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Morning Announcements week of December 10th, 2018http://eas.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/school-news/85Morning Announcements week of December 10th, 2018<h2>Friday December 14th</h2><p><br>Hey Wildcats! Christmas Cheer is here! Thank you for working together to support fellow Canadians that are in desperate need!  We will announce the top 3 classes and the grand winner early next week.  Have a great weekend.<br><br>Members of the Cross Country Running Team who ordered a shirt should see Ms. Kelly in the front gym to pick it up!<br><br>The Knitting Club continues to meet on Thursdays in the Library at 2:45-3;30.  Everyone is welcome!<br><br>Video games club is today in room 219 after school until 4:30pm. Feel free to stop by and have some fun after a long week.<br><br>Mrs Kowalchuks visual arts class should be in computer room 112. Just like we talked about yesterday and the day before and the day before! See you soon.<br><br>Please listen to quick messages from Chartwells.<br>Get your smile on and treat yourself to one of our yummy new jolly cookies for only $1.50, this month only.  Happy Friday!<br><br>Eastview coffee house is getting ready for another amazing night of live music and snacks. Come out and support the music program tonight at 7pm in the library. Tickets will be sold at the door for $5. For those who auditioned to perform: the set list is posted on the vocal room door. Those on the set list should arrive at the library at 6pm tonight for mic check.<br><br>“You go Glen Coco” !!!!!!!!<br>Hey, wildcats! Don’t forget that your student government will be selling Candy grams p3 and 4. So stop by the wildcat lounge and send a candy gram to your friends to show them how much you care. For only $1!<br><br>Congratulations goes out to the Senior Girls Volleyball team who went undefeated at the Streetsville Volleyball tournament yesterday! It was a great team effort to contribute to the win, especially the serving by Gaia, Alex, Mikalya  and Jenna.  MVP of the tournament was Jenna Vreizema with her amazing serving and winning the first set of the day 25-0!<br><br></p><h2>Thursday December 13th</h2><p><br>Hey Wildcats! Christmas Cheer is here! Just one more day for bringing in your donations! We notice the donations increasing dramatically, keep up the great work! <br><br>Members of the Cross Country Running Team who ordered a shirt should see Ms. Kelly in the front gym to pick it up!<br><br>The Knitting Club continues to meet on Thursdays in the Library at 2:45-3;30.  Everyone is welcome!<br><br>Please listen to quick messages from Chartwells.<br>Remember to “Tweet your Treat” this month for your chance to win your fav café food for FREE! See café or visit us online for details.<br>Our Christmas Festive Turkey Dinner for $7.99 is our special today. We also have our regular combo deals available and variations of turkey combos.<br>See if you can be the first to find our “elf on the shelf” and win a bakery item of your choice. Thank you and we appreciate your business.<br><br>Eastview coffee house is getting ready for another amazing night of live music and snacks. Come out and support the music program this Friday at 7pm in the library. Tickets will be sold at the door for $5. <br><br>“You go Glen Coco” !!!!!!!!<br>Hey, wildcats! Don’t forget that your student government will be selling Candy grams p3 and 4. So stop by the wildcat lounge and send a candy gram to your friends to show them how much you care. For only $1!<br><br>Jr. Girls Flag Football Sweatshirts have now arrived. Please come and pick them up in Mrs. Froude's office in the front gym ASAP. <br><br>Congratulations to the swim cats who attended the McMaster swim meet on Tuesday. We saw lots of improvement and best times. A big thank you to Mr. T for great coaching and encouragement. Wish the cats luck as they move on to gbs next week!<br><br>The junior boys basketball team played a hard fought game last night against Innisdale, losing 68-58.   Our point guards, Liam Alexander and Cal Mcarthur led the scoring but the wildcats got into foul trouble in the second half which led to points for innisdale at the line.  <br>The action continues today at Georgian College so come out and cheer on your wildcats at 2:30 and 8:30!   Players are excused from class at 1:15 and must make their way immediately to Georgian College.   <br>Go Cats!<br><br></p><h2>Wednesday December 12th</h2><p><br>Hey Wildcats! Christmas Cheer is here! Just 2 more days left for bringing these donations in Wildcats! That's just 2 days! Remember, the class that raises the most donations wins a class pizza party! Get them in Wildcats! <br><br>Members of the Cross Country Running Team who ordered a shirt should see Ms. Kelly in the front gym to pick it up!<br><br>The Knitting Club continues to meet on Thursdays in the Library at 2:45-3;30.  Everyone is welcome!<br><br>The games club meets today, after school in room 163.  That's games club, after school today in room 163.<br><br>Please listen to quick messages from Chartwells.<br>Last year Chartwells gave away over $60, 000 in social media exclusive prizes in Ontario. Like us on Facebook, follow us on Instagram and Twitter and add us on Snapchat for exclusive offers and chances to win free stuff.<br>The cafeteria is open today, but will be closing earlier than 1:30 pm.<br> Find “our elf on the shelf” and win a free bakery item of your choice.<br>Thursday, December 13th is our turkey dinner special….turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, vegetables, dessert and a drink….all for $7.99<br>Happy Kempenfelt Cup Day!<br><br>Eastview coffee house is getting ready for another amazing night of live music and snacks. Come out and support the music program this Friday at 7pm in the library. Tickets will be sold at the door for $5. <br><br>“You go Glen Coco” !!!!!!!!<br>Hey, wildcats! Don’t forget that your student government will be selling Candy grams p3 and 4. So stop by the wildcat lounge and send a candy gram to your friends to show them how much you care. For only $1!<br><br>Hey wildcats! Come out and watch your Senior Boys Basketball team play the Innisdale Invaders with home court advantage today at 3:30pm. The boys are coming off a weekend winning streak but playing with a shorter bench and could definitely use some Eastview spirit in the bleachers. This will be their last home game before the Christmas holidays. Come out and support (while wearing your Eastview colours from K-Cup!).<br><br>Congratulations to the junior girls volleyball team who traveled to Collingwood and took care of business with a decisive 3 sets to zero win over the host team. The win extended their league record to a perfect 3 and 0.  Great start to the season, see you at practice this afternoon.<br><br>Now for a Wildcat Boys Hockey Update<br>The Wildcats hosted Bradford yesterday in our barn and dominated the play from the opening face off.  The Wildcats skated away with a 3-1 victory.  Great Game Boys!  Good Luck today to the Wildcat Boys and Girls Teams as the returning Champions to K-Cup!<br><br></p><h2>Tuesday December 11th</h2><p><br>Hey Wildcats!  Today is double the points day for Christmas Cheer items.  The leadership team will be around to count and award double the points for every food item that was brought in today.  Thanks for your support.  You have until Friday to keep collecting to try and win your homeroom the pizza party!<br><br>Members of the Cross Country Running Team who ordered a shirt should see Ms. Kelly in the front gym to pick it up!<br><br>The Knitting Club continues to meet on Thursdays in the Library at 2:45-3;30.  Everyone is welcome!<br><br>Please listen to quick message from Chartwells.<br>Happy Customer Appreciation Day! We will be offering specialty treats and alarm clock specials. Come to the café and join in the festivities.  Have a Happy Day!<br><br>Attention all boys soccer players. Hoodie order forms are posted on the bulletin board outside of Mr. Vipond's Office. That's Boys soccer hoodie order forms posted outside office 146 between the two gyms. Get money and order form returned ASAP<br><br>The junior boys basketball players took part in the Innisdale invitational tournament this weekend.  While we couldn’t hold down Patrick Fogarty on Friday night, your wildcats swept Saturday to become the consolation champs.  Great work to everyone.  It was a real team effort!!  Practice tonight at 3:00pm  <br><br></p><h2>​Monday December 10th</h2><p><br>Hey Wildcats! Christmas Cheer is here! Having trouble thinking of items to bring in? How about unwrapped toys, non- perishable food and even spare change. We appreciate your donations Wildcats! Tomorrow is double the points day!  Every food item your homeroom brings in will be worth double the points tomorrow!  Remember you only have until this Friday to bring all food items in! <br>Good luck!<br><br>A reminder for all members of the Eastview Student-led Wellness group:<br>There is a meeting today in room 211 at 12:15. We are welcoming some guests so please be on time! New members are always welcome. See you there!<br><br>Please listen to a quick message from Chartwells.<br>Go in on lunch with friends and pre order a Chartwells Pizza Party! Get a large pizza, 5 drinks and 5 cookies for only $25! See café staff for preorder details!<br><br>Eastview coffee house is getting ready for another amazing night of live music and snacks. Come out and support the music program on December 14th at 7pm in the library. Tickets will be sold at the door for $5. Today is the final day to audition, sign up on the music room door. We can’t wait to see you there!<br><br>Eastview's Drama Department is looking for any interested performers to be a part of our production of 'Boxes', by Kendra Thomas, which we will be submitting to the NTS Georgian Bay District Drama Festival in late February. We are hosting Open Call Auditions this Tuesday, December 11 and Thursday, December 13 from 2:45 til 4:00 in the drama studio (room 150). All are welcome to audition. Drop by room 150 ahead of time to pick up an audition intake form. Auditions begin tomorrow and continue on Thursday from 2:45-4:00. Can't wait to see you there!<br><br>Over the weekend the Senior Boys Basketball team competed in a tournament at Barrie North. Despite having a shorter bench, the seven boys who were able to play came out strong & won all three of their games to become tournament champions! The tournament was a great opportunity to continue to build on team chemistry and allow for the entire team to see the court. Game 1 versus Novelle had the boys working hard with a final score of 54-53 (with Brady Swain & Nathan Tucker sinking the most baskets). Game 2 the boys took on Barrie North again and crushed them with a score of 75-27. Top scorers in that game were Jack Rissanen and Sam Sax-Martin. The championship game the boys faced John F. Ross Collegiate from Guelph and finished with a score of 88 to 63. Great work this weekend boys! Practice tonight at 3 pm.<br><br>Congratulations to the Girls Curling Team on their incredible success this weekend at the Gore Mutual Tournament.  With most team members playing in new positions, Skip Pam Williamson called and shot two nearly perfect first games beating Holy Trinity 14-1 and Georgian Bay also 14-1, forcing both teams to concede the games early.  Winning the right to play in the A side final, Eastview fought hard to squash St Theresa, but it was not to be and we dropped to the B side to play Georgian Bay once again.  With an early steal of 5 points, Midland got their claws out and end by end climbed their way out of the hole taking the lead 9 to 5.  Regrouping at half time, Pam Williamson and her team dug their heals in and tied the game, forcing an extra end.  With the aid of Lily McChesney, Sierra Hardwick, Lindsay Stamper, and Zoe Peeters, Pam managed to steal 2 more points to win the game 11 to 9.  In Second place, Eastview moves on to The Gore Regionals in February.  Well done Ladies! Your coaches are very proud of your attitudes on and off the ice and your stick-to-it-ness.<br><br>The Boys Curling Team takes on Nottawasaga Pines this Wednesday at 3:30 at the Barrie Curling club.  Come out and show your support as these gentlemen show you what OFSAA grade curlers look like.  Good luck fellas!<br></p>
Vaping - Information and Resourceshttp://eas.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/school-news/83Vaping - Information and Resources<p>​Please see the two documents linked below published by the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit regarding the use of E-Cigarettes and Vaping.<br></p><p><a href="/Documents/Vape%20Sheet%202018%20CB%202018_11_12%20Final.pdf">Vaping Fact Sheet</a><br><a href="/Documents/Smoke%20Free%20Schools%202018%2010%2009%20ENGLISH.PDF">Smoke Free Schools 2018</a><br></p>
