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November 17
Bernice MacNaughton High School News!

​How to Kiss a Girl:

BMHS Drama kicks off its 2017-18 season with “How to Kiss a Girl” (and other one act plays).  The show opens Wednesday, November 22nd and runs for three nights.  All shows start at 7:30pm.  $7 students and $10 for adults.

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Looking for a truck to help with the Xmas Float:

If you are aware of a flatbed that the BMHS Float Committee could use for a float in this year's Moncton Santa Claus Parade, please call us at (506) 856-3528 and ask to speak to Rhonda.

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Grad photos:

It's that time of year where Grads have their photos taken!  Appointments have already been made, but just a reminder that they happen from Nov 20th to Nov 28th.

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Winter Formal:
Mark the date!  BMHS Winter Formal happens on 
Thursday, Dec 21st, from 7PM to 10PM.
The theme is Winter in Paris.
Price is $7 for BMHS students and $10 for guests.
It will be a video dance and there will be some snacks provided by our 
Culinary Tech Students
November 17
Riverview East School News!

The RES boys and girls volleyball teams are busy practicing and playing in the middle school division.

Our grade 8 students have taken on a great project at school. They are responsible for the recycling of materials in the cafeteria, and teaching the younger grades how to sort and recycle.

RES is fortunate to be partnered with the Atlantic Ballet Theatre. Our Kindergarten students are taught dance outcomes based on the provincial curriculum by a professional ballet dancer. On Friday, November 24th, our Kindergarten students will be performing to showcase what they learned. Members of the Atlantic Ballet Theatre will then perform.

RES chess club has begun, grades 1-8. We have over 100 students learning and playing chess!

Our school's gymnastics team has been practicing and working hard in preparation for the district gymnastics competition.

November 17
Frank L. Bowser News

​There will be a Home and School Meeting (all are welcome) on Tuesday, Nov. 22nd at 6:30 at the school.

Popcorn Day is on Thursday, Nov. 23rd.

Report cards go home to grade 1-5 students on Friday, Nov. 24th.  Please review with your children their goals and accomplishments this first term.

 

​​​The Frank L. Bowser Playground Project is now one year in to their endeavor to replace the aging All World Super Play Park. After much consultation with the children, parents, and community we have used their input to narrow down the selection of a builder to two candidates. Both companies are committed to our vision of keeping the same look and feel as the current play park and incorporating elements of accessibility and inclusiveness. This is a very exciting time!

Please join us on Sunday November 19th for our family friendly VIP Night at the Riverview Lions Club (7:00pm-8:00pm) where we will do a presentation on the vision we have, the progress we have made, and our fundraising efforts.

This is a great opportunity to speak with members of our committee and share stories from the original build back in 1994. We will have photo albums, slide shows, and memories to share from the community effort nearly 25 years ago. Come relive the memories.

 

The All World Super Play Park at FLB is planned to be replaced in the summer of 2018.  Last year our FLB Playground Project committee (www.flbplaygroundproject.com<http://www.flbplaygroundproject.com>) solicited feedback from the students, parents, and teachers alike; one thing was very clear, they all want something with a similar look and feel.  We have started the process of fundraising, and we are kicking off this school year by partnering with the Riverview Lions Club to put on a Chase the Ace.  Tickets will be available Wednesdays and Fridays from 5:30pm-7:30pm at the Five Bridges Pub, and Sundays from 6pm-8pm at the Riverview Lions Club.  The draws will take place every Sunday at 8:15pm at the Lions Club hall.  For full details visit www.riverviewcta.com<http://www.riverviewcta.com> or visit us on Facebook. (https://www.facebook.com/riverviewcta/).

 

 

 

 

 

November 17
Harrison Trimble High School News!

Last week, during parent-teacher interviews, Trimble’s Entrepreneurship students set up a variety of business. We are happy to announce that those students were able to raise over $800 for “No Elf Left Behind” and over $1000 total for charities. No Elf Left Behind is a school-based charity that provides gifts and food for families in need during the holiday season. Great job to all involved!!

This Sunday from 10 AM - 5 PM in our gymnasium, the Friends of the Trojans will be hosting their first Craft Fair. There are over 40 tables with an assortment of products and goodies. Cost of admission is only $2.00. Please enter in through the gym entrance. We hope to see you all there.​

November 17
Moncton High School News!

