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Thursday, February 23, 2012

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Your Neighbourhood Grocer President’s Choice

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Weekly Flyer Instore 250-956-2881 #2-311 Hemlock St. Port McNeill

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Rylin, Ms. Cook and Nicholas The eagle is a symbol of Alert Bay because you see eagles everywhere, downtown, on the beach, and tourists take pictures of them. They are awesome looking birds, and there are more eagles than crows and ravens. Eagles always go to the beaches when people dump fish heads and fish guts there. This is the reason I chose an eagle for the symbol of Alert Bay.

This is why I think the thunderbird represents Alert Bay. The thunderbird was one of the first â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Namgis people. The thunderbird saw a man struggling to lift the beam of the big house, so he transformed into a man and asked him if he could help. He transformed back into a thunderbird and lifted the heavy beams. Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s why the thunderbird represents the â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Namgis. By Adrian Gordan-Valan

By Kachina Boyer-Oyler

Ada Vera teaching the boys to knit Adian and Jet making the school Apple Crisp for a healthy snack.

Devery and her Gran Crazy Hair Day

Kevin putting his fish egg in the tank.

Local suppliers of Dairyland, Coca-Cola, Nestle Ice Cream, Frito-Lay snacks OfďŹ ce Hours: -ON 4HURSAM PMs&RIDAYAM PM


Mon-Thurs: 9am-4pm 3ATURDAYAM PM &RIAM PM


Thursday, February 23, 2012


Christmas Program ademy c A r o i n u venƟst J d A n 49 8243 o 9 l a 0 5 Av 2 y rd , Port Ha d a o R g n 4640 By Regional Winners Legion Remembrance Day Contest

The Terry Fox ox Run

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Supporting Education • Building Supplies • Hardware • Plumbing • Groceries • Full Service Deli & Bakery

• Building Supplies • Hardware • Plumbing • Sporting Goods • Furniture • Appliances • Electronics

99 Fir St Alert Bay • 250-974-2777

1700 Broughton Blvd Port McNeill • 250-956-3323

• Furniture • Appliances • Electronics

8775 Granville St Port Hardy • 250-949-8223

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Eagle View Elementary School Check out what our students are doing with technology!!

Class blogs: x x x x x

Miss War ing Gr ade 6 - Mr . Smith Gr ade 3/4 – http://mr smitheves.edublog.or g Mr s. MacDonald Grade 1/2 - http://macdonald205.edublogs.or g/ Mr s. Br own Gr ade 1 - http://jillianbr own.wor dpr Mr s. Soltau-Heller Kinder gar ten/Gr ade 1 http://sar ahjane.edublogs.or g/

Does your smar t phone (iPod/Pad) have a QR Reader ? Check this out…

250-949-7877 24 hours

Making our children’s future brighter.


Thursday, February 23, 2012

Everything you need for a North Island adventure! Outerwear, camping gear, hiking/ caving/climbing equipment, ski/ board gear & a full bike shop. #3C-311 Hemlock Street, Port McNeill (behind Subway) 250-956-2686 Hours: Mon-Sat: 10am-6pm

The best gear from the best brands: The North Face, Kelty, MSR, Thermarest, Ortlieb, Sealline, Pelican, Petzl, Sierra Designs, Coleman, Coghlans, Camelbak, Bell, Giro, Oakley, Gragers, Burley, Yakima & many more.

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Learning is fun at K’ak’ot’lats’i school! While challenging students to reach their full academic potential, our school celebrates culture and innovative learning experiences. From boys/girls groups, homework clubs, fundraisers and sports events, the school community is always full of new learning opportunities.

The intermediate students reading with their kindergarten partners during “Kindi-Share”.

The grade 2/3/4 class celebrates their experise at “Super Stackers”.


3UPPORTING%DUCATION on the North Island


Thursday, February 23, 2012

CHESLAKEES ELEMENTARY Exploration in Kindergarten

This year Cheslakees has three classes of full-day kindergarten. With 51 students and a small staff of four teachers, a child and youth care worker, a secretary and a principal, Cheslakees boasts a warm and close knit environment. This year the students have participated in community building activities such as making a peace-quilt, riding the Polar Express, frequent visits to Sunset Elementary and ice-skating. Huckleberry House and Strong Start share the Cheslakees building and contribute to the positive atmosphere and focus on early childhood education. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Celebrate Learning Togetherâ&#x20AC;?