Morning Announcements week of December 3rd, 2018http://eas.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/school-news/84Morning Announcements week of December 3rd, 2018<h2>Friday December 7th</h2><p><br>Hey Wildcats! Christmas Cheer is here! Did you know that there are over 850,000 Canadians who turn to food banks in a single month? That's crazy right? For 44 years Christmas cheer has been supporting individuals and families who need a little extra help over the holidays bringing joy to local families in need.  We love your support and generous donations Wildcats! Get em in! Our school wide challenge officially starts today and runs until Friday December 14th.  Tuesday December 11th will be double the points day!  That's right Wildcats.  Don't wait until the last minute to bring those items in.  Every item your homeroom brings in on Tuesday December 11th will be double the points.<br><br>Video games club is today in room 219 after school until 4:30pm. Feel free to stop by and have some fun after a long week.<br><br>Eastview coffee house is getting ready for another amazing night of live music and snacks. Come out and support the music program on December 14th at 7pm in the library. Tickets will be sold at the door for $5. Auditions will be taking place today and Monday, sign up on the music room door. We can’t wait to see you there!<br><br>Any students taking co-op semester 2 and want to apply to the RVH need to see a co-op teacher in the co-op office room 160B to pick up the application package.<br><br>Attention Drama enthusiasts:<br>Do you like performing? More specifically, do you like performing in live theatre? Well, have we got news for you! Eastview is planning on entering a play this year in the National Theatre School Drama Festival (formerly known as the Sears Drama Festival) and the Drama Department is looking for committed performers to join the cast and crew of our production of 'Boxes' , by Kendra Thomas. All are welcome to join us TODAY after school for a read through of the script in The Drama Studio (room 150). Open Call Auditions will begin next week - details coming soon!<br><br>Please listen to a quick message from Chartwells.<br>Visit the café today and enjoy a menu selection from our Pacific Rim Program.  Tuesday next week is customer appreciation day and someone in your school will win a FREE large pizza. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter to be eligible to win.  Have a wonderful weekend!<br><br>All anyone needs this Christmas is to be warm and feel loved. We invite you to help decorate our ‘GIVING TREE’ in the front foyer with NEW or GENTLY USED mittens, hats & scarves.  Items will be taken to the Busby Centre where your donations will be distributed to the members of our community who could use your help in keeping them warm this winter season. Bring your donations to the Wildcat Lounge during period 3 or 4 in exchange for a sweet treat. Thanks for making a difference in someone's life.<br><br>The Senior Boys Basketball team took on the Bear Creek Kodiaks yesterday in regular league game play. The boys held the lead for a majority of the game however in the 4th quarter, the result of a shorter bench and some unfortunate turnovers allowed Bear Creek to take the lead and end the game with a final score of 73-70. Lead scorers were Nathan Tucker with 26 points, Brady Swain with 22 points and Kareem Green-Blake with 13 points. Great ball carrying, screen setting and defensive rebounding from Luke Hastings and Joan Colominas. The boys will now travel back to Barrie North this weekend to compete in their second tournament of the season. First game starts today at 5pm. Please plan to be at North for 4pm.<br><br>Yesterday your junior girls volleyball team competed in the Georgian College Winter Classic.  After winning their first 3 games the girls dropped matches to St Petes and North ending their day early.  The girls are back in league action next week vs Collingwood.  Good luck!<br><br>The junior boys basketball team had an incredible game last night against Bear Creek, beating the Kodiaks 53-41.  James Nightingale and Jayden Scobie led the scoring for Eastview while incredible play making by Graham Galloway and Darius Kent kept our offense moving.  Strong defensive play by Patrick Nightingale and Cal McArthur kept the Kodiaks from making any real comeback.  Great work boys.  Back at it tonight!  Come out to watch your junior boys at the innisdale tournament this weekend.  Game time tonight 3:30!<br><br>Congratulations are due to the Boys Curling Team for their hard fought victory yesterday over Bradford.  Despite being short a key player, Dylan Niepage, Cameron Vanbodegom and Dylen Ulens still managed to come out on top with a beautiful fifth end lead of three points which forced Bradford to concede in the 6th end.  Well done guys!<br><br>The girls curling team travels to Bradford tomorrow to compete in the Gore Curling Tournament.  Please plan to arrive at the club by 8am. Good luck ladies!<br><br>Now for a Wildcat Boys Hockey Update,<br>Yesterday afternoon the Wildcats traveled to Allandale to face off against the Innisdale Invaders... After consistant play and a dominant performance, the Boys potted a goal in the third period skating away with their first regular season win.  Well Done Cats!<br><br></p><h2>Thursday December 6th</h2><p><br>"Attention all potential June 2019 grads! Grad Photos are being taken this week December 3rd to 7th in room 104. New this year is online sign-up, so please visit the library to obtain the web link and book your photo shoot today!"<br><br>Congratulations to all members of the Eastview Robotics club, who traveled to Bradford yesterday to take place in the regional balloon battles. Our teams performed very successfully, with our top team achieving 13th place in a field that consisted of over 40 robots from all over the country. Congratulations to all member of the team on representing the school so well with excellent teamwork, sportsmanship and innovation. Videos of some epic battles are posted at Eastview123.ca   Our end of year party and competition is next week on Wednesday after school. <br><br>The games club meets TODAY, after school in room 163.  Pop and chips provided.  New members are always welcome.  It's not just traditional board games we play, but things like Deception, Zombicide, King of Tokyo, Betrayal, Pandemic, Last Friday and a whole lot more!  Come see what we're all about.  That's games club, today, after school in room 163.  See you there!<br><br>Attention Gingerbread Competitors!<br>All students who would like to compete in the annual Gingerbread Decorating Contest taking place during period 2 on Friday December 7th in the cafeteria  need to bring all forms and money to the table across from the elevator today and tomorrow during periods 3 and 4.  Just a reminder that each team will receive a gingerbread house and icing but must supply their own candies and decorations. The winning team will receive a pizza party! Proceeds will be donated to Christmas Cheer.<br><br>Any Semester 2 Co-op Students who is interested in applying to the RVH for clinical and non clinical (business) placements should stop by the co-op office room 160B to pick up the application.<br><br>Eastview coffee house is getting ready for another amazing night of live music and snacks. Come out and support the music program on December 14th at 7pm in the library. Tickets will be sold at the door for $5. Auditions will be taking place Thursday, Friday and Monday, sign up on the music room door. We can’t wait to see you there!<br><br>All anyone needs this Christmas is to be warm and feel loved. We invite you to help decorate our ‘GIVING TREE’ in the front foyer with NEW or GENTLY USED mittens, hats & scarves.  Items will be taken to the Busby Centre where your donations will be distributed to the members of our community who could use your help in keeping them warm this winter season. Bring your donations to the Wildcat Lounge during period 3 or 4 in exchange for a sweet treat. Thanks for making a difference in someone's life.<br><br>Hey Wildcats! Christmas Cheer is here! Did you know that there are over 850,000 Canadians who turn to food banks in a single month? That's crazy right? For 44 years Christmas cheer has been supporting individuals and families who need a little extra help over the holidays bringing joy to local families in need.  We love your support and generous donations Wildcats! Get em in! Our school wide challenge officially starts today and runs until Friday December 14th.  Tuesday December 11th will be double the points day!  That's right Wildcats.  Don't wait until the last minute to bring those items in.  Every item your homeroom brings in on Tuesday December 11th will be double the points.<br><br>A quick message from Chartwells.<br>It’s that time of year again for our Elf on the Shelf contest. Be the first to spot the hiding elf in the café and receive a FREE bakery item of your choice. Post the hiding elf on Instagram for your chance to win a FREE combo for two! Happy hunting!  Join us in the café today for our delicious Chef Corbin Savoury Pie Special.<br><br>Good morning Wildcats! <br>This is the last week you can purchase spirit wear!  Go to the school website and click on the link from our homepage to order your track pants, long sleeved tees, hoodies and even toques!  Choose the style or colour that suits you.  Orders can be made until Friday.<br><br>Congratulations to the junior girls volleyball who continued their winning ways with a decisive 3 sets to zero win against Bear Creek yesterday afternoon.  The girls are back in action this afternoon competing in the Georgian College tournament.  Good luck ladies!<br><br>Congratulations to the Girls Curling team for their decisive 11 to 3 victory over Collingwood Colligiate yesterday in their second win of the season.  <br><br>The boys curling team travels to Bradford today to play their second game at 3pm.  Players are excused at 1:45pm. Good luck fellas!<br><br>Attention members of the boy's hockey team: you are dismissed today at the end of Period 4 for your game at Innisdale. The bus leaves at 1:30 sharp.<br><br>Yesterday our girls hockey team defeated Bear Creek 3-0. Goalie Faith Miller recorded the shutout. Goal scorers were Audrey Busby, Kennedy Lynch and Abbi Fenik.<br>The team’s season record is now 4 wins and 1 loss.<br>Way to go wildcats!<br><br></p><h2>Wednesday December 5th</h2><p><br>"Attention all potential June 2019 grads! Grad Photos are being taken this week December 3rd to 7th in room 104. New this year is online sign-up, so please visit the library to obtain the web link and book your photo shoot today!"<br><br>Attention all those students planning to bring a guest to semi formal.  You must purchase their ticket at the table.  There will be no tickets for sale the night of the dance or at the door.  Today is the last day for ticket sales but those who still need to purchase tickets for guests may purchase on Thursday.  All guests will need to have a completed guest form that they can bring to the dance or hand in before hand.  Again, all those bringing guests to semi formal must purchase a ticket ahead of time for the dance.  No tickets will be sold the night of the dance.<br><br>Attention Gingerbread Competitors!<br>All students who would like to compete in the annual Gingerbread Decorating Contest taking place during period 2 on Friday December 7th in the cafeteria  need to bring all forms and money to the table across from the elevator today and tomorrow during periods 3 and 4.  Just a reminder that each team will receive a gingerbread house and icing but must supply their own candies and decorations. The winning team will receive a pizza party! Proceeds will be donated to Christmas Cheer.<br><br>Hey Wildcats! Christmas Cheer is here! Did you know that there are over 850,000 Canadians who turn to food banks in a single month? That's crazy right? For 44 years Christmas cheer has been supporting individuals and families who need a little extra help over the holidays bringing joy to local families in need.  We love your support and generous donations Wildcats! Get em in! Our school wide challenge officially starts today and runs until Friday December 14th.  Tuesday December 11th will be double the points day!  That's right Wildcats.  Don't wait until the last minute to bring those items in.  Every item your homeroom brings in on Tuesday December 11th will be double the points.<br><br>Today is the last day to buy tickets for semi formal.  Don't miss this amazing evening.  Take a trip around the world with your friends, partner or just fly solo!  Tickets are $10.  Free popcorn and water with a student card.  If you plan to bring a guest this Friday they must have a completed permission form to get in.  <br><br>This is an important announcement for all members of the games club.  Again, yes again, the meeting has been pushed to Thursday after school in room 163.  That's tomorrow, Thursday, not today.  Games club will meet tomorrow after school in room 163. See you then!<br><br>Robotics club members are reminded to come to room 114 immediately following period 1 today in order to help load the bus for our trip to the competition at Bradford today. Please remember to bring lunch and/or lunch money.<br><br>Orchestra and beginner strings class remember to be on the bus to Collier at 10:50 or 11 for our rehearsal today.  See everyone there.<br><br>Please listen to quick message from Chartwells.<br>Get your smile on and treat yourself to one of our yummy new jolly cookies for only $1.50, this month only.  Join us in the café today for our Cheesy Flatbread special.  Have a Happy Day!<br><br>Good morning Wildcats! <br>This is the last week you can purchase spirit wear!  Go to the school website and click on the link from our homepage to order your track pants, long sleeved tees, hoodies and even toques!  Choose the style or colour that suits you.  Orders can be made until Friday.<br><br>All anyone needs this Christmas is to be warm and feel loved. We invite you to help decorate our ‘GIVING TREE’ in the front foyer with NEW or GENTLY USED mittens, hats & scarves.  Items will be taken to the Busby Centre where your donations will be distributed to the members of our community who could use your help in keeping them warm this winter season. Bring your donations to the Wildcat Lounge during period 3 or 4 in exchange for a sweet treat. Thanks for making a difference in someone's life.