Monday, November 6th, Day 2

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, November 6th, 2017 Day 2

DANCE THEME “ FALL FIESTA “ – Wear your Fall colours (yellow, orange, red). The dance will be held Thursday, November 9th.

The 150 Collabrative Art Work Display is in the cafeteria.  Check it out as several EWS students contributed their artwork.

WELCOME BACK MS. KEOUGH

 Yearbook: There will be a yearbook committee meeting at the beginning of first lunch in the library. Please let Mme Perry or Mme Tremere-Phelan know if you are unable to attend the meeting.

 Peer Helpers will be selling candy bags for $1.00 all week during lunch. All proceeds will go toward “Feed the Children”. 

 Congratulations to students in our band program on a terrific performance at our concert on Thursday night!  Your next concert is our Christmas concert on Wednesday night December 6.

 Girls Basketball – Saturday at 10:00am in the gym everyone welcome.  This is not a school team.

 *****Library – Any student who had requested a specific novel to add to the library collection can stop by the library and browse the new books that have just arrived. There are a few novels that still need to be processed, but will be available within the week. Any student who would like to make future book requests, can do so, by listing the novel on the book request sheet found at the circulation desk

 Band Practice Schedule for this week:

Grade 7 Band:  Friday morning at 7:50 AM

Grade 8 Band:  Thursday morning at 7:50 AM

Grade 9 Band:  Tuesday and Wednesday morning at 7:50 AM

There will be a Science Fair Club meeting in the library, Thursday after school from 3:15 – 4:15pm.

 There will be choir practice tomorrow after school, until 4pm in Ms. Campbell’s room. We will be preparing our Christmas music to perform in December, so it would be great to see everyone there. Anyone interested in singing, please feel free to join us tomorrow after school.

 REMEMBRANCE DAY CADETS participating in the assembly will rehearse Day 3, Period 3 in the gym.

 Uniforms – All fall teams are now complete, please return your uniforms to Mr. MacAdam asap.  We have a washer and dryer, so no need to wash them, just return them. 

Boy’s Volleyball:  Congratulations to the boys volleyball team.  The boys knocked off the Queen Charlotte team in semi finals action on Friday.  On Saturday, in the championship game, number 1 seed M. E. Callaghan defeated the boys 3 games to 1.  Congrats on winning Silver, boys.

There are still a few people who have no paid their fall sports fees, or made any arrangements.  Please take care of this with Mr. MacAdam.

Girl’s Basketball tryouts:  Take tour permission forms to your coach!

Monday, Nov. 6 – Practice 3:15 – 4:45

Tuesday, Nov. 7 – Practice 3:15 – 4:45

Wednesday, Nov. 8 – Practice 3:15 – 4:45

Boy’s Basketball tryouts:  Take tour permission forms to your coach!

Monday, Nov. 6 – Practice 4:45 – 6:15

Tuesday, Nov. 7 – Practice 4:45 – 6:15

Wednesday, Nov. 8 – Practice 4:45 – 6:15

 INTRAMURALS: Q-Tip Ball league play begins today. The schedule is posted in the lobby.

 CAFETERIA – Sweet and sour meatballs $5.25

Burger express served with Caesar salad $5.00

½ BLT wrap with dill pickle salad $4.50

 Cornwall Timberwolves won The Provincial Championship over Summerside this weekend 48-22.

 Town of Cornwall – “Arcade Saturday” in West River United Church basement (air hockey, ping pong and xbox) 1:00pm-4:00pm – $5.00 per person.

 Reminder to staff that the grade 9 band will be absent from classes on Wednesday until period 6 to play Remembrance Day Ceremony at the Mount.

 

 

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Wednesday, Nov ember 1st, 2017 Day 6

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, November 1st, 2017 Day 6

DANCE THEME “ FALL FIESTA “ – Wear your Fall colours (yellow, orange, red). The dance will be held Thursday, November 9th.

The 150 Collabrative Art Work Display is in the cafeteria.  Check it out as several EWS students contributed their artwork.

