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Closures and cancellations due to COVID-19

03/12/2020
On May 19, the Premier’s Office announced that all publicly funded schools in Ontario will remain closed for the duration of the 2019-2020 school year, in response to COVID-19. As such, Simcoe County District School Board (SCDSB) schools and adult learning centres will not reopen on May 31, 2020. The decision to extend the school closure period for the remainder of the school year is based on advice from Ontario's Chief Medical Officer of Health in order to protect the health and safety of students, families and staff. 

The following programs/meetings will not run or are closed:
  • Permits (Community Use of Schools)
  • All EarlyON and Child Care Centres
  • Adult and continuing education
  • Dual Credit and Cooperative education programs
  • Special Education Advisory Committee (June 1, 2020)
  • Business and Facilities Standing Committee (June 3, 2020)
  • Program Standing Committee (June 10, 2020)
  • Human Resources Standing Committee (June 10, 2020)
  • First Nations Education Advisory Committee (June 11, 2020)
In addition, the Education Centre and the Career Centre are closed to the public.

 

 

Locker Cleanout Informationhttp://eas.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/school-news/170Locker Cleanout Information<p>​Please click <a href="/PublishingImages/Lists/LocalNews/AllItems/Locker%20Cleanout%20Guidelines.pdf"><img class="ms-asset-icon ms-rtePosition-4" src="/_layouts/15/images/icpdf.png" alt="" />Locker Cleanout Guidelines.pdf</a> for information and a schedule for student access to the school to clean out their lockers.<br></p>
Social and Emotional Supports for Students and Familieshttp://eas.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/school-news/168Social and Emotional Supports for Students and Families<p>​A number of resources available during this difficult time can be found <a href="https://docs.google.com/document/d/1gdoPuWj-wI7WOB1G0dYFQrdaeo15TyjxRGWjuTdkKs0/edit?usp=sharing" target="_blank">here</a>.<br></p>
Closures and cancellations due to COVID-19http://eas.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/board-news/127Closures and cancellations due to COVID-19<div><strong>On May 19, the Premier’s Office announced that all publicly funded schools in Ontario will remain closed for the duration of the 2019-2020 school year, in response to COVID-19</strong>. As such, Simcoe County District School Board (SCDSB) schools and adult learning centres will not reopen on May 31, 2020. The decision to extend the school closure period for the remainder of the school year is based on advice from Ontario's Chief Medical Officer of Health in order to protect the health and safety of students, families and staff. <br></div><div><br></div><div>The following programs/meetings will not run or are closed:<br></div><div><ul><li>Permits (Community Use of Schools)</li><li>All EarlyON and Child Care Centres</li><li>Adult and continuing education</li><li>Dual Credit and Cooperative education programs<br></li><li><div>Special Education Advisory Committee (June 1, 2020)<br></div></li><li><div>Business and Facilities Standing Committee (June 3, 2020)</div></li><li><div>Program Standing Committee (June 10, 2020)<br></div></li><li><div>Human Resources Standing Committee (June 10, 2020)<br></div></li><li><div>First Nations Education Advisory Committee (June 11, 2020)<br></div></li></ul></div><div>In addition, the Education Centre and the Career Centre are closed to the public.<br></div><div><br></div><div>Learn more at <a href="http://www.scdsb.on.ca/covid-19">www.scdsb.on.ca/covid-19</a><br></div>
Your Mental Health Matters - please reach out if you need helphttp://eas.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/school-news/144Your Mental Health Matters - please reach out if you need help<p>There is a lot of help available to support your wellness at ESS!</p><p><br></p><p>If you are struggling with a mental health issue like depression, anxiety, family or friend struggles, we are here to help. Please reach out to any adult in the building.  If that's a difficult thing to do, speak to a friend who can go with you to talk with a teacher, counselor, or administrator.  We have all kinds of expertise at ESS from our school social work support, to community agencies who visit the school to talk with students about addiction, depression, sadness, thoughts of suicide, and many other situations.  Being a teenager can be amazing but also very challenging with the ups and downs of everyday life and school. If you find yourself feeling alone, sad, or overwhelmed, please take that first step and reach out.  We will be there to help.  </p><p>24 Hour Crisis Line: 705-728-5044</p><p>Kids Help Phone 1-800-668-6868 or text TALK to 686868</p><p>New Path Walk-In Clinic Info: <a href="https://newpath.ca/services/walk-in-clinics">https://newpath.ca/services/walk-in-clinics</a><br></p><p><br></p>
