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May 18
Bookworm Bonanza softcover book sale in Riverview

The Canadian Federation of University Women is holding its annual book sale next week. Please consider donating or buying softcover books. All proceeds go to fund scholarships for local female grads. 

 

The event will be held at the Dan Bohan Centre 5 Fatima Dr. in Riverview and you may donate books from May 20th to the 22nd and you can purchase books from May 22nd to May 24th.


May 18
David Myles Visits
On Friday, May 11th, David Myles visited Lewisville Middle School to celebrate with them. Lewisville won the draw from the schools that participated in the Fill the Bus Campaign before Christmas. A good time was had by all.
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May 18
Teen Talks at Queen Elizabeth School

Teen Talks is a program designed for girls ages 12-16 who are looking to meet other teens and to learn more about themselves. The knowledge, skills and tools shared at each session will help guide them through their teens.  The program consists of five - two (2) hour workshops which is normally held in the evening at McKenzie College but for the month of May Queen Elizabeth School is bringing Teen Talks to the school for their teens in an after-school program. Each session, facilitated by France Bouchard-Michaud and Heather Jones, will deal with different themes and will introduce special guests.

Teen Talks will have a trained AVEDA educator who will provide hands on experiences dealing with skin care, make up, hair care and aroma therapy.  Other themes include nail care and nail art with a certified nail technician, personal well-being with a licensed counsellor from SAGE, and much more…

For more information, including summer camps:  Call 852-6538 or E-Mail franceb2016@gmail.com

May 18
Caledonia News

Caledonia News

Member of Parliament Alaina Lockhart stopped by Caledonia Regional High School this week and received a gift from the students in Mr. Kelly’s grade 7/8 technology class. The gift was an artistic piece with the star chart of the night sky over Sussex, New Brunswick on the night she was elected into office. Several other locals were honoured in this Empathy Education Project this year.

 

Mr. Kelly was recently recognized with a 2018 Prime Ministers Award and Certificate of Achievement in Teaching STEM. The award came with a congratulatory letter from the Prime Minister and prizes from Royal Bank. This award follows Mr. Kelly being named an official NB Innovator earlier this month. 

 

Cybersecurity Co-op student Liam Gunton attended CyberNB’s Cyber Smart Summit 2018 in Fredericton where he was on hand as NB Power and Bulletproof Solutions launched their new and innovative internship program for high school students seeking to enter the Cybersecurity workforce immediately after graduating. 


May 18
Annual Havelock Ice Cream Social/Alumni Soccer Game

On Thursday evening, May 31st, from 6:30-8:00 pm, The Havelock Home & School will be hosting the annual Havelock Ice Cream Social/Alumni Soccer game. This popular community event is an opportunity for present and former students and their families to play a friendly soccer game and/or reconnect with old friends in the gym for a bowl of ice cream. Proceeds from this event supports student activities.

May 18
Saftey Day 2018

The Havelock School Grades 4 & 5 classes will be attending The Progressive Agriculture Safety Day 2018 at the Petitcodiac Arena on Thursday, May 31st.  

The goal of this event is to teach students the importance of thinking and acting safely at home, work and play. At Safety Day students and teachers will engage in a wide variety of interactive sessions and displays put on by WorkSafeNB staff and its many safety partners. It promises to be a day full of fun, educational and memorable activities.


May 18
Frank L Bowser News

A PSSC meerting will take place at the school on Tuesday, May 22nd at 6:30.

The RCMP Bicycle Safety program will be presented to all Grade 3 students on Wednesday, May 23rd.

May 18
Evergreen Park School News!

Gr.2 and Gr.4 students will be writing Provincial Assessments between May 22nd and June 1st. Gr.6 students will be writing Provincial Assessments between May 28th and June 8th. We encourage you to make certain your child has a good breakfast and a good night’s sleep during this assessment period, as this will help them with concentration and stamina during the testing period.

On Wednesday, May 23rd, students from BMHS’ Student Government will be visiting EPS to provide grade 8 students an orientation to high school.

Kindergarten Orientation Day will be held on Friday, May 25th. This is for pre-K students who will be starting kindergarten in the fall of 2018.

