Morning Announcements – Monday, Oct. 2, 2017

Grade 9 Band students interested who wish to play in the PEI Intermediate Honors Band this year need to sign up on the sheet on the bulletin board in the outer band room BEFORE the end of the day, Friday NEXT WEEK. Remember that if you put your name on the sheet you agree to be available the whole weekend of Jan 26, 27 and 28.  If you have questions, please speak to Mr. Nabuurs.

 

Mr. Nabuurs hopes to have all the prizes for the Band Magazine Campaign listed on the bulletin board in the band room.  The sheet to order your prizes off of the prize poster will be up next week.  The ice cream party will be later in October, The passes for the trampoline park will be passed out at the Ice Cream Party.

 

TRANSFER BUSES – Just a reminder to EWS students transferring at Bluefield, please be sure to travel on your assigned transfer bus.

 

Duke of Edinburgh – Reminder to pick up your health sheet and information sheet at the office. Complete these forms and return your health sheet to Mr. McKinnon by Wednesday. Duke bike trip is Oct. 11th & 12th.

 

Hockey Academy- All members of the academy are reminded that hockey pools are due this Thursday!!  Prize to be awarded for top seller.  If anyone needs more pools, please see Mr.Cusack.  If any students or staff would like to join, there is $1000 in prize money to be won!  Contact an academy member to join!!

 

Reminder that student fees are now due.  Please pass in your student information packages ASAP!!!!!

 

There will be an EWS Sing choir practice tomorrow (Tuesday) after school until 4pm in Ms. Campbell’s room.

 

Mrs. McKinley Curran’s class is organizing the annual “Drive Away Hunger” food drive and it is starting today. We are asking students, if possible, to try to donate one food item. All food donated will go to help out the Charlottetown food bank. The class that collects the most food in each grade level will win a prize! Last year we collected 1135 lbs of food to donate. GET COLLECTING!

ATHLETICS

Athletic Fees are past due.  Please make arrangements with Mr. MacAdam to have them paid as soon as possible as we have bills to pay for fall sports.

 

EWS Boys’ Volleyball team won the bronze medal at the ME Callaghan tournament on the weekend. It was a great team effort! Thomas Yeo won the hitting competition, offensive player of the tournament and All Star. Congratulations!

 

LEADERSHIP: Meet today at the beginning of 7th period.

 

Girls’ Soccer:

Monday, Oct. 2 – 3:30 EWS @ Queen Charlotte – Girls will be excused from last class to get ready and leave by taxi at the Grade 7 doors at 2:30

Tuesday, Oct. 3 – 4:00 EWS @ Stonepark – Girls will be excused at 2:45 to get ready and leave by taxi at the Grade 7 doors at 3:00.

Wednesday, Oct. 4 – 3:30 – 5:00 – Practice at the turf – Travel on bus #9 to the turf.

Thursday, Oct. 5 – No Practice

 

Boys’ Soccer:

Monday, Oct. 2 – 3:30 – 5:00 – Practice at the turf.  Travel on bus #7 to the turf.

Tuesday, Oct. 3 – 4:00 EWS @ Stonepark – Boys will be excused at 2:45 to get ready and leave by taxi at the Grade 7 doors at 3:00.

Wednesday, Oct. 4 – 3:30 – 5:00 – Practice at the turf.  Travel on bus #7 to the turf.

Thursday, Oct. 5 – 3:30 – 5:00 – Practice at the turf. Travel on bus #7 to the turf.

 

Field Hockey:

Monday, Oct. 2 – 3:30 – 5:00 – EWS vs. Stonepark @ UPEI Girls will be excused from last class to get ready and leave at 2:30.

Tuesday, Oct. 3 – 4:50 EWS vs. SIS – Girls will take bus 171 to the turf.

Wednesday, Oct. 4 – 4:00 EWS @ Montague Int. (Game at Montague High School)

Thursday, Oct. 5 – 3:35 EWS vs. Queen Charlotte – Take bus #171 to the turf.

