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Inclement weather and bus cancellation information reminderhttp://eas.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/school-news/91Inclement weather and bus cancellation information reminder<p>​</p> <p>All information regarding cancelled buses in Simcoe County is posted on the Simcoe County Student Transportation Consortium (SCSTC)’s bus information website at <a href="http://www.simcoecountyschoolbus.ca/" target="_blank"><span style="font-size:11pt;font-family:"arial", sans-serif;color:#0563c1;border:1pt none windowtext;padding:0in;">www.simcoecountyschoolbus.ca</span></a><span style="font-size:11pt;font-family:"arial", sans-serif;color:black;">. <span class="ms-rteThemeFontFace-1" style="font-size:13px;">Our school is in the </span></span><span class="ms-rteThemeFontFace-1">Central zone. When buses are cancelled, schools remain open for</span> student learning, unless otherwise noted. It is always a family decision whether or not it is safe for their child(ren) to leave for school under severe weather conditions.<span style="color:black;"></span></p><p><span style="font-size:13px;"><span class="ms-rteThemeFontFace-1" style="color:black;font-size:13px;">The Consortium and bus operators try to make the decision to cancel school buses before 6 a.m. and make every effort to post announcements before 7 a.m. Inclement weather cancellations are effective for the whole day and buses cancelled in the morning will not run at the end of the day. </span><span style="border:1pt none windowtext;padding:0in;"><span class="ms-rteThemeFontFace-1" style="font-size:13px;">You can follow the Consortium on Twitter @SCSTC_SchoolBus f</span>or bus cancellations and other information. You can also subscribe to receive bus delay notifications here: </span><a href="https://scstc.ca/Subscriptions" target="_blank"><span style="font-size:11pt;font-family:"arial", sans-serif;color:#0563c1;border:1pt none windowtext;padding:0in;">https://scstc.ca/Subscriptions</span></a><span style="color:black;"></span></span></p><p><span style="font-size:13px;"><span class="ms-rteThemeFontFace-1" style="color:black;font-size:13px;">For school event cancellations in case of inclement weather, follow our school’s Twitter account at </span><span class="ms-rteThemeFontFace-1" style="font-size:13px;">EAS </span>Announcements or listen to your local radio station for event cancellation information.<span style="color:black;"></span></span></p>
Morning Announcements week of January 14th, 2019http://eas.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/school-news/89Morning Announcements week of January 14th, 2019<h2>Thursday January 17th</h2><p><br>Bell Let’s Talk Day, January 30, is just around the corner and Eastview is helping to erase the stigma that still exists around mental illness.<br>Did you know that 27% of Canadians said they would be fearful of being around someone who suffers from serious mental illness?<br><strong>Be kind</strong> is the 3rd way that we can eliminate stigma. Simple kindness can make the world of difference. Whether it’s a smile or being a good listener, these simple acts of kindness can help open up the conversation and let someone know you are there for them.<br>Expressions like “You’ll get over it” and “Just relax” can minimize how a person is feeling. Instead offer your support and say “I’m sorry you aren’t feeling well.” Ask what you can do to help.<br>Remember that our teachers, guidance counsellors, school social worker and principals are here to listen.<br><br>Equity council meeting TODAY, Thursday the 17th in room 173 at lunch. Come by and find out what projects we have on the horizon! New members are welcome to find out more about our role at Eastview!<br><br>Attention All Wildcats:  Second semester draft timetables can be viewed on the <strong>Student Portal</strong> by clicking on the <span id="part1"><span><strong class="ms-rteForeColor-2">STUDENTS</strong></span></span> drop-down menu on Eastview’s Website and logging in with your SCDSB username and password.  Teachers and room numbers are still subject to change.  If you need to request a <strong style="text-decoration:underline;">change of course</strong> for second semester, please make a Guidance appointment.  Please note that level changes require parent or guardian consent.  You should not be leaving class to come to Guidance, please coming during your lunch or spare period if you need to make an appointment.  Thanks!<br><br>Attention all Wildcats! This Friday, January 18th is our universal semester one due date in the library! That means your ISU novels, manga, history essay research books...ALL  library materials need to be returned this week. Please finish up with them and return them to the library asap. Thank you!<br><br>Those wishing to decompress are invited to the Knitting Club on Thursday in the library at 2:45.  This will be our last meeting until semester 2.<br><br>The Super Smash Brothers Ultimate Tournament will be on Friday in the music room - Room 204. Can't wait to see you there!<br><br>Please listen to a quick message from Chartwells.<br>Join us in the café today for our around the world special. We will be serving Chinese style sweet and sour pineapple chicken with rice for only $5.95.  Thank you and we appreciate your business.<br><br>Hey Eastview! Tomorrow is your day to wear your comfiest clothes or pyjamas, buy some popcorn, and even win a prize! Just post a picture of you or a group on Instagram with the hashtag #essSpirit and tag @EastviewStudentGovernment. Stop by the Wildcat Lounge tomorrow as well: student government is selling butter popcorn for only $2! So don't forget wildcats, bring $2 for popcorn and wear your comfy clothes or pyjamas tomorrow! That's tomorrow Eastview, you don't want to miss it. <br><br><strong>Are you a youth looking for work?</strong> Are you attending the Youth Job Fair at the Barrie Public Library on January 19, 2019? The Career Centre can help! Come to the Career Centre on January 15, 2019 from 4:45 to 5:45 and find out more about how the Career Centre can help with your job search needs. Bring a friend! Employers are hiring NOW for the summer!<br><br>Yesterday afternoon your junior girls volleyball team hosted and competed in Barrie City Championships.  After winning their pool the girls took out Nantyr Shores in the semi-finals earning a spot in the gold medal match vs Bear Creek.  Although the girls played their hearts up they came up short in a very hard fought, close battle, to earn the silver.  Congratulations to all the girls on a fantastic afternoon and evening of volleyball! Coach Kalbfleisch and Gross are very proud of you all!