Posted: April 2, 2013

EWG students will be hosting a Science Fair on Wednesday morning until noon. Any parents or family members that wish to come in and see the projects are invited from 10-12pm. Some projects will also be displayed throughout parent/teacher meetings on Thursday and Friday. Also, a reminder there is no school on Friday for students.

Posted: March 11, 2013

Enjoy the sun and the longer days and make March your month to eat healthier! Here are a couple of healthy ideas to incorporate fruits and veggies into your diet. Start your day off with a  Fruit Smoothie...frozen fruit, small container of yogourt, pure orange juice and blend to perfection or try homemade trail mix using popcorn, dried fruit such as apples or strawberries, cashews, unsalted peanuts, your favorite cereal and some raisins. If you like your veggies raw...cut up celery and carrot sticks and add your favorite low calorie dip, peanut butter or eat plain!

Posted: March 11, 2013

With funding from Anglophone North School District, EWG students celebrated the Acadian culture on March 1st. They were treated to an Acadian breakfast of petit soeur, poutine a troue, baked beans, pancakes, biscuits and refreshments. The students provided the art work depicting information about the culture and acadian music played over the intercom while the staff cooked up a feast. The school wishes to thank those ladies in the community and staff members who baked and provided the delicious start to the day. Merci!

Posted: February 25, 2013

Please remember to wear your Pink Shirt on Wed. Feb. 27th.It's a colour not everyone wants to wear, but those who are brave enough to put on a pink t-shirt are sending a powerful message to bullies. According to the campaign, every seven minutes someone is bullied on a playground in Canada and its effects can be devastating. It demoralizes, wrecks self-esteem and in some cases has led to shooting and suicides. For more info about the pink shirt campaign visit

Posted: February 7, 2013

With winter coming to a peak EWG has a few things to celebrate before the snow takes flight...our Winter Wellness event takes place on the afternoon of Feb. 15th with students participating in physical activities in and outside the school. This event is guaranteed to fun and physical!  If any parent wishes to help out they may contact Cheryl Warman at 523-7970 for more information. Also, we will be highlighting our student talent on March 1st with a variety of entertainment during activity period. All parents and family are welcome to attend.

Posted: November 19, 2012

Two things are happening this week at EWG...first, today kicks off our annual food drive in support of the Kent County Food Bank. Students can bring in a non-perishable food item and fill out a ballot to win some prizes! Also, Thurs. Nov. 22nd from 6-8pm there will be parent/teacher meetings for anyone wishing to discuss their child's progress and report cards. Parents too can drop off an item for the food bank, fill out their child's name on the ballot. The food drive is set up in the little glassed in area by the cafeteria. On Friday, Nov. 23rd from 9-12pm interviews will take place again.

Posted: November 9, 2012

A reminder to parents and students that there will be no school on Monday, Nov. 12th and on Wed. Nov. 14th school pictures are being taken.

Posted: November 5, 2012

The Tom Graham bridge on Route 510, through Main River will be closed to all traffic Nov 6 - 23rd inclusive.  Regular bus routes that will be impacted by this closure have been given alternate routes and students will be advised of their change.

Posted: November 2, 2012

From November 1-9th, EWG Middle School students and staff raised $105 for the Canadian Hero Scholarship Fund. This fund enables children and spouses of fallen soldiers a chance at post-secondary education. Since 2002 over 150 men and women have died in battle for us.  

Posted: October 17, 2012

Anglophone North School District wants you to design a new logo. School Districts 15 and 16 have joined together and we need a new logo that represents our rich and diverse school district. If selected, your logo will be used on signs, letterheads and other items that promote public recognition.   What should your logo represent?  Education in Northern New Brunswick!  Remember: ·        Logo must be as simple as possible. Too many details are difficult to reproduce. 


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