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Parent-Teacher Night/Literacy Test Information Sessionhttp://eas.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/school-news/133Parent-Teacher Night/Literacy Test Information Session <p class="MsoNormal">The<strong> Parent-Teacher evening </strong>and the<strong> literacy information session</strong> originally planned for October 9<sup>  </sup>(as outlined in the school agenda) has been moved to <span style="text-decoration:underline;">Thursday, October 10</span> from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. We will be hosting a <strong>Literacy Session</strong> for any families wanting to know more about the upcoming <strong>OSSLT </strong>directly after that in the Eastview School library.</p><p class="MsoNormal"><span id="part1">Appointments are reccommended but not required. </span><span id="part1"><span><span id="part1"><span><a href="/Documents/Meet%20the%20teacher%20apt.%20form%20October%202019.pdf">Parent-Teacher Night Appointment Form</a></span></span></span></span><span id="part1"> will go home with students on Monday<span>.<br></span></span></p><p class="MsoNormal">We look forward to seeing you next week.<br></p>
Morning Announcements Week of October 15http://eas.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/school-news/136Morning Announcements Week of October 15<h1>Thursday, October    16</h1><p>Good Morning Wildcats, Do you want a<strong> student card</strong>? Do you need a student card? Well they are back! Student government will be selling them period 3 and 4 in the wildcat lounge outside the cafe for 10 dollars. Just a reminder student cards are mandatory if you want to attend any school events. So make sure you don’t forget to get those student cards wildcats!  They are also great for discounts at stores, photo id and city bus passes.<br><br>This is a reminder to<strong> graduating students </strong>that a representative from Ontario Tech University will be meeting with students in the front foyer today from 10:45-1:15.<br><br>Hey Wildcats it's that time of the year again, its Eastview coffee house! This years<strong> Halloween Coffee House</strong> will be held on October 25th at 7pm. If you are interested in preforming, auditions will run from Wednesday to Friday during periods 4 and 5. The sign up sheet is posted today on the vocal room's door. We can't wait to see you there!<br><br>Hey Eastview! This Friday October 18th the Barrie Public Library is bringing their traveling<strong> Virtual Reality gaming system </strong>to the Eastview Library! Drop by the library during lunch periods 3 and 4 to check out the VR system, and find out about Barrie library resources and programs.<br><br>Attention Eastview Students,  we have posted a list of students who have made <strong>Honour Roll and Honour</strong><strong>s with Distinction</strong> last year on the trophy case across from the main office.  Please take a look and see if your name is attached.  If you think your name should be on the list and it is not please come to the office and speak to someone.  Please note if you did not attend Eastview last year your name will not be on the list.<br><br>Your <strong>junior boys’ football team</strong> defeated Orillia Secondary School yesterday by a score of 15-7. The defence played hard and stopped O.S.S. from gaining any significant yardage while the offence squeaked out the two touchdowns. Light practice tonight. Please dress warmly. Let Coach Hargreaves know if you will not be there. <br><br>Your Eastview Senior Boys Football Team traveled to Orillia yesterday to put their undefeated record on the line against the Nighthawks. After a slow start, the Wildcats rolled to a 40-0 victory. Touchdowns were scored by Ryan Rodgers, Will McCulloch, Justin Gausby and Jacob Loader on a spectacular pass and run from QB Conor McCulloch. The defense scored two safeties and both Jared Fish and Calvin Campitelli had their first interceptions of the season. Next game is a week from today as Eastview hosts the Collingwood Owls in the regular season finale.<br><br>On Monday October 21st, Canadians from across Canada will vote for the next Prime Minister of Canada.  High school students from coast to coast will also have an opportunity to have their say by voting in this years <strong>Canada wide student vote</strong>. <br><br>Yesterday you had an opportunity to hear a few highlights from the Conservative party and today , here are some highlights from the Green party and Liberal party.<br><br>For the Green, some highlights include:<br></p><ul><li>making college and university tuition free for all Canadians</li><li>enacting a pharmacare plan by 2020</li><li>mandating more affordable cell phone plans</li><li>cancelling the Trans Mountain pipeline</li><li>plan towards zero emissions by 2050</li></ul><p>For the Liberal party, some highlights include:<br></p><ul><li>cutting corporate taxes in half to businesses that develop and manufacture products that produce zero emissions</li><li>10 billion in new investments for next year and 17 billion by 2023-2024 fiscal year</li><li>plant 2 billion trees over 10 years as part of the plan to fight climate change</li><li>ban single use plastics by 2021</li><li>introduce steps towards a national pharmacare plan</li></ul><p>Tomorrow you will hear some highlights of the remaining parties, the NDP and the PPC<br><br>You can vote by going to the library before school and during your lunch hour. Please see Mr. Fontaine or Mr. Webb in the library to receive your ballot. The last day to cast your vote is this Friday.<br><br>Hey Wildcats!  There’s a new CLUB in town!  If you value wellness, appreciate a break in the middle of the day, and enjoy fresh air and being active, then plan to join the Wednesday Walkers!  Every Wednesday, starting Oct. 23, the<strong> Wednesday Walkers Club</strong> will leave from E2 across from the elevator for a community walk in both lunches – 11:30 for pd. 3 and 12:30 for pd. 4.  We are aiming to accumulate enough steps to take us all the way to Ottawa to start!  Mark your calendar and plan to join the first meeting of the Wednesday Walkers’ Club Oct. 23 at your lunch.  See Ms. Garrett in Guidance with any questions.<br><br>It's Thursday - visit us in the café to enjoy our Chef Corbin special.  Remember to follow us on social media for your chance to win exclusive prizes each month!  We appreciate your business.<br><br></p><h1>​Wednesday, October 15</h1><p>Good Morning Wildcats, Do you want a <strong>student card</strong>? Do you need a student card? Well they are back! Student government will be selling them period 3 and 4 in the wildcat lounge outside the cafe for 10 dollars. Just a reminder student cards are mandatory if you want to attend any school events. So make sure you don’t forget to get those student cards wildcats!  They are also great for discounts at stores, photo id and city bus passes.<br><br>Your boys volleyball update....Your senior boys volleyball team continued their undefeated season with a three set sweep of cross town rivals innnisdale yesterday... The boys came out swinging and won with scores of 25-15;25-15;25-19. In the junior game ...the boys bounced back from their first loss of the season with a three sets to one win over Banting with scores of 25-15;25-9;22-25;25-20; the boys showed improved team play and superior defense to come away with the victory..<br><br>Congrats goes out to the senior <strong>girls basketba</strong><strong>ll </strong>team on their 46-43 win over Innisdale yesterday. The girls played their best defence all season and with the help of Becky Gross putting up 14 points, Evia Chase putting up 10 points and Natalie Higgs helping with 8 points these girls could not be stopped. Practice Thursday.<br><br>Hey Wildcats it's that time of the year again, its Eastview coffee house! This years <strong>Halloween Coffee House</strong> will be held on October 25th at 7pm. If you are interested in preforming, auditions will run from Wednesday to Friday during periods 4 and 5. The sign up sheet is posted today on the vocal room's door. We can't wait to see you there!<br><br>On Monday October 21st, Canadians across the country will cast their ballots in this years' federal election. You too will have an opportunity to participate in the democratic process by casting your ballot in the Canada wide student vote. In the next few days you will hear some of the highlights from the platforms of 5 federal parties: Conservatives, Green, Liberal, NDP and People's Party of Canada. All this week you will be able to access the advanced polls right here at Eastview. You must bring identification in order to cast your ballot. You do not have to be 18 years old to vote, as all students have an opportunity to have a say in this mock election. Please come to the library and speak to Mr. Webb or Mr. Fontaine  to pick up your ballot. You are able to access the polling station before the start of school and on your lunch hour. Please do not come to the library during your class time. The final day to cast your ballot is Monday October 21st.<br></p><p>Here is a quick look at some of the highlights of  the conservative platform. Promises include:<br>- balancing the federal budget in 5 years<br>- removing GST from energy bills<br>- eliminating the carbon tax<br>- re-introducing the children's fitness tax and arts & learning tax credit<br>- forcing large scale polluters to invest in green technology<br></p><p>Please go to the conservative party website to see more about their platform. As well, you are encouraged to go to the websites of all the federal parties before you cast your vote.<br><br>Tomorrow you will hear about the Green Party and the Liberal party, and on Friday you will hear about the NDP and People's Party of Canada.<br><br>Please vote, as every vote counts!!<br><br>Want to make new friends and meet interesting people?  Then join the <strong>games club</strong>!  We meet TODAY in room 163 after school.  We play mostly board games of all kinds, ...and chess, ...and card games, ...and maybe even D&D.   Come see what we're all about!  Pop and Chips provided!  That's games club, TODAY after school in room 163.  See you there!<br><br>The junior<strong> girls’ flag football </strong>team travelled to Banting yesterday to compete in the SCAA championships. The girls started the day off well with a convincing win over Nantyr with a score of 32 to 13. The Cats advanced to the semi-final where they would face off against a strong team from Bear Creek. After a slow start by Eastview we were down 28 to 0 at the half. With a stronger defensive effort in the second half Eastview was able to stop Bear Creek at every turn. Unfortunately, Eastview’s offense was only able to score 1 touchdown. Final score was 28 to 6. Congratulations on getting to the semi-finals. Thank you for a great season. <br><br>The Eastview <strong>Robotics Club</strong> meets on Tuesdays. We still have limited availability for a few more members. If you are interested, please be certain to attend next week's meeting in room 114  at 2:45. <br><br>Please excuse the<strong> Senior Boys Football</strong> Team today at 10:40 a.m.  in preparation for their game this afternoon in Orillia vs. the Nighthawks. Go get 'em Cats!<br><br>Hey Eastview! This Friday, October 18th the Barrie Public Library is bringing their traveling <strong>Virtual Reality gaming</strong> system to the Eastview Library! Drop by the library during lunch periods 3 and 4 to check out the VR system, and find out about Barrie library resources and programs.<br><br>Today in the <strong>café</strong>.  Remember to take advantage of our delicious flavors of fall muffins for only $1.25 for a limited time in the café.  Our specials for today include: fettucine Alfredo and Panzerottis.  We appreciate your business<br></p><h1>Tuesday, October 15</h1><p><br></p><p>Students interested in trying out for the <strong>curling team</strong> are asked to sign up on the curling board between the two gyms.  FIrst practice is Wednesday, Oct 16 at 3:30 at the Barrie Curling Club.  