 

 

May 11
Anglophone East Night of the Arts at BMHS
On Thursday, May 24th 2018 Anglophone East School District will be hosting a Night of the Arts beginning at 6:30 pm at Bernice MacNaughton High School. They will be featuring art exhibits as well as musical performances. It is a must see.
May 11
Community Meet and Greet For Students with Exceptionalities
The Anglophone East School District will be hosting a ‘Community Connections Meet and Greet’ event on May 12th, 2018, from 9am - 12pm. This event is designed to allow families to connect with community agencies and organizations that help support student with exceptionalities in their transition to life after high school. Everyone is encouraged to come and learn more about the supports available in the Greater Moncton Area. School and district staff will be on hand to help guide families throughout the morning. Our Keynote speaker is a local parent who describes her experience with the process. Inclusion Advocacy and the New Brunswick Association of Community Living will also provide key information on the transitioning process in their presentations. In addition to the speakers, there will be approximately thirty booths representing various community organizations where parents/guardians can gather more information.
 

If you have any questions, please direct them to Amy Kang (amy.kang@nbed.nb.ca). 

May 11
Bessborough Bengal News

Way to go Bessborough! Leadership students collected over 300 pairs of gently used footwear for Soles4Souls, an organization that helps provide a steady supply of product to micro-entrepreneurs in developing countries.

 

Join Bessborough Leadership students for the second annual PJ Walk for Kids in support of Ronald McDonald House Charities® Atlantic on Sunday, June 10, from 9-11 at Centennial Park. This pledge based fundraiser will help families with sick children stay together and near the medical care they need.

  • Start your morning with a Pancake Breakfast hosted by local Lions Clubs
  • Hear from a local family who has stayed at Ronald McDonald House® or visited Family Rooms
  • Walk in your PJs and enjoy en route entertainment
  • Capture memories from the day at the photo booth
  • Celebrate with fun activities and refreshments for the whole family
  • Visit the Teddy Bear Clinic

Register on-line at www.pjwalk.cacountries.

May 11
Shepody Fish & Game Donation

The staff and students of Riverside Consolidated School would like to send a huge thank you to Shepody Fish and Game Association for their generous donation of $500 to our hot lunch / breakfast program.  We have been partnering with this organization over the past few years as they provide their hunters safety program to both youth and adults in our community.​

May 11
Teen Talks at Queen Elizabeth School

Teen Talks is a program designed for girls ages 12-16 who are looking to meet other teens and to learn more about themselves. The knowledge, skills and tools shared at each session will help guide them through their teens.  The program consists of five - two (2) hour workshops which is normally held in the evening at McKenzie College but for the month of May Queen Elizabeth School is bringing Teen Talks to the school for their teens in an after-school program. Each session, facilitated by France Bouchard-Michaud and Heather Jones, will deal with different themes and will introduce special guests.

Teen Talks will have a trained AVEDA educator who will provide hands on experiences dealing with skin care, make up, hair care and aroma therapy.  Other themes include nail care and nail art with a certified nail technician, personal well-being with a licensed counsellor from SAGE, and much more…

For more information:  Call 852-6538 or E-Mail franceb2016@gmail.com

May 11
Frank L. Bowser News

On Tuesday, May 15th, our wonderful FLB volunteers will be recognized at a reception in our gymnasium at 9:55 am. 

Wednesday, May 16th,  is our final Papa John's Family Pizza Day of this school year. 

May 11
Night of the Arts at Forest Glen!

On Wednesday, May 9, Forest Glen School held their annual Night of the Arts. The main focus of the event was to show off the amazing talents of these incredible students. From kindergarten to grade 4, students had their best art work displayed for all to see. From painting to pastels, and everything in between, students’ work decorated the hallways and brightened the lives of both the artists and the browsers. Along with the art show was the talent show. Dancing, singing, martial arts, and gymnastics were some of the wonderfully displayed talents. Family, friends, and peers delighted in the depth and strength of what was shared with them. The evening was also mixed with some entertaining choices including face painting, minute-to-win-it games, Forest Glen family tree creation, a sucker pull, cotton candy treats, and a basket raffle. The weather was great and the crowds were better. From young to old, our Forest Glen community came together to make this evening a true school family event. At Forest Glen School we have the best families who come together to support our talented little Tigers!