New scholarship for graduating secondary students http://eas.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/board-news/128New scholarship for graduating secondary students <div>The Ontario Public School Boards’ Association (OPSBA) is has created a new scholarship for graduating secondary students. The Public Property Assessment Network Scholarship will be awarded in the amount of $1,000 to one recipient in the OPSBA Central East Region. Scholarship recipients are students of strong character, who care deeply for their communities and furthering their own learning.</div><div><br></div><div>Could this be you? Learn more about <a href="https://www.scdsb.on.ca/UserFiles/Servers/Server_210898/File/News%20documents/The%20Public%20Property%20Assessment%20Network%20Scholarship%20-%20Central%20East%20Final.pdf">eligibility and the application process</a>. <br></div><div><br></div><div>The deadline to apply is May 29, 2020. </div>
Announcements Week of March 9http://eas.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/school-news/166Announcements Week of March 9<h1>Friday, March 13</h1><p>Attention all students writing the <strong>OSSLT </strong>on March 31st!  There will be a Lunch hour literacy lesson offered during period 4 to any students that missed the Series of Paragraphs lesson with Mrs. King in Semester 1.  If you have not yet received instruction on how to prepare for the OSSLT essay, also known as the series of paragraphs, please sign-up outside of the library to reserve a spot.  Spaces are limited so sign up soon!   Again, that’s all students wanting to prepare for the Series of Paragraphs on the Literacy test, sign up outside of the library today.<br><br>Attention all students: On Saturday March 14 in Barrie at the Grey and Simcoe Foresters Armories between 10 and 3, the Canadian Armed Forces is hosting an event called the <strong>International Woman’s Day Force Fitness Challenge</strong>. The primary focus of the event is to address concerns and dispel myths regarding life in the Canadian Armed Forces for females. Additionally, there will be fitness activities, an arctic tent and military snowmobile, a weapons display, refreshments, and a recruiting booth. Anyone (male and female) 16 and older can participate in the fitness challenges but those under 18 must have a parent present.   <br>For more information, please see Mr. Wilson in Guidance.<br><br>Attention all Grade 12 Grads…<strong>Cap and Gown and Grad Breakfast Orders</strong> are now available on School Cash Online and in the main office. Please see Mrs. Jackson if you have any questions about sizing and to hand in your order forms. All Orders are due May 29.<br><br></p><h1>Thursday, March 12</h1><p>Attention all students writing the<strong> OSSLT</strong> on March 31!  There will be a Lunch hour literacy lesson offered during period 4 to any students that missed the Series of Paragraphs lesson with Mrs. King in Semester 1. If you have not yet received instruction on how to prepare for the OSSLT essay, also known as the series of paragraphs, please sign-up outside of the library to reserve a spot.  Spaces are limited so sign up soon! Again, that’s all students wanting to prepare for the Series of Paragraphs on the Literacy test, sign up outside of the library today.<br><br>Hey Wildcats! Have you ever wanted to snap a picture with our Wildcat mascot? Well here comes your chance! During periods 3 and 4 on thursday our wildcat mascot will be walking around the halls, and this is your chance to get a selfie with our mascot! send your selfie to the Student Government instagram by Friday period 1 in order to participate in this<strong> homeroom challenge</strong>. After the last homeroom challenge Mr. Broley is currently in first place! Remember the winning homeroom class wins a big breakfast buffet, who would wanna miss out on that! So participate and help your homeroom win!