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May 20
Caledonia News

CRHS presents a Night of the Arts on Tuesday, 31 May at 6:30 pm featuring a musical and literacy showcase, an art exhibit of works by Caledonia students, and the world première of the CRHS Tiger films production of Dr. Horrible's Sing-along Blog.  Admission is $5.00 for adults and $3.00 for students and seniors. 

 
 
May 20
Riverview High School News

Culinary Technology

Grade Twelve Culinary Technology students, Jesse Yule, Katelyn Dunn, Christian Jordan and Nick Kane will be competing in the first annual District Cooking Competition. "Teens Cooking with Fire" will be held on Saturday, June 4th at NBCC. This year's theme is Local. The students have the challenge of creating a dish using as many local ingredients as possible. Our Students will be competing against MHS, BMHS and Tantramar Regional High School. Special thanks goes out to Tide and Boar's Executive Chef Mark Walpole for mentoring our team. Thanks also goes to Chef Matt Pennell for organizing an afternoon for the teams to practice their dishes with the guidance of several local Chefs from the Moncton Area. Best of luck, Royals!


Envirothon

The RHS Envirothon Team had an unprecedented showing at this year's Provincials clinching medals in 3 of the 4 events!  Together, our teams captured bronze in both Soils and Aquatics and silver in Wildlife, finishing only one point behind the winning team, Stanley High.  Congratulations, Environeers, on a job well done! 

 

Dragon Boat

RHS Dragon Boats - "Royal Rush" and the two time defending champions "Chloe's Stinky Boys" will be racing for children's charities at the Lions Sick Kids Greater Moncton Dragon Boat Festival on Friday, June 3rd at Jones Lake. RHS will also have an alumni team, "Chloe's Golden Guardians" racing Saturday, June 4th in the open competition. 

 This Saturday, May 21st, two of the teams will be holding a car wash at the Riverview Canadian Tire and also a barbecue at the Riverview Sobeys from 10am - 3pm. Please come out and support our teams and Lion's Sick Kids.

 

Mini College Tour

RHS will host a Southeast Region Mini College Tour on Thursday, May 26th during lunch hour (12:25-1:25pm) in the lower mall.  This tour will group together 13 local institutions: Oulton College, Mount Allison University , NBCC, CCNB, McKenzie College, Medes College, BayTech College, Moncton Flight College, l’Institut Jon Raymond, Crandall University, Eastern College, Atlantic College of Therapeutic Massage, and l’Universite de Moncton.  Students are encouraged to attend and to ask questions! If you have any questions about this event, please contact Julie Doucette at Julie.doucette@nbed.nb.ca.

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May 20
Test Drive a Buick to Raise $10 000 for PRS!

​Join us at the Petitcodiac Arena where Clark Sussex will be on site with a variety of Chevrolet, Buick, and GMC vehicles.  Buick will donate $20 (up to $10 000) to Petitcodiac Regional School for every test drive taken (maximum 2 licensed drivers per household).  Thank you for your support!

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May 20
Spring Fair at Forest Glen

​Forest Glen School will be having a Spring Fair on Saturday, May 28th  from 11:00 - 2:00 p.m. There will be a penny arcade , fire truck, 18 wheeler, BBQ, SPCA, Ca -R-Ma, prizes, cotton candy and lots of fun.  Everyone is welcome to drop by and support this great community event.

May 20
MHS News!

A healthy new twist on fundraising for resource materials used in the school! We’re raising funds with Epicure Extraordinary Cheese Dip Fundraiser: 3 top-quality Epicure dip mixes for dozens of easy, affordable, delicious snacks and mealtime solutions. Together, they make Epicure’s most popular hot dip. Our organization keeps a $5 profit for each Fundraiser sold!

The cost is $20 and orders can be placed by contacting Krista Thorne at kristine.thorne@nbed.nb.ca and paid for through School Cash.


Upcoming Student Activities

Student Council Election May 24th 

Grade 8 Day May 27
th

Representatives from thirteen different posts-secondary institutions will be on hand to talk with grade 11 and grade 12 students about programs, admission requirements, scholarships, housing, and more. This will take place the morning of Wednesday, May 25th at Moncton High School.

The institutions participating in this event include career colleges (McKenzie College, Medes College, BayTech College, Moncton Flight College, L’Institut Jon Raymond, Oulton College, Eastern College, Atlantic College of Therapeutic Massage), public colleges (New Brunswick Community College, Collège communautaire du Nouveau-Brunswick) and universities (Mount Allison, Crandall University and Université de Moncton).

MHS is hosting its acting out against mental health assembly on May 27th. 

MHS is in the stages of planning our “Acting out Against Mental Health” assembly, in which we will show case talent and openly talk about mental health.  In this assembly, we intend on talking about the statistics of mental health here at MHS, how we have viewed mental illness in the past and present, we will look at historic figures and current celebrities who are open about their struggles and we will encourage students to get the supports that are out there and help them know how to respond to one another.  At Moncton High we strive to allow our students a voice to be heard and a shoulder to lean on in times of need.

