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December 02
Caledonia Regional School News!

Caledonia Regional has a team competing in the International Cybersecurity Competition known as Cyber Patriot this year. The team is currently through round 1 and on December 9th will compete in round 2 from 10:00am to 2:00pm at the school. If you wish to see this live arrange to visit Mr. Kelly through the school district.

Caledonia Regional will be participating in the annual Hour of Code initiative from December 5th to December 9th daily at 2:15pm. All middle school students and a significant portion of the high school will be completing 1 hour of coding education which is meant to expose students to computer science career possibilities. It is something special to see and if you wish to see it live please arrange to visit Mr. Kelly through the school district. 

Tonight at the Moncton Wildcats' School Spirit Hockey Game look for Caledonia Regional to be cheering the loudest and proudest! The school will have their own section of the arena and are looking to score some sweet prizes! 

 

 

December 02
Petitcodiac Regional School News!
Grade 9-12 students at Petitcodiac Regional School recently participated in their annual Panther Prowl, a fundraiser for a local charity and general student activities. This year the students marched to the local food bank, S.P.O.T., and presented a $200 donation. The students wish to thank everyone who pledged Panthers in this  event.

December 02
Bessborough Bengal News!

On Monday, November 28th, Leadership students volunteered with the Home for Dinner program at the Ronald McDonald House, located in the Moncton Hospital. Students prepared chili with corn chips, fruit salad and homemade sugar cookies.

20 of Bessborough's Leadership students travelled to Halifax on Tuesday, November 29th for WE Day Atlantic. WE Day is a celebration of youth making a difference in their local and global communities. WE Schools is the yearlong program that nurtures compassion in young people and gives them the tools to create transformational social change. Bessborough was also selected as one of only a handful of schools in the Atlantic provinces to join one of the founders of WE, Craig Keilburger, for a special reception at Pier 21 on November 29th to celebrate the world-changing achievements Bessborough has contributed to the WE movement. Some of the notable speakers and performers at the year's WE Day were Rick Hansen, Margaret Trudeau and Tragically Hip frontman Gord Downie. The experience was uplifting and incredibly positive for all those who were fortunate enough to attend.

 

The Bessborough Christmas Concert will be on December 20th.  There will be an afternoon show starting at approximately 12:30pm and an evening show at 6:00pm.

 

 Parents who ordered Apple Pies will be able to pick them up on December 14th from 3-5pm in the school Science Lab.  Thank you for your support of this fundraiser.  As well, school calendars sold by our Home & School Association will also be available for pick-up on the 14th of December during the same time period.

 

On December 1st, two huge community events happened at Bessborough School.  We celebrated the grand finale of our Firefighters Fighting For Literacy Program and we welcomed special guests to celebrate the kickoff of the annual Sue Stultz Moncton Fire Department Turkey Drive.  The excitement began when Grade One Student, Jakob Vansnick arrived at school on Moncton Fire Department's Ladder #5 as our Firefighters Fighting For Literacy Grand Prize Winner.  At 9am, we gathered in our gym to kick-off the Annual Sue Stultz Moncton Fire Department Turkey Drive to support families in need this holiday season.  The Turkey Drive and Our Annual Turkey March are important traditions in our school community and we are honoured that Mr. & Mrs. Stultz and the Moncton Fire Department have allowed us to host this event.  Each year our students and families rally around this cause and have traditionally raised funds to purchase turkeys that we march as a student body to Station #2 on St. George Street.  This year, Mr. Mattatall (school principal) is challenging our student body to collectively raise funds to purchase 200 turkeys.  If we can reach this goal, he will wear a brand new turkey suit as we march to the Fire Station.

December 02
Riverview East School News

​On Tuesday, December 6th, the RES cafeteria will be serving Christmas dinner. Tickets must be purchased by the 5th.

RES will be hosting ASD-E District Gymnastics competition. Grades 3-4 will be held on December 6th after school, and Grades 5-8 will be held on December 7th after school.

RES is excited to be part of the Reading is Wild program. Our students have set a huge goal of 30000 books or chapters read by the end of the ten week program. We are well on our way to reaching the goal! The program helps to encourage and excite students to read, and to emphasize the importance of reading every day at home as well as at school.

 

December 02
Moncton High School News!

Holiday Semi-Formal – December 15th (7PM to 10PM)  Tickets on sale now! 

The MHS Field Hockey Team is hosting a fundraiser at St. Louis Bar & Grill in Dieppe on December 12 from 5 PM until closing.  Come on out to support the team and enjoy some wings.

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

 

December 02
Evergreen Park School News!