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


Moncton High School students are busy preparing a fantastic musical that will take place the end of November.  "We Will Rock You" is based on the music of Queen and will feature a live band as well as amazing vocals!  Mark your calendars on November 23, 24 or 26 to join us for an entertaining evening.  Tickets are now available at the MHS school office.​

November 17
Petitcodiac Regional School News!

​Petitcodiac Regional School will host the annual Petitcodiac Invitational Boys & Girls Basketball Tournament on Friday and Saturday, November 24th & 25th. The Panther boys will take on Grand Manan Friday at 1:30 pm, Stanley Friday at 8:30 pm and Caledonia Saturday at 5:00pm, while the Panther girls will play Sugarloaf Friday at 6:45 pm, Cambridge-Narrows Saturday at 12:30 pm and Bonar Law Saturday at 6:30 pm. The round-robin tournament runs from Friday  1:30-10:00 pm and Saturday 9:30 am - 8:00 pm. 

November 17
Bessborough Bengal News

Friday, November 24th will be popcorn and PJ or jersey day at Bessborough School. Funds raised will be used to purchase turkeys for the annual Sue Stultz turkey drive.

On November 23 the Bessborough Home and School will hold a fundraiser at Chapters in Dieppe. A percentage of sales that night will go back to Bessborough school.

November 17
Lou MacNarin School News!

​Mrs. Steeves and Mme. Roy are hosting a "Let's Make our Stars Shine Bright" event at Lou MacNarin School thanks to a Canada 150 grant.  Nov.  24th is an evening planned for students in grades 3, 4, and 5.  First the students will be taking part in STEM projects and activities.  The evening will wrap up with star gazing using our new telescope (weather permitting).  Ms. Steeves has been running an astronomy club for over two years which is building a love of the stars in our school.  This should be an exciting evening. 


Lou MacNarin silent auction opens Dec. 2nd and runs until the 5th.  With over one hundred items the auction is a great place to pick up a few Christmas gifts while supporting a local school. 

November 17
Evergreen Park School News!

The Great Pajama Rally is taking place at EPS during the month of November. Our grade 7-8 Alphastars’ leadership group is working hard to be able to donate as many pairs of pajamas as possible to kids at Headstart, Moncton Crossroads for Women, and students in our own school. If you would like to help with this rally, please drop off a new pair of pajamas (from baby to adult) in the box located in the lobby, any time between 8:00 am​​-4:00 pm, before the end of November.


We are pleased to announce that EPS will be participating in the Moncton Wildcats “Reading is Wild” program. The goal of the program is to get kids to embrace the joy and rewards of reading. The set goal for our EPS students is to read 12 000 books. The Reading is Wild Program will officially begin on November 17th following a kick-off assembly Friday morning and will run for a period of 10 weeks (taking into account Christmas break). Each time the students read a book (a chapter in a novel), either in school or at home, it will be recorded and added to the school's total. Progress of the school’s reading numbers will be tracked in the Times & Transcript and the Wildcats Website on a weekly basis throughout the entire program. Readers will be able to earn “Reader of the Week” status and prizes and complimentary game coupons will be sent for all of the students to attend an upcoming Wildcats game! We are so excited to discover just how wild reading can be at EPS!


Parent-Teacher Conferences will be held on Thursday evening, November 30th from 5:30-7:30 p.m. and on Friday morning, December 1st, from 8:30-11:30 a.m. A reminder that there will be no school for students on Friday, December 1st, due to Parent-Teacher Conferences and Professional Development for Teachers.

 

On Wednesday, November 30th, many grade 8 Alphastars will be travelling to Halifax to attend Free the Children’s Atlantic We Day. Free the Children is a world-renowned international charity started by two Canadians, Craig and Marc Kielburger. This event celebrates the volunteer efforts of young people who help less advantaged peers. One cannot buy a ticket to We Day; instead groups and individuals who wish to attend must earn their way through local and global initiatives. At We Day, students will have an opportunity to listen to international speakers and musicians. The students are extremely excited to have such an opportunity!

November 10
Harrison Trimble High School News!

