21 Prom: arrivals at 7 pm, Grand March at 8 pm
23 Graduation: 7 pm
JMA Armstrong High School held their Athletic Award Ceremony on Monday June 6th. We are extremely proud of our athletes this year! Our top honours went to Clint Steeves and Jessie Brown as our Athletes of the Year. Congratuations to all of our winners.
RHS Prom and Safe Grad
RHS end-of-year celebrations begin Tuesday, June 21st with
prom at Casino NB. Hors d’oeuvres will be served from 7-8 pm. The dance begins
at 8 pm and goes until 11 pm. Safe Grad will run directly after prom back at
RHS beginning at 12 midnight. All Grads and their dates are encouraged to
attend this fun-filled night with games, plenty of food, entertainment, and
Our graduation ceremony once again promises to be a great
celebration of the many accomplishments of the graduating class. As with
tradition, our ceremony will be held at the Byron Dobson arena and is set to
begin at 7pm. Graduates must arrive in the lower arena no later than 5:45pm. Doors
for the public will open at 6:00pm. A reception in the lower arena, hosted by
RHS staff and parents of grade 11 students, will immediately follow the
Final Assessments and Report
Final assessments were written by students in grades 9-12 this week. Report
cards for all students will be available to pick up Friday, June 24th
beginning at 8:30 am.
This week’s activities
at Beaverbrook School.
Monday, June 20th we will be having our Field Days beginning at 9:00 AM. Rain date is
Tues. June 21st.
Wednesday, June 22nd we will be having
our awards ceremony for the following:
- Field day & Middle School Awards Assembly 9 - 10am
- Shining Star Awards Assembly 11
Parents are always welcome to attend!
Thursday, June 23rd Grade 8's will be having a celebration at
11:00am followed by a luncheon and activities to celebrate their last year at
Thursday, June 23rd Kindergarten students will be attending their kindergarten
graduation ceremony at 12:55pm. They
will receive their diploma, share some songs and poems and have a small snack
to celebrate this milestone.
Friday, June 24th We will have our student recognition monthly
assembly at 11:00am. Followed by a school wide countdown on the back playground
at 11:45am. Parents are welcome to
School will dismiss at 12:00 NOON for summer
Forest Glen school has received a donation of 77 pairs of sneakers from Hugh
Cairns V.C school in Saskatoon. This is the third year that the staff and
students, under the leadership of Daryl Lesyshyn, have helped to ensure that our
Tigers have proper footwear for physical education class. Also a big thank you
to Kevin Dyer of the investors Group of Saskatoon and Sunny Brae Laundry for
your help with this incredible donation.
Forest Glen school has
received the Quality Physical Education Award for the 6th year in a row. The
award is given out to schools across Canada who provide a quality physical
education program .
A big thank you to all the parent volunteers and
the Sunny Brae leaders who helped out at our field day on Thursday. We
appreciate your help at this special event.
Our annual Field
Day will be held on the morning of Tuesday, June 21st (rain date
Wednesday, June 22nd).
The staff of EPS would like to wish everyone a safe and enjoyable summer vacation!
saw Igor, a grade 12 student, place 6th in the standing for Canada
at the National Skills Competition
held this week at the Moncton Coliseum.
He represented New Brunswick during this event. We at Caledonia are very proud of this young
Night of the Arts was a roaring success on Tuesday,
June 7 with all grades 6-10 art work on display. To top the evening, a movie event in the
theatre starring our very own students in the production entitled Doctor
Horrible’s Sing - Along Blog.
A grad breakfast was held on Wednesday
morning June 8th at the Hillsborough Golf Club. We would like to thank them for a delicious
The grade 8 banquet was held on Thursday
evening from 6 to 7:30 pm. in recognition of our grade 8s moving into high
school. You do us proud.
On Saturday, June 10 Caledonia will be hosting an Alumni Soccer Game here at our field with the senior girls and boys team. The games will begin at 11am with the girls playing followed by the boys at 1pm.