It’s Pajama Day at EPS on Wednesday, December 7th.  Anyone choosing to wear their pjs will pay $1, the proceeds of which will go to our Goodwill Fund. This fund helps support families in need in our community.

EPS will be having a Goji’s FUNraiser on Monday, December 12th from 7-10 pm at its 1435 Mountain Rd. location. 20% of sales will go to our school!

Christmas Dinners will be served during the week of December 12th-15th (snow day make-up date December 16th). Information will be sent home with students regarding specific dates and times depending on grade level.

The Christmas Concert for students in grades K-2 will be held on the evening of Wednesday, December 21st, starting at 6:30 p.m. There will be a Spring Concert in the spring for students in grades 3-4.

December 02
Magnetic Hill School News!

Magnetic Hill School Christmas Tea and Craft Fair

A large selection of vendors will be here including: Younique, Thirty-One, Beach Glass Treasures, Owl City Calligraphy, Trites Maple, Epicure, Scentsy, and many more.
The Craft Fair Runs from 9-2 
Don't forget to join us for lunch at the Annual Christmas Tea! We will be serving sandwiches, cookies, squares, cakes, coffee, tea and juice. 
Tea will be served from 11-1

Admission $2 for the craft fair
$5 for the tea, tickets available at the door.

 

December 02
Forest Glen School News!

​Forest Glen Tigers participated in Sports Day/ Jersey Day on Friday. Each grade level enjoyed a variety of different activities and games in the gym that were led by the Right to Play Leaders.  

 


 


 
November 28
News From Lou MacNarin

​Mme Julie Roy’s Grade 5 French Immersion Class at Lou MacNarin School in Dieppe hosted guests from Place aux compétences and Expansion Dieppe for a demonstration of our robotics project.  Students in Madame Roy's class are working on developing their coding skills and sharing htem with other students in the school.  The children are able to control Dash and Dot with an app on our iPads.  The children are able to make the robots move, light up, play music, tell jokes and follow obstacle courses.  

Part of the financing to purchase the robots was made possible through Expansion Dieppe’s contribution to the Place aux compétences project development fund, which was earmarked to finance one project per school in the community. These robots are also being used by other classes at the school. More details and pictures can be viewed at

https://www.facebook.com/pg/pacnb/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1185455834908886

 

 

Silent Auction

A silent auction has been organized by a committee headed by Mrs. Kelly White at Lou MacNarin School.  It will go live on Saturday, November 26 at 10 AM.  Community members can view and bid on nearly 100 items that have been generously donated by our community partners!  All funds raised will go towards helping to install our new playground equipment.  You can view the auction at www.32auctions.com/loumacnarin .   The site will be open until November 29th at 10 PM.  Winning bidders will be notified electronically and may pick up their items and pay at Lou MacNarin School on December 2 from 2:30 until 6:00 PM.  Thank you in advance for helping to support our students. 

 

Lou MacNarin's Community Christmas Tree.

Stacy McQueen and Christina Rossiter, early years art teachers have spent some time decorating a Christmas Tree in the foyer of Dieppe City Hall with ornaments that were created by our early years students.  The holiday traditions are represented through crafty ornaments that were made by our students. Please join in our community in celebrating the season by visiting the forest of celebration trees in City Hall. 

November 28
MHS News!


Holiday Semi-Formal – TBA

When: Thursday December 1st at 6:00 pm

Where: Moncton High School

Astronomy Moncton is providing an information session for parents and students on how to select an appropriate telescope for Christmas. The session will have several telescopes displayed by Astronomy Moncton. Parents and students will be able to use these telescopes and will be provided with information on where these telescopes can be purchased.  Following the information session from 7pm-9pm will be a Night Sky Observing Session. (Weather Permitting) Telescopes will be set up near the MHS Observatory for you to look through and to learn how to use a telescope.

 

 

The MHS Field Hockey Team is hosting a fundraiser at St.Louis Bar & Grill in Dieppe on December 12 from 5 PM to closing. 

Come on out to support the team and enjoy some wings.


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

 

 

November 28
MHS News!

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

The MHS Field Hockey Team is hosting a fundraiser at St.Louis Bar & Grill in Dieppe on December 12 from 5 PM to closing.  Come on out to support the team and enjoy some wings.

November 28
News from the Sunny Brae!

