Thursday, April 20th, 2017 Day 1

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, APRIL 20th – DAY 1

REMINDER – EAST WILTSHIRE IS A SCENT FREE SCHOOL – PLEASE REFRAIN FROM WEARING ANY SCENTED PRODUCTS!!!!!!

NO BUS PASSES ON DANCE DAY

DANCE – THURSDAY NIGHT – HOE-DOWN

JAZZ BANDToday @ lunch.

BRASS ENSEMBLE AND PERCUSSION EMSEMBLE tonight at dismissal.

DENTAL CLINIC – The yellow forms can be returned either directly to the clinic in room 217(if locked slip under the door) or send to the main office.

CUBE CLUB – Today grade 7 lunch in Room 724.

OUR ON-LINE YEARBOOK STORE will be closing in Three days.(April 23) We have fewer than thirty copies left to sell. Once the online store closes we can no longer order extra copies.
https://ybpay.lifetouch.com/Order/SelectJob  Our school ID. is Yearbook ID: 12514617
You can also send money to the school. additional order forms are available in the office.
EWS Yearbook Committee

DRUG AWARENESS PRESENTATIONS – CORPORAL Andy Cook from the R.C.M.P. will be at E.W.S., Thursday & Friday mornings for Drug Awareness Presentations in the cafeteria.

COMPASSION IT is challenging all homeroom classes to bring in any spare change they may have to help support the PEI Humane Society.  The challenge ends on Friday, April 21st.  The homeroom that raises the most money will win a double lunch! Best of luck to all participating classes.

SUMMER TUTOR FORMS – Anyone looking for summer tutor forms with The Council of People with Disabilities please contact Ms. Natalie MacKinnon @ nymackinnon@edu.pe.ca

COMPUTER SCIENCE CAMP – There will be a free computer science camp offered by UPEI Computer Science students from 5:00 to 7:00pm during the week of April 24th – April 28th.  This free camp will take place on the UPEI Campus.  If you wish to register please pick up an information pamphlet from Ms. Deveau before Friday, April 21st.

WRESTLING – NO WRESTLING TONIGHT.  Provincials are this Friday in Montague.  Wrestling fee of $15.00 is now due please see Mr. Macadam. Students will be bussed to Montague for Provincials, but please arrange for own transportation home.

April 18 – 21

Thursday – 3:15 – 4:45 – EWS Baseball

Thursday – 4:45 – 6:30 – Girl’s Spring Volleyball

Friday – 3:15 – 4:45 – OPEN

Friday – 4:45 – 6:30 – Boy’s Spring Volleyball

 

* Friday after school is open until 4:45.

SINGLES BADMINTON RESULTS –

Olivia Phillips – 1st place in Intermediate

Hayden Ford – 2nd place in Bantam

Both Olivia and Hayden qualify for Provincial Championships.

PRE-TRYOUT BOYS BASEBALL  -Session in the gym today from 3:15-4:30. Open to all grade levels. Please sign up on sheet in lobby. Pick up a permission form in the lobby and sign and return.

TRACK & FIELD: Tryouts will begin this Monday, April 24th for the school track and field team at Bluefield High School from 3:30-4:30. Students will take a bus at dismissal from EWS and must arrange their own drive to pick them up at Bluefield. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Sanderson.

GIRLS SOFTBALL: Cancelled for today – Tryouts begin Monday

4:15-5:15pm.

CAFETERIA – Nachos and cheese $5.25 with frozen yogurt

Chicken nuggets w/baked potato & juice box 5.00

 TEACHERS – Ahnais will be in the Library after school once again today for her science fair project.  This will be the last day for Ahnais to collect data.  Thank you to the 20 staff members who have already helped Ahnais out.

RISE AND CLIMB ADVENTURE COURSE

Rise and Climb will be offering Laser Tag Club for after school students. Four weeks of laser tag fun in the Laser Tag PEI woods just behind Rise and Climb Adventure Course. Each session lasts 1.5 hours starting at 3 and ending at 4:30 pm. Each session will focus on technical skills, strategy but mostly just active play in the wooded course. We’ll play different games each week including last man standing, capture the flag, assassins, aliens, evacuation, etc.