On June 19th
the Hillsborough Baptist church will
host our Grad Baccalaureate Service beginning at 10:45 am. All parents and guests are welcome to attend
Prom and Safe grad will be held on June 20th beginning with the motorcade at 6pm followed by the Grand March and
Safe grad. The prom theme is masquerade.
Caledonia’s Excelsior Night will be held on June 22 starting at 6:30 pm
in the gym. This night honours our
students in the field of sports and academics.
Graduation is on Friday, June 24 beginning at 7pm
in our auditorium. A former grad of
Caledonia, Erin Jackman, will be the guest speaker at this event.
Exam Week – June 13 – 17th
Prom and Safe Grad – June 21st
Graduation – June 27th
staff and students of Moncton High School came together to raise $671 for
the Atlantic Wellness Centre. At the end of May the students put together
an “Acting Out Against Mental Health” Assembly to show case talents and
teach the staff and students about mental health. At this assembly students
donated money and in addition we had a hat day for students and jeans day for
staff to promote this great cause, our very own Principal Mike BeLong even
matched the hat day sales. The Atlantic Wellness Centre is a great
organization that promotes the mental health of local teenagers through free
Moncton High School's team in the "Teens
Cooking with Fire" competition at NBCC on Thursday, June 4, 2016 placed
second, one point behind Riverview High School (109/108). Our team consisting
of Tori Furlotte, Sarah LeBlanc, Vi Pham and Julia MacKay prepared a vegan dish
which the judges declared tasted very good, especially the tofu and the sauce.
Our EPS Night of
the Stars leaving ceremony and celebration will be held on Thursday, June 16th,
starting at 6:00 p.m.
On the afternoon
of Friday, June 17th, EPS students will be showcasing their many
talents in the annual Variety Show, starting at 12:30 p.m.
Our annual Field
Day will be held on the morning of Tuesday, June 21st (rain date
Wednesday, June 22nd).
Kids Who Care EPS is a school based charity event that is
is wrapping up today; it ran from the 30th of May to the 10th of
June. This charity event is created, organized, and run by four grade 8
students from Evergreen Park School. This organization was intended to target
local charities, and it is formed to get each and every one of the 800+
students involved. The way this charity has worked is during the two
weeks that were chosen the students advertised the idea, informed the
students, and collected the money brought in. Then, after the two weeks of
collecting, each student will receive a ballot and vote for the
preferred charity out of the three we have chosen and explained to them. Then
at the end of the year assembly we will present the cheque to the winning
RHS Students Win Culinary Competition
Grade 12 RHS Culinary Technology students, Jesse Yule, Katelyn
Dunn, Nick Kane and Christian Jordan competed in the first annual Anglophone East
"Teens Cooking With Fire" competition held last weekend at NBCC. Dishes
by teams from Riverview High, Moncton High, Bernice MacNaughton High and
Tantramar High were judged by chef instructors at the college. We are happy to
announce that RHS placed 1st in the competition with their dish of arugula and
basil risotto, steamed fiddled heads, seared salmon topped with an Italian
salsa and glass basil! Congratulations, Royals!
Thank You for Supporting Royal
Road for Kids
Last Friday afternoon, July 3rd, whilst the rain was
falling in Fredericton, Saint John, and Miramichi, the sun was shining down on
Caseley Park in Riverview for the 4th Annual Raising the Royal Roof.
Royal Road for Kids is a Yoga 110 student-led fundraiser which supports local
causes. This year, $3800.00 was raised through the fun fair activities at
Caseley Park, and another $3500.00 was generated through online donations. All
proceeds will support the Stan Cassidy Foundations’ “Game Changer” project and
help with the ongoing expenses incurred by Donald West, a local resident who
recently had a tragic accident leaving him with severe mobility issues. The
Yoga 110 students and teacher, Mrs. Love, would like to extend their sincere
thanks for the generosity shown by our Royal community. Namaste.
Get Your Copy of The
Typewriter’s Vendetta Today!
The Typewriter's Vendetta is a
literary arts magazine that the RHS student body started three years ago.
Students wanted to create a collection of works that were produced in a print
rather than online medium, giving the reader a physical book to view and read.
