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September 23
Bessborough Bengal News

Bessborough Leadership students have organized a popcorn and PJ day for Friday, September 23rd. All funds raised will go towards the Terry Fox Foundation for cancer research. The leadership students will hold an assembly in the school gym on September 30th to talk about Terry Fox and his importance to cancer research. The students will then go outside to take part in a walk for canser research.

On Monday, September 26th, Bessborough staff and Leadership students will once again volunteer at the Ronald McDonald House, located in the Moncton Hospital. Students and staff support the Home for Dinner program, which helps ensure families staying at the hospital receive a delicious home cooked meal after a long day.

Bessborough’s Terry Fox Walk will be held next Thursday, September 29th (with Friday as the rain date). At the beginning of period 3 we will be holding our Welcome Back assembly in the gym. Leadership students will then do a  presentation about Terry Fox. The students will then go outside as a school and walk around the field for approximately 20 minutes. There will be music playing, and Leadership students will be assigned to K-5 classes for the walk. If students raise over $500, Mr. Mattatall (Principal0 and Mr. Williams (V.P.) will once again this year wear their clown wigs for the ENTIRE day:)


Leadership students will be around to classes next week to deliver tattoos and "I'm walking for" stickers. They are also preparing to give some information on Terry Fox through short presentations. ​



September 23
Salisbury Elementary News

​On Thursday, September 29 parents are invited to attend our annual Meet the Teacher Evening. The evening begins at 6:30 pm in the gym followed by time to visit your child's classroom.


On Friday, September 30 students will be participating in the annual Terry Fox Walk. Students are asked to bring a twoonie for Terry. We will be walking right after lunch at 12:30.

September 23
Evergreen Park School News!

EPS will be hosting its annual Fun Fair on the evening of Thursday, September 29th, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. There will be inflatables, face painting, games, prizes, food and silent auction. This family event helps provide funds to support many important initiatives within the school. Funds raised at this year's event will go toward improving our school technology. We look forward to seeing all of our students, their families, and friends!

We are looking for volunteers to help in the following ways: Safe Arrival, Kiss 'n Ride, in the Library and with the Breakfast program. If you are interested and able to volunteer in any capacity, please contact the school at 856-3476.

EPS Home and School is actively looking for volunteers to help with a variety of school events. Please contact the school if you are able to help out.

Our Breakfast program will now be available five days a week, starting on Monday, September 26th. Additional volunteers are still needed. If you are able to help with this endeavour, even for one morning a week, please call the school at 856-3476.

September 23
Forest Glen News

​On Tuesday, Forest Glen had the musical group, the Celtic Rathscallions perform for all grades. Students enjoyed versatile musicians who brought Celtic-rooted music, song, dance, drama, stories and culture to the school. A great time was had by all!

A big thank you to the DocBraces Wildcats All star Program. They gave all of our Tigers a free ticket to Friday's hockey game. We appreciate all that you do in our community.

 
On Wednesday, September 28th, it is PJ Day at Forest Glen to help raise money for the Terry Fox Foundation. We will be having our annual Terry Fox School Walk on Thursday. Everyone in the community is welcome to join us at 10:30 a.m. at the school.

 
Most of our physical activity programs are up and running for another year. Our Tigers can participate in KIA ( Kids in Action), noon hour activities, Trotting Tigers, cross country and the  after school indoor soccer program. Our newest program BOKS ( Build our Kids' Success) will be starting in two weeks. It will run on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7:30-8:05 a.m. Go Tigers Go !!!

 
September 23
Shediac Cape School Spin-a-Thon

​Shediac Cape students and staff are excited to be taking part in a Spin-a-Thon to raise funds for the school.  With the support of Sobeys Shediac and many other sponsors, we will be spinning for a total of three hours on Friday September 30th to reach our goal of $5000.  Mike's Bike Shop has generously provided a Trek Bike to take home for the top prize.  We encourage you to take a minute to visit the school webpage and check out the student led video promoting our event; it's well worth it! Donations are accepted on SchoolCashOnline and in person at the school.  We hope you get a chance to stop by and cheer our students from 9am-12pm on Friday September 30th. 

Go Sharks!