 

Girls’ Volleyball:

Monday, Oct. 2 – 3:15 – 5:00 – Practice (Split gym)

Tuesday, Oct. 3 – 4:00 Queen Charlotte @ EWS

Wednesday, Oct. – 4:00 Stonepark @ EWS

Thursday, Oct. 5 – 4:00 EWS @ Birchwood.

 

Boys’ Volleyball:

Monday, Oct. 2 – 3:15 – 5:00 – Practice (Split gym)

Tuesday, Oct. 3 – 5:30 Queen Charlotte @ EWS

Wednesday, Oct. – 5:30 – 7:00 Practice (?)

Thursday, Oct. 5 – 5:30 EWS @ Birchwood.

 

INTRAMURALS: Outdoor Equipment sign-out.

 

Cross Country – There will be a short practice today after school 3:15 – 4:00 p.m. The Cross Country Meet is tomorrow, Tuesday, October 3rd @ 10:00am Charlottetown Rural.  The bus will be leaving shortly after O’Canada to transport EWS students to the Meet.

CAFETERIA – Chicken Tater Bowl, creamy mashed potatoes, chicken, gravy and corn $5.25

Burger Express with caesar salad $5.00

½ BLT wrap with dill pickle and pasta salad $4.50

The Inspire Award – The Public Schools Branch believes in celebrating the achievements of students, staff, and other valued members of our educational community.  We invite and encourage the PSB community to help us recognize individuals for the Inspire Award.  Nominating someone is simple – just take one or two minutes to complete an electronic nomination form on the PSB website at www.gov.pe.ca/edu/psb

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Morning Announcements – Friday, Sept. 29th, Day 5

TERRY FOX FACTS: During his Marathon of Hope, Terry said, “I just wish people would realize that anything’s possible if you try; dreams are made possible if you try.”

 

EWS Terry Fox Run/Walk: This school-wide event is scheduled to take place today during last period. Students are asked to go back to their homeroom class for 7th period and wait to be called from there. Staff and students are encouraged to donate “Toonies for Terry” or any donation will be acceptable. Let’s show our EWS Warrior spirit in the fight to cure cancer! Please give Terry Fox donations to your homeroom teacher and send to the office this morning.

Orange Shirt Day occurs on the last day of September (this year September 29th as the 30th falls on a Saturday). September 30th has been declared Orange Shirt Day annually, in recognition of the harm the residential school system did to children’s sense of self-esteem and well being, and as an affirmation of our commitment to ensure that everyone around us matters.

Grade 9 Band students interested who wish to play in the PEI Intermediate Honors Band this year need to sign up on the sheet on the bulletin board in the outer band room BEFORE the end of the day, Friday NEXT WEEK. Remember that if you put your name on the sheet you agree to be available the whole weekend of Jan 26, 27 and 28.  If you have questions, please speak to Mr. Nabuurs.

 

Mr. Nabuurs hopes to have all the prizes for the Band Magazine Campaign listed on the bulletin board in the band room.  The sheet to order your prizes off of the prize poster will be up next week.  The ice cream party will be later in Ocotber, The passes for the trampoline park will be passed out at the Ice Cream Party.

 

Reminder to Duke of Edinburgh participants – There will be a meeting during the first part of Period 3 today in the cafeteria extension.

 

TRANSFER BUSES – Just a reminder to EWS students transferring at Bluefield, please be sure to travel on your assigned transfer bus.

 

Reminder that student fees are now due.  Please pass in your student information packages ASAP!!!!!

 

Mrs. McKinley Curran’s class is organizing the annual “Drive Away Hunger” food drive and it is starting today. We are asking students, if possible, to try to donate one food item. All food donated will go to help out the Charlottetown food bank. The class that collects the most food in each grade level will win a prize! Last year we collected 1135 lbs of food to donate. GET COLLECTING!

ATHLETICS

Athletic Fees are past due.  Please make arrangements with Mr. MacAdam to have them paid as soon as possible as we have bills to pay for fall sports.

 

Girl’s Soccer:  The girls’ soccer team won their first game of the season last night with a 4-0 win over Queen Charlotte.  Scoring for the Warriors were Lexi Kowalchuk, Jaden Grant, Jillian Sanford, and Carly Thompson.  The Girls play Queen Charlotte on Monday at 4:00 at Queen Charlotte.  They will take taxis to the game.