It prints an annual issue that demonstrates the incredible artistic and
literary talent that our school offers. Every aspect of the work is done by our
students; every submission is created or written by our students, it is edited
by the students, the cover is selected from student submissions and the book is
even assembled by students. It's available to staff, the student body and the
public (if they wish to purchase one) for two dollars. To get your copy,
please see Mr. Biggs or visit the main office at the school.
Students Celebrated for Athletic
On Wednesday, June 1st, RHS athletes from each of our
various teams were celebrated for their athletic achievements. Winners of the
larger awards were:
Varsity Girls Athlete of the Year: Sofia Graziani
Varsity Boys Athlete of the Year: Josh Armstrong
Girls Athlete of the
Year: Alicia Henry
Boys Athlete of the Year: Brant Guimond
Girls: Eni Oguntona
Boys: Drew Harrigan
RHS Dragon Boaters Finish Strong
It was an amazing weekend at Jones Lake! Both RHS Dragon Boat teams
qualified for the final races. Team Royal Rush finished strong in sixth place.
Chloe's Stinky Boys finished with their fastest time ever of 1:03:73 and
walked away with silver medals. They were defeated by the well deserving team
from JMA with a time of 1:03:30. Needless to say, it was an exciting race! The
Stinky Boys were also awarded the prize for the top individual fundraising
team, raising $6410! Team Royal Rush raised almost $2000. RHS is very proud of
the sportsmanship and true Royal spirit displayed by both of these teams.
Well done, Royals!
Bessborough is looking forward to another successful Spring Fling
this coming Friday.
Time: BBQ 5-7:30 (hamburgers and hotdogs)
free to bring lawn chairs, footballs, frisbees, etc. to enjoy before the event
and Inflatables - 6PM-8PM
Games and activities will be held inside the gym and classrooms
purchases -$10 punch passes as well as $5 passes will be sold.
Bake Sale - The
Leadership Group will be having a Bake Sale to raise funds for their classmate,
Danielle Dorris. She will be travelling
to Rio in September as part of Team Canada to compete in the 2016 Summer
Olympics! Please support this sale and
show Dani how proud we are to have her in our Bessborough community!!! As well there will be a gently used book sale.
Come on out and have a Bengal Rouring good time!!!
The Grade 5 students were invited to the Maplewood Golf and Country Club to have a lesson with the professional golf instructors. Students had the opportunity to work on techniques, such as; approaching the ball, the proper motion of a golf swing and practising their putting skills. We would like to thank the staff at Maplewood Golf and Country Club for encouraging and engaging the students to play this life long game. See you on the green students!
The following events are scheduled for the last week of school, June 20-24:
June 20th and 21st - Grade 5 overnight trip to Camp Wildwood
June 22nd- Grade 5 Leaving Ceremony at 7:30 p.m. in the gymnasium
June 23rd - Field Day for K-5 in the morning followed by a Subway lunch provided for everyone
June 23rd - "Year at FLB" slide show for K-5 in the afternoon
June 24th - Variety show in the morning
Monday , June 13 - The grade 6/7 class will be walking to Mapleton Park as their year end activity.
Friday, June 17 - Grades K - 2 will travel to Centennial Park as their year end activity.
RES participated this year in the Turning Points program through the Learning Partnership. Our early immersion students participated in the program, which enhances their writing skills through composing original essays on personal topics. On Monday, June 13th, we'll be hosting the awards ceremony for that program at RES. Winning particpants and families will be taking part.
On Thursday, June 16th, Riverview High School will be hosting the parents of our current grade 8s at 5:45 pm for tours and information sessions for their transition to high school.
Monday, June 20th, we'll be holding our annual grade 8 banquet, awards ceremony and year middle school dance.
Wednesday, June 22nd, is RES field day.
ASD-E, thanks to the generosity of the Shediac Rotary Club, launched Dolly Parton's Imagination Library in the Shediac Cape community on June 2nd.
The Dolly Parton Imagination Library provides free books to children from birth to five years old; contributing to school readiness and early literacy. This is the 14th catchment area for the Imagination Library in our school district.