*****Library – Any student who had requested a specific novel to add to the library collection can stop by the library and browse the new books that have just arrived. There are a few novels that still need to be processed, but will be available within the week. Any student who would like to make future book requests, can do so, by listing the novel on the book request sheet found at the circulation desk

 Science Fair Club – There will be a Science Fair Club Meeting Wednesday, after school from 3:15-4:15pm in the library. Please note the change of day. 

 Don’t forget our first band concert of the year this THURSDAY NIGHT starting at 7:00 PM in the Gym.

 Those teams that have completed their season, please hand in your jerseys to Mr. MacAdam as soon as possible.

Girl’s Basketball:

Try outs begin next Monday, November 6th – 3:15 – 4:45.  The girls will try out on Tuesday and Wednesday at the same time next week.

**You need to have a form signed and returned at your first practice, they can be found on the bulletin board by the cafeteria.

Boy’s Basketball:

Try outs begin next Monday, November 6th – 4:45- 6:15.  The boys will try out on Tuesday and Wednesday at the same time next week.

**You need to have a form signed and returned at your first practice, they can be found on the bulletin board by the cafeteria.

 INTRAMURALS: Sign ups begin tomorrow for Q-Tip Ball. You can make your own team of 5 or sign up individually.

 Thank you to the Leadership students for organizing and running the Halloween Spooktacular!

Cornwall Youth Drop-In Center – Basement of Cornwall United Church Monday – Friday 2:30-6:00pm (11-17 years old).

Bluefield High School will be hosting their annual Christmas Craft Fair, Friday November 3rd  5:30 pm until 9 pm and Saturday, November 4th  10:00 am – 5 pm.  It is located at 924 Colville Road Hampshire. Admission is  $2 and children under 12 are free. There are a variety of vendors featuring hand craft items, baked goods, decorations and more. There will be door prizes, a canteen and musical entertainment  from the Bluefield Band Students.  For more information about reserving your vendor space, please contact Tanya Jackson at BHScraftfairvendors@gmail.com All proceeds support the Schools’ Music Department.

HOME AND SCHOOL MEETING – All ages working together: People who have vision and ideas meet up with those who have been tasked to make these visions a reality.

Students, parents, teachers, administrators, architects and other community members were led through an exercise in collaboration last Tuesday night. We invited a diverse group of people to our semi-annual meeting: both people who have vision and ideas about the way things should be, and people who have been tasked to make these visions a reality. We were most interested in what happens when the two come together. How do we find ways of working together well? Participants were asked to work together to design a new school and the discussions were lively! People were particularly creative in the task of naming their school: school names included Launchpad to Life, Windsor Heights Community School, Respect, and School of Life.

The greatest impact of the evening came from the participation of twelve students from East Wiltshire Intermediate School, who included their strong voices in our school designs. I would like to thank those students and their principal, Mr. Windsor Wight, for their great contributions!

Collaboration begins at the grassroots level with within each local home and school association across the island. The Federation’s fifteen-member board represents home and school members in the ten families of schools across the province. The board can work on Federation policies, such as our advocacy for a universal provincial school food program, and we can work with government to develop policies and practices that support an excellent education system and the total wellbeing of Island children. But the strength of our organization lies in our local associations. This year, for a limited time only and in lieu of the parent engagement grants, we will provide customized leadership training, and collaborative facilitation to your school community. If you would like to hold a collaboration exercise similar to our semi-annual, please contact the office.

In October, the Public Schools Branch circulated a draft suspension policy, which is intended to support a safe learning and teaching environment. The policy will be considered at the next meeting of the Board of Directors of the Public Schools Branch scheduled for November 17 at 7:30 p.m. at Queen Elizabeth School in Kensington.

Nominations for federation’s Extra Mile Award will be accepted until January 12. Members are encouraged to identify staff in their schools that go above and beyond the call of duty to help improve the total wellbeing of the students in the school for a nomination; details and nomination forms are available on the federation’s website under awards or by calling the office.

Your local home and school association can stimulate conversation across the province through our resolution process. If your association has concerns that may be of interest across the province – anything from operations to policy – please contact the office. The deadline for resolutions is January 31 and the annual general meeting will be held on April 14, 2018.