<br><br>Yesterday the Alpine Ski team hosted and competed in a giant slalom race at Alpine Ski Club in Collingwood. Here are the highlights,<br>The level one girls won their third race in a row, though the level of competition seems to be increasing. This squad was again led by Abby McFarlane, Sydney Elliott and Ava Koslowski. Maddy Branden had her best finish of her racing career as well. Emily Elliott and Yuna Sheppard added depth to the team with respectable finishes.<br>Reid Monteith continued his excellent racing season by finishing 3rd in a field of 102 level one boys racers. <br>Emily Elliott enjoyed competing at her home club and finished strong with a 6th place finish.<br>Hale Mahon served admirably as the announcer for the race and proved that he is a natural talent in that role! Thank you Hale for helping us yesterday!<br><br>The Eastview Nordic SkiCats hit the trails yesterday at Hardwood, coming away with some impressive performances! Once again, Reid Kidner dominated the Senior Boys race, taking gold. Will Smith was 6th and Jackson Rothenburg was 11th, with AJ Kapty finishing 18th in his first ever senior race. <br>Sierra Mandonald took bronze in Senior girls, with Molly Trayling finishing 8th. Rookie skier Mia Macdonald jumped into senior after breaking a ski in her novice race and finished an incredible 12th. <br>In Junior Boys, Colt Penrose took silver, with Eric Good taking bronze. <br>The junior girls division was DOMINATED by Eastview, as we SWEPT the first seven places and took the over all title!. Gillian Evans took GOLD, with Mikenna Adair taking silver and Hannah Trombley taking bronze, followed closely by Leah Waterfield, Hillary Roye, Jessica Brady and Macy Macmenemy. <br>In the novice girls category, Ashley Anderson took bronze, with Lauren Nelson finishing a strong 5th place. <br>Carter Henry finished 9th in the novice boys race. <br><br>Yesterday our girls hockey team clinched first place in the regular season with a 4 – 2 win over Innisdale. Alexa Pongo scored 2 goals with singles going to Natalia Smith and Gracyn Emmerton. Jenna Mowat and Kennedy Lynch had strong games and goalie Faith Miller made several great saves.<br>Congratulation Wildcats!<br><br></p><h2>Wednesday January 16th</h2><p><br>On Bell Let’s Talk Day, January 30, Eastview will be joining the conversation around mental health.<br>Don’t forget, you can text, call, and join the conversation on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and Snapchat. <br>This morning we’re sharing with you the 2nd way that we can work together to end stigma. <strong>Educate yourself:</strong> Stigma has been around for a long time and knowing the facts and myths about mental illness can be a great way to help end stigma. <br>If you find yourself needing someone to talk to, remember that our teachers, guidance counsellors, school social worker and principals are here to listen<br><br>Equity council meeting TOMORROW, Thursday the 17th in room 173 at lunch. Come by and find out what projects we have on the horizon! New members are welcome to find out more about our role at Eastview!<br><br>Attention All Wildcats:  Second semester draft timetables can be viewed on the<strong> Student Portal</strong> by clicking on the <strong class="ms-rteForeColor-2">STUDENTS</strong> drop-down menu on Eastview’s Website and logging in with your SCDSB username and password.  Teachers and room numbers are still subject to change.  If you need to request a <span style="text-decoration:underline;"><strong>change of course</strong></span> for second semester, please make a Guidance appointment.  Please note that level changes require parent or guardian consent.  You should not be leaving class to come to Guidance, please coming during your lunch or spare period if you need to make an appointment.  Thanks!<br><br>Attention all Wildcats! This Friday, January 18th is our universal semester one due date in the library! That means your ISU novels, manga, history essay research books...ALL  library materials need to be returned this week. Please finish up with them and return them to the library asap. Thank you!<br><br>Those wishing to decompress are invited to the Knitting Club on Thursday in the library at 2:45.  This will be our last meeting until semester 2.<br><br>Please listen to a quick message from Chartwells.<br>Don’t miss out on our Visa Card Giveaway contest! Until this Friday, receive a ballot with every purchase you make, to win $100, $50 or $25 gift cards. Enter our quick customer survey for an extra entry! See café staff for details.  Our specials today are Panzerottis and Italian Pizza Wraps.  Thank you and we appreciate your business.<br><br>Hey Eastview! If you like wearing comfy clothes, eating popcorn, and winning prizes, you'll love this Friday. Wear your comfiest clothes or pyjamas and you can win a prize! Just post a picture of you or a group on Instagram with the hashtag #essSpirit and tag @EastviewStudentGovernment. Also, stop by the Wildcat Lounge on Comfy Day: student government is selling butter popcorn for only $2! So don't forget wildcats, bring $2 for popcorn and wear your comfy clothes or pyjamas this Friday!! <br><br><strong>Are you a youth looking for work?</strong> Are you attending the Youth Job Fair at the Barrie Public Library on January 19, 2019? The Career Centre can help! Come to the Career Centre on January 15, 2019 from 4:45 to 5:45 and find out more about how the Career Centre can help with your job search needs. Bring a friend! Employers are hiring NOW for the summer!<br><br>Eastview volleyball fans.  This afternoon your junior girls volleyball team will be playing in and hosting the Barrie City Championships.  If you are a volleyball fan or just want to come out to support your friends on the team make your way down to the gym after school today.  8 teams from around Barrie will be vying for the right to be called Barrie's best.  See you there!<br><br>The junior boys basketball team travelled to Toronto yesterday to take part in the Hoopdome Tournament.  The cats fell short in their first game by a score of 60-54.   But they bounced back to win their final two matches in close scores of 53-47 and 60-55.   A special nod goes out to Colby Redwood who had his best games of the season.  Jayden Scobie, Cal MacArthur and Liam Alexander led the team’s offense throughout the day while Patrick Nightingale and Brayden Folliott were rebound machines!<br>Great job boys!<br></p><h2>Tuesday January 15th</h2><p><br>On Bell Let’s Talk Day, January 30, Eastview will be joining the conversation around mental health.<br>On Bell Let’s Talk Day, for every text, mobile and long distance call by Bell customers, tweet using #BellLetsTalk, social media video view, or use of the Facebook frame or Snapchat filter, Bell will contribute 5 cents more to Canadian mental health programs.<br>Help end the stigma around mental illness. It’s easier than you think!<br><strong>Language matters</strong>: The words you use can make all the difference. Words can help but they can also hurt. Explain to friends who use words like “psycho” or “crazy” without thinking, that their comments may be hurtful. <br>Together, the students at Eastview can help end the stigma around mental illness.  