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March 27
Queen Elizabeth School News!

On Saturday, April 22, 9:00am-3:00pm, Queen Elizabeth School will be hosting a SPRING FAIR!  The Fair will include crafts, specialty items, food vendors and other surprises!  We are now booking tables for the event.  All funds raised will be used to support school activities including our school beautification project. For more information, please contact Brenda Wilson @bwilson1711@hotmail.com or call 859-4814.

March 27
Harrison Trimble High School News!

Time to mark your calendar! The Friends of the Trojans is having their annual auction Saturday, April 22 in our gymnasium. They are switching things up this year with a new theme, “Wines from Around the World and Auction”. For only $20.00, a ticket will permit you to taste both a red and white wine from 4 countries. There will also be a live band, as well as an open and silent auction. This is going to be a great event.

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.​

March 27
Bessborough Bengal News

Who We Are

Ronald McDonald House Charities® Atlantic helps keep families close to each other, and the care they need, when they need it most. Our programs include Ronald McDonald House®, a home-away-from-home for out of town families with sick children, and Ronald McDonald Family Rooms®, an oasis of calm and support inside the walls of the hospital.

Last year, we served 1247 families from New Brunswick.

Join Us in Your PJs

·         Start your morning with a Pancake Breakfast hosted by the Riverview Lions Club

·         Walk 1km or 3km in your PJs

·         Enjoy en route entertainment and performances

·         Celebrate post-walk with fun activities and snacks for the entire family

·         Hear from a local family who stayed at Ronald McDonald House

·         Funds raised will help support Maritime families of sick children

Moncton – Centennial Park

Event Details:

Sunday, June 11, 2017

9:00-10:00 a.m.                       Check-in/Registration and Pancake Breakfast

10:00 a.m.                               Official Walk Start

10:15 a.m. -12:00 p.m.            Post-Walk Celebration

How to get involved:

·         Register for the event at www.canadahelps.org/en/charities/ronald-mcdonald-house-atlantic-canada/events/pjwalknewbrunswick

Register before April 1st and you will be entered into a draw to win a fabulous prize the whole family can enjoy!

March 27
Moncton High School News!

Moncton High School and Friends of the Knights are hosting an “Auction and Dance” on April 1st.  Tickets are $30 each and can be purchased at the school office or online through School Cash.  Should you want to reserve a table of 8 for your group at $240, please contact the school at 856-3439 as soon as possible to guarantee your spot.  


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


May 4th, MHS is hosting its 4th annual Girls Knight Out. The Girls Knight Out is a night to empower our young female students as they participate in fun activities and learn about themselves and other influential woman. Female role models are welcome to attend.

May 17th, MHS is hosting Teresa Norris as she presents to the school on Healthy Relationships. In today's society it is important that our youth learn about relationships and the experiences surrounding them.

May 31st, MHS is having its first career day tailored for students in grade 10. This event will have many groups of employees and outside agencies to help students learn about various post high school opportunities.


The MHS Girls Basketball program will be running a Jr. NXT Level Basketball Day camp June 26th to 30th at MHS.  The camp will run Monday to Thursday from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM and Friday from 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM.  Early drop off supervision will be available each day starting at 8:15 AM.  Please check www.monctonhigh.nbed.nb for more information about the camp.

March 27
BMHS News!

Semaine de la Fierte Francaise at BMHS

Next week BMHS will be celebrating the French language in our school through a variety of activities such as music, games, trivia, videos, and food. 

Students participating in these activities will receive ballots for a chance to win a pair of Beats headphones. The draw will take place on Friday and the winner will be announced at the end of the day. 

Vive le Français!

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College info for grade 11s only!

Southeast Region Mini College Tour 2017

Date: March 27, 2016

Time: 10:03 – 11:06 (period 2)

Location: Foyer Outside Guidance​

Participating Post-Secondary Institutions:​

·         Oulton College
·         Mount Allison University
·         NBCC
·         CCNB
·         McKenzie College
·         BayTech College
·         Moncton Flight College
·         L’Institut Jon Raymond
·         Crandall University
·         Eastern College
·         Universite de Moncton​



March 17
Bessborough School News!