 

Boy’s Soccer:  No Practice today

 

Girls AA Volleyball team lost a tough match to Queen Charlotte yesterday. Both teams will be playing after school today from 4-6 p.m.

 

Attention Golf Team Members: All boys are going to eat during the first lunch with departure from EWS at noon. Girls will leave at 1:00 p.m. Good luck to everyone at the Zone Qualifier.

Cross Country – Meet on Tuesday, October 3rd @ 10:00am Charlottetown Rural.  Any fall sport athletes who would like to participate please see Ms. Doyle-Hogan or Mr. Rogerson.

FIELD HOCKEY – The girls won 6-1 versus Birchwood yesterday. Leading the way was Maria McLane who had a hatrick. Also scoring were Lexi Buote, Sarah Peters, and Jenaya Ross. There is no practice today. Practice Monday.

 

INTRAMURALS: Free-play Badminton. Sign up to play – you must be changed with indoor sneakers.

 

Mr. MacCallum’s basketball club for girls grade 7, 8, and 9, will be Saturday ONLY 10:00 a.m. – 12:00. All welcome!

 

CAFETERIA – Spaghetti with turkey meatball, sauce, side caesar salad $5.25

Garlic wedge, caesar salad & icy juice cup $5.00

Chicken salad sandwich & chicken noodle soup $4.50

The Inspire Award – The Public Schools Branch believes in celebrating the achievements of students, staff, and other valued members of our educational community.  We invite and encourage the PSB community to help us recognize individuals for the Inspire Award.  Nominating someone is simple – just take one or two minutes to complete an electronic nomination form on the PSB website at www.gov.pe.ca/edu/psb

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Thursday, September 28, 2017 Day 4

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, September 28th, 2017 Day 4

 TERRY FOX FACTS: During his Marathon of Hope, Terry said, “I could not leave [the cancer ward] knowing these faces and feelings would still exist, even though I would be set free from mine. I was determined to take myself to the limit for this cause. I want to set an example that will never be forgotten.”

 EWS Terry Fox Run/Walk: This school-wide event is scheduled to take place tomorrow during last period. Staff and students are encouraged to donate “Toonies for Terry” or any donation will be acceptable. Let’s show our EWS Warrior spirit in the fight to cure cancer!

Band students who forgot paper subscriptions home yesterday MUST get them in today please. Students who did not get their prizes for on line subscriptions are asked to see Mr. Nabuurs in the band room at lunch time THURSDAY.  All magazine prizes will be posted by lunch time on Friday.

 Jazz Band students please tell the teacher of the class you are missing today at lunch that you are in jazz band. Do that before the end of break this morning please. You may go to lunch at the beginning of first lunch. Please be in the band room ready to play by 12:00 noon.

 TRANSFER BUSES – Just a reminder to EWS students transferring at Bluefield, please be sure to travel on your assigned transfer bus.

 Reminder that student fees are now due.  Please get in your student information packages ASAP!!!!!

Mrs. McKinley Curran’s class is organizing the annual “Drive Away Hunger” food drive and it is starting today. We are asking students, if possible, to try to donate one food item. All food donated will go to help out the Charlottetown food bank. The class that collects the most food in each grade level will win a prize! Last year we collected 1135 lbs of food to donate. GET COLLECTING!

Golf team will be meeting in Mr. Ward’s room today at 1:10pm for a brief meeting

 Cross Country – Field trip to Robinson’s Island.  The bus will leave at 12:15pm and will be back at 2:30pm.

Cross Country – Meet on Tuesday, October 3rd @ 10:00am Charlottetown Rural.  Any Fall sport athletes that would like to participate please see Ms. Doyle-Hogan or Mr. Rogerson.

No Cross Country running practice today.

2017/18 Yearbook Committee – Please meet in Mr. Martin’s office at the start of period 4 (short meeting).

ATHLETICS

FIELD HOCKEY – Lost 1-0 to Stonepark yesterday. The girls have another game today versus Birchwood. Players are asked to please dismiss at 2:30 pm.