 

 

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Tuesday, October 31st, 2017 Day 5

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, October 31st, 2017 Day 5

  DANCE  THEME “FALL FIESTA” –  WEAR YOUR FALL COLOURS (ORANGE, RED AND YELLOW). The  dance will be held Thursday, November 9th

 There will be no EWS Sing practice after school today.

 GRADE 7 BAND PRACTICE TOMORROW MORNING IS CANCELLED!! Please bring your instrument to school though as we will have a practice during first period tomorrow.

 *****Library – Any student who had requested a specific novel to add to the library collection can stop by the library and browse the new books that have just arrived. There are a few novels that still need to be processed, but will be available within the week. Any student who would like to make future book requests, can do so, by listing the novel on the book request sheet found at the circulation desk

 Science Fair Club – There will be a Science Fair Club Meeting Wednesday, after school from 3:15-4:15pm in the library. Please note the change of day. 

 School Picture proof have arrived and are due back at school Monday, November 6th. Retakes will be taken on Wednesday, November 1st.

 Don’t forget our first band concert of the year this THURSDAY NIGHT starting at 7:00 PM in the Gym.

 Wednesday, November 1st is Take Your Kid to Work Day.  Please get your forms in and we look forward to a great day.  Any questions, see your Heath teacher.

 Boy’s Volleyball:

Congratulations to the boy’s volleyball team.  They defeated Stonepark in 3 sets last evening to advance to Provincials this weekend.  They play Queen Charlotte on Friday at 6:45 at Queen Charlotte.  If they win, they will play for Gold on Saturday at 3:15, also at Queen Charlotte.  Come out and support the boys.

Those teams that have completed their season, please hand in your jerseys to Mr. MacAdam as soon as possible.

Girl’s Basketball:

Try outs begin next Monday, November 6th – 3:15 – 4:45.  The girls will try out on Tuesday and Wednesday at the same time next week.

**You need to have a form signed and returned at your first practice, they can be found on the bulletin board by the cafeteria.

Boy’s Basketball:

Try outs begin next Monday, November 6th – 4:45- 6:15.  The boys will try out on Tuesday and Wednesday at the same time next week.

**You need to have a form signed and returned at your first practice, they can be found on the bulletin board by the cafeteria.

We will be running our annual Halloween Intramural Spooktacular today during lunch. This is organized and run by leadership students and they will need to be at their stations for both lunches. If you could please excuse the following students at 11:20 (to eat their lunch) and for both lunches today and tomorrow:

Carly Thompson

Grace MacKinnon

Aiden Ross

Matt Mills

Maddison Thompson

Emma MacKinnon

Dylan Murphy

Jack Nordquist

Maria McLane

Thomas Yeo

Maddie Thompson

Anna Bowers

Amber Campbell

Bryce Wheatley

Sarah MacEachern

*Cyla McCloskey (volunteer)

 INTRAMURALS: Halloween Spooktacular takes place again today with some new stations. All participants must be changed. This event is organized and run by the EWS Leadership Group.

 LEADERSHIP STUDENTS: Please be excused at 11:20 to prepare for Spooktacular.

 CAFETERIA – Soft beef taco served with Mexican rice and corn $5.25

Taco baked potato with side garden salad and juice $5.00

Egg salad sandwich with homemade soup of the day $4.50

Cornwall Youth Drop-In Center – Basement of Cornwall United Church Monday – Friday 2:30-6:00pm (11-17 years old).

Bluefield High School will be hosting their annual Christmas Craft Fair, Friday November 3rd  5:30 pm until 9 pm and Saturday, November 4th  10:00 am – 5 pm.  It is located at 924 Colville Road Hampshire. Admission is  $2 and children under 12 are free. There are a variety of vendors featuring hand craft items, baked goods, decorations and more. There will be door prizes, a canteen and musical entertainment  from the Bluefield Band Students.  For more information about reserving your vendor space, please contact Tanya Jackson at BHScraftfairvendors@gmail.com All proceeds support the Schools’ Music Department.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Monday, October 30th, 2017 Day 4

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, October 30th, 2017 Day 4

 DANCE – The next dance will be held Thursday, November 9th.