Dates:Fridays for Grades 4-6, May 26 – June 16
Thursdays for Grades 7-9, May 25 – June 15
Rates:
Cost is $39.99 for the four weeks  To Register visit www.riseandclimb.ca

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Wednesday, April 19th – Day 6

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, APRIL 19th – DAY 6

NO BUS PASSES ON DANCE DAY

DRUG AWARENESS PRESENTATIONS – CORPORAL Andy Cook from the R.C.M.P. will be at E.W.S., Wednesday, Thursday & Friday mornings for Drug Awareness Presentations in the cafeteria.

YEARBOOK – We have 30 copies left as of this morning. Friday is the deadline for ordering extra copies if we need them.  Please get your orders in before Friday.

COMPASSION IT is challenging all homeroom classes to bring in any spare change they may have to help support the PEI Humane Society.  The challenge ends on Friday, April 21st.  The homeroom that raises the most money will win a double lunch! Best of luck to all participating classes.

YOGA – Today after school.

SUMMER TUTOR FORMS – Anyone looking for summer tutor forms with The Council of People with Disabilities please contact Ms. Natalie MacKinnon @ nymackinnon@edu.pe.ca

COMPUTER SCIENCE CAMP – There will be a free computer science camp offered by UPEI Computer Science students from 5:00 to 7:00pm during the week of April 24th – April 28th.  This free camp will take place on the UPEI Campus.  If you wish to register please pick up an information pamphlet from Ms. Deveau before Friday, April 21st.

DANCE – THURSDAY NIGHT – HOE-DOWN

WRESTLING – Tonight.  Provincials are this Friday in Montague and permission forms will be sent home.  Wrestling fee of $15.00 is now due please see Mr. Macadam.

April 18 – 21

Wednesday – 3:15 – 4:45 Wrestling

Wednesday – 4:45 – 6:30 – Basketball

Thursday – 3:15 – 4:45 – EWS Baseball

Thursday – 4:45 – 6:30 – Girl’s Spring Volleyball

Friday – 3:15 – 4:45 – OPEN

Friday – 4:45 – 6:30 – Boy’s Spring Volleyball

* Friday after school is open until 4:45.

**Wednesday has opened up due to the badminton finals being played at Birchwood.

PRE-TRYOUT BOYS BASEBALL  -Session in the gym on Thursday from 3:15-4:30. Open to all grade levels. Please sign up on sheet in lobby. Pick up a permission form in the lobby and sign and return for tomorrow.”

CAFETERIA – Creamy macaroni and cheese,garlic breadstick and side salad $5.25

Pizza pocket with carrot sticks and dip $5.00

 TEACHERS – A reminder to teachers that Ahnais Young will be in the library today after school until 4:00pm. for her science fair project.  If you have a few minutes to spare it would be greatly appreciated.  Thank you.

RISE AND CLIMB ADVENTURE COURSE

Rise and Climb will be offering Laser Tag Club for after school students. Four weeks of laser tag fun in the Laser Tag PEI woods just behind Rise and Climb Adventure Course. Each session lasts 1.5 hours starting at 3 and ending at 4:30 pm. Each session will focus on technical skills, strategy but mostly just active play in the wooded course. We’ll play different games each week including last man standing, capture the flag, assassins, aliens, evacuation, etc.

Dates:Fridays for Grades 4-6, May 26 – June 16
Thursdays for Grades 7-9, May 25 – June 15
Rates:
Cost is $39.99 for the four weeks  To Register visit www.riseandclimb.ca

Community Access & Inclusion Expo

Thursday, May 11, 2017

 This event is FREE and open to EVERYONE! Over 100 agencies invited!

Join us anytime between 5:00pm and 8:00pm on Thursday, May 11, 2017 at Summerside Intermediate School, 247 Central Street, for the 2017 Community Access & Inclusion Expo, hosted by the Public Schools Branch.

