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.
EWG Administration and Staff invite all parents to attend their meet and greet on Thursday, September 22 from 6-7pm. Parents will be welcomed at 6pm and introduced to our new Principal and Vice-principal followed by break out sessions with your child's teachers. Please feel free to also take a tour of our school.
THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION WAS SENT HOME TO PARENTS AND NEEDS SIGNED AND RETURNED ASAP TO YOUR HOMEROOM TEACHER!
Student information sheet, media coverage(without this students will not be allowed to have pictures taken),Student Photo forms (Picture Day is Sept 21) and Grade 7 Immunization permission form. Please check with your son/daughter and see that these forms are returned to their homeroom teacher or the office as soon as possible. Thank you for your cooperation!
EWG Students and Staff took part in the Big Crunch and were reminded to eat healthy and participate! They also listened to an irish tune, compliments of Mr. Theriault before heading off to class! It's important to recognize all our cultures and at EWG what better way than with music!
Students and staff were treated to a morning of french culture through song, thanks to local musician, Matthew Arsenault. Matthew's performance included a power point depicting local acadian musicians and a background on each of the songs he sang. The students really enjoyed the upbeat tempo and it was a great cultural event!