Welcome to Eastview Public School.

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Eastview Morning Announcements
Our daily morning announcements are now available for parents and students to view. Click HERE to see the morning announcements.
2013-14 Yearbook - Wednesday, April 16, 2014
This year's full colour school yearbook is now available for pre-ordering. See here for the order form. All students must pre-order this year to receive a yearbook. No yearbooks will be available to purchase once they arrive in June.

Dance-a-thon - Monday, April 14, 2014
Our annual Dance-a-thon begins on Thursday, April 17th. Students were given the opportunity to suggest the prize for Mr. Kaiser and Mrs. Bagg if students met the school goal for this year. Students have the chance now to make the final vote. Students can vote here online (using your HDSB log in). Voting results will be announced at the kick off assembly on Thursday.

Vote for what Mrs. Bagg and Mr. Kaiser should do if we reach our fundraising school goal: 



1) Dye their hair pink

2)  Dress up as clowns and get silly stringed by students

3) Sumo wrestle

Internet Filtering- Message from Trustee Vrooman - Sunday, March 30, 2014

I am posting this message on school council, parent and community groups on the web. If you wish to share, please feel free to do so.

I need your help. At the Halton District School Board meeting on March 19, trustees received a report from staff recommending internet filtering on HDSB school networks. We are expected to make a decision this week on April 2. 

You are probably aware of the board's Bring I.T. initiative, piloted over the last couple years and in its first stage of full implementation this year. The board has open internet in all its school buildings, and students are invited to bring their own devices to use in the classroom. The challenge? Computing devices no longer just in labs, and cannot be as strictly supervised as they have been historically. While digital citizenship is embedded in the curriculum in Halton, the board's long standing policy has been to not filter high-speed internet access.

If you have an opinion or concern, or if you wish to learn more, please visit the WOFOS blog at http://wp.me/p1Ru0-1Ch and join the discussion. I will be recording parent, student, staff and community feedback to share with trustees before the board meeting this week. If your tweet, please use #HDSBfilterYes or #HDSBfilterNo.

Because this decision falls between most school council meetings in West Oakville, there isn't really an opportunity for me to consult your representatives in your schools, so I invite your comment directly. If you have a comment about stakeholder consultation, I'd appreciate hearing it, too.