Trimble is very proud to announce that 16 of our students from grade 10 to 12 who have shown a keen interest in Entrepreneurship and business in general, many of whom are currently pursuing their own ventures or who are planning to pursue commerce after graduation, will be taking part in an intensive 2 day experience at the Venn Center in downtown Moncton November 21st and 22nd. This session will be led by the people at Entrepreneurship New Brunswick and the Youth Entrepreneurship Challenge and will be facilitated by a number of business people and Entrepreneurial mentors from our community. Over the two days students will go through the process of idea generation, planning, pitching, validating and pivoting real ideas which can be pursued in our school and community. We were successful in receiving grant money through the Canada 150 Entrepreneurship application process, this along with the gracious donations of time and resources will make this fantastic experience possible!​

Next Thursday, November 16, Chapters in Dieppe will be hosting Trimble’s 3rd Annual Literacy Night.  Come on out and help to support classroom libraries and the purchase of books in  our school. It’s also a great time to start your Christmas shopping and enjoy a beverage at Starbucks.  Entertainment will also be provided by Trimble students.

At our first family donaation night, Harrison Trimble had nine successful blood donations. Thanks to the staff and parents who braved the wet weather and turned out to give their time as well as the gift of life.

November 10
Caledonia Regional News!


On November 21st Caledonia Regional High School Grade 12 Liam Gunton will speak at the Cybersecurity Conference "BSides" in Fredericton. His presentation titled "My P.L.A.C.E. - Personalized Learning and Cybersecurity Education" will speak about his involvement in a virtual co-op with Bulletproof Solutions, captaining the school's Cyber Titan Team, preparing for the CISSP standards exam and seeking immediate employment in the cybersecurity industry after graduation in June. For more information contact his coach Mr. Kelly at 734-3710.

 

Mr. Kelly is a Global Minecraft Mentor working with the Seattle team. He wants all parents to know that on November 18th Minecraft is live-streaming a massive global event called "Minecon Earth" which is guaranteed to please Minecraft fans of all ages. Costume contests, big announcements and a sense of global community are just a few reasons to gather together as Minecraft Fans and watch! Efforts are being made to bring Minecraft Education Edition to all students at Caledonia Regional as the classroom benefits of this flexible game are heralded worldwide. 

 

On November 29th Microsoft's VP of Windows and Device Group Terry Myerson will Skype live with Game Development, Minecraft Education and Mixed Reality students at Caledonia Regional. CRHS has one of the county's only Microsoft HoloLens devices in K-12 education thanks to Brilliant Labs and students also have been creating Windows games for years using Unity3D software. Microsoft's "Skype-a-thon" runs November 28th to 29th this year! Mr. Kelly is a Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert and students are benefiting daily and directly from this distinction. 

 

 

November 10
Frank L. Bowser News

​Mad Science for K - 5 students will be starting on Tuesday, November 14th as an after school program.  The program runs every Tuesdays up to and including  December 19th.   

   Times:  K- 2 from 1:35 to 2:35

               3 - 5 from 2:40 to 3:40

 

Papa John's Family Pizza Night is this upcoming Wednesday, November 15th.  On the 3rd Wednesday of every month, Papa John's will donate 20%of all online orders and phone purchases to Frank L. Bowser School.

 

The All World Super Play Park at FLB is planned to be replaced in the summer of 2018.  Last year our FLB Playground Project committee (www.flbplaygroundproject.com<http://www.flbplaygroundproject.com>) solicited feedback from the students, parents, and teachers alike; one thing was very clear, they all want something with a similar look and feel.  We have started the process of fundraising, and we are kicking off this school year by partnering with the Riverview Lions Club to put on a Chase the Ace.  Tickets will be available Wednesdays and Fridays from 5:30pm-7:30pm at the Five Bridges Pub, and Sundays from 6pm-8pm at the Riverview Lions Club.  The draws will take place every Sunday at 8:15pm at the Lions Club hall.  For full details visit www.riverviewcta.com<http://www.riverviewcta.com> or visit us on Facebook. (https://www.facebook.com/riverviewcta/).

 

 

 

November 09
Bessborough Bengal News

Bessborough School, with the help of leadership students, recognized the efforts of Canadian Military and Peace Keepers through our annual Remembrance Day Ceremony. ​I special thank you to Mrs. Prianti, Miss Patt, Mrs. Mann and Mr. Legge for organizing the ceremony.

Bessborough School collected 687 food items (625 pounds of food!) through their annual WE Scare Hunger food drive. Representatives from Taylor Ford picked up the food at Bessborough and delivered it to the Food Depot Alimentaire.

