Does your teacher have a classroom or subject web page that supports your classroom experience? Are you and your fellow students so proud of your school that you are busting to let others know about it? Have you used technology in your classroom to help you learn?If so then the 2014 ASD-N CUTE Awards are for you.
NOMINATE your Teacher’s Web Page (parents can also make nominations for this award),
Get involved with making a School Spirit Video - You could win a SMARTBOARD 680 and document camera for your school!
Share your technology based classroom workand school experiences with others in the district and enter.
The deadline for submissions is March 11th, the first Tuesday after March Break.To find out about the CUTE award categories and submission procedures visit ASD-N CUTE Awards 2014. Talk to your teacher and don’t hesitate another moment!
Students and Staff at EWG Middle are encouraged to wear Pink tomorrow in support of National Pink Shirt Day! Everyone needs to be supportive of one another, be kind and treat people like you would want to be treated. Help stop bully's in their tracks and make your school and community a better place!
Students of EWG or surrounding schools who are 12 years of age or will be very soon have the opportunity to take part in the St. John Ambulance Babysitting course over the March Break. The course is scheduled for Wed. March 5th from 8:30-4pm at a cost of $40/student. If you would like to have your son/daughter take this worthwhile safety course, please call Joan at the school 523-7970 to register, email firstname.lastname@example.org or message me on facebook either the Eleanor W.
The students of EWG Middle are very fortunate to have been awarded an additional $1100 from Breakfast for Learning! This money will enhance our already existing Breakfast Program and allow us to provide more fruits/vegetables and dairy products. A huge thank you to President's Choice Children's Charity for this supplemental grant!
We are very excited to announce that the Cartier Foundation has generously donated $5000 towards the development of a multi-sensory room at E.W.G. This will allow the Methods and Resource Department to proceed with their plans to have a room available not only to the students of the Rexton area but to all those in need of using such a facility in Kent County. We are currently working on other means of financial support with the goal of reaching $14,000 upon completion. The students and staff would like to thank the foundation for their generosity and we look forward to the future and the grand opening.