Eagle View Elementary School

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Science Projects Wanted For Health and Wellness Fair

Calling all science fair students! The North Island Mall is looking for any students who would like to display their science projects at the Health and Wellness Fair on Saturday, April 7th. Parents, if you are interested, please call Carol @ 250-230-0994.

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Early Dismissal On Tuesday, April 10

IMPORTANT! Early dismissal at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, April 10, to accommodate for Student Led Conferences. Buses will be here an hour earlier to pick up students.

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School Closed for Easter and Pro D

IMPORTANT: Eagle View will be closed from Friday, March 30, up to and including Tuesday, April 3, for Easter Weekend and a Professional Development Day. We will be open for learning again Wednesday, April 4.

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Spare Clothes For Rainy Days

Reminder: Please ensure your children are dressed for rainy weather. It is very rare for the students to stay in at lunch and recess. Please have a spare set of clothes in their backpack, and rubber boots for days like these. This ensures the students can change quickly if they get wet and get back to learning.
Thank you.

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Lost And Found and Lunch!

Friday, March 16, is the last day to go through the Lost and Found. Please come have a look!
Also, Student Leadership and PAC are putting on a FREE hot lunch for the students before school closes for the week for Spring Break.
See you all back on March 26. 🍀

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EVES Gwam’yasapa

What a beautiful day for a celebration at the Fort Rupert Big House. Congratulations to Harold Nelson, Pauline Johnson, Bea Wadhams, and the rest of the team of students and staff who prepared for, practiced, and helped to make this a fantastic experience. Thank you to the Kwakiutl First Nation for welcoming us.

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Reminders This Week!

This last week before our Spring Break is proving to be a busy one!  Just a few friendly reminders before the break:

  • The entire school is heading to Fort Rupert on Thursday, March 15 at 9:15 a.m.   Please ensure you have sent back the attached permission form to your child’s teacher before then.  Also, please have your children to school on time as the bus will be leaving promptly.
  • Lost and Found – all items have been laid out in the main hallway.  Please come and check to see if any items belong to your family.  All items not picked up by lunch on Friday, March 16 will be taken to the Thrift Store.
  • The entire school is being treated to a FREE hot lunch on Friday, March 16.  Thank you in advance to our parent helpers!

Have a great Spring Break – we will see everyone back here on Monday, March 26.

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Time Change This Weekend!

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Important Notice Regarding Road Closures

The Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations & Rural Development is planning a capital upgrade of several bridges and crossing structures on the San Josef Main FSR during the summers of 2018 and 2019. In 2018 we are planning to replace 7 bridges and one embedded CMP between 14.7km and 16km.

The road will be closed for bridge construction during the following periods:

  • Monday June 18- Thursday June 21 2018
  • Monday June 25- Thursday June 28 2018
  • Tuesday Sept 4- Friday Sept 72018
  • Tuesday Sept 11- Friday Sept 14 2018

 

We are not planning any road closures in the months of July or August, however if weather conditions in June are too wet, we may need to shut down during July. We will not impact any long weekends.

 

Please share this information with logging foremen, contractor reps, TSL Licensees, park operators and the general public.

 

The Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations & Rural Development will be posting signs as well as placing the above shut down dates in the North Island Gazette newspaper, and on CBC Radio and CFNI Radio.

 

The scheduled shut downs for 2019 will be communicated in the same manner during the winter of 2018/19.

 

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact The Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations & Rural Development Engineering reps Sasha.Ward@gov.bc.ca or Alan.Bratosh@gov.bc.ca.

 

Thank you for your patience during this capital road upgrade.

 

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Parent Helpers Needed: Friday, March 16 for FREE Hot Lunch

EVES is providing a FREE hot lunch on Friday, March 16, and WE NEED PARENT HELPERS to make this happen! Please let us know if you can spare some time between 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. to help cook and serve the students chili or chicken noodle soup. This lunch is always a big hit with the kids!

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