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June 22
Harrison Trimble High School News!

​The entire Trojan family was delighted to have 197 members graduate this past Wednesday. This year's graduating class received over $500 000 in scholarships and bursaries. We are so proud of these Trojans.

June 22
Caledonia News

 

Caledonia News

 

Technology teacher Mr. Ben Kelly has been selected as the WorkSafeNB’s Health and Safety Educator Award recipient for 2018. He was awarded his personal and program prize Tuesday at Caledonia Regional and it will be used to further support hands-on learning activities in his program. Thanks WorkSafeNB!

Caledonia Regional was just informed that Mr. Ben Kelly’s grant application “Capacity for Courage STEMpathy Centre – Engage, Empathize and Empower!” was selected for funding and will be receiving $7000 to support this project. Rural students will reach out using Microsoft’s Skype to other students from around the world and by understanding those students better it is hoped the program will help our students understand themselves better too! 

Caledonia Regional celebrated their Excelsior Awards Wednesday evening.  Middle School Female athlete of the Year went to Maleigha Turner-Lutes and the Middle School Male Athlete of the Year was given to Marshall Snider.   Crystal Crossman received the High School Female Athlete of the Year and Lucas Faulkner received the High School Male Athlete of the Year.     

 

June 20
Claude D. Taylor Playground Project

​June 14, 2018 (Riverview, NB)

Claude D. Taylor Home and School Association is pleased to announce it has received a grant from the New Brunswick Children's Foundation.  This $7,500 grant will be used to support the Playground Project the Home and School has been raising funds for.

The new playground addition for Claude D. Taylor School will fulfill the need for suitable playground equipment for those children in Grades 3 to 5.  It will be designed to challenge the children's physical abilities while encouraging social interaction through play.

A huge thank you to the New Brunswick Children's Foundation for supporting such a worthwhile cause!  “The New Brunswick Children’s Foundation’s mission is to help children succeed by financially assisting charities that share a common vision of helping children.” 

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In front:  Six highly excited Claude D. Taylor School students.

In back (from left to right):  Claude (CDT Bear Mascot), James Trenholm (Vice Principal), Jennifer Machum and Art Buck (New Brunswick Children's Foundation Board Members), and Kim Caissie (CDT)


June 15
Middle School Track and Field Schedule

Licensed To: Athletisme Sud-est South East Athl. Club Hy-Tek's MEET MANAGER 15/06/2018 Page 1

