As we close out the school year, we took the time to celebrate with our Lower Campus Students and teachers – some amazing photo opportunities! We will miss you all and already look forward to September!  
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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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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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East Coast Varsity March Break Camp (16th-20th) ECV is excited for another great week of skill-based instruction, sport, games, and activities. Each camp has 2 main sports sessions daily with integrated games/activities, downtime, and daily adventures! (Swimming, Skating, Movies and More!) Hockey Skills Sessions Headed 
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The grade 9 science students have been exploring issues related to climate change both locally and globally; recognizing that we drastically need to change many of our habits in order to sustain and improve our quality of life here on Earth. Today the grade 9s 
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Last week the Grade 6s worked on some hands-on experiments to further their knowledge of static electricity. It sure looks like a great time!! #ECVPride
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Today is the first day that we are on the ice! We kicked off Monday morning with the Pre-Primary Kids having a skate! There was a lot of excitement, smiles and after a quick warmup some fun on the ice! #ECVPride `
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At East Coast Varsity we make sure that students have an opportunity to learn from each other – leadership is important. #ECVPride
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