<br><br>Eastview coffee house is getting ready for another amazing night of live music and snacks. Come out and support the music program on December 14th at 7pm in the library. Tickets will be sold at the door for $5. Auditions will be taking place Thursday, Friday and Monday, sign up on the music room door. We can’t wait to see you there!<br><br>All choir members and vocal music students participating in tonight’s Christmas concert should meet in room 204 right after announcements to depart for our rehearsal.<br><br>In the battle of Grove Street last night, the junior boys team fell short losing 42-38 against Barrie North.  While Eastview was ahead most of the game, the North defense forced some turnovers in the final minutes that turned the tide.   Hard loss boys.  Let’s regroup to face innisdale at 3:30 tomorrow night. <br><br>Congratulations to the junior girls volleyball team who opened their season with a decisive 3 sets to zero win over Barrie North.  The win was a dominant team effort.  The girls are back in action this afternoon at Bear Creek.  Good luck ladies!<br><br>Congratulations goes out to members of the Senior Boys Basketball team who travelled down the street to capture another win yesterday against the Barrie North Vikings. The boys managed to take the lead in the first quarter & continued to sink baskets when met with defensive & offensive pressure from their rivals. Final score of the game was 69-61. Next action is this Thursday with a home game versus Bear Creek at 4:45 pm. Come out to cheer on your fellow Wildcats!!!<br><br>"Hey, Wildcats!<br>Hope you all are wearing your favourite jersey today!! Remember if you post your picture on social media, use the hashtag 'ess spirit' to win a prize! Winners will be announced and awarded this Friday!!<br>Thank you!"<br><br></p><h2>Tuesday December 4th</h2><p><br>"Attention all potential June 2019 grads! Grad Photos are being taken this week December 3rd to 7th in room 104. New this year is online sign-up, so please visit the library to obtain the web link and book your photo shoot today!"<br><br>Attention Wildcats!<br>Great news!  We have a few k-cup tickets left so we are still selling.  Tickets will be $20 today and tomorrow until we sell out.  Don't miss out on this amazing event!  Come cheer our Wildcat Hockey teams to victory at the Barrie Molson Centre on December 12.  Don't forget to bring your signed permission form to the Wildcat Lounge.  <br><br>Hey Wildcats! Christmas Cheer is here! Did you know that there are over 850,000 Canadians who turn to food banks in a single month? That's crazy right? For 44 years Christmas cheer has been supporting individuals and families who need a little extra help over the holidays bringing joy to local families in need.  We love your support and generous donations Wildcats! Get em in! Our school wide challenge officially starts today and runs until Friday December 14th.  Tuesday December 11th will be double the points day!  That's right Wildcats.  Don't wait until the last minute to bring those items in.  Every item your homeroom brings in on Tuesday December 11th will be double the points.<br><br>Tomorrow is the last day to buy tickets for semi formal.  Don't miss this amazing evening.  Take a trip around the world with your friends, partner or just fly solo!  Tickets are $10.  Free popcorn and water with a student card.  If you plan to bring a guest this Friday they must have a completed permission form to get in.  <br><br>A quick message from Chartwells.<br>Happy Taco Tuesday! Everything is awesome when you can order Two Tacos and a Beverage for only $5.25. Get yours in the café today!  Get an instant FREE treat this month when you post a picture of your ugly sweater on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter using #chartwellsuglysweater.  Thank you and we appreciate your business.<br><br>Another quick announcement from Chartwell’s<br>Congratulations goes out to Hailee Foote who is the winner of our Movember contest….a free pizza party! Well done Hailee!<br><br>Good morning Wildcats! <br>This is the last week you can purchase spirit wear!  Go to the school website and click on the link from our homepage to order your track pants, long sleeved tees, hoodies and even toques!  Choose the style or colour that suits you.  Orders can be made until Friday.<br><br>Eastview coffee house is getting ready for another amazing night of live music and snacks. Come out and support the music program on December 14th at 7pm in the library. Tickets will be sold at the door for $5. Auditions will be taking place Thursday, Friday and Monday, sign up on the music room door. We can’t wait to see you there!<br><br>Teachers, please excuse members of the Senior Boys Basketball team from class at 2:15 today for their away game versus Barrie North. <br>Boys, please meet Ms. Stam in the front foyer with all your gear and ready to be transported there. <br></p><h2>​Monday December 3rd</h2><p><br>"Attention all potential June 2019 grads! Grad Photos are being taken this week December 3rd to 7th in room 104. New this year is online sign-up, so please visit the library to obtain the web link and book your photo shoot today!"<br><br>Hey wildcats! On December 7th were having a bake sale full of your favourite baked goods. That includes cookies, brownies and more. The bake sale will be happening periods 2 until 5 so we hope to see you there!<br><br>Attention Wildcats!<br>Great news!  We have a few k-cup tickets left so we are still selling.  Tickets will be $20 today and tomorrow until we sell out.  Don't miss out on this amazing event!  Come cheer our Wildcat Hockey teams to victory at the Barrie Molson Centre on December 12.  Don't forget to bring your signed permission form to the Wildcat Lounge.  <br><br>Hey Wildcats! Christmas Cheer is here! Did you know that there are over 850,000 Canadians who turn to food banks in a single month? That's crazy right? For 44 years Christmas cheer has been supporting individuals and families who need a little extra help over the holidays bringing joy to local families in need.  We love your support and generous donations Wildcats! Get em in! Our school wide challenge officially starts today and runs until Friday December 14th.  Tuesday December 11th will be double the points day!  That's right Wildcats.  Don't wait until the last minute to bring those items in.  Every item your homeroom brings in on Tuesday December 11th will be double the points.<br><br>It’s that time of year when we think of those who are less fortunate than we are.   We invite you to help decorate our ‘GIVING TREE’ in the front foyer withNEW or GENTLY USED mittens, hats & scarves.  <br>We recognize that along with the holidays, comes increased expenses.  We'd like to focus on the act ofgiving rather than digging into your pockets.   We encourage everyone to consider repurposing winter clothing they no longer use. Used items will be washed before donating and will be graciously accepted!<br>Items will be taken to the Busby Centre where your donations will be distributed to the members of our community who could use your help in keeping them warm this winter season. Students are encouraged to bring their donations to the Wildcat Lounge during period 3 or 4 in exchange for a sweet treat, however, donations can be placed on the tree at any time.   Campaign will run until Wed Dec 19th . <br>Thanks for giving.<br><br>Hey Wildcats! Are you sick of school? Join us for a night that`s sure to delight, as we take a trip to Paris, Big Ben, The Alps and Hong Kong on Friday the 7th for Semi. Tickets are on sale now until December 5 for just $10, sold across from the elevator. Be there!  Limited tickets available so buy early so you don't miss out.  All guests need a permission form which you can pick up when you buy your ticket across from the elevator in the main hall.<br><br>Please listen to a quick message from Chartwells.<br>Happy December! Remember to preorder your delicious festive holiday Turkey dinner. See café staff for details.  Today we will be serving our Tasty Chicken Daze, top your own potato bowl special!  Thank you and we appreciate your business!<br><br>Good morning Wildcats! <br>This is the last week you can purchase spirit wear!  Go to the school website and click on the link from our homepage to order your track pants, long sleeved tees, hoodies and even toques!  Choose the style or colour that suits you.  Orders can be made until Friday.<br><br>It’s that time of year when we think of those who are less fortunate than we are.   We invite you to help decorate our ‘GIVING TREE’ in the front foyer withNEW or GENTLY USED mittens, hats & scarves.  <br>We recognize that along with the holidays, comes increased expenses.  We'd like to focus on the act ofgiving rather than digging into your pockets.   We encourage everyone to consider repurposing winter clothing they no longer use. Used items will be washed before donating and will be graciously accepted!<br>Items will be taken to the Busby Centre where your donations will be distributed to the members of our community who could use your help in keeping them warm this winter season. Students are encouraged to bring their donations to the Wildcat Lounge during period 3 or 4 in exchange for a sweet treat, however, donations can be placed on the tree at any time.   Campaign will run until Wed Dec 19th . <br>Thanks for giving.<br><br>Hey, wildcats! do you want to show off your favourite sports team at school? on december 5th, that is this wednesday!, wear your favourite jersey!! post your photos on social media with the hashtag ess spirit to win a prize!!<br><br>Reminder to all football players to be on the bus at the front of the school at 11:00 am today.<br><br>Attention Homeroom Teachers!  <br>This morning we are officially kicking of our annual Christmas Cheer Campaign.  At this time we would ask that all homeroom teachers send 1 student down to Room 163 to pick a box for their donations for Christmas Cheer.  Over the course of the next two weeks leadership students will be coming around to tally your donations.  Don't forget this Friday will be double the points so every food item that is brought in will count as 2!  Let's work together Eastview to help families in need during this holiday season.  The contest will run until Friday December 14th!<br></p>
Morning Announcements week of November 26thhttp://eas.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/school-news/82Morning Announcements week of November 26th<h2>Friday November 30th</h2><p><br>"Attention all potential June 2019 grads! Grad Photos are being taken this week December 3rd to 7th in room 104. New this year is online sign-up, so please visit the library to obtain the web link and book your photo shoot today!"<br><br>Attention all grade 12 students - this is a reminder that Grad Photos will be taken next week, December 3rd - 7th in room 104. If you have not yet signed up for a photo shoot time, come to the library to obtain the online sign-up information.<br><br>This is a reminder to graduating students that the representative from the University of Ontario Institute of Technology will be meeting with students today at 12:00pm in the cafeteria.<br><br>K-cup tickets are on sale now at the wildcat lounge during lunch periods. You MUST have your form AND money to receive a ticket they are $15 each.<br><br>Hey there Wildcats! Christmas Cheer is here! We ask you, to bring in as many donations as you possibly can, for a chance to win a pizza party for your homeroom class! You only have from the Monday December 3- to Friday December 14th to bring these items in Wildcats.<br><br>It’s that time of year when we think of those who are less fortunate than we are… We invite you to help decorate our ‘GIVING TREE’ in the front foyer with NEW or GENTLY USED mittens, hats & scarves.  Items will be taken to the Busby Centre where your donations will be distributed to the members of our community who could use your help in keeping them warm this winter season. Bring your donations to the Wildcat Lounge during period 3 or 4 in exchange for a sweet treat. Thanks for giving.<br><br>Hello Wildcats, Do you like making Gingerbread houses? If yes then this is the event for you! On December 7th we will be hosting a gingerbread house making competition during the second period in the cafe. It will be 5 dollars per person and there will be a maximum of 6 people per team so gather your friends. The group with the best house will win a prize for every member! Sign up starts today and the deadline is December 3rd! Sign up in front of the elevator in the main hall during periods 3 and 4 to be guaranteed a spot!<br><br>Hey Wildcats! Are you sick of school? Join us for a night that`s sure to delight, as we take a trip to Paris, Big Ben, The Alps and Hong Kong on Friday the 7th for Semi. Tickets are on sale now until December 5 for just $10, sold across from the elevator. Be there!  Limited tickets available so buy early so you don't miss out.  All guests need a permission form which you can pick up when you buy your ticket across from the elevator in the main hall.<br><br>Please listen to a quick message from Chartwells.<br>Today is the last day that you can enter our Movember Instagram contest! Take a Movember selfie, tag us @chartwellsontario and you could win a FREE pizza party! See café for details.  It is our Burger Express special today! Try a hearty Beef or Chicken Burger with your choice of Toppings and Sauces for only $4.  