The MHS Observatory will have its Grand Opening on Friday, June 3
rd, 2016 from 11:30am – 1:30pm.  Students will attend an assembly where they will listen to special guest speaker, astro photographer Tim Doucette.  Members of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada will have solar telescopes set up in the quad area for students to safely view the Sun during lunch time and Science East will have a planetarium assembled in the Main Gym for visitation.  There will also be a ribbon cutting ceremony to officially open the facility.

 

Moncton's NXT Level Girls Basketball team will be hosting their 7th annual summer tip-off tournament this year at Moncton High School June 4th and 5th.  Teams from P.E.I, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick will be participating in this year's event.  Admission is free and you'll be sure to take in some exciting basketball.  Games start at 10:00 AM on Saturday, June 4th.  Come on out and support your local club basketball team.

May 20
Beaverbrook School News!

​Thursday, May 26 - Beaverbrook grades 4 to 8 students will be traveling to the Moncton Golf Course to learn the game of golf and practice golf skills. At this outing they will also be learning to value participation in a new sport and self -motivation to take part in individual and team sports. What a great opportunity!!!!!!!!

Friday, May 27th - Beaverbrook grade 8 students will be traveling to the Moncton Flight College as part of their science, technology and related fields curriculum.  Thisis a wonderful opportunity for students who have an interest in science and may want to consider a career in this field of study.

 
 
May 20
Evergreen Park School News!

We would like to thank all the students that accepted the challenge to participate in this year’s Provincial Math Competition. A special shout-out goes to Owen Winters, Joe Lee, and Quang Nguyen. Owen was the sub-district winner, district winner, U de M campus winner and placed 3rd overall in the province for grade 7. In grade 8, Joe Lee placed 2nd at the U de M campus and 3rd provincially. Quang Nguyen was the sub-district winner, district winner, U de M campus winner and he placed 2nd overall in the province for grade 8. Amazing results! EPS is very proud of you all!

On Thursday, May 26th, EPS grade 8 students will be going to Bernice McNaughton High School for the annual “May Day” event for incoming students.
 
The Anglophone East School District Turnaround Achievement Awards will be taking place on Thursday, May 26th, at Riverview Middle School, starting at 6:00 p.m. Congratulations to this year’s recipient, Lucas Sivitilli, who has demonstrated a marked improvement this year in his level of confidence, which has also resulted in an increase in his academic marks.     
 
Our Spring Concert for Kindergarten to grade 2 will be held on Thursday, June 2nd, at 6:30 p.m.
May 20
Public Speaking Provincial Champion!

Congratulations to Grade 7 RMS student Emma Etheridge!  Emma competed in the Provincial Public Speaking Championship at St. Thomas University on Friday, May 13th.  Emma placed 1st and is the Provincial Champion -way to go Emma!

May 20
Lewisville Middle School News!

​The Lewisville Panthers cheerleading team traveled to UNBSJ on Sunday, May 15th to compete in the New Brunswick Junior Cheereading Provincial Championship. After an incredible season, the Panthers have brought home the title of Provincial Champs! Their passion, hard work, and dedication to their sport has allowed this team to accomplish their goal of winning their first provincial title. Congratulations on your fantastic season!



May 13
Bookworm Bonanza!

CFUW Moncton is holding a BOOKWORM BONANZA May 22-26  at the Dan Bohan Family Centre in Riverview.    We need your help with book donations -- Softcover books of all kinds.  No hardcovers please.   Start saving your Softcovers now and hold until donation time from May 22-24.   Softcover book sale is May 24-26.   Simply $1, $2, $3.   Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW) Moncton awards scholarships of about $10,000 to women in Greater Moncton area.​

May 13
French Oratory Competition Results

​On May 7th, students from all over the province competed in the French Oratory Competittion. Ten students from ASD-E placed in the top 3! 

The first, second and third place winners of the 16 French second language categories are:

 

Grade 6 French Immersions: 

 1st Tomilyn Allen (ASD- East, JMA Armstrong /Salisbury Middle School, Salisbury),

 2nd Hailey Fisher (ASD-North, Superior Middle School, Bathurst),

 3rd Sarah Wheeler (ASD-East, Northrop Frye School, Moncton)

 

 Grade 7 French Immersions:

1st Dahlia Zaat (ASD- West, Nashwaaksis Middle School, Fredericton),                                                               

2nd Hillary Russell (ASD-East, St Stephen Middle School, St Stephen),

3rd  Hillary Parker (ASD-North, Campbellton Middle School, Campbellton)

 

Grade 7 Late French Immersions:

1st Amelia Guitard (ASD-South, Rothesay Park School, Rothesay),

2nd Isaac Kennedy (ASD-South, River Valley Middle School, Grand-Bay -Westfield),

3rd Inayyat Seth (ASD-North, Superior Middle School, Bathurst)

 

Grade 7/8 Post-Intensive French:

1st Frank Yu, (ASD-West, George Street Middle School, Fredericton),

2nd Curtis Vandenbrand, (ASD-North, Superior Middle School, Bathurst),

3rd  Nicole Beuk,(ASD-West, George Street Middle School, Fredericton)

 

Grade 8 French Immersions:

1st Marlee-Rae Brewer (ASD-West, Nashwaaksis Middle School, Fredericton),

2nd Tarrah Gauthier (ASD-North, Bathurst High School, Bathurst),

3rd James Paddle (ASD-East, Lewisville Middle School, Moncton)