Respect and Diversity

This week Sunny Brae students celebrated diversity and respect. On Tuesday, students and staff wore multi colours to show their support for diversity. On Thursday, the leadership crew came around classrooms with special treats for all students. During this week, students learned that diversity is not just about the colour of your skin or your culture, it can also be about the colour of your hair or the clothing we wear and we should respect each person's diversity.​


Sunny Brae Fundscrip Fundraiser

Once again, the school is having our Fundscrip fundraiser.  Fundscrip provides gift cards for 100’s of retailers such as Sobey’s, Superstore, Esso, Shell, restaurants and more.  For every gift card that is purchased the retailer gives a percentage back to the school. For the next two weeks, we will be collecting orders for gift cards.  The Order will be placed on Monday December 7th to make sure that the gift cards are in before Christmas break.  Spread the word around.  The nice thing about this fundraiser, you are buying gift cards for things you use every and at the same time you are helping the school. You can check out the following website to see a list of retailers.  

https://www.fundscrip.com/  and enter invitation code  VGMLKV. You can also can also contact Sandra Murty at Sunny Brae for more information:  856-3459 or sandra.murty@nbed.nb.ca
 
 
Sunny Brae Holiday Vendor/Craft Fair
 
          There will be a holiday vendor/craft fair at Sunny Brae on December 3rd from 9-2.  There will be over 40 vendors. The cost to enter is $2 and this will give you a ballot for the prize basket.  Come get some Christmas shopping done and help support the school’s end of year field trips.holiday fair flyer 2.docxholiday fair flyer 2.docx
November 28
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 8:00-4:00 pm, before the end of November.

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!

The Christmas Concert for students in grades K-2 will be held on the evening of Wednesday, December 21st, starting at 6:30 p.m. There will be a Spring Concert in the spring for students in grades 3-4.

November 28
BMHS News

School store:

The school store will be selling BMHS hoodies, sweatpants, toques, and scarves the evening of parent-teacher interviews, Thursday, November 24.  We accept cash or cheque.  This is a great opportunity for parents to get some Christmas shopping done for their Highlanders!

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Do you have old cameras?

The Art Deptartment is looking for donations of SLR Film Cameras. If you have an old SLR film camera (in the back of your closet) that you would like to donate, the Visual Arts students at BMHS will make great use of it. Canon, Nikon, Yashika, Minolta, Pentax are a few popular name brands. SLR (single lens reflex) film cameras typically had a metal body and look much like contemporary digital SLRs. 

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FILL THE BUS 

While we want to teach our children the importance of giving and supporting their community simply for the good of doing so, we also want to add a little fun incentive. The homeroom class with the most food donated will win a pizza party. Also, the school district is offering an incentive for schools.   ASD-E is really excited to announce that the awesome David Myles is partnering once again to provide a free concert. Participating schools will receive one entry ballet and for every 500 pounds of food raised an additional ballot will be entered into a random draw that will take place on Dec. 20th to select the school for a free David Myles concert in 2017.

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Reel MacNaughton Film Festival:

Thursday, December 1st – BMHS is hosting a REEL Canada Film Festival during the day. Students have selected films they will view as a school.   Students are permitted to wear their pajamas to school this day and are asked to bring in 2 canned goods to donate for our Fill the Bus campaign. 

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BMHS Float:

This Saturday, Nov.26th we have a float in the Annual Moncton Santa Claus Parade.   We encourage you to walk with the float to show your Highlander Spirit.  Just show up to “SITE # 43” on Vaughan Harvey Blvd at 4:00 PM on Saturday, and we’ll get you organized.  Wear Green and White!

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Highlanders Helping Future Highlanders

An initiative that we want to do this year is to buy toys for less fortunate students at our feeder schools.  

To help raise money towards that goal, here are some events we have planned:

PJ Day – Thursday, Dec 1st 

Candy-Cane-Grams – In two weeks (you can anonymously send candy to anyone for 1$)

Christmas Barbershop Quartet – For a small donation ($5), a group of Student Gov’t members will sing a holiday song (very badly) to students in their classrooms. 

If you would like to donate directly to this cause, please contact the school directly at 856-3469 and say you'd like to help with the Student Government holiday project.



November 18
Petitcodiac Regional School News

November 21 to 25 is Addictions Awareness Week and Petitcodiac Regional School is planning educational activities all week long.  Assemblies are planned for Tuesday and Wednesday with grades 8-12.  A poster contest on “Healthy Lifestyle Choices” is being held with grades 6 and 7.  On Wednesday evening, parents and community are invited to a panel discussion with youth experts to discuss issues surrounding addictions and educating our youth.  A reception will follow.  The panel discussion will take place in the PRS Theatre beginning at 6:30 pm.

 

Parent-teacher interviews take place next week On Thursday November 24th from 6:00 to 8:00 pm and on Friday from 8:30 am until 11:30 am.