Each year, inclusive agencies and service providers from across PEI gather at the Expo to provide information about the opportunities they offer, such as:

  • assistive technology
  • inclusive recreation options
  • life skills
  • day programs
  • employment options
  • post-secondary education
  • training opportunities
  • advocacy & support
  • respite care
  • housing
  • funding options
  • transportation
  • summer camps
  • and other inclusive programs

Anyone interested in learning more about options available in these areas is welcome to browse through the booths, attend information sessions, and/or participate in fun activities! Snacks and refreshments will also be provided. For further information contact:

 

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EWS Yearbooks Close to Selling Out

Over 270 of our Yearbooks are now sold, less than 30 remain. Sales continue this week through the school or you can order now at:   https://ybpay.lifetouch.com/Order/SelectJob

 

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Tuesday, April 18th, Day 5

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, APRIL 18th – DAY 5

NO BUS PASSES ON DANCE DAY

DRUG AWARENESS PRESENTATIONS – CORPORAL Andy Cook from the R.C.M.P. will be at E.W.S., Wednesday, Thursday & Friday mornings for Drug Awareness Presentations in the cafeteria.

YEARBOOK – We have 30 copies left as of this morning. Friday is the deadline for ordering extra copies if we need them.  Please get your orders in before Friday.

COMPASSION IT is challenging all homeroom classes to bring in any spare change they may have to help support the PEI Humane Society.  The challenge ends on Friday, April 21st.  The homeroom that raises the most money will win a double lunch! Best of luck to all participating classes.

HOCKEY ACADEMY – There will be a meeting for Grade 7 Hockey Academy members in cafeteria extension today for 5 minutes at the start of period 3.

YOGA – Tomorrow after school.

SUMMER TUTOR FORMS – Anyone looking for summer tutor forms with The Council of People with Disabilities please contact Ms. Natalie MacKinnon @ nymackinnon@edu.pe.ca

COMPUTER SCIENCE CAMP – There will be a free computer science camp offered by UPEI Computer Science students from 5:00 to 7:00pm during the week of April 24th – April 28th.  This free camp will take place on the UPEI Campus.  If you wish to register please pick up an information pamphlet from Ms. Deveau before Friday, April 21st.

SONG SUGGESTION LIST – POSTED OUTSIDE OFFICE – SIGN-UP TODAY FOR YOUR FAVOURITE TUNES.

DANCE – THURSDAY NIGHT HOE-DOWN

WRESTLING – Tonight and tomorrow.  Provincials are this Friday in Montague and permission forms will be sent home.  Wrestling fee of $15.00 is now due please see Mr. Macadam.

April 18 – 21

Tuesday – 3:15 – 4:15 – Badminton

Tuesday – 4:45 – 6:30 – Boy’s Spring Volleyball

Wednesday – 3:15 – 4:45 Wrestling

Wednesday – 4:45 – 6:30 – Basketball

Thursday – 3:15 – 4:45 – EWS Baseball

Thursday – 4:45 – 6:30 – Girl’s Spring Volleyball

Friday – 3:15 – 4:45 – OPEN

Friday – 4:45 – 6:30 – Boy’s Spring Volleyball

* Friday after school is open until 4:45.

**Wednesday has opened up due to the badminton finals being played at Birchwood.

CAFETERIA – Philly steak flatbread with side caesar $5.25

BBQ Pulled Pork Flatbread with wedges $5.00

TOMORROW – Creamy macaroni and cheese,garlic breadstick and side salad $5.25

Pizza pocket with carrot sticks and dip $5.00

 

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Yearbooks

260 of our Yearbooks are now sold, only 40 remain. Sales continue this week through the school or you can order now at:   https://ybpay.lifetouch.com/Order/SelectJob

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Thursday, April 13, 2017 Day 4

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, APRIL 13TH – DAY 4

 Reminder Teachers of Grade 7 beginning band days today.  Students will not be in class all day.

EWS MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS WEEK

 GRADE 9 ASSEMBLY TODAY @ 1:30pm with Guest Speaker Dexter Nyuurnibe as part of Mental Health Awareness Week.

APRIL IS AUTISM AWARENESS MONTH, and to help support and promote awareness for Autism Spectrum Disorders,  East Wiltshire School will be raising money and participating in the Inside and Out for Autism Day.

A reminder that on TODAY, students and staff can have fun participating in our Inside and Out Day! Wear your shirt Inside Out for Autism Awareness!