Students will need to wear comfortable clothing, no jeans, and have clean indoor shoes.  No experience necessary!  For more information, please see Ms. Kelly in the front gym.<br><br>Today’s the day eastview. the wildcats are facing the invaders today during fifth period. make sure you go to your period 5 class for attendance before you come down. you must have your ticket to enter the gym. remember to also bring down your school spirit to cheer on the boys! let’s go wildcats!!<br><br>Good Morning Wildcats, Do you want a<strong> student card</strong>? Do you need a student card? Well they are back! Student government will be selling them period 3 and 4 in the wildcat lounge outside the cafe for 10 dollars. Just a reminder student cards are mandatory if you want to attend any school events. So make sure you don’t forget to get those student cards wildcats!  They are also great for discounts at stores, photo id and city bus passes.<br><br>Just a reminder to the <strong>Junior Boys Soccer</strong> team that we will be practising today at 3pm in preparation for our playoff game tomorrow . If you are unable to make this important practice, please see Ms. Stam in Resource.<br><br><strong>Eastview Robotics Club</strong> will hold its first meeting today from 245 to 4 in room 114. Please be sure to attend, and if you can't make it but intend to join, see Mr. MacClinchey in room 114 today. <br><br>Good luck goes out to the <strong>boys volleyball teams</strong> in their games today...the seniors will try to continue their undefeated season with a game versus innisdale in today's buy in staring at the beginning of period five.. players are released at 1215 to get ready for the game.... The juniors will follow with a game versus Banting as they try to bounce back from their first loss of the season... Players are released from class at 2pm... Good luck cats.<br><br>Want to make new friends and meet interesting people?  Then join the <strong>games club!</strong>  We meet every Wednesday in room 163 after school.  We play mostly board games of all kinds.   Come see what we're all about!  Pop and Chips provided!  That's games club, tomorrow, after school in room 163.  See you there!<br><br>All students interested in the Eastview Student <strong>Bible Stud</strong>y, please join us TODAY after school in room 227 from 2:45 to 3:30. No worries if you've missed previous meetings. Join us any time. No supplies needed. See you in room 227 at 2:45.<br><br>A quick message from Chartwells.  Our special today is a Mexican beef taco salad.  As part of our partnership with WE.org, we are offering specialty WE menu items daily in the café.  With each purchace of any of these items you will be providing nutritious meals to children in need.  Please help us on our mission to make the world a better place.  We appreciate your business.<br><br></p>
Survey Opportunity for All Studentshttp://eas.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/school-news/134Survey Opportunity for All Students<p>​Please let us hear your voice! <a href="https://forms.gle/h6S2GMwWJnGfwxrFA" target="_blank">Click here to begin</a>.<br></p>
Morning Announcements Week of October 7http://eas.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/school-news/135Morning Announcements Week of October 7<h1>Friday, October 11</h1><p>Students interested in trying out for the <strong>curling team</strong> are asked to sign up on the curling board between the two gyms. FIrst practice is Wednesday, Oct 16 at 3:30 at the Barrie Curling Club.  Students will need to wear comfortable clothing, no jeans, and have clean indoor shoes.  No experience necessary!  For more information, please see Ms. Kelly in the front gym.<br><br>Hey wildcats next week is the big <strong>buyout </strong>for your boys volleyball team! everyday this week we will be selling tickets for 3 dollars during third and fourth period. all the money goes towards the women and children’s shelter. make sure you buyout and get your tickets signed by your 5th period teacher, so you can come support the boys during their big game against Innisdale!<br><br>Any interested grade 12’s in attending the <strong>Ontario College Fair</strong> being held at Georgian College on October 30th, please pick up a permission form in Guidance to be signed by parents.  Most colleges will be represented at the fair for you to speak with personally regarding any questions you might have.  Return the form to Guidance and plan to attend a supervised walk over to the college.   <br><br>Good Morning Wildcats, Do you want a <strong>student card</strong>? Do you need a student card? Well they are back! Student government will be selling them period 3 and 4 in the wildcat lounge outside the cafe for 10 dollars. Just a reminder student cards are mandatory if you want to attend any school events. So make sure you don’t forget to get those student cards wildcats!  They are also great for discounts at stores, photo id and city bus passes.<br><br><strong>Video games club</strong> is running after school today from 2:40 - 4:30.  Be sure to come by room 219 to de-stress and have some fun before the weekend!  See you there!<br><br>Ever dreamed of being on the hit TV show Robot Wars? The first step is definitely Eastview <strong>Robotics Club</strong>. We will offer you the opportunity to play with real robots and have them engage in exciting battles. The Robotics club will  will start up again for this year on Tuesday from 2:45-4pm. Be there!<br><br>A reminder to the<strong> Junior Boys Soccer</strong> team that we will be practicing at 3pm on Tuesday in preparation for our playoff game on Wednesday next week.<br><br>Also a reminder to any past or present <strong>soccer players </strong>(boys and girls), if you are interested in ordering Eastview <strong>soccer hoodies</strong>, the deadline to get your online orders in is this coming Monday at 8am. See Ms. Stam in the Resource Room (Room 169) for the flyer with the link.<br><br>Last night your <strong>junior boys’ football </strong>fought an extremely hard battle against Nantyr Shores but came up short losing 28-7. <br>Touchdown scored by Zander with the extra point scored by Neil.<br>No practice tonight but we will see everyone Tuesday in preparation for our game Wednesday. <br><br>Now for your <strong>boys volleyball</strong> update... Yesterday both juniors and seniors travelled to Bear Creek in games of undefeated teams with opposite outcomes.  The juniors started the night against a tough opponent and struggled to find their game losing the first set 25-17... The boys bounced back in the second set winning 25-16 but then struggled in the last two sets losing 25-11 and 25-10. The seniors then took the court and showed the coaching staff a gear they had not shown yet defeating the strong kodiaks impressively with a three set to one victory...the boys came out and played great defense and mixed it in with some timely kills and a great effort fro. The setter defeating bear creek 25-19;25-20;15-25;25-19...Their next action is Tuesday with the buy in game ...have you bought your ticket yet to see an action packed game....<br><br>Hey Wildcats it's that time of the year again, it's <strong>Eastview's coffee house</strong>! This year's Halloween Coffee House will be held on October 25th at 7pm. If you are interested in preforming, auditions start next week and will run from Wednesday to Friday. The sign up sheet will be posted today on the vocal room's door. We can't wait to see you there!<br><br>Shout out to our <strong>Senior Girls Basketball</strong> team for their efforts during last night and Wednesday night games. Their passion and heart are seen on the court, with their strong plays. The games were close, but not in our favour. Good fight ladies!<br></p><p><span><span>This is a reminder to graduating students that a representative from <br>Tyndale University will be meeting with students in the front foyer today from 10:45-1:15.</span></span></p><p><span><span></span></span><span><span></span></span>The <strong>Swim Team</strong> will meet on Tuesday, Oct. 15 at East Bayfield from 7:30 - 9:00.</p><p>A quick message from <strong>Chartwells</strong>.  Happy Friday and Pacific Rim day in the cafeteria.  Come and try our new flavors from Thailand, Southeast Asia and China.  Think you have the best costume this Halloween season?  Prove it by posting a picture of your costume on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter using #chartwellscostume before October 31st.  The winner will get a FREE pizza party for five people!   Have a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend and we appreciate your business.</p><h1>Thursday, October 10</h1><span><span><span><p>Pull tabs are collected to support the <strong>foster puppy program</strong>.  The puppies are fostered out to be socialized and learn behavior in public. It costs $25,000 to train these puppies to be future dog guides. The Dogs are trained for: <br></p><ul><li>Vision for those with Vision Loss, </li><li>Hearing with hearing loss, </li><li>Diabetic Alert for those that are Hypoglycemic,. </li><li>Seizure response, </li><li>Autism, </li><li>Service for those with physical disabilities</li><li>Support for those in traumatic situations. </li></ul><p>These dogs are used by professionals. Attention grade 10 students.   If you wrote EQAO last year, please come down to the main office on your lunch to collect your results.  Results will be available during the first 20 mins of period 3 and period 4.</p></span></span></span><p>Students interested in trying out for the <strong>curling team</strong> are asked to sign up on the curling board between the two gyms.  FIrst practice is Wednesday, Oct 16 at 3:30 at the Barrie Curling Club.  Students will need to wear comfortable clothing, no jeans, and have clean indoor shoes.  No experience necessary!  For more information, please see Ms. Kelly in the front gym.<br><br>Hey wildcats next week is the big<strong> buyout</strong> for your<strong> boys volleyball</strong> team! Everyday this week we will be selling tickets for 3 dollars during third and fourth period. All the money goes towards the women and children’s shelter. make sure you buyout and get your tickets signed by your 5th period teacher, so you can come support the boys during their big game against innisdale!<br><br>Any interested grade 12’s in attending the <strong>Ontario College Fair</strong> being held at Georgian College on October 30th, please pick up a permission form in Guidance to be signed by parents.  Most colleges will be represented at the fair for you to speak with personally regarding any questions you might have.  Return the form to Guidance and plan to attend a supervised walk over to the college.   <br><br>Good Morning Wildcats, Do you want a<strong> student card</strong>? Do you need a student card? Well they are back! Student government will be selling them period 3 and 4 in the wildcat lounge outside the cafe for 10 dollars. Just a reminder student cards are mandatory if you want to attend any school events. So make sure you don’t forget to get those student cards wildcats!  They are also great for discounts at stores, photo id and city bus passes.<br><br>Reminder to the <strong>Junior Boys Soccer</strong> players that we will be practicing after school today at 3pm.<br><br>The<strong> jr boys’ football team</strong> is dismissed at 1:50 today for their game against Nantyr. If students are writing a test they can stay to finish it as our game is after school. Any questions please touch base with Coach  Hargreaves. <br><br>The<strong> Senior Tennis Team</strong> wrapped up an exciting fall season yesterday. In SCAA action, seven students qualified to move on with Vaughn winning gold, Gabe silver, and Amanda silver all in singles action. In doubles, Sam and Tristan won gold, while Maggie and Laetitia won silver. Eastview brought home more hardware from GBs yesterday where once again Vaughn and Gabe won gold and silver respectively, and the boys doubles team of Sam and Tristan walked away with another gold medal.<br>Congratulations to the entire team!