Eagle View Elementary School

Learning for Life

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Outdoor Classroom!

Mrs. and Mr. Sedola were out on the weekend cleaning up the Eagle View outdoor classroom! They spent time picking up garbage and building new benches. Please remember to respect the area when using it.

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Track and Field

EVES students warming up for the 400 m during a morning track practice. Track practices are every Tuesday and Thursday mornings. A huge thanks goes out to our track Coach Sandy Grenier. Along with a very special mention to PHSS Sydney Martineau for volunteering her time to support our athletes as a role model. Thanks all! This is her seventh year as our coach! Along side Coach Grenier are Mrs. Williamson and Mr. Barfoot and many parent volunteers including pro timers Angela Noel, Treina Topfer and Amanda Humphrey and Wade Daly. Thanks to all who support our young athletes! The School District Track and Field meet is Wednesday June 7th at Port Hardy Secondary School.

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May Newsletter

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Tropical Day at EVES on Friday, May 26!

Tropical Day at school tomorrow! (Friday, May 26).
Dust off those Hawaiian shirts, wear your shades. Pineapples optional! Show your school spirit!

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5K or 10K Run/Walk Event

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Ready, Set, Learn Happening on Tuesday at Eagle View!

Don’t forget – our Ready, Set, Learn event is happening tomorrow at Eagle View – come and join us!

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Notice About Long Jump and Triple Jump Practice – Pick Up Information

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Come Plant With Us!

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Thank You For Your Support

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S.T.E.M. Day 2017

Our STEM day was a huge success. Seven different schools from across our district came together to use supplies to build a water catchment and sprinkler system for a school garden.
Top Overall Design award went to one of the teams from Eagle View which included; Cayden Drake, Damon Renwall, Bailey Shea, Abby McCorquodale and Alexander. This team’s design included a moveable collection system that could be hung from various locations including the gutters on a house in order to capture the most amount of water available. This team also built in filters, water storage and distribution through long plastic tubing that could be buried underground if desired.

Most Innovative Design award went to a team from Sunset which included; Riley Brady , Joe Rocchio, Evan Wighton, Kaisuan Llewllyn, and William Grant. This teams design was well rounded with use of water barrels and large surface area for catchment and storage. The key innovation this group made was to account for collecting water that had passed through the root system in order to re-use it for future watering events. Truly innovative thinking!

Top Overall School award was given to Alert Bay Elementary School as all of their teams had very strong designs which were well represented. This is a testatment to school teachers and leaders who have worked very hard to prepare the students for this event.

Stay tuned to find out if and when any of the groups will implement these water collection designs in their school gardens.

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