Thank you and we appreciate your business.<br><br>Video games club is this Friday in room 219 after school until 4:30pm. Feel free to come by and have some fun after a long week.<br><br>Congratulations goes out to the Sr. Boys Basketball team for their 5th consecutive win in Collingwood on Wednesday with a score of 53-49. The coaches are especially proud of how these boys continue to build each other up as a team, provide support from the bench and represent Eastview in such a confident and respectable light. Their composure both on and off the court is extremely commendable. Keep up the hard work boys!<br><br></p><h2>Thursday November 29th</h2><p><br>Hey Wildcats! Are you sick of school? Join us for a night that`s sure to delight, as we take a trip to Paris, Big Ben, The Alps and Hong Kong on Friday the 7th for Semi. Tickets are on sale now until December 5 for just $10, sold across from the elevator. Be there!  Limited tickets available so buy early so you don't miss out.  All guests need a permission form which you can pick up when you buy your ticket across from the elevator in the main hall.<br><br>Attention all grade 12 students - this is a reminder that Grad Photos will be taken next week, December 3rd - 7th in room 104. If you have not yet signed up for a photo shoot time, come to the library to obtain the online sign-up information.<br><br>Attention all football players<br>Football banquet forms are due today to Mr Fontaine in the library- don't miss out!<br><br>Tomorrow is the LAST day to buy k-cup tickets you MUST have you permission form AND money to buy your ticket. Bring your money and permission form to the Wildcat Lounge period 3 and 4.  Tickets are $15 each.<br><br>Chess, Chess, Chess... all you chess-aholics out there.  Our chess support group will be meeting again today in room 165 at 2:45. That's room 165 at 2:45, that even rhymes! Our first tournament is planned for December 14th. Lets get ready!<br><br>The games club meets today, Thursday in room 163 after school.  Pop and chips provided.  Everyone is always welcome.  That's games club, today after school in room 163.  See you there!<br><br>Video games club is this Friday in room 219 after school until 4:30pm. Feel free to come by and have some fun after a long week.<br><br>The Knitting Club will continue to meet on Thursdays in the library after school.  Please look at the sharing tree in the front foyer to see what we have been crafting!  Great work everyone.  Everyone is welcome to join us on Thursdays!<br><br>Today is the day! Play It Forward is happening tonight from 7-9pm in The Drama Studio! Come out to support Eastview’s Drama Club as they present an evening of hilarity, filled with delightful, comedic short skits and Improv games where anything can happen! It’s an event you don’t want to miss! Tickets are $5.00 at the door and we can't wait to see you there!<br><br>It’s that time of year when we think of those who are less fortunate than we are… We invite you to help decorate our ‘GIVING TREE’ in the front foyer with NEW or GENTLY USED mittens, hats & scarves.  Items will be taken to the Busby Centre where your donations will be distributed to the members of our community who could use your help in keeping them warm this winter season. Bring your donations to the Wildcat Lounge during period 3 or 4 in exchange for a sweet treat. Thanks for giving.<br><br>Hello Wildcats, Do you like making Gingerbread houses? If yes then this is the event for you! On December 7th we will be hosting a gingerbread house making competition during the second period in the cafe. It will be 5 dollars per person and there will be a maximum of 6 people per team so gather your friends. The group with the best house will win a prize for every member! Sign up starts today and the deadline is December 3rd! Sign up in front of the elevator in the main hall during periods 3 and 4 to be guaranteed a spot!<br><br>Please listen to a quick message from Chartwells.<br>It is our Around the World special today! Get two Native American Style Tacos for only $5.  Chartwells offers new mouth-watering specials each day. 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!  Thank you and we appreciate your business.<br><br>The junior boys basketball team clinched their second win of the season last night against collingwood   It was a nail biter but the boys managed a 52-48 victory.   Kevin Shang and Gibby Grigoriadis and their knock down jump shots led the offensive push.   Liam Alexander and Jayden Scobie made some key steals for the Wildcats while Darius Kent led the team in rebounding.    Great job boys.  Practice tonight right after school.   <br><br></p><h2>Wednesday November 28th</h2><p><br>Hey Wildcats! Are you sick of school? Join us for a night that`s sure to delight, as we take a trip to Paris, Big Ben, The Alps and Hong Kong on Friday the 7th for Semi. Tickets are on sale now until December 5 for just $10, sold across from the elevator. Be there!  Limited tickets available so buy early so you don't miss out.  All guests need a permission form which you can pick up when you buy your ticket across from the elevator in the main hall.<br><br>This is a reminder to graduating students that the representative from Ryerson University will be meeting with students today at 11am in the cafeteria.<br><br>K-cup tickets are on sale now at the wildcat lounge during lunch periods. You MUST have your form AND money to receive a ticket they are $15 each.<br><br>This is an important announcement for members of the games club.  The games club has been postponed until tomorrow, Thursday.  That's games club, we'll meet tomorrow NOT today in room 163.  See you then!<br><br>Video games club is this Friday in room 219 after school until 4:30pm. Feel free to come by and have some fun after a long week.<br><br>The Knitting Club will continue to meet on Thursdays in the library after school.  Please look at the sharing tree in the front foyer to see what we have been crafting!  Great work everyone.  Everyone is welcome to join us on Thursdays!<br><br>It’s finally arrived! This is your chance to Pay It Forward with Play It Forward , because its happening this Thursday, November 29th, from 7:00pm until 9:00pm, in The Drama Studio (that's room 150). Play It Forward is a really fun evening of short comedic skits and Improv games; its like Coffeehouse, but with actors! All proceeds will go toward next year's musical theatre production so come on out and support Eastview’s Drama Club as they showcase their talent, AND, with your purchase of a $5.00 ticket you'll be helping to Pay It Forward. Tickets can be purchased at the door on Thursday evening. We look forward to seeing you then!<br><br>Please listen to a quick message from Chartwells.<br>How would you like to win a FREE lunch for a week? Enter our Chartwells healthy recipe contest before November 30th for your chance to win! See café for details.  Our specials today are Perogies and Panzerottis. Thank you and we appreciate your business.<br><br>It’s that time of year when we think of those who are less fortunate than we are… We invite you to help decorate our ‘GIVING TREE’ in the front foyer with NEW or GENTLY USED mittens, hats & scarves.  Items will be taken to the Busby Centre where your donations will be distributed to the members of our community who could use your help in keeping them warm this winter season. Bring your donations to the Wildcat Lounge during period 3 or 4 in exchange for a sweet treat. Thanks for giving.<br><br>Hello Wildcats, Do you like making Gingerbread houses? If yes then this is the event for you! On December 7th we will be hosting a gingerbread house making competition during the second period in the cafe. It will be 5 dollars per person and there will be a maximum of 6 people per team so gather your friends. The group with the best house will win a prize for every member! Sign up starts today and the deadline is December 3rd! Sign up in front of the elevator in the main hall during periods 3 and 4 to be guaranteed a spot!<br><br>Attention all junior and senior football players<br>Thursday is the deadline to hand in your permission form and payment for the football banquet. Permission forms can be picked up from Mr. Fontaine in the library. Completed forms must be handed in to Mr. Fontaine by Thursday.<br><br>Congratulations goes out to the boys and girls curling teams who both trounced their Nantyr opponents yesterday in the first league game of the season.  Skip Dylan Niepage led his team to with a hearty 7 to 1 victory and Skip Alex Bertolo won with a decisive lead of 8 to 1. Well done teams!<br><br></p><h2>Tuesday November 27th</h2><p><br>Hey Wildcats! Are you sick of school? Join us for a night that`s sure to delight, as we take a trip to Paris, Big Ben, The Alps and Hong Kong on Friday the 7th for Semi. Tickets are on sale now until December 5 for just $10, sold across from the elevator. Be there!  Limited tickets available so buy early so you don't miss out.  All guests need a permission form which you can pick up when you buy your ticket across from the elevator in the main hall.<br><br>K-cup tickets are on sale now at the wildcat lounge during lunch periods. You MUST have your form AND money to receive a ticket they are $15 each.<br><br>This is a reminder to all graduating students that the representative from Queen’s University will be meeting with students today at 12:00pm in the cafeteria<br><br>The Knitting Club will continue to meet on Thursdays in the library after school.  Please look at the sharing tree in the front foyer to see what we have been crafting!  Great work everyone.  Everyone is welcome to join us on Thursdays!<br><br>It’s finally arrived! This is your chance to Pay It Forward with Play It Forward , because its happening this Thursday, November 29th, from 7:00pm until 9:00pm, in The Drama Studio (that's room 150). Play It Forward is a really fun evening of short comedic skits and Improv games; its like Coffeehouse, but with actors! All proceeds will go toward next year's musical theatre production so come on out and support Eastview’s Drama Club as they showcase their talent, AND, with your purchase of a $5.00 ticket you'll be helping to Pay It Forward. Tickets can be purchased at the door on Thursday evening. We look forward to seeing you then!<br><br>The Robotics club is reminded that we have meetings both Tuesday and Wednesday this week. Permission forms for the December 5 trip are now overdue, so please bring your completed form to today's meeting. <br><br>Please listen to a quick message from Chartwells.<br>Happy Taco Tuesday! Everything is awesome when you can order Two Tacos and a Beverage for only $5.25. Get yours in the café today!  Thank you and we appreciate your business.<br><br>It’s that time of year when we think of those who are less fortunate than we are… We invite you to help decorate our ‘GIVING TREE’ in the front foyer with NEW or GENTLY USED mittens, hats & scarves.  Items will be taken to the Busby Centre where your donations will be distributed to the members of our community who could use your help in keeping them warm this winter season. Bring your donations to the Wildcat Lounge during period 3 or 4 in exchange for a sweet treat. Thanks for giving.<br><br>Hello Wildcats, Do you like making Gingerbread houses? If yes then this is the event for you! On December 7th we will be hosting a gingerbread house making competition during the second period in the cafe. It will be 5 dollars per person and there will be a maximum of 6 people per team so gather your friends. The group with the best house will win a prize for every member! Sign up starts today and the deadline is December 3rd! Sign up in front of the elevator in the main hall during periods 3 and 4 to be guaranteed a spot!<br><br>The first dryland training session for the alpine ski team is today at 2:45. Please meet in room 246 and be ready for an indoor workout.<br>Forms must be submitted before any participation.<br><br>Congratulations goes out to the Senior Boys Basketball team who continue their undefeated winning streak with a 71-49 win against Banting yesterday. The boys will now travel to Collingwood on Wednesday to take on the Fighting Owls once again! Practice today at 3pm in the back gym. <br><br>Attention all Nordic ski Cats!<br>Please be sure to pick up a form from the back hallway bulletin board ASAP. We start practices December 4. See mr Trayling for more info.<br><br>Attention all football players<br>Reminder that Permission forms and money for the football banquet are due this Thursday. You can pick up a form from Mr Fontaine in the library.<br><br>The junior boys basketball team started their season with a 61-42 victory last night against Banting.  Despite having only two practices, the boys managed to effectively implement key team concepts.    Leading the offense was Jayden Scobie scoring 12 points and Brayden Folliott and Darius Kent keeping up the offensive pressure.  In transition Kevin Shang and Liam Alexander put in a solid performance pushing our play into the front court and setting the tone for our offense.  Defensively, Patrick Nightingale, Matt Higgs and Zander Jaglowitz managed to create a number of turnover opportunities while James Nightingale dominated the boards. <br>Congrats on the win boys but we still have a lot of learning and hard work ahead of us.  Practice tonight at 4:30.   See you there.  <br><br></p><h2>​Monday November 26th</h2><p><br>Hey Wildcats! Are you sick of school? Join us for a night that`s sure to delight, as we take a trip to Paris, Big Ben, The Alps and Hong Kong on Friday the 7th for Semi. Tickets are on sale now until December 5 for just $10, sold across from the elevator. Be there!  