On Friday, March 17th, Leadership students will be selling popcorn and students are invited to wear green. All proceeds raised from popcorn sales will go to support a family in need in our district.

At Bessborough School, we are encouraging students to Spring into Action and make healthy activity and eating choices as we get closer and closer to spring.  To do so, we are launching a contest in partnership with Chartwells to give six prizes of fresh fruit trays, yogurt parfaits, veggie trays, fruit kabobs and other healthy snacks for classes.  Winning students will receive a prize for their homeroom to treat their classmates to a healthy recess snack.

To enter, students need to write a letter addressed to Mr. Mattatall and Mr. Williams outlining what their personal, or family plan is to get active and eat healthier.  This can include choosing more fruits and vegetables, reducing their consumption of sugary drinks/snacks, plans for physical activity, trying new foods, or any other great ideas you may have to live a healthier and more active lifestyle as an individual or family.

For younger students, you may choose to write the letter with a parent if you want. 

Letters are due by March 31st and letters can be given to homeroom teachers, or dropped off at the office.

We look forward to reading all of the submissions and learning more about your ideas to Spring Into Action and make our school community healthier and more active.

 

 

 

March 17
Caledonia Regional High School News!

On February 28th, Mrs. Godfrey assembled a Think Tank to review data from the Positive Mental Health Module from the Joint Health Consortium, the TTFM (Tell Them From Me / now called Our School) and the NB Wellness Survey

 

The focus of the Think Tank was to share data and create a shared vision of what we can do to address positive mental health community to build a sense of connectedness among our shared initiatives within our community. From the Think Tank, we hope to extend our resources as a school and a youth - not just to their school, but also to their community.

 

In attendance were:

  • 3 Caledonia students

  • 5 Caledonia volunteers

  • 1 Representative from the District Education Council

  • 3 Caledonia PSSC members

  • 3 Caledonia teachers

  • 2 Caledonia administrators

  • 1 Guidance Counsellor

  • 3 Representatives with police training

  • 1 Youth pastor

  • 2 Representatives from Horizon Health – including 1 Youth Addictions Services

  • 3 Community members

  • 1 MLA Representative

  • 1 Co-ordinator from Mental Health Services 

  • 1 Representative from the Boys & Girls Club,

  • 1 Social Worker

  • 1 Hillsborough council member

 

 

March 17
Harrison Trimble High School News!

Time to mark off your calendar! The Friends of the Trojans is having their annual auction Saturday, April 22 in our 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.

March 17
Queen Elizabeth School News!

On Saturday, April 22, 9:00am-3:00pm, Queen Elizabeth School will be hosting a SPRING FAIR!  The Fair will include crafts, specialty items, food vendors and other surprises!  We are now booking tables for the event.  All funds raised will be used to support school activities including our school beautification project. For more information, please contact Brenda Wilson @ bwilson1711@hotmail.com or call 859-4814.

March 17
Evergreen Park School News!

All grade 6, 7 and 8 EPS students are invited to Karaoke for the Homeless on Thursday, March 23rd, from 6-8 p.m. at Evergreen Park School. This fun and entertaining event is organized by the Alphastars. Tickets cost $3 and will be sold at the entrance to the cafeteria on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of next week from 11:35-12:35 p.m. Pizza and baked goods will also be available for purchase at the event so come, eat supper, and sing! There will also be a 50/50 draw. All proceeds will go to support the homeless in our Moncton community. For more information, contact Mrs. Fowler, School Counsellor at 856-3476.

The Canadian Kangaroo Math Contest will be taking place on Sunday, March 26th, at EPS. Parking is available at the back of the school but everyone must enter through the main entrance.

STEM Expo will be taking place at NBCC on Thursday, March 30th.

March 17
Bernice MacNaughton High School News!

Course Selection:

BMHS Students will receive their 2017-18 course selection verification sheets on Wednesday or Thursday this week.  Please review the sheet with them, sign it and have the student return it to their Home Room teacher on or before Monday, March 20th.

Any changes to the original selections can be made right on the verification sheet.  

