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January 20
RES News

​On Friday, January 27, RES is celebrating Family Literacy Day. Grandparents (or other family members if grandparents are not available) of grades K-5 students are invited to come to the school at 9:30 am to read with their grandchild.

On Thursday, February 2, at 3:30 pm, our school will be holding a Welcome to Kindergarten event for our pre Kindergarten students, at 3:30 pm. Parents and pre Kindergarten students are invited to come to the school for activities, and to receive a bag of educational items given to pre Kindergarten students by The Learning Partnership.

STEM projects are well under way at RES. Students are exploring Science, Technology, Engineering and Math through projects.  

 

January 20
Evergreen Park School News!

Moncton middle school student Maika Branch will be presenting to our grade 5 and 6 classes on Tuesday, January 24th (snow date Wednesday, January 25th). Maika’s has written two books.  Her first book, Calagarmii Cliffs, started out as a personal summer project which she wrote at the age of ten. Calagarmii Cliffs has sold nearly 1,000 copies to date. Sisters of Serenah, Maika’s second book, is a self-published young adult novel. She also writes for a bi-monthly magazine about off-grid living. We are very excited to have Maika come as a motivational speaker through the Writers in the School Program to speak to some of our middle school students.

Friday, January 27th, EPS will be participating in Family Literacy Day. This day is a national awareness initiative created by ABC Life Literacy in 1999 and held annually to raise awareness regarding the importance of reading and engaging in other literacy–related activities as a family. Teachers in all grades will be sending a variety of activities home for parents to do with their children. The following websites have some interesting information and a variety of 15 minute fun ideas:

http://abclifeliteracy.ca/fld/15-minutes-of-fun

http://www.FamilyLiteracyDay.ca

Taking time every day to read or to do a learning activity with children is crucial to a child’s development and can improve a child’s reading ability dramatically.

 

January 20
Bessborough Bengal News

Bessborough ReConnect Dinner, Auction and Dance

Book your babysitter, dust off your dance shoes and get ready for a great evening! Bessborough School will be hosting our second annual Bessborough ReConnect Dinner, Auction and Dance, Saturday, February 11th at Bessborough School. The dance floor will be light up by Highway 61 a good time party-rock band. A delicious Salmon, Herb Roasted Chicken or Vegetarian Moussaka Dinner will be catered by the Tide & Boar restaurant. There will be some great auction items up for bid in our silent auction including autographed NHL memorabilia, Moncton Miracle Tickets, $200 in Gift Cards to House of Lam, 2 Sidney Crosby Team Canada Jerseys, Jewelry donated by Jewelry 1,2,3, and a variety of gift cards. Our guest auctioneer and alumni extraordinaire, Erik Gingles will be hosting our live auction which promises to be very entertaining. Doors will open at 6pm and dinner will be at 7pm. A cash bar will be available onsite.  We ask that if you want to make sure you can share a table with your friends, please see the ticket options available via School Cash Online that allow you to pre-book groups of 2, 4 or 8 seats at a table. *There are a maximum of 8 seats per table.*

 

Back by popular demand is our VIP Table Raffle. We will be selling tickets for a VIP table upgrade. The winner receives VIP treatment for themselves and the other 7 people seated at their table. The VIP package includes 4 VIP reserved parking spots, a bouquet of flowers for the winner, a specially decorated VIP table, priority dinner service, and many more surprises. Tickets are available via School Cash Online for $2 each, 3 for $5, 10 for $10 or 25 for $20. The draw will be made on February 2nd, so don't delay getting your tickets for the event and your chance at VIP treatment. Please remember, you must purchase a dinner ticket to win the VIP package.

 

Last year was a huge success and we are very thankful to all the donors and those who attended. All proceeds from this evening go to support the 60th Anniversary Bessborough Reconnect Technology & 21st Century Learning Upgrade Project. To date, we have built a Makerspace with a 3D printer, acquired hands on learning kits to support STEM education, initiated a 1 iPad Classroom Teacher Professional Learning Program, purchased musical instruments for our music program, equipment to do green screen video creation, and mobile tech tubs to increase the functionality and mobility of our existing iPads.  We want to give our students and teachers the best equipment and learning opportunities possible and the community support from events like Bessborough Reconnects make it possible.

