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!
Congratulations to Keala Augustine who is this years' winner of the Rexton Lions Club Peace Poster contest. Keala won $50 and her submission is headed to PEI to be judged at the next level. Thanks to the Lions Club for the opportunity to take part and to Leanne Mitton presenting on behalf of the club.
Parents and guardians are invited to complete an online survey on child care in New Brunswick as part of the public consultation being conducted by the Child Care Sector Task Force.
The survey is available at : www.gnb.ca/engageNB
The survey will remain online until Nov. 2. It represents a chance for New Brunswickers to tell the taskforce what kind of child care they are looking for, what options they have found, what works and what does not work in the current system.