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January 18
Riverview Middle School News!

On Friday, December 14th, Riverview Middle School's library was converted into a public market as students hosted their first ever Young Entrepreneurship Show! Peter Bouma and Stuart Murray's students have been participating in PowerPlay Young Entrepreneurs, an engaging, hands-on program that empowers students to develop their own business. More than 50 enterprising students committed to building new skills displayed their business plans and marketed their products to the public.


We had roughly 800 visitors comprised of students, staff, parents, district and other community members. The students' sold over $2400 worth of products in just three hours!! They also donated $120 to The Humanity Project and $120 to the Greater Moncton SPCA!​Gregg Ingersoll.jpg

January 18
Bessborough School News!

Bessborough Leadership students have added to the list of clubs they run during lunch time on a daily basis. Bessborough's Math Enrichment Club will meet every Wednesday to work collaboratively, under the supervision of a teacher, on math contests that challenge and promote students' problem solving skills.

On Monday, January 21st, Bessborough Leadership students and staff will be volunteering in the Ronald McDonald Room located in the Moncton Hospital. Students volunteer with the Home for Dinner Program, which allows families to stay close to their loved ones while they receive treatment at the hospital.

Friday, January 25th, will be Popcorn and Twin or PJ Day at Bessborough School. Funds raised will support the Radiothon to help the Friends of The Moncton Hospital Foundation raise funds to purchase leading-edge medical equipment.  This year, proceeds will be used to help make their most ambitious campaign a success.  The $8 million Extraordinary Care Campaign will help build a new Maternity Newborn Unit and a new Cardiac Care Unit.
January 18
Evergreen Park School News!

The EPS French Fair is taking place this Monday, January 21st from 8:15-9:35 am.  

Tuesday, Jan. 22, Timothy Morrissey will be presenting to Mr. Nason’s Grade 6 class about Mount Everest.  

Friday, January 25, we are celebrating Family Literacy Day with various events taking place across multiple grades.  ​

January 11
Magnetic Hill School News!

Magnetic Hill School is hosting two guest presenters over the next two weeks!
CODE MOBILE are with us this Thursday and Friday working with our grade 4-8 students.

These are beginner-friendly, hands-on workshops that teach youth computational thinking and technical skills in a social and collaborative way. The workshop include a combination of kinesthetic ‘unplugged’ activities as well as ‘plugged’ activities using visual coding tools. Educational programs, like Scratch and programmable robotics, we are used to provide experiences for our students emphasizing collaboration and empowerment through technology.


MADD is coming to Magnetic Hill School on Friday January 18th.

The presentation for our Middle Level Students is called “No Tomorrow”
With the Legalization and Regulation of Cannabis, our NEW production "No Tomorrow" emphasizes the consequences of not only alcohol and driving but also of drugs and driving.


For more information please contact Magnetic Hill School.



January 11
Frank L. Bowser School News!

The following activities are scheduled for the upcoming week.

Bricks 4 Kidz starts Tuesday.

ELF Readers starts Tuesday.

Gr3 Boys & Girls Power Hour starts Thursday at lunch time. 

Gr 5 Badminton starts Friday at lunch time.

There will be a Home & School meeting on Wednesday at 6:30. Sobeys Dietician will give a session on school lunch ideas.

PSSCmeeting will be held  on Thursday at 6:30.

CODE MOBILE sessions for all K-5 students are scheduled for Thursday and Friday.

January 11
Salem Elementary School News!

​Parents of current Kindergarten students are invited to attend a parent information meeting regarding the French as a second language (French Immersion) program.  The meeting will take place Monday, January 14 at 6:30 in our multi-purpose room.  Hope to see you there!

Salem's Learning Adventures for grade 3 and 4 students will begin January 29th! Students will participate in a variety of learning opportunities including STEM, Sports and Wellness, Fine Arts, and Community Connections!

January 11
Evergreen Park School News!

Evergreen Park School is proud to be offering Yoga as a staff wellness initiative after school twice per week.  Our boys’ and girls’ basketball teams are excited to begin play next week and we will also be offering another Bricks 4 Kidz program beginning on Monday, January 14th after school.  ​

January 11
Northrop Frye School News!


Northrop Frye School will be hosting its annual STEM fair the last week of February.  Contact Kyle Agnew or Ellen Jost for further details.  

Senator Nancy Hartling is visiting Northrop Frye School Wednesday, January 16th.  She will be explaining the role of the Senate as students explore the topic of Empowerment.  Contact Brice Betts for further details.


Northrop Frye Home & School News:

Our next meeting will be held on Wednesday, January 23rd at 7pm in the school cafeteria. Everyone welcome!

The next Pizza & Movie night is right around the corner! Pre-order your pizza on School Cash Online (will be set up soon) & join us on Friday, February 1st at 5:45 for supper.