 

Grade 8 Late French Immersions:

1st Vanshika Kaitan (ASD-West, Bliss Carmen Middle School, Fredericton),

2nd Emily England (ASD-South, Harry Miller Middle School, Saint John),

3rd Sage Griffin (ASD-West, Nashwaaksis Middle School, Fredericton)

 

Grade 9 Early French Immersions:

1st Elizabeth Landry (ASD-East, JMA Armstrong /Salisbury Middle School, Salisbury),

2nd Ainsley Cunningham (ASD-East, Tantramar Regional High School, Sackville),

3rd Justin Harrigan (ASD-South, Kennebecasis Valley High School, Rothesay)

 

Grade 9 Late French Immersions:

1st Ellen Doria (ASD-West, Leo Hayes High School, Fredericton),

2nd Brooklyn Wilkins (ASD-East, Caledonia Regional High School, Hillsborough),

3rd Charley Howatt (ASD-East, Petitcodiac Regional School, Petitcodiac)

 

Grades 9/10 Post-Intensive French:

1st Sarah Kelly (ASD-West, Fredericton High School, Fredericton),

2nd Brandi Harvey (ASD-West, Hartland Community School, Hartland),

3rd Kathleen Desmond (ASD-South, St Malachy’s High School, St John)

 

Grade 10 Early French Immersions:

1st Natasha Vatcher (ASD-West, Oromocto High School, Oromocto),

2nd Ishwar Desai (ASD-West, Fredericton High School, Fredericton), 

3rd Jessica Schwarze (ASD-South, Fundy High School, St George)   

 

Grade 10 Late French Immersions:

1st SunMin Park (ASD-East, Bernice MacNaughton High School, Moncton),

2nd Diyasha Sen (ASD-South, Kennebecasis Valley High School, Rothesay),

3rd Sarah Kim (ASD-South, St. John High School, St. John)

 

Grade 11 Early French Immersions:

1st Graham Gourley (ASD-West, Oromocto High School, Oromocto),

2nd Jasmine Eng (ASD-West Fredericton High School, Fredericton),

3rd Kaylee Gauthier (ASD-North, Bathurst High School, Bathurst)

 

11 Late French Immersions:

1st Kateryna Fylypchuck (ASD-South, St John High School, St John),

2nd Rebekah Howe (ASD-West, Oromocto High School, Oromocto),

3rd Emma Brown (ASD-South, St Stephen High School, St Stephen)

 

Grade 11/12 Post Intensive French:

1st Amy Dai (ASD-South, Saint John High School, Saint John),

2nd Selena Truong (ASD-West, Fredericton High School, Fredericton),

 3rd Alyssa Barrieault (ASD-South, Belleisle Regional High School, Belleisle)

 

Grade 12 Early French Immersions:

1st Austin Henderson (ASD-East JMA Armstrong /Salisbury Middle School, Salisbury),

2nd Lexie Forsythe (ASD-East, Riverview High School, Riverview),

3rd Kristeen Atkinson (ASD-South, Kennebecasis Valley High School, Rothesay)

 

Grade 12 Late French Immersions:

1st Lea Muhigi (ASD-East, Moncton High School Moncton),

2nd Alexis Harvey (ASD-South, Kennebecasis Valley High School, Rothesay),

3rd Brianna Long (ASD-North, Bathurst High School, Bathurst)

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May 13
PRS Coffee House and Art Show

Petitcodiac Regional School will host a Coffee House on Thursday May 19th at 7:00 pm in the Teaching Theatre.  Some of the schools best talent will be performing with all proceeds going to the Senior Girls Volleyball team.  Tickets are $5 and available at the door.  The Amnesty International Group will be hosting a bake sale during intermission, so bring along some extra change.  The will also be an Art Show at intermission displaying student works of art produced through our Art Department.  It is certain to be a wonderful evening showcasing some incredible student talent.

May 13
Riverview High School News

Prime Minister of Canada’s Award for Excellence in Teaching

We are pleased to be able to share that one of our teachers was honored this week with the Prime Minister of Canada's Award for Excellence in Teaching. Mr. Armand Doucet joined other teachers from across the country in Ottawa to be recognized for his work as an educator and for the difference he makes in the lives of students in our community. Mr. Doucet currently teaches French Immersion Social Studies and History here at Riverview High School.

 

Here are some highlights from his award profile:

"An engaged and compassionate member of the community with a larger-than-life personality, Armand Doucet turned to teaching after a successful private sector career to make a difference in children's lives. He has instilled pride, hope and a sense of possibility in the students and staff. 'Mr. D.' develops and nurtures students' desire to ask and answer questions by providing constant constructive feedback, and teaches students how to reflect and communicate in a professional manner. He uses team-building and problem-solving exercises to help students learn how to work together, set goals and be accountable for their decisions and actions."

 

Mr. Ian Fogarty, also a teacher here at Riverview High School, was recognized in 2008 with this same prestigious award.

 

Congratulations Mr. Doucet and thank you for the work that you do with our students and staff.