 

The Scholastic Book Fair will be taking place in the PRS Library next week at the following times:

Tuesday, November 22nd - 9:00-2:00

Wednesday, November 23rd - 9:00-2:00

Thursday, November 24th - 9:00-2:00 & 6:00-8:00

Friday, November 25th - 8:30-11:30

 

Christmas is coming! 

Purchase a 6-12 yearbook for yourself or as a gift for someone else! 

Yearbooks can be purchased for $40 using your credit card on School Cash Online.  Free Personalization of your yearbook is offered until December 23rd.

Don’t delay!  Buy your Yearbook Today!  Questions can be directed to Wanda Jones at PRS 756-3104.

 

The Petitcodiac Panthers Invitational Boys and Girls Basketball tournament is this week-end, Nov. 18 & 19, and begins with the host Lady Panthers taking on the Mathieu Martin Vedettes at 1:30 p.m. Friday. There will also be a special ceremony Friday evening at 8:15 pm to recognize Coach Ron Hooper for his 60 years of coaching at Petitcodiac Regional School.

 

The tournament schedule is as follows:

 

FRIDAY, NOV 18

1:30 GIRLS  Mathieu Martin vs PRS

3:15 BOYS  JMA vs Caledonia

5:00 GIRLS  JMA vs Mathieu Martin

6:45 BOYS  Oromocto vs PRS

Ceremony

8:30 GIRLS  Dalhousie vs PRS

SATURDAY, NOV 19

9:30 BOYS  Caledonia vs PRS

11:00 GIRLS  Math Mart vs Dalhousie

12:30 BOYS JMA vs Oromocto

2:00 GIRLS  Dalhousie vs JMA

3:30 BOYS  Caledonia vs Oromocto

5:00 GIRLS  PRS vs JMA

6:30 BOYS  PRS vs JMA

 

November 18
HTHS News!

Harrison Trimble High School’s No Elf Left Behind campaign is underway. Students will be raising funds to buy gifts for students in need. Interested volunteers should contact Ms. Martin.

The float committee has been diligently working on decor and painting for this year’s Christmas float. Members will be the school at 9am Saturday, November 26 to load and attach large pieces to a flat bed.

The Varsity Boys basketball team is travelling to Saint John for a tournament this afternoon.

The Chess Club is open to newcomers. Come on up to room 301 every Monday and Thursday at lunch time to play chess with your friends, some strangers or your enemies! 

The Environmental Science 120 classes will be making presentations next week. Students will share results of research in vermiculture, water testing, growing herbs etc.

 

November 18
RES News

​The Mayor of Riverview, Her Worship Anne Seamons, visited RES to hear grade 6 students present projects on the Town of Riverview. Mrs. Seamons will be displaying some of the projects at Town Hall.

Parent/teacher interviews will be held on Thursday, November 24th, from 6:00-8:00 pm, and Friday, November 25th, from 8:30-11:30 am. We'll also be holding our Scholastic Book Fair for parents on the 24th from 3:00-7:00 pm and on the 25th from 8:30-11:30 am.

On November 28th and 29th, our pre Kindergarten students will be at RES for pre-school early years evaluations.

Our student council will be attending WE Day this year in Halifax Nova Scotia on November 30th. This amazing day is one of motivational speakers to impact youth in making a change in our world from thinking from "me" to "we".

 

November 18
MHS News!

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

The MHS Field Hockey Team is hosting a fundraiser at St.Louis Bar & Grill in Dieppe on December 12 from 5 PM to closing.  Come on out to support the team and enjoy some wings.

November 18
Bessborough Bengal News

Bessborough School collected 565 food items (470 pounds of food!) through their We Scare Hunger food drive. The food was distributed to the Peter Mckee Community Food Centre.

 

On Thursday, Novermber 24th, Leadership students will be selling popcorn for $1. Proceeds will go towards buying turkeys for the Sue Stultz turkey drive, and to support the Canadian Diabetes Association.


November 18
Magnetic Hill School Spaghetti Dinner
The Grade 8 class of Magnetic Hill School will be holding a Spaghetti Dinner in support of the year end trip to Quebec City. Tickets are available for $7 per person or a family of 4 for $25. Eat in or Take Out. For more information please contact the school at 856-3428.

November 18
TRHS Presents The Wizard of Oz

 TRHS is pleased to present the musical The Wizard of Oz December 1st-3rd at 7pm and December 3rd & 4th at 1pm.  Tickets are available now in Sackville at Soper Physiotherapy or Rob Lyon Graphics. Students can purchase tickets at the TRHS Learning Commons.  Tickets are $10 for students and $12 for adults.​

November 18
TRHS Christmas Craft Sale

The annual Christmas Craft Sale at Tantramar Regional High School takes place on Saturday, Nov. 19th from 10am-3pm.  This is the Student Council’s major fundraiser and admission is $4.00.  There will be over 60 vendors with something for everyone, so we encourage you to come do some Christmas shopping and support the Titans!​

November 18
Evergreen Park School News!