Proud to support North Island Education

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#3B-311 Hemlock St. (Above Subway) Port McNeill

250-956-0004 products available

Offering: • haircuts • colour/foils • perms • waxing • facials • mani/pedi • nail extensions • make-up app • electrolysis on request • hot stone massage We are the only accredited & registered salon, spa school on the North Island.

Thanks NISS students for making ACE IT Program a success. Courses start again April 2. Hair Artistry: $8,900 Spa Therapy: $8,900 Service open to the public 10:30am-4pm B11

Thursday, February 23, 2012

A DAY IN THE LIFE … AT P.H.S.S. Pancake Breakfast

Personal Planning Class

Gingerbread Men in Foods

Life Skills Program

Life Skills Program

Counting in Kwak’wala

Student Art

Bound for the Provincials 2011

Learning to Trust Grade 5 students order in French

Class Project

Proud to support North Island Education Give a student the perfect present… a Source Gift Card.

8945 Granville St. Port Hardy


Animal Farm


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A Smartboard in each class PC and Mac computer labs for student use Film quality video camera, boom mic and editing software A class set of tablets

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FP Foods is proud to sponsor Sea View School in their quest for knowledge. Shop at FP Foods for healthy choices that strengthen bodies & minds and you may be eligible to enter our draw for a 2012 Honda Foreman Quad!

FP Foods

1071 Marine Drive, Port Alice

250-284-3525 B13

Thursday, February 23, 2012

250-956-4404 1705 Campbell Way, Port McNeill /PEN-ON 3UNsAM PM

Healthy Eating = Better Learning


Thursday, February 23, 2012

_ _ T'lisalagi'lakw School

2011-2012 Our Student Chief and Council plays a very important role in our school. They help share studentsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; ideas, interests, and concerns with the teachers and principal. They help promote fun healthy activities.


They help the students raise funds for school wide projects. They assist the community when they are in need of aid. Being on Student Council is something that will help our students become responsible and active members of the community.

Student Chief & Council

Chief Natalia Popovich Vice-Chief Roy Wadhams-Mountain

Secretary / Treasurer Grade 5/6 Rep Gwantilakw Hunt-Cranmer

Class Representatives

Grade 1/2 Daunte McKinney

Grade 4 Justin Smith Grade 7 Cedarus Isaac-Baker

Grade 3 Danielle Barnes

Kindergarten Anthony Alfred Adrian Cranmer

and the students they represent!

"Our Focus - Student Success"

We support eduction for our youth. YOUR LIFE. YOUR COMMUNITY. YOUR PAPER. B15

Thursday, February 23, 2012

Grassroots Garden Celebration WAGALUS SCHOOL


Basket Weaving! Crazy for Hoops! Coal Harbour Museum!

Jarring Salmon! Wagalus Mask! Cross Country Run!    


Wagalus School offers the latest curriculum programs that engage, stimulate and support students in their individual learning needs! Kwakwala Language and Culture is taught by elder, Auntie Mary, which allows the children to learn the local traditions. Swimming, skating, gymnastics, and outdoor adventures are only a few of the opportunities that we provide for our students! Wagalus ROCKS!

Respect Ownership Cooperation Kindness Success!


Thursday, February 23, 2012

Winter is . . . White, soft, fluffy snow, Snowballs flying over my head, Kids playing, laughing, having fun, Snowflakes falling on my tongue, Skating on the big rink, Making snow angels Sledding like lightning down the big hill. Pierson

Cole Winter is . . . Snow slowly falling down on the ground and piling up. The delicious smell of fresh gingerbread and sweet hot chocolate. Playing hockey, skiing and tubing – time for having fun. Tyler

Winter is . . . - a steaming cup of hot chocolate with a mountain of whip cream on top - the glorious spicy smell of gingerbread cookies baking - licking fresh icicles - a bowl of delicious chicken noodle soup to warm me up inside - curling up by the fire in my warm snuggie blanket - watching movies on TV Thalina

Fabulous Frost

Engaging the Community and Improving the Achievement of ALL Learners


“Bringing Learning to Life”

We all share responsibility for creating a supportive environment in which students learn the skills, acquire the knowledge and develop the attitudes to successfully meet the challenges of a changing world.

Education Showcase 2012  

North Island Schools

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