Remember that our teachers, guidance counsellors, school social worker and principals are here to listen.<br><br>Attention Graduating Students,<br>This is a reminder that university applications are due January 16th and College applications are due February 1st. Don’t delay! See Guidance with any questions.<br><br>Attention All Wildcats:  Second semester draft timetables can be viewed on the <strong>Student Portal</strong> by clicking on the <strong class="ms-rteForeColor-2">STUDENTS</strong> drop-down menu on Eastview’s Website and logging in with your SCDSB username and password.  Teachers and room numbers are still subject to change.  If you need to request a <strong style="text-decoration:underline;">change of course</strong> for second semester, please make a Guidance appointment.  Please note that level changes require parent or guardian consent.  You should not be leaving class to come to Guidance, please coming during your lunch or spare period if you need to make an appointment.  Thanks!<br><br>Attention all Wildcats! This Friday, January 18th is our universal semester one due date in the library! That means your ISU novels, manga, history essay research books...ALL  library materials need to be returned this week. Please finish up with them and return them to the library asap. Thank you!<br><br>Please listen to a quick message from Chartwells.<br>Happy Customer Appreciation Day! We will be offering specialty treats and alarm clock specials. Come to the café and join in the festivities. Thank you and we appreciate your business.<br><br>Hey Eastview! If you like wearing comfy clothes, eating popcorn, and winning prizes, you'll love this Friday. Wear your comfiest clothes or pyjamas and you can win a prize! Just post a picture of you or a group on Instagram with the hashtag #essSpirit and tag @EastviewStudentGovernment. Also, stop by the Wildcat Lounge on Comfy Day: student government is selling butter popcorn for only $2! So don't forget wildcats, bring $2 for popcorn and wear your comfy clothes or pyjamas this Friday!! <br><br><strong>Are you a youth looking for work?</strong> Are you attending the Youth Job Fair at the Barrie Public Library on January 19, 2019? The Career Centre can help! Come to the Career Centre on January 15, 2019 from 4:45 to 5:45 and find out more about how the Career Centre can help with your job search needs. Bring a friend! Employers are hiring NOW for the summer!<br><br>Attention Boys Hockey,<br>The Boys Hockey Team is dismissed from class today at 12:30pm for their game in Innisfil against Nantyr Shores.  The Bus is departing at 1:00pm.<br>Again, the Boys Hockey Team is dismissed from class today at 12:30pm.  Go Get’ Em Cats!<br><br></p><h2>Monday January 14th</h2><p><br>It’s a fact: One in five Canadians will suffer from mental illness at some point in their lifetime. One of the biggest hurdles for anyone suffering from mental illness is overcoming the stigma. It is the number one reason why two-thirds of those living with a mental illness do not seek help.  Bell Let’s Talk Day is Jan. 30 and all Wildcats are invited to join the conversation at let’stalk.bell.ca <br><br>Attention Graduating Students,<br>This is a reminder that university applications are due January 16th and College applications are due February 1st. Don’t delay! See Guidance with any questions.<br><br>Attention All Wildcats:  Second semester draft timetables can be viewed on the <strong>Student Portal </strong>by clicking on the <strong class="ms-rteForeColor-2">STUDENTS</strong> drop-down menu on Eastview’s Website and logging in with your SCDSB username and password.  Teachers and room numbers are still subject to change.  If you need to request a <strong style="text-decoration:underline;">change of course</strong> for second semester, please make a Guidance appointment.  Please note that level changes require parent or guardian consent.  You should not be leaving class to come to Guidance, please coming during your lunch or spare period if you need to make an appointment.  Thanks!<br><br>The Super Smash Brothers Ultimate Tournament will be on Friday in the music room. Can't wait to see you there!<br><br>Please listen to a quick message from Chartwells.<br>Today is our tasty chicken days popcorn chicken Special. Remember to “Tweet your Treat” this month for your chance to win your fav café food for FREE! See café or visit us online for details.  FREE! Thank you and we appreciate your business.<br><br>Hey Eastview! If you like wearing comfy clothes, eating popcorn, and winning prizes, you'll love this Friday. Wear your comfiest clothes or pyjamas and you can win a prize! Just post a picture of you or a group on Instagram with the hashtag #essSpirit and tag @EastviewStudentGovernment. Also, stop by the Wildcat Lounge on Comfy Day: student government is selling butter popcorn for only $2! So don't forget wildcats, bring $2 for popcorn and wear your comfy clothes or pyjamas this Friday!! <br><br><strong>Are you a youth looking for work?</strong> Are you attending the Youth Job Fair at the Barrie Public Library on January 19, 2019? The Career Centre can help! Come to the Career Centre on January 15, 2019 from 4:45 to 5:45 and find out more about how the Career Centre can help with your job search needs. Bring a friend! Employers are hiring NOW for the summer!<br><br></p>
Inclement Weather on Exam Dayshttp://eas.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/school-news/90Inclement Weather on Exam Days<p>​In the event of a school bus cancellation on an exam day, each exam scheduled on or after that date will be moved one day later. For clarity, please see the sample scenarios in <a href="/Documents/Final%20Evaluation%20Snow%20Day%20Scenarios.pdf">this PDF document</a>.<br></p>
Morning Announcements week of January 7th, 2019http://eas.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/school-news/88Morning Announcements week of January 7th, 2019<h2>Friday January 11th</h2><p><br>Chess! Hey all you chess playing nuts! Tournament today! Yes today. Meet at room 156 at 2:45. Be there or be square. Remember to wear your team shirt! <br><br>Please listen to a quick message from Chartwells.<br>Tuesday next week is customer appreciation day and someone in your school will win a FREE large pizza but you must follow us on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter to be eligible to win. Today is our Pacific Rim special. Thank you and we appreciate your business.<br><br>Congratulations to the junior girls volleyball team who ran their league record to a perfect 6 and Oh with back to back road victories over Nantyr Shores and Innisdale this week.  The ladies will be defending their City Championships title next Wednesday, right here at Eastview.  The action will get underway at 3:30.  Come on out to cheer on the team.  <br><br>The senior girls volleyball team played 2 league games this week.  Tuesday at Nantyr and Thursday at Innisdale.  The team won both matches 3 straight and remains undefeated! Congratulations!<br><br>Yesterday the Eastview Girls Hockey team defeated North 7 – 1. Goal scorers were Gracyn Emmerton with 3, with singles going to Reagan McCluskey, Shannon Prouty, Kennedy Lynch and Jenna Mowat. Goalie Hunter Northcott got the win. Great job on defence by Audrey Busby, Abi Fee and Abbi Fenik.<br>The team will host Innisdale next Wednesday here at Eastview with first place on the line. Well done Wildcats!<br><br>The Senior Boys Basketball team played their first home league game of the new year versus Nantyr Shores on Wednesday. While the boys were able to hold Nantyr point for point and end the half in the lead (29-27), some unfortunate turnovers and limited subs allowed for Nantyr to take the lead in the fourth and end the game with a score of 77-51. Daniel Kauffman led the scoring with 16 points, followed by Brady Swain and Luke Hastings with 10 each.<br>The boys also travelled to the HoopDome tournament in Toronto yesterday. With the entire team in attendance, the all day tournament allowed for lots of playing time, extra practice and team building. The boys played three games. They won with a score of 60-30 versus Cardinal Carter, lost by one basket with a score of 52-52 versus North Toronto and battled William Lyon Mackenzie (outscoring them in the 2nd & 3rd) to come out with an unfortunate 72-57 loss. It was a great day and you made your coaches proud with how well you represented Eastview once again!<br>Next action will be the Cities Tournament taking place at Barrie North (at the end of the month) where we look forward to having a completely healed & recovered team roster.<br><br>Yesterday the alpine ski team toughed it out through some very cold conditions at Hidden Valley in Huntsville. Competing in a slalom competition there were some thrills and spills but overall the team did very well. <br>Congratulations to the level one girls for taking the top 3 of 4 spots and for winning as a team. Abby MacFarlane, Sydney Elliot and Ava Koslowski (Kos-lav-ski) led the way and were supported by strong finishes by Yuna Sheppard and Maddy Branden.<br>The level 2 girls also won their division. Congratulations to Emily Gwin, Julianna Vasques-Mayes, Mya Bodenmann and Jordan Craig. <br>On the boys side the teams are going through a development phase and improvements have been noticed. Reid Monteith and Jonathan Vasquez-Mayes led the way with very strong performances.<br>Thanks to Jonathan and Emily for their leadership during warm up.<br><br></p><h2>Thursday January 10th</h2><p><br>Video Games club is in the cafeteria this week after school on Friday, it goes until 4:30 as usual so we will see you there!<br><br>Please listen to a quick message from Chartwells.<br>Join us in the café today for our Chef Corbin special. Take a selfie with your Corbin meal and post it to Facebook, Instagram or Twitter using #chartwellscorbinselfie for your chance to win one of three signed copies of Chef Corbin’s new cookbook.  Thank you and we appreciate your business.<br><br>Congratulations to the Wildcat Nordic Ski team for the fantastic performance at Hardwood yesterday. Special mention to Leyla Barber and Reid Kidner who each won gold in their senior races, and first time racer AK Kapty who took silver in the Novice boys race! Shout out to Sierra Macdonald, Colt Penrose, and Eric Good for top 10 finishes as well. Finally, a huge congrats to our amazing WOW girls, who put 6 in the top 20 in Novice, while Gillian Evans raced to 28th out of 60 in Junior. Way to go Jessica Brady, Macy Macmenemy, Leah Waterfield, Hannah Trombley, Mikenna Adair, Hilary Roye!<br><br>The junior boys basketball team had a strong game against Nantyr shores last night, downing the tritons by a score of 56-25.   It was a collective effort by the wildcats both offensively and defensively.   Darius Kent and Gibby Grigoriadis played their best game of the season.  Top scorers were Liam Alexander, Cal McArthur and Graham Galloway.   Well done fellas!<br>Practice tonight after school boys!<br><br>Today the Eastview girls hockey team is playing north at 2:30 at the Eastview Arena - come out and support our first place wildcats!<br><br></p><h2>Wednesday January 9th</h2><p><br>Attention Graduating Students,<br>This is a reminder that university applications are due January 16th and College applications are due February 1st. Don’t delay! See Guidance with any questions.<br><br>Attention Concert Choir: today’s rehearsal will be for sopranos and altos only. Next week will be just tenors and basses.<br><br>Chess-aholics… listen up!  The chess club and team will practice today after school. That is today. Remember that the chess practices from now on will be Wednesdays. Remember also that the next tournament is this Friday after school.  Yes this Friday. More information will be given out at the practice today in room 165 at 2:45. <br><br>There will be an important meeting of the games club today after school in room 163.  Members, please plan to attend.  This will be the last meeting of the semester.  That's games club, today after school in room 163.<br><br>Video Games club is in the cafeteria this week after school on Friday, it goes until 4:30 as usual so we will see you there!<br><br>Please listen to a quick message from Chartwells.<br>Are you ready for our Chef Corbin Instagram photo contest? Just post a chef Corbin related selfie to Facebook, Instagram or Twitter using #chartwellscorbinselfie. Enter before the end of January for your chance to win one of three signed copies of Chef Corbin’s new cookbook.  Our specials today are Panzerottis and baked pasta.  Thank you and we appreciate your business.<br><br>Yesterday the Boys Hockey team faced off against the North Vikings.  The Boys opened up the scoring from the first puck drop, but continued to play around with their opponents allowing the Vikings to stay in the game.  The Wildcats at one point fell behind, but fought back, eventually potting a late goal in the third and holding on to the 5-4 victory.  Way to Go Cats!<br><br></p><h2>Tuesday January 8th</h2><p><br>Attention Graduating Eastview Students,<br>Are you planning on attending Lakehead University next year? If so, consider being Eastview’s nomination for the Lakehead University Northwestern Ontario & Simcoe County Citizenship Scholarship (NWOSCCS).<br>The NWOSCCS is awarded to ten (10) graduating Canadian students from high schools in Northwestern Ontario and Simcoe County who model good citizenship within their high schools and communities. Students must have a minimum 85% average in May (grade 12 U/M level courses), be a citizen or permanent resident of Canada and plan to attend Lakehead as a full-time student in 2019/20. <br>The application process for the 2019/20 cycle has started. Please see Mr. Wilson in Guidance to pick up an application. Applications are due January 18.