Ralph Breaks the Internet will be playing on the big screen beginning at 6:15.


Lastly, Johnny’s 2 For 1 Coupon Book (2019 NB Edition) is being released before the end the month and we are selling them in Support of Northrop Frye Home & School. You must pre-order your book via School Cash online. Deadline to order is Jan. 25th. Order your Johnny’s 2 For 1 Coupon Book today, Support a great cause, and be one of the first to start saving with the new edition! Everything is better when you pay half price! Don’t forget to order for your family, neighbours, and friends! Our school benefits greatly from this fundraiser!


Northrop Frye School PSSC will host its next general meeting on Monday, January 14th, 2019.  Start time is 7 pm.





January 11
Bessborough School News!

Leadership students raised $380.05 for the Bessborough Families in Need Fund through their Popcorn and PJ Day on Friday, December 14th.


Leadership students held their Christmas Bengal Pride Assembly on Friday Dec. 21st. Three leadership students MC'd the assembly which recognizes Bengals At their Best and Bengal Pride. As well, students sang chorals, watched a slideshow and the leadership students provided a Christmas skit. Happy Hollidays.

January 11
Indigenous Education News!

We will be offering our first KAIROS Blanket Exercise this year to our Guidance counselors on the 16th. Guidance counselors will also be participating in other sessions geared toward gaining a better understanding of strengths and needs of our Indigenous students. ​

December 17
Riverview Middle School News!

Students from Riverview Middle School have collected items for the less fortunate this holiday season!   Saturday, December 15th they were involved in preparing and serving a meal to the homeless at the Harvest House, as well as distributing gifts, hats, gloves, mitts and other items of necessity.   This initiative was a great way to demonstrate hope and compassion towards others.   WAY TO GO RMS!

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December 14
West Riverview Elementary School News!

The West Riverview Elementary School Peace Leaders do a lot for our school. These students help run assemblies,  promote peace, positive virtues and friendship. They have also been helping with fundraising this term. This year they have chosen The Greater Moncton SPCA as one of their charities to support. Here they are presenting their first cheque to Dave Rogers of the SPCA.​


December 14
Caledonia Regional High School News!

Caledonia News

20 students from grades 6-12 will be traveling to several local nursing homes on Friday, 14 December for caroling with our community senior citizens.

CRHS presents our annual December Variety Show on Wednesday, 19 December, involving over 100 students.



December 14
Harrison Trimble High School News

​The HTHS swim team had their best ever showing at last weeks provincial swim meet. The kids worked hard and there were some nail biter races.  The JV girls medley relay team took home a bronze medal medal.  The JV girls 4 x 50 free relay team took home gold in a race that appeared to be won by less than a fingertip. The JV team placed 6th overall and specifically the JV Girls placed 4th overall. Way to go Trojans!

December 14
Evergreen Park School News!

This week, Evergreen Park School was fortunate to have Donny Moore, a parent of Evergreen Park School students, come in and play his violin for us.  The students really enjoyed it.  Today, we have Shelley Bean singing some holiday favourites for us.  The holiday formal last night was a fantastic success, thanks in large part to our Parent Committee. 

We are very proud of our Boys and Girls volleyball teams who both managed to bring home banners at the district volleyball championships.  Basketball tryouts will continue this week and next. ​ 

December 14
Indigenous Education News!


Grade 9 teachers received training last year on the new supplement for the Grade 9 ‘Canadian identities’ social studies program. This professional learning will be expanded upon in the new year by bringing together teachers to reflect on their implementation and work in collaboration to continue to deliver this curriculum. One high school held a ‘Day of Reconciliation’ where students presented a project entitled ‘My Act of Reconciliation’. The projects ranged from making bannock to multi media presentations to interviewing local community members from Elsipogtog and Fort Folly. This problem based experiential approach led to deep learning for many students.



Grade 3 and 4 teachers will be coming together in February to further their professional learning and work collaboratively on the grade 3 treaty education resource that was rolled out last spring.


A local high school will be hosting an Indigenous Youth United Nations Summit in the coming Spring. Youth delegates will be invited from communities around the province to work together on Indigenous Issues facing our youth today. Information packages were mailed to schools and Chiefs in each community.


Several schools are inviting Elders and Culture Keepers into their classrooms to enrich the First Nation Education curriculum for their students. Thus far, we have had 6 schools host our community members in this way.


One of our high schools has chosen a list of 10 different books that have Indigenous content as an upcoming teaching and learning opportunity for their students. This project is in full swing and going very well! Here is the list:

1.      The Marrow Thieves

2.      Son of a Trickster

3.      Keeper 'n Me

4.      The Break

5.      My Name is Not Easy

6.      Medicine Walk

7.      If I Ever Get out of Here

8.      The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian

9.      Touching Spirit Bear

10.  Indian Horse


A sub-committee is working with local Elders on creating ‘one pagers’ for Educators on various local topics. Some of these include:

-What is the history and cultural significance of ‘Circles’?