Please feel free to review all course selection info found on our website under Quick Links – 2017-18 
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Drama at BMHS:
BMHS Drama presents:  Mission Improvible:  
An evening of devised theatre and improv comedy. 
The show runs from Wednesday, March 22nd to Friday, March 23rd.  
It's $10 for adults and $7 for students.  
All shows start at 7:30.​

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Fees:
Parents are reminded that they can pay for their child(ren)'s sports and even academic fees online!  Check out SchoolCash Online link on the school or the district's website!
March 17
Moncton High School News!

French Week (Semaine Provinciale de la Fierté Française):  March 20th-​ March 24th​

Moncton High School and Friends of the Knights are hosting an “Auction and Dance” on April 1
st.  Tickets are $30 each and can be purchased at the school office or online through School Cash.  Should you want to reserve a table of 8 for your group at $240, please contact the school at 856-3439 as soon as possible to guarantee your spot. 

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


May 4th, MHS is hosting its 4th annual Girls Knight Out. The Girls Knight Out is a night to empower our young female students as they participate in fun activities and learn about themselves and other influential woman. Female role models are welcome to attend.

 

May 17th, MHS is hosting Teresa Norris as she presents to the school on Healthy Relationships. In today's society it is important that our youth learn about relationships and the experiences surrounding them.

March 17
Edith Cavell School News!

We have several classes going to the Wetlands in Sackville during March. Their Wetlands in Winter program is an experiential program that combines indoor and outdoor activities while teaching about the amazing places that wetland ecosystems are – even in the winter! Students are taught how local animals prepare for winter and how to identify wildlife tracks and scat. On snowshoes, students look for animal signs in the snow and see how aquatic invertebrate samples are collected from under the ice. They examine the washed samples in the laboratory where they identify macro-invertebrate species and explore their adaptations to life under water. Students also learn about wind chill and how buffer zones protect animals from harsh winds. What a great learning experience for students.​​

On March 21st, the Calithumpians will perform Y.E.S. In Deed for students from grades 3 to 8 at Edith Cavell School, followed by a workshop with our Drama Club. The enviro-drama presentation is free thanks to financial support from the New Brunswick Environmental Trust Fund and a touring grant from the N.B. Department of Tourism, Heritage and Culture. We look forward to the production and workshop!​

March 03
Chartwells March Specials
March 03
Evergreen Park School News!

Happy March Break everyone!

EPS Home and School will be hosting a movie night on Thursday, March 16th. The movie being shown is Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.

Group/Team photos with Harvey Studios will be taking place on Wednesday, March 15th, and Thursday, March 16th.

Teacher Karaoke will be held on the afternoon of Friday, March 17th. This was a reward earned by students in our annual EPS Walkathon.

Friday, March 17th, will also be Hat Day! Students and staff can pay $1 to have wear their favourite hat. All proceeds will go to our Goodwill Fund, which helps support local families in need. As well, we are also encouraging staff and students to wear green on Friday, March 17th, in honour of Saint Patrick’s Day!

The Mayor of Moncton, Dawn Arnold, will be visiting our grade 4 classes on the morning of Friday, March 17th.

March 03
Moncton High School News!
Moncton High School and Friends of the Knights are hosting an “Auction and Dance” on April 1st.  Tickets are $30 each and can be purchased at the school office or online through School Cash.  Should you want to reserve a table of 8 for your group at $240, please contact the school at 856-3439 as soon as possible to guarantee your spot. 

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

February 24
Harrison Trimble High School News!

A reminder to Trojan graduates that the scholarship website is being updated every day.  Please take the time to look for available opportunities.  Many scholarships have a deadline of March 1st.

 There is new merchandise in the Trend Shop.  Come check it out!

 Time to mark off your calendar! The Friends of the Trojans is having their annual auction Saturday, April 22 in our 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.

 

February 24
Bessborough School News!

On Monday, February 27th, Bessborough Leadership students will once again be volunteering with the Home for Dinner program at the Ronald McDonald Room, located in the Moncton Hospital. Students plan, prepare and fundraise for groceries in order to provide meals so families can stay close to their children while they receive treatment at the hospital.

February 24
Bernice MacNaughton High School News!