Mr. Leonard Shepard is in today as our custodian

 Feed The Children – $16.50 was raised today for “Feed The Children” through  Monday Morning Madness.  There were 2 correct candy guesses, so for Tasty Tuesday bring your quarters, make your guesses – win the candy and Help Feed The Children.

 Cadets interested in participating in the Remembrance Day Assembly will be called to the lobby for a brief meeting at 11:30am today.

 There will be no EWS Sing practice after school on Tuesday.

 The Future City group working with Mr. Casey is asked to come see him at the beginning of lunch for a quick meeting. 

 *****Library – Any student who had requested a specific novel to add to the library collection can stop by the library and browse the new books that have just arrived. There are a few novels that still need to be processed, but will be available within the week. Any student who would like to make future book requests, can do so, by listing the novel on the book request sheet found at the circulation desk

Hockey Academy – For grade 8/9 will be tomorrow, not Wednesday.

 Science Fair Club – There will be a Science Fair Club Meeting Wednesday, after school from 3:15-4:15pm in the library. Please note the change of day. 

 School Picture proof have arrived and are due back at school Monday, November 6th. Retakes will be taken on Wednesday, November 1st.

Wednesday, November 1st is Take Your Kid to Work Day.  Please get your forms in and we look forward to a great day.  Any questions, see your Heath teacher.

 We will be running our annual Halloween Intramural Spooktacular today and tomorrow during lunch. This is organized and run by leadership students and they will need to be at their stations for both lunches. If you could please excuse the following students at 11:20 (to eat their lunch) and for both lunches today and tomorrow:

Carly Thompson

Grace MacKinnon

Aiden Ross

Matt Mills

Maddison Thompson

Emma MacKinnon

Dylan Murphy

Jack Nordquist

Maria McLane

Thomas Yeo

Maddie Thompson

Anna Bowers

Amber Campbell

Bryce Wheatley

Sarah MacEachern

*Cyla McCloskey (volunteer)

 INTRAMURALS: It’s not too late to sign up for Halloween Spooktacular that is scheduled to take place today and tomorrow during lunch. Find a partner and sign up to join the fun.  Note: All participants must be changed. This event is organized and run by the EWS Leadership Group.

 LEADERSHIP STUDENTS: Please be excused at 11:20 to prepare for Spooktacular.

 CAFETERIA – Chicken tater bowl $5.25

Burger express served with Caesar salad $5.00

½ BLT wrap with dill pickle pasta salad $4.50

Cornwall Youth Drop-In Center – Basement of Cornwall United Church Monday – Friday 2:30-6:00pm (11-17 years old).

Bluefield High School will be hosting their annual Christmas Craft Fair, Friday November 3rd  5:30 pm until 9 pm and Saturday, November 4th  10:00 am – 5 pm.  It is located at 924 Colville Road Hampshire. Admission is  $2 and children under 12 are free. There are a variety of vendors featuring hand craft items, baked goods, decorations and more. There will be door prizes, a canteen and musical entertainment  from the Bluefield Band Students.  For more information about reserving your vendor space, please contact Tanya Jackson at BHScraftfairvendors@gmail.com All proceeds support the Schools’ Music Department.

 

 

 

 

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Friday, October 27th, 2017 Day 3

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, October 27th, 2017 – Day 3

 Happy Halloween from The Compassion It Group! TODAY, there will be a Halloween bake sale.  The sale will take place during both lunches, everything only $1.00

 Minister Jordan Brown and Minister Heath MacDonald will be visiting our school tomorrow between 12:30 and 1:00pm to tour our school and meet with some of our teachers and students.

  Bring your quarters to school every Monday and Tuesday for the next month to win “Monday Morning Madness” or Tasty Tuesdays”!  Peer helpers will take turns walking around the lobby Monday and Tuesday mornings between 8 30 and 8 55 with jars of candy. 25 cents will get you a guess at how many candies are in the jar! The lucky winner gets the candy and has won a fantastic start to their day. All proceeds will go to the “Feed the Children” campaign.