 

We are also looking for businesses or individuals who may be interested in donating goods or services that we can use as part of our Bessborough Reconnect Gala, Dinner, Dance and Auction. All donations will be recognized with a letter of in kind donation for goods or services, and all financial donations of $20 or more are eligible for a tax receipt. If you are interested in donating please contact me at 856-3564, nicholas.mattatall@nbed.nb.ca, Kevin Williams at kevin.williams@nbed.nb.ca, or you can leave a message with Donna Lewis at Bessborough School 856-3404.  No donation is too big or small as it all helps to enrich the learning and experiences of our kids. Donors will also be recognized with a placard on the Reconnects Donor board in our Main Lobby. 

 

If you prefer to make an individual or corporate financial contribution, options are available on the School Cash Online System to commit to the $60 x 60 Club, a group of donors who commit to donating a minimum of $60 by November 8th, 2019, our school's 60 anniversary, or we also have other donor recognition programs which are outlined below. Financial donations can also be made in person by stopping by the school office. As per above, all financial contributions greater than $20 qualify for a tax receipt to be issued for your accounting records.

 

Financial Contributions and In-Kind Donations of Products or Services will be recognized per the following criteria:

 

Donations of >$20 to $100 = Friend of Bessborough School recognized with a 2"x4" placard on the Bessborough Reconnects Donor Board

 

Donations of >$100 to $500 = Bronze Level Sponsor recognized with a 4"x4" placard on the Bessborough Reconnects Donor Board

 

Donations of >$500 to $1000 = Silver Level Sponsor recognized with a 4"x8" placard on the Bessborough Reconnects Donor Board

 

Donations of >$1000 to $5000 = Gold Level Sponsor recognized with a 8"x8" placard on the Bessborough Reconnects Donor Board

 

Donations of >$5000= Platinum Level Sponsor recognized with a 16"x16" placard on the Bessborough Reconnects Donor Board

 

All Financial & In-Kind Donations are cumulative in nature and the donor board will be updated periodically to reflect the generosity of our community and corporate friends.

 

On February 11th, we welcome all to join us at Bessborough School to Reconnect, celebrate and continue to build upon Bessborough School's proud history and traditions and look toward a bright future for our school and community.

 

Thank you for your support of our school and this community event,

 

Nick Mattatall

 

Proud Principal of Bessborough School & Resident of the Bessborough School Community

 

Friday, January 27th will be popcorn day at Bessborough School. All funds raised with go to purchase school supplies for children in Cuba. Items will be delivered by two of Bessborough's Leadership students who will be visiting Cuba for a softball tournament.

 

January 20
BMHS News!

What’s Happening at Bernice MacNaughton High School

Course changes:

Course change requests forms for Semester 2 will be issued to Grade 11 and 2 students from their homeroom teacher on January 16th.

Students will have until January 20th to get their request form into guidance. Students will have one request form only.

Requests will be processed during exam week. If a request cannot be accommodated, Guidance will ask to meet with that student one-on-one in order to explore other options. Grade 10 students who wish to request a course change simply need to make an appointment with guidance by completing a green guidance appointment form located in the guidance office.'

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Awesome Gift Basket Draw!

Student Gov't is having a draw on a basket full of goodies, such as:

An Xbox One
Movie gift cards
Saphora gift card
Apple Gift cards
Fox Creek Golf Gift Card

All proceeds go towards Rebecca Schofield's bucket list fund.

Tickets can be purchased at the main office during all of exam week.  
$2 per ticket or $5 for three tickets.

The draw takes place on January 30th.

January 20
News from the Sunny Brae!

Retirement Celebration!
A huge congratulations goes out to Noreen Hachey on her retirement. Staff and students will certainly miss her bubbly and positive personality as well as all the huge impact she has made on students and staff around Sunny Brae.
Your family at Sunny Brae wishes you the best in the next steps of your journey, Ms. Hache!