September 23
Smile and get involved at HTHS

September 26 is Picture Day at Harrison Trimble High School and the beginning of Grad Photo Week. Wear your smiles! Mrs. Simmonds mental health advocacy group will be meeting next Tuesday, September 27.

This year, chess club will take place every week on Mondays and Thursday during lunch hours in room 301.  All students have to do is have fun while crushing the opponent’s mind! 

SALT stands for the Sound and Light Team.  New members are being recruited.  Those students who are interested in helping run assemblies, dances, coffee houses, football games and more,

The Breakfast Club has begun. Student volunteers are needed.

Aspiring musicians are welcome to join the vocal ensemble or school band.

September 23
RES News!

​On Thursday, September 29th, we will be holding our first Home and School meeting of the year at 6:30 pm in the multi-purpose room.

On Friday, September 30th, staff and students will be participating in the Terry Fox walk at our school at 10:40 am. Family members are invited to join us.

September 23
Frank L Bowser News!

​Students at Frank L. Bowser are encouraged to bring in $2 in support of Terry Fox's legacy of fundraising for cancer research.  The whole school will participate in a walk or run around the upper-field during lunch hour on Friday, September 30th.  The total amount raised will be announced to the whole school community.

September 23
Petitcodica Regional News!

Petitcodiac Regional School Celebrates 7th Annual Homecoming Week September 26 - 30th

Monday is “Spirit Day” with a Kick-Off Assembly after lunch for grades K-12.  This will be followed by the Homecoming Soccer Match with the senior boys playing Caledonia Regional High School at 2:00 pm. This Game will be followed by the Middle School Boys playing Caledonia Middle School. The triple-header concludes with the Senior Girls team also playing Caledonia Regional High School.

Tuesday is “Socks and Sandals Day”.

Wednesday is “Bright Day”.  There is a High School Homecoming Dance that evening where the Homecoming King and Queen will be crowned. The 7th annual alumni basketball games will be held Wednesday, Sept. 28th starting at 6:30 when the ladies take the court. The men's game will follow.

Thursday is “Pyjama Day”.  “Power-Up PRS” takes place Thursday, Sept. 29th evening starting at 6:30 pm.  Parents are invited to mingle and meet the teachers, have a snack and find out about activities available in the school and community.  PSSC elections also take place in the theatre that evening.  Parents interested in becoming a member can contact Ms. Prosser or Mr. Cameron.  PAWS (Panther Athletic Wear Shop) will be open for business.  The Grad Class will also be holding a fundraising bake sale in the lobby that evening.

Friday is “Fancy Friday” with a Middle School sock hop taking place in the afternoon.

 

 

September 23
MHS News!

The MHS Field Hockey Team will be hosting a fundraiser at Goji’s on Mountain Road on Wednesday, September 28th from 7 PM to 10 PM.  20% of sales for that time will go directly to the team.  Please come out and support.

Friends of the Knights Auction and Dance is being held October 1st.  Tickets can be purchased through School Cash or in person at the MHS main office.  Ticket price is $30.  Get a group together and come out to MHS for a night of friends and fun.

MHS Photography Workshop

Coming in October, Paul Lynch (pauldlynch.com) and grade 12 Digital Production students will host a beginner-intermediate Photography Workshop for the public in room 1042 at Moncton High School.  Hands on instruction!  Discover camera buttons and their function!  Say goodbye to those "Automatics settings"! From f-stops to bus stops, we'll cover all the bases!  The workshop will be held Thursday, October 13 and the follow up to the first evening on Thursday, October 20th from 7:30 to 9PM. Bring your camera or your phone!  Please confirm your attendance by emailing:
paul.lynch@nbed.nb.ca

September 23
BMHS News!

Follow us!​

We encourage students and parents to follow BMHS on various Social Media platforms, in order to know what's going on.

Facebook: Search for "BMHS 2016-2017"
Instagram: BMHS2016_2017

Text feed: Text "@bmhs16" to 506-803-5547

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Friday, September 30th is a busy day at BMHS.  We will have a Grad Assembly first period, a Grade 9 Representative Election Assembly period 4, and the day ends with a full school assembly.