Girls Basketball – This Saturday 10:am – 12:00pm.  This is not a school team.

 *****Library – Any student who had requested a specific novel to add to the library collection can stop by the library and browse the new books that have just arrived. There are a few novels that still need to be processed, but will be available within the week. Any student who would like to make future book requests, can do so, by listing the novel on the book request sheet found at the circulation desk

 School Picture proof have arrived and are due back at school Monday, November 6th. Retakes will be taken on Wednesday, November 1st.

 Wednesday, November 1st is Take Your Kid to Work Day.  Please get your forms in and we look forward to a great day.  Any questions, see your Heath teacher.

 The Ice Cream Party for the band students who sold enough magazines will be held today at 2:40. Check the posters on the bulletin board in the outer band room to see if you have a check mark by your name.

 ATHLETICS

 School soccer and field hockey is over, as well as the girl’s volleyball!!!!

 As seasons come to a close, I want to remind athletes that they need to return their uniforms.  Thanks to the boy’s soccer team, we have all of their uniforms in now.

Unfortunately, the volleyball team lost in their play off game last night vs. Stonepark.  Congratulations on a good season.

Congratulations to the underdog Girl’s soccer team.  Last night the EWS Girl’s defeated Birchwood 3-0 in what was a well executed Championship win.  The team was led by Carly Thompson with a goal in the first half.  In the second half, Jaden Grant and Emma MacIntyre added goals to secure the win.  Emma Stevenson picked up her second shut out of the play offs for the win.  Overall, the girls played an excellent game both offensively and defensively.

FIELD HOCKEY: Congratulations to our EWS team who are gold-winning Provincial Champions! Last night in the final against Stonepark, the Warriors used a strong team attack and had many scoring chances but could not find the back of the net sending the game into overtime with a 0-0 score. Overtime solved nothing, so the game went to an exciting shootout. In the shootout, Maria McLane scored a beautiful goal that proved to be the winner and Goalie Maddison Thompson stopped all five Stonepark shooters to seal the win and ignite the Warrior celebration!

Maddison Thompson was named a tournament all-star and Maria McLane was named MVP. We would also like to recognize the other wonderful graduating players: Jenaya Ross, Sarah Peters, Cora Annear, and Kali Smith. Congratulations to all players and coaches on a fantastic season!

 INTRAMURALS: Sign-ups are taking place in the gym today for Halloween Spooktacular which is scheduled to take place Monday and Tuesday. All you have to do is find a partner and sign up. This event is organized and run by the EWS Leadership Group.

 LEADERSHIP: Meeting first period Monday. Please get permission from your subject teacher.

CAFETERIA – Spaghetti with jumbo turkey meatball $5.25

Garlic wedge with side salad and ICEE Juice cup $5.00

Chicken salad sandwich with homemade soup of the day $4.50

Cornwall Youth Drop-In Center – Basement of Cornwall United Church Monday – Friday 2:30-6:00pm (11-17 years old).

Bluefield High School will be hosting their annual Christmas Craft Fair, Friday November 3rd  5:30 pm until 9 pm and Saturday, November 4th  10:00 am – 5 pm.  It is located at 924 Colville Road Hampshire. Admission is  $2 and children under 12 are free. There are a variety of vendors featuring hand craft items, baked goods, decorations and more. There will be door prizes, a canteen and musical entertainment  from the Bluefield Band Students.  For more information about reserving your vendor space, please contact Tanya Jackson at BHScraftfairvendors@gmail.com All proceeds support the Schools’ Music Department.

 

 

 

 

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Thursday, October 26th, 2017 Day 2

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, October 26th, 2017 – Day 2

SCHOOL DANCE – There is no school dance scheduled for this evening.  We are currently working out the details and will announce the date for the dance shortly.

 Minister Jordan Brown and Minister Heath MacDonald will be visiting our school tomorrow between 12:30 and 1:00pm to tour our school and meet with some of our teachers and students.