-Why do we do a territorial acknowledgement?

-Mi’kmaq traditions

-What are the Seven Sacred Teachings?



School staffs and small groups of teachers are participating in circles and professional learning opportunities with the Subject Coordinator to share initiatives with one another on Indigenous Education. We discuss the ‘what’, ‘why’ and ‘how’.


A group of teachers who are First Nations are working with the Subject Coordinator on various initiatives in our district. This advisory group came together with the Chief and Cultural Coordinator at Fort Folly First Nation to discuss our district priorities and share with one another.


Schools are beginning to commit to hosting a ceremony to accept the Mi’kmaq flag for display.

RED (Respect, Equity and Diversity)

An assembly was held at one of our high schools to show the video from the NCRT website was played for the teachers and student body  along with the promotion of the Katimavik petition to have a flag flown at city hall. The Respect, Equity and Diversity group will be meeting with the First Nation Education Subject Coordinator in the New Year to discuss next steps for their school.




A representative attended the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples conference in Vancouver. The conference provided opportunities to gain knowledge in respect to how to embed this into our education system. Examples of initiatives, systems, structures, projects and experiential learning opportunities were shared and have been brought back to share with our colleagues in schools. You can see the Opening Ceremony below…




Many teachers have completed online courses in Indigenous Studies – particularly as it applies to Reconciliation through Education. If you are interested in these free courses, please contact our Subject Coordinator.


Grade 6 students at a middle school are studying the elements of culture. On student’s projects, images representing First Nation’s elements of culture were used. For example, symbols like feathers and certain animals were taught to students and then in turn they used them as a symbol for North American culture. In addition, students are participating in talking circles to further demonstrate that the First Nations’ history is not a written history but an oral history passed down from generation to generation.

December 14
Riverview High School News!

This Week

Monday, Dec. 17th  

CC visits “the Den” for an 8:15 start against boys hockey.

Wednesday, Dec. 19th 

Winter Formal is from 7pm-10pm.

Thursday, Dec. 20th  Coffee House 7 - 9 pm Cost $3

Girls Hockey hosts HTHS in “the Den” for a 7:15 start


Friday, December 21st

Royal Reach Festival in the lower mall. Booths to showcase cultures from all around the world will be set up. Part of the event is a World Cup dodgeball tournament.


The Human Project is collecting new and unused socks to support the Humanity Project. With this early cold, cold winter people are in need more than ever! The Homeless need our help to keep warm and find shelter. They will be collecting every lunch until Dec 21st in the lower mall. Please bring as many as you can. Let’s do our part this winter ❤​

December 14
Bessborough School News!

On Friday, December 14th, Bessborough Leadership students and staff continued their long-standing tradition of decorating Christmas trees in the Neonatal Unit of the Moncton Hospital.


On Tuesday, December 11th, Leadership students raised $908.20 at their bake sale. They would like to thank the Bessborough community for their generous support. Funds raised will go to the international charity WE.


Thank you to all the Bessborough community for coming out to watch our Christmas concert this year. There was an afternoon  and evening performance attended by over 1000 people.


Friday, December 14th, is Popcorn and PJ Day at Bessborough. Monies raised will go to Bessborough's Families in Need Fund.

December 14
Mountain View School!
Mountain View School will be holding it's Christmas Concert on Tuesday, December 18th at 6:30pm at the Irishtown Community Center.  Doors will open at 6:00pm. There will also be a bake sale from 6-6:30pm to help raise funds for the Home and School.
December 14
Frank L. Bowser School News!
Our annual Christmas concert is being held on Tuesday, December 18th.  The afternoon performance is at 12:20 and the evening performance is at 6:30.  Snow date is Wednesday, December 19th.
December 14
Havelock School News!

​The students of Havelock School are proud to present this year's Christmas Concert entitled "Elfis and The Sleigh Riders" Wednesday December 19 at 10 am. (Snow date: Thursday December 20 at 10 am)

December 14
Dorchester Consolidated School News!

Tuesday, Dec. 18 Christmas Concert at 6:00 p.m.

Tuesday, Dec. 19 Turkey Dinner provided by Westmorland Institution.

Wed., Dec. 20 10:30 a.m. Watch our Human Chain of non perishable food items to the food bank.

Dorchester has great news! Our very own Naiya Istvanffy a member of the Junior Perpetual Motion Dance Troup, was one of two dancers from the studio slected for the Royal Winnipeg Ballet's summer  dancer program, along with  girls from Springhill, NS. Naiya was awarded a $2,000 scolarship for the program, the only dancer from the  Atlantic provinces to receive the award.