Limited tickets available so buy early so you don't miss out.  All guests need a permission form which you can pick up when you buy your ticket across from the elevator in the main hall.<br><br>K-cup tickets are on sale now at the wildcat lounge during lunch periods. You MUST have your form AND money to receive a ticket they are $15 each.<br><br>It’s finally arrived! This is your chance to Pay It Forward with Play It Forward , because its happening this Thursday, November 29th, from 7:00pm until 9:00pm, in The Drama Studio (that's room 150). Play It Forward is a really fun evening of short comedic skits and Improv games; its like Coffeehouse, but with actors! All proceeds will go toward next year's musical theatre production so come on out and support Eastview’s Drama Club as they showcase their talent, AND, with your purchase of a $5.00 ticket you'll be helping to Pay It Forward. Tickets can be purchased at the door on Thursday evening. We look forward to seeing you then!<br><br>It’s that time of year when we think of those who are less fortunate than we are… We invite you to help decorate our ‘GIVING TREE’ in the front foyer with NEW or GENTLY USED mittens, hats & scarves.  Items will be taken to the Busby Centre where your donations will be distributed to the members of our community who could use your help in keeping them warm this winter season. Bring your donations to the Wildcat Lounge during period 3 or 4 in exchange for a sweet treat. Thanks for giving.<br><br>Please listen to a quick message from Chartwells.<br>Come into the cafe today for lunch to enjoy our Tasty Chicken Daze Butter Chicken Combo special and our $1 Movember themed cookies. Thank you and we appreciate your business.<br><br>Hello Wildcats, Do you like making Gingerbread houses? If yes then this is the event for you! On December 7th we will be hosting a gingerbread house making competition during the second period in the cafe. It will be 5 dollars per person and there will be a maximum of 6 people per team so gather your friends. The group with the best house will win a prize for every member! Sign up starts today and the deadline is December 3rd! Sign up in front of the elevator in the main hall during periods 3 and 4 to be guaranteed a spot!<br><br>All Junior Boys Basketball players please meet Mrs. G outside of the Co-op office today at 3:15 in order to drop off you forms and pick up your uniform before the game.<br><br>Practice will be in the back Gym tonight for the Senior Girls Volleyball team.  Please be ready to warm-up by 3:00.<br><br>The senior boys basketball team competed in their first tournament at Innisdale this past weekend. The boys won all three of their games (77-36 vs Patrick Fogarty, 79-53 vs Innisdale and 50-44 vs Collingwood), to become tournament champions! The action continues this afternoon with a 3:30 home game vs Banting. Come out to watch some exciting basketball and cheer on your fellow wildcats!<br><br>Attention all Eastview junior and senior football players. Permission forms for the football banquet are due by this Thursday. Pick up your forms from Mr Fontaine in the library.<br><br>Good morning!<br>This is our last week to focus on our November theme of “Random Acts of Kindness” and “Paying it Foreard”. With many grade 8’s visiting out school it’s a wonderful opportunity to share a simple gesture of helping someone find their way if they look lost for example. Please keep sharing your moments on the board in the caf. The hearts are filled so let’s fill the board now! And remember:<br></p>
Morning Announcements week of November 19thhttp://eas.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/school-news/81Morning Announcements week of November 19th<h2>Thursday November 22nd</h2><p><br>K-cup tickets are on sale now at the wildcat lounge during lunch periods. You MUST have your form AND money to receive a ticket they are $15 each.<br><br>The Knitting Club will continue to meet this week on Thursday at 2:45-3:30 in the library.  Everyone is welcome!<br><br>Announcment for Semi Formal<br>Come take a trip around the world this December 7! Beat the chill this winter in Hollywood, Australia, Egypt or Jamaica! Join us for this Semi Formal, tickets go on sale starting November 26 for $10. Free water and popcorn for all students with a student card.  Sold across from the elevator.  Students are permitted to bring a guest providing they have each guest complete the guest permission form.<br><br>Yesterday our Eastview Girls hockey team played in the Midland tournament.<br>The team defeated Barrie North and JOA in the first two games. Then in the championship we battled the defending champions from St Theresa. The game was tied 4-4 after overtime. In the shootout Alexa Pongo scored the winning goal and goalie Faith Millar stopped all three shooters to preserve the win as Eastview won the championship 5-4.<br>The coaches want to congratulate the team and to welcome our newest players who played their first games as Wildcats –<br><br>Natalia Smith<br>Audrey Busby<br>Kayli Sutton<br>Abbi Fenik<br>Reagan McCluskey<br>Shayla Koski-Arges<br>Hunter Northcott<br><br>Also a big congratulations as Emma Campbell scored her first high school goal – well done Emma and way to go Wildcats!<br><br>Remember that list of celebrities yesterday? Add to that list Jennifer Hudson, Lady Gaga, Sally Field, George Clooney, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Beyonce. Have you figure out what they have in common yet? The answer will be revealed on Monday!<br><br>Good morning swim cats!<br>Please check the swim board in the back hall and grab your meet forms for McMaster and GBs.<br>See Mr T with questions. See you tonight at practice!</p><p><br></p><h2>Wednesday November 21st</h2><p><br>K-cup tickets are on sale now at the wildcat lounge during lunch periods. You MUST have your form AND money to receive a ticket they are $15 each.<br><br>"Please listen to a quick message from Chartwells.<br>Last year Chartwells gave away over $60,000 in social media exclusive prizes in Ontario.  Like us on Facebook, follow us on Instagram, Snapchat and Twitter for exclusive offers and changes to win free stuff.  Our specials today are Spaghetti with Meatballs and Panzerottis.  Thank you and we appreciate your business."<br><br>The Knitting Club will continue to meet this week on Thursday at 2:45-3:30 in the library.  Everyone is welcome!<br><br>The games club meets for sure today, after school in room 163.  Pop and chips provided.  Come see what we're all about!  It's not just board games....  That's games club, room 163, after school today.  See you there!<br><br>Attention Alpine Skiers!!<br>The snow is here and it's time to prepare for the alpine ski team season! Dryland training starts next week.<br>Anyone who is interested in joining the team this year should plan to attend a brief 20-30 minute meeting after school on Thursday in room 246.<br>No previous racing experience is necessary. However, those interested should at least be comfortable skiing blue runs with speed.<br><br>Announcment for Semi Formal<br>Come take a trip around the world this December 7! Beat the chill this winter in Hollywood, Australia, Egypt or Jamaica! Join us for this Semi Formal, tickets go on sale starting November 26 for $10. Free water and popcorn for all students with a student card.  Sold across from the elevator.  Students are permitted to bring a guest providing they have each guest complete the guest permission form.<br><br>What do Bruce Springsteen, Jennifer Lopez, Brad Pitt, Charlize Theron, Demi Lovato, Cyndi Lauper, Jazz Jennings, Rhianna, Chance the Rapper, and Prince Harry have in common? And how can you share that common vision? Stay tuned to find out!<br><br></p><h2>Tuesday November 20th</h2><p><br>K-cup tickets are on sale now at the wildcat lounge during lunch periods. You MUST have your form AND money to receive a ticket they are $15 each.<br><br>This is a reminder to graduating students that the representative from the University of Guelph-Humber will be meeting with students today at 12pm in the cafeteria.<br><br>"Please listen to a quick message from Chartwells.<br>Don't forget to take your Movember selfie and tag us @chartwellsontario before the end of Novemer and you could win a FREE pizza party!  See café for details.<br>Join us in the café for our delicious Mexican Baked Fry special."<br><br>Students participating on the Women in the Trades Conference on Tuesday, Nov 20 will be excused from class at 8:45 and should make their way directly to the front foyer for 8:50.  The bus will return to Eastview at approximately 2pm.<br><br>The Knitting Club will continue to meet this week on Thursday at 2:45-3:30 in the library.  Everyone is welcome!<br><br>Attention Alpine Skiers!!<br>The snow is here and it's time to prepare for the alpine ski team season! Dryland training starts next week.<br>Anyone who is interested in joining the team this year should plan to attend a brief 20-30 minute meeting after school on Thursday in room 246.<br>No previous racing experience is necessary. However, those interested should at least be comfortable skiing blue runs with speed.</p><h2><br>Monday November 19th</h2><p><br>K-cup tickets are on sale now at the wildcat lounge during lunch periods. You MUST have your form AND money to receive a ticket they are $15 each.<br><br>This is a reminder to graduating students that the representative from Lakehead University will be meeting with students today at 11am in the cafeteria<br><br>"Please listen to a quick message from Chartwells.<br>This month only, we are offering a giant cinnamon bun & milk for only $2.25 and come into the café today for lunch to enjoy our Tasty Chicken Daze, top your own potato bowl special.  Also, try our moustache cookies throughout November for only $1 each.  Thank you and we appreciate your business."<br><br>Students participating on the Women in the Trades Conference on Tuesday, Nov 20 will be excused from class at 8:45 and should make their way directly to the front foyer for 8:50.  The bus will return to Eastview at approximately 2pm.<br><br>The Knitting Club will continue to meet this week on Thursday at 2:45-3:30 in the library.  Everyone is welcome!<br><br>The final try-out for the Junior Boys Basketball team will be held tonight from 5:30-7:00.  A list of the players being invited to tonights tryout will be posted at the beginning of period 3 between the two gyms.<br><br>The final tryout for the Senior Girls Volleyball team will be held on Tuesday November 20th at 3:00 for the players who attended the tryouts last week.<br><br>"This announcement is for all you uphill Ski Cats!<br>The Snow is here!<br>If you want to cross country ski with us this season, please come to a brief meeting in the back PE hall at the beginning of your lunch today. Please see Mr. Trayling if you have any questions."<br>​</p>
November School Council Meeting Informationhttp://eas.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/school-news/80November School Council Meeting Information<div style="color:#595959;font-family:arial, sans-serif;background-color:#ffffff;"><strong></strong>The following resources are available from the November 15 School Council Meeting:<br></div><div style="color:#595959;font-family:arial, sans-serif;background-color:#ffffff;"><strong><br></strong></div><a href="/Documents/November%2015%20Minutes.pdf" target="_blank" style="color:#0072b9;font-family:arial, sans-serif;background-color:#ffffff;">Meeting Minutes</a><div><br style="background-color:#ffffff;"><p style="color:#595959;font-family:arial, sans-serif;background-color:#ffffff;"><a href="https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1_mKb5xsc5Fn9aEsUa84lAfAid5eJRRud7Wz9z65u-Dc/edit?usp=sharing" target="_blank" style="color:#0072b9;">Supporting the Well-Being of our SCDSB Students, Staff, and Families</a> (Google Slides Document)<br></p><p><br></p></div>
Let's Talk! Helping Your Teen Through Adolescencehttp://eas.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/school-news/79Let's Talk! Helping Your Teen Through Adolescence<p><span style="text-decoration:underline;"><strong>Next Event at Eastview for Parents/Guardians:</strong></span></p><p><strong class="ms-rteForeColor-6" style="">Let's Talk! Helping Your Teen Through Adolescence</strong></p><p>Plan to attend this participant-driven workshop at <strong>7 pm</strong> next <strong>Thursday, Nov. 22, </strong>in the<strong> Wildcat Library</strong>.  At this informative event, local social worker (and Eastview Wellness Week planning partner) <strong>Jerry Andrechek</strong> will answer any question about teens that parents/guardians have.  Jerry promotes individual, family and relationship strengths with a focus on wellness, advocacy and resiliency.  He has twenty-nine years of  experience in children's mental health, youth justice, and the education system and he is personable and enjoys using humour to develop a positive rapport.  </p><p>Come and listen to the important information that Jerry will share in a direct and engaging way, and <span style="text-decoration:underline;"><strong>bring any questions that you want answered</strong></span> to help support yourself and/or your teen.  We hope to see you there! <br></p><p>​</p>
