Eastern Shore District High School

November 26th, 2020

Thursday, November 26, 2020

We acknowledge that we are in Mi’kma’ki (pronounced migmagee), which is the traditional ancestral territory of the Mi’kmaq people.

Lunch Rooms & Cafeteria Specials:
Two beef soft tacos with a side of chicken rice - $6.75
Meatlovers pizza - $4.00
Broccoli and cheese soup with a roll $4.00
Grade 10 - Cafeteria, 104, 226, (Overflow 106, 223)
Grade 11/12 - Cafeteria, 106, 205, (Overflow 220, 225, 226, 227)

Friday Rotation:

A reminder that Fridays rotate WEEKLY. TOMORROW is a “Wednesday” Schedule - Block C and B.
Student Council Announcements:
FOOD DRIVE has begun!!  Please bring in items to your B Block class and fill up those Christmas Boxes!  There is a prize for the class that fills their box first and draws for individual and class prizes! 
ESDH T-shirts are on sale now! Only $15!!
Follow us on our socials! Insta and Twitter @councilesdh and Snap @esdhcouncil. If our insta gets to 500 followers we will be doing a giveaway!!!
We are having a Talent Show! If you have a talent you want to showcase send a video to our email, esdhstudentcouncil@gmail.com. Also if you are an editor who wants to be able to show off your talents let us know! We need people to edit the final product and you’ll get your name in the credits.
This week is our November spirit week!

General Announcements:

Hey Grads! We will be taking our “2021” outdoor photo this coming Monday on B-block. Listen to the announcements for your class to be called down. To the grade 12s who are on a free block and want to be included, you will be called down around 10 am!
Extra help with Mrs. Evans Math 10 is Thursday at lunch from 12:10 to 12:40
Extra help with Mrs. Evans Physics 11 is Thursday at lunch 12:45 to 1:15.

Guidance Announcements:
Grade 12s - The AARAO Fair is now accepting registrations. Meet with over 30 Universities and Colleges. Register for one, multiple, or all fairs FREE of charge. (maximum capacity of 1000 participants each fair – so don’t delay).
*Please note that all presentations will also be live-streamed, recorded, and shared on the ‘AARAO Executive’ YouTube page for 24/7 viewing.
Grade 12s - Please check the guidance website (scholarships tab) for a list of updated scholarships. Please take note of the Schulich Leadership Scholarship if you are pursuing a career in STEM. See Ms. Greenough for nomination criteria and information. Apply early so you don’t miss out!

Athletic Announcements:

School Information:
New High School - In a few years, there will be a new high school built to replace Eastern Shore District High.
Until the end of November, the Halifax Regional Centre for Education is asking the community if the new school should also include Gaetz Brook Junior High students.
What do you think about this idea?
A reminder email has been sent to families today.  We encourage you to both remind and join your family in sharing thoughts about this consolidation.
It only takes a couple of minutes. You have until the end of November to participate.

Our Community supports us, let’s do the same!
Thank you for being good neighbours and ensuring your garbage is not thrown in our community.  Local businesses and citizens are awesome at supporting our breakfast program, O2, Co-op and various fundraisers.  We need to show our thanks by being good neighbours too.  Please take responsibility for your garbage, be mindful of noise/music, drive the 30km school zone limit and practice Covid health protocols to show your commitment to everyone’s wellness.
Staying Safe & Healthy as a Community is EVERYONE’s Responsibility
Practice physical distancing when outside and in areas that you can
Avoid bunching together (inside or out)
Wear a non-medical mask when you can’t physically distance
No matter where you are please practice the above.  Especially when you are off school property at lunchtime or during a study/free period. Concerned community members are worried about you and contacting the school to remind our Schoons that in the community your choices impact us all!.
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.