Dolly Parton's Imagination Library is 100% funded by local donors and sponsors. For more information on Dolly Parton's Imagination Library, where it is available in our District and how to register please visit http://web1.nbed.nb.ca/sites/ASD-E/Community-Schools/Partnerships-Programs/Pages/The-Imagination-Library.aspx or contact Dawn Parke at firstname.lastname@example.org
A big thank you
to the Exxon Mobil United Way Day of Caring volunteers who will be building,
painting and installing a Buddy Bench for our Forest Glen Tigers on June10th as
well as helping with the beautification of the school grounds. We appreciate
all that you do in the community.
Our grade 4
students will be enjoying their final Sportathon of the school year on Friday,
June 10th from 2:40-6:00 p.m.. The students who have shown positive behaviour
and made good choices this term will
enjoy sports, Wii games, Karaoke, Fun Zone activities and pizza. Thank you to
all the volunteers who have helped out at the Sportathons this year.
Armstrong High Cougar
Racing Club will be headed to the Miramichi Raceway this weekend to compete in
the NB High School Challenge. The Cougars won the Challenge in 2013 and
2014 and are hoping to reclaim the title this year with an all new crew.
DRIVE 4UR SCHOOL- Saturday, June 4th, 9:00am until 3:00pm at Port Elgin Regional School. Ford of Canada will donate up to $6000.00 to our School. The more people who drive, the more we will earn for our school. Pre-registering will save you time before your test-drive. Please go online at:www.drive4ur.com/en/jimhathewayfordandportelginregionalschool/Register
International will hold an information session in the library at
Petitcodiac Regional School on Thursday June 9 at 6:30 pm. The session is intended for families
interested in hosting an exchange student form a foreign country. Information will be provided about the
various programs and requirements to be a host family. Petitcodiac Regional School hosted two
exchange students this year and is hoping to host more in future years. All interested families are invited to
Petitcodiac Regional School students in grades k-12 recently
held a fundraising drive, 4 for Fort Mac
and raised $800. This money has all been
donated to the Canadian Red Cross Society’s Relief Fund for Residents of Fort
McMurray, Alberta. A huge thank you goes
out to the Petitcodiac Regional School Community and Families for your support.
Drive a Buick for Our
Students was a huge success last weekend raising $4360 for students and
activities at Petitcodiac Regional School.
Thank you to everyone in the community who came out for a test drive and
showing your support of our school. The
event was sponsored by Clark’s of Sussex and hosted at the Petitcodiac Arena on
May 27th and 28th.
Harrison Trimble High School hosts the Men’s Rugby Provincial
Championship game today. Trojans will meeting the Saint John team at 5 p.m.
Dragon boat races are on this weekend. Trimble is fielding
student teams who will race this afternoon and a staff team paddles tomorrow.
Harrison Trimble High School will hold its annual Awards
Assembly on the morning of June 6. The afternoon will see the first HTHS STEAM
Olympics organized by our Science Department..
There will be a grade 8 dance at HTHS on June 8 between 6
and 8 p.m. All 244 grade eight student who have enrolled to attend HTHS in
September are invited. The dance will be hosted by the 2016-17 student council
The graduates of 2016 will be attending their last day of
high school classes on June 10. We will be saying goodbye during guided study.
Park School is thrilled to be the last stop on the 2015-2016 VanGO! Art
Exhibit. This travelling collection of works from the NB Art Bank will be
in our school until the end of the year and features 8 pieces by contemporary
artists from New Brunswick. Artist Peggy Woolsey will also be visiting our
school to help students interact with the exhibit. On June 15th,
we will be hosting a “Night of the Arts” to show off these incredible pieces,
along with artwork created by our own Evergreen students to families and the
community at large. What a creative way to end the year!
Our EPS Night of
the Stars leaving ceremony and celebration will be held on Thursday, June 16th,
starting at 6:00 p.m.
Our annual EPS
Field Day will be held on the morning of Tuesday, June 21st (rain
date Wednesday, June 22nd).