STEM
Sunny Brae students will have an opportunity to participate in the STEM competition in March. STEM meetings will start next week. Listen to the announcements for details!

Basketball
The boys and girls basketball teams have been well on the way and both teams are looking strong and confident! Keep up the great work Sunny Brae Wildcats!


January 20
What's Happening at MHS

 

Moncton High Drama Presents

“Knights on Broadway” a selection of Broadway favorites

When: February 21, 22 2017

Where: Moncton High Great Hall

Time: 6:30 – 8:30    (doors open at 6PM)

Tickets Available online through Moncton High website

Contact number -856-3439



Friends of the Knights is hosting an “Auction and Dance” on April 1
st.  Tickets are $30 each and can be purchase at the school office or online at School Cash.  Should you want to reserve a table for a group, please contact the school as soon as possible to guarantee your spot.
 

Please check monctonhigh.nbed.nb.ca for more information about the details of this fundraising initiative.

January 20
Family Literacy Day

​On Friday, January 27th, our Frank L. Bowser Home and School will be holding a "used book sale".   In case of school closure, the make-up date is Monday, January 30th.   We are accepting donations of gently used children's books in French or English for our K - 5 student population.  Students will also participate in literacy based activities at school on that day. 

January 20
Math Olympics at Marshview Middle School

​On Wednesday, all grades at Marshview Middle School will be in the midst of Math Olympics.  This math oriented activity will involve several stations that the students, who are placed in multi-grade groups, will rotate through that involve inquiry based math activities and questions.  At the end of the activity bronze, silver and gold medals are awarded and there is also a prize for the group who collaborates the best!  Best of luck to all groups!  Thank you to Mrs. Morice for organizing this activity and Mme. Beltz who has been translating the activities and questions into French. 

January 20
Magnetic Hill Happenings

Two special events are happening at Magnetic Hill School.

Andrew Middleton from Atlantic Youth will be presenting at Magnetic Hill School on Wednesday January 25th. The students on our Explorer Team will be part of an interactive workshop entitled "Connected Kids" and will talk about social media and safer online use.
Andrew Middleton from Atlantic Youth will be presenting at Magnetic Hill School on Wednesday January 25th. The students on our Explorer Team will be part of an interactive workshop entitled "Connected Kids" and will talk about social media and safer online use.
An evening session sponsored by the Magnentic Hill Home and School and the Northrop Frye PSSC will be held at 7:00 in the cafeteria at Northrop Frye School. Andrew was at Magnetic Hill and presented to parents on the topic of "Addiction". This year he will be sharing a session on "Youth Trends". This presenation talks about current teen trends on subjects like sexualtiy, on line use and mental health.
We are hoping all parents can attend this session (especially for parents with students in grade 4-12) All are welcome, but this session is for an adult audience.
For more information you can visit the atlantic youth website at www.atlanticyouth.ca or the Magnetic Hill Home and School Facebook page www.facebook.com/magnetichillhomeandschool.

Sistema Visiting Artists
On the morning of January 26th our K-6 students will be treated to a special event. Visiting Sistema Artist Joey Salvalaggio will share an interpretation of the Glooscap Legend of how Sugar Loaf Mountain was created. This spoken word and musical interpretation will include Mr. Salvalaggion on Oboe accompanied by a bassoon and clarinet.

For more information you can contact Magnetic Hill School at 856-3428

 

 

 

 

 

 

January 20
Beaverbrook School

Beaverbrook K-2 students will be taking part in Family Literacy Day on Friday, January 27th.  Parents are invited to the school in the afternoon to take part in our "Under the Sea" themed literacy activities.  We will have stories, crafts, snacks and other activities to help us celebrate our love of literacy.

January 20
Queen ELizabeth School News!

C103/XL Country 96.9 Friends of the Moncton Hospital Radiothon

​Have you or someone you know received healthcare at the Moncton Hospital?  The QES leadership group, the ROCKSTARs, are proud to be supporting the C103/XL Country 96.9 Friends of the Moncton Hospital Radiothon.  The money raised will be used to purchase medical equipment at the hospital.

