Eagle View Elementary School

"Learning For Life"

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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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Ms. Goyette’s Grade 6/7 Class Remembrance Day Art Project

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EVES Book Fair Schedule

EVES Book Fair Schedule:

Tuesday, Oct. 10 and Wednesday, Oct. 11:
-Open at 8:30 am. Closed for recess. Opens again at lunch and closes at 7:00 p.m.

Thursday, Oct. 12:
-All hours are same except the fair will close at 4:00 p.m.

We look forward to seeing you!

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Volunteers Needed For ONE TO ONE Program

Eagle View is once again looking for volunteers for our ONE TO ONE reading/literacy program. If you can help support our students, please fill out the attached forms, or contact the school for more information. 

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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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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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Come Plant With Us!

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Thank You For Your Support

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Students Not Returning in September

Eagle View is currently building our classroom compositions for next year. Please let us know if your child(ren) will not be returning to the school in September.

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Doodle 4 Google Canada Contest

Doodle 4 Google Canada is a national contest inviting students from Kindergarten to Grade 12 to redesign the logo for the Google.ca homepage for a day.*

As Canada blows out a whole lot of candles for its 150th birthday this year, what better way to celebrate than by asking students to imagine what the next 150 years will look like? Google believes our youth hold the key to a bright future for Canada, and can’t wait to see what their optimism, creativity and imagination give rise to.

The winning doodle will be featured on the Google Canada homepage for 24 hours. The winning student will also receive a $10,000 university scholarship, a Google Chromebook, and a $10,000 technology award for their current school along with a trip to the final event on June 13, 2017.

Here’s the link:  https://doodles.google.ca/d4g/

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