AESD Track & Field Championships - 16/06/2018

Stade Moncton 2010 Stadium

Session Report

Session: 1 Morning Track

Day 1 - Saturday 16/06/2018 - Starts at 09:45 AM

Event Round

09:50 #1 Female 80 Meter Dash Grade 5 Prelims

09:55 #2 Male 80 Meter Dash Grade 5 Prelims

10:00 #3 Female 80 Meter Dash Grade 6 Prelims

10:05 #4 Male 80 Meter Dash Grade 6 Prelims

10:10 #5 Female 100 Meter Dash Grade 7&8 Prelims

10:20 #6 Male 100 Meter Dash Grade 7&8 Prelims

10:30 #7 Female 150 Meter Dash Grade 5 Prelims

10:35 #8 Male 150 Meter Dash Grade 5 Prelims

10:40 #9 Female 150 Meter Dash Grade 6 Prelims

10:45 #10 Male 150 Meter Dash Grade 6 Prelims

10:50 #11 Female 200 Meter Dash Grade 7&8 Prelims

11:00 #12 Male 200 Meter Dash Grade 7&8 Prelims

11:15 #13 Female 1000 Meter Run Grade 5 Finals

11:20 #14 Male 1000 Meter Run Grade 5 Finals

11:25 #15 Female 1200 Meter Run Grade 6 Finals

11:30 #16 Male 1200 Meter Run Grade 6 Finals

11:35 #17 Female 1200 Meter Run Grade 7&8 Finals

11:45 #18 Male 1200 Meter Run Grade 7&8 Finals

12:00 #19 Female 300 Meter Dash Grade 5 Finals

12:05 #20 Male 300 Meter Dash Grade 5 Finals

12:10 #21 Female 300 Meter Dash Grade 6 Finals

12:15 #22 Male 300 Meter Dash Grade 6 Finals

12:20 #23 Female 300 Meter Dash Grade 7&8 Finals

12:25 #24 Male 300 Meter Dash Grade 7&8 Finals

Session: 2 Morning Field

Day 1 - Saturday 16/06/2018 - Starts at 09:45 AM

Event Round

09:45 #43 Female Long Jump Grade 5 Finals

09:45 #46 Male Shot Put 2kg Grade 5 Finals

09:45 #47 Female High Jump Grade 6 Finals

09:45 #61 Female Discus Throw 1kg Grade 7&8 Finals

10:45 #44 Male Long Jump Grade 5 Finals

10:45 #45 Female Shot Put 2kg Grade 5 Finals

10:45 #48 Male High Jump Grade 6 Finals

10:45 #62 Male Discus Throw 1kg Grade 7&8 Finals

11:45 #49 Female Long Jump Grade 6 Finals

11:45 #52 Male Shot Put 3kg Grade 6 Finals

11:45 #53 Female High Jump Grade 7&8 Finals

11:45 #58 Male Triple Jump Grade 7&8 Finals

12:45 #57 Female Triple Jump Grade 7&8 Finals

12:45 #60 Male Shot Put 4kg Grade 7&8 Finals

Licensed To: Athletisme Sud-est South East Athl. Club Hy-Tek's MEET MANAGER 15/06/2018 Page 2