We are inviting students to help us support the Radiothon by participating in "theme days" the week of January 30th to February 3.  We ask that students contribute a minimum of $1.00 to participate in each theme day (or $4.00 for all 5 days).  Should you wish to contribute, donations can be made the on School Cash Online at https://district2.schoolcashonline.com/

The ROCKSTARs are proud to support this initiative and we hope we can count on your help to reach our goal!

 

Adult Paint Night FUNdraiser

Interested in a fun and creative night out with friends?  The grade 8 parent committee is hosting an adult Paint Night titled, “Bridge under Cherry Blossoms.”  Come out to share time with friends, support our students and express your creativity on Monday, February 20th at 7:00 at the Fox N Hound in Riverview!  The cost is $45.00 and the artist is Andria Moss.  You can see the painting and purchase your ticket at this link

https://www.paintnite.com/events/bridge-under-the-cherry-blossoms-at-fox-n-hound-neighbourhood-pub_1141023

Thank you for your support!​

January 20
Northrop Frye Choir

On Tuesday January 17th sixty students from Northrop Frye's school choir sang O'Canada at the Moncton Miracles basketball game. Wonderful job choir members and Mrs. Bartlett.

On Wednesday January 25th from 7-8:30pm Youth Trends will be presenting a parent session on a wide array of current topics affecting youth including sexuality, mental health, addiction, online activities and more. This session was organized by the PSSC members from both Northrop Frye and Magnetic Hill. The session will be held in Northrop Frye's cafeteria.

January 13
Harrison Trimble News!

Time to mark off your calendar! The Friends of the Trojans is having their annual auction Saturday, April 22 in the Harrison Trimble High School gymnasium. They are switching things up this year with a new theme, “Wines from Around the World and Auction”. Tickets are only $20.00/each and include free samples of wine from various countries.  A minimum of 5 countries will be chosen.  This is bound to be a great time for all.

The Friends sponsor many of the activities we have here at the school. Without their financial support, we would not be able to provide the support we do for our students.

January 13
Riverview East News!

On Thursday, January 5th the RES choirs sang the National Anthem at the start of the Moncton Miracles game at the Moncton Coliseum.  Thanks to all members for their wonderful performance and Mrs. Stewart for her great leadership.

 

PSSC will hold its next monthly meeting on Wednesday, January 18th at 6:00 pm here at the school.  All parents/guardians are welcome.

 

On Friday January 13, members from Junior Achievement program will be coming to our school to work with students in grades 3, 5, 6 and 7.  Students in Grade 3 will focus on Innovation & Technology, Grade 5 classes will focus on Our Business World and Grade 6/7 classes will be discussing Economics for Success.

 

Home & School would like to thank everyone for their efforts in their pie fund-raiser.  At our school/spirit assembly on Thursday, December 22nd, the winners for the top three fundraisers and class participation were announced!

Next Home and School meeting Thursday, January 12th at 6:00 pm. All members are welcome, and class parent reps are asked to ensure they please attend.                            

The always popular water polo will be beginning in the New Year for the Grade 5’s.  The coaches will be Mme. Belone, Mrs. Gallant and Mrs. Murphy.  Regular practice will take place at school.  All matches will be held on Tuesdays at the Riverview Aquatic Center (RHS).  All matches are from 4:00pm to 4:50pm.  Students should not arrive before 3:45pm.  RES will have two teams. 

                                                                                                                                       

The Ryan Gunn Write for Fun Author/Illustrator project is a picture book enrichment project sponsored by ASD-E to celebrate the creativity of our elementary/middle school students at the Grade 3-5 levels.  Teachers and other adults facilitate the project as mentors and provide constructive feedback and guidance.  However, these books are the student's own work.  This is taught by Mrs. Kieley and Mrs. Taylor.

 

The ever popular chess clubs continue to run at noon hour. Mme LeBlanc and Mme Belone are the chess coaches.

 

Boys’ and Girls’ Basketball teams have started and games have begun.  Thanks to Mrs. Reinders, Mrs. Snowdon, Mr. Wood and Mme Verzilli for coaching.  Schedules will be posted on the RES website.