<br><br>Attention all Grade 12 Grads . . . <strong>C</strong><strong>ap and Gown and Grad Breakfast Orders </strong>are now available on School Cash Online and in the main office. Please see Mrs. Jackson if you have any questions about sizing and to hand in your order forms. All Orders are due May 29.<br><br><strong>Dodgeball </strong>Dodgeball Dodgeball!!  Don't forget to get those forms signed by your period 3, 4 and 5 teachers.  Forms and money are due by tomorrow. The cost to participate is $5 and you must bring your forms to Mr. Misener or Ms. Cain's Leadership Room in 163 during period 3.  You won't want to miss this epic event.  Forms available on the leadership board across from the elevator in the lower hallway.  Tournament takes place this FRIDAY!<br><br><strong>Video games club </strong>is running after school on Friday from 2:40 - 4:30.  Be sure to come by room 112 to de-stress and have some fun before the weekend!  See you there.<br><br><strong>Track and Field</strong>, Track and Field, Track and Field!! We will be starting our season up right after the March Break!  <br>If you are interested in having some fun and getting into shape while you do it, come on out for track!!! There will be a practice on Monday after the break so enjoy your break and see you on Monday!!!<br><br>Attention <strong>Boys hockey players</strong>: All boys hockey players from this year's varsity team please attend a short and important meeting in front of Mr. Beer's classroom (Rm. 219) right after announcements.<br><br><strong>Drama club</strong> is happening tonight after school in the drama room. We are so excited to see everyone again!<br><br>Attention: All students involved in the production process of "<strong>Green Skies</strong>" with Theatre By The Bay, Please meet in the drama studio - that's Room 150 - at 8:30 a.m. for a brief important meeting this morning.<br> <br>Please listen to a quick message from <strong>Chartwells</strong>. Don’t forget to follow us on social media for your chance to win exclusive prizes each month! Visit us in the café for more details. The featured lunch for today is our Celebrity Chef Corbin special. We appreciate your business.<br><br></p><h1>Wednesday, March 11</h1><p>Hello Wildcats, coming soon is Eastview's annual dodgeball tournament! Save the date, because on Friday, March 13, you’ll have the chance to battle agents your peers and teachers. each team of 8 must include 2 girls. It is $5 per person and you need to get your period 3, 4 & 5 teacher to sign your permission forms. You have until Thursday morning to bring in your money and forms! Come grab your forms on the leadership board or the athletic board! Get ready Wildcats!<br><br>On Saturday March 14 in Barrie at the Grey and Simcoe Foresters Armories between 10 and 3, the Canadian Armed Forces is hosting an event called the <strong>International Woman’s Day Force Fitness Challenge</strong>. The primary focus of the event is to address concerns and dispel myths regarding life in the Canadian Armed Forces for women. Additionally, there will be fitness activities, an arctic tent and military snowmobile, a weapons display, refreshments, and a recruiting booth. Anyone (male and female) 16 and older can participate in the fitness challenges but those under 18 must have a parent present. For more information, please see Mr. Wilson in Guidance.<br><br>Hey Wildcats! Have you ever wanted to snap a picture with our Wildcat mascot? Well here comes your chance! During periods 3 and 4 on Thursday our Wildcat mascot will be walking around the halls, and this is your chance to get a selfie with our mascot! send your selfie to the Student Government instagram by Friday period 1 in order to participate in this homeroom challenge. After the last homeroom challenge Mr. Broley is currently in first place! Remember the winning homeroom class wins a big breakfast buffet, who would wanna miss out on that! So participate and help your homeroom win!<br><br>Attention all Grade 12 Grads . . . <strong>Cap and Gown and Grad Breakfast Orders</strong> are now available on School Cash Online and in the main office. Please see Mrs. Jackson if you have any questions about sizing and to hand in your order forms. All Orders are due May 29.