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École Edward Schreyer School
École Edward Schreyer School
NEWS
October 2014
 News from the Office
 Student Communication
with Parents/Guardians
 ÉESS “Scent Reduced”
Environment
 Visitors & Guests to the
school
 School Calendar
(October/November)
 Canteen Menu
 Whole School News
 Parent Advisory Council
 Canadian Parents for
French
 Senior Years News
 Middle Years News
 Community Information
~ NEWSLETTER ~
...REMINDER…
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monthly newsletter by
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website at
www.sunrisesd.ca
select schools/ÉÉSS/
Newsletter Subscription
or visit the website
monthly to view the
newsletter
85 - 5th Street
Beausejour, MB R0E 0C0
Phone ~ 204.268.2423
Fax ~ 204.268.1157
www.sunrisesd.ca
News from the Office…
Well, September sure flew by. Our students are hard at work with their learning and our
school is full of positive energy. With the Terry Fox Run, Grad-Staff Football and MY Divisional Soccer Tournament all taking place in these first couple of weeks, the school has
been energized.
We look forward to the continued hard work from our students and anticipate another
month of positive energy.
Looking forward to a successful October,
Mr. Ilchena, Mr. Penner & Mrs. Blocker
Student Communication with Parents/Guardians
Sometimes students will call or text parents/guardians when they are not feeling well
and need to be picked up. Please note that the school office and teachers need to be
made aware of these or similar situations. Students are also required to sign out in the
office when leaving during school hours. The office will be calling home to confirm any
unknown absences for grade 6 to 8 students.
Students might also not answer calls or text sent to their phones, as cell phones should
not be used during class time.
ÉESS “Scent Reduced” Environment
École Edward Schreyer School is a "Scent Reduced" environment.
Safety is a concern for all within our school environment and there can be chemicals in
fragrances and related products that can cause health issues to individuals in occupational
settings.
For more details, see the document on our home page (bottom of the page).
Thank you for your consideration!
Visitors & Guests to the school…
All visitors and guests need to report to the school office.
CANTEEN MENU
ÉESS School Calendar
Breakfast available.
No pre-ordering required.
Menu and prices will be posted at the
cafeteria.
Please note that calendar events are subject to change.
OCTOBER 2014
Monday
Tuesday
(Prices are subject to change)
Wednesday
1
OCTOBER SPECIALS
Day 4
6
Day 1 7
Day 2 8
Thursday ~ Nacho Cheese Supreme
Friday ~ PD Day (No School)
13
14
Thanksgiving Day
-MPPC Presentation
-Fort Whyte Field
Trip (C. Malanchuk)
Monday ~ Soft Tacos
20
Day 4 21
PD DAY
No Classes
Day 4 10
Day 6 15
Day 1 16
-CPF Meeting 7 pm
ÉESS Staff room
OCTOBER 13 TO 17
Day 5 22
Day 2 17
Day 6 23
Day 1 24
Day 3
Day 2
PD Day/SAGE
No Classes
27
Day 3
28
Day 4 29
Day 5 30
Day 6 31
-WE Day in Winnipeg
Tuesday ~ Pulled Pork on a Bun
Wednesday ~ Chicken Chimichanga
Day 1
-MY Halloween
Dance (PM)
-”We Scare Hunger”
Campaign
Monday ~ Thanksgiving (No School)
NOVEMBER 2014
Thursday ~ Perogies
Monday
Friday ~ Bacon Cheeseburgers
OCTOBER 20 TO 24
Day 5
-MTC Field Trip (SY
Drama Students)
-Gr 9 Presentation/
Guest: Doug Zawada
Thursday ~ Taco Salad
Friday ~ Clubhouse Sandwich
Day 6
-MTC Tour Group
Tuesday ~ Spaghetti
Wednesday ~
Chicken Caesar Wrap
Day 5 3
Day 3 9
-7W/8O Field Trip
(Play @St. Boniface
Univ. )
-Zone 13 Cross Country/Bel Air Prov.incial
Forest
Wednesday ~ Whistle Dogs
OCTOBER 6 TO 10
2
Friday
- ÉESS Grad Parent
Meeting 6:00 pm
