Eagle View Elementary School

"Learning For Life"

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Hot Dog Day – Friday, February 10

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January Newsletter

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National Family Literacy Day

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Student Showcase at the Learning Commons – Come See Us!

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Non-Neighborhood Schools Policy

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Kindergarten Registration Happening Now!

EVES is accepting registrations for our fall 2017 Kindergarten classes.  Even though it’s early, we need to plan our class sizes and hire teachers.  To ensure your child has a spot, please visit the school to register.  Just bring their birth certificate and care card (or copy) and we will provide you with the registration package.

 

 

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Peer Support Program Starting at Eagle View This Week

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Picture retakes: Wednesday, January 25 at 9:00 a.m.

Photo retakes are happening on Wednesday, January 25 at 9:00 a.m. If your child did not have photos taken in the fall, envelopes are available at the office. Or you can purchase packages online at www.mylifetouch.ca. The picture day ID is QO026149Q1.
If you require retakes, please ensure your child brings their pictures with them to give to the photographer.

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Assembly Cancelled This Week

Due to unforeseen scheduling changes we will be cancelling this week’s assembly. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

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Leela Gilday Performing at EVES on Monday, January 23 at 9:30 a.m.

EVES is excited to host performer Leela Gilday on Monday, January 23, at 9:30 a.m. Parents and guardians are welcome to attend.

LEELA GILDAY
A passionate singer/songwriter and soulful performer, Leela Gilday has a voice that comes straight from the heart. Confessing her stories to her audiences with a gutsy voice and open stage presence, Gilday weaves her experiences as a northerner, a member of the Dene nation, and a traveler into a beautiful world that transports the listener.
With four full-length recordings and a long touring history, Gilday has numerous awards to her credit, including a Juno, two Western Canadian Music Awards, Aboriginal Female Entertainer of the Year to name a few. Above all, she seeks connection with her audiences through music, and with each record brings more unique stories to the world. Whether it’s an anthem for the oppressed, or an upbeat song about mortality, she infuses her songs with a sense of humour as well as a sense of social justice, and an ironic appreciation of human folly.
Based out of Yellowknife, NT, Leela has toured festivals and concert halls with her four-piece band through every province and territory in Canada. She has also played internationally in several countries including Japan, US, Greenland, Denmark, and New Zealand. Her live shows and many appearances on television and radio have earned her an important place in the Aboriginal music scene, as well as a loyal mainstream following.

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