November 09
Lou MacNarin School News!

​The grade two class of Mrs. Steeves is feeding composting worms their left over lunches and snacks to create compost.  They are also working on the compost outside in ​​​a raised bed.  The goal is to have lots of compost ready for the community garden in the spring. 


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he grade five class of Mme Robichaud decided to call Harvest House and ask what kinds of donations that they were in need of.  They found out that people do not often think to donate socks.  We tend to wear our socks until they are full of holes.  The class then decided to declare October "Socktober".  They made posters and collected socks every Friday from the classes.  After counting up all the donations they had 733 pairs of socks to donate to harvest house.  What a great way to give back to the community. ​


​The students of Lou MacNarin School each colored a poppy to fill the letters of the word THANKS so that we can display our thanks to those who served and continue to serve our country. ​



November 09
Magnetic Hill School News!

Join us for the Magnetic Hill

Christmas Tea and Craft Fair!

Saturday, November 18th 9:00am – 2:00pm

(Tea 11:00am – 1:00pm)

This is a wonderful event to kick off your Christmas shopping while supporting the school and our local vendors. Some of the vendors we already have booked include: Norwex, CVAC Christmas Wreaths, Homemade Rustics, Pink Zebra Home, Mary Kay, Epicure, Young Living, Watkins, Kathy's Knits, Stampin' Up!, Voxx, Arbonne, Julie’s Dog Treats, Avon, Trites Maples, Paper Dolls, Keep Collective, Owlocity, Barefoot Books, and many other vendors selling their beautiful handmade gifts, décor items, and Christmas treasures!

This event is fully booked, so bring your wallet and get your Christmas shopping done at Magnetic Hill!

Come for lunch, too! The Christmas Tea is happening during the Craft Fair from 11am-1pm. This tea has been going on EVERY year since the school opened 54 years ago!! The Grade 8s students will serve you a lovely lunch consisting of sandwiches, wraps, sweets, squares, cakes and tea, coffee and juice. Tickets are $8.00 or $25 for a family and can be bought at the door.

This is a wonderful way to kick off the holiday season!

 

November 09
Evergreen Park School News!

School picture retakes will be on Wednesday, November 15th.

It’s Hat Day at EPS on Wednesday, November 15th. Anyone choosing to wear a hat will pay $1, the proceeds of which will go to our Goodwill Fund. This fund helps support families in need in our community.

The Great Pajama Rally is taking place at EPS during the month of November. Our grade 7-8 Alphastars’ leadership group is working hard to be able to donate as many pairs of pajamas as possible to kids at Headstart, Moncton Crossroads for Women, and students in our own school. If you would like to help with this rally, please drop off a new pair of pajamas (from baby to adult) in the box located in the lobby, any time between 8:00-4:00 pm, before the end of November.

November 09
Moncton High School News!

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

Moncton High School students are busy preparing a fantastic musical that will take place the end of November.  "We Will Rock You" is based on the music of Queen and will feature a live band as well as amazing vocals!  Mark your calendars on November 23, 24 or 26 at 7 PM to join us for an entertaining evening or catch the matinee at 1PM on the 25th.  Tickets are now available at the MHS school office.​

November 09
Havelock School News!

​​​​​​​​​The Havelock School Grade 5 students will be sending out 18 take-home suppers to local veterans and their family members. This annual event consists of the students preparing potato scallop, ham, coleslaw and apple pies using our secret Havelock pastry recipe.    

November 03
RHS Band Association News!

The executive of the Riverview High Band Parent Association wishes to invite you to our students Christmas Band Concert performance.

The concert will be held on December 14th, 2017 at 6pm in the auditorium of Riverview High School. The address is 400 Whitepine Rd, Riverview, NB.

 There is no charge for this wonderful showcase of talent.

 If you have any questions regarding the event please let me know by email or direct to my cell phone 862-8857.

November 03
Caledonia Regional School News!

Caledonia Regional’s Cyber Titan Cybersecurity Team coached by Mr. Kelly will compete Friday November 3rd against North America in Round One of Cyber Patriot X.  Students fix badly corrupted operating systems in a 6 hour collaborative team effort and are scored as they identify and solve issues. For more info call the school at 734-3710. 