 *****Library – Any student who had requested a specific novel to add to the library collection can stop by the library and browse the new books that have just arrived. There are a few novels that still need to be processed, but will be available within the week. Any student who would like to make future book requests, can do so, by listing the novel on the book request sheet found at the circulation desk

 School Picture proofs have arrived and are due back at school Monday, November 6th. Retakes will be taken on Wednesday, November 1st.

 Wednesday, November 1st is Take Your Kid to Work Day.  Please get your forms in and we look forward to a great day.  Any questions, see your Heath teacher.

 Grade 9 band and the UPEI Wind Symphony perform tonight at THE DR. STEELE RECITAL HALL ON CAMPUS AT UPEI starting at 7:00 PM.  Admission is $10 adults, and $5 students.  See you there.

 Any grade 9 band students needing band uniform upsizes please see Mr. Nabuurs at lunch time

 Band students who ordered products on line during the magazine campaign please pick them up from Mr. Nabuurs at lunch time today.

 The Ice Cream Party for the band students who sold enough magazines will be held tomorrow at 2:40. Check the posters on the bulletin board in the outer band room to see if you have a check mark by your name.

 Hockey Academy- Grade 7 members will be going to Synergy Fitness today.  Students will be called down around 2 pm.  Please wait for the announcement and ensure that all school work is completed for homework that you may have missed.  The session runs from 2:30 – 3:30 pm and pick up at Synergy as soon as possible after that.  Meeting period 3 in Mr. Cusack’s room for grade 7 members.

 Mrs. Cusack’s room will be open during grade 8 & 9 Lunch on Day 5  and during grade 7 & 8 lunch on Day 2 for Games with Peers.  Come choose a game from the shelf and socialize with other students while playing your favorite board game or card game.

 There will be a Science Fair Club Meeting  today during 3rd period.  Please get your 3rd class teacher’s permission before attending.  Only members that have signed up for the club may attend the meeting.

 Happy Halloween from The Compassion It Group! On Friday, October 27th, there will be a Halloween bake sale.  The sale will take place during both lunches, everything only $1.00

 PeerHelping Meeting – 1st period Friday, October 27th in the Guidance Office.

 ATHLETICS

 Girl’s Soccer:

The girls play in the championship game today vs. Birchwood at 3:45 at the Credit Union Place Turf in Summerside.

 Girl’s Field Hockey:

The girls play in the championship game today at 5:00 at the Cornwall Turf.

Girl’s Volleyball

The girls travel to Stonepark to play their quarter final game today.  They will travel by taxi and get picked up at the grade 7 doors at 3:00.  They are asked to leave class at 2:50.

Boy’s Volleyball:

Practice tonight from 3:15 – 4:45

 INTRAMURALS: Today will be outdoors.

CAFETERIA – Roast Beef & Cheese Slider with spicey wedges $5.25

Baked chicken nuggets with baked to wedges and juice $5.00

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

Cornwall Youth Drop-In Center – Basement of Cornwall United Church Monday – Friday 2:30-6:00pm (11-17 years old).

 Bluefield High School will be hosting their annual Christmas Craft Fair, Friday November 3rd  5:30 pm until 9 pm and Saturday, November 4th  10:00 am – 5 pm.  It is located at 924 Colville Road Hampshire. Admission is  $2 and children under 12 are free. There are a variety of vendors featuring hand craft items, baked goods, decorations and more. There will be door prizes, a canteen and musical entertainment  from the Bluefield Band Students.  For more information about reserving your vendor space, please contact Tanya Jackson at BHScraftfairvendors@gmail.com All proceeds support the Schools’ Music Department.

 

 

 

 

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Wednesday, October 25th, 2017 – Day 1

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, October 25th, 2017 – Day 1 Wednesday, November 1st is Take Your Kid to Work Day.  Please get your forms in and we look forward to a great day.  Any questions, see your Heath teacher.

 Hockey Academy – Grade 8 & 9 members will leave here today at 1:45pm (APM).  Grade 7 members will leave here tomorrow at 2:00pm (Synergy).  All members should ensure they have work from classes missed.

 Mrs. Cusack’s room will be open during grade 8 & 9 Lunch on Day 5  and during grade 7 & 8 lunch on Day 2 for Games with Peers.  Come choose a game from the shelf and socialize with other students while playing your favorite board game or card game.