Morning Announcements week of November 12thhttp://eas.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/school-news/78Morning Announcements week of November 12th<h2>Friday November 16th</h2><p><br>This is a reminder to graduating students that the representative from the University of Waterloo a will be meeting with students today at 11:00pm in the Cafeteria.<br><br>Drama Club is meeting this Friday in Room 150 (The Drama Studio) starting at 2:45 until 6pm! We will finalize performance plans for Play It Forward which is fast approaching! If you plan on performing, you must attend this meeting or speak to one of the Drama Club Leaders ASAP. Can't wait to see you there! <br><br>Members of the Cross-Country team are asked to see Ms. Kelly this week to place the order for the long-sleeved shirt.  Find Ms. Kelly in portable 306 period 1 and in the front gym for the rest of the day.<br><br>"Good Morning Grade 12 Students:  <br>Lakehead University is pleased to invite you to their annual Grade 12 Preview Day. This event will give you the opportunity to tour the campus, visit the residence, experience two mock lectures, meet Faculty and talk with current students. The cost of the trip, including lunch, will be paid by Lakehead University. The event will take place Tuesday, December 4 from 10:00am - 1:30pm at Lakehead University, Orillia campus. Please note this event is limited to 36 students per school. You must confirm your spot to attend this event NO LATER THAN Monday, November 19th. Please see Mrs. Crawford in guidance to get the permission form and confirm your spot!"<br><br>"Great news Wildcats! <br>Online orders for Spiritwear has been extended.  You will now be able to purchase your spiritwear online until the end of November and still receive your items in time for Christmas.   Hoodies, long sleeves and track pants are still available and we have also added toques!  Click on the link from our school website to view sizing and colour options and to place all orders.  The last day to order will be November 29th."<br><br>K-cup permission forms are now available for pick up at the wildcat lounge TODAY! You MUST have your permission form in to buy a ticket! tickets are $15 EACH! Sales start on MONDAY!<br><br>Video games club is this Friday in room 219 after school until 4:30. Feel free to come by and have some fun after a long week.<br><br>"Please listen to a quick message from Chartwells.<br>Any day of the week you can go in on lunch with friends and pre order a Chartwells Pizza Party!  Get a large pizza, 5 drinks and 5 cookies for only $25!  See café staff for preorder details! Join us in the cafe today for details and enjoy our Pacific Rim Special.<br>Thank you and have a great weekend!"<br><br>"This is National Addictions Awareness Week. <br>Did you know that myths and misconceptions about substance use add to stigma?<br>Stigma makes accessing resources more difficult. Fear of being judged or discriminated against can prevent people from getting help.   Using words like ‘addict’ can perpetuate stigma while ‘a person who uses substances,’ can be less harmful. <br>Are you perpetuating stigma through the words you use?<br>For support, call Connex Ontario to access Addiction, Mental Health and Problem Gambling Services at 1-800-565-8603, or call 2-1-1.<br>The Barrie Canadian Mental Health Association also has services for youth who are struggling with addictions or who are impacted by someone else’s substance use or addictive behaviours.  Most services are FREE and help IS available.<br>Come on down to the cafeteria today during lunch and check out the education and resource display."<br><br>Attention cross country runners.  Please attend a brief but important meeting in room 246 at beginning of your lunch, either pd 3 or 4.  <br><br>Another tryout for the junior boys basketball team will be held tonight in the back gym at 3:00.  All boys who made the first cut and who where on the Junior boys volleyball team need to be at the tryout today.<br><br>"Did you know that 2019 is the International Year of the periodic table?<br>To help commemorate this event, Eastview is participating in the University of Waterloo's 'Timeline of Elements' collaborative art project.<br>All Eastview students are eligible to submit artwork for this project. One student will have their art displayed permanently at the University of Waterloo.<br>If you're interested in learning more about this opportunity, ask a Science teacher, and stay tuned for more announcements!"<br><br>"Congratulations goes out to your Junior Boys Volleyball team as they competed in our home gym to bring home the GBSSA Championship yesterday!<br>Congratulations to all members for your concerted effort throughout the season to get us here.  Please congratulate your GB champions when you see them today.  Your GB champs are "<br><br>Liam Alexander<br>Carter Bolton<br>Austin Dick<br>Graeme Galloway<br>Gibson Grigoriadis<br>Steven King<br>Eric McFadden<br>Shane Quirk<br>Nikunj Patel<br>Jack Rowsell<br>Ryan Vriezema<br>Nick Yeaman<br><br>Your coaches are proud of you and I personally am grateful to have coached you over this season.<br><br></p><h2>Thursday November 15th</h2><p><br>Spiritwear!  Spiritwear!  Spiritwear!   It's that time of year Wildcats!  Get your hoodies, sweat pants, long sleeved tees!  Look for the link in your email or social media.  You can now order online.  Check out sizes and colours and customize yours to suit your style.  All orders due Nov. 15th.<br><br>"Attention all potential June 2019 grads! Grad Photos are being taken this week November 12th to 16th and December 3rd to 7th in room 104. New this year is online sign-up, so please visit the library to obtain the web link and book your photo shoot today!"<br><br>This is a reminder to graduating students that the representative from Brescia’s at Western University a will be meeting with students today at 11:00pm in the Cafeteria.<br><br>Drama Club is meeting this Friday in Room 150 (The Drama Studio) starting at 2:45 until 6pm! We will finalize performance plans for Play It Forward which is fast approaching! If you plan on performing, you must attend this meeting or speak to one of the Drama Club Leaders ASAP. Can't wait to see you there! <br><br>The Knitting Club will meet on Thursday in the library at 2:45-3:30.  Everyone is welcome to come join the club.  We will teach you to knit.  You can earn Community Service hours by donating items you have made.  See you Thursday!<br><br>Members of the Cross-Country team are asked to see Ms. Kelly this week to place the order for the long-sleeved shirt.  Find Ms. Kelly in portable 306 period 1 and in the front gym for the rest of the day.<br><br>"Good Morning Grade 12 Students:  <br>Lakehead University is pleased to invite you to their annual Grade 12 Preview Day. This event will give you the opportunity to tour the campus, visit the residence, experience two mock lectures, meet Faculty and talk with current students. The cost of the trip, including lunch, will be paid by Lakehead University. The event will take place Tuesday, December 4 from 10:00am - 1:30pm at Lakehead University, Orillia campus. Please note this event is limited to 36 students per school. You must confirm your spot to attend this event NO LATER THAN Monday, November 19th. Please see Mrs. Crawford in guidance to get the permission form and confirm your spot!"<br><br>"Chess players and want-a-bee chess players listen up! <br>All chess-aholics will meet in room 165 Thursday at 2:45. If you can't make it please sign up on the sheet posted outside the Business Office door across the hall. <br>Remember chess players, room 165 Thursday at 2:45.  Hope to see you there. That includes you Jarat!"<br><br>Video games club is this Friday in room 219 after school until 4:30. Feel free to come by and have some fun after a long week.<br><br>"Please listen to a quick message from Chartwells.<br>Come into the Café today and enjoy our Chef Corbin Greek special.  Remember to enter our Chartwells healthy recipe contest before November 30th for your chance to win a free lunch for a week! See café for details.  Thank you and we appreciate your business."<br><br>"Congratulations goes out to the Senior Boys Volleyball on an awesome season that came to end yesterday in the GBSSA final.  The boys came out flying winning the first set 25-20.  The boys lost the next two sets 25-23 in two hotly contested sets.  The final set saw the boys fall behind and couldn't  catch up losing 25-18.  Despite this the boys came away playing their best volleyball of the season.  Well done- Mr Broley would like to wish our Grade 12 graduates best wishes in their future volleyball careers and endeavours- Brad Nagle, Cam Taylor , Naheem Tahir, Jack Prouty, Jack Rissanen, Nikita Abramov, Cole Hebert, Quinten Murphy and Grady Burke.  And to the Grade 11's we will see you next year- Brady Swain, Chaze Pain, Dan Kauffman, Tyler Godell, Ethan Chantler..  thank you for making the coach tremendously proud.<br>The team would also like to thank Ethan Bird for all his help this year and finally to the unbelievable fans who pushed us to play our best volleyball yesterday-  the cheering and  Eastview spirit was the best the coaching staff had seen in a long time- keep it up Wildcats that was awesome and a great representation of what our school is made of.  "<br><br>Senior Girls Volleyball tryouts will continue tonight in the front Gym at approximately 4:15-30 following the boys volleyball game. All girls trying out please remember to bring your signed permission form.<br><br>A list of boys being invited back to the Junior Boys Basketball tryouts will be posted at the start of period 3 in between the gyms. Tryouts will continue tonight at 3:00 in the back gym. Thank you to all that tried out, keep working hard and we hope to see you back next year.<br><br>"On Tuesday, your Junior Boys Volleyball team defeated Innisdale to become Simcoe County’s AAA champions!  Congratulations to each and every one of you. Your coaches are very proud of you.<br>Today is a very exciting day for your juniors as they take on JOA for the GB championship in our front gym at 3pm.  Please wish the boys well on this next challenge and come cheer them on.  Juniors are excused at 2pm.  Good luck Wildcats!<br>"<br><br>As of this announcement, we are moving to our winter site evacuation behind Eastview Arena.  Stay tuned for a possible evacuation next week;  you will have notice to bring your coats to class.<br><br></p><h2>Wednesday November 14th</h2><p><br>Spiritwear!  Spiritwear!  Spiritwear!   It's that time of year Wildcats!  Get your hoodies, sweat pants, long sleeved tees!  Look for the link in your email or social media.  You can now order online.  Check out sizes and colours and customize yours to suit your style.  All orders due Nov. 15th.<br><br>"Attention all potential June 2019 grads! Grad Photos are being taken this week November 12th to 16th and December 3rd to 7th in room 104. New this year is online sign-up, so please visit the library to obtain the web link and book your photo shoot today!"<br><br>This is a reminder to graduating students that the representative from King’s at Western University a will be meeting with students today at 11:00pm in room 211.<br><br>Drama Club is meeting this Friday in Room 150 (The Drama Studio) starting at 2:45 until 6pm! We will finalize performance plans for Play It Forward which is fast approaching! If you plan on performing, you must attend this meeting or speak to one of the Drama Club Leaders ASAP. Can't wait to see you there! <br><br>Members of the Cross-Country team are asked to see Ms. Kelly this week to place the order for the long-sleeved shirt.  Find Ms. Kelly in portable 306 period 1 and in the front gym for the rest of the day.<br><br>The Knitting Club will meet on Thursday in the library at 2:45-3:30.  Everyone is welcome to come join the club.  We will teach you to knit.  You can earn Community Service hours by donating items you have made.  See you Thursday!<br><br>"Good Morning Grade 12 Students:  <br>Lakehead University is pleased to invite you to their annual Grade 12 Preview Day. This event will give you the opportunity to tour the campus, visit the residence, experience two mock lectures, meet Faculty and talk with current students. The cost of the trip, including lunch, will be paid by Lakehead University. The event will take place Tuesday, December 4 from 10:00am - 1:30pm at Lakehead University, Orillia campus. Please note this event is limited to 36 students per school. You must confirm your spot to attend this event NO LATER THAN Monday, November 19th. Please see Mrs. Crawford in guidance to get the permission form and confirm your spot!"<br><br>This is a reminder that the Junior Boys Basketball tryouts will continue this week with tryouts being held today from 4:30-6:00, Thursday and Friday from 3:00-4:30.<br><br>Any senior students wishing to play on the Senior Girls Volleyball team; tryouts will be starting today from 3:00-4:30 and Thursday from 4:30-6:00. If you have not signed up or picked up a tryout permission form please do so from the door of the co-op office, room 160b.<br><br>Attention all Senior Football Players! TODAY is the last day to vote for team award winners. Please head up to the library sometime today and ask Coach Fontaine for your ballot.<br><br>Listen up wildcats K-cup is quickly approaching! Come pick up your permission form this Friday at the wildcat lounge. You MUST have a permission form to attend the event! Tickets will start being sold on Monday, November 19th tickets are $15 EACH so don’t miss out! <br><br>"Wildcats Get Ready !!  <br>Period 5 today your Senior Boys Volleyball team is hosting St Peter's in the Championship Finals!  Come out and support the team for only $2.00.  You can buy your ticket today during period 3 and 4 at the Wildcat Lounge.  Game time is 1:30 pm in the main gym.   