Wednesday, October 10, 2018 Day 5

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, October 10, 2018 Day 5

 CAVENDISH FRY WAGON RETURNS!  Come and buy your fries for $2.50 or fries and a pop for $4.00 today during both lunches, and support your EWS French Club.

 NO EAL classes this afternoon.

 NO JAZZ BAND TODAY.

 DUKE OF EDINBURGH STUDENTS – Are away on their trip today & tomorrow.

 E.W.S WRESTLING PROGRAM 

No wrestling this week.

HOCKEY ACADEMY – Grade 7 members go to Synergy Fitness @ 2:00pm today.  Pick up at Synergy after 3:30pm.  Bring gym clothes, water bottle and get work from classes missed.

 ATHLETICS

 Wednesday, October 10

12:00 – Provincial Golf Championships – Eagles Glen Golf Course

3:30 – 5:00 – Boy’s Soccer Practice – TFC – Bus 171

4:45 – 6:30 –  Girl’s Volleyball Practice – EWS

3:30 – 4:45 – Boy’s Volleyball Practice – EWS

 Thursday, October 11

3:30- 5:00 –  Girl’s Field Hockey – Practice – EWS

3:30 – 5:00 – Boy’s Soccer – Practice – TFC – Bus 171

3:30 – 5:00 – Girl’s Soccer Practice – EWS

3:30 – 4:45 – Boy’s Volleyball Practice – EWS

4:45 – 6:30 –  Girl’s Volleyball Practice – EWS

 

Friday, October 12

3:30 – 5:00 – Girl’s Volleyball Practice – EWS

4:15 – Boy’s Soccer vs. Mount Academy – TFC – Bus 171

4:15 – Girl’s Soccer vs. Stonepark – EWS

 INTRAMURALS: Dodgeball Derby schedule for today:

11:45 – Bell  vs  Rogerson

12:05 – Perry 1  vs  St.Coeur 2

12:32 –  Carragher/MacNeil  vs Campbell

 

“EWS Golf Team: The golf team will advance to provincials at Eagles Glenn Golf Course today; tee times starting at 12:30pm.

 BASKETBALL – for any girls who would like to play on Saturday from 9:30-11:00am in the school gym. This is not the school team.

 CAFETERIA

Chicken Fettucine alfredo with whole wheat breadstick & side Caesar salad $5.25

3 cheese pizza slice served with Caesar salad and ICEE juice cup $5.00

½ Ham & cheddar wrap with side pasta salad $4.50

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Tuesday, October 9th, 2018 Day 4

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, October 9, 2018 Day 4

 CAVENDISH FRY WAGON RETURNS!  Come and buy your fries for $2.50 or fries and a pop for $4.00 tomorrow during both lunches, and support your EWS French Club.

 DUKE OF EDINBURGH STUDENTS – Anyone who has not been assigned at task or room please see Mr. McKinnon or Mr. Galaise at noon today!!!

 

E.W.S BOXING PROGRAM

The club will be held today 3:15 – 4:30pm. 

 E.W.S WRESTLING PROGRAM 

No wrestling this week.

 HOCKEY ACADEMY – Grade 7 members go to Synergy Fitness @ 2:00pm tomorrow.  Pick up at Synergy after 3:30pm.  Bring gym clothes, water bottle and get work from classes missed.

ATHLETICS

 Tuesday, October 9

3:35 – Girl’s Field Hockey vs. Queen Charlotte TFC 

4:15 – Girl’s Soccer @ Queen Charlotte – Taxis

4:00 – Boy’s Volleyball vs. Queen Charlotte – EWS

5:30 – Girl’s Volleyball vs Queen Charlotte – EWS

4:15 – Boy’s Soccer vs. Birchwood – TFC – Bus 171

Wednesday, October 10

12:00 – Provincial Golf Championships – Eagles Glen Golf Course

3:30 – 5:00 – Boy’s Soccer Practice – TFC – Bus 171

4:45 – 6:30 –  Girl’s Volleyball Practice – EWS

3:30 – 4:45 – Boy’s Volleyball Practice – EWS

 Thursday, October 11

3:30- 5:00 –  Girl’s Field Hockey – Practice – EWS

3:30 – 5:00 – Boy’s Soccer – Practice – TFC – Bus 171

3:30 – 5:00 – Girl’s Soccer Practice – EWS

3:30 – 4:45 – Boy’s Volleyball Practice – EWS

4:45 – 6:30 –  Girl’s Volleyball Practice – EWS

 Friday, October 12

3:30 – 5:00 – Girl’s Volleyball Practice – EWS

4:15 – Boy’s Soccer vs. Mount Academy – TFC – Bus 171

4:15 – Girl’s Soccer vs. Stonepark – EWS

4:00 –   Boy’s Baseball vs Queen Charlotte at Central Field

 INTRAMURALS: Dodgeball Derby begins today!