<br><br>A reminder that <strong>Drama Club</strong> will be happening after school tomorrow. New members are always welcome! Can’t wait to see you there!<br><br>The Games Club meets today!!!  We meet in room 213, the upstairs art room, after school. Pop and chips provided. We play mostly board games of all kinds, cards and D&D  That's games club, TOOODAAY in room 213, that's room 213, after school.  See you there! <br><br><strong>Badminton</strong>, yesterday your 4 senior boys doubles badminton teams traveled to Orillia and absolutely steam rolled the competition winning 24 matches while losing none. Congratulations to Jack, Josh, Jake, Hamad, Nick, Chaze, Eric and Gabe for your dominating team win.  This one will be hard to repeat!  See both junior and senior badminton teams at practice this afternoon at three.  <br><br>Greetings all you chessnuts! Yes yes yes there will be chess chess chess today after school in room 165 at 2:45. The <strong>Chess Club</strong> and team will meet for a few games and mental exercises. Everyone is welcome to come out and play or just learn. We hope to see you there.<br><br>Attention students who have period 4 lunch!! <strong>Open Gym </strong>will be running TODAY during period 4 lunch in the front gym from 12:40-1:15pm. Stop by to see what it's all about! Bring your friends and your running shoes. Hope to see you there! <br><br>Please listen to a quick message from <strong>Chartwells</strong>. Our specials today are chicken tetrazzini and Panzerottis. Remember that this week you will receive a free jet juice with each purchase of a daily special. We appreciate your business.<br><br></p><h1>Tuesday, March 10</h1><p>Attention all students writing the <strong>OSSLT </strong>on March 31!  There will be a Lunch hour literacy lesson offered during period 4 to any students that missed the Series of Paragraphs lesson with Mrs. King in Semester 1.  If you have not yet received instruction on how to prepare for the OSSLT essay, also known as the series of paragraphs, please sign-up outside of the library to reserve a spot.  Spaces are limited so sign up soon! Again, that’s all students wanting to prepare for the Series of Paragraphs on the Literacy test, sign up outside of the library today.<br><br>Hello Wildcats, coming soon is Eastview's <strong>annual dodgeball tournament</strong>! Save the date, because on Friday, March 13h, you’ll have the chance to battle agents your peers and teachers. Each team of 8 must include 2 girls. It is $5 per person and you need to get your period 3, 4 & 5 teacher to sign your permission forms. You have until Thursday morning to bring in your money and forms! Come grab your forms on the leadership board or the athletic board! Get ready Wildcats!<br><br>Hey Wildcats! Have you ever wanted to snap a picture with our <strong>wildcat mascot</strong>? Well here comes your chance! During periods 3 and 4 on thursday our wildcat mascot will be walking around the halls, and this is your chance to get a selfie with our mascot! send your selfie to the Student Government instagram by Friday period 1 in order to participate in this homeroom challenge. After the last homeroom challenge Mr. Broley is currently in first place! Remember the winning homeroom class wins a big breakfast buffet, who would wanna miss out on that! So participate and help your homeroom win!<br><br>Good morning, Attention students who have period 3 lunch!! <strong>Open Gym</strong> will be running TODAY during period 3 lunch in the front gym from 11:20-11:55am. Stop by to see what it's all about! Bring your friends and your running shoes. Hope to see you there!<br><br>Attention all Grade 12 Grads . . <strong>. Cap and Gown and Grad Breakfast Orders </strong>are now available on School Cash Online and in the main office. Please see Mrs. Jackson if you have any questions about sizing and to hand in your order forms. All Orders are due May 29.<br><br>A quick message from <strong>Chartwells</strong>. Happy Customer Appreciation Day! We will be offering specialty treats and alarm clock specials. Come to the café and join in the festivities. We appreciate your business.<br><br></p><h1>​Monday, March 9</h1><p>Attention<strong> all students writing the OSSLT</strong> on March 31st!  