Eagle View Elementary School

"Learning For Life"


Track Practices Starting April 24

Track practices are starting on Tuesday, April 24 at the PHSS field. Permission forms are available at the office and will be sent home with interested students.

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Proud to Support Jeans Day

EVES is proud to support BC Children’s Hospital. We are taking part in Jeans Day on May 3 – buttons are available for $5 at the front office. Let’s Jean It Up!



Regional Science Fair Results!

Congrats to all of the EVES students who represented our school at the Regional Science Fair on April 19. The following three students took home ribbons and prizes for their entries:

Chaz H. won 3rd place for his experiment “Chive Plants”.

Liam F.P won 3rd place for his experiment “How Video Games Affect Your Heart Rate”.

Alexander won the Al Appleton work Safe Award and $100 for his experiment “The Five Second Rule, Fact or Fiction?”.

Great job everyone!


April 2018 Newsletter


Memo From School District #85


Ready, Set, Learn! Was A Hit!

Our Ready, Set, Learn! event was a huge hit! It was so nice to connect with so many children and their families last night. Special thanks to Mrs. Sedola, Mrs. Williamson and Ms. Walkus.

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Flower Orders Due To Office Wednesday, April 18

The PAC Mother’s Day Flower Fundraiser has reached its deadline. Please have all order forms and money to the office at the end of day, Wednesday, April 18. Thank you!


School Choir

Eagle View is starting a student choir! If your son/daughter likes to sing, have them come to the MultiPurpose room on Friday, April 20 at 12:30.

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Ready, Set, Learn at EVES! Dinner provided!


Cougar Safety at Eagle View

In light of the recent cougar sightings and encounters in Port Hardy, we want to assure parents and guardians that the staff at Eagle View is being incredibly diligent and careful with our safety and awareness practices. Staff are being extremely vigilant supervising outdoor play with students, and procedures are in place for safe release should a cougar be sighted on or directly near our school grounds.
Click on the link from the Ministry of Environment for more information regarding cougars and what to do in case of an encounter:  https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/environment/plants-animals-ecosystems/wildlife/human-wildlife-conflict/staying-safe-around-wildlife/cougars

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