11:45 

Woodford vs Read   

Tremere  vs  Galaise

12:05

Scully  vs Keough MacDonald

Broussard  vs  Cusack

12:35

MacKinley Curran  vs  Duffy

12:52

Currie  vs  Power

Casey  vs  Deveau

  “EWS Golf Team: The golf team will advance to provincials at Eagles Glenn Golf Course on October 10th; tee times starting at 12:30pm.

Boys Volleyball team won the Dalhousie tournament this weekend in Halifax.  Tournament MVP was Jackson Sherren and all-star was Caden Dawson.  Congrats Boys.

CROSS COUNTRY RUNNING – Practice today.

 Anyone wishing to participate in a 8 week support group for children of separated/divorced parents or guardians please see Mrs. Doyle-Hogan or Mr. Mitchell, school counsellors.

 BASKETBALL – for any girls who would like to play on Saturday from 9:30-11:00am in the school gym. This is not the school team.

 CAFETERIA

2 Soft beef tacos served with Mexican rice & corn $5.25

½ Buffalo chicken flat bread served with side Caesar salad and juice $5.00

Egg salad sandwich with homemade soup of the day $4.50

 

 

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Friday, October 5, 2018 Day 3

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, October 5, 2018 Day 3

 YEARBOOK – Reminder to grade 9 students that today is the last day to submit your baby pictures to your homeroom teacher.  You can also submit a digital image at ewsyearbook@gmail.com

E.W.S BOXING PROGRAM

The club will be held next Tuesday.  Mr. Galaise will speak with those selected.

 E.W.S WRESTLING PROGRAM 

We are hoping to recruit some new athletes.  Come and try wrestling.  Our school’s wrestling program has been the most successful in the Province thanks to our student’s participation and commitment. The program is designed to suit wrestlers with different levels of ability, fitness, and motor skill proficiency. Wrestling is fun, and it can help you develop a great musculature quickly. Our program helps built self-confidence and is guaranteed to help you improve your fundamental movement patterns. Wrestlers become complete athletes. Come and try wrestling! Discover your potential! See Mr. Galaise for a participation form, this must be filled out before trying out. Club will run once a week until December and twice a week after New Year. Sessions will run from 3:15pm to 4:30pm. Wrestling will go on Wednesday this week.

 ATHLETICS

 ** Students planning to try out for teams are reminded to have forms filled out and pass them in to coaches at the first practice.

Friday, October 5

Boy’s and Girl’s Volleyball @ Dalhousie Tournament

 Saturday, September 29

Boy’s and Girl’s Volleyball @ Dalhousie Tournament

 TERRY FOX WALK/RUN: TODAY during 7th Period. Donations can still be turned into the main office.

 FIELD HOCKEY: Defeated Birchwood 5-0 yesterday. Scoring for EWS were Sarah MacEachern (2), Payton Kelly, Keera Vos, and Lexi Buote. Georgia Mallett had the shut out. The girls next play on Tuesday, October 9th versus QC at the TFC.

 INTRAMURAL LEADERSHIP STUDENTS: The list is posted outside of the office.

 DODGEBALL DERBY: Homeroom classes have all received sign-up sheets for our annual “Homeroom Dodgeball Derby”. Please return to Ms. Sanderson today.

   “EWS Golf Team: The golf team will advance to provincials at Eagles Glenn Golf Course on October 10th; tee times starting at 12:30pm. The boys and girls will have a meeting in the near future to discuss transportation and expenses.”

CROSS COUNTRY RUNNING – Practice will resume next Tuesday, October 9th.

 Anyone wishing to participate in a 8 week support group for children of separated/divorced parents or guardians please see Mrs. Doyle-Hogan or Mr. Mitchell, school counsellors.

 BASKETBALL – NO BASKETBALL THIS SATURDAY – for any girls who would like to play on Saturday from 9:30-11:00am in the school gym. This is not the school team.

 CAFETERIA

Honey Garlic Baked Pork served with local mashed potato & Veg $5.25

Ham & Cheese breakfast sandwich served with side of fruit salad & juice $5.00

Chicken salad sandwich with homemade soup of the day $4.50

   50/50 today is a TRIPLE JACKPOT TODAY!!! DRAW WILL BE AT EARLY LUNCH TODAY.

