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Eric G. Lambert School
School News and Events
EGLS Virtual Spring Concert 2021
Here is the EGLS 2021 Spring Concert that our students have spent weeks practicing for. Please take some time to watch and enjoy all the hard work and dedication from our Huskies!
Also HUGE shoutout to Mr. Ryan for putting this together, and to the Student Leadership Team for their help.
June 11th - EGLS Celebrates Pride Month
Big shout out to our students and staff for standing with the LGBTQ2+ community as we celebrate pride month during spirit week!
Way to go Huskies!
June 7th - Safety Moment
A big shout-out to Grade 3 student Jordain Boily for his submission and winning the June Safety Moment for 2020.
This piece tells us the importance of wearing a life jacket.
Great work and excellent advice for us all!
May 17th- International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia 2021
As part of the continued efforts to ensure a safe, caring, and socially just educational experience for students, the following are some resources available for students, families, and staff. of the two-spirited, lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender communities or those who may identify as queer or questioning (2SLGBTQ+). The resources below offer advice and support to both individuals and their loved ones:
Parents of Trans and Gender Diverse Kids - A welcoming and affirming peer support group for parents of trans, two-spirit and gender diverse children, youth and adults. Partnered with the Trans Youth Group for youth 12-18 yrs.
Additionally, through the establishment of GSA initiatives throughout Newfoundland and Labrador schools, the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development has provided the following document full of potential resources for LGBTQ individuals and families to access services within the province:
Dates of Recognition for the 2SLGBTQ+ community:
March 31 - International Transgender Day of Visibility
May 17 - International Day Against Homophobia & Transphobia
June - Pride Month in Canada, Newfoundland and Labrador
July - Pride Week observed (St. John's & area)
September - Pride Week observed (Corner Brook & area)
November 20 - Transgender Day of Remembrance
December 10 - Human Rights Day
May 11th- Safety Moment
A big shout-out to Grade 4 student Faith Burden for the submission and winning the May Safety Moment for 2020.
This piece tells us the importance of wildlife safety.
Great work and excellent advice for us all!
May 1st- Senior High Graduation
A huge congratulations to our EGLS Graduation Class of 2021. Please click the button to your right to view photos and videos of the exciting day!
Kindness Week- April 19th-25th
April 16th- SLT Virtual Talent Show
Check out our Virtual Talent Show. Voting will close on Friday, April 23rd. Good luck and congratulations to all participants!
March 8th- SY 2018-2019/2019-2020 EGLS Yearbook Orders
Visit our online store to order your copy of the 2018-2019/2019-2020 EGLS Yearbook!
Two years, one book, countless memories! Payments can be made online and books will be delivered to the school in the Fall.
Please email EGLSyearbook@gmail.com with any questions
Exceed the prescribed core K-12 program as determined by the Newfoundland and Labrador Department of Education and offered in other provincial schools of similar size, and exceed student performance provincially.
Eric G. Lambert School is committed to providing an enriched, diverse educational experience where students are actively engaged and challenged to achieve personal excellence and become responsible individuals who contribute to society.
We will achieve this in a safe and caring environment where a positive attitude, accountability, consistency, respect, and open communication are valued by all members of the school community.
Importance of Education
Community- Wide Respect and appreciation for quality education which promotes and rewards hard work, individual excellence, high expectations, innovation, initiative, accountability and reliability
A teaching/learning environment in which the student is unique, engaged to learn, challenged to their best with a spirit of teamwork, cooperation, and openness.
A welcoming, courteous, non-confrontational environment where students, parents and staff feel safe, accepted, and respected where a positive school spirit is fostered.
Open and timely communications in an appropriate environment where listening and understanding are vital parts of the process.
A culture of life-long learning where the development of the whole person into a self-reliant, contributing member of society is paramount.
Eric G. Lambert School will provide a nurturing environment whereby diverse learners achieve educational and personal excellence. Their critical thinking and active learning skills will make them contributing members of an ever-changing world.