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Student Fees and Other fees:

Students and parents are encouraged to pay for their student fees (and other fees) online, especially if they want their student ID cards.  Follow the link below:

https://district2.schoolcashonline.com/​

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Volunteers for Legs for Literacy:

Every year, BMHS has a cheer / water station at the annual Legs For Literacy race in Moncton.  We would love to have you with us, representing the Green & White.  You can register at :

http://legsforliteracy.com/en/home/volunteer/default.aspx

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Grad Rings!

Jostens Grad Rings are here taking orders next week on Wednesday and Thursday.

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Get involved, Highlanders!

Lunch time activities have started and they range from math games to weight room to open gym intramurals. Please see your homeroom teacher if you want to get involved

Retakes:

Retakes for school pictures are October 19th. 

September 23
Queen Elizabeth School News!

​On Wednesday, September 28 we will be hosting our Meet the Teacher night.  The Home & School will help kick off the evening with a fundraiser BBQ at 5:30.  Meet the Teacher will begin at 6:30 in the gymnasium.

September 23
Edith Cavell News!

THANK YOU to all students, parents and friends who attended our Scholastic Book Fair during the week of September 19th. All proceeds will be used to purchase new books for our school library. Another big thank you to all the parents and guardians who attended our Meet the Staff night on Thursday September 22nd.

BREAKFAST PROGRAM - Our free Breakfast Club is now open between 7:55am and 8:10am. Any student wishing to have something to eat before classes are encouraged to come and enjoy a nutritious meal.

LUNCH PROGRAM - On Tuesday, September 27th, the Moncton West Riverview Rotary Club will once again be making lunches for students in need. These lunches are provided on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays only.

PHOTO DAY! - A reminder that our Photo Day will be held on Wednesday September 28th. Make sure to bring your smiles on that day J

MONTHLY CELEBRATION - On Friday, September 30th, we will be having our first Monthly Celebration Assembly.

September 23
PERS News!

​Port Elgin Regional School has been adopted by Chapters Moncton in their Adopt a School program.  Week number one has been very exciting and we are on a roll !!!!

We have had many books donated and cash collected at the checkout.  Support has been great and we look forward to the next few weeks.  Please continue with your enthusiasm and support for our school.  Also, a huge thank you to the staff at Chapters for their awesome Family night that we held at Chapters in Monday on Tuesday evening.  Bravo to everyone !!!

September 16
PRS Panther Run\Walk for Wellness

Petitcodiac Regional School in conjuction with the PRS Panther Run\Walk Committee and the Village of Petitcodiac are hosting the second annual PRS Panther Run\Walk for Wellness ​this Sunday, September 18th. This will be an inclusive community wellness event encouraging everyone of all ages and abilities to come out and participate.

1 km kids race: 2pm start, 5 km run\walk to follow

Entry fee

1 km kids race: by donation

5 km run\walk: students $5, adults $10, family $20 (any relation)

Registration opens at 12:30 on the PRS Sports Field. In Support of the PRS technology and playground maintenance.

September 16
Legs for Literacy News!

Children ages 0-13 are invited to come and join the Legs for Literacy fun on Saturday, October 22nd at Riverfront Park in Downtown Moncton. Children 0-8 and their parents can run or walk a 1 km event and children 9-13 can participate in a 2 km run or walk! All participants will receive a race bib, medal and a free book! All are invited to participate in a Run, Jump, Throw event on site provided by Run NB. 


Registriation can be done online here http://legsforliteracy.com/en/home/theevent/funrun.aspx​ or on site at 9 a.m. on October 22nd. The events will begin at 10 a.m.! 

On October 23rd, 3500 or more runners will be participating in the  IGT Legs for Literacy/Courir pour Lire  by running in the 5km, 10km, 21km and the 42KM distances, some will qualify for the Boston Marathon!  They need your help on the route to direct them and encourage them.  Our charity road race event was started in 1999 to raise funds for literacy in Southeast New Brunswick for both Anglophone and Francophone literacy initiatives.  $93,000 was raised last year and a total of $599,000 to date.  AESD has received a large chunk of this money through the years.

 

When surveying our event participants, the comment that we hear most of all…. “the VOLUNTEERS are amazing!!!”   