 

 

 

 

 

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Thursday, October 4th, 2018 Day 2

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, October 4, 2018 Day 2

LIVE DIFFERENT “KINDNESS CHANGES EVERYTHING”

SCHOOL WIDE ASSEMBLY THIS MORNING

 

WELCOME TO THE FOLLOWING STUDENT TEACHERS TO EAST WILTSHIRE SCHOOL FOR THEIR OCTOBER PRACTICUM:

Yanyah Li – Mr. Cusack

Madeline Campbell – Ryan Casey

Kaitlyn Gallaway – Ms. St. Coeur

Hannah Roberts – Ms. Campbell

Sydney Foy – Ms.Bell

 YEARBOOK – Reminder to grade 9 students that tomorrow is the last day to submit your baby pictures to your homeroom teacher.  You can also submit a digital image at ewsyearbook@gmail.com

  DUKE OF EDINBURGH – Bike safety (mandatory) Thursday @ 1:30pm Cafeteria extension.

  E.W.S BOXING PROGRAM

Interested in increasing your strength, endurance, and cardio? Want to improve your fundamental movement patterns and overall motor-skill proficiency? Want to learn a new sport?  If this sounds interesting, you might want to come and tryout for the EWS boxing training club.  Tryouts will take place TODAY and permission forms must be submitted before trying out.  Once a team is selected. Training sessions will consist of cardio training, footwork, calisthenics, shadow boxing, bag work, pad work, core strength training,  light sparring with coach (if and only if the athlete is ready). Sessions will be offered twice weekly. Schedule will be determine with the selected athletes.  The advantages of participating in the program are clear. You will learn self-defense, built confidence, be physically fit, learn discipline, and improve your athleticism and “coach-ability”.  Students will be expected to conduct themselves in an exemplary manner at all times. Either during sessions or when out and about in the community.  There will be a small cost associated with participation in this program. Fees will be announced during tryouts.  If interested or want more information please speak to (or contact)  Mr. Galaise.

E.W.S WRESTLING PROGRAM 

We are hoping to recruit some new athletes.  Come and try wrestling.  Our school’s wrestling program has been the most successful in the Province thanks to our student’s participation and commitment. The program is designed to suit wrestlers with different levels of ability, fitness, and motor skill proficiency.  Wrestling is fun, and it can help you develop a great musculature quickly. Our program helps built self-confidence and is guaranteed to help you improve your fundamental movement patterns.  Wrestlers become complete athletes. Come and try wrestling! Discover your potential!    See Mr. Galaise for a participation form, this must be filled out before trying out.  Club will run once a week until December and twice a week after New Year. Sessions will typically be held on Monday or Tuesday weekly.  Sessions will run from 3:15pm to 4:30pm. 

HOCKEY ACADEMY – Grade 8 & 9 to the APM Centre today @ 1:45pm.  Make sure to see your teachers for any work missed!!

 ATHLETICS

 ** Students planning to try out for teams are reminded to have forms filled out and pass them in to coaches at the first practice.

Thursday, October 4

3:35 – Girl’s Field Hockey – Birchwood @ EWS – TFC

4:00  Girl’s Volleyball – EWS vs. Stonepark – EWS

5:30  Boy’s Volleyball – EWS vs. M. E. Callaghan – EWS

3:30 – 5:00 – Boy’s Soccer – Practice at turf

3:30 – 5:00  Girl’s Soccer Practice – EWS

4:30 – Boy’s Baseball vs Birchwood – TFC – Bus 171

 Friday, October 5

Boy’s and Girl’s Volleyball @ Dalhousie Tournament

 Saturday, September 29

Boy’s and Girl’s Volleyball @ Dalhousie Tournament

 TERRY FOX WALK/RUN: Will take place tomorrow during 7th Period. Donations can still be turned into the main office.

 FIELD HOCKEY: Game today at the turf versus Birchwood at 3:35 pm. Please be prepared to take the hockey academy bus @ 1:45pm.

 INTRAMURAL LEADERSHIP STUDENTS: The list is posted outside of the office.

 

INTRAMURALS: Outdoor Free-play.

 

DODGEBALL DERBY: Homeroom classes have all received sign-up sheets for our annual “Homeroom Dodgeball Derby”. Please return to Ms. Sanderson today.

