Fall Sports Tryouts: Students at both the ELC and Main Campus are encouraged to participate August 29, 30 and Sept 3 – 5:30 – 7:30 pm: Volleyball Drop In *All student athletes in Grade 10-12 are welcome to come in and get some touches to get ready for tryouts. Coaches will be on hand. Junior Girls – Gr. 10 – Volleyball Tryouts: Wednesday Sept 4th & Thursday Sept 5th 3:30 – 5:30 Coach: Ian Zackodnik Senior Girls – Gr.11-12 – Volleyball Tryouts: Wednesday Sept 4th & Thursday Sept 5th 5:30 – 7:30 Coach: Alex Bacso Senior Boys – Gr.10-12 – Volleyball Tryouts: Wednesday Sept 4th & Thursday Sept 5th 5:30 – 7:30 Coach: Tyson Lyons Senior Boys – Gr.10-12 – Soccer: Info TBD. Tryouts/practices will likely start the second week of September Coaches: Dan Turner & Samantha Stackhouse Cross Country Running Boys – Girls – Gr.10-12: Info TBD. Coach: Rebecca Pimm
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The first day of school at the ELC is Tuesday, September 3rd at 8:40 am. It’s a short day though! Classes end at 11:00am. The rest of the week is regular school hours – so 8:40am to 3:01pm. Students will be sent home an information package on the first day and no supplies are needed for the first week.
How is it that time of year already! First day of school at the ELC is Tuesday, Sept 4th at 8:40 am. It’s a shorty tho! Classes end at 11:00am. The rest of the week is regular school hours – so 8:40am to 3:02pm. Students will be sent home an information package the first day, and no supplies are needed for the first week.
Please stop by the ELC tomorrow, May 31, between 10:30am and 12:30pm to help us celebrate our community focused project. Our students were asked “How can I make a difference in our community?” The exhibition will be set up like a trade show where visitors can walk through the school and interact with the different student groups, hearing from them how they tried to make a difference and what they learned in the process. We hope that you will have time tomorrow to come down and celebrate with our students their plan on how to make our community a better place 🙂
With society heading in a direction of being constantly connected to technology, what do we need to know as parents to protect our kids and teach them responsible and appropriate use of technology?
The parameters of rules and expectations that you put in place at home will undoubtedly guide their behaviour in the years to come. Please join us for an informative presentation which will cover the following topics and more!
When we teach our children emotional regulation, we give them a higher chance of growing up happy, confident, and satisfied. Join Sarah for 1 of 3 parent talks to learn how to be an emotion coach. You’ll learn how to label and validate emotions, set limits for misbehaviour, and engage with your child through love and compassion.
Wednesday, March 14th and Thursday, March 15th are early dismissal days. ELC classes will be dismissed at 2:00pm with Parent/Teacher interviews beginning at 2:10. If you wish to arrange an interview with one or more of your students teachers please call the ELC at 250-263-9855.
Report Cards will be available on the parent portal on the afternoon of Monday, March 11th.
Due to the forecast extreme cold weather all School District 60 bus runs are cancelled Friday, January 12, 2018. Schools will remain open! We did lots of work today at the ELC, it is also a great time to catch up, and there are a lot of assignments on the go and due! 🙂
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WOW! Way to Go ELC students! The ELC sponsored 6 families for Christmas Hampers this year. The students worked so hard at raising money and gifts! They waxed their legs and offered to shave their eyebrows and head, held a chess tournament, made soup and sandwiches for the entire school, went to various business, collected bottles, held a basketball tournament, had bake sales and candy grams…Phew!…and in the end had gifts and food and over $1000 in gift cards for each family and raised approximately $10,000 dollars! It was indeed a community effort from the ELC and we are so proud of all our students. Merry Christmas and all the best in 2018!