 

Volunteers will receive a special long sleeve Volunteer Technical T-Shirt, a chance to win one of many gift cards, and the satisfaction of knowing that you helped a child learn to read.  You could team up with coworkers, family, friends, neighbors to showcase your school! You would be making a special contribution to your community by sharing your skills, your leadership talent and your time! 

 

Our needs:

Volunteers willing to be route marshals to ensure that the runners/walkers stay on course and that vehicular traffic is stopped at locations where runners are crossing the street. There are not very many crossings, postings are mostly directing runners to make turns at corners.  We will provide safety vests and warning flags on a short stick.  You would need a cell phone in case of emergency (runner might need help).   The time frame would be approx. 3 hours.

 

If you have interest or questions, the attached is our volunteer link http://legsforliteracy.com/en/home/volunteer/default.aspx  , or you can contact either coordinator as listed.  http://legsforliteracy.com

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September 16
BMHS News

​Students are encouraged to pay their various fees (student fees, sports fees, yearbook, etc.) online.  You can access SchoolCash online via the main Anglophone East website.

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On Tuesday, September 20th, BMHS will be hosting a Meet the Teacher night, where parents get a chance to run through a simulated student schedule.  Also, PSSC elections happen that evening.  Everything starts at 6:30PM

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We are starting up several clubs at school.  We encourage new members.  These clubs are open to all students.  No experience required.

Clans - See Mr. Lusk

ImagineAction - See Mrs. Layden

Reach for the Top (competitive trivia) - See Mrs. LeBlanc


September 16
Beaverbrook School News!

Welcome back students!

Please remember your Terry Fox Pledge forms are due back on Wednesday, September 22nd.

PICTURE DAY will take place at Beavrerbrook School on Thursday,September 22nd.  Make sure you bring your SMILES!!​

September 16
PERS News!

​Our school is extremely happy to be adopted by Chapters Moncton in their Adopt a School program.  September 18th until October 8th, Chapters will donate a portion of their sales directly to our school.  In addition to this our community will be able to personally adopt our school.  This can be done in three ways - you can donate in-store or online at adoptaschool.indigo.ca.  For every two books you donate online, the Indigo Love of Reading Foundation will give an extra bonus book to our school.  You can share a story about literacy at adoptaschool.indigo.ca and if that story is featured, the Love of Reading Foundation will give your behalf.  Spread the word on Facebook, Twitter or email and encourage friends and family to adopt our school.  We will be hosting a Family Night at Chapters on Tuesday, September 20th, from 6:00 p.m. until closing.  We will be having entertainment and treats for all the customers.  Hope to see many parents and students there.  Spread the word !!!

 

September 16
Bessborough Bengal News

​Bessborough's Meet the Teacher Night will be Sept. 22 from 6:30 to 7:30. We welcome all parents to come and meet their child's teacher and sign-up for our Home & School if they wish.

Bessborough's Leadership students have organized a popcorn and PJ day for Friday, September 23rd. All funds raised will go towards the Terry Fox Foundation for cancer research.

September 16
News from the Sunny Brae!
Mindfulness
The school year has started off well for the Sunny Brae Wild Cats! We have been focusing on becoming more mindful and we are starting the school year off with learning about the Zones of Regulation, Mind Up, and techniques on how to calm our busy minds. We are heading to the UdeM for our wellness activity Friday afternoon for a 5km run/walk to help us with our wellness.

Meet the Staff
On September 22nd, Sunny Brae will be having its Meet the Staff! Parents/ guardian are invited to come to the school at 6pm to meet the teachers and staff of Sunny Brae.

​Soccer
The girls and boys soccer season has started! Both team had their tryouts for the teams and will be playing the first season game next week. 
September 16
Meet the Teacher at Marshview Middle School

​The Marshview Community is welcome to attend Meet the Teacher evening on Thursday, September 22 from 6:30 to 8:00.  There will be a presentation in the gymnasium that will include a powerpoint on the new report cards and then parents/guardians are invited to visit their ​​​child's classrooms.  From 7:15 until 8:00 pm there is a welcome dance for all students grades 5 to 8 being held in the gymnasium with DJ Chris Falconer blasting out the tunes.