<br><br>Good luck goes out to both <strong>boys volleyball</strong> teams as they travel to Bear Creek to take on the Kodiaks in matches between undefeated teams....good luck cats! Players are released from class at 1:30 to board the bus for 1:45.<br><br>Well Eastview you’ve begged for it and now it’s here. The senior girls<strong> Flag football</strong> team will be playing at 1:30 today. How expensive are these tickets you ask. Well if your teacher wants you to watch this game we are willing to give away seats today for FREE!! This is a once in a semester opportunity. Please stick around after the game to get an autograph and selfie with your favourite players. Go Wildcats!Players are dismissed at 12:30 and should be on field at 1:00 ready to play.<br><br>Yesterday your Wildcats <strong>Senior Boys Football</strong> team traveled to Barrie North Collegiate in a battle of the SCAA's two unbeaten teams. It was the Johnny Marais show as the Wildcat running back scored a beautiful touchdown and Eastview prevailed 40-22. Other TDs were scored by Will, Riley and Ryan while Nathan Tucker threw 3 TD passes. Jonah led the defence with 2 timely interceptions while the Wildcat linemen dominated all day. Great win Cats! Next game is next Wednesday at Orillia.<br><br>The swimming team will look to start things back up next Tuesday. Tonight's practice will be cancelled.  Please listen to the announcement for more information or look to the swimming display case in the ESSAA hallway. <br><br>Good Morning everyone! What a great turn out of Gratitude Leaves. Thank you to all those who participated and enjoyed a few minutes of gratitude to start off the day yesterday. Please continue these positive thoughts every day if you can. <br>NOW,  to announce the WINNING class of yesterdays gratitude challenge....Mrs. Revelis!!! Congratulations class, you have won a free breakfast. Breakfast will be brought to you in your first period class. <br><br><br>Our daily message from Your cafe. Today is our Chef Corbin special. Chartwells offers new mouth-watering specials each day. lf you're not sure if you'll like one of our specials, ask for a FREE sample and try it before you buy it! We appreciate your business.<br><br></p><h1>Wednesday, October 9</h1><span><span><p>Pull tabs are collected to support the <strong>foster puppy program</strong>.  The puppies are fostered out to be socialized and learn behavior in public. It costs $25,000 to train these puppies to be future dog guides. The Dogs are trained for: <br></p><ul><li>Vision for those with Vision Loss, </li><li>Hearing with hearing loss, </li><li>Diabetic Alert for those that are Hypoglycemic,. </li><li>Seizure response, </li><li>Autism, </li><li>Service for those with physical disabilities</li><li>Support for those in traumatic situations. </li></ul><p>These dogs are used by professionals. Attention grade 10 students.   If you wrote EQAO last year, please come down to the main office on your lunch to collect your results.  Results will be available during the first 20 mins of period 3 and period 4.</p></span></span><p>Students interested in trying out for the <strong>curling team</strong> are asked to sign up on the curling board between the two gyms.  FIrst practice is Wednesday, Oct 16 at 3:30 at the Barrie Curling Club.  Students will need to wear comfortable clothing, no jeans, and have clean indoor shoes.  No experience necessary!  For more information, please see Ms. Kelly in the front gym.<br><br>Hey Wildcats next week is the big <strong>buyout </strong>for your boys volleyball team! everyday this week we will be selling tickets for 3 dollars during third and fourth period. all the money goes towards the women and children’s shelter. Make sure you bu yout and get your tickets signed by your 5th period teacher, so you can come support the boys during their big game against Innisdale!<br><br>Good Morning Wildcats, Do you want a <strong>student card</strong>? Do you need a student card? Well they are back! Student government will be selling them period 3 and 4 in the wildcat lounge outside the cafe for 10 dollars. Just a reminder student cards are mandatory if you want to attend any school events. So make sure you don’t forget to get those student cards wildcats! They are also great for discounts at stores, photo id and city bus passes.<br><br>Good Morning Wildcats! The leadership class would like to thank everyone who donated money to the home room challenge in support of the <strong>Terry Fox Foundation</strong>. We have added up the totals and we have the top 3 classes. In third place we have Mr.Champagnes class. In second place we have Miss Chittick's class. And in first place and the winner of the Terry Fox home room challenge is...... Mr. Dominic's class!!!!  Mr. Dominic's homeroom will be receiving donuts at the end of the week for collecting the most money.   Congratulations and thanks for making a difference!<br><br>All<strong> music students</strong> attending the Mansfield trip departing this morning are excused from period 1 at 8:45 to come to the music room. A reminder to concert choir members that the rehearsal after school today is cancelled due to the trip.<br><br>Please excuse the <strong>Senior Boys Footba</strong>ll Team today at 10:45 today in preparation for their game at Barrie North this afternoon. Go get 'em Cats!<br><br>Congratulations goes out to the <strong>Junior boys volleyball</strong> team on their three set sweep of Bradford Yesterday to push their record to four wins and no losses.  Despite some rust in the early going the Wildcats were able to show their superior volleyball skills in thewin with scores of 25-18. 25-23 25-20...their next action is tomorrow as they travel to bear creek to face their biggest challenge of the year...good luck cats.<br><br>This is a reminder that<strong> We Club</strong> is meeting today during period 3 lunch in room 177. <br><br>The<strong> Junior Boys Soccer</strong> team ended their regular season game play on a high note yesterday afternoon, with a 7-3 victory over Banting. The game served as a fantastic opportunity for all players to see the field, continue to build as a team & mentally prepare for playoffs next week. Strong defence and some aggressive shot taking at the beginning at the game sealed the deal for Eastview. Alex Seyfried applied pressure and controlled the offence to score 3 back to back goals early on & set the tone for the remainder of the game. Josh followed with 2 goals and Martin and Charlie each scored 1. Great job boys! Next Practice Thursday, Oct. 10th at 3pm.<br><br>Congratulations goes out the <strong>junior girls’ flag football</strong> team for their win yesterday against Nantyr, with a score of 31 to 0. Great playing by both offensive and defensive players. Way to go Cats! <br><br>Want to make new friends and meet interesting people?  Then join the <strong>games club</strong>!  We meet TODAY in room 163 after school.  We play mostly board games of all kinds:   old favourites like Monopoly, Life, Battleship, Clue, Chess, AND new ones like Deception, Betrayal, Schmovie, Last Friday.  And maybe we can even play D & D.  Come see what we're all about!  Pop and Chips provided!  That's TODAY, after school in room 163.  See you there!<br><br></p><h1>Tuesday, October 8</h1><p><strong></strong></p><span><p>Pull tabs are collected to support the <strong>foster puppy program</strong>.  The puppies are fostered out to be socialized and learn behavior in public. It costs $25,000 to train these puppies to be future dog guides. The Dogs are trained for: <br></p><ul><li>Vision for those with Vision Loss, </li><li>Hearing with hearing loss, </li><li>Diabetic Alert for those that are Hypoglycemic,. </li><li>Seizure response, </li><li>Autism, </li><li>Service for those with physical disabilities</li><li>Support for those in traumatic situations. </li></ul><p>These dogs are used by professionals. Attention grade 10 students.   If you wrote EQAO last year, please come down to the main office on your lunch to collect your results.  Results will be available during the first 20 mins of period 3 and period 4.</p><p>Attention <strong>grade 10 students</strong>.   If you wrote <strong>EQAO test</strong> last year, please come down to the main office on your lunch to collect your results.  Results will be available during the first 20 mins of period 3 and period 4.<br><br>This is a reminder to <strong>graduating students</strong> that a representative from Ryerson Engineering will be meeting with students in the front foyer today from 11:30-12:30.<br><br>Students interested in trying out for the <strong>curling team</strong> are asked to sign up on the curling board between the two gyms.  FIrst practice is Wednesday, Oct 16 at 3:30 at the Barrie Curling Club.  Students will need to wear comfortable clothing, no jeans, and have clean indoor shoes.  No experience necessary!  For more information, please see Ms. Kelly in the front gym.<br><br>A big congratulations goes out to the <strong>varsity girls golf team</strong> who competed in the GB championships yesterday.  All 3 players, Lilly Lamoureux, Avery Smith, and Grace Holjak competed hard with long drives and precise putting with Grace Holjak will be moving on to OFSAA next week.  Awesome job ladies!  <br><br>Hey Eastview on Tuesday, October 15h during 5th period your <strong>senior boys volleyball</strong> team is facing the Innisdale Invaders! Come down to the wildcat lounge during third and fourth period starting today and buy your ticket for 3 dollars to come support the boys! all the money will go to the women and children’s shelter. let’s go wildcats!!<br><br>Please excuse the <strong>Senior Boys soccer team</strong> today at 1:17 for the game against Nantyr Shores.The team should change and be out on the field ready for warm-up by 1:35.<br><br>Any boys or girls <strong>soccer players</strong> interested in ordering Eastview Soccer Hoodies should come find Coach Malolepszy or find the link to order from outside of Room 153 or 209.  Orders must be in by Monday October 14th at 8 AM.<br><br>All students interested in the Eastview <strong>Student Bible Study</strong>, please join us TODAY after school in room 227 from 2:45 to 3:30. No worries if you've missed previous meetings. Join us any time. No supplies needed. See you in room 227 at 2:45.<br><br><strong>JR BOYS VOLLEYBALL</strong>-   good luck to the junior boys volleyball team as they continue to keep their undefeated season going as they take on Bradford right after school in the front gym-  the boys look to push their season to 4 straight wins- come on out and cheer on the boys.... players are released from class at 2:00pm to be dressed and ready and putting up the net once the gym classes have left the gym.  Good luck Cats.<br><br>Last Thursday the <strong>Junior Boys Soccer team</strong> headed to Alliston to take on the Banting Marauders. Despite a slow start to the game and the rainy, wet conditions, the boys managed to pull out a 4-3 win with Martin Yun sealing the game winning goal in the last five minutes of play. In further league game action, the boys took on the Bear Creek Kodiaks yesterday with home field advantage. The boys managed to hold off their opponents to a score of 0-0 at half, were first to the ball, communicating and passing great. However, going into the second half of the game our Eastview boys seemed to lose steam as well as the wind advantage and the top seeded team from Bear Creek capitalized and ended up walking away with a 4-0 victory. The boys will return to the Eastview field today after school to once again play Banting and hopefully secure another ‘W’. Game start time of 3:30. Juniors - please arrive ready to warm up for 3 pm. <br><br><strong>MILITARY CO-OP </strong>Any students interested in applying to the Military Co-op and working as a Armoured Reconnaissance soldier or an Army Communication & Information Systems Specialists for next semester please go to the co-op office to find out more information and pick up an application package. <br><br>Please listen to a quick message from <strong>Chartwells</strong>. Today is Customer Appreciation day in the cafe. We will be offering specialty treats and giving away prizes as part of our alarm clock special during lunch hour. We appreciate your business.