<br><br>Attention Chamber Choir – today’s rehearsal after school is cancelled.<br><br>Attention Concert Choir: tomorrow’s rehearsal will be for sopranos and altos only. Next week will be just tenors and basses.<br><br>This is a reminder for all cast and crew members of Eastview's production of Boxes for the NTS Drama Festival: We will have our first rehearsal TODAY after school. Please meet in the cafe ready to begin at 2:45. If you are unable to make it, please meet outside the cafe quickly after school to get a copy of the rehearsal schedule. <br><br>Please listen to a quick message from Chartwells.<br>Happy Taco Tuesday! Join us in the café today for this popular special.<br>Don’t miss out on our Visa Card Giveaway contest! Until January 21st receive a ballot with every purchase to win $100, $50 or $25 gift cards. Enter our quick customer survey for an extra entry! See café staff for details.  Thank you and we appreciate your business.<br><br>Attention Boys Hockey:<br>You are dismissed after school today for your game against the Barrie North Vikings at Eastview Arena.  See you at the rink.  Go Get ‘Em Cats!<br><br>BADMINTON!   BADMINTON!  BADMINTON!  <br>A reminder that we are back at it with badminton tonight from 6 to 8pm in the main gym.   See you tonight!<br><br></p><h2>​Monday January 7th</h2><p><br>Hey students! Looking for a summer or part-time job? Are you having difficulties finding a job?<br>Connect with the Career Centre today and learn about how the Youth Job Connection Summer program. Get paid for 20 hours of job readiness training to prepare you for a job placement. The Career Centre is located in the Bayfield Mall, no appointment is required.<br>“This Employment Ontario service is funded by the Government of Ontario.”<br><br>Please listen to a quick message from Chartwells.<br>Free poutine anyone? From now until the 18th upgrade any daily combo side to a poutine for FREE!  Join us in the café today for our chicken daze, top your own potato bowl special!<br></p>
SCDSB Special Education Information Sessionshttp://eas.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/school-news/87SCDSB Special Education Information Sessions<p>​The Simcoe County District School Board (SCDSB) is hosting a series of information sessions for parents and guardians to learn more about special education in the SCDSB. Please see the PDF below for details.<br></p><p><a href="/Documents/SpecialEducation-InfoSessions-Flyer.pdf">SpecialEducation-InfoSessions-Flyer.pdf</a><br></p>
Morning Announcements week of December 17th, 2018http://eas.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/school-news/86Morning Announcements week of December 17th, 2018<h2>Friday December 21st</h2><p><br>Please listen to quick messages from Chartwells.<br>Come into the café and enjoy some delicious festive treats!  We wish you a safe and wonderful holiday! Thank you for your business.<br><br>The following x-country runners need to see Ms. Kelly to pick up their team shirt:<br>Mikenna, Colt, Tate, Trent and Will<br>Please collect these before the holidays!<br><br>There are a few items of value that have been found and turned in to the office over the past several weeks. If you are missing something, please check with the office.<br><br></p><h2>Thursday December 20th</h2><p><br>A reminder to Grade 12 students that if you are applying to college or university for September, then there are HELP SESSIONS in the Library Lab on both Wednesday, Dec. 19 and Thursday, Dec. 20.  Come meet with a Guidance Counsellor at your lunch today to get all your questions answered!  You are encouraged to apply before returning from the holiday break as applicant volume increases in the New Year and this slows down the application websites.  The deadlines are January 16 for University and February 1 for College.<br><br>It is the last day before the holidays but yes, Video games club is running this Friday in room 219 after school until 4:30pm. Feel free to stop by, burn off the stress, and have some fun before the start of the break.<br><br>Please listen to quick messages from Chartwells.<br>Congratulations to Sawyer Macleod, who won our Christmas gift basket draw!! You can come to the cafeteria to claim your prize.<br>Our specials today are hot turkey on a bun and turkey sausage on a bun.  Get your smile on and treat yourself to one of our yummy new jolly cookies for only $1.50, this month only.  Thank you and we appreciate your business. <br><br>Merry Christmas to the Knitting Club.  We will meet again after Christmas...no meeting this week.<br><br>The following x-country runners need to see Ms. Kelly to pick up their team shirt:<br>Mikenna, Colt, Tate, Trent and Will<br>Please collect these before the holidays!<br><br>The Boys Hockey Team travelled to Orillia yesterday to take on OSS.  After a slow start the Boys were down by one.  The Wildcats fought back and tied the game up, but struggled to pot another goal despite dominating their opponents in the last period of play.  In the end, both teams skated to a 1-1 draw.  Have a Great Christmas Break Fellas and we'll see you on the ice in the New Year.<br><br>Congratulations to all our swimmers who competed at the GBSSA championships this past Tuesday. All swimmers demonstrated great sportsmanship and swam amazing races. A special congratulations to our open swimmers who are GBSSA champions and to all those who will be moving on to OFSAA in March: Jordyn Hunter, Lauren Nelson, Mia MacDonald, Molly Trayling, Matea Tettman, Ryan Bujold, Hanna Rissanen, Rowan Hart, Claire Steciuk, and Megan Widmer. Great effort from everyone, see you tonight at practice!<br><br>From rookie racers to veteran victories - it was day of celebration - both on and off the podium at the first Nordic race of the season!<br>Top performances included Leyla Barber taking gold in the Senior Girls race - and newcomer Gillian Evans taking bronze in the Novice Girls category. Eric Good finished a strong 6th in a very competitive junior boys field.<br>Ms Shami and Mr. Trayling would like to thank everyone for their strong effort - especially those who experienced their first races.<br>A reminder that we practice tonight, and that we are always looking for students who want to come out and have fun learning a new sport!<br><br></p><h2>Wednesday December 19th</h2><p><br>A reminder to Grade 12 students that if you are applying to college or university for September, then there are HELP SESSIONS in the Library Lab on both Wednesday, Dec. 19 and Thursday, Dec. 20.  Come meet with a Guidance Counsellor at your lunch today to get all your questions answered!  You are encouraged to apply before returning from the holiday break as applicant volume increases in the New Year and this slows down the application websites.  The deadlines are January 16 for University and February 1 for College.