 

Concert Band, Beginner Band, and Choirs will continue in the New Year under the direction of Mrs. Stewart.  New members will be welcome to join at that time.

January 13
Moncton High News!

Friends of the Knights are hosting an “Auction and Dance” on April 1st.  Tickets are $30 each and can be purchase at the school office or online at School Cash.  Should you want to reserve a table for a group, please contact the school as soon as possible to guarantee your spot. 

Please check monctonhigh.nbed.nb.ca for more information about the details of this fundraising initiative.

January 13
Frank L. Bowser News!
Our Grade 5 water polo season at FLB has gotten off to a good start with a 12 - 6 victory against Riverview East.  Games are held at the Riverview Aquatic Center.  Upcoming games will be held on Tuesdays, January 31st, February 14fth and 28th from 4:00 to 4:50.  Everyone is encouraged to come cheer on the team! 

January 13
Evergreen Park News!

EPS will be having a Goji’s FUNraiser on Wednesday, January 18th, from 7-10  p.m. at its 1435 Mountain Rd. location. 20% of sales will go to our school!

Moncton middle school student Maika Branch will be presenting to our grade 5 and 6 classes on Tuesday, January 24th (snow date Wednesday, January 25th). Maika’s has written two books.  Her first book, Calagarmii Cliffs, started out as a personal summer project which she wrote at the age of ten. Calagarmii Cliffs has sold nearly 1,000 copies to date. Sisters of Serenah, Maika’s second book, is a self-published young adult novel. She also writes for a bi-monthly magazine about off-grid living. We are very excited to have Maika come as a motivational speaker through the Writers in the School Program to speak to some of our middle school students.

 

December 09
RHS News!

RHS & MacDonald Buick GMC partner to raise $7460

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On November 5th, 2016, Riverview High School and MacDonald Buick GMC Ltd. partnered to host the 'Buick Drive for Your Students" fundraiser. The fundraiser, which saw $20 raised for every test drive taken, took place at RHS. A barbecue and inflatable games were also on site, and saw 373 test drives take place. Families were able to enjoy the cool, fall weather and exchange many conversations. The funds raised went to the Student Government to help fund team sports, school activities, guest speakers amongst others.

 

(L-R) Scott Langin (owner), Michael Sorensen (teacher), Olivia Eustace, Sophie Bujold, Katie Cameron (student-athletes), Jennifer Kierstead (operations manager, fundraiser lead), Drew Guimond (student government president), Helene Chiasson (vice principal), Chris Fawcett (sales manager)

December 09
CRHS News!

Today, December 9th Caledonia Regional is competing in Round 2 of the Cyber Patriot - International Cyber Security Competition. The event runs locally at the school from 10:00am to 2:00pm in the school's Innovation Lab. Contact Mr. Kelly at the school for more details 734-3710.

 

Caledonia carolers will be visiting local nursing homes to spread holiday wishes on Wednesday, December 21st.

 

A Caledonia Holiday Variety Show featuring students and staff talent is on Tuesday, December 20th at 1:30 pm.  Snow date is Thursday, December 22 at 1:30 pm in our gym.

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December 09
HTHS News!

Harrison Trimble High School with celebrate the sounds of the season with the annual Christmas concert on Wednesday, December 14th from 7:00-9:00pm.  The show will feature the talents of their school’s vocal ensemble and concert band with some smaller acts. Admission is by free-will.

December 09
MHS News!

The MHS Field Hockey Team is hosting a fundraiser at St. Louis Bar & Grill in Dieppe on December 12 from 5 PM to closing.  Come on out to support the team and enjoy some wings.

Holiday Semi-Formal – December 15th (7PM to 10PM) 

Christmas Concert presented by the MHS Music Department on December 20th at 6:30 PM

Friends of the Knights are hosting an “Auction and Dance” on April 1
st.  Tickets are $30 each and can be purchase at the school office or online at School Cash.  Should you want to reserve a table for a group, please contact the school as soon as possible to guarantee your spot.

December 09
Bessborough Bengal News

Tomorrow, another great Bessborough tradition continues.

