Earth Day Global Halt was a Street Art campaign that showcased hundreds of climate-themed pieces from around the world that were revealed on Earth Day 2020 – connecting artists and sharing perspectives on our future as a warming planet.  As the theme of this year’s 
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The Grade 9 class took a short break last week from their Current Events unit in Language Arts to focus on spreading some positivity and love in their communities. Here are a few pictures from the grade 9 students showing their support and how we 
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Mr. King put out a Hula Hoop Challenge to our Lower Elementary students, and here are just a few of the amazing submissions! Great job, friends! I think our students may need to teach Mr. King a few tricks 😉
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As part of the Atoms, Elements & Compounds unit, the Grade 9 Science students explored physical and chemical changes during a cooking/baking challenge…and are developing some essential life skills in the process!
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Check out this amazing video! Fun with Shapes in Ms. Hilewitz’s class! #ECVPride
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The Quebec International Pee-Wee Hockey Tournament is the most prestigious minor hockey tournament in the world. It takes place in the beautiful city of Quebec, at the Videotron Center and the Pavillon de la Jeunesse, and allows teams from all over the world to enjoy 
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The East Coast Varsity Soccer Team is holding a fundraising Yard Sale at Porters Lake Community Centre on Sunday, March 8th. 10:00am- 1:00pm (set up starting at 9:00)! Staff, parents, children, friends of the school, can rent a table for $10 and sell their ‘wares’! 
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This month for Valentines Day, the Lower Campus did a number of activities. One of them was making Mr. Arsenault Birthday cards – as he gets ready for his 100th Birthday! If anyone wants to have some big feels, come read these before they are 
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Skills Canada visited the Grade 6 and Grade 4/5 classes today to teach them all about the 9 Essential Skills. The students got to work together with some hands-on activities to experience and discuss the skills themselves.
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