Yearbooks!  Get your yearbooks!​

Last chance for your child to  purchase a yearbook. The cost is $55 and the memories are priceless! Go to School Cash Online to purchase your BMHS 2016-2017 Yearbook today!!!

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Overdue fees:

A notice went home with report cards in regards to overdue fees (academic and extracurricular).  Please send the money in with your child to the front office, with the accompanying notice.  

Also, AP fees are due for those students taking an AP course.

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Course selection at BMHS:

On Monday Feb 27th students will select their courses for next year.  Parents and students can get a head start by looking at the information on our BMHS.ca website.  Check under Quick Links on the Right Hand Side to see the category entitled Course Selection.

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Drama Fest 2017:

There will be a brief, but important information session for all students interested in auditioning for this year's drama fest.  The meeting will be held on Tuesday, February 28th at the very beginning of noon hour.  It should only take five minutes, so please come to the theatre right after the bell.  New students are welcome to audition.  If you have any questions, please see Mr. Lloyd.

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Mental Health:

Please join us for our second Mental Health Symposium at Evergreen Park School on Wednesday, March 1 at 6:30.

Our two guest speakers will be speaking on the following:

Sleep and its Connection to Resiliency

Mindfulness​

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BMHS Boys Hockey Spirit Game:

Our boys play at the 4Plex, Rink A on Monday night at 7:15

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Dance and assembly:

The dance that was originally scheduled for last week has been postponed until after March Break, on Thursday, March 16th.

The assembly that was originally scheduled for this Friday has been moved to Friday, March 17th.


February 24
Beaverbrook School News:

​The week of February 27 to March 3rd is our Winter Carnival Week. 

Monday - Hat. Day

Tuesday - Superhero Day

Wednesday - Hippie Day and all students will receive bananas for their snack

Thursday - Hawaiian Day and Day 100 celebrations for K - 2 classes

Friday - Class Color Day and school wide activities throughout the day

Lots of learning happening this week as well as some winter time fun and school spirit initiatives.        Have a great week everyone!

 

 

February 24
Moncton High School News!

​Friends of the Knights Dance and Auction is set for April 1st.  Tickets for the night are $30 and can be purchased online through School Cash and at the MHS office.

Please help out by supporting this very important fundraising event.

February 24
Evergreen Park School News!

Congratulations go out to the following students who placed in the District Chess Tournament last weekend: Ryan Nikmaram 2nd place medal, Jason Hwang 3rd place medal, Minh Nguyen 3rd place medal, Nick Ahmady 4th place alternate, Connor Bell 4th place alternate, and Handsome Zheng 4th place alternate.

Gr.4 students will be having a presentation by Natural Resources on Wednesday, March 1st.

Our Welcome to Kindergarten parent session will be Thursday, March 2nd, at 4:00 p.m. This is for parents of students registered to start kindergarten at Evergreen Park School in September 2017.

Friday, March 3rd, will be Crazy Hair Day! Students and staff can pay $1 to have crazy hair. All proceeds will go to our Goodwill Fund, which helps support local families in need.

February 24
Edith Cavell School News!

WISP author Robert Rayner will be visiting Edith Cavell School on March 3rd to do workshops with students from grades 4 to 8. Mr. Rayner will be talking about his writing, will read from his books, and might also bring his guitar and do a song or two to introduce the characters in the stories. We are very excited to have Mr. Rayner come and speak to us through the Writers in the School Program. We can’t wait to see what he has in store for us!

Moncton’s very own Atlantic Ballet Theatre of Canada has been coming to Edith Cavell School to offer Kindergarten classes and our K/1 class a wonderful enrichment opportunity. For eight weeks, classes have been offered professional ballet instruction lead by world class ballerina, Yuliia Shevchenko. Students have learned basic ballet steps, fundamental movement skills, and moving to music. The Atlantic Ballet Theatre Company will offer a live performance on March 3rd at 10:50 am to culminate the enrichment sessions. The audience will include all Edith Cavell students as well as parents and guardians.​

February 17
Harrison Trimble High School News!