 

Varsity Girls Volleyball

The Varsity Girls Volleyball team is off to compete in regionals this Saturday, May 14th at Harrison Trimble High School. Game times are 9:00am, 11:30am and 3:15pm. Best of luck, Royals!

 

Citizen Shift 2016

Citizen Shift 2016 is fast approaching! On Tuesday, May 24th, registered students and staff will line up at the Chocolate River Station at 8am and then parade to school. The first 50 registered participants to arrive will receive a free Citizen Shift t-shirt. Then, from 1:20 - 3:30pm, RHS will be hosting a Student Symposium.  Students will be hosting EdTalks where they'll share how their learning this year has led to opportunities to make a difference in their community.  Don't miss it!

 

Mini College Tour

RHS will host a Southeast Region Mini College Tour on Thursday, May 26th during lunch hour (12:25-1:25pm) in the lower mall.  This tour will group together 13 local institutions: Oulton College, Mount Allison University , NBCC, CCNB, McKenzie College, Medes College, BayTech College, Moncton Flight College, l’Institut Jon Raymond, Crandall University, Eastern College, Atlantic College of Therapeutic Massage, and l’Universite de Moncton.  Students are encouraged to attend and to ask questions! If you have any questions about this event, please contact Julie Doucette at Julie.doucette@nbed.nb.ca.

 

GMACL Fun Challenge

The upcoming GMACL Fun Challenge will see two teams participate this year as a result of RHS fundraising efforts including generous donations, Student Government initiatives, and Popsicle sales! Keep buying those Popsicles to support students with exceptionalities! Watch for more details in the upcoming weeks.

 

 

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May 13
Caledonia News!

Nathan Smith, a grade 10 student, is one of two NB recipients of this year's Sears Scholarships to a prestigious acting summer school on PEI, which will include training at the Watermark Theatre School and the Charlottetown Confederation Centre of the Arts.  He will spend 2 weeks, all expenses paid, working with professionals in the field of theatre arts.  Congratulations, Nathan!

 
Brooklyn Wilkins placed second in the province at the grade 9 late FI level. 
 
On May 12 Caledonia students and staff walked for Fort McMurray during our SSC class.  Each class did an amazing job raising funds.  In total, Caledonia will be donating $764.15 to the relief efforts in Fort McMurray!  Way to go Tigers!
CRHS presents a Night of the Arts on Tuesday, 31 May at 6:30 pm featuring a musical and literacy showcase, an art exhibit of works by Caledonia students, and the world première of the CRHS Tiger films production of Dr. Horrible's Sing-along Blog.  Admission is $5.00 for adults and $3.00 for students and seniors. 
 
Five students attended the JPH Model UN Conferences at St. Thomas University from April 6-8.  They were able to take part in discussions about disarmament, desertification, human rights and vaccination policies and learn how the United Nations works, by role playing a designated country and arguing the policies of that country all weekend. 
 
Liam Gunton and Nathan Smith will represent CRHS next week at the Youth Entrepreneurship Challenge Provincial Gala with their app Pocket Power. The two grade 10 students in Mr. Kelly's course are the only students in Atlantic Canada using XCode and Swift to make Apple iOS apps. They've made 7 apps so far! 

 
 
 
 
May 13
Beaverbrook School News.

On Tuesday, May 17th, and Wednesday, May 18th, a group of grade 8 students and a group of grade 6/7 students in the Partners for Youth’s The Adventure Classroom program will be travelling by bus to the Open Sky Cooperative in Sackville, NB, to visit and learn about farming. They will have practical hands on experience in the day to day operations. For more information, please contact our Community Schools Coordinator, Ms. Christine Allain at (506) 871-4984.

 
May 13
News from Lou MacNarin
WonderBots
We would like to congratulate our grade 5 Entrepreneur Club for their successful presentations.  Our students presented their business ideas during the Youth Entrepreneurship Challenge.  Madame Julie Roy and her students attended the regional competition, competing with children in grades Kindergarten to grade 6.  The club competed on May 4th  with student entrepreneurs from Anglophone East and Francophone South Schools.  Our group has been invited to attend the provincial competition, the Youth Entrepreneurship Gala on May 18th at the Crowne Plaza, Moncton where they present their business ideas to the attendees and then enjoy an evening of presentations that showcase inspirational youth who will showcase their entrepreneurial thinking in order to create positive change in our communities.  Our students have also been invited to participate in a day of Leadership sessions at the University of Moncton. 
The children at our school have been selling math games to purchase robots to be able to extend their learning of coding.  The first robots purchased were Dot and Dash.  The children think that what they are learning about working with code is a set of  important skills.  They are hoping to be able to purchase more robots in order to offer an after school program for children in younger grades.  The focus is to help them learn how to use code to program the robots.  The afterschool program will fund the purchase of more robots.  WonderBots is a creative business for our children to fund an amazing learning opportunity and to give back to their school community.  Our entrepreneur student leaders will continue to  transform our learning community under the leadership of Madame Roy.  For more information, visit http://entrepreneurshipnb.ca
 
Pancake Breakfast
Our annual pancake breakfast will be held on Saturday, May 14th.  We are hoping to have our friends and families drop in to enjoy pancakes, sausage, bacon, ham, beans and a beverage. The cost is $5.00 for adults, $3.00 for children and preschool children   can eat for free.
 
