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Welcome to East Antigonish Education Centre / Academy
CYBER-BULLYING PARENT-GUARDIAN WORKSHOP INVITATION
There will be a parent-guardian cyber-bullying presentation by Betty-Jean Aucoin on Thursday, May 23rd from 6:00-7:00pm in the Performing Arts room. This meeting will provide information to parents-guardians as to how to work with your child and your child's school in order to prevent, identify, and deal with cyber-bullying.
A invitation was sent home with the students. Snacks will be provided.
Class of 2013 and parent(s)/guardian(s) of graduates, for IMPORTANT information and dates please click on the grad hat below!
- Friday, May 24th - Grade 5-8 Cyber-bullying workshops
- Saturday, June 1st - Celebration of Service Banquet
- Monday-Thursday, June 3-6 - Grade 8 Provincial Testing
- Thursday, June 6th - Extracurricular Banquet
- Tuesday, June 18th - Grades 9-12 Exams begin
- Wednesday, June 26th - Graduation
- Friday, June 28th - Last Day of School
Monday, May 13th
- (11:30 am)JAGAS Touch Football team leaving for final tournament
- (LUNCH) Karen Case (NSCC) presentation
- Senior Girls softball
Tuesday, May 14th
- Crime Prevention Presentation
- Hunger Bites symposium (Guysborough)
- (12:15 – 1:15) Boys group
Wednesday, May 15th
- Robin Hayne at Guidance conference
- Grade 7 Gauss
Thursday, May 16th
- Physics Trip to Toronto
- Global & Canadian History Presentation (SAERC)
- YSF Swim Trip
Friday, May 17th
- Physics Trip to Toronto
- (9:30 – 10:00) NSCC presentation
Local Students are Making a Difference Globally
For two weeks in March, East Antigonish Academy grade 12 student, Taylor DeGruchy, along with Hannah Gillis from Guysborough Academy, travelled to Costa Rica to participate in a service project. The girls worked at a daycare, called "Rayito de Luz", located in an impoverished area of Ria Azul. The children in this area live in extremely poor conditions and many are victims of domestic violence. The daycare operates off of a small government subsidy. The girls spent most of their time in Costa Rica working with the children at this daycare and found the experience to be eye-opening and life-changing. Thanks to the fundraising of Mrs. Kerri-Lynn Brown's grade 5/6 class at the East, over $200 was available for the girls to buy many essential supplies for the children at the daycare.
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