  “EWS Golf Team: The golf team will advance to provincials at Eagles Glenn Golf Course on October 10th; tee times starting at 12:30pm. The boys and girls will have a meeting in the near future to discuss transportation and expenses.”

CROSS COUNTRY RUNNING –***Reminder*** of our trip to Robinson’s Island for all runners TODAY .  Bus will be leaving the school at 12:30 and returning by 3:00pm.  Practice will resume next Tuesday, October 9th.

 Anyone wishing to participate in a 8 week support group for children of separated/divorced parents or guardians please see Mrs. Doyle-Hogan or Mr. Mitchell, school counsellors.

 BASKETBALL – There will be basketball for any girls who would like to play on Saturday from 9:30-11:00am in the school gym. This is not the school team.

 CAFETERIA

Teriyaki chicken served with rice and hot vegetables $5.25

Baked chicken nuggets with baked potato wedges & juice $5.00

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

 

 

 COMMUNITY

 Town of Cornwall Drop-In Centre – Monday, Wednesday & Friday 2:30-6:00pm, Tuesday & Thursday 2:30-8:00pm.  For information see the website www.cornwallpe.ca or Kara Acorn(youth worker) program@cornwallpe.ca 

 The Canadian Ski Patrol (CSP) in Prince Edward Island is interested in recruiting new members to join its efforts to promote safety and injury prevention while providing the highest possible standards of education, certification and delivery in first aid and rescue services to the snow industry.  Training for the upcoming ski season begins this fall with an  information session taking place on Wednesday, October 3 at 7pm at both Queen Charlotte Intermediate School in Charlottetown, and Credit Union Place in Summerside. Anyone looking for more information can contact Craig Taggart at 902-393-5333 or by email at crtaggart@eastlink.ca.

 

 

 

 

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Wednesday, October 3, 2018 Day 1

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, October 3, 2018 Day 1

LIVE DIFFERENT “KINDNESS CHANGES EVERYTHING”

SCHOOL WIDE ASSEMBLY ON THURSDAY 1st PERIOD

 FOOD DRIVE CHALLENGE TO HELP OTHERS:

Ms. Mackinley Curran’s class is once again organizing a school wide food drive in support of Farm Credit Canada’s, “Drive Away Hunger”. Last year our school collected 980 lbs of food to donate to local food banks!!!! If possible, students are asked to bring in 1 non-perishable food item to donate. Students from my homeroom will collect donated food twice per week from classrooms and record the number of items each homeroom brings in. The class in each grade that collects the most food during the week long collection will win a class ice cream prize. GET COLLECTING! 

 

DUKE OF EDINBURGH – Bike safety (mandatory) Thursday @ 1:30pm Cafeteria extension.

 PEER HELPING MEETING – Today at the beginning of 2nd period in Ms. Doyle-Hogan’s office.

 YEARBOOK –  Could all members of the yearbook committee please meet in Ms. Tremere-Phelan’s classroom (904) during 6th period today. Please make sure to ask your teacher’s permission before attending the meeting.

  E.W.S BOXING PROGRAM

Interested in increasing your strength, endurance, and cardio? Want to improve your fundamental movement patterns and overall motor-skill proficiency? Want to learn a new sport?

If this sounds interesting, you might want to come and tryout for the EWS boxing training club.  Tryouts will take place TODAY and permission forms must be submitted before trying out. Once a team is selected. Training sessions will consist of cardio training, footwork, calisthenics, shadow boxing, bag work, pad work, core strength training,  light sparring with coach (if and only if the athlete is ready). Sessions will be offered twice weekly. Schedule will be determine with the selected athletes. The advantages of participating in the program are clear. You will learn self-defense, built confidence, be physically fit, learn discipline, and improve your athleticism and “coach-ability”. Students will be expected to conduct themselves in an exemplary manner at all times. Either during sessions or when out and about in the community.  There will be a small cost associated with participation in this program. Fees will be announced during tryouts.  If interested or want more information please speak to (or contact)  Mr. Galaise.

  E.W.S WRESTLING PROGRAM 

We are hoping to recruit some new athletes.  Come and try wrestling.  Our school’s wrestling program has been the most successful in the Province thanks to our student’s participation and commitment. The program is designed to suit wrestlers with different levels of ability, fitness, and motor skill proficiency. Wrestling is fun, and it can help you develop a great musculature quickly. Our program helps built self-confidence and is guaranteed to help you improve your fundamental movement patterns.  Wrestlers become complete athletes. Come and try wrestling! Discover your potential! See Mr. Galaise for a participation form, this must be filled out before trying out. Club will run once a week until December and twice a week after New Year. Sessions will typically be held on Monday or Tuesday weekly.  Sessions will run from 3:15pm to 4:30pm. 