September 16
RES News

​Riverview East School has started their Middle School boys' and girls' soccer teams.

Grades 3-8 students have been practicing for cross-country running teams.

Senior and Junior concert bands have started at RES with many students joining for the first time.

Meet the teacher curriculum night for parents at RES is Thursday, September 22, at 6:00 pm.

September 16
MHS News!

Meet the Teacher is being held on September 21st, 6:30pm to 8:30pm.

School pictures are being taken on September 21st.

Friends of the Knights Auction and Dance is being held October 1st.  Tickets can be purchased through School Cash or in person at the main office.  Ticket price is $30.  Get a group together and come out to MHS for a night of friends and fun.

MHS Photography Workshop

In October, Paul Lynch (pauldlynch.com) and grade 12 Digital Production students will host a beginner-intermediate Photography Workshop for the public in room 1042 at Moncton High School.  Hands on instruction!  Discover camera buttons and their function!  Say goodbye to those "Automatics settings"! From f-stops to bus stops, we'll cover all the bases!  The workshop will be held Thursday, October 13 and the follow up to the first evening on Thursday, October 20th from 7:30 to 9PM. Bring your camera or your phone!  Please confirm your attendance by emailing:
paul.lynch@nbed.nb.ca

September 16
Evergreen Park School News!

​​​​​​Meet the Teacher Night will be next Thursday, September 22nd, starting at 6:00 p.m.

EPS will be hosting its annual Fun Fair on the evening of Thursday, September 29th, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. There will be inflatables, face painting, games, prizes, food and silent auction. This family event helps provide funds to support many important initiatives within the school. Funds raised at this year's event will go toward improving our school technology. We look forward to seeing all of our students, their families, and friends!

We are looking for volunteers to help in the following ways: Safe Arrival, the Fluoride program, Kiss 'n Ride, in the Library and with the Breakfast program. If you are interested and able to volunteer in any capacity, please contact the school at 856-3476.

Our Breakfast program will be offering breakfast on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, starting on Monday, September 19th. More volunteers are  needed so that we can offer a hot breakfast to our students five days a week. If you are able to help with this endeavour, please call the school at 856-3476.

 

September 09
Bessborough Bengal News

Welcome back to ​all students attending Bessborough this year. A special welcome to all the New Bengals! Next week the Middle school students will be kicking off the year with a dance running from 6 to 8 in the school gymnasium. As well, our Meet the Teacher Night will be September 22 more details to follow next week.

September 09
Legs for Literacy Family Run/Walk Event !

​Children ages 0-13 are invited to come and join the Legs for Literacy fun on Saturday, October 22nd at the new Downing Street Plaza in Downtown Moncton (right outside the Moncton Public Library). Children 0-8 and their parents can run or walk a 1 km event and children 9-13 can participate in a 2 km run or walk! All participants will receive a race bib, medal and a free book! All are invited to participate in a Run, Jump, Throw event on site provided by Run NB. 

Registriation can be done online here http://legsforliteracy.com/en/home/theevent/funrun.aspx​

or on site at 9 a.m. on October 22nd. The events will begin at 10 a.m.! 

September 09
Caledonia News!

The grads and teachers at CRHS had their annual corn boil and softball game after school on Thursday, September 8th.  This tradition continues to be one of the highlights of the fall start up.  Following the game, parents and students joined us for corn and then Meet the Teacher.  Great time was had by all.

Next week the grads will be helping out serving at the Albert County Fair.  This has become a tradition for the grads since 1995.  Come out and enjoy a lovely meal at the dining hall as well as supporting them with this great fundraiser.

 

 

 

September 09
Live at the Complex at JMA Armstrong High School!

​Our annual Back to School/Meet the Teacher event "Live at the Complex" will be held September 22, from 6:30-8:00.

This event welcomes the school community, showcases school activities, holds PSSC nominations, familiarizes families with the new report card, and introduces school staff.

Our Grad Class will also meet regarding upcoming events, graduation requirements, post secondary applications, and school fees.

We look forward to seeing you then!

September 09
Evergreen Park News!
Meet the Teacher will be held on Thursday, September 22nd, starting at 6:00pm.

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