<br><br>Thursday, October 10th will be our “Thanksgiving dinner special” Please see caf flyers for details and pricing. Thank you and we appreciate your business.<br><br>Good morning Wildcats!!  Do you want a <strong>student card</strong>? Do you need a student card? Well they are back! Student government will be selling them period 3 and 4 in the wildcat lounge outside the cafe for 10 dollars. Just a reminder student cards are mandatory if you want to attend any school events. So make sure you don’t forget to get those student cards wildcats!  They are also great for discounts at stores, photo id and city bus passes.<br><br></p></span><h1>​Monday, October 7</h1><p><br></p><p>Pull tabs are collected to support the <strong>foster puppy program</strong>.  The puppies are fostered out to be socialized and learn behavior in public. It costs $25,000 to train these puppies to be future dog guides. The Dogs are trained for: <br></p><ul><li>Vision for those with Vision Loss, </li><li>Hearing with hearing loss, </li><li>Diabetic Alert for those that are Hypoglycemic,. </li><li>Seizure response, </li><li>Autism, </li><li>Service for those with physical disabilities</li><li>Support for those in traumatic situations. </li></ul><p></p><p>These dogs are used by professionals. Attention grade 10 students.   If you wrote EQAO last year, please come down to the main office on your lunch to collect your results.  Results will be available during the first 20 mins of period 3 and period 4.<br><br>This is a reminder to <strong>graduating students</strong> that a representative from the University of New Brunswick will be meeting with students in the front foyer today from 11:30-12:30.<br><br>Students interested in trying out for the <strong>curling team</strong> are asked to sign up on the curling board between the two gyms.  FIrst practice is Wednesday, Oct 16 at 3:30 at the Barrie Curling Club.  Students will need to wear comfortable clothing, no jeans, and have clean indoor shoes.  No experience necessary!  For more information, please see Ms. Kelly in the front gym.<br><br>Teachers please excuse members of the <strong>Jr. Boys soccer team</strong> at 1:15 today for their home game at 2pm vs Bear Creek.<br><br>There will be no<strong> x-country</strong> practice tonight due to the staff meeting.  Our meet this week is in Midland on Thursday.  Practices Tues and Wed as usual.<br><br>Attention Wildcats!<br>Starting tomorrow <strong>student cards</strong> will be on sale in the Wildcat Lounge during both lunches. Cards are $10 and will allow you to access specific events during the school year AND provide you discounts on tickets to Semi-Formal and Prom! Cards can also be purchased through School Cash online and a table will be set up for student card sales at Parent-Teacher Interviews this Thursday.<br>Don’t delay- get your card this week! <br><br>Please listen to a quick message from <strong>Chartwells</strong>. We will be offering our delicious potato bowl specialtoday in the caf6 at lunch. Please join us in the cafe tomorrow for customer appreciation day. Remember to follow us on Facebook, Twitter and lnstagram for your chance to win a FREE large pizza during our customer appreciation draw. We appreciate your business.<br><br></p>
Morning Announcements Week of September 30http://eas.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/school-news/132Morning Announcements Week of September 30<h1>Thursday, October 3<br></h1><p><br></p><p>Pull tabs are collected to support the<strong> foster puppy</strong> program. The puppies are fostered out to be socialized and learn behavior in public. It costs $25,000 to train these puppies to be future dog guides. The Dogs are trained for: <br></p><ul><li>Vision for those with Vision Loss, </li><li>Hearing with hearing loss, </li><li>Diabetic Alert for those that are Hypoglycemic,. </li><li>Seizure response, </li><li>Autism, </li><li>Service for those with physical disabilities</li><li>Support for those in traumatic situations. </li></ul><p></p><p>These dogs are used by professionals.There is no cost to anyone who requires a Dog Guide for those who qualify. Pull tab collection containers will be in the cafeteria and in the staff room. <br><br>Attention, all <strong>Drama Club</strong> members! The handouts for writing our 'Play It Foreword' scenes are on the outside of the door of the Drama Studio, room 150! Make sure you pick one up if you were not at last week's meeting. Also, just a reminder -  there will be no Drama Club meeting this week due to the P.A. Day tomorrow, so we will see you next Friday.<br><br>This is a reminder to <strong>graduating students</strong> that a representative from Lakehead University will be meeting with students in the front foyer today from 10:45 to 12:30. <br><br>Please note that the <strong>Atlantic Universities Fair</strong> that was scheduled for October 3rd has been <span style="text-decoration:underline;">cancelled</span>. ​Those that were interested in attending this event can visit aarao.ca/fairs/on for additional dates and locations.<br><br>Teachers, please excuse members of the<strong> Senior and Junior Boys Soccer</strong> teams at 12:45 pm today for their game vs Banting. The bus will leave at  1pm. Any members of either team who are unable to make the game today, please see Ms. Stam in the Resource Room (Room 169). We will be wearing our new jerseys, so those of you who played on the team last year, please remember to bring your blue jerseys to the game.<br><br>The<strong> junior girls flag football</strong> team is dismissed at 1:30. Please meet at the front foyer at 1:40 for our game at Georgian Fields. Please be dressed appropriately for the weather.<br><br>Your wildcat <strong>Junior Football</strong> team played their third game of the season and were victorious beating Innisdale by a score of 38-6. <br>The defence shut down any attempts by Innisdale to gain yards while the offence capitalized and ran smart plays to score some pretty touchdowns. Shout outs to Jesse for an outstanding one handed catch for the touchdown and to Jackson for quick thinking on a bobbled snap for running the ball in for a 2 point conversion. Both Lucas and Chris were both solid at the helm. Well done boys!! Practice tonight after school.  Please see Coach Hargreaves if you are unable to attend.<br><br>Your Eastview Wildcats<strong> Senior Football</strong> team took to the field yesterday and extended their unbeaten record to 3 and 0 in league play, defeating the Innisdale Invaders 38-7. Ryan Rodgers led the offense with 3 touchdowns while Jacob added another on a pass from Nathan. Josh led the defense with a scintillating punt return for a touchdown while Robert had a strong game as well. Next Wednesday the WIldcats take on our Grove Street rivals, the Barrie North Vikings. Way to go 'Cats!<br><br>There will be no <strong>swim team</strong> practice tonight.<br><br>Homeroom teachers who have money for <strong>Terry Fox</strong> please send a student to the main office with any donations immediately after these announcements. Any students who have been collecting pledges please bring pledge forms and money to the office as well.If you are unable to bring the donations down at this time you can leave them in Ms. Cain's mailbox. We will announce contest winners next week.  A big thank you to all those who supported the Terry Fox Foundation this year.  We raised over $1500 so far. </p><p><br><span><span>Please listen to a quick message from <strong>Chartwells</strong>. Join us in the caf6 today and enjoy our Chef Corbin special. Next week we will be offering a delicious Thanksgiving dinner. Pre-order your satisfying plate full of Turkey, Veggies, Mashed Potatoes, Stuffing, Gravy and fresh Cranberry Sauce with a Dessert and a Jet Julce for only $S.SS. We appreciate your business.</span></span><br></p><h1>Wednesday, October 2</h1><p><br></p><p>Pull tabs are collected to support the<strong> foster puppy program</strong>.  The puppies are fostered out to be socialized and learn behavior in public. It costs $25,000 to train these puppies to be future dog guides The Dogs are trained for: <br></p><ul><li>Vision for those with Vision Loss, </li><li>Hearing with hearing loss, </li><li>Diabetic Alert for those that are Hypoglycemic,. </li><li>Seizure response, </li><li>Autism, </li><li>Service for those with physical disabilities</li><li>Support for those in traumatic situations. </li></ul><p><span id="part1"><span>These dogs are used by professionals</span></span>. There is no cost to anyone who requires a Dog Guide for those who qualify. Pull tab collection containers will be in the cafeteria and in the staff room. <br><br>Want to make new friends and meet interesting people?  Then join the <strong>games club</strong>!  We meet TODAY in room 163 after school.  We play mostly board games of all kinds:   old favourites like Monopoly, Life, Battleship, Clue, Chess, AND new ones like Deception, Betrayal, Schmovie, Last Friday.  And maybe we can even play D & D.  Come see what we're all about!  Pop and Chips provided!  That's TODAY, after school in room 163.  See you there!<br><br>Please excuse the <strong>senior boys football team</strong> at 11:15 today for their game vs Innisdale at Georgian Field.<br><br>Reminder to all homeroom teachers and students that tomorrow is the last day to bring in your donations for <strong>Terry Fox</strong>.  You have two more days to try to win donuts for the class or if you are collecting pledges for the $25 gift card.  Keep it coming wildcats!  Both contests end tomorrow.<br><br>A quick message from <strong>Chartwells  </strong>Last year Chartwells A quick message from Chartwells Last year Chartwells gave away over $60, 000 in social media exclusive prizes in Ontario. Like us on Facebook, follow us on lnstagram & Twitter and add us on Snapchat for exclusive offers and chances to win free stuff. Our specials today are baked pasta and Panzerottis. We appreciate your business.<br><br>Attention all <strong>grade 11 & 12 students</strong>. Are you considering attending a university in Eastern Canada? The Atlantic Universities Fair is coming to Eastview this Thursday October 3rd from<br>6-8pm. Any students interested in learning more about program options or speaking to representatives from schools out East, should plan to attend the event on Thursday evening.<br><br>Thank you to all of the volunteers from <strong>ESSAA </strong>and others for timing and scoring the Blackball tournament this weekend.  However, the<span style="text-decoration:underline;"> tournament has been cancelled</span>.  It may be rescheduled for later in the season so we may ask for your help again soon.  Thank you again for the offer of your time.<br><br></p><h1>Tuesday, October 1</h1><p><br></p><p>Pull tabs are collected to support the <strong>foster puppy program</strong>.  The puppies are fostered out to be socialized and learn behavior in public. It costs $25,000 to train these puppies to be future dog guides.The Dogs are trained for: <br></p><ul><li>Vision for those with Vision Loss, </li><li>Hearing with hearing loss, </li><li>Diabetic Alert for those that are Hypoglycemic,. </li><li>Seizure response, </li><li>Autism, </li><li>Service for those with physical disabilities</li><li>Support for those in traumatic situations.</li></ul><p></p><p>These dogs are used by professionals.There is no cost to anyone who requires a Dog Guide for those who qualify. Pull tab collection containers will be in the cafeteria and in the staff room. <br><br>All students interested in the Eastview Student <strong>Bible Study</strong>, please join us TODAY after school in room 227 from 2:45 to 3:30. No worries if you've missed previous meetings. Join us any time. No supplies needed. See you in room 227 at 2:45.<br><br>This is a reminder to <strong>graduating students</strong> that a representative from the University of Waterloo will be meeting with students in the front foyer today from 11:00 to 1:15. Also the University of Guelph at Humber will have a representative here in the front foyer today from 11:30-12:30.