AESD Track & Field Championships - 16/06/2018

Stade Moncton 2010 Stadium

Session Report

Session: 3 Afternoon Track

Day 1 - Saturday 16/06/2018 - Starts at 13:00 PM

Event Round

13:00 #1 Female 80 Meter Dash Grade 5 Finals

13:02 #2 Male 80 Meter Dash Grade 5 Finals

13:05 #3 Female 80 Meter Dash Grade 6 Finals

13:07 #4 Male 80 Meter Dash Grade 6 Finals

13:10 #5 Female 100 Meter Dash Grade 7&8 Finals

13:12 #6 Male 100 Meter Dash Grade 7&8 Finals

13:20 #25 Female 600 Meter Run Grade 5 Finals

13:25 #26 Male 600 Meter Run Grade 5 Finals

13:30 #27 Female 800 Meter Run Grade 6 Finals

13:35 #28 Male 800 Meter Run Grade 6 Finals

13:40 #29 Female 800 Meter Run Grade 7&8 Finals

13:50 #30 Male 800 Meter Run Grade 7&8 Finals

14:00 #7 Female 150 Meter Dash Grade 5 Finals

14:02 #8 Male 150 Meter Dash Grade 5 Finals

14:05 #9 Female 150 Meter Dash Grade 6 Finals

14:07 #10 Male 150 Meter Dash Grade 6 Finals

14:10 #11 Female 200 Meter Dash Grade 7&8 Finals

14:12 #12 Male 200 Meter Dash Grade 7&8 Finals

14:30 #31 Female 4x50 Meter Relay Shuttle Grade 5 Finals

14:30 #32 Male 4x50 Meter Relay Shuttle Grade 5 Finals

14:40 #33 Female 4x50 Meter Relay Shuttle Grade 6 Finals

14:40 #34 Male 4x50 Meter Relay Shuttle Grade 6 Finals

14:50 #35 Female 4x100 Meter Relay Grade 7&8 Finals

14:55 #36 Male 4x100 Meter Relay Grade 7&8 Finals

15:00 #37 Female 4x100 Meter Relay Grade 5 Finals

15:00 #38 Male 4x100 Meter Relay Grade 5 Finals

15:05 #39 Female 4x100 Meter Relay Grade 6 Finals

15:10 #40 Male 4x100 Meter Relay Grade 6 Finals

15:20 #41 Female 1600 Sprint Medley Grade 7&8 Finals

15:20 #42 Male 1600 Sprint Medley Grade 7&8 Finals

Session: 4 Afternoon Field

Day 1 - Saturday 16/06/2018 - Starts at 13:00 PM

Event Round

13:45 #50 Male Long Jump Grade 6 Finals

13:45 #56 Male Long Jump Grade 7&8 Finals

13:45 #51 Female Shot Put 3kg Grade 6 Finals

14:45 #55 Female Long Jump Grade 7&8 Finals

14:45 #54 Male High Jump Grade 7&8 Finals

14:45 #59 Female Shot Put 3kg Grade 7&8 Finals

June 15
Bessborough Bengal News

On Sunday, June 10th, over 40 of Bessborough's Leadership students volunteered at the second annual PJ Walk for Kids. Moncton alone raised over $48,843 for a grand total of $230,453 from across the Maritimes, all in support of families with sick children. These funds will help support the 2,220 families who stay at the Ronald McDonald House or use Family Rooms each year.

 

Friday, June 15th, is Popcorn and PJ Day at Bessborough! Leadership students will sell popcorn for $1. All funds raised will support local and global non-profit charities.

 

On Monday, June 18th, Leadership students will be preparing a meal for the Ronald McDonald Room located in the Moncton Hospital. Students volunteer with the Home for Dinner program, which allows families to stay close to their loved ones while they receive treatment at the hospital.

 

Wednesday, June 20th, will be the annual Math Olympics at Bessborough. Students in grades 5-8 work in teams and rotate through stations to solve various problems. The winning team will be recognized during our year end assembly on June 22nd.

June 15
Frank L. Bowser News

The Grade 5 leaving ceremony will take place on Wednesday, June 20th at 4:00pm in the gymnasium.

Field Day is in the morning on June 21st.  Subway is providing lunch for the students and staff.

June 15
Activities at Lou MacNarin School

Best Buy Grant $9087.00 received by Lou MacNarin School

Students at Lou MacNarin School have been empowered to explore a range of science concepts in our CLIC Lab.  (Collaborate, Learn, Innovate, Create).  This lab allowed children to experience personalized learning in a STEM environment.  Through exploration they were able to develop deeper understanding of the scientific thought process.  This innovation led staff to wonder if we could provide these deeper learning activities to more students in our school.  We applied for the Best Buy STEM Grant to fund the purchase of tools for hands on learning that builds transferable skills for our students.  We are thrilled to announce that our bid was successful and Best Buy delivered a cheque for $9087 this week to our school.  We competed against 740 schools for this opportunity.   We are excited about the opportunities that will come from scientific inquiry being embedded in our daily practice at our Kindergarten to grade 5 school. 

 

PALS BBQ

Lou MacNarin School celebrated all of our + 1 Learning with our PALS from the Irving Group.  Students were treated to a BBQ lunch after an eventful morning of field day activities.  Students from Lewisville Middle School came over to Lou MacNarin with Mr. Thibault to organize and run our field day fun.  It was a morning of  activities to help us celebrate with our friends. We are grateful for the support received by the PALS at our school.  Weekly mentoring makes a world of difference for a child.  Celebration of our learning is a wonderful way to wrap up the year.  Special thanks to Denise Gauvin and Pamela Galley for organizing the BBQ.  

Talent Show

On June 19th, Mrs. Rossiter, our music teacher has organzied a talent show for the school.  Children have been practicing their performances and are anxious to showcase their talents for friends at school.  It should be a lot of fun and we are excited for our students to share their passions with each other.  

 

Grade 5 Sock Hop

Our grade 5 class will be celebrating together the end of a very busy year on June 20th.  We worked hard on our + 1 learnings to prepare for middle school.  The teachers - Madame West, Madame Melanson Stiles, Madame L. Roy, Madame Hale and Madame J. Roy have organized the event and are looking forward to a late afternoon of fun with their classes.  The event is casual dress and healthy snacks will be served.  Congratulations to all of our Grade 5's who will be moving on to Lewisville Middle School.  