-ÉESS Clothing Order
Due by 3:30 pm
ALL SPECIALS ARE $4.00
(unless marked differently)
OCTOBER 1 to 3
Thursday
3
Tuesday
Day 2 4
Wednesday
Day 3 5
Thursday
Friday
Day 4 6
Day 5 7
Day 6
Day 2 13
Day 3 14
Day 4
-Picture Retakes
Monday ~ Chicken Quesadillas
Tuesday ~ Manicotti
Wednesday ~ Pizza Buns
10
Thursday ~ Chicken Burger
12
-SY Reports
-MTC Tour Group
Remembrance
Day
Friday ~ PD Day/No School
OCTOBER 27 TO 31
Day 1 11
17
Day 5 18
Day 6 19
Day 1 20
Day 2 21
Day 3
24
Day 4 25
Day 5 26
Day 6 27
Day 1 28
Day 2
Monday ~ Beef Énchiladas
Tuesday ~ Chicken Tatters
Wednesday ~ Whistle Dogs
Thursday ~ Nacho Cheese Supreme
Friday ~ Chicken Nuggets
ALWAYS AVAILABLE DAILY
Sandwiches, Wraps, Subs (assorted,
pizza), Nachos & cheese, Salads,
Veggie Sticks
-RWB Presentation
Admin Day
No Classes
Please visit our school website for ongoing updates.
Whole School NEWS
Parent Advisory
Council
NEWS
YOUR HELP IS
NEEDED!
Multiple studies have shown a
direct correlation between students’ academic success and
their parents’ involvement in the
school. The École Edward
Schreyer School Parent Advisory Council is a small but dedicated group of parents that want
to support, promote and enhance meaningful involvement
of parents and caregivers within
the school community. However
our numbers are small and we
want to ensure that we are accurately reflecting the wishes of
the parent community. In order
to do this, we need more members to help build and further
influence positive change at
École Edward Schreyer School.
If you are interested in getting
actively involved or just simply
want to hear about some of the
wonderful things the PAC is
working on now, please contact
PAC president Deb Bargenda at
(204) 268-2826 or at
[email protected] or simply
come to listen at the next PAC
meeting in November! Stay
tuned for more details.
ÉESS Social Justice Committee News
The École Edward Schreyer School Social Justice Committee will be starting to
create plans for the upcoming school year.
After the first meeting we will begin with our first campaign that we call “We
Scare Hunger.” This will take place throughout the month of October. Both
students and staff will be collecting non-perishable food items that will be given
to the Beausejour Food Bank. Another component of this campaign is collecting
tins on Halloween night instead of candy. We would like to surpass the 1000
pounds we collected last year and continue this as an annual tradition.
WE DAY is fast approaching. On October 29, our school will be participating at WE
DAY again which is held at the MTS Center. The lineup of celebrities has not been
announced for Winnipeg’s WE Day, so the anticipation continues.
Our students at ÉESS continue to “take care of the Earth and the people we share
it with.”
Terry Fox Walk Update
The ÉESS students participated in the Terry Fox Walk on Friday,
September 19.
We collected a grand total of $2,557.15. Thank you for all your
support and generosity!
Contact Information & School Forms
It is very important that our school student database be accurate. Please notify
the school office of any changes in your contact information and/or alternate
contacts. We can be reached at 204-268-2423.
Reminder….All school forms that have not been returned to the office are due as
soon possible.
Interesting Web Sites
http://ca.ixl.com/math/
http://themathworksheetsite.com/
html_format/index.html
http://www.math.com/tables/index.html
http://learnquebec.ca/en/content/curriculum/languages/ela/tools/index.html
http://grover.concordia.ca/abracadabra/promo/en/index.php
Canadian Parents for French (CPF)
Next Meeting : October 15, 7pm, ÉESS Staff Room
SENIOR YEARS NEWS
Aboriginal Studies 42U—Dual Credit Course
First Year Success!
