EWG is hosting their annual meet the teacher event on Wednesday, Sept. 30th @6:30pm! This is a great opportunity to meet your child's teacher, ask questions and for those who have never been in our community school, take a little tour and see all of our wonderful facilities! Everyone is welcome, bring your child along!Also, it is picture day that morning, please remember to have returned your signed media release forms!
Grade 6 students only will begin school on Tuesday, September 8th. This is a day to meet your teachers and get acquainted with your new school surroundings! Lunch will be served for free in the cafeteria (spaghetti) but if you do not like that choice you are to bring your own bagged lunch. A microwave is also available if you need to heat something up! Welcome and enjoy your day!
Students who attended the University of New Brunswick Competition on May 8th in Moncton, NB EWG Grade 7 Parker Kaye Demitri Pellerin Jasmine Delorey Ronan Rogers EWG Grade 8 Savannah Gallant-Whalen Karrie Sock Eden Barlow John Roberts
EWG is very proud to announce that Devonya Levi is this years award winner. Devonya along with her family and Mr. and Mrs. Scully attended the ceremony in the Miramichi where Devonya received her award and congratulations. Way to go Devonya!
Congratulations to our lucky winners in grade 6 Cody Lawson 1st and Patrick Knockwood 2nd. Grade 7 Ronan Rogers 1st and Cody Halas Moulton 2nd and our grade 8 -2nd place winner was Austin Robichaud. The boys made their school proud and we want to thank Mrs. Vienneau for spearheading this club!
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).