Minister’s Visit
The Honorable Roger Melanson visited one of our Grade 3 class to speak about the different levels of government – municipal, provincial, and national.  Children worked on a graphic organizer to help them look at what they have learned so far about government, what they want to know and what they learned from the visit.  The children asked many questions about Minister Melanson’s work and the work of other politicians.  It was a wonderful opportunity for children to get a better understanding of government and the importance of public service. 
 
 
May 13
MHS News!

MHS is pleased to announce the upcoming performance of the school musical "Les Misérables".  We will be performing 2 shows, May 18 and 19.  Tickets are $10 and will be available at the school office as well as at the door.

A healthy new twist on fundraising for resource materials used in the school! We’re raising funds with Epicure Extraordinary Cheese Dip Fundraiser: 3 top-quality Epicure dip mixes for dozens of easy, affordable, delicious snacks and mealtime solutions. Together, they make Epicure’s most popular hot dip. Our organization keeps a $5 profit for each Fundraiser sold! 

The cost is $20 and orders can be placed by contacting Krista Thorne at kristine.thorne@nbed.nb.ca and paid for through School Cash.

 

Upcoming Student Activities

Student Council Election May 24th 

Grade 8 Day May 27th


A special event is planned to expose students to postsecondary education opportunities available in greater Moncton.

Representatives from thirteen different posts-secondary institutions will be on hand to talk with grade 11 and grade 12 students about programs, admission requirements, scholarships, housing, and more. This will take place the morning of Wednesday, May 25th at Moncton High School.

The institutions participating in this event include career colleges (McKenzie College, Medes College, BayTech College, Moncton Flight College, L’Institut Jon Raymond, Oulton College, Eastern College, Atlantic College of Therapeutic Massage), public colleges (New Brunswick Community College, Collège communautaire du Nouveau-Brunswick) and universities (Mount Allison, Crandall University and Université de Moncton).

MHS is hosting its acting out against mental health assembly on May 27th. 

MHS is in the stages of planning our “Acting out Against Mental Health” assembly, in which we will show case talent and openly talk about mental health.  In this assembly, we intend on talking about the statistics of mental health here at MHS, how we have viewed mental illness in the past and present, we will look at historic figures and current celebrities who are open about their struggles and we will encourage students to get the supports that are out there and help them know how to respond to one another.  At Moncton High we strive to allow our students a voice to be heard and a shoulder to lean on in times of need.

 

Moncton's NXT Level Girls Basketball team will be hosting their 7th annual summer tip-off tournament this year at Moncton High School June 4th and 5th.  Teams from P.E.I, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick will be participating in this year's event.  Admission is free and you'll be sure to take in some exciting basketball.  Games start at 10:00 AM on Saturday, June 4th.  Come on out and support your local club basketball team.


May 13
Bessborough Bengal School News

On Friday, May 13th, students at Bessborough School participated in an assembly to celebrate having raised $10 000 to build a school in Kenya through Free the Children. Leadership students have raised money through bake sales, popcorn and theme days, bracelet sales, the We are Silent campaign, etc. Students have also donated their own money, whether it be money they've received as birthday gifts or from working part-time throughout the summer months. Leadership students would like to thank the entire Bessborough community for having supported them in reaching this goal.

 
Bessborough Leadership students raised $914.00 for Word Vision through the 30 Hour Famine. This year, the money raised through the 30 Hour Famine will triple in value thanks to a generous donation from the World Food Program. World Vision provides children and families with the means to fight hunger and achieve food security.
Food security means that families know they will have enough nutritious food every day, to live an active, healthy lifestyle.
 
Eight Bessborough Math students will be taking part in the NB Math Competition at the University of Moncton tomorrow morning.                                           
 
7's - Eli Ford, Nate M., Claire H., Bella Brown
8's - Tasia K., Rajan P., Josh A., Sasha M.
May 13
Evergreen Park School News!

We would like to recognize the following students’ hard work on their Heritage Fair projects: Reese Mann, Megan MacAulay, Libby Rollin, and Skyla Dorcas. These four girls received awards at the District Heritage Fair held on May 11th. Thank you for representing EPS so well at this fantastic event!
 
Congratulations go out to the 5-6 girls’ badminton team! The girls’ Team A placed 3rd in singles. The boys’ Team B placed 3rd in both singles and doubles and the boys’ Team A placed 1st in singles and doubles, winning the district trophy. Thank you to all players for a great badminton season!
 
On Thursday, May 19th, the students from BMHS’ Student Government will be coming to give grade 8 students from EPS an orientation to high school.
 
On Thursday, May 26th, EPS grade 8 students will be going to Bernice McNaughton High School for the annual “May Day” event for incoming students.
 
The Anglophone East School District Turnaround Achievement Awards will be taking place on Thursday, May 26th, at Riverview Middle School, starting at 6:00 p.m. Congratulations to this year’s recipient, Lucas Sivitilli, who has demonstrated a marked improvement this year in his level of confidence, which has also resulted in an increase in his academic marks.     
 