In keeping with a 14 year tradition, Caledonia Regional High will once again be hosting Christmas and Crafts at Caledonia. The Grads work very hard throughout the year to raise money for their Prom. Christmas & Crafts at Caledonia is their way to bring the community together while raising funds for their Prom. In addition to the entire Gymnasium full of crafts, treats and other goodies, the Grads will host a canteen. Admission is free for this event – just bring your shopping bags! This is a great opportunity to shop local and get started on your holiday shopping!

The Craft Fair will run from Friday, November 3 from 5:00 – 9:00pm and Saturday, November 4 from 9:00-2:00pm.

Remembrance Day Service - CRHS staff and students will honour the veterans of World War I, World War II, the Korean War, and the Afghan Mission on Wednesday, November 8 during a school wide assembly starting at 10:15am.  Through poetry, music, and readings, the events of the Battle of Passchendaele in 1917, and the Dieppe Raid of 1942 will be remembered.  “Lest We Forget”

 

November 03
Harrison Trimble High School News!

Harrison Trimble is hosting its first ever staff and student-bring-your-parent blood drive at Canadian Blood Services clinic, Mapleton Road, on November 6th from 6:00 to 8:00 pm. Students of our great school who are unable to donate themselves due to age/other restrictions can sign up to bring a parent/guardian/older sibling to give the gift of life on their behalf. Join HTHS staff members as Remembrance Day approaches and we honour those who gave their lives in service to our country through the simple act of donating blood.

There is a sign-up sheet posted outside of the office area with various appointment times available.​

November 03
Petitcodiac Regional School News!

Soccer news: ​Congratulations to the PRS senior girls soccer team on qualifying through regionals last week-end and advancing to provincials this week-end. The girls will take on the Hartland Huskies at 10:30 a.m. Saturday in Woodstock. Go Panthers Go!

Parent-teacher interviews for grades 6-12 will take place Thursday evening, November 9th, from 6-8 p.m. All parents are encouraged to attend.

Grades 9-12 report cards will be distributed Wednesday, November 8th.

 

November 03
Evergreen Park School News!

EPS students and staff would like to express their thanks to the parents and to the community for their support during our fourth annual Walkathon fundraiser. It was a success due to the fact that everyone worked together towards a common goal. To date, we have raised just over $13 000. A sincere thank you to Moncton Northwest MLA Ernie Steeves and to Ward 3 Councillor Brian Butler for taking time out of their busy schedules to walk with our students during the event.

On Thursday, November 10th, we will be having our Remembrance Day ceremony in the gymnasium. Parents or family members who are or were in the Armed Forces and/or Protective Services (i.e.: firefighters, RCMP, etc…) and veterans are invited to be part of our Colour Parade. If you are able to attend, please call Mr. Keirstead (VP) to confirm. We will meet in the school library at 9:50 a.m. Any students who are in youth groups such as Sparks, Brownies, Beavers, Cubs, Scouts, or Cadets are also invited to be part of our Colour Parade. These students are asked to wear their uniforms to school that day.

School picture retakes will be on Wednesday, November 15th.

November 03
Bessborough Bengal News!

Bessborough Leadership students volunteered at the 6th annual Monster Trot and Bar-boo-Q at the coliseum on Saturday, October 28th. Proceeds support the Atlantic Wellness Center, which provides counseling services free of charge to young adults aged 12-21.

 

Another fabulous meal was prepared for the Ronald McDonald Room, located in the Moncton Hospital, by Bessborough Leadership students and staff. On Monday, October 30th, students prepared chili, corn chips and homemade macaroons. Students work as a team to plan the menu, fundraise for groceries and prepare the meal.

 

Bessborough will be collecting non-perishable food items for their annual WE Scare Hunger food drive until Monday, November 6th. Each month, over 850,000 Canadians require help from food banks—more than one third of these individuals are children and youth. Help us scare away hunger by donating to your local food bank!

November 03
Moncton High School News!

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


The 5th annual Girls Knight Out (GKO) is taking place this year on Thursday, November 9th after school until 9 pm (there is no school the next day).  Registration for this night will take place at lunch starting October 12th.  This is an empowering night for all females and their role models.  We encourage any students interested in attending a free night filled with food, prizes, learning, laughter, activities and much much more, to come on out and enjoy this amazing yearly event.  You can sign up for different sessions and bring along a female role model.  We hope to see you register soon!