<br><br><strong>Attention Graduating Students:</strong><br>Are you interested in applying for the Loran Award? Loran Scholars are chosen for their character, service and leadership potential. They deeply value integrity and honesty, are curious by nature and are interested in a wide range of subjects. Furthermore, they are willing to take meaningful risks and prioritize results over appearances. Each Loran Scholar has shown a sustained commitment to service in the community, has taken the initiative to create positive changes and is interested in working for a better world.<br>If this sounds like you and you have a minimum 90% average, please see Mr. Wilson in Guidance to pick up an application.<br><br>Hey wildcats, are you looking for <strong>leadership opportunities</strong>, volunteer hours or do you want to create change? Come on down to room 177 during third period on Wednesday to join the We Club! Everyone is welcome!<br><br>A quick message from <strong>Chartwells</strong>. Happy October!  This month enjoy our flavours of the fall muffins for only $1.25.  Choose from Cranberry, Pumpkin or Oatmeal.  Our special today will be a Mexican Beef Burrito!  We appreciate your business.<br><br>A big congratulations goes out to the <strong>varsity girls golf</strong> team who competed at the regional qualifier yesterday at Batteaux Creek golf club.  Grace Holjak and Avery Smith lit up the course with booming drives, accurate wedges, and solid putting.  They both qualified for the GB championships next week, well done!<br><br><strong>Good morning Wildcats</strong>! After an extra long summer break, Eastview’s favourite dog is back at school! As a part of the <strong>Canine Ambassador Program</strong> you may see <span style="text-decoration:underline;">Obi </span>a couple of times each week in the halls with Mrs. Paemurd, hanging out in her classroom and in Resource. Obi LOVES the attention so feel free to say hello when you see him.<br><br>Time for your weekly <strong>volleyball </strong>update....both senior and junior teams travelled to nantyr to take on the Tritons yesterday.....in Normal Eastview fashion both teams came out swinging....the seniors dominates the first two sets 25-18; 25-15... The third set the team struggled a bit losing 25-22 but we're able to pull off the fourth set with a close 26-24...In the junior game the boys rocked the Tritons with a straight three set win, 25-10; 25-17: 25-19... The cats were significantly better prepared both offensively and defensively as they took advantage of the many nantyr mistakes....good work to both the seniors and juniors<br><br>Stop and listen to this highly important news bulletin: the <strong>senior girls football team</strong> defeated Nantyr Shores last night. Like a hurricane, the girls took to the field with a fury. The opposing team did not know what to do to combat an amazing line of offence plays, with defence completely shutting the door on them as well. Come see the girls play on Thursday. You do not want to miss this jaw dropping, hard hitting, flag pulling action. There are still a few hundred tickets left, but the first 50 fans with get Amelies autograph our player of the game. Eastview this is the team of the season<br><br>Want to make new friends and meet interesting people?  Then join the <strong>games club</strong>!  We meet every Wednesday in room 163 after school.  We play mostly board games of all kinds: old favourites like Monopoly, Life, Battleship, Clue, Chess, AND new ones like Deception, Betrayal, Schmovie, Last Friday.  And maybe we can even play D & D.  Come see what we're all about!  Pop and Chips provided!  That's this Wednesday, after school in room 163.  See you there!<br><br>Good morning Wildcats.... <br>Did you have a sweet gift on your locker this morning? <br>The Eastview Secondary School <strong>Equality Club</strong> (ESSE for short) left small gifts of sweets randomly in the school to spread happiness and fun. Come and join ESSE in the fun Mondays 245 to 4 in room 202. Cant wait to see you!<br><br></p><h1>Monday, September 30</h1><p><br></p><p>Pull tabs are being collected to support the <strong>foster puppy</strong> program. The puppies are fostered out to be socialized and learn behavior in public. It costs $25,000 to train these puppies to be future dog guides. The Dogs are trained for: <br></p><ul><li>Vision for those with Vision Loss, </li><li>Hearing with hearing loss, </li><li>Diabetic Alert for those that are Hypoglycemic,. </li><li>Seizure response, </li><li>Autism, </li><li>Service for those with physical disabilities</li><li>Support for those in traumatic situations. These dogs are used by professionals</li></ul><p>There is no cost to anyone who requires a Dog Guide for those who qualify. Pull tab collection containers will be in the cafeteria and in the staff room. <br><br>Any students interested in applying to the <strong>Military Co-op</strong> and working as a Armoured Reconnaissance soldier or an Army Communication & Information Systems Specialists for next semester please go to the co-op office to find out more information and pick up an application package. <br><br>All students interested in the Eastview <strong>Student Bible Study</strong>, please join us tomorrow after school in room 227 from 2:45 to 3:30. No worries if you've missed previous meetings. Join us any time. No supplies needed.<br><br>Reminder to members of the<strong> Junior Boys Soccer</strong> team that we will be practicing Tues and Wednesday this week at 3pm in preparation for our game vs Banting on Thursday.<br><br>Good luck to the<strong> Sr Girls Flag Footba</strong><strong>ll</strong> Team as they travel to Nantyr to extend their winning streak!  The girls are excused at 1:00 and bus leaves at 1:15!!!<br><br>Tonight is the last outing for the<strong> golf club</strong> at Simoro. Those attending should be hitting balls on the range by 4:30. Anyone new wanting to join us should see Mr. Darlington in room 242 during period 4. The club will start up again in the spring.<br><br>Good luck goes out to the<strong> senior and junior boys volleyball</strong> teams as they travel to Nantyr Shores to take on the Tritons. Both teams are attempting to keep their undefeated seasons alive...good luck cats... Both teams are released from class after period four to be ready to board the bus....<br><br>Attention<strong> basketball players</strong> and students with timing, scoring and shot clock experience.  Eastview will be hosting 2 Basketball games this Friday at 3:00 in both gyms and 4 games on Saturday at 9:00 and 10:30am in both gyms.  Anyone interested in volunteering timing and scoring, please see Mr. Tizzard today in room 239 or the math office.  You will receive community service hours for your time. <br><br>Hey Wildcats, are you looking for leadership opportunities, volunteer hours or do you want to create change? Come on down to room 177 during third period on Wednesday to join the <strong>We Club</strong>! Everyone is welcome!</p><p><br><span>A quick message from <strong>Chartwells</strong>.<br>Please join us in the caf for our burger express special. Choose your patty and choose your toppings! Free cookie anyone? Please like us on Facebook for your chance to win exclusive prizes throughout the year and to receive a FREE COOKIE today! Thank you and we appreciate your business.</span><br></p>
Morning Announcements Week of September 23http://eas.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/school-news/131Morning Announcements Week of September 23<h1>Friday, September 27</h1><p>Do you need more volunteer hours? Are you free on Saturday, September 28? If so, we need your help! We are looking for volunteers to help with an upcoming event, the Midhurst Autumnfest Fall Fair. <br><br>Autumnfest is taking place on Saturday, September 28 from 10 am to 3 pm. Volunteers are asked to show up at 7:30 am if able. Be sure to bring younger siblings and friends to participate in all of the exciting contests and games. If you’re interested, or require more information, speak with Mrs. Hodgson in room 172 Periods 4 or 5.<br><br>Pull tabs are collected to support the foster puppy program.  The puppies are fostered out to be socialized and learn behavior in public. It costs $25,000 to train these puppies to be future dog guides<br>The Dogs are trained for: <br> Vision for those with Vision Loss, <br>Hearing with hearing loss, <br>Diabetic Alert for those that are Hypoglycemic,. <br>Seizure response, <br>Autism, <br>Service for those with physical disabilities<br>Support for those in traumatic situations. These dogs are used by professionals<br>There is no cost to anyone who requires a Dog Guide for those who qualify.<br>Pull tab collection containers will be in the cafeteria and in the staff room. <br><br>Hey Drama Club members! Last week's meeting was a total blast! If you were there you know what we're talking about. If you weren't, no worries. You can still come on out. If you didn't get a chance to fill out an Intake Form at last week's meeting, blank forms are now posted on the Drama room door. Please grab one, fill it out and bring it with you to Drama Club today. Also, we're really excited to be starting to create our original scripts today so please be bring something to write with and something to write on. Computers are acceptable. We can’t wait to see you in The Drama Studio, that's room 150, after school, from 2:45pm to 4:00pm!<br><br>Hey Eastview! If you enjoy swimming, consider joining the SwimCat Swim Club - as we start practices next week!<br>Anyone who wants to join us is welcome. You do not have to be a competitive swimmer to enjoy the fun! <br>Be sure to grab an info package from the folder under swimming in the Athletics Hallway!<br>See Mr. Trayling for information.<br><br>A reminder to all music students of the workshop during period 2 today in the cafeteria. Any students currently enrolled in a music class or in an after-school music ensemble are invited and encouraged to attend.<br><br>This is a reminder to graduating students that a representative from Canadore College will be meeting with students in the front foyer today from 10:45 to 1:15.<br><br>A quick message from Chartwells.  Enjoy one of our delicious WE menu items in the café and provide a healthy meal to a child in need.  Please see café staff for more details.  Our supervisor specials today are baked pasta, sweet and sour chicken stir fry, and vegetarian pizza. We appreciate your business<br><br>Last night the senior girls flag football team steam rolled Twin Lakes on our home field. With the bleachers packed and loud, the girls were focused and on fire wanting a big victory. The Offense put together some smooth executed plays while the Defense would not allow them to move up the field. Eastview fans this is the team to watch in the coming weeks. At the press conference last night Coach Misener said we’ve got more tricks up our sleeve. Wow, next game for the girls is Monday ! Don’t miss the hard hitting, flag ripping action. Tickets are free to the first 500 fans <br><br>Yesterday your senior boys football team defeated the Banting Marauders 37-0 in Eastview’s Terry Fox bowl. Touchdowns were scored by Johnny Marais, Nathan Tucker and Will McCulloch while the offensive line of Wes Binnie, Isaac Hickling, Nolan Chalmers, Alex Gordon and Trevor Primeau-Kondring dominated all game. Josh Flindall, Lucas Smith and Noah Davy led the defence to a shutout performance. The team would like to thank Ms Cain and the leadership class as well as all the staff and students who supported this tremendous event in spite of the blustery conditions.</p><h1>Thursday, September 26</h1> Do you need more volunteer hours? Are you free on Saturday, September 28? If so, we need your help! We are looking for volunteers to help with an upcoming event, the Midhurst Autumnfest Fall Fair. <br>Autumnfest is taking place on Saturday, September 28 from 10 am to 3 pm. Volunteers are asked to show up at 7:30 am if able. Be sure to bring younger siblings and friends to participate in all of the exciting contests and games. If you’re interested, or require more information, speak with Mrs. Hodgson in room 172 Periods 4 or 5.