 HOCKEY ACADEMY – Any hockey academy members with hockey pools & money, please pass into Mr. Cusack.

 ATHLETICS

 ** Students planning to try out for teams are reminded to have forms filled out and pass them in to coaches at the first practice.

 Wednesday, October 3

 

3:30- 5:00 –  Girl’s Field Hockey – Practice – TFC – Bus 171

3:30 – 4:45  Boy’s Volleyball practice

3:30 – 5:00  Girl’s Soccer Practice  CANCELLED FOR TODAY PRACTICE WILL BE TOMORROW AT THE SAME TIME

3:30 – 5:00 Boy’s Soccer Practice – CANCELLED WILL PRACTICE TOMORROW

4:45 – 6:30  Girl’s Volleyball

4:30 – Boy’s Baseball vs Birchwood – TFC – Bus 171 – reschedule to tomorrow

 Thursday, October 4

3:30 – 5:00 Girls Soccer Practice

3:35 – Girl’s Field Hockey – Birchwood @ EWS – TFC – Bus 171

4:00  Girl’s Volleyball – EWS vs. Stonepark – EWS

5:30  Boy’s Volleyball – EWS vs. M. E. Callaghan – EWS

3:30 – 5:00 – Boy’s Soccer – Practice at turf – Take bus #171

3:30 – 5:00  Girl’s Soccer Practice – EWS

 Friday, October 5

Boy’s and Girl’s Volleyball @ Dalhousie Tournament

 Saturday, September 29

Boy’s and Girl’s Volleyball @ Dalhousie Tournament

TERRY FOX WALK/RUN: Re-scheduled to this Friday.

 INTRAMURALS: Free-play Volleyball.

 DODGEBALL DERBY: Homeroom classes have all received sign-up sheets for our annual “Homeroom Dodgeball Derby”. Please return to Ms. Sanderson by Thursday.

 “EWS Golf Team: The golf team will advance to provincials at Eagles Glenn Golf Course on October 10th; tee times starting at 12:30pm. The boys and girls will have a meeting in the near future to discuss transportation and expenses.”

CROSS COUNTRY RUNNING – Congratulations to all 38 Cross Country runners who participated in the unit meet yesterday.  Special recognition to Sarah MacEachern 1st for Midget girls, Beatrice Galaise 2nd for Bantam girls, Karlee MacWilliams 3rd for Bantam girls and Colby Munroe 2nd for Bantam boys.

***Reminder*** of our trip to Robinson’s Island for all runners this Thursday.  Bus will be leaving the school at 12:30 and returning by 3:00pm.  Practice will resume next Tuesday, October 9th.

  Congratulations to the Boys Volleyball team on winning the M.E. Callaghan Classic Tournament.  Individual award winners were:

Riley McKinnon – Setting

Dominik Pineau – Serving

Jackson Sherren – Hitting

Finn McCourt – Top offensive player for the tournament

Caden Dawson – Tournament All Star

Kaleb MacCormac – Tournament MVP

 

Anyone wishing to participate in a 8 week support group for children of separated/divorced parents or guardians please see Mrs. Doyle-Hogan or Mr. Mitchell, school counsellors.

 BASKETBALL – There will be basketball for any girls who would like to play on Saturday from 9:30-11:00am in the school gym. This is not the school team.

 CAFETERIA

 Chicken fettucine alfredo with whole wheat breadstick and side Caesar Salad $5.25

3 Cheese pizza slice, served with Caesar salad and ICEE juice cup $5.00

½ Ham and cheese wrap and side pasta salad $4.50

  COMMUNITY

 Town of Cornwall Drop-In Centre – Monday, Wednesday & Friday 2:30-6:00pm, Tuesday & Thursday 2:30-8:00pm.  For information see the website www.cornwallpe.ca or Kara Acorn(youth worker) program@cornwallpe.ca 

 The Canadian Ski Patrol (CSP) in Prince Edward Island is interested in recruiting new members to join its efforts to promote safety and injury prevention while providing the highest possible standards of education, certification and delivery in first aid and rescue services to the snow industry.  Training for the upcoming ski season begins this fall with an  information session taking place on Wednesday, October 3 at 7pm at both Queen Charlotte Intermediate School in Charlottetown, and Credit Union Place in Summerside. Anyone looking for more information can contact Craig Taggart at 902-393-5333 or by email at crtaggart@eastlink.ca.