<br><br>Happy Holidays Games Club!  There will be no games club this week. We will meet again in the New Year.  That's no games club this week. See you next year!<br><br>Please listen to quick messages from Chartwells.<br>Today’s specials are spaghetti and meat balls and meat ball sub sandwich.  Celebrate the holiday season and go in on lunch with friends. Pre order a Chartwells Pizza Party! Get a large pizza, 5 drinks and 5 cookies for only $25! See café staff for preorder details!  Thank you and we appreciate your business.<br><br>Merry Christmas to the Knitting Club.  We will meet again after Christmas...no meeting this week.<br><br>“You go Glen Coco” !!!!!!!!<br>Hey, Wildcats! It is your last day to buy student governments candy grams! We are selling period 3 and 4 at the wildcat lounge. Stop by and send a candy gram to your friends to show them how much you care. For only $1!<br><br>Good morning, Wildcats! <br>How much do you love the holidays? Show your spirit on Thursday, December 21st and wear your favourite ugly holiday sweater! Post Your photos on social media with the hashtag 'ess spirit' to win a prize!!  Thank you!<br><br>The following x-country runners need to see Ms. Kelly to pick up their team shirt:<br>Mikenna, Colt, Tate, Trent and Will<br>Please collect these before the holidays!<br><br>Yesterday the Senior Boys Basketball team travelled to Bradford to take on the Buccaneers. With two key injured players out for now, the boys anticipated a battle. After the first quarter of play, the boys were able to match point for point, with Brady Swain & Jack Rissanen putting 14 points on the board. However some unfortunate turnovers in the second quarter allowed for Bradford to take the lead. While we were able to keep a close scoring gap and fight hard in the last half of the game, the boys unfortunately ran out of time to take the lead and ended the well fought game with a score of 56 to 58. An unfortunate loss, but your coaches are proud of how the team continues to build & work together to overcome obstacles. Enjoy your break & look forward to seeing a full team in the new year, healthy and rested!<br><br>Now for a Boys Hockey Update:<br>The Boys traveled to Midland yesterday for the St. Theresa's Christmas Classic.  In their first game the Wildcats faced off against the Jean Vanier Storm and came up short in a 2-1 loss.  In their next game, the Boys rallied for a 5-1 route of the Georgain Bay Bears. In the A Championship, the Wildcats would once again line up against Jean Vanier and this time made no mistake, blowing the Storm out 4-2.  Way to go Cats and good luck today against OSS.<br><br>The junior boys basketball team continued their winning streak against Bradford last night in a score of 60-44.  While the cats got off to a very slow start, the offensive push of Cal McArthur, Graeme Galloway and Kevin Shang changed the tone of the game. <br>As coach K says, defense wins games and it was the defensive energy of Gibby Grigoriadis and Matt Higgs that controlled the pace of the second half.   <br>Great work boys!   No practice Wednesday.  See you Thursday right after school.    <br><br>Yesterday our girls team had an amazing performance, as we were missing 7 players. Despite the short bench, the team rallied after falling behind 1-0 to defeat Banting 3-1. Goal scorers we were Audrey Busby, Shayla Koski-Arges and Emma Campbell. Defence Abi Fenik and Abbi Fee were great as were goalies Faith Miller and Hunter Northcott.<br>Coaches Hargreaves and Carl wish the team Happy Holidays and look forward to resuming hockey in the new year!<br><br></p><h2>Tuesday December 18th</h2><p><br>Attention all library patrons! There will be limited access to the library and library computer lab today and tomorrow for December Dash, so please check in with a librarian before using library space or computers. Thank you!<br><br>Merry Christmas to the Knitting Club.  We will meet again after Christmas...no meeting this week.<br><br>Please listen to quick messages from Chartwells.<br>Our specials today are “chili cheese fries” and “philly cheesesteak” on a bun.  Get an instant FREE treat this month when you post a picture of your ugly sweater on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter using #chartwellsuglysweater.  Thank you and we appreciate your business.<br><br>“You go Glen Coco” !!!!!!!!<br>Hey, Wildcats! Don’t forget that your student government will be selling Candy grams p3 and 4. So stop by the wildcat lounge and send a candy gram to your friends to show them how much you care. For only $1!<br><br>Good morning, Wildcats! <br>How much do you love the holidays? Show your spirit on Thursday, December 21st and wear your favourite ugly holiday sweater! Post Your photos on social media with the hashtag 'ess spirit' to win a prize!!  Thank you!<br><br>Attention all boys soccer players. Hoodie order forms are posted on the bulletin board outside of Mr. Vipond's Office. That's Boys soccer hoodie order forms posted outside office 146 between the two gyms. Get money and order form returned by Thursday December 20th.<br><br>Teachers, please excuse members of the senior boys basketball team at 2pm today for their game in Bradford. Bus leaves at 2:15  pm.<br><br>The senior girls volleyball team finished out their last match of 2018 with another victory in 3 straight sets over Bradford.  Excellent serving by Lily in the final set secured the win.  The team remains undefeated in league play.<br><br></p><h2>​Monday December 17th</h2><p><br>Please listen to quick messages from Chartwells.<br>Our special today is “philly cheesesteak”  Have some fun and participate in our Elf on the Shelf contest. Be the first to spot the hiding elf in the café and receive a FREE bakery item of your choice. Post the hiding elf on Instagram for your chance to win a FREE combo for two! Happy hunting!  Thank you and we appreciate your business.<br><br>“You go Glen Coco” !!!!!!!!<br>Hey, Wildcats! Don’t forget that your student government will be selling Candy grams p3 and 4. So stop by the wildcat lounge and send a candy gram to your friends to show them how much you care. For only $1!<br><br>Merry Christmas to the Knitting Club.  We will meet again after Christmas...no meeting this week.<br><br>Attention graduating students: today is the last day to hand in your application for the Shulich. See Guidance for details.<br><br>Good morning, Wildcats! <br>How much do you love the holidays? Show your spirit on Thursday, December 21st and wear your favourite ugly holiday sweater! Post Your photos on social media with the hashtag 'ess spirit' to win a prize!!  Thank you!<br><br>Attention all boys soccer players. Hoodie order forms are posted on the bulletin board outside of Mr. Vipond's Office. That's Boys soccer hoodie order forms posted outside office 146 between the two gyms. Get money and order form returned by Thursday December 20th.