Tickets may sell out so make sure not to wait until the last minute."<br><br>"Chess players and want-a-bee chess players listen up! <br>All chess-aholics will meet in room 165 Thursday at 2:45. If you can't make it please sign up on the sheet posted outside the Business Office door across the hall. <br>Remember chess players, room 165 Thursday at 2:45.  Hope to see you there. That includes you Jarat!"<br><br>"This week is National Addictions Awareness Week. <br>Listen to this important announcement to answer a question and enter in a draw in the cafeteria today at lunch to be eligible to win a prize. <br>Did you know technology addiction can include excessive video-game, YouTube, smart phone, shopping, and social media use? <br>Technology is a part of everyday life but it is important to learn how to maintain balance. Too much Tech-time can create problems with finances, relationships, school, work and more. Some options to reduce risks include: setting time and spending limits, planning no-tech times and engaging in social interactions outside of technology. <br>For support, call Connex Ontario to access Addiction, Mental Health and Problem Gambling Services at 1-800-565-8603, or call 2-1-1. <br>The Barrie Canadian Mental Health Association also has services for youth who are struggling with addictions, or who are impacted by someone else’s substance use or addictive behaviours. <br>Come on down to the cafeteria today during lunch, check out the addiction education and resource display, and answer a question to enter in a draw to win a prize!"<br><br>Congratulations to all the swimmers that attended the first swim meet of the season in Collingwood this past Monday. Amazing effort was shown by all the swimmers, especially the those who swam their first meet! A big thank you goes out to our team captains Matea Tettmann and Lauren Nelson who helped cheer on the team.<br><br>Video games club is this Friday in room 219 after school until 4:30. Feel free to come by and have some fun after a long week.<br><br>Good luck to the senior boys volleyball team as they take on at Peter's in the gbssa final today at 130 here at Eastview... Remember to buy your tickets for the period five buyin we need a loud crowd today to cheer on the boys... Players are released at noon.<br><br>"Please listen to a quick message from Chartwells.<br>Take advantage of our November limited time offer and get a large cinnamon bun with a small milk for 2.25.  Our specials today are Italian Lasagna and Panzerottis.  Thank you and we appreciate your business."<br></p><h2><br></h2><h2>Tuesday November 13th</h2><p><br>Spiritwear!  Spiritwear!  Spiritwear!   It's that time of year Wildcats!  Get your hoodies, sweat pants, long sleeved tees!  Look for the link in your email or social media.  You can now order online.  Check out sizes and colours and customize yours to suit your style.  All orders due Nov. 15th.<br><br>"Attention all potential June 2019 grads! Grad Photos are being taken this week November 12th to 16th and December 3rd to 7th in room 104. New this year is online sign-up, so please visit the library to obtain the web link and book your photo shoot today!"<br><br>This is a reminder to graduating students that the representative from Huron at Western University will be meeting with students today at 12:00pm in room 211.<br><br>Attention-  All Arts & Culture - Specialist High Skills Major students: Please meet Mrs. Bennett outside the student entrance to the The Drama Studio, Room 150, at the end of this morning's announcements for a brief but important meeting. See you shortly.<br><br>The Knitting Club will meet on Thursday in the library at 2:45-3:30.  Everyone is welcome to come join the club.  We will teach you to knit.  You can earn Community Service hours by donating items you have made.  See you Thursday!<br><br>"Today is World Kindness Day!<br>The bulletin board in the cafeteria has been a great start to sharing Random Acts of Kindness that you have experienced throughout your day.<br>Today, of all days this month, reach out of your comfort zone and spread kindness even more.<br>Simcoe County District School Board Student Trustees have issued a challenge to all students in the district to join in a ""compliment challenge"". When you greet anyone in your day, simply add a compliment! ""You look marvelous! That colour looks amazing on you!"" ( you get the drift...) We've accepted the challenge on your behalf. Now let's see if we can blow up twitter using #SCDSBkind,  #kindnessmatters, or #WorldKindnessDay and show SCDSB just how kind Wildcats are!<br>Don't forget to fill out a note in the caf and drop in the collection box so they will be posted to our growing kindness board as well. "<br><br>Just for this week, the games club will be meeting TODAY, Tuesday in room 163 after school.  We will resume with Wednesdays next week. So if you've been curious about the games club and could never make it Wednesday, then come check us out today!  Pops and chips provided.  That's games club, today, Tuesday after school in room 163.  See you there!<br><br>"This week is National Addiction Awareness Week. <br>Did you know that there are many myths about harm reduction? <br>Myth: Harm reduction encourages people to keep using. <br>Fact: It does NOT increase or promote substance use, gaming, gambling, shopping or other dependencies. It also does NOT increase the number of new users. Some studies show harm reduction allows individuals to learn more about their treatment options. <br>Myth: Abstinence is the only answer. <br>Fact: Not every person needs or wants to entirely stop using substances or engaging in behaviours that carry risk. Harm reduction options can still decrease the chance people will experience serious and long-term health issues, financial and other social consequences. <br>To get help for someone you care about, call Connex Ontario to access Addiction, Mental Health and Problem Gambling Services at: 1-800-565-8603 or call 2-1-1. <br>The Barrie Canadian Mental Health Association also has services for youth who are struggling with addictions or who are impacted by someone else’s substance use or addictive behaviours. <br>Many services are free and help is available. <br>Come on down to the cafeteria today during lunch and check out the education and resources display."<br><br>Attention All Sr Boys Interested in OFF Season Training that we are practicing  Tuesday Nights From 8-9:30 in the front gym.  Anyone is welcome to come and run around and get fit and have fun!  See Mr. Misener if you have any questions!<br><br>Members of the Cross-Country team are asked to see Ms. Kelly this week to place the order for the long-sleeved shirt.  Find Ms. Kelly in portable 306 period 1 and in the front gym for the rest of the day.<br><br>Hey wildcat fans the senior boys volleyball team needs you for tomorrow's buyin... St Peter's is bringing a bus of fans and we need the loudest fans to come out to the buyin period five tomorrow...buy your tickets today from the leadership group. See you tomorrow<br><br>"BADMINTON!   BADMINTON!  BADMINTON! <br>A reminder to come out and play tonight from 6 to 8pm in the main gym.    This will be a weekly club for all grades, all skill levels, boys and girls are all welcome.  This is for fun and some practice… the team will begin in February.<br>See Mr Kalbleisch or Mr Gledhill if you have questions.  See you tonight!"<br><br>Members of the Junior Boys Volleyball Team: it's our time. We've got this. Stay focused today. See you in the gym at 2:15!<br><br></p><h2><br></h2><h2>​Monday November 12th</h2><p><br>This is a reminder to graduating students that the representative from the University of Ottawa will be meeting with students today at 12:00pm in room 211.<br><br>Spiritwear!  Spiritwear!  Spiritwear!   It's that time of year Wildcats!  Get your hoodies, sweat pants, long sleeved tees!  Look for the link in your email or social media.  You can now order online.  Check out sizes and colours and customize yours to suit your style.  All orders due Nov. 15th.<br><br>"Attention all potential June 2019 grads! Grad Photos are being taken next week. New this year is online sign-up, so please visit the library to obtain the web link and book your photo shoot today!"<br><br>Attention All Sr Boys Interested in OFF Season Training that we are practicing  Tuesday Nights From 8-9:30 in the front gym.  Anyone is welcome to come and run around and get fit and have fun!  See Mr. Misener if you have any questions!<br><br>"Listen to this important announcement to answer a question in the cafeteria today at lunch to be eligible to win a prize.<br>This week is National Addiction Awareness Week. <br>The purpose of this campaign is to bring education and awareness to people around the topic of addiction, something that impacts approximately one in five Canadians. <br>Did you know that there is a spectrum of interventions for addictions that range from prevention through treatment and from programs that require complete abstinence to harm reduction? <br>Harm reduction reduces our risk of injury, illness, and death.  To get help for someone you care about, call Connex Ontario to access Addiction, Mental Health and Problem Gambling Services at: 1-800-565-8603 or call 2-1-1. <br>The Barrie Canadian Mental Health Association also has services for youth who are struggling with addictions or who are impacted by someone else’s substance use or addictive behaviors. Many services are free and help is available. <br>Come on down to the cafeteria today during lunch, check out the education and resources display and answer a question to enter in a draw to win a prize!"<br><br>Tomorrow is the LAST day to bring in your gently used clothing, bags, coats, shoes, belts for the environmental clothing drive!  Bags can be dropped off at the main office!  Clean out your closet tonight!!!<br><br>"This is a reminder to any Senior Boys interested in playing Basketball this year that we will have Gym time today after school 3 pm to 4:30.  <br>If you are unable to attend, but are interested in trying out, please see Ms. Stam in the Resource Room to receive the necessary permission forms."<br><br>Any students in grade 9 and 10 wishing too tryout for the junior boys basketball, the first tryout will be held tonight from 5:30-7:00.  Further tryouts will be held this week on Wednesday from 4:30-6:00 and Thursday from 3:00-4:30.  Please be sure to bring your signed athletic participation form to the tryout.  If you still need a form they can be picked up on the door of the Co-op office room 160B.<br><br>Any senior students wishing too tryout for the Senior Girls Volleyball team; tryouts will be starting on Wednesday from 3:00-4:30. A second tryout will be held on Thursday from 4:30-6:00. If you have not signed up please do so on either the list between the two gyms of the co-op office, room 160b.<br><br>Congratulations to the senior boys volleyball team on winning the scaaa championship Friday afternoon.  The team travelled to bear creek to take on the number one ranked kodiaks and came out swinging with a commanding 25-14 first set win...the boys then continued with two closer set wins 25-23 and 25-21 to knock off the kodiaks...their next action is this Wednesday against st Peter's in the gbssa fihere at Eastview... That's right Wildcats we are having a buyin this Wednesday to cheer on the boys to victory... Stay tuned for more information regarding ticket sales<br><br>Attention all girls interested in trying out for the girls hockey team. Tomorrow is the final tryout at 3:30 at Eastview Arena. The outdoor equipment room 100 in the tech wing will be open at 7:45 for bag storage. Players who missed last weeks tryout are welcome to attend. Any questions please see Mr Carl in portable 304.<br><br>Congratulations goes out to the Junior Boys Volleyball Team for their semifinal win Friday after school against Nantyr in 3 straight sets.  All boys should be proud of their play.  Enthusiasm from the players has never been stronger!  Way to go CATS!<br><br>"This week is National Addiction Awareness Week.<br>The purpose of this campaign is to bring education and awareness to people around the topic of addiction, something that impacts approximately one in five Canadians.<br>Did you know that there is a spectrum of interventions for addictions that range from prevention through treatment and from programs that require complete abstinence to harm reduction?<br>Harm reduction reduces our risk of injury, illness, and death. <br>To get help for someone you care about, call Connex Ontario to access Addiction, Mental Health and Problem Gambling Services at: 1-800-565-8603 or call 2-1-1. <br>The Barrie Canadian Mental Health Association also has services for youth who are struggling with addictions or who are impacted by someone else’s substance use or addictive behaviors.<br>Many services are free and help is available.<br>Come on down to the cafeteria today during lunch and check out the education and resources display."<br></p>