 INTRAMURALS: Free-play Badminton. Sign up to play – you must be changed with indoor sneakers.

 CAFETERIA – Teriyaki chicken served with rice and hot vegetables $5.25

Baked chicken nuggets with baked potato wedges and juice $5.00

½ turkey and cheddar wrap with homemade soup of the day $4.50

 The Inspire Award – The Public Schools Branch believes in celebrating the achievements of students, staff, and other valued members of our educational community.  We invite and encourage the PSB community to help us recognize individuals for the Inspire Award.  Nominating someone is simple – just take one or two minutes to complete an electronic nomination form on the PSB website at www.gov.pe.ca/edu/psb

 Just a reminder that every year Orange Shirt Day occurs on the last day of September (this year September 29th as the 30th falls on a Saturday). September 30th has been declared Orange Shirt Day annually, in recognition of the harm the residential school system did to children’s sense of self-esteem and well being, and as an affirmation of our commitment to ensure that everyone around us matters.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Wednesday, September 27, 2017 Day 3

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, September 27th, 2017 Day 3

 TERRY FOX FACTS: On April 12, 1980, Terry dips his artificial leg into the Atlantic Ocean in St. John’s, Nfld to begin his odyssey. He runs an average of 42 kilometres a day (equivalent to a marathon a day) through six provinces.

After 143 days and 5,373 kilometres Terry stopped running outside of Thunder Bay, Ontario; his primary cancer had spread to his lungs. Before returning to BC for treatment Terry said, “I’m gonna do my very best. I’ll fight. I promise I won’t give up.”

 EWS Terry Fox Run/Walk: This school-wide event is scheduled to take place Friday, September 29th during last period. Staff and students are encouraged to donate “Toonies for Terry” or any donation will be acceptable. Let’s show our EWS Warrior spirit in the fight to cure cancer!

  Band students who forgot paper subscriptions home yesterday MUST get them in today please. Students who did not get their prizes for on line subscriptions are asked to see Mr. Nabuurs in the band room at lunch time THURSDAY.  All magazine prizes will be posted by lunch time on Friday.

 Jazz Band students please tell the teacher of the class you are missing today at lunch that you are in jazz band. Do that before the end of break this morning please. You may go to lunch at the beginning of first lunch. Please be in the band room ready to play by 12:00 noon.

 Reminder that student fees are now due.  Please get in your student information packages ASAP!!!!!

 Mrs. McKinley Curran’s class is organizing the annual “Drive Away Hunger” food drive. We are asking students, if possible, to try to donate one food item. All food donated will go to help out the Charlottetown food bank. The class that collects the most food in each grade level will win a prize! Last year we collected 1135 lbs of food to donate. GET COLLECTING!

Peerhelpers – Will be out of school today to attend Leadership training.  Please remember your permission form.

Cross Country – The team trip to Brackley will be this Thursday leaving at 12:30pm.  Cost will be $3.00.

Hockey Academy today for grade 8 & 9 leaving at 1:45pm.  Arrange to have any work you may have missed.

2017/18 Yearbook Committee

MacKenzie Thompson
Ava Menard
Emma Ledgerwood
Marin Arsenault
Mariah Buchanan
Oliver Batchilder
Alyssa MacKinnon
Emily Shkrabuik
Renée Arsenault
Faith Shaw

ATHLETICS

 Field Hockey – Players are asked to please dismiss at 2:30 pm and be prepared to take a bus to the turf at 2:40 pm. Good luck to the girls in their game versus Stonepark.

 INTRAMURALS: Free-play Badminton. Sign up to play – you must be changed with indoor sneakers.

 Girls AA Volleyball – Congratulations to the girls on a close win 3-1 over Birchwood. Practice today 4:45-6:30pm both school team and training team.