Grade 9 Immunization will be held Tuesday, February 21. Consent forms were sent home during semester one. Any family who did not receive a consent form may contact the Public Health Office 856-3336 to give consent. February 22 is Pink Shirt Day and a Coffee House is scheduled for that evening at 7:00 p.m. “Meet the Teacher” will be held Thursday, February 23 at 6:30 p.m. February 24 is a Professional Learning Day for Teachers. There will be no school for students.

Time to mark off your calendar! The Friends of the Trojans is having their annual auction Saturday, April 22 in our 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.

 

February 17
Magnetic Hill School News!

On Saturday, February 18th, Magnetic Hill School will be hosting a family day in conjunction with Trites Maples at their Sugar bush in Stilesville. The event will run from 9-2:30 with maple taffy on the snow, a bbq, bake sale, maple products for purchase and live musicians.  Bring your family out and enjoy an active day in the sugar bush, get a sneak preview of sugaring off season, and support Magnetic Hill School. All proceeds go towards technology projects at the school. Storm Date February 19th. The Trites Maples Sugar bush is located behind Visions United Church on Gorge Road in Stilesville. The Camp is the last one on the trail, the large building with the green roof at the end of the trail. For more information please contact Magnetic Hill School. 856-3428

February 17
Petitcodiac Regional School News!

​By virtue of their win last weekend at Regionals, the Petitcodiac Regional School senior boys basketball team will host a Sectional tournament this week-end:

Fri. Feb 17: 6:30 pm Minto vs Fredericton Christian Academy

                  8:15 pm Petitcodiac vs McAdam

Sat. Feb. 18: 1:00 pm Winners from Friday night games

Come out and cheer on the Panthers! 

Daily admission prices are determined by NBIAA: $5 adults, $2 students, free for children under age 12.                

 

February 17
Evergreen Park School News!

WiSP author Elizabeth Copeland will be presenting to our grade 3 classes on Tuesday, February 21st (snow date Wednesday, February 22nd). Elizabeth is the author of the award-winning novella, JAZZ and has written short stories, personal essays, poems, monologues and a musical play. She has also worked with Second City doing improve comedy and facilitates innovative workshops designed to support people to live more creative lives through poetry, song and story. We are very excited to have Ms. Copeland come and speak to us through the Writers in the School Program.​

February 17
Salisbury Elementary School News!

​The Welcome to Kindergarten event that had been scheduled for February 16th has been rescheduled to ​March 2nd at 4:00. This event is for students that will be attending kindergarten at Salisbury Elementary School next year and their parents.

February 17
Moncton High School News!

 

Moncton High Drama Presents

“Knights on Broadway” a selection of Broadway favorites

When: February 21 & 22

Where: Moncton High Great Hall

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

Tickets Available online through Moncton High website (School Cash)

Contact number – 856-3439

Moncton High School and Friends of the Knights are hosting an “Auction and Dance” on April 1
st.  Tickets are $30 each and can be purchased at the school office or online through School Cash.  Should you want to reserve a table of 8 for your group at $240, please contact the school at 856-3439 as soon as possible to guarantee your spot.
 

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

February 10
Caledonia Regional School News!

Oulton College has organized a “mini post-secondary tour” once again this year. It was a great success last year and a perfect opportunity for students in grades 11 & 12 to gather information on post-secondary training without leaving their own school! 

The tour will be held on Tuesday, February 14th at Caledonia Regional High School during period 4 from 1:17-2:14.

The mini post-secondary tour will:

  • provide grade 12 students a chance to explore local PSE options;

  • encourage grade 12 students already accepted an opportunity to ask questions about scholarships, housing, etc.

  • give grade 11 students opportunity to explore PSE programs as they make course selection decisions for grade 12.

Participating post-secondary institutions include: Oulton College, Mount Allison University, NBCC, CCNB, McKenzie College, Medes College, Baytech College, Moncton Flight College, Institut Jon Raymond, Crandall University, Eastern College, ACTM and U de M.

 

A team of Caledonia teachers is working on a Deep Learning Initiative to enhance student learning at Caledonia. The initiative is kicking off with the Heritage Fair project in Grade 6. Students will be collaborating with an array of teachers and community members to delve into the aspects of Canadian Heritage that pertain to their individual passions and interests. Look out for a Heritage Fair like no other!

 

 

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