Regional graduates won a top prize of $1360.00 in the NB Liquor Safe Graduation
competition this year. The students made a Safe Grad Mobile App that can be
used to potentially save lives in dangerous situations. CBC Television visited
for the scoop on May 31st. NB Liquor has awarded CRHS nearly $7000 in three
years of the competition. To them we say Thank You!
presents a Night of the Arts on Tuesday, 7 June at 6:30 pm featuring a
musical and literacy showcase, an art exhibit of works by Caledonia students,
and the world première of the CRHS Tiger films production of Dr. Horrible's
Sing-along Blog. Admission is $5.00 for adults and $3.00 for students and
On Wednesday, June 8 CRHS students in grade
6-11 will vote for their upcoming Student Government and this will also be the last
assembly held for this year.
International Student Ambassadors:
Any students wishing to be Ambassadors next year please see Mrs. Woodworth or Mr. Harris before the end of the school year. Listen to the announcements next week for a formal meeting.
Grade 11 Students - Your Help is Needed:
This is a message for all parents of grade 11 students. The school year is coming to a close and with it comes preparation for many end of year events, including graduation. Each year, the graduation is always followed by a reception for the graduates and their families, and it is traditionally organized by the grade 11 class. In order to provide refreshments and food for this reception, the parents of grade 11 students are kindly asked to make a monetary donation to help cover expenses. It is completely voluntary, with a suggested amount of $20, though any donation would be greatly appreciated. The donation can be paid online through school cash, or brought to the school office.
Please continue to visit our school website for information on upcoming events.
Staff, students and parents are invited to our annual awards night titled a Celebration of Excellence on Tuesday, June 7th. A reception will begin in the foyer at 6:30 p.m. followed by the awards presentations in the auditorium beginning at 7:00 p.m. Students are reminded to dress for success and come out and support your Highlander family. This is a fantastic evening which celebrates many of the outstanding accomplishments of our student body. Don't miss it!
AP Calculus 2016-17:
Students who are interested in registering for AP Calculus for the 2016-2017 school year are asked to meet in the auditorium on Thursday, June 9th at the beginning of noon hour to hear a presentation, from Anglophone East School district officials, regarding the delivery of the AP Calculus curriculum for the 2016 - 2017school year.
Students will be receiving notifications from their homeroom teachers shortly that lists any unpaid fees from various teams, clubs, or activities that they have participated in. Please check to see if your son or daughter has paid all their fees. These funds are vital to maintain the active extracurricular activities that we offer at BMHS. They can be paid online or at the main office.
New Student Government:
Congratulations to the newly elected Student Government and thanks to all of the candidates who ran an exceptional campaign.
Melanie Belong - President
Sophie Giroard - Vice President
Logan Ward - Senior Treasurer
Isabelle Taillefer - Jr. Treasurer
Sun Min Park - Jr. Treasurer
On Tuesday, June 7, the Riverview High School student government will be visiting Riverview East to speak to our grade 8 students about student government in high school.
Wednesday, June 8, our Middle School drama group will be presenting their play at 6:30 pm. Everyone is welcome!
Thursday, June 9, at 6:30 pm, our Elementary drama group will be presenting their play. Everyone is welcome!
Thursday, June 9, at 11:45 am, is our annual volunteer luncheon. This is our way of saying thank you to all of our amazing volunteers. If you've volunteered at RES this year, please call the school to RSVP and come enjoy a luncheon as our way of saying thanks!
at lunch time, Leadership students held a Kendama Jam in the gym from
12:00-12:30. Students from Kindergarten to Grade 8 brought in their own kendamas
to participate. There was music and contests, and students bought tickets for
$1 for the chance to win a Sweets Kendama (admission to the event was free). Any funds
raised will support Right to Play, an organization that works with volunteers
and partners to use sport and play to enhance child development in areas of
We are excited to
announce, as part of the Fill the Bus partnership with David Myles, which took place back in December, a special performance this Friday June 3rd
from 12:45 to 1:30 by the awesome Juno/ECMA winner and nominee David Myles. Our
school was drawn as the lucky winner on December 16th.