 

The Moncton High School Varsity Girls Basketball team will be hosting one of the largest single division basketball tournaments in Atlantic Canada this year November 10
th to 12th.  There will be 5 teams from N.B. and 5 teams from N.S. competing at this year’s event.  The majority of games will be played at Moncton High School, but there will also be a few games played at HTHS.  Admission is $10 for a tournament pass and $5 for a day pass.  It should be a great weekend of basketball.

 


Moncton High School students are busy preparing a fantastic musical that will take place the end of November.  "We Will Rock You" is based on the music of Queen and will feature a live band as well as amazing vocals!  Mark your calendars on November 23, 24 or 26 to join us for an entertaining evening.  Tickets will be available starting November 1st at the MHS school office."​

October 27
Riverview Middle School News!

RMS CHAPTERS FUNdraiser – On Wednesday, November 15th from 6-9pm, Riverview Middle School will be holding its semi-annual fundraiser to support classroom libraries.  RMS has a reading culture, and to help foster that, we like to provide our students with a variety of reading material in their classrooms.  To make sure we are able to do this, we have partnered with CHAPTERS to help raise funds for teachers to purchase novels for their classrooms.  So far, each fundraiser we’ve had has been a huge success due to all the support we have received from our community.  We are hoping to repeat the success we have had in the past.  Join us for music, purchase a novel for yourself, and treat yourself to a Starbucks.  Come one, come all and help support the love of reading!  See you there!

October 27
Petitcodiac Regional School News!

Picture Retake Day is October 30th.

A group of French Immersion students will travel to Universite de Moncton to participate in a forum,  “Francais pour l’avenir” on Tuesday October 31st.

Take Our Kids to Work™ day is coming up! On Wednesday, November 1st, Grade 9 students across Canada will spend the day at the workplace of a parent, relative, friend or volunteer host. This special day is the signature program of The Learning Partnership, a national charitable organization dedicated to supporting, promoting and advancing public education in Canada. Parents and guardians are encouraged to be aware of the work that their children are engaging in on this day and ask questions about the health and safety provisions. Please ensure that your daughter/son returns the signed permission slip on time to her/his high school before Nov 1st.  If you have any questions about this day please check out the Take our Kids to Work website at the Learning Partnership.ca or contact the school.

October 27
Dorchester Consolidated School News!

​On Monday, October 30th, MLA Bernard LeBlanc will visit the middle school at DCS in preparation for our Legislative Visit. Students are very excited and have planned a  serious of questions for this day. 


 

On Tuesday, October 31st students will dress in costumes  and parade around the gym, while judges from the local Keillor House will be on hand. 


 

Picture retakes will be held on November 8th first thing in the morning. 


 

Also on November 8, we will be having our Remembrance Day ceremony at 10:30 a.m. with the local Legion visiting, every year prizes are awarded for posters, essays and poems thanks to the generous donation of our local legion.

October 27
Harrison Trimble High School News!

This weekend Trimble students will be volunteering their time at the annual "Monster Trot" happening at the Moncton Coliseum from 10 AM - 4 PM on Saturday. Kids will have the chance to dress up and go trick or treating from booth to booth collecting Halloween candy from dressed up Harrison Trimble students.

October 27
Frank L. Bowser School News!

​October 31st will be Harvest Day at our school.  All students will participate in a multi-age, curriculum based activity day.  Staff and students are encouraged to wear their plaid shirts.

 

World Super Play Park at FLB is planned to be replaced in the summer of 2018.  Last year our FLB Playground Project committee (www.flbplaygroundproject.com<http://www.flbplaygroundproject.com>) solicited feedback from the students, parents, and teachers alike; one thing was very clear, they all want something with a similar look and feel.  We have started the process of fundraising, and we are kicking off this school year by partnering with the Riverview Lions Club to put on a Chase the Ace.  Tickets will be available Wednesdays and Fridays from 5:30pm-7:30pm at the Five Bridges Pub, and Sundays from 6pm-8pm at the Riverview Lions Club.  The draws will take place every Sunday at 8:15pm at the Lions Club hall.  For full details visit www.riverviewcta.com<http://www.riverviewcta.com> or visit us on Facebook. (https://www.facebook.com/riverviewcta/).

 

 

 

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