There will be a Lunch hour literacy lesson offered during period 4 to any students that missed the Series of Paragraphs lesson with Mrs. King in Semester 1.  If you have not yet received instruction on how to prepare for the OSSLT essay, also known as the series of paragraphs, please sign-up outside of the library to reserve a spot.  Spaces are limited so sign up soon!   Again, that’s all students wanting to prepare for the Series of Paragraphs on the Literacy test, sign up outside of the library today.<br><br>Friday evening Eastview’s entry to the <strong>National Theater School Drama Festival </strong>performed, “Best Kept Bottled”. This play was boldly written and creatively directed by our own grade 12 student, Korol. Sydney was an extraordinary Stage Manager. Maddi was the props master. Nick brought his lighting expertise. Matthew designed challenging  projections and Veronica shared her skills of stage make up effects to help support the talented cast of: Paige, Jarrod, Sienna, Jack and Seamus. These students performed with professionalism and gave 1000% to this project.<br>Bravo!!!!<br><br>Attention all students: On Saturday March 14 in Barrie at the Grey and Simcoe Foresters Armories between 10 and 3, the Canadian Armed Forces is hosting an event called the<strong> International Woman’s Day Force Fitness Challenge</strong>. The primary focus of the event is to address concerns and dispel myths regarding life in the Canadian Armed Forces for females. Additionally, there will be fitness activities, an arctic tent and military snowmobile, a weapons display, refreshments, and a recruiting booth. Anyone (male and female) 16 and older can participate in the fitness challenges but those under 18 must have a parent present. For more information, please see Mr. Wilson in Guidance.<br><br>Hello wildcats, coming soon is Eastview's annual <strong>Dodgeball Tournament</strong>! Save the date, because on Friday, March 13, you’ll have the chance to battle agents your peers and teachers. each team of 8 must include 2 girls. It is <span id="part1"><span>$</span></span>5 per person and you need to get your period 3, 4 & 5 teacher to sign your permission forms. You have until Thursday morning to bring in your money and forms! Come grab your forms on the leadership board or the athletic board! Get ready Wildcats!<br><br>Are you looking to boost your energy and improve your fitness?  The <strong>fitness room</strong> will be open this week on Tuesday and Wednesday from 2:45-3:30. Forms are available for afterschool fitness in the math office from Mrs. McCarthy.  <br><br>Attention all Grade 12 Grads . . . <strong>Cap and Gown and Grad Breakfast Orders</strong> are now available on School Cash Online and in the main office. Please see Mrs. Jackson if you have any questions about sizing and to hand in your order forms. All Orders are due May 29.<br><br>Do you find yourself sitting around,  looking for something to do during your lunch? Then, open gym might be for you and your friends! Starting this week, Open Gym will be available for students during period 3 on Tuesdays from 11:20-11:55 a.m. and Wednesdays from 12:40-1:15 p.m. during period 4 in the front gym. No sign up required, just bring your indoor running shoes to participate! Any questions, please see Ms. Potts in the phys-ed office. Hope to see you there!" <br><br>Please listen to a quick message from <strong>Chartwells</strong>. Remember to enter our snapchat contest this month for your chance to win $25 in FREE café cash.  Just snap us a photo featuring a Chartwells item and you will be entered to win. See café or online for details.<br>The special for today is our popcorn chicken combo. Thank you and we appreciate your business.<br><br></p>
Postponements and Cancellationshttp://eas.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/school-news/167Postponements and Cancellations<p>​March 26: Funding Post-Secondary Education Presentation - Postponed<br></p><p>March 31: Ontario Seconcary School Literacy Test (OSSLT) - Postponed<br></p><p>April 8: Pink Parade - Cancelled<br></p><p>April 8: Equity Event for Parents and Guardians - Cancelled<br></p><p>April 22: Volunteer Fair - Cancelled<br></p>

 

 

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Principal
Jim Sammon
Vice Principal
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