CAFETERIA – Pasta bake served with caesar salad and garlic breadstick $5.25

3 cheese pizza slice served with caesar salad and ice juice cup $5.00

½ ham and cheddar wrap with side pasta salad $4.50

The Inspire Award – The Public Schools Branch believes in celebrating the achievements of students, staff, and other valued members of our educational community.  We invite and encourage the PSB community to help us recognize individuals for the Inspire Award.  Nominating someone is simple – just take one or two minutes to complete an electronic nomination form on the PSB website at http://www.gov.pe.ca/edu/psb/ 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Tuesday, September 26th, 2017 Day 2

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, September 26th, 2017 Day 2

 TERRY FOX FACTS: When Terry was 19 years old, he discovers he has a malignant tumour in his right leg; the leg is amputated six inches above the knee. The night before his amputation he reads about an amputee runner and dreams of running. A year later, he begins training for his Marathon of Hope, a cross-Canada run to raise money for cancer research. Terry writes to the Canadian Cancer Society to support his run: “I’m not a dreamer, and I’m not saying this will initiate any kind of definitive answer or cure to cancer, but I believe in miracles. I have to.”

 EWS Terry Fox Run/Walk: This school-wide event is scheduled to take place Friday, September 29th during last period. Staff and students are encouraged to donate “Toonies for Terry” or any donation will be acceptable. Let’s show our EWS Warrior spirit in the fight to cure cancer!

 EAST WILTSHIRE SCHOOL IS PEANUT AND NUT FREE – PLEASE REFRAIN FROM SENDING ANY PEANUT OR NUT PRODUCTS WITH YOUR CHILDREN FOR LUNCH.  WE HAVE SEVERAL STUDENTS AT THE SCHOOL WITH SEVERE ALLERGIES.

 ****REMINDER ALL BUS NOTES ARE TO BE PASSED TO THE OFFICE IN THE MORNING BY FIRST BREAK AND SHOULD HAVE FIRST AND LAST NAME, WHERE YOU ARE GOING AND WHAT BUS NUMBER*****

 Reminder that student fees are now due.  Please get in your student information packages ASAP!!!!!

 Mrs. McKinley Curran’s class is organizing the annual “Drive Away Hunger” food drive and it is starting today. We are asking students, if possible, to try to donate one food item. All food donated will go to help out the Charlottetown food bank. The class that collects the most food in each grade level will win a prize! Last year we collected 1135 lbs of food to donate. GET COLLECTING!

EWS Sing choir will take place today after school until 4pm, in Ms. Campbell’s room in the grade 8 wing. 

 Peerhelpers – Will be out of school this Wednesday to attend Leadership training.  Please remember your permission form.

Cross Country – Reminder of Cross Country Running practice today.  The team trip to Brackley will be this Thursday leaving at 12:30pm.  Cost will be $3.00.

Hockey Academy Meeting period 6 – cafeteria for grade 7, 8 & 9 members.

Any athletes playing fall sports wanting to take part in the Cross Country Running meet next Tuesday, October 3rd, please let Mrs. Doyle-Hogan or Mr. Rogerson know ASAP! Thanks!

2017/18 Yearbook Committee

MacKenzie Thompson
Ava Menard
Emma Ledgerwood
Marin Arsenault
Mariah Buchanan
Oliver Batchilder
Alyssa MacKinnon
Emily Shkrabuik
Renée Arsenault
Faith Shaw

ATHLETICS

 4:00 Boys Soccer vs. Queen Charlotte Turf take bus #7

4:00 Girls Volleyball vs.Birchwood at EWS

5:30 Boys Volleyball @ Summerside Intermediate

Girls Soccer – No practice today – Tomorrow practice at the turf until 5:00pm

Girls Field Hockey practice here at EWS 3:30 – 5:00pm

  CAFETERIA – Soft spicy chicken taco served with Mexican rice $5.25

Taco baked potato with side garden salad and 200ml juice $5.00

Egg salad sandwich with homemade soup of the day $4.50

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Monday, September 25th, 2017 Day 1

UPDATE: Boys’ Soccer Practice today 3:30 – 5:00 at the Turf field.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, September 25th, 2017 Day 1

 TERRY FOX FACTS: When Terry was 19 years old, he discovers he has a malignant tumour in his right leg; the leg is amputated six inches above the knee. The night before his amputation he reads about an amputee runner and dreams of running. A year later, he begins training for his Marathon of Hope, a cross-Canada run to raise money for cancer research. Terry writes to the Canadian Cancer Society to support his run: “I’m not a dreamer, and I’m not saying this will initiate any kind of definitive answer or cure to cancer, but I believe in miracles. I have to.”