 

Grade 3 - 5 Awards 

Students in grades 3 - 5 will be celebrating learning on Thursday, June 21.  We will gather in the gym to recognize the achievements of our students. We have been working hard on personalizing our learning - working everyday on +1 learning goals.  Students have made many gains and we are very proud of the progress they have made.  We are hoping that they will continue to ask questions and find things to wonder about over the summer.  We want our children to be critical thinkers who work together to solve complex problems.  


June 15
Evergreen Park School News!

Our grade 8 students will be heading to Halifax Monday morning, June 18th, and then back to Mount Allison University Tuesday, June 19th, as part of their year-end trip. They will be returning to EPS on Wednesday evening, June 20th. 

Our annual EPS Field Day will be held on the morning of Tuesday, June 19th.

The staff of EPS would like to wish our students and their families a safe, relaxing, and memorable summer vacation!

June 15
Thanks from the Birchmount Bears

The staff and students would like to give a big shout out to the United Way and Assumption Life for all the time they invested at Birchmount School for Day of Caring.  The volunteers worked tirelessly throughout the day beautifying the grounds which now look absolutely stunning.  Your time and energy is so very appreciated...thank you from all the Bears!

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June 15
BMHS wins Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest

​Congratulations to Mr. Corbett, Mr. Cormier and their students for winning the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest.  For the contest, the students identified a need for increased healthy food options for their school community, constructing an aquaponic garden system to grow a steady supply of fruits and vegetables for students, by students.​ Please click on the link below to see the video.  

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MaIGdvBWMgo&feature=youtu.be​ ​ 

June 08
Day of Caring at Salisbury Elementary
On Friday June 8th, students planted our gardens and our k classes planted Marigolds on Main Street as part of our day of caring. Employees from Exxon-Mobil helped out by spreading mulch and making our school grounds look prettier. Our local Lions'Club prepared lunch for all students that included an apple and bottles of water donated by Farm Credit Canada. A huge thank you goes out to our resource teacher Karen Rogers for organizing!
June 08
Havelock School Musical "Pirates"

 

This year’s Havelock School K-5 Musical “PIRATES” will be presented next Thursday June 14 at 12:15 pm and 6:30 pm. The production will feature performances by the Havelock Hula Hoop Club, songs by the Kindergarten, Grade 1 & 2 classes, as well as a musical featuring all students from grades 3 to 5.

 

 

June 08
Evergreen Park School News!

Our grade 7 classes will be going to Camp Wildwood on Tuesday, June 12th, for their end-of-year field trip.

Our grade 6 classes will be going to Camp Centennial on Tuesday, June 12th, for their end-of-year field trip.

As the school year draws to a close, EPS would like to recognize and express our appreciation to all of our parent and community volunteers that have helped and supported us this past school year in a variety of ways. We will be holding our annual Volunteer Tea on Wednesday, June 13th, from 9:45-10:30 am in the cafeteria.

Our grade 1 classes will be going to the Magnetic Hill Zoo on the morning of Wednesday, June 13th, for their field trip.

Gr.7-8 parents are invited to attend an information session on Middle School Pods which will be implemented at EPS in the fall. The session will be from 6:00-7:00 p.m.

On Thursday, June 14th, EPS will be holding its annual Awards Ceremony and Leaving Party for the grade 8 students moving on to high school in the fall. Certificates of Promotion will be distributed and various special awards, trophies, and medals will be given out to students identified as Shining Stars in each of the grade 8 homerooms. Congratulations to all of our grade 8 students and best wishes as they venture on to high school in September. The ceremony starts at 6:00 p.m.

June 08
Bessborough Leadership Students

PJ Walk for Kids - Join us in your PJs from 9-11 a.m. on Sunday, June 10th Centennial Park, Moncton

 

Funds raised will support Maritime families with sick children Last year we helped 1,253 families from New Brunswick

 

• Start your morning with a Pancake Breakfast • Walk in your PJs and enjoy en route entertainment • Celebrate with fun activities and refreshments for the whole family • Fundraise to support Maritime families with sick children *Register at pjwalk.ca or on-site on Sunday.

