Eagle View Elementary School

"Learning For Life"

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Hot Lunch This Friday!

The Eagle View Run/Walk Team is hosting a hot lunch this Friday, March 3. Order forms are going home with students today. $4.00 for macaroni and cheese and a piece of garlic bread, and $1.00 for a juice box. Please have orders in no later than Thursday.
Thank you for supporting the EVES Run/Walk Team!

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ONE TO ONE Literacy Expansion – Article from the North Island Eagle

An article in the North Island Eagle about the ONE TO ONE Literacy Expansion. ONE to ONE needs volunteers at Eagle View! Please contact the school to find out more information.

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Happening This Week at Eagle View

Happening at EVES!

-Pink Shirt DayWednesday, February 22. Wear Pink to support Anti-Bullying!
-Mrs. Campbell’s class – Assembly presentation February 22
-Mrs. Brown’s Grade 3 class Bake Sale to support a turtle hatchery and to send some art supplies to a little school on Gili Meno Island, Indonesia
-Pro-D Day – February 24 – No School

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Ski Trip Information

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Pink Shirt Day!

Wear PINK next Wednesday, February 22, to show your support of Pink Shirt Day! Visit www.pinkshirtday.ca to see how you can help put an end to bullying!

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Volunteers Needed for Literacy Program

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!!

We are looking for volunteers for the ONE TO ONE Program. ONE TO ONE is a unique children’s literacy program that provides one-to- one tutoring to elementary school students who struggle with reading. You must be at least 18 years of age and proficient in English. Criminal record check are required. We will provide you with training to work with students in our school during school hours.

ONE TO ONE provides children with an opportunity to practice their reading in an environment where it is okay to take risks, make mistakes, and learn at their own pace. It is our goal to bring these students up to reading at their appropriate grade level, providing them an opportunity for academic success and hope for a brighter future.

If you are interested in volunteering for this program, please contact Tracy Hamilton at Eagle View School by March 3rd.

You can visit http://www.one-to-one.ca/volunteer/  to learn more about the program.

 Tracy Hamilton, BSW
Child & Youth Care Worker

 

 

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EVES Happenings

-No assembly this week (cancelled)
-Pink Shirt Day next Wednesday, February 22. Wear Pink to support Anti-Bullying!
-Mrs. Campbell’s class – Assembly presentation February 22
-Mrs. Brown’s Grade 3 class Bake Sale to support a turtle hatchery and to send some art supplies to a little school on Gili Meno Island, Indonesia
-Pro-D Day – February 24 – No School

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Family Day Holiday

Don’t forget there will be no school on Monday, February 13 due to the Family Day Stat Holiday! Enjoy your family!

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Worm Races!

Click here to see the worm races in Mrs. Williamson’s class!

Click here to see the worm races in Mrs. Campbell’s class!

What better way to learn about how worms use their circular and longitudinal muscles to move than by observing them directly and then RACING THEM!

 

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Performing Arts – Joe Trio at EVES Friday, February 3

Joe Trio is not your average piano trio. They don’t want to be neatly categorized, but instead strive for diversity, versatility, and more than a little humour and unpredictability. Their repertoire consists of the classics – from Papa Haydn to Uncle Shostakovich, new works by contemporary composers, and their own arrangements of popular, jazz and rock tunes. And they’re not afraid to mix together so many styles of music into a single piece it makes your head spin. More than virtuosi, the Trio’s members are fantastic performers who engage the audience in a way few classical musicians can. Amply witty, charming, and tremendously musical, Joe Trio leaves audiences with a new appreciation for classical music. As well as giving concerts, the Trio enjoys offering their services for education outreach programs, and has played many school shows for children of all ages.

 

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