 EWS Terry Fox Run/Walk: This school-wide event is scheduled to take place Friday, September 29th during last period. Staff and students are encouraged to donate “Toonies for Terry” or any donation will be acceptable. Let’s show our EWS Warrior spirit in the fight to cure cancer!

EAST WILTSHIRE SCHOOL IS PEANUT AND NUT FREE – PLEASE REFRAIN FROM SENDING ANY PEANUT OR NUT PRODUCTS WITH YOUR CHILDREN FOR LUNCH.  WE HAVE SEVERAL STUDENTS AT THE SCHOOL WITH SEVERE ALLERGIES.

 ****REMINDER ALL BUS NOTES ARE TO BE PASSED TO THE OFFICE IN THE MORNING BY FIRST BREAK AND SHOULD HAVE FIRST AND LAST NAME, WHERE YOU ARE GOING AND WHAT BUS NUMBER*****

 Reminder that student fees are now due.  Please get in your student information packages ASAP!!!

MEMO FROM PUBLIC SCHOOLS BRANCH  – East Wiltshire Students who travel on buses from Westwood and Eliot River (starting tomorrow)  will be picked up 10 minutes earlier so they can arrive at Bluefield at 8:10 am in the morning.

 Mrs. McKinley Curran’s class is organizing the annual “Drive Away Hunger” food drive and it is starting today. We are asking students, if possible, to try to donate one food item. All food donated will go to help out the Charlottetown food bank. The class that collects the most food in each grade level will win a prize! Last year we collected 1135 lbs of food to donate. GET COLLECTING!

The EWS Sing Choir – will practice Tuesday after school until 4pm. If you can not attend, or would like to join, please see Ms. Campbell either today or tomorrow. 

 Peerhelpers – Will be out of school this Wednesday to attend Leadership training.  Please remember your permission form.

Cross Country – Reminder of Cross Country Running practice today.  The team trip to Brackley will be this Thursday leaving at 12:30pm.  Cost will be $3.00.

Any athletes playing fall sports wanting to take part in the Cross Country Running meet next Tuesday, October 3rd, please let Mrs. Doyle-Hogan or Mr. Rogerson know ASAP! Thanks!

Young Farmers – Any students interested in being part of The Young Farmers Group, please meet in Mr. MacCallum’s office at break this morning.

Golfers trying out today are to meet in the Games Room at 12:45pm.  Questions, see Mr. Casey.

 Yearbook – Thank you to all the students who passed in an application.  We will be reading them over the next few days.  The successful candidates will be announced on Tuesday, September 26th.

 ATHLETICS

 Our EWS Warriors finished in 6th place out of 12 teams in the 41st annual ME Callaghan Girls Volleyball Classic over the weekend. Jenna O’Neill won the tournament’s ‘Best Offensive Player’ award, and Lilly Wood, Marlie Tremere, Grace MacKinnon and Elesea Glenn won player of the match awards.”

Practice today from 3:15 to 4:45pm.

Home Game Tuesday 4:00pm vs Birchwood

Girls Volleyball Training Team

Practice today from 4:45 to 6:30pm

FIELD HOCKEY – Practice today at the turf, 3:30-5:00 pm. Players, please be excused at 2:55 pm and take Bus #171 at dismissal.

 INTRAMURALS: Outdoor Equipment sign-out.

  CAFETERIA – Sweet and sour meatballs served with rice and corn $5.25

Burger express served with side caesar salad $5.00

½ BLT wrap will dill pickle pasta salad $4.50

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Friday, September 22, 2017 Day 6

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, September 22nd, 2017 Day 6

 EAST WILTSHIRE SCHOOL IS PEANUT AND NUT FREE  – PLEASE REFRAIN FROM SENDING ANY PEANUT OR NUT PRODUCTS WITH YOUR CHILDREN FOR LUNCH.  WE HAVE SEVERAL STUDENTS AT THE SCHOOL WITH SEVERE ALLERGIES.