D. Cogswell

 

May 11
MHS This Week and Beyond

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 Drama presents "The Nifty Fifties" a musical journey back to the fifties. Join Gracie and the gang from Louise's Luncheonette while they scheme a way to make the "Hippity Hop" happen despite a stack of obstacles set in front of them. Fun for all ages!  May 15th, 16th and 17th at Moncton High School. Doors open at 6:00 pm.....show runs from 6:30-8:30.  Tickets will go on sale in April and can be purchased in advance from School Cash or from the MHS Office...Students 5$.....Adults 10$.....  Tickets will also be available at the door the nights of the show.

Zachary Leger and David Shin placed first in the 12th annual NB High School Computer Science competition held last week.

Our Model UN team competed on the May 4th and 5th and finished the competition with the Best Delegation Award for the second consecutive year. ​

May 11
Evergreen Park School News!

The Concours d’art oratoire 2018 was held at the Université de Moncton on Saturday, May 5th. Jennie Dinh came in 2nd with her speech entitled, “Les différences entre les cultures asiatiques et canadiennes”, in the 7-8 Année Franҫaise Post-Intensif/Gr.7-8 Post-Intensive French Division, Reese Mann came in 2nd with her speech, “Être soi-même”, in the 8 Année Immersion Franҫaise/Gr.8 French Immersion, and Christina Bolonyi came in 3rd with her speech entitled, “Le pouvoir de ton esprit”, in the 8 Année Immersion Tardive/Gr.8 Late French Immersion category. Félicitations/Congratulations everyone!

There is no school for students on the afternoon of Thursday, April 17th, as it is a half day Professional Learning for teachers. Also, please note there is no school for students on Friday, May 18th, as it is the ASD-East Branch AGM. Finally there is no school on Monday, May 21st, due to the Victoria Day Holiday.

Congratulations to all students that participated in this year’s Regional Heritage Fair! Reese Mann and Libby Rollin won the Council of Archives NB Award, Olivia Mowat won the New Brunswick St-Croix Award and Lexa Kwan won for her project on Labour History in NB. Lexa was chosen to represent the district in the Provincial Heritage Fair which will be held in Fredericton in June. Congratulations all!

We recently participated in the Souls4Soles campaign, organized by a few EPS alumni now attending BMHS. Our goal at EPS was to bring in 60 pairs of shoes. However, students did a fabulous job and brought in 261 pairs and 5 odd shoes for the campaign. This used shoe drive helps “give new hope in 127 countries around the world. 400 million children worldwide live in extreme poverty. Many of them have never owned a pair of shoes.” Soles4Souls helps “children suffering from the terrible ramifications of walking barefoot – including illness from soil parasites and the inability to attend school.” Donations will help “finance the distribution of new shoes to children worldwide.”

May 11
Drama Performances at Harrison Trimble

Harrison Trimble’s drama club has been working hard on two plays since the new year, which they will be presenting at the provincial Drama Fest competition on May 11.

These plays will also be performed for the general public on May 15 at the Harrison Trimble auditorium, 80 Echo Drive in Moncton.  Twitch, written by Stephen Gregg, and directed by grade 12 drama student Lucy Higgins, is a comedy that tells the rather unbelievable tale of a couple who find out maybe a little too much information about their new neighbours.  Door to Door, written by Flipp Kobler and Cindy Marcus, and directed by drama teacher/advisor Emily Loewen, is a poignant comedy about the many doors we must go through in our lives, both literal and metaphorical.

Tickets can be purchased online at www.harrisontrimble.ca; at the Harrison Trimble main office, or at the door - $8 for students and seniors, and $10 for adults.  The performance starts at 7PM on May 15, with doors opening at 6:30.​

May 04
District Events

  

May 12, Community Connections Meet and Greet for families with students with exceptionalities- at Bernice MacNaughton High School from 9am to 12noon

May 24th- ASDE Night of the Arts abeginning at 6:30pm at Bernice MacNaughton High School

May 30th- Turnaround Awards- Riverview High School from 6pm to 9pm

May 04
Salem Elementary Operetta Performance

This year the grade 3 and 4 students of Salem Elementary School are working hard on their Operetta performance of:

JOHNNY APPLESEED
by Jill and Michael Gallina
Tuesday May 15, 2018

Wednesday May 16, 2018
7:00 PM
Salem Elementary School
 

Please join us on Tuesday, May 15th and Wednesday, May 16th at 7pm for the grade 3 and 4 musical "JOHNNY APPLESEED”.  Johnny Appleseed was said to be a barefoot wanderer with a tin pot hat and a sack of apples.  The story of Johnny Appleseed is based on a real man. His name was John Chapman, and his real life was far richer and more interesting than his legend.