<br><br>Attention Boys Hockey<br>Please see Coach Beer for a brief but important meeting in Room 217 at the beginning of 3rd period. Thanks.<br><br>The Eastview Junior Boys Basketball team participated in the Georgian Grizzlies tournament this weekend.     Losing their opening match against the Innisdale Invaders on Thursday made a trip to the final seem unlikely.  But the wildcats never quit, beating Notre Dame in the second game by 7 points, and thumping the Nantyr Tritons by 45 points in a game that was nothing but net for the wildcats.   <br>In the semi final game against Chippewa, Eastview got off to a flat start but in the second half, some gritty man to man defense helped them to clinch a spot in the final.  <br>And what a final it was! Eastview met Innisdale again for the third time in three days but the wildcats were determined this time to find a way to shut down the innisdale offense.   Eastview took charge right from the beginning, controlling both the pace and energy of the game.   It was a nail biter throughout but the wildcat pressure in the final minutes led to a 7 point victory to win the game AND the tournament.  <br>All Star of the game was awarded to Liam Alexander and tournament MVP was Cal McArthur.   Coach K is so proud of the collective efforts of this team and the gritty defense that really was the deciding factor in this tournament.  Light practice tonight from 5-6:30 in preparation for Bradford tomorrow.  Go cats!<br></p>
Morning Announcements week of December 10th, 2018http://eas.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/school-news/85Morning Announcements week of December 10th, 2018<h2>Friday December 14th</h2><p><br>Hey Wildcats! Christmas Cheer is here! Thank you for working together to support fellow Canadians that are in desperate need!  We will announce the top 3 classes and the grand winner early next week.  Have a great weekend.<br><br>Members of the Cross Country Running Team who ordered a shirt should see Ms. Kelly in the front gym to pick it up!<br><br>The Knitting Club continues to meet on Thursdays in the Library at 2:45-3;30.  Everyone is welcome!<br><br>Video games club is today in room 219 after school until 4:30pm. Feel free to stop by and have some fun after a long week.<br><br>Mrs Kowalchuks visual arts class should be in computer room 112. Just like we talked about yesterday and the day before and the day before! See you soon.<br><br>Please listen to quick messages from Chartwells.<br>Get your smile on and treat yourself to one of our yummy new jolly cookies for only $1.50, this month only.  Happy Friday!<br><br>Eastview coffee house is getting ready for another amazing night of live music and snacks. Come out and support the music program tonight at 7pm in the library. Tickets will be sold at the door for $5. For those who auditioned to perform: the set list is posted on the vocal room door. Those on the set list should arrive at the library at 6pm tonight for mic check.<br><br>“You go Glen Coco” !!!!!!!!<br>Hey, wildcats! Don’t forget that your student government will be selling Candy grams p3 and 4. So stop by the wildcat lounge and send a candy gram to your friends to show them how much you care. For only $1!<br><br>Congratulations goes out to the Senior Girls Volleyball team who went undefeated at the Streetsville Volleyball tournament yesterday! It was a great team effort to contribute to the win, especially the serving by Gaia, Alex, Mikalya  and Jenna.  MVP of the tournament was Jenna Vreizema with her amazing serving and winning the first set of the day 25-0!<br><br></p><h2>Thursday December 13th</h2><p><br>Hey Wildcats! Christmas Cheer is here! Just one more day for bringing in your donations! We notice the donations increasing dramatically, keep up the great work! <br><br>Members of the Cross Country Running Team who ordered a shirt should see Ms. Kelly in the front gym to pick it up!<br><br>The Knitting Club continues to meet on Thursdays in the Library at 2:45-3;30.  Everyone is welcome!<br><br>Please listen to quick messages from Chartwells.<br>Remember to “Tweet your Treat” this month for your chance to win your fav café food for FREE! See café or visit us online for details.<br>Our Christmas Festive Turkey Dinner for $7.99 is our special today. We also have our regular combo deals available and variations of turkey combos.<br>See if you can be the first to find our “elf on the shelf” and win a bakery item of your choice. Thank you and we appreciate your business.<br><br>Eastview coffee house is getting ready for another amazing night of live music and snacks. Come out and support the music program this Friday at 7pm in the library. Tickets will be sold at the door for $5. <br><br>“You go Glen Coco” !!!!!!!!<br>Hey, wildcats! Don’t forget that your student government will be selling Candy grams p3 and 4. So stop by the wildcat lounge and send a candy gram to your friends to show them how much you care. For only $1!<br><br>Jr. Girls Flag Football Sweatshirts have now arrived. Please come and pick them up in Mrs. Froude's office in the front gym ASAP. <br><br>Congratulations to the swim cats who attended the McMaster swim meet on Tuesday. We saw lots of improvement and best times. A big thank you to Mr. T for great coaching and encouragement. Wish the cats luck as they move on to gbs next week!<br><br>The junior boys basketball team played a hard fought game last night against Innisdale, losing 68-58.   Our point guards, Liam Alexander and Cal Mcarthur led the scoring but the wildcats got into foul trouble in the second half which led to points for innisdale at the line.  <br>The action continues today at Georgian College so come out and cheer on your wildcats at 2:30 and 8:30!   Players are excused from class at 1:15 and must make their way immediately to Georgian College.   <br>Go Cats!<br><br></p><h2>Wednesday December 12th</h2><p><br>Hey Wildcats! Christmas Cheer is here! Just 2 more days left for bringing these donations in Wildcats! That's just 2 days! Remember, the class that raises the most donations wins a class pizza party! Get them in Wildcats! <br><br>Members of the Cross Country Running Team who ordered a shirt should see Ms. Kelly in the front gym to pick it up!<br><br>The Knitting Club continues to meet on Thursdays in the Library at 2:45-3;30.  Everyone is welcome!<br><br>The games club meets today, after school in room 163.  That's games club, after school today in room 163.<br><br>Please listen to quick messages from Chartwells.<br>Last year Chartwells gave away over $60, 000 in social media exclusive prizes in Ontario. Like us on Facebook, follow us on Instagram and Twitter and add us on Snapchat for exclusive offers and chances to win free stuff.<br>The cafeteria is open today, but will be closing earlier than 1:30 pm.<br> Find “our elf on the shelf” and win a free bakery item of your choice.