Eagle View Elementary School

"Learning For Life"

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Purdy’s Order Due Thursday, November 23 (No School Friday)

Mmmmm……chocolate for Christmas.
Orders due Thursday, November 23 (Pro-D Day Friday). Contact the school if you would like some!

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Pro-D Day, Friday, November 24 – No School

This Friday, November 24, there will be no school as the staff will be attending a Professional Development Day.

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November Newsletter

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We Support the Gazette Hamper Fund

The North Island Gazette Hamper Fund has been helping those in need have a Merry Christmas for over 30 years. The Gazette Hamper Fund brings together communities across the North Island to volunteer or  donate, to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to have a meal and gifts for their children under age 12 on Christmas. On average the Gazette Hamper Fund delivers over 600 hampers a year from Woss north and as far as Kingcome Inlet and Gilford Island.

Hampers are available for families and singles in need. The hampers are delivered directly to applicants and come filled with food, goodies and gifts for children.

We are proud of our communities who work together every year to help others and thankful that we can reach so many! We would not be able to do this without the support of the businesses, volunteers and kind hearted people who donate to this amazing cause.

This year Black Press/North Island Gazette is introducing an online fund raising page to make it even easier to help donate and help your communities at Christmas.  Click HERE to view the online page.

Donations are also being accepted at the main office at Eagle View Elementary School.

Please donate or share this page so we can help make everyone’s season bright! 

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EVES PAC Christmas Bazaar! Mark Your Calendars!

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Students Baking For The Trustee Visit

Here are some photos of students who helped out either by preparing food, organizing equipment, setting up or cleaning up for the school trustee/board visit today.

Ms. Huddlestan arrived in the back hall to find Ammeilya bright eyed, waiting to get started and sporting a new apron her grandma made just for her over the weekend ❤️

John enjoyed measuring ingredients to add to the mixing bowls. He also arranged the cookie trays and counted to see if we had enough for all. He was an avid taste tester and food critic.

Aalyah R was quite taken with her job of grating fresh ginger, which she’d never seen before. I also tasked her with zesting an orange; who knew we could bake with peels?!

Nicole was an eager participant who beamed with pride to be able to bake for others. Did I mention she was eager?!!

Kaylene W-G was an absolute superstar when it came to washing dishes as quickly as we’d used them. She took her task very seriously; even scrubbing out the grungy dish rack and tray (within in an inch of their lives!).

It was decided by the students that the rest of the leftovers were to be saved to put out for staff tomorrow. They were quite adamant that their teachers get to taste the creations.

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Camp Homewood Fundraising Meeting:

Camp Homewood Fundraising Meeting:

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Please Take Care Of Our Outdoor Classroom

Students in Mrs. Sedola’s class were sad to find their Outdoor Learning Environment vandalized today.
Please respect our learning environment; we work very hard to create these spaces. This is a very important and integral space for our students.

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Mmmmm…….Purdys and Christmas!

Mmmmm……chocolate for Christmas.
Orders due November 23. Contact the school if you would like some!

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Poinsettia Orders Due November 15!

Reminder that these orders are due Wednesday, November 15. Thanks!

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