May 13
Right to Play at Forest Glen

Right to Play
On Thursday, May 19th, Forest Glen and Sunny Brae Right to Play Leaders will host a "Today We Play" day at Forest Glen School. Today We Play engages more than 250 schools across Canada in a day of unique and educational Right to Play activities. Led by students for students, the games played throughout the day are focused on teaching lessons and promoting discussion around the importance of children’s rights.
Oulton College
 
On Tuesday, May 10th, and Wednesday, May 11th, a few students had the chance to visit the Oulton Dental College. Students studying at the college for their Dental Hygiene Diploma cleaned the students’ teeth and taught them all about brushing and flossing. As we know, there is a very intimate connection between oral health and overall health; therefore, we cannot wait to learn more about oral hygiene.  The students were all smiles on their way back to school!
 
 
May 13
BMHS News!

BMHS Drama Presents:

BMHS Drama Presents A Tyrannosaurus Rex Can Break Your Heart:  

An evening of student created theatre.

Monday, May 16th, at 7:30pm

Tuesday, May 17th at 7:30pm
Wednesday, May 18th at 7:30pm

Tickets are availabe at the door. 


$7 for students and $10 for adults.

*Also, good luck to the students participating in DramaFest at St. Thomas University in Fredericton. Capture.JPG

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Highlander 4on4:

The 2nd Annual Highlander 4 on 4 ball hockey tournament will take place Friday, May 13th from 4-8 pm in the school front parking lot.  There is no admission to the game, but there will be a barbeque to help support Grad Council. 

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Follow us on Social Media!

Our website:  bmhs.nbed.nb.ca

Facebook: BMHS 2015-2016

Text feed.  To receive school-related extracurricular messages via text, text @bmhs16news to (506) 803-5547.

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Let’s Celebrate Your Scholarship Success!

Any graduating student that is going to a post-secondary school in September and has received an entrance scholarship or any other type of scholarship can have that information included in the graduation program and acknowledged at the ceremony. To have it included in the program, students need to provide proof of their acceptance into the post-secondary school and proof of their receipt of the scholarship to Mr. Harris in guidance.

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Grade 10 Students and Provincial Assessments:

All Grade 10 students will be writing provincial assessments in Math, Science, and French between May 09th and 19th. 

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School Milk Program:

Dairy Farmers of Canada wishes to improve its School Milk Program. We would therefore like to ask you to fill out a brief survey.

By filling out this survey before end of day May 13th  you will have an opportunity to enter your child’s school in a draw for a chance to win 1 000$ worth of books, musical instruments, gym or playground equipment and a free milk day.

To start the survey please click on this link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/YVL3NYY

To learn more about the School Milk Program, please visit milkinschool.ca

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Grad Fees:

Students and Parents,

As you are well aware, Prom and Graduation are fast approaching for the BMHS Grads. In order to participate in these events, each member of the graduating class must pay a fee of $110.00 to cover costs. The final date that payments will be accepted is Friday, May 13th 2016. Unfortunately, if the fee is not paid by this time, the student will not be able to attend Prom, Safe Grad or Graduation.

These fees can be paid online at School Cash Online or a cheque made out to Bernice MacNaughton High School can be given to Hailey Burns. If finding the financial means to pay this fee is a problem, please do not hesitate to contact Mr. M. Daigle or Vice Principal Mrs. Lockwood.

Any questions about upcoming events for the Graduating class of 2016 can be directed to Katelyn Jones or Lauren Hollis. Students and parents are also encouraged to follow @BMHSGradsof2016 on Twitter and Instagram to stay updated. 

May 06
BIRCHMOUNT CELEBRATES!

 
 
 
 
Birchmount Celebrates!

Night of the Arts

&

50
th Anniversary
       
This coming Thursday, May 12th is one of Birchmoun ​School’s most exciting nights of the year... It is Birchmount’s Annual Night of the Arts! 
As we celebrate the school’s 50th Anniversary, along with our Night of the Arts, we have many fun activities planned for our Bears throughout the day which will take them back to the 60’s and some of the activities younsters enjoyed at the time such as hoola hooping and root beer floats!
At 5pm we invite folks to come along to the school for some nostalgia.  Take a tour through the school…walk down memory lane along with taking in the beautiful work of our Bears of 2015-2016.
·         The Night of the Arts presentation will begin at 6:00 pm in the gym. There will be no cost for admission; however, we will have students at the door accepting donations of cash.
·         Our Bears have been working very hard throughout the year and will be showcasing their incredible achievements in music, dance, theatre and the visual arts. So please come and enjoy a wonderful evening of talent!  This year we have again included a 20 minute intermission at which time everyone will have the opportunity to circulate through the school to view the beautiful artwork created by our Bears. 
We will also have coffee stations set up at this time where coffee, juice and some tasty treats will be for sale at a cost of $1.00 per item.
                  We do hope you can come out and join us in celebrating a most wonderful throw back to 1965! 
 
                                                         

 
 
                             
May 06
Bookworm Bonanza!