 

 

 

 

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Tuesday, October 2, 2018 Day 6

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, October 2, 2018 Day 6

 FOOD DRIVE CHALLENGE TO HELP OTHERS:

Ms. Mackinley Curran’s class is once again organizing a school wide food drive in support of Farm Credit Canada’s, “Drive Away Hunger”. Last year our school collected 980 lbs of food to donate to local food banks!!!! If possible, students are asked to bring in 1 non-perishable food item to donate. Students from my homeroom will collect donated food twice per week from classrooms and record the number of items each homeroom brings in. The class in each grade that collects the most food during the week long collection will win a class ice cream prize. GET COLLECTING! 

 

DUKE OF EDINBURGH – Important meeting period 6 cafeteria extension TODAY.

Bike safety (mandatory) Thursday @ 1:30pm Cafeteria extension.

E.W.S BOXING PROGRAM

Interested in increasing your strength, endurance, and cardio? Want to improve your fundamental movement patterns and overall motor-skill proficiency? Want to learn a new sport?

If this sounds interesting, you might want to come and tryout for the EWS boxing training club. 

Tryouts will take place October 3rd and permission forms must be submitted before trying out.

Once a team is selected. Training sessions will consist of cardio training, footwork, calisthenics, shadow boxing, bag work, pad work, core strength training,  light sparring with coach (if and only if the athlete is ready). Sessions will be offered twice weekly. Schedule will be determine with the selected athletes.

The advantages of participating in the program are clear. You will learn self-defense, built confidence, be physically fit, learn discipline, and improve your athleticism and “coach-ability”.

Students will be expected to conduct themselves in an exemplary manner at all times. Either during sessions or when out and about in the community.

There will be a small cost associated with participation in this program. Fees will be announced during tryouts.

If interested or want more information please speak to (or contact)  Mr. Galaise.

 E.W.S WRESTLING PROGRAM 

We are hoping to recruit some new athletes.  Come and try wrestling.  Our school’s wrestling program has been the most successful in the Province thanks to our student’s participation and commitment. The program is designed to suit wrestlers with different levels of ability, fitness, and motor skill proficiency.

Wrestling is fun, and it can help you develop a great musculature quickly. Our program helps built self-confidence and is guaranteed to help you improve your fundamental movement patterns.

Wrestlers become complete athletes. Come and try wrestling! Discover your potential!

See Mr. Galaise for a participation form, this must be filled out before trying out.

Club will run once a week until December and twice a week after New Year. Sessions will typically be held on Monday or Tuesday weekly.  Sessions will start today from 3:15pm to 4:30pm. 

 HOCKEY ACADEMY – Any hockey academy members with hockey pools & money, please pass into Mr. Cusack.

 ATHLETICS

 ** Students planning to try out for teams are reminded to have forms filled out and pass them in to coaches at the first practice.

Tuesday, October 2

Cross Country – Zone 3 Meet @ Charlottetown Rural

Bantam Boys :  10:20 am       3 km

Bantam Girls :  10:35 am  3 km

Inter.  Boys :   10:50 am 3 km

Inter. Girls  : 11 am  3 km

3:30 – 5:00 – Girl’s Field Hockey – Practice – Bus 171

3:30 – 5:00  Girl’s Soccer Practice – EWS

4:00 – Boy’s Volleyball vs. Birchwood – EWS

5:30  Girl’s Volleyball vs Birchwood – EWS

Boy’s Soccer game vs SP has been rescheduled to Oct. 18 – No Practice

 

Wednesday, October 3

12:00 – Provincial Golf Championships – Eagles Glen Golf Course

3:30- 5:00 –  Girl’s Field Hockey – Practice – TFC – Bus 171

3:30 – 4:45  Boy’s Volleyball practice

3:30 – 5:00  Girl’s Soccer Practice – EWS

3:30 – 5:00 Boy’s Soccer Practice – TFC – Bus 171

4:45 – 6:30  Girl’s Volleyball

4:30 – Boy’s Baseball vs Birchwood – TFC – Bus 171

 

Thursday, October 4

3:35 – Girl’s Field Hockey – Birchwood @ EWS – TFC – Bus 171

4:00  Girl’s Volleyball – EWS vs. Stonepark – EWS

5:30  Boy’s Volleyball – EWS vs. M. E. Callaghan – EWS

3:30 – 5:00 – Boy’s Soccer – EWS @ Queen Charlotte – Simmons – Taxis

3:30 – 5:00  Girl’s Soccer Practice – EWS

 

