Eagle View Elementary School

"Learning For Life"


EVES Garden

EVES is starting a community garden – you may have seen some of our posts about fundraising.  As part of the process, Ms. Wilson has started a blog to document the progress of this project from initial thoughts onwards.

Here’s the link, please clink on it to continue to her blog:  https://evesgarden.edublogs.org


Fun Day at EVES June 22

Thank you to PAC and all our volunteers for helping and sponsoring the events. Thank you to Mr. Barfoot, Mrs. Sedola and our teachers for organizing the day.

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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!


Another cool summer camp – Lego and robotics!


Eagle View Big House Celebration

Our year end celebration at the Kwakiutl Big House was a beautiful success.  Thank you to our First Nations staff who meticulously prepared and carried out this event, and thank you to the Kwakiutl First Nation.  Our students made us so proud.

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Kindergarten Graduation 2016!

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Congratulations to the P.H.S.S. Graduating Class of 2016!

The Grads came to Eagle View today and our whole school lined the halls to send our congratulations and well wishes to our Grads. We are proud of each and every one of you – enjoy your ceremonies this Saturday 🙂IMG_3548 IMG_3555 IMG_3561


Hot Dog Day! Friday – June 17!

The Eagle View Elementary Trail Project is hosting a Hot Dog Day on June 17.  Please see the order form below for details.  It’s the last Friday of the school year – let’s eat hot dogs!  Orders are due back in the office by Wednesday, June 15.


Build an Earthquake Proof Structure…………..And Go!

On May 27, Ms. Galloway held a special Science Technology Engineering and Math challenge for the Grade 4, 5, and 6 Project Based Learning classes.  Their challenge was to build an earthquake-proof structure out of materials including pipe cleaners, tape, popsicle sticks, straws, toothpicks and elastic bands.  Teams were given a set time and then were asked to explain why their structure would hold up in an earthquake.

These types of challenges see students working, thinking, and creating with other students whom they might not necessarily collaborate with in a classroom setting.  It was great to see these minds engaged and hard at work!

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Our New Anthem is Here!


Our new school anthem is here!  Thanks to the band Speed Control (and a few lucky EVES students who were able to write with them) – Eagle View has a great new tune!

For more on this amazing band, please click HERE to check out their website www.speedcontrol.ca




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