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April 13
This Week and Beyond

MHS is participating in the Canadian Blood Services Young Blood campaign this year.  If you would like to help with their number of donations, please mention that you are with Moncton High Young Blood the next time you are in to donate.   

Congratulations for Martine Paquet and her BBT classes who recently placed 3rd in Canada in the "Classrooms of the Future Challenge".  The prize includes $10,000 to be used to purchase technology for the classroom.

Moncton High Drama presents "The Nifty Fifties" a musical journey back to the fifties. Join Gracie and the gang from Louise's Luncheonette while they scheme a way to make the "Hippity Hop" happen despite a stack of obstacles set in front of them. Fun for all ages!  May 15th, 16th and 17th at Moncton High School. Doors open at 6:00 runs from 6:30-8:30.  Tickets will go on sale in April and can be purchased in advance from SchoolCash or from the MHS Office...Students 5$.....Adults 10$.....  Tickets will also be available at the door the nights of the show.

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TedX Moncton Random Acts of Kindness, for Becca.

In 2016, Becca Schofield started an incredible movement with one goal: to bring joy. The Moncton High AP Psychology class was inspired to help continue her legacy by creating our own kindness wave within our school, as well as at two feeder schools, Shediac Cape and Sunny Brae, on Thursday, April 5.

Over 24 hours, we collaborated to develop and execute a plan: each person contributing as we baked and shopped and wrote inspirational notes. The very next morning, we delivered brownies, cookies, and cupcakes; mugs and pens; art and flowers; surprise bags and inspirational notes. We estimate that over 350 students and staff were recipients of our anonymous kindness.  With their gift, they received a card, challenging them to pay it forward and join the movement in their own way. 

As a class and school we created a piece of visual art to represent our movement. Like birds flying in a formation, our community was made stronger by joining together. Both birds and us rely on one another for companionship and support, taking turns creating the updraft that makes the flight a little easier. Becca spent her life taking the turn and now the torch has been passed.

AP Psychology students Sienna Sung and Jolianne Katipunan began the piece and created stamps for others to use, to complete the image.  It is the product of true collaboration, a representation of the grandeur and beauty that together a group can create.


Seven AP Psychology students are attending the Moncton Tedx Event on Saturday, where other projects from the district will also be displayed.​

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