Eagle View Elementary School

"Learning For Life"


Yearbooks are Here!


The EVES Yearbook Club is proud to say our yearbooks have arrived. We have 30 extra copies at $20 each. First come, first served. If you have ordered a yearbook, but haven’t sent money yet, please pay ASAP to ensure you get one.
Thanks for supporting Eagle View!


EVES School Mask

Our school unveiled the newly carved mask created by artist, Jason Hunt, at the Kwakiutl Big House on June 16, 2016.  The artist in residence project allowed students to learn about carving tools and each class was able to see the piece come alive from a block of wood to it being used on the dance floor.


Another Summer Camp!

St. Columba Summer Camp


Track and Field Results

The results are in! EVES was outstanding at the District Track and Field Meet last Wednesday. Congratulations to our athletes on a job well done!



Cookie Sale!!

Cookie Sale! Our Life Skills Program will be selling cookies at lunchtime on Tuesday, June 7. Cookies are 50 cents each and will be sold in the front foyer. Chocolate Chip Oatmeal 🙂

Eagle View Elementary School's photo.


Eagle View Elementary School Garden Project Fundraiser – GROW WITH US

Click HERE to access the fundraising catalogue.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the school.

Thank you for your support!


S.A.V.E. Club T-Shirts

Thank you to the Eagle View S.A.V.E. Club (Students Against Violence Everywhere) which recently designed and purchased a school set of t-shirts. The logo was designed by the club and the shirts were then distributed to all of our students and staff. “SAVE chapters are growing and making a positive difference across the nation. SAVE is a unique and powerful approach to youth safety because it recognizes the role that young people can take in making schools and communities safer. Because SAVE chapters are established and operated by students, the opportunity to spread the message of nonviolence to young people and their communities is enhanced when SAVE chapters exist. Focusing on crime prevention, conflict management and service projects, SAVE students are providing positive peer influences in violence prevention efforts.” —www.nationalsave.org


S.A.V.E. Club cancelled on April 12 due to Student Led Conferences

Parent Information – S.A.V.E. Club will be cancelled on Tuesday, April 12, due to the Student Led Conferences.


Dragon Boating Correction

Correction: Dragon Boating is open to Grade 6 and 7 learners only. Grade 5 learners are not allowed to participate in this activity due to not meeting the age requirements from Dragon Boat Canada Guidelines. We apologize for the mistake. It is our hope that we will be able to offer this experience next year as well. If you have any question or concerns, please contact Mr. Barfoot by email sbarfoot@sd85.bc.ca.


Track Practices: Grades 2 – 7

Track practices will be held at the Port Hardy Secondary School Track on Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 8:00 AM, starting on Tuesday April 19th. Please ensure your child does not show up at PHSS any earlier than 7:50 AM as teacher supervision will not be available.

Learners must arrive on time and wear shoes suitable for running – no skateboard shoes. Have them bring a water bottle to practices. They will need it!

Attendance will be kept. The track meet is scheduled for Wednesday, June 8th (All Day). Learners from Grades 2 – 7 are encouraged to participate!

Learners must have a signed permission form handed into the office to participate. Permission forms can be found at the office.

Mrs. Williamson, Mrs. Grenier, Ms. Johnson, Mr. Barfoot

Here is a link for the permission form:

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