COMPUTER SCIENCE CAMP – There will be a free computer science camp offered by UPEI Computer Science students from 5:00 to 7:00pm during the week of April 24th – April 28th.  This free camp will take place on the UPEI Campus.  If you wish to register please pick up an information pamphlet from Ms. Deveau before Friday, April 21st.

COMPASSION IT MEETING FIRST BREAK THIS MORNING.  

EASTER SEALS FUNDRAISERS –THURSDAY – BAKE SALE BOTH LUNCHES.   

 

SUMMER TUTOR FORMS – Anyone looking for summer tutor forms with The Council of People with Disabilities please contact Ms. Natalie MacKinnon @ nymackinnon@edu.pe.ca

INTRAMURALS: Ball hockey – schedule is posted.

Badminton

April 19th – 3:30 Singles Finals –

Bantam Girls @ Stonepark

Intermediate Girls @ Birchwood

Bantam Boys @ Queen Charlotte

Intermediate Boys @ EWS

Badminton results:

Intermediate Girls – Olivia Phillips will qualify for the semi finals next Wednesday at Birchwood.

Intermediate Boys – No players from EWS has moved on, unfortunately.

Bantam Girls – Hayden Ford will qualify for the semi finals next Wednesday at Stonepark

Bantam Boys – No players from EWS has moved on, unfortunately.

NO GIRLS’ SOFTBALL today.

CAFETERIA –Chicken teriyaki w/rice and side veggies $5.25 – Chicken nuggets with baked potato wedges $5.00

 

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Wednesday, April 12, 2017 Day 3

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, APRIL 12TH – DAY 3

THERE WILL BE GRADE 8 BAND PRACTICE TOMORROW MORNING.

Reminder Teachers of Grade 7 beginning band days tomorrow.  Students will not be in class all day.

EWS MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS WEEK

APRIL IS AUTISM AWARENESS MONTH, and to help support and promote awareness for Autism Spectrum Disorders,  East Wiltshire School will be raising money and participating in the Inside and Out for Autism Day.

To raise money, there will be a SUCKER SALE will continue IN THE LOBBY DURING BOTH LUNCHES, TODAY.Two for $1.00. Funds raised will go directly to our Autism Society of PEI to promote awareness and acceptance for Autism Spectrum Disorder.

A reminder that on THURSDAY, students and staff can have fun participating in our Inside and Out Day! Wear your shirt Inside Out for Autism Awareness!

COMPASSION IT GROUP – Any students that are available during their lunch break, please come see Mrs. Cusack to work on posters and materials that are needed for next week’s Classroom Challenge Activity.

EASTER SEALS FUNDRAISERS – TODAY – HAT DAY – Bring $2.00 to wear your hat all day.  THURSDAY – BAKE SALE BOTH LUNCHES.       

 SUMMER TUTOR FORMS – Anyone looking for summer tutor forms with The Council of People with Disabilities please contact Ms. Natalie MacKinnon @ nymackinnon@edu.pe.ca

INTRAMURALS: Ball hockey – schedule is posted.

Badminton

April 12th – 3:30-6:00pm Singles

April 19th – 3:30 Singles Finals –

Bantam Girls @ Stonepark

Intermediate Girls @ Birchwood

Bantam Boys @ Queen Charlotte

Intermediate Boys @ EWS

No GIRLS’ SOFTBALL this Thursday.

Results from the Zone 3 Badminton meets yesterday:

2nd – Matt Mingo and Adam Lloyd – Intermediate Boys

2nd – Olivia Phillips and Sarah LeClair – Intermediate Girls

4th – Bradley Chisholm and Aiden Pot – Bantam Boys

2nd – Hayden Ford and Adelle Breau – Bantam Girls

3rd – Alexis Fougere and Valerie Mountain – Bantam Girls

Top two teams move to Provincials

CAFETERIA – Spaghetti and meat sauce with caesar salad and garlic breadstick $5.25

Pizza pocket with carrot sticks and dip $5.00

TOMORROW – Chicken teriyaki w/rice and side veggies $5.25 – Chicken nuggets with baked potato wedges $5.00

 

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