Please come and enjoy the children telling the story of Johnny’s extraordinary life and love for all living things. The children tell this tale through a modern-day Grandpa as he reads a bedtime story to his grandchildren. The action moves from the present to the past, as the children tell the story about Johnny’s dream of crossing the wilderness to plant apple trees throughout the land.

Johnny’s example of kindness to all and his appreciation of nature are themes that we embrace here at Salem Elementary School. The children look forward to sharing this story with you all!

May 04
8th annual Mental Health Symposium May 10th, Hear What Youth Have to Say
Anglophone East School District, Community Schools will host the 8th annual Mental Health Symposium at Bernice MacNaughton High School May 10th, beginning at 6pm. From 6 to 6:40pm kiosks will be open in the lobby and cafeteria featuring many of the agencies who support mental health in our community. From 6:40pm to 8:30pm, we will hear from our youth around the District on what they have been doing to Empower their Inner Connection and take charge of their own mental health and what topics are bubbling up at each school. Facilitated by CMHA and the Atlantic Wellness Community Centre, the evening will give the youth a voice and they will ask questions of the panel of experts. Thank you to CMHA, Atlantic Wellness and Wellness NB for sponsoring this event.
 
 
May 04
DCS Students to Attend Regional Heritage Fair

​Students have worked hard to create their Heritage Fair projects. The outcome was phenomenal and the top three projects will be attending the Regional Fair on May 9th.


 




 

May 04
Big Hearts Small City
The grade four class of Mrs. Sherri Cail and the grade two class of Mrs. Tasha Steeves have been learning about "Big Hearts Small City" and the work they do to support families in the Greater Moncton Area.  After seeing a presentation by the foundation the students decided to have a spirit week to raise money for their cause.  They made posters, spred the word and collected money for the foundation.  In the end they raised 716.50 to support the efforts of "Big Hearts, Small City."
May 04
Caledonia News

Caledonia News

Caledonia Excelsior Theatre Crew presents "This Is Me - A Broadway Revue" on Tuesday, May 8 at 7 pm and Wednesday, May 9 at 1:30 pm.  Cost: Adults $10; Students and Seniors $6.  All proceeds go to the performing arts at CRHS.  Baked goods will be on sale during intermission.

 

The CRHS Dragon Boat team, named Get In The Boat Oar Else, will be hosting a BBQ fundraiser at Sobey’s Riverview on May 12 from 10am-4pm. Come out for lunch and shopping! All donations support Dragon Boat and SafeGrad!

 

May 04
Teen Talks at Queen Elizabeth School

Teen Talks is a program designed for girls ages 12-16 who are looking to meet other teens and to learn more about themselves. The knowledge, skills and tools shared at each session will help guide them through their teens.  The program consists of five - two (2) hour workshops which is normally held in the evening at McKenzie College but for the month of May Queen Elizabeth School is bringing Teen Talks to the school for their teens in an after-school program. Each session, facilitated by France Bouchard-Michaud and Heather Jones, will deal with different themes and will introduce special guests.

Teen Talks will have a trained AVEDA educator who will provide hands on experiences dealing with skin care, make up, hair care and aroma therapy.  Other themes include nail care and nail art with a certified nail technician, personal well-being with a licensed counsellor from SAGE, and much more…

For more information:  Call 852-6538 or E-Mail franceb2016@gmail.com

May 04
Bessborough Bengal News

Join Bessborough Leadership students for the second annual PJ Walk for Kids in support of Ronald McDonald House Charities® Atlantic on Sunday, June 10, from 9-11 at Centennial Park. This pledge based fundraiser will help families with sick children stay together and near the medical care they need.