 There will be a Science Fair Club Meeting on Thursday during 3rd period.  Please get your 3rd class teacher’s permission before attending.  Only members that have signed up for the club may attend the meeting.

 Happy Halloween from The Compassion It Group! On Friday, October 27th, there will be a Halloween bake sale.  The sale will take place during both lunches, everything only $1.00

 Yearbook Cover Design Competition: The yearbook committee is looking for submissions from students for the cover of the 2017-18 yearbook.  The entry must be submitted on a plain white piece paper ( 8 1/2 x 11). The artwork should demonstrate a connection to EWS. Make sure to include the name of the school and year (2017-2018) in your artwork. The use of colour is strongly encouraged. Please ensure your name and homeroom are written in pencil on the back of the sheet.   The submissions are due by Wednesday, October 25th and are to be passed in to Mrs. Tremere-Phelan in room 904.

 PeerHelping Meeting – 1st period Friday, October 27th in the Guidance Office.

 ATHLETICS

Congrats to the Girl’s soccer team.  Last night they knocked off the first place SIS Owls in Penalty Kicks.  We did not miss a shot and SIS missed one and Emma Stevenson stopped on to secure the victory.  The girls play Birchwood on Thursday for the championship!  Lots of good solid play by everyone.

 Girl’s Soccer:

Wednesday, Oct. 25 – 3:15 – 4:45 – Practice at EWS – Take bus 7

Thursday, Oct. 26 – 4:00 – Medal game

 Girl’s Field Hockey:

Wednesday, Oct. 25 – 3:15 – 4:45 – Practice at Turf – bus 171

Thursday, Oct. 26 – Time TBA – Medal game

 Boy’s Volleyball:

Wednesday Oct. 25 – Play Birchwood at EWS at 4:00

 FIELD HOCKEY: Congratulations to the girls on a terrific team win last night! Keera Vos scored with two minutes remaining and the Warriors held on for a 1-0 victory. Sarah MacEachern was dominant at the center-mid position and Kali Smith made strong plays on defense. Maddison Thompson had the shut-out. The girls now move on to the Provincial gold medal game tomorrow at 5pm at the turf.

PRACTICE today is at the turf, 3:30-5:00 pm.  Players, please dismiss at 2:50 and take Bus #171 at dismissal.

INTRAMURALS: Today will be outdoors.

 DODGEBALL DERBY: Congratulations to this year’s winning classes:

Grade 7 – Gallaway/Ward

Grade 8 – Spencer

Grade 9 – Woodford

 SCREAM PARK ACTORS: If you are in the early session, please be at Eliot River for 5:00 pm.  If you are in the late session, please arrive at 7:00 pm.

 CAFETERIA – Pasta Bake served with Caesar salad and garlic breadstick $5.25

3 Cheese pizza slice served with Caesar Salad and ICEE 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 www.gov.pe.ca/edu/psb

Cornwall Youth Drop-In Center – Basement of Cornwall United Church Monday – Friday 2:30-6:00pm (11-17 years old).

Scream Park 2017″
Wednesday, October 25th   at Eliot River School Dream Park, Hilltop
Drive, Cornwall
Light Hearted Kids Theme – Cartoon Characters & Local Mascots
5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Scary Theme for the Young at Heart
7:30 to 9:00 p.m.
Admission $ 2.00 Minimum Donation per person
Canteen on site! & Fry Wagon

Bluefield High School will be hosting their annual Christmas Craft Fair, Friday November 3rd  5:30 pm until 9 pm and Saturday, November 4th  10:00 am – 5 pm.  It is located at 924 Colville Road Hampshire. Admission is  $2 and children under 12 are free. There are a variety of vendors featuring hand craft items, baked goods, decorations and more. There will be door prizes, a canteen and musical entertainment  from the Bluefield Band Students.  For more information about reserving your vendor space, please contact Tanya Jackson at BHScraftfairvendors@gmail.com All proceeds support the Schools’ Music Department.

 

 

 

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