 

Bessborough Leadership students will be volunteering at the event. If you're unable to attend the event but would like to make a donation through the Bessborough team page please go to:

 

 

http://support.rmhatlantic.ca/site/TR/Events/General?team_id=1076&pg=team&fr_id=1080

June 08
Bessborough Bengal News

This year, a group of Middle School students have been working extremely hard on a cross-curricular project focused on the United Nation’s 17 Goals for Sustainable Development. (http://worldslargestlesson.globalgoals.org/ )

 

Students have created games, products, and even STEM Designs to promote their Goals!  This project is part of our School's Deeper Learning Theory Program and also promotes the development of Global Competencies and is supported by an Action Research Project with the University of New Brunswick and The Department of Education and Early Childhood Development led by Mrs. Raworth, Mr. Murphy and Mme. Gautreau.

 

On June 7th the students from the above mentioned classes as well as Mrs. Chalifoux and Miss Ross' classes created a showcase style fair. Students from multiple classrooms displayed, sold, and promoted their work. 

 

Funds raised from student products sold, will be held in an account at the school, and students will be empowered to make a decision on where the funds will be spent (charitable organization in the community, global initiative, etc.)

 

This was an amazing event that promoted global awareness, and making a difference in the World!
June 07
Prom Picture Venue Schedule

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June 07
Scholar's Choice School Success Fund!
 Scholars Choice has a School Success fund where we are taking donations for local schools in each community to help fund extra projects. If you would like more information and want to apply for project funding follow this link: http://info.scholarschoice.ca/school-success-fund
June 06
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.   

MHS Advanced Psychology students have been busy creating and delivering presentations on stress, sleep, wellness, the teen brain, social psychological theories and healthy relationships this month. They did six presentations at local middle schools, helping prepare our newest Purple Knights for their transition to high school. They also presented at the MHS Mental Health Day and in several grades nine and ten classes. This has been a wonderful opportunity for MHS students to stretch their learning & to take leadership roles with younger students. Well done, AP Psych 2018! ​

June 06
PJ Walk for Kids Bessborough Leadership

On Friday, May 24th, Leadership students had a popcorn day and raised $420.00 for Ronald McDonald Charities Atlantic!

 

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, May 28th, Bessborough Leadership students volunteered in the Ronald McDonald Room located in the Moncton Hospital. Students volunteer with the Home for Dinner program, which allows family members to stay close to their loved ones while they receive treatment at the hospital. Money was donated to prepare Becca Schofield's favourite meal, so students prepared homemade mac and cheese with lobster in her honour. Becca's parents joined Leadership students in the Ronald McDonald Room as they prepared the meal.

June 06
Moncton Youth Orchestra and Sistema NB Season Finales

As the 2017-2018 season comes to a close, we want to invite you to our season finale concerts here in Moncton! 

  • Moncton Youth Orchestra's season finale will be on Sunday, June 10th at 2:30pm at the Moncton Wesleyan Church. This concert will feature Canada's most famous trombone quintet: iTromboni!
  • Sistema NB Moncton Centre's season finale will be on Tuesday, June 12th at 6:30pm at the Moncton Wesleyan Church. This concert features all 240 children who attend Sistema every day!

As always, admission for these concerts is free! Please share this invitation with friends and family. Thank you for your support!

 

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Chers amis de Sistema NB,

 

Alors que la saison 2017-2018 se termine, nous voulons vous inviter aux concert de fin de saison ici à Moncton!

  • Le concert de fin de saison de l'Orchestre des jeunes de Moncton sera le dimanche 10 juin, à 14h30, à l'église Moncton Wesleyan. Ce concert mettra en vedette le célèbre quintet de trombones Canadien, iTromboni!
  • Le concert de fin de saison de Sistema NB Moncton sera le mardi 12 juin, à 18h30, à l'église Moncton Wesleyan. Ce concert mettre en vedette tout nos 240 musiciens qui participent à Sistema chaque jour!

Comme toujours, l'entrée est gratuite pour tous nos concerts! Svp partagez cette invitation avec votre famille et vos amis. Merci pour votre soutien!