<br>Thursday, December 13th is our turkey dinner special….turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, vegetables, dessert and a drink….all for $7.99<br>Happy Kempenfelt Cup Day!<br><br>Eastview coffee house is getting ready for another amazing night of live music and snacks. Come out and support the music program this Friday at 7pm in the library. Tickets will be sold at the door for $5. <br><br>“You go Glen Coco” !!!!!!!!<br>Hey, wildcats! Don’t forget that your student government will be selling Candy grams p3 and 4. So stop by the wildcat lounge and send a candy gram to your friends to show them how much you care. For only $1!<br><br>Hey wildcats! Come out and watch your Senior Boys Basketball team play the Innisdale Invaders with home court advantage today at 3:30pm. The boys are coming off a weekend winning streak but playing with a shorter bench and could definitely use some Eastview spirit in the bleachers. This will be their last home game before the Christmas holidays. Come out and support (while wearing your Eastview colours from K-Cup!).<br><br>Congratulations to the junior girls volleyball team who traveled to Collingwood and took care of business with a decisive 3 sets to zero win over the host team. The win extended their league record to a perfect 3 and 0.  Great start to the season, see you at practice this afternoon.<br><br>Now for a Wildcat Boys Hockey Update<br>The Wildcats hosted Bradford yesterday in our barn and dominated the play from the opening face off.  The Wildcats skated away with a 3-1 victory.  Great Game Boys!  Good Luck today to the Wildcat Boys and Girls Teams as the returning Champions to K-Cup!<br><br></p><h2>Tuesday December 11th</h2><p><br>Hey Wildcats!  Today is double the points day for Christmas Cheer items.  The leadership team will be around to count and award double the points for every food item that was brought in today.  Thanks for your support.  You have until Friday to keep collecting to try and win your homeroom the pizza party!<br><br>Members of the Cross Country Running Team who ordered a shirt should see Ms. Kelly in the front gym to pick it up!<br><br>The Knitting Club continues to meet on Thursdays in the Library at 2:45-3;30.  Everyone is welcome!<br><br>Please listen to quick message from Chartwells.<br>Happy Customer Appreciation Day! We will be offering specialty treats and alarm clock specials. Come to the café and join in the festivities.  Have a Happy Day!<br><br>Attention all boys soccer players. Hoodie order forms are posted on the bulletin board outside of Mr. Vipond's Office. That's Boys soccer hoodie order forms posted outside office 146 between the two gyms. Get money and order form returned ASAP<br><br>The junior boys basketball players took part in the Innisdale invitational tournament this weekend.  While we couldn’t hold down Patrick Fogarty on Friday night, your wildcats swept Saturday to become the consolation champs.  Great work to everyone.  It was a real team effort!!  Practice tonight at 3:00pm  <br><br></p><h2>​Monday December 10th</h2><p><br>Hey Wildcats! Christmas Cheer is here! Having trouble thinking of items to bring in? How about unwrapped toys, non- perishable food and even spare change. We appreciate your donations Wildcats! Tomorrow is double the points day!  Every food item your homeroom brings in will be worth double the points tomorrow!  Remember you only have until this Friday to bring all food items in! <br>Good luck!<br><br>A reminder for all members of the Eastview Student-led Wellness group:<br>There is a meeting today in room 211 at 12:15. We are welcoming some guests so please be on time! New members are always welcome. See you there!<br><br>Please listen to a quick message from Chartwells.<br>Go in on lunch with friends and pre order a Chartwells Pizza Party! Get a large pizza, 5 drinks and 5 cookies for only $25! See café staff for preorder details!<br><br>Eastview coffee house is getting ready for another amazing night of live music and snacks. Come out and support the music program on December 14th at 7pm in the library. Tickets will be sold at the door for $5. Today is the final day to audition, sign up on the music room door. We can’t wait to see you there!<br><br>Eastview's Drama Department is looking for any interested performers to be a part of our production of 'Boxes', by Kendra Thomas, which we will be submitting to the NTS Georgian Bay District Drama Festival in late February. We are hosting Open Call Auditions this Tuesday, December 11 and Thursday, December 13 from 2:45 til 4:00 in the drama studio (room 150). All are welcome to audition. Drop by room 150 ahead of time to pick up an audition intake form. Auditions begin tomorrow and continue on Thursday from 2:45-4:00. Can't wait to see you there!<br><br>Over the weekend the Senior Boys Basketball team competed in a tournament at Barrie North. Despite having a shorter bench, the seven boys who were able to play came out strong & won all three of their games to become tournament champions! The tournament was a great opportunity to continue to build on team chemistry and allow for the entire team to see the court. Game 1 versus Novelle had the boys working hard with a final score of 54-53 (with Brady Swain & Nathan Tucker sinking the most baskets). Game 2 the boys took on Barrie North again and crushed them with a score of 75-27. Top scorers in that game were Jack Rissanen and Sam Sax-Martin. The championship game the boys faced John F. Ross Collegiate from Guelph and finished with a score of 88 to 63. Great work this weekend boys! Practice tonight at 3 pm.<br><br>Congratulations to the Girls Curling Team on their incredible success this weekend at the Gore Mutual Tournament.  With most team members playing in new positions, Skip Pam Williamson called and shot two nearly perfect first games beating Holy Trinity 14-1 and Georgian Bay also 14-1, forcing both teams to concede the games early.  Winning the right to play in the A side final, Eastview fought hard to squash St Theresa, but it was not to be and we dropped to the B side to play Georgian Bay once again.  With an early steal of 5 points, Midland got their claws out and end by end climbed their way out of the hole taking the lead 9 to 5.  Regrouping at half time, Pam Williamson and her team dug their heals in and tied the game, forcing an extra end.  With the aid of Lily McChesney, Sierra Hardwick, Lindsay Stamper, and Zoe Peeters, Pam managed to steal 2 more points to win the game 11 to 9.  In Second place, Eastview moves on to The Gore Regionals in February.  Well done Ladies! Your coaches are very proud of your attitudes on and off the ice and your stick-to-it-ness.<br><br>The Boys Curling Team takes on Nottawasaga Pines this Wednesday at 3:30 at the Barrie Curling club.  Come out and show your support as these gentlemen show you what OFSAA grade curlers look like.  Good luck fellas!<br></p>

 

 

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