Friday, October 5

Boy’s and Girl’s Volleyball @ Dalhousie Tournament

 

Saturday, September 29

Boy’s and Girl’s Volleyball @ Dalhousie Tournament

 

“EWS Golf Team: Congratulations to the EWS Golf Team for placing first in the Intermediate Zone Golf Championship yesterday at Country View Golf Course! Cameron McQuaid placed first for the boys and the team had a stellar performance as a collective. The golf team will advance to provincials at Eagles Glenn Golf Course on October 10th; tee times starting at 12:30pm. The boys and girls will have a meeting in the near future to discuss transportation and expenses.”

CROSS COUNTRY RUNNING will be out of the school today at the unit meet.

 TERRY FOX WALK/RUN: Re-scheduled to this Friday.

INTRAMURALS: Free-play Volleyball.

 DODGEBALL DERBY: Homeroom classes have all received sign-up forms for our annual “Homeroom Dodgeball Derby”.

 Congratulations to the Boys Volleyball team on winning the M.E. Callaghan Classic Tournament.  Individual award winners were:

Riley McKinnon – Setting

Dominik Pineau – Serving

Jackson Sherren – Hitting

Finn McCourt – Top offensive player for the tournament

Caden Dawson – Tournament All Star

Kaleb MacCormac – Tournament MVP

 Anyone wishing to participate in a 8 week support group for children of separated/divorced parents or guardians please see Mrs. Doyle-Hogan or Mr. Mitchell, school counsellors.

 BASKETBALL – There will be basketball for any girls who would like to play on Saturday from 9:30-11:00am in the school gym. This is not the school team.

 CAFETERIA

 Chicken Quesadilla served with Mexican rice and corn $5.25

½ Buffalo chicken flat bread.  Served with side Caesar salad and 200ml juice $5.00

Egg salad sandwich with homemade soup of the day $4.50

  COMMUNITY

 Town of Cornwall Drop-In Centre – Monday, Wednesday & Friday 2:30-6:00pm, Tuesday & Thursday 2:30-8:00pm.  For information see the website www.cornwallpe.ca or Kara Acorn(youth worker) program@cornwallpe.ca 

 The Canadian Ski Patrol (CSP) in Prince Edward Island is interested in recruiting new members to join its efforts to promote safety and injury prevention while providing the highest possible standards of education, certification and delivery in first aid and rescue services to the snow industry.  Training for the upcoming ski season begins this fall with an  information session taking place on Wednesday, October 3 at 7pm at both Queen Charlotte Intermediate School in Charlottetown, and Credit Union Place in Summerside. Anyone looking for more information can contact Craig Taggart at 902-393-5333 or by email at crtaggart@eastlink.ca.

 

 

 

 

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Friday, September 28, 2018 Day 5

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, September 28, 2018 Day 5

 Reminder to return student fees and forms ASAP!

 BAND STUDENTS: 

 Congratulations on a great first day of the magazine campaign.  You sold a little over $10,000 worth of magazines which gets us a little over $3000 in profits.  You have ONE WEEK to sell as many as you can.  Our last collection day is NEXT Tuesday, October 2. If you need extra forms or catalogues, please see Mr. Nabuurs.

 TODAY is Orange Shirt Day, an opportunity for us all to come together in the spirit of reconciliation and hope for future generations. It is a day that raises awareness of the history of residential schools for Indigenous peoples and that honours the thousands of survivors of residential schools.

 FOOD DRIVE CHALLENGE TO HELP OTHERS:

Ms. Mackinley Curran’s class is once again organizing a school wide food drive in support of Farm Credit Canada’s, “Drive Away Hunger”. Last year our school collected 980 lbs of food to donate to local food banks!!!! If possible, students are asked to bring in 1 non-perishable food item to donate. Students from my homeroom will collect donated food twice per week from classrooms and record the number of items each homeroom brings in. The class in each grade that collects the most food during the week long collection will win a class ice cream prize. GET COLLECTING! 

E.W.S BOXING PROGRAM 

Interested in increasing your strength, endurance, and cardio? Want to improve your fundamental movement patterns and overall motor-skill proficiency? Want to learn a new sport?

If this sounds interesting, you might want to come and tryout for the EWS boxing training club. 

Tryouts will take place October 3rd.