<br><br>Pull tabs are collected to support the foster puppy program.<span>  </span>The puppies are fostered out to be socialized and learn behavior in public. It costs $25,000 to train these puppies to be future dog guidesThe Dogs are trained for:<span> </span><span> </span>Vision for those with Vision Loss,<span> </span>Hearing with hearing loss,<span> </span>Diabetic Alert for those that are Hypoglycemic,.<span> </span>Seizure response,<span> </span>Autism,<span> </span>Service for those with physical disabilitiesSupport for those in traumatic situations. These dogs are used by professionalsThere is no cost to anyone who requires a Dog Guide for those who qualify.Pull tab collection containers will be in the cafeteria and in the staff room. <br><br>This is a reminder to graduating students that a representative from Fleming College and Sault College will be meeting with students in the front foyer today from 11:00 to 12:30.<br><br>The Senior Boys' Soccer team has a game today at 3:30 against Bear Creek. The team is reminded to meet out at the field after school ready to warm up.<br><br>Please excuse the Senior Boys Football Team at 10 a.m. today so they can get ready for today's Terry Fox Bowl vs the Banting Marauders!<br><br>A reminder to members of the junior boys soccer team of our home game vs Bear Creek today. Game starts at 2pm. Please be at the field for 1:30, changed and ready to warm-up. If you are unable to make the game today, please see Ms. Stam in Resource (Room 169).<br><br>A quick message from Chartwell.<span>  </span>Chartwells offers a new mouth-watering specials each day.<span>  </span>If you're not sure if you'll like one of our specials, ask for a FREE sample and try it before you buy it!<span>  </span>Join us in the café today for our "savour local" specials.... Penne with Meatballs and Peppers and Creamy Potato Bacon Soup.<span>   </span>Thank you and we appreciate your business.<p><br></p><h1>Wednesday, September 25</h1><p><br></p><p>Do you need more <strong>volunteer hours</strong>? Are you free on Saturday, September 28? If so, we need your help! We are looking for volunteers to help with an upcoming event, the Midhurst Autumnfest Fall Fair. Autumnfest is taking place on Saturday, September 28 from 10 am to 3 pm. Volunteers are asked to show up at 7:30 am if able. Be sure to bring younger siblings and friends to participate in all of the exciting contests and games. If you’re interested, or require more information, speak with Mrs. Hodgson in room 172 Periods 4 or 5.<br><br>Pull tabs are collected to support the <strong>foster puppy program</strong>.  The puppies are fostered out to be socialized and learn behavior in public. It costs $25,000 to train these puppies to be future dog guides. The Dogs are trained for: <br></p><ul><li>Vision for those with Vision Loss, </li><li>Hearing with hearing loss, </li><li>Diabetic Alert for those that are Hypoglycemic,. </li><li>Seizure response, </li><li>Autism, </li><li>Service for those with physical disabilities</li></ul><p>Support for those in traumatic situations. These dogs are used by professionals. There is no cost to anyone who requires a Dog Guide for those who qualify. Pull tab collection containers wil be in the cafeteria and in the staff room. <br><br>Tomorrow is the big day for our annual <strong>Terry Fox Event</strong>.  We are officially sold out of tickets to the football game.  Anyone who has purchased a ticket must bring their ticket tomorrow in order to exchange the ticket for a wristband.  Don't forget Wildcats!  All those with tickets must bring your ticket tomorrow to exchange it for a wristband during the Terry Fox Walk.  The game will take place rain or shine so dress for the weather. If you are looking for other ways to support the Terry Fox Foundation don't forget you can bring money to your homeroom teacher for our homeroom challenge.  The homeroom with the highest amount of money will win donuts for the class.  You can also pick a pledge form up in the main office if you are looking to collect pledges and the person with the most pledges will win a $25 gift card.  To collect online pledges check your school email for the link.  Don't forget to check out the instagram account to see what today's challenge is.  These contests will both run until the end of September!<br><br>Hey Eastview! If you enjoy swimming, consider joining the <strong>SwimCat Swim Club</strong> - as we start practices next week! Anyone who wants to join us is welcome. You do not have to be a competitive swimmer to enjoy the fun! Be sure to grab an info package from the folder under swimming in the Athletics Hallway!<br>See Mr. Trayling for information.<br><br>Want to make new friends and meet exciting people? Then <strong>games club </strong>is for you!  Our first meeting is TODAY after school in room 163.  Chips and pop will be provided. We play popular games such as Betrayal, Monopoly, Apples to Apples, chess and maybe even Dungeons & Dragons.  That's TODAY, after school, room 163.  See you there!<br><br>The <strong>senior boys' soccer team</strong> played a strong game against Innisdale yesterday. Great team work by Ciaran and Adriano Sil. Great saves made by Goal Keeper Konrad and Eastview Goal scored by Defenseman Matt. Great game Wildcats. Practice tonight at 3 to prepare for Thursdays game against Bear Creek at 3:30.</p><p><br><span><span>A quick message from <strong>Chartwells</strong>.  Join us in the café today and enjoy our Around The World BBQ chicken pizza or our Italiano Panzerotti special.  We appreciate your business.</span></span><br></p><h1>Tuesday, September 24</h1><p><br></p><p>Do you need more<strong> volunteer hours</strong>? Are you free on Saturday, September 28? If so, we need your help! We are looking for volunteers to help with an upcoming event, the Midhurst Autumnfest Fall Fair. Autumnfest is taking place on Saturday, September 28 from 10 am to 3 pm. Volunteers are asked to show up at 7:30 am if able. Be sure to bring younger siblings and friends to participate in all of the exciting contests and games. If you’re interested, or require more information, speak with Mrs. Hodgson in room 172 Periods 4 or 5.<br><br>Pull tabs are collected to support the <strong>foster puppy program</strong>.  The puppies are fostered out to be socialized and learn behavior in public. It costs $25,000 to train these puppies to be future dog guides. The Dogs are trained for: <br></p><ul><li>Vision for those with Vision Loss, </li><li>Hearing with hearing loss, </li><li>Diabetic Alert for those that are Hypoglycemic,. </li><li>Seizure response, </li><li>Autism, </li><li>Service for those with physical disabilities</li><li>Support for those in traumatic situations. </li></ul><p></p><p>These dogs are used by professionals. There is no cost to anyone who requires a Dog Guide for those who qualify. Pull tab collection containers will be in the cafeteria and in the staff room. <br><br> This is a reminder to <strong>graduating students</strong> that a representative from the University of Ottawa will be meeting with students in the front foyer today from 11:30 to 12:30.<br><br>Any interested grade 12’s who would like to travel this Friday to the <strong>University Fair in Toronto</strong> please see Guidance to fill out a form and bring the $10 cost for the field trip.  This needs to be done today.<br><br>Attention <strong>Grade 12 and 11 students</strong>:<br>There will be an information session on scholarships this upcoming Wednesday in the Library at the beginning of Period’s 3 and 4. Each information session will be approximately 30 minutes long and everyone is welcome. Please plan to attend if you are interested.<br><br>All students interested in the Eastview Student <strong>Bible Study</strong>, please join us TODAY after school in room 227 from 2:45 to 3:30. Did you miss last week? No worries! Join us any time. No supplies needed. See you in room 227 at 2:45.<br><br>A big congratulations goes out to <strong>Lilly </strong>who competed in the regional <strong>girls golf </strong>tournament yesterday.  She battled the rain and wind and successfully qualified for the GB championships on October 7.  Way to go Lilly!<br><br>Reminder to the<strong> Jr. Boys Soccer</strong> team that we will be practicing today at 3pm. The game vs Innisdale has been cancelled.<br><br>Want to make new friends and meet exciting people? Then <strong>games club</strong> is for you!  Our first meeting is this Wednesday after school in room 163.  Chips and pop will be provided. We play popular games such as Betrayal, Monopoly, Apples to Apples, chess and maybe even Dungeons & Dragons.  That's this Wednesday, after school, room 163.  See you there!<br><br>Keep it coming Wildcats!!  We have almost completely sold out of tickets for the <strong>Terry Fox Bowl</strong> this upcoming Thursday.  If you did not get your ticket we will have a few left during period 3 for $10.  Students who have purchased tickets must also have brought their community walking permission form in to their homeroom teacher. If you are looking for other ways to support don't forget you can bring money to your homeroom teacher for our homeroom challenge. The homeroom with the highest amount of money will win donuts for the class.  You can also pick a pledge form up in the main office if you are looking to collect pledges and the person with the most pledges will win a $25 gift card.  To collect online pledges check your school email for the link.  Don't forget to check out the instagram account to see what today's challenge is.  These contests will both run until the end of September!<br><br>A quick message from <strong>Chartwells:</strong>  Happy Taco Tuesday!  Everything is awesome in the café, especially during our 2 for $5 taco special happening today.  We appreciate your business.<br><br></p><h1>Monday, September 23<br></h1><p><br></p><p>Do you need more <strong>volunteer hours</strong>? Are you free on Saturday, September 28? If so, we need your help! We are looking for volunteers to help with an upcoming event, the Midhurst Autumnfest Fall Fair. </p>Autumnfest is taking place on Saturday, September 28 from 10 am to 3 pm. Volunteers are asked to show up at 7:30 am if able. Be sure to bring younger siblings and friends to participate in all of the exciting contests and games. If you’re interested, or require more information, speak with Mrs. Hodgson in room 172 Periods 4 or 5.<br><br><strong>Senior girls flag football</strong> are excused at 12:45 today for game at Banting. Bus rolls at 1:15. Go Cats!<span> </span><br><br>Attention <strong>Jr. Boys Soccer </strong>players - our game against Innisdale this Tuesday has been cancelled. As a result of this we will now practice Tuesday and Wednesday this week at 3 p.m. in preparation for our home game against Bear Creek on Thursday. No practice tonight - see you tomorrow! Any questions, please see Ms. Stam in Resource.<br><br>Congratulations goes out to the <strong>senior boys volleyball</strong> team as they travelled to Waterloo to play in a highly competitive tournament on the weekend...the boys played some competitive volleyball winning some sets and losing some sets but seeing major improvements all around...good luck this week as they start their season off on Thursday against Orillia here at Eastview.<br><br>Tonight is the third night for the <strong>Eastview Golf Club</strong> at Simoro. Those attending should be hitting balls on the range by 4:30.<br>Anyone interested in joining the club should see Mr. Darlington in room 242 during period 4.<br><br><strong>Attention Grade 12 and 11 students</strong>:<br>There will be an information session on <strong>scholarships</strong> this upcoming Wednesday in the Library at the beginning of Period’s 3 and 4. Each information session will be approximately 30 minutes long and everyone is welcome. Please plan to attend if you are interested.<br><br>Want to make new friends and meet exciting people? Then <strong>games club</strong> is for you!  Our first meeting is this Wednesday after school in room 163.  Chips and pop will be provided. We play popular games such as Betrayal, Monopoly, Apples to Apples, chess and maybe even Dungeons & Dragons.  That's this Wednesday, after school, room 163.  See you there!<br><br>All students interested in the Eastview Student<strong> Bible Study</strong>, please join us tomorrow after school in room 227 from 2:45 to 3:30. Did you miss last week? No worries! Join us any time. No supplies needed.<br><br>Today during period 4 the <strong>Environmental Action Club</strong> is hoping for some help in making and painting more GOOSE paper bins.  Bring your lunch and a friend to room 246.  No further commitment necessary!<br><br>A quick message from <strong>Chartwells</strong>.<span>  </span>Join us in the café today for our potato bowl special.<span>  </span>Enjoy a bowl<span>  </span>of creamy mashed potatoes topped with your choice of chicken, cheese. Corn and gravy.<span>  </span>We appreciate your business.<p><br></p>
