There will be a 3 hour workshop called SAFE TALK that alerts one to warning signs indicating risk of suicide. The workshop emphasizes the importance of recognizing the signs, communicating with the person at risk and getting help or resources for the person at risk. This is being offered thE evening of April 2nd at Eleanor W. Graham Middle School at 6:30pm. Please register before April 1st by leaving a message at 876-3586 with your name and phone number. Everyone 15yrs of age and older is welcome to register.
Over the past several weeks, students have
been working on Canadian cultural projects and now it’s time to share! EWG hosted its first Heritage Fair Thursday afternoon, March 12 and Friday
morning, March 13. Students from grades six through eight displayed their
projects for judging and RES grade 5 students came over to see what they will have to do next year!. Special guest exhibits and musical performances were
ASD-N Students! 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 2015 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 school could win an Ipad Mini Videography Kit (sponsored
by Kinsmen Club of the Miramichi).
The Anchor Multifunctional Center is offering the babysitting course, in english on Friday, February 13th. Please see attached poster for details...you can call 523-7843 to register or for more information!
With Chloe Avery and Emme Warman as our school champions, EWG Students and Staff are taking part in a campaign to bring jeans to the homeless through the Teens for Jeans program with Aeropostale! We've made it a battle of the classes at EWG with students competing to see who can bring in the most jeans. Each pair will be donated in the hopes of providing warmth and awareness to a very important cause! If you have gently used jeans feel free to drop them off at EWG or donate through a student....they will receive the points and a chance to win some prizes at the school level.
Attention all wrestlers...old and new! KWC will soon start up their Middle and Elementary after-school programs. Please contact Heidi Whalen via facebook or at 521-1168 if interested in taking part in these programs. Practices will be 2 or 3 nights after school as well as tournaments on Saturdays. Season ends middle of May with a big tournament in Ontario. Wrestling is a great way for our young athletes to take part in a fitness program, learn team building skills as well as meet new friends from many different places. Tournaments are optional.
Lions Club International hold their annual Peace Poster contest each year, this years theme is "Peace, Love and Understanding". Students from EWG were asked to take part through our local Rexton Lions Club. Brooklyn Corbett submitted the winning poster for this area and received a check for $50 and a certificate of participation by Lion member Leigh Ann Mitton. The presentation took place during morning assembly in front of the student body. Emma Robichaud (not in picture) was chosen as runner up. Brooklyn's poster is off to the next level of competition this weekend...good luck Brooklyn!
Terry Fox was supported on Friday, Nov. 7th. Over $500 was raised for this worthwhile event. Cole Dunn was our top pledge winner followed very closely by Holli Robertson. The students walked in the gym and listened to music because of the inclement weather. Thanks to all those who supported this worthwhile cause.
The students of EWG held their Remembrance Day assembly on Friday morning. Many thanks to those students who particpated. Jeffrey Mitton was our Emcee who introduced our theme for this year "Pittance of Time" by Terry Kelly. Our own Mya and Austin performed the song accompanied by Mr. Theriault. Former student Shanece Wilson returned to play the Last Post and Reveille. Poems by John McCrae and a local veteran were read followed by a minute of silence. Thanks also to Mrs. Scully's afterschool group for the lovely display in the lobby and to Mr. Edwin Hudson, Mr. Al Corcoran and Mr.