 ****REMINDER ALL BUS NOTES ARE TO BE PASSED TO THE OFFICE IN THE MORNING BY FIRST BREAK AND SHOULD HAVE FIRST AND LAST NAME, WHERE YOU ARE GOING AND WHAT BUS NUMBER*****

 Cavendish Fry Wagon is back this Friday! Get your fries for $2.50 or fries and pop for $4. Proceeds go toward French Club.

 Reminder that student fees are now due.  Please get in your student information packages ASAP!!!!!

 The band magazine campaign will continue for one more week. Our final collection day is next Tuesday. Currently we have sold a little under $10,000 worth of magazines which means about $3000 profit for the band.  We’re hoping to make $10,000 profit so we have a long way to go yet. If you need more subscription forms or catalogues, see Mr. Nabuurs today.

 Reminder for Peer Helpers – Please pass in your permission form for Canoe Cove.

 Separation/Divorce Group – Any student wanting support/assistance in dealing with parents separating/divorce are welcome to join.  The group will begin next Wednesday, September 27th from 2:00-3:00pm for 12 weeks.  Please see Ms. Doyle-Hogan or Mr. Mitchell ASAP.  Thanks.

 Mrs. McKinley Curran’s class is organizing the annual “Drive Away Hunger” food drive and it is starting today. We are asking students, if possible, to try to donate one food item. All food donated will go to help out the Charlottetown food bank. The class that collects the most food in each grade level will win a prize! Last year we collected 1135 lbs of food to donate. GET COLLECTING!

Yearbook – Thank you to all the students who passed in an application.  We will be reading them over the next few days.  The successful candidates will be announced on Tuesday, September 26th.

 Bake Sale! Come support the U13 RC United Girls Soccer Team going to Newfoundland by coming to their bake sale on Friday late lunch. Everything $1.00 or less!

 The New Card Gamers Club – Will meet in the cafeteria extension at lunch on days 5 & 6.

 Girls Basketball – Everyone welcome!!!! Girls Basketball will be held this Saturday only this week from 10:00am – 12:00.  If you have your own basketball, please bring it with you.  This is not a school team.

ATHLETICS

 FIELD HOCKEY – The girls capped off their first week with a 2-0 win over Summerside.  Goal scorers were Jenaya Ross and Maria McLane, shut out by Madison Thompson.  Next practice will be Monday at 3:30. Reminder that Saturday’s game is cancelled.

 EWS Terry Fox Run/Walk: This school-wide event is scheduled to take place Friday, September 29th during last period. Staff and students are encouraged to donate “Toonies for Terry” or any donation will be acceptable. Let’s show our EWS Warrior spirit in the fight to cure cancer!

 INTRAMURALS: Outdoor Equipment sign-out.

 CAFETERIA – Chicken stir fry served on Cantonese noodles $5.25

Garlic wedge with side salad and icee juice cup $5.00

Chicken salad sandwich with homemade soup of the day $4.50

KZ Skating School:

New to the APM Centre, is the KZ Skating School, offering skating lessons in a group format for children age 5 years and up. Two programs will be offered, Learn to Skate and Hockey Skills program. For more information, go to www.k-intelligent.com or email tony@k-intelligent.com . Registration will be accepted on September 21 – 5:00-7:00 at APM Centre, on line or at the office at Room 301, 119 Great George Street between 9:30 to 2:30 call 902 316 1160.

Learn to skate, is for skaters who want to learn to skate, improve their skating skills and advance into the sport of figure skating. Kim Duffy, a national certified coach, will be the lead instructor along with trained skating instructors. The program will focus on fun, participation and basic skill development. All skaters must wear a CSA-approved hockey helmet, mitts and skates. Volunteers would be greatly appreciated.

Hockey Skills, is for players who want to improve their ability to play the game of Hockey or Ringette. The Head instructor is Gerry Lanigan, an experienced Hockey coach, who has developed the Hockey/Skills program and will have coaches and players helping him with the on-ice activities. The program will focus on Skill development, game strategies in a fun and positive environment. Full gear is mandatory.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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