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!
EWG students helped put together a float for this year's Richibucto Parade under the direction of Mr. Theriault and Mrs. Goodwin. The students worked after school decorating, painting and postermaking! Thanks to everyone who helped out and to those students who took part in the parade and walked with the float on Saturday evening. Check out the photo gallery for more pics on the preparations!
Students are collecting non-perishable food items in support of the local food bank. Every item donated receives a ballot for a chance to win prizes at EWG! Thank you for your support and please share this information with your network!
It's Report Card Time! Parents are welcome to attend the EWG event on the evening of Nov. 17th from 6-8pm and again on Friday morning, the 18th from 9-12pm. There will be no school for students on Friday, Nov. 18th.
The Village of Rexton is celebrating 50 years of incorporation!~ Students at all three Rexton schools were asked to participate in a poster/art/poetry contest! Ashley Jones, Village Manager presented EWG's Brooklyn Corbett, Jacob Mayusa and Shayline Leblanc with their cash prizes on Nov. 9th. Congrats to the students and thank you to the Village for including us in your celebrations!
ATTENTION; EWG will hold their lockdown drill on Wednesday, Nov. 2nd at approximately 9:30. There will be no physical access to the school during the drill which should take approximately one half hour. Thank you for your cooperation.
Support and wear your orange shirt on Friday! We do this in remembrance of the experiences of former students of Indian Residential Schools and is a commitment to ongoing reconciliation in Canada. Orange Shirt Day is also an opportunity for First Nations, local governments, schools and communities to come together in the spirit of reconciliation and hope for generations of children to come.