December 14
Moncton High School News!

MHS is participating in blood drives through Canadian Blood Services during the school year.  If you are a regular donor, please ask for your donation to be included under Moncton High donations.

The MHS Holiday Semi-Formal will be held on December 18th.  Tickets are being pre-sold in school.

Our Christmas concert is going to be on December 19th starting at 6:30.  Performances by our Two Towers Concert Band, MHS Choir, MHS Jazz of the Round Table and many solos, duos, trios and a lot of Christmas Cheer!

Chartwells will be offering Turkey Dinners on December 19th and 20th for $7.​

December 14
Northrop Frye School News!

Under the direction of Music specialist Catherine Bartlette, the Northrop Frye School choir (4-8) recently submitted their entry for the CBC music class challenge.

The 2/3 choir will open the first concert on Holiday concert day - December 19th. First concert is at 8:30 am and second concert is at 12:30 pm featuring our K-4 students. The school band will play just before the second concert as people gather. Tis the season!


Mr. Kyle Agnew (MSTE teacher) from Northrop Frye is the latest recipient winner of a 3D printer compliments of ASD-E.

Mr. Agnew brings much excitement, planning/performing, discsussion, and scientific inquiry to his daily lessons and delivery.


Middle level teacher, Mr. Brice Betts recently completed a wood carving seminar with his students.  The students learned the techniques of whittling and carving. The student creations are amazing! (snowmen/snowwomen).


Northrop Frye School student Impact group, under the direction of Natalie Langille and Rachel O'Brien are conducting a school wide clothing donation drop off and toy drive.  Articles of clothing can be dropped off in the front foyer of the school.  Last day of drop off is Thursday, December 20th, 2018.   



December 07
Bessborough School News!

Bessborough Leadership students have raised over $400 through their button campaign to buy turkeys for the annual Sue Stultz Turkey Drive.


On Friday, December 7th, Bessborough Leadership students will be decorating Christmas trees, with ornaments made by Bessborough students, in the neonatal unit of the Moncton Hospital.


Friday, December 14th, is Popcorn and PJ day at Bessborough. Funds raised will support Bessborough's Families in Need fund.

December 07
Caledonia Regional High School News!

CRHS grade 6 students were inspired to do a fundraiser for The Humanity Project after reading the novel Iqbal. Iqbal demonstrated courage, kindness, generosity, and perseverance. Our students learned even though they are only 11 & 12 years old, they can help others and make a difference. 

 Caledonia Regional’s Cyber Titan international cybersecurity competition team takes to the computers for another full day of fixing malware and solving other unwanted computer software issues Friday December 7th. Hope Steeves, Faith Christopher, and David Wood comprise the team coached by Mr. Kelly. 

All Middle School students at Caledonia Regional have completed the Hour Of Code in celebration of Computer Science Education Week. has hundreds of engaging FREE coding experiences for all ages. Also, some lucky CRHS students got to Skype with real coders who work daily making the world’s most popular game Minecraft! 




December 07
Evergreen Park School News!

EPS participated in the Ring A Bell campaign in support of kids’ mental health.  

The boys and girls volleyball teams are both headed to the playoffs on Monday at the Coliseum and are looking strong.  

Our annual Holiday Dinner takes place next week and we are fortunate to welcome Shelley Bean to present at our assembly next Friday!   ​

December 07
​Riverview High School News!

This Week

There is an early Christmas gift on its way to RHS... a Christmas Improv Show! Come next Wednesday, December 12th and laugh your stockings off. 7 pm in the theatre, and just $5. See you Wednesday!

Concert on Thursday, December 13th featuring the RHS concert band and vocal class. Free will donation at the door to help support the RHS Music Program.

The Human Project is collecting new and unused socks to support the Humanity Project. With this early cold, cold winter people are in need more than ever! The Homeless need our help to keep warm and find shelter. Socks will be collected every lunch until Dec 21st in the lower mall. Please bring as many as you can. Let’s do our part this winter ❤​

December 07
Salem Elementary School News!

​It will be a very busy week at Salem Elementary School next week! Kindergarten, Grade 1, and Grade 3 students will be served a delicious Holiday Feast on Monday and Grade 2 and Grade 4 students will enjoy their feast on Tuesday! 

The Annual Salem Home and School Association Holiday Gift Store will take place on Thursday and Friday.  Students will have a chance to browse and purchase gifts for their family members, friends, and even pets!  If you would like to donate any gently used items, please drop them off at Salem during school hours. 

December 07
Frank L Bowser School News!

​Our annual Santa’s gift mart will be held in the gym on Thursday, December 13th.

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