June 4th, 2021
June is National Indigenous History Month. It is a time to celebrate Indigenous culture and history but also a reminder to honour Truth and Reconciliation and Treaty Education every day.
Students wore orange on Monday to honour the 215 Indigenous children victims of residential schools. We encourage everyone to also wear orange.
Our flag is at half mast to honour the 215 children as well as a display in our lobby.
A reminder that Fridays rotate WEEKLY. TODAY is a “Wednesday” Schedule - Block C and B
Today is College shirt day! You also still have a chance to submit your car into our car show! You have until 12:30 to send your photo to @councilesdh on Instagram!
A reminder of our spirit draw! If you send us a picture of you participating in one of our spirit days we will put you in our draw to win a prize! The drawing will take place later today.
Fundraiser with The Shore Clothing Co.
For 2021 they are supporting our LGBTQ2 community through the local chapter of the Gender Sexual Alliance here on The Shore. GSAs provide a safe space in schools where youth can be themselves, regardless of identity.
$3 from every Eastern Shore PRIDE tee will be donated to the GSA at ESDH & will be available in their mobile store starting June 26th. The Eastern Shore PRIDE Festival has been postponed until August.
You can pre-order online at the link posted on PowerSchool bulletin or the ESDH website.
Grade 12 Graduating Students: Anyone who would like to declare an Entrance Scholarship for acknowledgement as you graduate should fill out the “Scholarship Declaration Form” on the Guidance website or let Ms. Greenough know by visiting her office. Please remember to indicate the University or College you are attending and the award amount.