At 3pm, Friday, December 9th, families from Bessborough School are invited to join Mr. Mattatall (school principal) at the Moncton City Hospital to decorate the NeoNatal Intensive Care Unit and Maternal & Fetal Care Unit Christmas Trees.  For the past six years, students from Bessborough school have made decorations for the trees and have gone to the hospital to decorate the trees.  Six years ago, Mr. Mattatall's family was with their son in the NNICU and noticed their Christmas tree was in need of some new decorations.  He put out a call to our school and students created hundreds of beautiful handmade decorations that we delivered to the hospital.  Babies leaving the NNICU at Christmas often take home a decoration as a keepsake. 

 

Mr. Mattatall would like to invite students and their parents to meet me on the 2nd Floor of the Moncton City Hospital tomorrow at 3pm to carry on this tradition and celebrate the great work the staff in Maternal & Fetal Care and the NNICU do for all families.

 

Yesterday Dec. 8th, all the students from Bessborough school took part in the Annual Turkey March. Students from Bessborough School, with assistance from McInnes Cooper and Sobeys, raised funds too support the Sue Stultz Turkey Drive. This year the students were challenged to raise $200 to purchase turkeys. Through the support of McInnes Cooper students delivered over 270 turkeys to Station #2 on St. George St. Mr. Mattatall wear his brand new turkey suit which was a tremendous hit with the students.

 

On December 15th Middle School students at Bessborough will hold their Winter Wonderland Dance in the School gym from 6 to 8 o'clock.

The Bessborough Christmas Concert will be on December 20th.  There will be an afternoon show starting at approximately 12:30pm and an evening show at 6:00pm. Parents who ordered Apple Pie, those orders will arrive on December 14th and be available for pick up from 3-5pm in the school Science Lab.  Thank you for your support of this fundraiser.  As well, school calendars sold by our Home & School Association will also be available for pick-up on the 14th of December during the same time period.

 

 

 

 


December 02
Caledonia Regional School News!

Caledonia Regional has a team competing in the International Cybersecurity Competition known as Cyber Patriot this year. The team is currently through round 1 and on December 9th will compete in round 2 from 10:00am to 2:00pm at the school. If you wish to see this live arrange to visit Mr. Kelly through the school district.

Caledonia Regional will be participating in the annual Hour of Code initiative from December 5th to December 9th daily at 2:15pm. All middle school students and a significant portion of the high school will be completing 1 hour of coding education which is meant to expose students to computer science career possibilities. It is something special to see and if you wish to see it live please arrange to visit Mr. Kelly through the school district. 

Tonight at the Moncton Wildcats' School Spirit Hockey Game look for Caledonia Regional to be cheering the loudest and proudest! The school will have their own section of the arena and are looking to score some sweet prizes! 

 

 

December 02
Petitcodiac Regional School News!
Grade 9-12 students at Petitcodiac Regional School recently participated in their annual Panther Prowl, a fundraiser for a local charity and general student activities. This year the students marched to the local food bank, S.P.O.T., and presented a $200 donation. The students wish to thank everyone who pledged Panthers in this  event.

December 02
Bessborough Bengal News!

On Monday, November 28th, Leadership students volunteered with the Home for Dinner program at the Ronald McDonald House, located in the Moncton Hospital. Students prepared chili with corn chips, fruit salad and homemade sugar cookies.

20 of Bessborough's Leadership students travelled to Halifax on Tuesday, November 29th for WE Day Atlantic. WE Day is a celebration of youth making a difference in their local and global communities. WE Schools is the yearlong program that nurtures compassion in young people and gives them the tools to create transformational social change. Bessborough was also selected as one of only a handful of schools in the Atlantic provinces to join one of the founders of WE, Craig Keilburger, for a special reception at Pier 21 on November 29th to celebrate the world-changing achievements Bessborough has contributed to the WE movement. Some of the notable speakers and performers at the year's WE Day were Rick Hansen, Margaret Trudeau and Tragically Hip frontman Gord Downie. The experience was uplifting and incredibly positive for all those who were fortunate enough to attend.

 

The Bessborough Christmas Concert will be on December 20th.  There will be an afternoon show starting at approximately 12:30pm and an evening show at 6:00pm.