Morning Announcements Week of September 16http://eas.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/school-news/130Morning Announcements Week of September 16<h1>Friday, September 20<br></h1><p><br></p><p>Do you need more volunteer hours? Are you free on Saturday, September 28? If so, we need your help! We are looking for volunteers to help with an upcoming event, the Midhurst Autumnfest Fall Fair. Autumnfest is taking place on Saturday, September 28 from 10 am to 3 pm. Volunteers are asked to show up at 7:30 am if able. Be sure to bring younger siblings and friends to participate in all of the exciting contests and games. If you’re interested, or require more information, speak with Mrs. Hodgson in room 172 Periods 4 or 5.<br><br>Pull tabs are collected to support the <strong>foster puppy program</strong>.  The puppies are fostered out to be socialized and learn behavior in public. It costs $25,000 to train these puppies to be future dog guides. The Dogs are trained for: <br> Vision for those with Vision Loss, <br>Hearing with hearing loss, <br>Diabetic Alert for those that are Hypoglycemic,. <br>Seizure response, <br>Autism, <br>Service for those with physical disabilities<br>Support for those in traumatic situations. These dogs are used by professionals<br>There is no cost to anyone who requires a Dog Guide for those who qualify.<br>Pull tab collection containers will be in the cafeteria and in the staff room. <br><br>Any students in grades 9-12 who are interested in finding out more about <strong>student government </strong>you are invited to come to a meeting during period 4 in Room 163.  For those students unable to attend due to class we will also be meeting after school on Thursday, October 3 from 2:45-4. If you want to share your voice, meet new people or be involved in school and community events you should come out to learn more.  Everyone is welcome.  Please speak to Ms. Cain if you need more information.  <br><br><strong>Leadership students</strong> who have not yet picked up your t-shirts please see Ms. Cain in period 1 or 4 in the office in the main gym.  <br><br>Please sir, may I have some more? That's what you'll be saying after just one serving of<strong> </strong>Eastview's <strong>Drama Club!</strong> Drama club meets TODAY after school in The Drama Studio, that's room 150, from 2:45pm until 4:00pm. You'll have a blast playing hilarious theatre games and doing super fun improv activities. Bring your friends or come on out to make some new ones! Everyone is welcome! No experience necessary! Can’t wait to see you there!<br><br>Are you interested in politics?  Have you ever wondered how our local government works?  If so, have we got an opportunity for you! The City of Barrie is running it's<strong> Student Mayor Program</strong> again this year for students in grades 9 - 12.  For a 3 week term, you could be Barrie's Student Mayor.  Sit in on Council Meetings, learn how decisions are made, and participate in our democracy!<br>If this sounds like an opportunity you'd like to take advantage of, see Mr. Webb in either the History Office (room 245) or the Library.<br><br>Attention all Wildcats!  Our annual<strong> Terry Fox event </strong>is approaching quickly.  This year we will be fundraising, walking and cheering on our Senior Wildcat football team in support of our own true Canadian hero, Terry Fox!  The event will be taking place next Thurs. Sept. 26th and for those individuals who would like to collect pledges you can start by picking up a pledge form in the main office.  The student who collects the most pledges by the end of  September will win a $25.00 gift card.  For those of you who are looking for other ways to support you can purchase tickets for the football game,  you can check out the Instagram contest online, you can collect spare change or donate your lunch money to throw in our donation bucket during the walk OR you can do ALL of these things!  Tickets are on sale during both lunches in the Wildcat Lounge today and Monday for $5 but don't wait to get yours because they are selling fast.  Price will go up to $10 Tuesday if there are any left.<br><br><strong>Video games club </strong>is running after school today from 2:40 - 4:30.  Be sure to come by room 219 to de-stress and have some fun before the weekend!  See you there!<br><br>A quick message from <strong>Chartwells</strong>.  Happy Friday and Pacific Rim day in the café.  Come in and enjoy flavors from Thailand, Southeast Asia and China.  Today is the last day to get a FREE bag of cookies when you spend $6 or more.  We appreciate your business.<br><br>This is a reminder to <strong>graduating students</strong> that a representative from Nipissing University will be meeting with students in the front foyer today from 11:00 to 1:00.<br><br>Rehearsal for the <strong>Terry Fox Bowl half time show </strong>will be today during 3rd lunch and the last 20 minutes of 4th. Please come on your lunch if you are interested in participating!<br><br>Congratulations to the<strong> junior girls flag football</strong> team for their convincing win against Nantyr yesterday with a score of 19 to 6.  Next game is at Banting on Monday. Girls are dismissed at 12:45 as the bus will leave promptly at 1:00 pm.<br><br>The <strong>Eastview Senior Boys Football team</strong> traveled to Bear Creek yesterday to kick off their regular season and came away with a thrilling, come-from-behind 20-16 victory. The Wildcats fell behind early but showed tremendous character in fighting back, scoring the winning touchdown with under 3 minutes remaining. Owen Davey sealed the win with a clutch last minute interception. TDs were scored by Nathan Tucker, Ryan Rodgers and Robert Amos after a blocked kick by Connor Garafalo. Enjoy the weekend wildcats and be ready for practice Monday after school.<br><br></p><h1>Thursday, September 19</h1><p>Do you need more<span id="part1"><strong> volunteer hou</strong><strong>r</strong></span><strong>s</strong>? Are you free on Saturday, September 28? If so, we need your help! We are looking for volunteers to help with an upcoming event, the Midhurst Autumnfest Fall Fair. Autumnfest is taking place on Saturday, September 28 from 10 am to 3 pm. Volunteers are asked to show up at 7:30 am if able. Be sure to bring younger siblings and friends to participate in all of the exciting contests and games. If you’re interested, or require more information, speak with Mrs. Hodgson in room 172 Periods 4 or 5.<br><br>Pull tabs are collected to support the <strong>foster puppy</strong> program.  The puppies are fostered out to be socialized and learn behavior in public. It costs $25,000 to train these puppies to be future dog guides. The Dogs are trained for: <br> Vision for those with Vision Loss, <br>Hearing with hearing loss, <br>Diabetic Alert for those that are Hypoglycemic,. <br>Seizure response, <br>Autism, <br>Service for those with physical disabilities<br>Support for those in traumatic situations. These dogs are used by professionals<br>There is no cost to anyone who requires a Dog Guide for those who qualify.<br>Pull tab collection containers will be in the cafeteria and in the staff room. <br><br>Any students in grades 9-12 who are interested in finding out more about <strong>student government</strong> you are invited to come to a meeting during period 4 in Room 163.  For those students unable to attend due to class we will also be meeting after school on Thursday October 3 from 2:45-4:00.  If you want to share your voice, meet new people or be involved in school and community events you should come out to learn more.  Everyone is welcome.  Please speak to Ms. Cain if you need more information.  <br><br><strong>Leadership students</strong> who have not yet picked up your t-shirts please see Ms. Cain in period 1 or 4 in the office in the main gym.  <br><br>Tomorrow, Tomorrow, Eastview's <strong>Drama Club</strong> is Tomorrow! Its only a day away!  Drama Club starts tomorrow! Can't wait to see you tomorrow after school in room 150 - The Drama Studio. The fun starts at 2:45pm and goes non-stop until 4:00pm. All are welcome and no experience is needed.<br><br>Are you interested in politics?  Have you ever wondered how our local government works?  If so, have we got an opportunity for you! The City of Barrie is running it's <strong>Student Mayor Program</strong> again this year for students in grades 9 - 12.  For a 3 week term, you could be Barrie's Student Mayor.  Sit in on Council Meetings, learn how decisions are made, and participate in our democracy!<br>If this sounds like an opportunity you'd like to take advantage of, see Mr. Webb in either the History Office (room 245) or the Library.<br><br>This is a reminder to<strong> graduating students</strong> that a representative from Laurier University will be meeting with students in the front foyer today from 11:30 to 12:30.<br><br>The<strong> TF Bowl Dance rehearsal</strong> will take place TODAY and TOMORROW during period 3 and the last 20 minutes of 4th.<br>You MUST come on your lunch to learn the choreography and to be part of the half time show!!!<br>(please repeat)<br><br>The<strong> Senior Boys' Soccer Team</strong> had another outstanding game yesterday beating Bradford 3-0. Goals were scored by Kylen Degeer and Adriano Silfa-Zambri. Great support in Center Mid by Cieran Byles-Ho. Practice tonight at 3, let's get ready for next week's games.<br><br>Staff ... please excuse the <strong>Boys Senior Football Team</strong> at 11:30 am  today for their game at Bear Creek this afternoon.<br><br>The <strong>Senior Girls Basketball</strong> team shed blood, sweat and tears, showing their passion for the game. They started the game down 11 - 3 against Collingwood, but quickly came together as a team, persevering into over time and winning the game with a Final score of 52 to 45. Props to Quinn for 3 points, Natalie for 4 points, Taylor for 7 points,Becky for 8 points, and Evia for 15 points! The team showed heart, hustle and grit; good start to the season ladies!!!<br><br><strong>Junior girls football</strong> players are dismissed at 2:15 for today’s home game. Please be in the back field ready to play.<br><br>A quick  message from <strong>Chartwells</strong>.  You can provide a full nutritious meal to a child in need by purchasing our specialty WE menu items in the café.  Let's work together to make a positive impact.  Please see café staff for more details.  We appreciate your business.<br><br>The <strong>Environmental Action Club</strong> is having a work party on Monday during period 4.  Bring your lunch and come to room 246 to help us make more GOOSE paper bins.  No further commitment required!<br><br></p><h1>Wednesday, September 18</h1><p><strong>T</strong>hursday September 19th    -    ANNOUNCEMENTS<br><br><br>Do you need more volunteer hours? Are you free on Saturday, September 28? If so, we need your help! We are looking for volunteers to help with an upcoming event, the Midhurst Autumnfest Fall Fair. <br><br>Autumnfest is taking place on Saturday, September 28 from 10 am to 3 pm. Volunteers are asked to show up at 7:30 am if able. Be sure to bring younger siblings and friends to participate in all of the exciting contests and games. If you’re interested, or require more information, speak with Mrs. Hodgson in room 172 Periods 4 or 5.