CFUW Moncton is holding a BOOKWORM BONANZA May 22-26  at the Dan Bohan Family Centre in Riverview.    We need your help with book donations -- Softcover books of all kinds.  No hardcovers please.   Start saving your Softcovers now and hold until donation time from May 22-24.   Softcover book sale is May 24-26.   Simply $1, $2, $3.   Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW) Moncton awards scholarships of about $10,000 to women in Greater Moncton area.

May 06
MathemaTHINKS Math Competition Results

Medals and Certificate Winners

 Tangram Race

Name of team

Grade

School

Rank

Nathan Quiring

3

Bessborough

1

Jody Gough

3

West Riverview

1

Jordan Tapper

3

Birchmount

2

Sunny Lee

3

Shediac Cape

2

Owen LeBlanc

3

West Riverview

3

Kaiden Olsansky

3

Bessborough

3

Charlotte McCully

4

Havelock

1

David Wells

4

Forest Glen

1

Damian Coates

4

Mountain View

2

Brennan Devereux

4

Frank L. Bowser

2

Julia Murphy

4

Arnold H.

3

Jalen Melanson

4

West Riverview

3

Kaia Greenwood

4

Queen Elizabeth

3

Subin Kim

4

Northru​p Frye

3

Riley Fagan Hicks

5

Port Elgin

1

Harris Higgins

5

Edith Cavell

1

Jack MacLeod

5

Frank L. Bowser

2

Joonwoo Lee

5

Northrop Frye

2

Corey White

5

Frank L. Bowser

3

Lexa Kwan

5

Evergreen Park

3

Coding Race

Name of team

Grade

School

Rank

Keely Nutten

3

Riverview East

1

Liam Mitchell

3

Queen Elizabeth

1

Mathew Paris

3

Lou MacNarin

1

Zach Wiswell

3

Havelock

2

Zoey Landry

3

Edith Cavell

2

Owen LeBLanc

3

West Riverview

3

Samantha Steeves

3

Lou MacNarin

3

Sarah Hackett

3

Queen Elizabeth

3

 

Name of team

Grade

School

Rank

Austin Caissie

4

Salisbury

1

Austin Ouelette

4

Salisbury

1

Avery Heffern

4

Claude D. Taylor

1

Ben Carter

4

Birchmount

2

Benjamin Walsh

4

Forest Glen

2

Brad Paynter

4

Salem Elementary

2

Aidan Knightin Whalen

4

West Riverview

3

Alasdair Brett

4

Salem Elementary

3

Alex Melendy

4

 

3

Name of team

Grade

School

Rank

Catherine Doan

5

Bessborough

1

Celine Hwang

5

Lou MacNarin

1

Chris Cruz

5

Sunny Brae

1

Megan Smith

5

Arnold H.

2

Mohamed Bello Chaibou

5

Bessborough

2

Moriya Boyle

5

Shediac Cape

2

Robert Patterson

5

Evergreen Park

3

Sarah Smith

5

Lou MacNarin

3

Simon LeBlanc

5

Queen Elizabeth

3









































































  Pen and ​Paper test :

Name

Grade

School

Mark

Rank

Merdan Devedjinejad

3

Birchmount

19

1

Lucy Stewart

3

Salem

17

2

Jadon Tapper

3

Birchmount

15

3

Trung quang Nguyen

4

Evergreen

24

1

Avery Heffern

4

Claude D. Taylor

22

2

Aidan Knighton-Whalen

4

West Riverview

20

3

Celine Hwang

5

Lou MacNarin

31

1

Catherine Doan

5

Bessborough

28

2

James Vu

5

Evergreen

25

3

 

 

 

 

 

 Multiplication Math Fact:

Name

Grade

School

Rank

Weston O’Brien

3

Dorchester

1

Brian Jin

3

Lou MacNarin

2

Zoey Landry

3

Edith Cavell

3

Griffin Cassidy

4

Birchmount

1

Trung Quang Nguyen

4

Evergreen

2

Brennan Devereux

4

Frank L. Bowser

3

Celine Hwang

5

Lou MacNarin

1

Tabitha Azariah

5

Bessborough

2

Joonwoo Lee

5

Northrop Frye

3

 

 

 

 

Addition Math Fact:

Name

Grade

School

Rank

Kaiden Olsansky

3

Bessborough

1

Merdan Devedjinejad

3

Birchmount

2

Benjamin LeBlanc

3

Forest Glen

3

Alexander Lyons

4

Lou MacNarin

1

Alasdair Brett

4

Salem Elementary

2

Trevor Doucet

4

Lou MacNarin

3

Joonwoo Lee

5

Northrop Frye

1

Celine Hwang

5

Lou MacNarin

2

Jack MacLeod

5

Frank L. Bowser

3

May 06
HTHS News!

Congratulations to our Senior Girls Volleyball Team who swept Mathieu Martin this week in 3 sets.  The girls have finished first place in their league and have earned the right to host regionals.  They host an 8-team tournament where the top two head to provincials.  Way to go Trojans!

 
On Saturday, May 14 students can travel to the Cheerleading Provincial Competition on the Spirit Bus It is a very convenient way to travel to Saint John to cheer on our girls. 
 
A special event is planned to expose students to postsecondary education opportunities available in greater Moncton.
 