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Morning Announcements week of November 5thhttp://eas.scdsb.on.ca/about-us/news/school-news/76Morning Announcements week of November 5th<h2>Friday November 9th</h2><p><br>"Attention all potential June 2019 grads! Grad Photos are being taken next week. New this year is online sign-up, so please visit the library to obtain the web link and book your photo shoot today!"<br><br>This is a reminder to graduating students that the representative from Cambrian College will be meeting with students today at 11am in room 211.<br><br>Did you know 80% of unwanted clothing is being dumped into our landfills?  Do you have clothes in your closet that you are no longer wearing?  Why not clean out your closet and bring in your gently used clothes, shoes, bags, belts, hats to school to support our environmental fundraiser.  Your bag of gently used clothing can be dropped off at the main office until Nov. 13th.  Help decrease the number of textiles being dumped into the landfills and bring in a bag today!  <br><br>Members of the cross country team are asked to see Ms. Kelly to order their long-sleeved shirt.  See google classroom for details.  Ms. Kelly needs your size and the name you wish on your shirt by FRIDAY, November 9.  Find Ms. Kelly in the front gym or the fitness center.<br><br>Spiritwear!  Spiritwear!  Spiritwear!   It's that time of year Wildcats!  Get your hoodies, sweat pants, long sleeved tees!  Look for the link in your email or social media.  You can now order online.  Check out sizes and colours and customize yours to suit your style.  All orders due Nov. 15th.<br><br>Video games club is this Friday in room 219 after school until 4:30. Feel free to come by and have some fun after a long week.<br><br>Any grade 11 & 12 student interested in trying out for the Senior Girls Volleyball team this year, please sign up on the sheet outside the Co-op Office Room 160B or on the sports board in between the gyms.    Tryout dates and times will be announced shortly listen to announcements carefully.<br><br>Attention All Sr Boys Interested in OFF Season Training that we are practicing  Tuesday Nights From 8-9:30 in the front gym.  Anyone is welcome to come and run around and get fit and have fun!  See Mr. Misener if you have any questions!<br><br>Good luck goes out to the Jr. Boys Volleyball team today as they head to Nantyr for their semi-final game.  The Jr. Boys would like to wish the Seniors well in their game today.  Go Cats!<br><br>The first junior boys basketball tryout will be held on Monday November 12th from 5:30-7:00pm. If you are planning on trying out for the basketball team you will need to pick up a form from the co-op office room 160b. This permission form needs to be filled in and signed before you are able to participate in tryouts. <br><br>Congratulations to the Sr Girls Basketball team for a wonderful season. You have been a gift to work with and we look forward to all the other fabulous things you will do as you move on to bigger and better things. Thank you for not only being amazing student athletes, but for being stand up leaders. Miss you already. Coach Tizzard and Grace<br><br>Good luck to the Senior Boys Volleyball team as they travel to Bear Creek to take on the Kodiaks in the SCAA final today at 3pm.  The players are released from class at 1:30pm.  Remember game time is 3pm come on over and support the boys.  Good luck Cats.<br><br></p><h2>​Thursday November 8th<br></h2><p><br>"Now for a special announcement regarding the Poppy Campaign. We ask that you be respectful and invite you to be reflective & consider wearing a poppy. <br>Today, many Canadians are sheltered & removed from the atrocities of war. Living in Canada affords us the opportunity for freedom of speech, thought & religion among others. We need not concern ourselves with the threat of daily air raids, bombings or landmines. Sadly, this remains a reality for thousands of people today across the world.  While we tend to associate Remembrance Day with World War I and II, we must not forget the millions of people still affected by war today.  Today we remember Canadian soldiers who risk their lives on peace-keeping missions and children like 10 year-old Abdul living in the war-torn country of Israel:<br> *read by a guest speaker <br>* “The night before we fled, a plane attacked our neighbourhood. It was very dark. We were all hiding. The noise was very loud, so I stayed awake.  We all lay still on the floors for hours. The next morning we ran from our home leaving behind our belongings. On the road I saw houses in rubble and burned out cars.   I saw massacres – people and children being killed without any reason. When we passed that, I had to close my eyes.” <br>Many civilians & soldiers return from war forever changed. Today we remember them. Please consider wearing a poppy this week. Poppies are available from your homeroom teacher and in the main office. Donations are graciously accepted. "<br><br>This is a reminder to graduating students that the representative from the University of New Brunswick will be meeting with students today at 11am in room 211.<br><br>"Attention all potential June 2019 grads! Grad Photos are being taken next week. New this year is online sign-up, so please visit the library to obtain the web link and book your photo shoot today!"<br><br>Equity council needs YOUR help! We need students to help with bulletin boards, campaigns, sign changes, and organizing our space. Your commitment can be short term or year long. You can choose to take a leadership role or work in the background. If equity, diversity, or inclusion are of interest to you, see Mrs. Chase and sign up for the council in room 172 during either lunch this week.<br><br>Did you know 80% of unwanted clothing is being dumped into our landfills?  Do you have clothes in your closet that you are no longer wearing?  Why not clean out your closet and bring in your gently used clothes, shoes, bags, belts, hats to school to support our environmental fundraiser.  Your bag of gently used clothing can be dropped off at the main office until Nov. 13th.  Help decrease the number of textiles being dumped into the landfills and bring in a bag today!  <br><br>Video games club is this Friday in room 219 after school until 4:30. Feel free to come by and have some fun after a long week.<br><br>Spiritwear!  Spiritwear!  Spiritwear!   It's that time of year Wildcats!  Get your hoodies, sweat pants, long sleeved tees!  Look for the link in your email or social media.  You can now order online.  Check out sizes and colours and customize yours to suit your style.  All orders due Nov. 15th.<br><br>Members of the cross country team are asked to see Ms. Kelly to order their long-sleeved shirt.  See google classroom for details.  Ms. Kelly needs your size and the name you wish on your shirt by FRIDAY, November 9.  Find Ms. Kelly in the front gym or the fitness center.<br><br>"Hey Eastview<br>Today is the Senior Football Championship.<br>Our Eastview Wildcats will be playing the Barrie North Vikings.<br>Game time is 3:00 today at Georgian College.<br>It would be awesome to see you at the game cheering on Wes Binnie, TPK, Nate Tucker, Cole Dennis, Riley Korkola, Liam Hutton, Wyatt Shipley, Andrew Brown, Zach Smith, Destin Pearson, Logan Hogg, Luke Hastings, Cam van bogedom, Matt Bleksa, Levi Garland, Lucas Smith, Will McCulloch and all the other Wildcats.<br>Looking forward to a great afternoon of football, come join in on the fun. Go Wildcats!"<br><br>Any grade 11 & 12 student interested in trying out for the Senior Girls Volleyball team this year, please sign up on the sheet outside the Co-op Office Room 160B or on the sports board in between the gyms.    Tryout dates and times will be announced shortly listen to announcements carefully.<br><br>The first junior boys basketball tryout will be held on Monday November 12th from 5:30-7:00pm. If you are planning on trying out for the basketball team you will need to pick up a form from the co-op office room 160b. This permission form needs to be filled in and signed before you are able to participate in tryouts.<br><br>Congratulations goes out to the Senior Boys Volleyball team on their 3 set sweep of  the North Vikings in the SCAA semi final game last night.  The boys continued to hit hit hit their opponents into submission.  Their next action is tomorrow in the SCAA final at Bear Creek at 3:30pm- come on over and cheer on your Cats to victory.<br><br>Attention All Sr Boys Interested in OFF Season Training that we are practicing  Tuesday Nights From 8-9:30 in the front gym.  Anyone is welcome to come and run around and get fit and have fun!  See Mr. Misener if you have any questions!<br><br>Did you forget your lunch on the bus this morning? If you did, please come down to the office to collect it.<br></p><h2><br></h2><h2>Wednesday November 7th<br></h2><p><br>This is a reminder to graduating students that the representative from the University of Waterloo will be meeting with students today at 11am in room 211.<br><br>Anyone interested in learning to knit or continuing to improve their knitting skills are invited to join the knitting club.  The club knits articles that can be donated to Christmas Cheer and the David Busby Centre.  Those donating will receive community service hours for their work.  The Knitting Club will meet on Thursday in the library at 2:45-3:30.  Everyone is welcome to come out and join the knitting fun!<br><br>Video games club is this Friday in room 219 after school until 4:30. Feel free to come by and have some fun after a long week.<br><br>Today is games club day!  We meet every Wednesday after school in room 163. Pop and chips provided. New members always welcome!  Come see what we're all about!  That's games club, today after school in room 163.  See you there!<br><br>The chess club will meet Wednesday in room 165 at 2:45. If you agonize over every move and hate to lose, this is the group for you! See you Wednesday at 2:45 in room 165, check mate! <br><br>Did you know 80% of unwanted clothing is being dumped into our landfills?  Do you have clothes in your closet that you are no longer wearing?  Why not clean out your closet and bring in your gently used clothes, shoes, bags, belts, hats to school to support our environmental fundraiser.  Your bag of gently used clothing can be dropped off at the main office until Nov. 13th.  Help decrease the number of textiles being dumped into the landfills and bring in a bag today!  <br><br>Members of the cross country team are asked to see Ms. Kelly to order their long-sleeved shirt.  See google classroom for details.  Ms. Kelly needs your size and the name you wish on your shirt by FRIDAY, November 9.  Find Ms. Kelly in the front gym or the fitness center.<br><br>Spiritwear!  Spiritwear!  Spiritwear!   It's that time of year Wildcats!  Get your hoodies, sweat pants, long sleeved tees!  Look for the link in your email or social media.  You can now order online.  Check out sizes and colours and customize yours to suit your style.  All orders due Nov. 15th.<br><br>Any grade 11 & 12 students interested in trying out for the Senior Girls Volleyball team this year, please sign up on the sheet outside the Co-op Office Room 160B.  Tryout dates and times will be announced shortly check the Door of the co-op office and listen to announcements.<br><br>"Now for a special announcement regarding the Poppy Campaign. We ask that you be respectful and invite you to be reflective & consider wearing a poppy.  <br><br>So often we take for granted the very things that deserve our gratitude the most.  Sometimes we aren’t able to realize the magnitude of our appreciation, until that something is taken from us.  And so we step outside of our comfort zone at this time of year, as we see upsetting footage and images of war and it’s destruction…..and try to empathize with those who have suffered loss. Loss of limbs, loss of functionality and loss of life.  Today we remember and pay honour to the families that have received devastating news.  <br><br>Every year, our country honours mothers and widows of those killed while serving Canada, with a silver cross.  Charlotte Wood of Winnipeg was Canada’s first recipient of the Silver Memorial Cross, after her son Fred was killed in heavy fighting in Belgium in 1914 during the beginning of the First World War.  Three years later in the spring of 1917, her son Peter was killed at Vimy Ridge. Inconceivably, Mrs. Wood went on to lose her son Louis, lost at sea board the HMS Hogue; Harry, killed on the front lines at Gallipoli and Joseph, killed at Passchendaele.  Charlotte Wood was awarded FIVE Silver Crosses by the end of World War One. <br><br>Today we empathize with families who have suffered immeasurable loss, and unimaginable pain and agony.  Today we remember them. Please consider wearing a poppy this week. Poppies are available from your homeroom teacher and in the main office. Donations are graciously accepted. "<br><br>"Diwali is perhaps the most important festival celebrated by Hindus all around the world.<br><br>Known as the festival of lights, Diwali celebrates the triumph of good over evil. Hindus celebrate over 5 days by decorating with lights and earthen  lamps, sharing sweet foods and welcoming friends and family to their homes. They also take this time to renovate and rejuvenate their homes with new paint, furniture, or appliances. They bless themselves with the holy flame and pray together. <br><br>Happy Diwali to all!"<br><br>Hey Eastview your senior boys football team will be playing for the championship tomorrow at 3:00 at Georgian College against barrie north. Come out and support our Wildcats in this huge game - go Eastview!<br><br>"Congrats to the Sr Girls Basketball team for getting a big win for Coach Tizzard. <br>Also, a big thank you to Mr Brigg Harvey for being there to complete the team during yesterday’s game. If you’d like to catch the LADIES  play, the doors will be open and bleachers out tomorrow for a 3:30 tip-off against OSS.   CONGRATS PEEPS. "<br><br>Good luck goes to the Jr Boys Volleyball team as they take on Orillia in their first round of playoffs today in our home gym.  Go Cats!<br></p>