 

 Parents who ordered Apple Pies will be able to pick them up on December 14th from 3-5pm in the school Science Lab.  Thank you for your support of this fundraiser.  As well, school calendars sold by our Home & School Association will also be available for pick-up on the 14th of December during the same time period.

 

On December 1st, two huge community events happened at Bessborough School.  We celebrated the grand finale of our Firefighters Fighting For Literacy Program and we welcomed special guests to celebrate the kickoff of the annual Sue Stultz Moncton Fire Department Turkey Drive.  The excitement began when Grade One Student, Jakob Vansnick arrived at school on Moncton Fire Department's Ladder #5 as our Firefighters Fighting For Literacy Grand Prize Winner.  At 9am, we gathered in our gym to kick-off the Annual Sue Stultz Moncton Fire Department Turkey Drive to support families in need this holiday season.  The Turkey Drive and Our Annual Turkey March are important traditions in our school community and we are honoured that Mr. & Mrs. Stultz and the Moncton Fire Department have allowed us to host this event.  Each year our students and families rally around this cause and have traditionally raised funds to purchase turkeys that we march as a student body to Station #2 on St. George Street.  This year, Mr. Mattatall (school principal) is challenging our student body to collectively raise funds to purchase 200 turkeys.  If we can reach this goal, he will wear a brand new turkey suit as we march to the Fire Station.

December 02
Riverview East School News

​On Tuesday, December 6th, the RES cafeteria will be serving Christmas dinner. Tickets must be purchased by the 5th.

RES will be hosting ASD-E District Gymnastics competition. Grades 3-4 will be held on December 6th after school, and Grades 5-8 will be held on December 7th after school.

RES is excited to be part of the Reading is Wild program. Our students have set a huge goal of 30000 books or chapters read by the end of the ten week program. We are well on our way to reaching the goal! The program helps to encourage and excite students to read, and to emphasize the importance of reading every day at home as well as at school.

 

December 02
Moncton High School News!

Holiday Semi-Formal – December 15th (7PM to 10PM)  Tickets on sale now! 

The MHS Field Hockey Team is hosting a fundraiser at St. Louis Bar & Grill in Dieppe on December 12 from 5 PM until closing.  Come on out to support the team and enjoy some wings.

Friends of the Knights are hosting an “Auction and Dance” on April 1
st.  Tickets are $30 each and can be purchase at the school office or online at School Cash.  Should you want to reserve a table for a group, please contact the school as soon as possible to guarantee your spot.

 

December 02
Evergreen Park School News!

It’s Pajama Day at EPS on Wednesday, December 7th.  Anyone choosing to wear their pjs will pay $1, the proceeds of which will go to our Goodwill Fund. This fund helps support families in need in our community.

EPS will be having a Goji’s FUNraiser on Monday, December 12th from 7-10 pm at its 1435 Mountain Rd. location. 20% of sales will go to our school!

Christmas Dinners will be served during the week of December 12th-15th (snow day make-up date December 16th). Information will be sent home with students regarding specific dates and times depending on grade level.

The Christmas Concert for students in grades K-2 will be held on the evening of Wednesday, December 21st, starting at 6:30 p.m. There will be a Spring Concert in the spring for students in grades 3-4.

December 02
Magnetic Hill School News!

Magnetic Hill School Christmas Tea and Craft Fair

A large selection of vendors will be here including: Younique, Thirty-One, Beach Glass Treasures, Owl City Calligraphy, Trites Maple, Epicure, Scentsy, and many more.
The Craft Fair Runs from 9-2 
Don't forget to join us for lunch at the Annual Christmas Tea! We will be serving sandwiches, cookies, squares, cakes, coffee, tea and juice. 
Tea will be served from 11-1

Admission $2 for the craft fair
$5 for the tea, tickets available at the door.

 

December 02
Forest Glen School News!

​Forest Glen Tigers participated in Sports Day/ Jersey Day on Friday. Each grade level enjoyed a variety of different activities and games in the gym that were led by the Right to Play Leaders.  

 


 


 
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