Representatives from thirteen different posts-secondary institutions will be on hand to talk with grade 11 and grade 12 students about programs, admission requirements, scholarships, housing, and more. This will take place the morning of Wednesday, May 25th at Harrison Trimble High School.
 
The institutions participating in this event include career colleges (McKenzie College, Medes College, BayTech College, Moncton Flight College, L’Institut Jon Raymond, Oulton College, Eastern College, Atlantic College of Therapeutic Massage), public colleges (New Brunswick Community College, Collège communautaire du Nouveau-Brunswick) and universities (Mount Allison, Crandall University and Université de Moncton).
May 06
Night of the Arts

​The annual Queen Elizabeth School Night of the Arts will be taking place this Thurday, May 12 from 5:00-7:00pm.  There will be art exhibits, musical performances by Sistema staff & students, as well as a BBQ and Silent Auction!  Funds raised from the BBQ and Silent Auction will be used to support grade 8 end of year activities.  Come out to celebrate the Arts with QE staff & students!  Special thanks to Mrs. Mouland for organizing the event and fostering creativity in our students!

May 06
Evergreen Park School News!

On Friday, May 13th, eight grade 8 and two grade 7 students will be representing EPS at the provincial math competition at the Universite de Moncton.
 
On Thursday, May 19th, the students from BMHS’ Student Government will be coming to give grade 8 students from EPS an orientation to high school.
May 06
Bessborough Bengal News

On Friday, March 13th, students at Bessborough School will participate in an assembly to celebrate having raised $10 000 to build a school in Kenya through Free the Children. Leadership students have raised money through bake sales, popcorn and theme days, bracelet sales, the We are Silent campaign, etc. Students have also donated their own money, whether it be money they've received as birthday gifts or from working part-time throughout the summer months. Leadership students would like to thank the entire Bessborough community for having supported them in reaching this goal.

 
 
Next week is "Fill a Bucket" week at Bessborough School. Leadership students will be visiting the K-5 classes to share presentations they've prepared. They hope to spread their message of choosing to be kind and to "fill the buckets" of others.
May 06
Shediac Cape School Drama Troupe Presents...

The Shediac Cape​ drama troupe presents their 10th annual dinner theatre on Thursday, May 12th and Friday May 13th.  This year's production is entitled "The Four Bully Goats Griff".  It is sure to entertain both children and adults, alike.  Tickets for the show and a lovely spaghetti supper are available from the school office at a cost of $10/adult, $5.00/child and $25/family of 4.  There will also be a cake auction to support the Shediac Cape Home and School. 

May 06
Riverview High School News

RHS Sports Banquet

The RHS sports banquet is coming up on the evening of Wednesday, June 1st.  Athletes, coaches, and managers are invited to attend the banquet which begins at 5pm. The dress code for the event is semi-formal. Parents are invited to the awards part of the ceremony in the theatre beginning at approximately 5:45pm. The goal of this night is to celebrate teams and major award winners for their efforts and accomplishments this year.

 

Youth Entrepreneurship Challenge

RHS students, Brant Guimond, Katie Horton and Roisin Kierstead presented one of the Science 12 projects "Power In Play" to the Youth Entrepreneurship Challenge at Mathieu Martin, Wednesday, May 4th. Their project aims to build a new play park that will capture energy while kids play. This is a great step forward as they prepare for their negotiations with a local developer to receive donated land for their play park of the future.  Congratulations, Royals!

 

Royal Road for Kids

Yoga 110 is hosting our fourth annual Royal Roads for Kids non-profit event. All yoga students voted for the proceeds to be divided between the Stan Cassidy Foundation and Don West, a family member of a royal who had went through a traumatic injury on Christmas day. Our event is open to the public on Friday of June 3rd between 1:30 and 3:30pm at Caseley Park. We have a variety of food that includes: popcorn, a bake sale, and a canteen. We are also going to have lots of games such as a dunk tank, a water slide, field games, Bouncy Castles, pie in the face, and many more activities. See you all there!

 

RHS Drama

Riverview High School proudly presents Disney’s The Little Mermaid! Tickets are now on sale at the RHS main office, Jean Coutu in Riverview, Point Park Petro Canada, and at the door prior to each show.  Interest is high, so it may be a good idea to purchase your tickets in advance. Show times are as follows:

 

Thursday, May 19th – 7pm

Friday, May 20th – 7pm

Saturday, May 21st – 2pm & 7pm

Sunday, May 22nd – 2pm & 7pm

 

Come out and join us, UNDER THE SEA, for a magical, musical adventure featuring many of Disney’s most beloved characters.

 

Citizenshift 2016 

 

Part 1: Bike to School Day

Dust off those helmets, Royals and join the "shift" from passive to active transportation on 

Royal Bike to School Day, Tuesday, May 24th! Registration forms will be available next week. The first

50 people to arrive at our starting point, the morning of, will receive a free t-shirt! Spread the word and let's actively make a difference in our health and that of our environment!

 

Part 2: Student EdTalks

To further celebrate citizenship in our school and community, students are invited to share 5-10 minute EdTalks with their peers.  An EdTalk is intended to celebrate how students are making a difference in their school or community through school projects, essays, research, art, music etc.  Students who qualify are asked to talk to one of their teachers to direct them to the Project Citizen Team. 

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