David Myles is a
Canadian songwriter/performer/recording artist originally from Fredericton, New
Brunswick. Mr. Myles lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia. His music has often been
labeled folk jazz, although he prefers simply to call it "roots"
music. David’s collaborations with the NS rap artist Classified have been very
successful throughout Canada. David is passionate about helping others with his
annual CBC Sing for Supper series in aid of food banks throughout NB. Students
and Staff are asked to bring in a non-perishable food item tomorrow for the
that time of year again when we are gearing up for our Annual Spring Fling
event! This year’s event will take place
on Friday, June 10th from 5PM - 8PM. We
will be having a kick off BBQ on the field prior to opening the doors to the
gym. Special thanks to our sponsors,
Sobey’s Vaughn Harvey, Toys for Big Boys and Pepsi for supporting us with this
event. If you have any questions, please
feel free to contact Christie at email@example.com. We look forward to seeing you there!
May 27th was popcorn and PJ day at Bessborough School. Funds raised went towards groceries for
Leadership’s volunteer work at the Ronald McDonald House, and to support our
very own Danielle Dorris’ training costs as she gets ready to head to the
Paralympic Games in Rio this summer.
On Monday, May 30th, Bessborough Leadership students volunteered at
the Ronald McDonald House. Students volunteered with the Home for
Dinner Program, which accommodates families whose children are receiving
treatment for serious illness at the Moncton Hospital. Students raised money
to purchase groceries, and worked in teams of 8 to prep and prepare meals.
RHS 4th Annual Royal Road for Kids a Splashing Success
The 4th annual RHS
Royal Road for Kids took place earlier today at Caseley Park. All proceeds
raised during the event will go towards the Stan Cassidy
Foundation’s project, Game Changers, and local resident Donald West who
suffered a serious spinal cord injury, which has left him with severe mobility
limitations. A huge shout out to Mrs. Love and
her Yoga 110 class for making this event happen!
RHS Dragon Boat Teams Ready to Paddle Friday
RHS Dragon Boats - "Royal Rush" and the
two time defending champions "Chloe's Stinky Boys" are racing this
evening for children's charities at the Lions Sick Kids Greater Moncton Dragon
Boat Festival on Jones Lake. RHS will also have an alumni
team, "Chloe's Golden Guardians" racing
tomorrow, Saturday, June 4th in the open competition. Please join us in
wishing these teams well.
Vince Sunderland Memorial Award
Sunderland Memorial Award for Outstanding Educational Leadership was
established in 2006 and is sponsored by the Department of Education and Early
Childhood Development. The award is presented each year to honour an NBTA
member who, as a principal or vice-principal, demonstrates the qualities of
successful educational leadership, and fosters a positive school climate. The
award is named in honour of the first recipient, Vince Sunderland, a
vice-principal at Riverview High School who embodied all the characteristics
recognized by this award. The award pays tribute to an exceptional leader who
was compassionate, encouraging, an excellent listener, selfless, and an
integral part of the fabric of Riverview High School.” This year, Riverview
High School vice-vice principal, Mr.
David MacDonald was the recipient of this award. Congratulations, Mr.
Beaverbrook School will be having their Volunteer Tea on June 8th at 11:00am in the Library. We hope all our volunteers will join us!
Winter has left the school grounds in need of a little TLC; therefore, on June 10th a team of kind individuals volunteering through the United Way’s Day of Caring will show up with rakes in hand, ready to freshen up the outside front yard of our school. They will work on cleaning up the flower gardens and planting some new flowers. The students will also be involved to help with spring cleaning around the yard. If anyone has any annuals or perennials they would like to donate, please feel free to contact Christine Allain at Christine.firstname.lastname@example.org or (506) 871-4984.
Forest Glen School has entered a team into this year’s
Greater Moncton Dragon Boat Festival.
The Forest Glen Foghorns will compete this Saturday, June 4th
against other corporate and community teams.
Each team consists of 20 paddlers, a drummer and steers person. All money raised will go towards Sick Kids
Hospital and The Moncton Hospital Pediatric Unit in memory of Reghan
Geldart. Reghan’s mother, Rachel is a
teacher at Forest Glen School. Come out
and cheer the team on…paddles up…let it run!