<br><br><br>Pull tabs are collected to support the foster puppy program.  The puppies are fostered out to be socialized and learn behavior in public. It costs $25,000 to train these puppies to be future dog guides<br>The Dogs are trained for: <br> Vision for those with Vision Loss, <br>Hearing with hearing loss, <br>Diabetic Alert for those that are Hypoglycemic,. <br>Seizure response, <br>Autism, <br>Service for those with physical disabilities<br>Support for those in traumatic situations. These dogs are used by professionals<br>There is no cost to anyone who requires a Dog Guide for those who qualify.<br>Pull tab collection containers will be in the cafeteria and in the staff room. <br><br><br>Any students in grades 9-12 who are interested in finding out more about student government you are invited to come to a meeting during period 4 in Room 163.  For those students unable to attend due to class we will also be meeting after school on Thursday October 3 from 2:45-4:00.  If you want to share your voice, meet new people or be involved in school and community events you should come out to learn more.  Everyone is welcome.  Please speak to Ms. Cain if you need more information.  <br><br>Leadership students who have not yet picked up your t-shirts please see Ms. Cain in period 1 or 4 in the office in the main gym.  <br><br><br>Tomorrow, Tomorrow, Eastview's Drama Club is Tomorrow! Its only a day away!  Drama Club starts tomorrow! Can't wait to see you tomorrow after school in room 150 - The Drama Studio. The fun starts at 2:45pm and goes non-stop until 4:00pm. All are welcome and no experience is needed.<br><br><br>Are you interested in politics?  Have you ever wondered how our local government works?  If so, have we got an opportunity for you!<br><br>The City of Barrie is running it's Student Mayor Program again this year for students in grades 9 - 12.  For a 3 week term, you could be Barrie's Student Mayor.  Sit in on Council Meetings, learn how decisions are made, and participate in our democracy!<br><br>If this sounds like an opportunity you'd like to take advantage of, see Mr. Webb in either the History Office (room 245) or the Library.<br><br><br>This is a reminder to graduating students that a representative from Laurier University will be meeting with students in the front foyer today from 11:30 to 12:30.<br><br><br>The TF Bowl Dance rehearsal will take place TODAY and TOMORROW during period 3 and the last 20 minutes of 4th.<br>You MUST come on your lunch to learn the choreography and to be part of the half time show!!!<br>(please repeat)<br><br><br>The Senior Boys' Soccer Team had another outstanding game yesterday beating Bradford 3-0. Goals were scored by Kylen Degeer and Adriano Silfa-Zambri. Great support in Center Mid by Cieran Byles-Ho. Practice tonight at 3, let's get ready for next week's games.<br><br><br>Staff ... please excuse the Boys Senior Football Team at 11:30 am  today for their game at Bear Creek this afternoon.<br><br><br>The Senior Girls Basketball team shed blood, sweat and tears, showing their passion for the game.<br><br>They started the game down 11 - 3 against Collingwood, but quickly came together as a team, persevering into over time and winning the game with a Final score of 52 to 45.<br><br>Props to Quinn Bazuk for 3 points,<br>Natalie Higgs for 4 points,<br>Taylor Boughner for 7 points,<br>Becky Gross for 8 points,<br>And Evia Chase for 15 points!<br><br>The team showed heart, hustle and grit;<br>good start to the season ladies!!!<br><br><br>Junior girls football players are dismissed at 2:15 for today’s home game. Please be in the back field ready to play.<br><br><br>A quick  message from Chartwells.  You can provide a full nutritious meal to a child in need by purchasing our specialty WE menu items in the café.  Let's work together to make a positive impact.  Please see café staff for more details.  We appreciate your business.<br><br><br>The Environmental Action Club is having a work party on Monday during period 4.  Bring your lunch and come to room 246 to help us make more GOOSE paper bins.  No further commitment required!<br><br></p><h1>Tuesday, September 17</h1> <br>This is a reminder to <strong>graduating students</strong> that a representative from Queen’s University will be meeting with students in the front foyer today from 10:45 to 1:15.<br><br>Good morning! All students interested in the <strong>Eastview Student Bible Study</strong>, listen up. Our regular meetings will start up again on Tuesdays beginning TODAY. We meet in room 227 from 2:45-3:30.<br> All are welcome. See you TODAY after school in room 227.<br><br>Do you need more <strong>volunteer hours</strong>? Are you free on Saturday, September 28? If so, we need your help! We are looking for volunteers to help with an upcoming event, the Midhurst Autumnfest Fall Fair. Autumnfest is taking place on Saturday, September 28 from 10 am to 3 pm. Volunteers are asked to show up at 7:30 am if able. Be sure to bring younger siblings and friends to participate in all of the exciting contests and games. If you’re interested, or require more information, speak with Mrs. Hodgson in room 172 Periods 4 or 5.<br><br><strong>Pull tabs </strong>are collected to support the foster puppy program.  The puppies are fostered out to be socialized and learn behavior in public. It costs $25,000 to train these puppies to be future dog guides. The Dogs are trained for: <br><ul><li>Vision for those with Vision Loss, </li><li>Hearing with hearing loss, </li><li>Diabetic Alert for those that are Hypoglycemic,. </li><li>Seizure response, </li><li>Autism, </li><li>Service for those with physical disabilities</li><li>Support for those in traumatic situations.</li></ul><div>These dogs are used by professionals. There is no cost to anyone who requires a Dog Guide for those who qualify. Pull tab collection containers will be in the cafeteria and in the staff room. <br></div><br>Good luck goes out to the<strong> Junior boys volleybal</strong>l team as they travel to Collingwood to begin their 2019 season....the boys are defending gbssa champions....players are released from class at 1pm to board the bus in the front lobby...good luck cats..<br><br>To be or not to be! That, is... a question for another day. What you actually should be asking yourself is, "When will <strong>Drama Club</strong> start?" Well, Drama club starts this Friday, September 20th! Drama Club will be held after school in room 150 from 2:45pm until 4:00pm. We have amazing Theatre Games and Improv activities planned that you won't want to miss! All are welcome and no experience is needed. Can’t wait to see you there! <br><br>Just a quick reminder for varsity <strong>girls golfers</strong> to bring in their forms and money.  The first tournament is under a week away.  Please bring all completed forms and a cheque to Mr. Harris in the wood-shop room 121.  Thanks!<br><br>All<strong> tech team</strong> members are asked to come down to the main office after these announcements for a very brief but important meeting.<br><br>Attention all Wildcats!  Our annual <strong>Terry Fox event </strong>is approaching quickly.  This year we will be fundraising, walking and cheering on our Senior Wildcat football team in support of our own true Canadian hero, Terry Fox!  The event will be taking place next Thurs. Sept. 26th and for those individuals who would like to collect pledges you can start by picking up a pledge form in the main office.  The student who collects the most pledges by the end of  September will win a $25.00 gift card.  For those of you who are looking for other ways to support you can purchase tickets for the football game during lunch periods on Thursday and Friday in the Wildcat Lounge, you can check out the Instagram contest online, you can collect spare change or donate your lunch money to throw in our donation bucket during the walk OR you can do ALL of these things!  Listen to the announcements for more details about how you can help show your support!  Leadership students will also be coming around to your homerooms on Thursday and Friday with more information.<br><br>A quick message from <strong>Chartwells</strong>.  Joinn us in the café today for our chicken quesadilla special.  Do you or a friend have a birthday coming up?  Or do you want to get a lunch as a group?  Why not pre order a pizza party combo in the café?  Enjoy a large pizza, 5 drinks and 5 cookies or cupcakes for only $25!  We appreciate your business.<br><br><h1>Monday, September 16</h1><p><br></p><p>The<strong> Environmental Action Club</strong> will meet today at the start of period 4 in room 246.  New members are always welcome as we discuss ideas we can implement to help reduce the impact of our school on the environment.<br><br>Attention all students interested in the <strong>Eastview Student Bible Study</strong>. Our regular meetings will start up again on Tuesdays beginning tomorrow. We meet in room 227 from 2:45-3:30. Any questions, see Madame Goddard (GAW-derd). All are welcome. See you tomorrow after school!<br><br>A quick message from <strong>Chartwells</strong>.  Our lunch special for today will be a drumstick combo.  Remember that this is the last week for you to take advantage of our "spend $6 and get a free bag of cookies" special offer.   We appreciate your business.<br><br>Reminder to the <strong>Jr. Boys soccer</strong> players that we will be practising after school today (in preparation for tomorrow’s game in Orillia). If you have not handed in your forms yet - you MUST see Ms. Stam in Resource today (Room 169) in order to be eligible to play tomorrow.<br><br><strong>Pull tabs</strong> are collected to support the foster puppy programme.  The puppies are fostered out to be socialized and learn behavior in public. It costs $25,000 to train these puppies to be future dog guides<br>The Dogs are trained for: <br> Vision for those with Vision Loss, <br>Hearing with hearing loss, <br>Diabetic Alert for those that are Hypoglycemic,. <br>Seizure response, <br>Autism, <br>Service for those with physical disabilities<br>Support for those in traumatic situations. These dogs are used by professionals<br>There is no cost to anyone who requires a Dog Guide for those who qualify.<br></p><p>Tonight is the second outing at Simoro for the<strong> Eastview Golf Club</strong>. Those planning to attend should be there and be ready for range practice by 4:30.  Range practice will be followed by 9 holes. Please be prepared to pay for your round in the pro-shop. Only those who have submitted their forms can attend. If you are interested in participating but haven't signed up yet, please see Mr. Darlington in room 242 during period 4.<br><br>All<strong> junior girls flag football</strong> players are dismissed at 1:00 pm for their game in Orillia. Please meet at the front foyer. Bus departs at 1:15. <br><br>Last Friday your <strong>Eastview Senior Football Team</strong> hosted the St. Mary's Mustangs from Owen Sound at Georgian Field in their final preseason game. The Wildcats dominated in all facets of the game and came away with a 45-0 victory. Strong running from Justin Gausby and Ryan Rodgers got the offence rolling while Will McCulloch led all scorers with 3 touchdowns and 27 points overall. Jacob Loader and Kareem Greene-Blake, with 2, scored the other Wildcat TDs. The defence was led by veterans Josh Flindall, Jared Fish and Connor Garafalo with strong contributions from senior rookies Bradley Giovannetti and Noah Davey. The Wildcats travel to Bear Creek this Thursday for their regular season opener!<br><br><strong>Senior girls flag footba</strong>ll is excused from class at 12:45 bus will be leaving at 1:15 promptly.  Be changed ready to play.  Go wildcats.<br></p>

 

 

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