Once a team is selected. Training sessions will consist of cardio training, footwork, calisthenics, shadow boxing, bag work, pad work, core strength training,  light sparring with coach (if and only if the athlete is ready). Sessions will be offered twice weekly. Schedule will be determine with the selected athletes.

The advantages of participating in the program are clear. You will learn self-defense, built confidence, be physically fit, learn discipline, and improve your athleticism and “coach-ability”.

Students will be expected to conduct themselves in an exemplary manner at all times. Either during sessions or when out and about in the community.

There will be a small cost associated with participation in this program. Fees will be announced during tryouts.

If interested or want more information please speak to (or contact)  Mr. Galaise.

  E.W.S WRESTLING PROGRAM 

We are hoping to recruit some new athletes.  Come and try wrestling.  Our school’s wrestling program has been the most successful in the Province thanks to our student’s participation and commitment. The program is designed to suit wrestlers with different levels of ability, fitness, and motor skill proficiency.

Wrestling is fun, and it can help you develop a great musculature quickly. Our program helps built self-confidence and is guaranteed to help you improve your fundamental movement patterns.

Wrestlers become complete athletes. Come and try wrestling! Discover your potential!

See Mr. Galaise for a participation form. 

Club will run once a week until December and twice a week after New Year. Sessions will typically be held on Monday or Tuesday weekly.

Sessions will start next Tuesday, October 2nd, from 3:15pm to 4:30pm. 

 

ATHLETICS

 

** Students planning to try out for teams are reminded to have forms filled out and pass them in to coaches at the first practice.

Flag football female u 16 provincial team tryouts

When – Saturday Sept 29th Where Central Queens school

Time 10 am to 12

Cost is 5$ per player

Players born age 2004

** Golf has been postponed until Monday, October 1st.

Friday, September 28

3:30 – 4:45 – Girl’s Volleyball Practice

4:15 – Girl’s Soccer – EWS @ SIS – School Field – Parents

Boy’s Volleyball @ ME Callaghan Tournament

 Saturday, September 29

Boy’s Volleyball @ ME Callaghan Tournament

2:20 Girl’s Field Hockey – EWS vs. Stonepark – Credit Union Place Turf

 INTRAMURALS: Ultimate Football.

 TERRY FOX FACTS: “Every year, millions of people in close to 25 countries participate in The National School Run Day, The Terry Fox Run, and Terry Fox fundraising events. A national survey named him as Canada’s greatest hero, he finished second to Tommy Douglas as The Greatest Canadian.”

EWS TERRY FOX RUN/WALK: Scheduled for today (weather pending) during last period. We encourage all students and staff to donate “Toonies for Terry” or make any donation as part our school’s contribution to the Terry Fox Foundation. Homeroom teachers will be collecting donations.

 INTRAMURALS: Badminton.

 FIELD HOCKEY: The girls suffered their first loss of the season yesterday, 2-0 versus Stonepark. Game tomorrow at Summerside again versus Stonepark at 2:20 pm. Good Luck!

CROSS COUNTRY RUNNING Reminder of the Unit meet next Tuesday, October 2nd.  Members of fall sport team who would like to participate in the unit meet please see Mrs. Doyle Hogan or Mr. Rogerson.

 

Anyone wishing to participate in a 8 week support group for children of separated/divorced parents or guardians please see Mrs. Doyle-Hogan or Mr. Mitchell, school counsellors.

 BASKETBALL – There will be basketball for any girls who would like to play on Saturday from 9:30-11:00am in the school gym. This is not the school team.

 CAFETERIA

 Chicken Stirfry served on Cantonese noodles

Ham & Cheese breakfast sandwich served with side fruit salad and juice $5.00

Chicken salad sandwich with homemade oup of the day $4.50

  COMMUNITY

 Town of Cornwall Drop-In Centre – Monday, Wednesday & Friday 2:30-6:00pm, Tuesday & Thursday 2:30-8:00pm.  For information see the website www.cornwallpe.ca or Kara Acorn(youth worker) program@cornwallpe.ca 

 The Canadian Ski Patrol (CSP) in Prince Edward Island is interested in recruiting new members to join its efforts to promote safety and injury prevention while providing the highest possible standards of education, certification and delivery in first aid and rescue services to the snow industry.  Training for the upcoming ski season begins this fall with an  information session taking place on Wednesday, October 3 at 7pm at both Queen Charlotte Intermediate School in Charlottetown, and Credit Union Place in Summerside. Anyone looking for more information can contact Craig Taggart at 902-393-5333 or by email at crtaggart@eastlink.ca.

 

 

 

 

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