EWG unveils their Wooden Bookshelf" with Charles "The Woodchuck" Bernard as lead artist. With the generous contribution from the Department of Education/Early Childhood Education and the Government of NB. EWG was the receipient of an Art Smart Grant. Each student collaborated and worked with Mr. Bernard and Mr. Dale Mundle (Lead Teacher) to produce a bookshelf with over 170 book titles of the students and staff's favorite literary creations. Many thanks to Mr. Bernard and Mr. Mundle! The bookshelf will be displayed in the atrium for public display.
Heritage Fair took place the Friday before the March Break. Many exhibits, projects and special guests were on hand to help celebrate Canada's 150th! We were priveleged to have Alan Hermitage and his some of his antique collection along with Marcia Porier from Wild About Wampum! The Day ended with a Food Expo with an array of locally purchased and homemade delectibles! Thanks to the staff, teachers, RES and their students for being part of our day! Pictured in our feature are Noah Wylie and Matthew Cail with their Happy Birthday Canada Project!
EWG has a very active and engaging after school activity period. Please see Picture Gallery for some of the many activities we have to offer. Students sign up for the activities they enjoy or have the option of study hall where they can receive help in their courses, do their homework or read!
Reminder to parents and guardians that there will be a 1/2 day on Friday, December 23rd. Students will be picked up between 11:30-11:50 on Friday at the schools to be bussed home. We wish everyone a happy holiday and look forward to the new year!
Tuesday, December 20th, EWG Foods will be serving their annual free turkey dinner! Students who do not wish to have this meal should bring a lunch from home as there will be no other food served tomorrow! Thank you to EWG Foods, the generous donations we received from local business, non-profits and staff members for making this tradition happen once again!