Photo: (Left) Mr. Pat Ilchena, Dr. Julie Pelletier – Dean of Indigenous Studies at the University of Winnipeg, Josh Jorge, Sarah Graham, Kristy
Lincoln, Danika Dawson, Melissa Fedorchuk, Shea-Lynn Tichborne, Courtney Geddes, Mr. Tony Kuleza – Instructor (right) Missing: Nick
Jaculak
The 2013/2014 school year marked the beginning of our dual credit partnership with the Faculty of Indigenous Studies and the University of Winnipeg. We are pleased to announce that Aboriginal Studies 42U will be offered again in
the winter term at ÉESS. The success of our first year could not have been made possible without the passion, dedication and hard work of Mr. Kuleza and his students. Congratulations on a job well done!
For more information on the dual credit course, please contact Mrs. Both via e-mail ([email protected]) or by
phone.
Dual credit courses allow students to earn one high school credit and university credit hours while still in high school.
Benefits: reduced tuition, guided registration, transferrable, reduced course load, smaller class sizes, etc.
Opportunity to have some fun and log volunteer hours at the same time!
Beausejour Skating Club - Canskate Program
Season starts: October 12th, Program runs Sundays at 8:45 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
Looking for program assistants! The Canskate program has a new look on and off the ice. Technical revisions include
a renewed focus on teaching and mastering strong basic skills to prepare skaters for all ice sports. On-ice delivery
focuses on continuous movement and emphasis on newer and more dynamic group teaching concepts including fast track, fun zone, and station rotation. More visual aids and music are used to
create a fun, stimulating and welcome environment.
Please see Mrs. Both for more details.
SENIOR YEARS NEWS
High School
Student Council
NEWS
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
High School Student Council
2014-2015
Grad
Grad Parent Meeting
President
Alexander Lommen
Thursday, October 2
Vice-President
Kristy Lincoln
Treasurer
Amanda Kintop
Secretary
Samantha Kaluzny
Social Programmer
Sara Erickson
Communicators
Heidi Doelger
Mackenzie Loeb
News
ÉESS Auditorium — 6 p.m.
Grad Info Reminder
Grad information can be found on the Grad bulletin board upstairs.
More grad information can also be found on our school web site. If you
would like to be added to our Grad parent email list, please send your
name & email to Carol Blocker at [email protected]
Artistic Director
Kaitlyn Stefaniuk
The High School Student Council
has been hard at work! They are
busy planning many different
events for high school students
such as Spirit Week, Halloween
Activities, and School Beautification Action Plan.
Please pay your $30.00 student fee
by Oct. 3/14 to the office. These
fees are helpful when planning
school wide events!
We are still looking for Members
at Large, Please SIGN UP and attend our next meeting Oct.1/14.
Thank you to all the volunteers,
staff and student council members
for organizing a BBQ for all students the day of the Terry Fox
Run.
If you have any suggestions for
Student Council, please contact
our Student Council President
Alex Lommen.
High School Golf Team
The following students represented the school at the
2014 Zone 13 Golf Tournament on Thursday, September 11 at the picturesque La Verendrye Golf Course:
Will Middleton, Kayle Tosh, Ethan Hunter,
Adam Kobelka.
With three returning players, 2014 looked like the year ÉESS could return to the MHSAA Provincial Championships. Cool, windy weather and
a challenging layout were taken on by the Barons but their secondplace finish was one spot short of their goal. Kayle Tosh’s 83 was the
second-lowest round of the day. Mr. McKenty would like to thank the
boys for their commitment to the team.
Mr. B. McKenty
ÉESS Golf “Coach”
MIDDLE YEARS NEWS
Middle Years
2014-2015
Student Council
MY Student Council News
Reminder that Middle Years student fees are due.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
President
Tera Kaminski
Vice-President
Katriana Usipiuk
Treasurer
Alyssa McCaughan
DANCE
There is a Middle Years dance on
Friday, October 31st (afternoon) in the gym.
Students can bring a tin for the bin for
a chance to win a special prize.
Secretary
Julia Millan
Congratulations to all of our
executive!
Thank you to all who ran for a position. It was a close vote and hard
decision for reps to make. The
speeches were well prepared and
the public speaking was fantastic.
You did a great job!
Field Trip 7W & 8O
Students from Mme Walker (7W) and Mme Oliver’s (8O) classes will be attending a
play at the Université de St. Boniface on Tuesday, October 7.
~ COMMUNITY INFORMATION ~

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