 

Merci!

 

Jonathan Astley

Acting Centre Director, Sistema NB

Office: (506) 387-7201

Mobile: (506) 962-5272

jastley@nbyo-ojnb.com

sistemanb.ca
June 01
2018 Graduation Schedule

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June 01
2018 Dragon Boat Festival High School Schedule

Dragon boat schedule for all of our High Schools, Friday June 1st at Jones Lake.

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June 01
Evergreen Park School News!

On Monday afternoon, June 4th, the grade 7-8 Alphastars Leadership Team will be going to Camp Centennial for their field trip. Their volunteerism and leadership is greatly appreciated throughout the school year!

On Wednesday, June 7th, EPS will be holding a Student Wellness Day for students in grades 7-8. This day is a fun-filled educational day for all students in these grades. Throughout the day, students are involved in interactive sessions geared at addressing health issues such as body image, stress, age-appropriate exercise, anxiety, relationships, wellness, dangers of drug use, etc. Presenters offer factual information and facilitate discussion of topics that help our students as they make their way through middle school and high school.

May 25
Frank L. Bowser News

Monday, May 28th, Welcome to Kindergarten for pre-K students will be held at the school at 9:00am and 10:00am.

There will be a Home and School meeting on Wednesday, May 30th, at 6:00pm at the school.

Thursday, May 31th, is Popcorn Day!

May 25
Family Fun Day

Our Annual Family Fun Day is being held this Saturday, May 26th, from 10 am until 1 pm at Magnetic Hill School.
Join us for a morning of family fun. We will have inflatables, scavenger hunt, cake walk, a mock jail, BBQ and more!
This a carnival type event, tickets can be pruchased at the door and used at the activities you want to take part in.

For more information please contact the school at 856-3428

May 25
Harrison Trimble High School News!

​Harrison Trimble is extremely proud to congratulate Peter Zhu on his bronze medal at the Canada Wide Science Fair last week. Peter has been working with a student from Fredericton High School as well as a professor from UNB.

Ryan Allen, a physical education and science teacher at Trimble, has recently been named an apprentice to the national swim team coaches and will be attending the Pan Pacific Para-swimming Championships in Australia this summer.  Ryan is one of just 5 coaches in Canada to be given this amazing opportunity.

May 25
Bessborough Bengal News

On Friday May 25, Bessborough Leadership students will be hosting a popcorn and twin or PJ Day. Leadership students are also going to do "Spring into Spring" activities outside during recess and lunch. Similar to what they did for Snow Much Fun. Students can choose to go to the stations they'll run, but it will be voluntary. 

On Monday, May 28th, Bessborough Leadership students will be volunteering in the Ronald McDonald Room located in the Moncton Hospital. Students volunteer with the Home for Dinner program, which allows family members to stay close to their loved ones while they receive treatment at the hospital. Money was donated to prepare Becca Schofield's favourite meal, so students will be preparing homemade mac and cheese with lobster in her honour.

 

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

 

May 25
Fish Friends

On Friday June 01, 2018, the Grades 3 & 4 classes at Havelock School will have the opportunity to participate in the salmon release at the Petitcodiac Sportsman Club in Elgin. For many years our students have had the benefit of watching salmon eggs hatch and mature to the point of release. In celebration, there will also be a guest speaker and bbq. Special thanks to Sterling Goddard, Fish Friends chairman, for making this opportunity possible.

May 25
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 offered sessions on healthy eating, body image, self care, inner beauty.

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

May 25
Evergreen Park School News!

Kindergarten, Gr.1 and Gr.2 will be having their Spring Concert on Tuesday, May 29th, starting at 6:30 p.m. Students are not supervised until 6:15 p.m. so please do not drop off children before that time.

The District Turn Around Achievement Awards will be held on Wednesday, May 30th, at 6:30 p.m. at Riverview High School. Congratulations to this year’s recipient, Bradley Hebert.

Gr.8 EPS students will be visiting BMHS on Thursday, May 31st, at the Gathering of the Clans event.
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