Opening Minds Through Art Exhibit & Reception at Trinity Village

For the past 8 weeks over a dozen ECI students have been volunteering at Trinity Village in the “Opening Minds through art” (OMA) intergenerational art program for people with dementia. The art exhibit and reception is Wed.Nov. 28th from 3:00-4:30 in the Care Centre’s Gathering Place. Contact Kathryn Bender by Nov 26th at 519-893-6320 ext. […]

Regular Day School

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Fall Music Night!

Come out to Eastwood’s Auditorium on Wednesday November 21 to enjoy Eastwood Music Department’s Fall Music Night!   This evening will include performances from our choirs, concert bands, jazz bands, and string ensembles.  Doors open at 6:30pm and the show starts at 7pm. Refreshments provided by WRIAPPA may be purchased during intermission. All funds raised will […]

Cannabis legalization and our schools

On October 17, 2018, cannabis will be legal to use, buy, possess and cultivate in Canada for persons over 19 years of age. For our students, the possession and use of cannabis is illegal. We know that this change in legislation has raised many questions and possible concerns regarding how the change will affect schools. […]

University Information Program (UIP) coming to Huron Heights SS

Twenty-one Ontario universities will be visiting Huron Heights Secondary School (HHSS) on Wednesday, October 3, 2018, from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. All Waterloo Region District School Board (WRDSB) high school students will have the opportunity to select three different sessions followed by free time to talk with other university representatives. It is never too early […]

Join School Council – Make a Difference!

ECI Parents – Do you want to: Contribute to ECI initiatives? Learn about Ministry and Boards and have a chance to voice your opinions BEFORE decisions are finalized? Participate in an informal and informative information exchange? Research tells us that students learn best when parents and schools work together. School Council is a great way […]

Student Accident Insurance Information

Every September, Ontario school boards remind families about the option of acquiring student accident insurance. Student accident insurance can help cover unforeseen expenses due to injury that are not covered by provincial health care or employer group plans. Waterloo Region District School Board recommends “insuremykids®” Protection Plan. For more details on this option you can view […]

HeForShe writing contest submissions now open

WRDSB is proud to once again join the University of Waterloo to invite students in Grades 9 through 12 to participate in the HeForShe writing competition. This year’s theme will be ALLIES. Allies use their energy and power to call out inequity and amplify the voices of people who share their own lived experiences of […]

Student Drop Off

Please be aware that students may not be dropped off or picked up in the Staff Parking Lot off Clifford Street at any time. Cars in the Staff Parking Lot block employees of the building from getting to work on time and, are a major safety issue: we had incidents last year where Ambulance and Fire were not able to enter because the fire lane (the loop through the parking lot) was congested with cars that weren’t supposed to be there.

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Tuesday Start Times and Other Useful Info

Welcome Back Rebels! We hope you had a great summer! Unfortunately our automated dialing system has not been working so please share this information with as many Eastwood families as possible. Grade 9 Students: We are looking forward to meeting you and welcoming you to our Rebel family. Please arrive Tuesday morning by 7:45 so […]

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