  • Start your morning with a Pancake Breakfast hosted by local Lions Clubs
  • Hear from a local family who has stayed at Ronald McDonald House® or visited Family Rooms
  • Walk in your PJs and enjoy en route entertainment
  • Capture memories from the day at the photo booth
  • Celebrate with fun activities and refreshments for the whole family
  • Visit the Teddy Bear Clinic

Register on-line at www.pjwalk.ca

 

On Monday, April 30th, Bessborough Leadership students and staff volunteered in the Ronald McDonald Room located in the Moncton Hospital. Students fundraise for groceries, and work together as a team to plan a menu and cook a meal so families can stay close to their loved ones while they receive treatment at the hospital.

 

Bessborough Leadership students are collecting gently used footwear until May 9th for Soles4Souls, an organization that helps provide a steady supply of product to micro-entrepreneurs in developing countries.

 

Bessborough will be celebrating their Night of the Arts on May 23rd. The evening will begin with performances by the Bessborough Choir (with solo performances) and the School Band. During the intermission parents will be able to view art work produced by Bessborough students. Then the Bessborough Drama Club will perform "Georgia's Marvellous Medicine" which has recieved a huge amount of praise and awards during the District Drama Festival. There will be no admission but donations will be greatly appreciated and parents will have an opportunity to purchase a recognition sticker for their child's art work.

 

May 04
Evergreen Park School News!

Congratulations to all members of the EPS Wrestling Team on the District Wrestling Championships. Our grade 7/8 boys won top prize for their category. Coen Breau, Carter Donelle, Connor Bell and Justin Blanchet won gold in their respective division. Kaleb Thomas, Nathaniel Ledoux, and Olivia Boudreau won silver. Callie Paquette, Ben Leblanc and Nate Mann won bronze. Well done! It was an awesome season!

Congratulations to the Gr.7-8 Badminton Team for winning the district championship and getting another banner for EPS. The results were as follows: Boys’ Doubles – 1st  place Adam Racz and Gergo Racz and 2nd place Yohan Min and Jerome Ko. Boys’ Singles – 1st place Adam Racz, 2nd place Gergo Racz, and 3rd place Jerome Ko. Girls’ Doubles – 2nd place Kianna Evoy and Isabelle Carew. Mixed Doubles – 2nd place Kianna Evoy and Gergo Racz. Well done everyone!

May 04
MHS This Week and Beyond

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 Drama presents "The Nifty Fifties" a musical journey back to the fifties. Join Gracie and the gang from Louise's Luncheonette while they scheme a way to make the "Hippity Hop" happen despite a stack of obstacles set in front of them. Fun for all ages!  May 15th, 16th and 17th at Moncton High School. Doors open at 6:00 pm.....show runs from 6:30-8:30.  Tickets will go on sale in April and can be purchased in advance from School Cash or from the MHS Office...Students 5$.....Adults 10$.....  Tickets will also be available at the door the nights of the show.

May 04
Harrison Trimble Drama Performance

Harrison Trimble’s drama club has been working hard on two plays since the new year, which they will be presenting at the provincial Drama Fest competition on May 11.

These plays will also be performed for the general public on May 15 at the Harrison Trimble auditorium, 80 Echo Drive in Moncton.  Twitch, written by Stephen Gregg, and directed by grade 12 drama student Lucy Higgins, is a comedy that tells the rather unbelievable tale of a couple who find out maybe a little too much information about their new neighbours.  Door to Door, written by Flipp Kobler and Cindy Marcus, and directed by drama teacher/advisor Emily Loewen, is a poignant comedy about the many doors we must go through in our lives, both literal and metaphorical.

Tickets can be purchased online at www.harrisontrimble.ca; at the Harrison Trimble main office, or at the door - $8 for students and seniors, and $10 for adults.  The performance starts at 7PM on May 15, with doors opening at 6:30.​

May 04
Resiliency Week & Night of the Arts

Mountain View School will kick off our third wellness week from May 7 to May 11, celebrating resiliency. Daily activities have been scheduled, including wearing school colours, pajama day and mismatched socks day.  As we work to strengthen resiliency by practicing self-regulation and exploring mindfulness together. 

Mountain View School staff are welcoming parents and students to attend the Night of the Arts on Wednesday, May 9 at 6:30pm. Several pieces of student artwork will be on display around the school along with an opportunity to watch the drama students perform their play “Silly-Stories from Wayside School”.

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