Parent-Teacher Conferences will be held on Thursday evening, November 24th from 5:30-7:30 p.m. and on Friday morning, November 25th, from 8:30-11:30 a.m. A reminder that there will be no school for students on Friday, November 25th, due to Parent-Teacher Conferences and Professional Development for Teachers.

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.

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!

The Christmas Concert for students in grades K-2 will be held on the evening of Wednesday, December 21st, starting at 6:30 p.m. There will be a Spring Concert in the spring for students in grades 3-4.

November 10
Online Auction to help Lou MacNarin School

Lou MacNarin School will be have an online auction on Nov 26th until Nov 29th . All proceeds will go to help install new playground equipment. Anyone is welcome to bid on online auction items. Pick up for items will be on Friday, Dec 2nd from 2:30 until 6 pm. The website that will be used is www.32auctions.com/loumacnarin. We have had a number of donations within the community and are looking forward to hosting this event.

November 10
HTHS News!

 

The Trojan Girls Soccer Team brought home the Provincial Banner this week. The whole school turned out for an impromptu assembly in honour of the champions.

Be involved! As Fall sports end their seasons, winter try-outs and practices are starting. It’s not too late to join other activities such as the Anime Club, the Magic the Gathering Club, Debating, or Robotics.

There are a number of post-secondary institutions visiting Harrison Trimble High School to assist our students in making plans for the future. Interested students should be alert to announcements or contact guidance for information.

Report cards are being sent home today and parent-teacher interviews will be held in two weeks:

November 24     Parent Teacher Interviews 6:30pm - 8:30pm

November 25     Parent Teacher Interviews 9-11:30

 

November 10
Petitcodiac Regional School Community Playground Grand Opening!

​Petitcodiac Regional School will be having a playground grand opening ceremony Tuesday, November 15th at 1:00 p.m.  All are welcome to attend!  This outstanding playground would not have been possible without the tremendous support of our families, community members, groups, and businesses.  We would especially like to thank:

Mrs. Jean Irving
Family and Youth Capital Assistance Program
Community Infrastructure Program (ACOA)
Sandra Kelly and The Village of Petitcodiac

Scotiabank, Petitcodiac Branch
Aviva Community Fund
Petitcodiac Kiwanis Club
Modern Construction
Cornhill Nursery

RBC Day of Service
Killam's Pizzeria
Dairy Queen, Salisbury

The PRS Playground Committee

November 10
Beaverbrook School News

On Tuesday once again we will offer our free lunch to all students. This program is weekly and we thank our corporate sponsor - Costco for all donations and the Kiwansis​ Club of Moncton for volunterring their time to make this possible for all.

 Wednesday , November 16th all students will be offered APPLES for a special snack today.

 

 

November 10
Frank L. Bowser Spin-a-thon
Next Wednesday, November 16th, we will participate in our fundraising Spin-a-thon.  Students are encouraged to ask family and friends for sponsorship.  The funds raised will be used to financially support activities for all children at the school.

November 10
Judo at Forest Glen

​The grade 3-4 students were introduced to the sport of Judo  by Earl O'Blenis of the Musa-Betsy Kyu Judo Club. He will also be offering a 4 week introductory course in Judo to our Tigers on Tuesdays.

Brittany Pye of BOKS Canada joined our morning BOKS program this week. She provided valuable tips and encouragement to our Tigers as well as participated in the various games. "BOKS Rocks !!"

Our Tigers will be introduced to the game of floorball on Monday in phys.educ class. Thanks to the many organizations and clubs that bring their expertise and knowledge to Forest Glen. Our tigers enjoy learning new activities.

November 10
Panther Invitational Basketball Tournament

​​​​​The Petitcodiac Panthers annual boys and girls invitational basketball tournament is scheduled for Friday and Saturday, Nov. 18th & 19th. The action begins Friday at 1:30 pm when the Mathieu Martin JV squad takes on the Petitcodiac Panthers in girls action. The Panther girls will also play Dalhousie Regional High at 8:30 pm Friday and JMA Armstrong High at 5:00 pm Saturday.

In boys action, the hometown Panthers will play the Oromocto High School JV team at 6:45 Friday, the hometown Panthers will play the Oromocto High School JV team at 6:45 Friday, Caldedonia Regional High School at 9:30 am Saturday and JMA Armstrong High at 6:30 pm Saturday.

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