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May 26
Teacher-Author News!

Our trio of ASD-E teacher-authors are at it again! Odette Barr (author/illustrator), Colleen Landry (author) and Beth Weatherbee (author) have published the second in a series of adventure stories that follow a New Brunswick Canada goose as she navigates her way through life. Last year it was an early chapter book, Follow the Goose Butt, Camelia Airheart!; this year it is a picture book, Take Off to Tantramar

Camelia, the loveable goose with a faulty GPS—goose positioning system—is off to the Tantramar Wetlands in search of a leg “bracelet” (just like her Aunt Tillie’s!). While there, Camelia and her brother, McCurdy, meet a rapping mallard duck, Drake, and get into all kinds of trouble.

Books will soon be available in stores and online, but why not watch our teachers perform a reading at their book launch, appropriately located at the Tantramar Wetlands Centre (at the back of TRHS) on Saturday, June 17 at 1-3 pm.

Come on out for the animated reading, slideshow, cake, refreshments and activities!​

May 26
Moncton High School News!

Where I’ve Been – A Rock Musical

 In Life, the decisions we make not only affect our lives but also the lives of the people around us.

This story is about a Family and their friends from a small town.   The parents, Jack and Ronda, are teachers. Both kids, Tommy and Jackie, are graduating and life as it does, it is going to change.

The show will be be presented on May 31st starting at 6:30. Tickets are $5 at the door.

We (Moncton High School) are so excited to be named as one of the 150 regional-finalists for the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Challenge! As our students work on a real-world project to help us better our school and community, this initiative is inspiring them and getting them closer than ever to STEM subjects. We’re hoping to win up to $20,000 in Samsung tech for our classrooms!”

May 31st, MHS is having its first career day tailored for students in grade 10. This event will have many groups of employees and outside agencies to help students learn about various post high school opportunities.


The MHS Girls Basketball program will be running a Jr. NXT Level Basketball Day camp June 26th to 30th at MHS.  The camp will run Monday to Thursday from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM and Friday from 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM.  Early drop off supervision will be available each day starting at 8:15 AM.  Please check www.monctonhigh.nbed.nb for more information about the camp.

 

MHS will be the host location of Moncton's NXT Level Summer Tip Off tournament June 2nd to 4th. The event will see 5 teams from across New Brunswick and 5 teams from Nova Scotia.  Games begin at 5:30 PM on Friday, June 2nd and continue on until Sunday, June 4th at 3:00 PM (Championship Game).  It should prove to be a very busy and competitive weekend of basketball at Moncton High School.

May 26
Edith Cavell School News!

On May 30th we will be having our Monthly Assembly at Edith Cavell. During the assembly, students, staff, and parents will be treated to a skipping performance by our Grade 2 students. Over the past 8 weeks, our Grade 2 students have been working hard with Jenny from JumpFit preparing for their performance.​

May 26
Caledonia Regional School News!

The grads of 2017, along with their families, are invited to a Garden Party held in their honour on June 1st starting at 5pm at the school.  Hope to see you there.

For the first time ever Caledonia will be competing in the Greater Moncton Dragon Boat Festival at Jones Lake. The Roaring Tigers will take to the lake next Friday night, June 2nd in the high school challenge. Come out and cheer for us! The Roaring Tigers raised over $2000 from local business sponsors that will benefit both the Lions' Sick Kids and the CRHS Safe Grad. 

Our CRHS Albert County Junior Historical Society were present when Alaina Lockhart, the Member of Parliament for Fundy Royal, announced the $25, 000 in “seed” money for the Albert County Historical Society.   This money will support and promote a number of environmental stewardships centered on gardening traditions.   

CRHS Talent Show will be presented on Wednesday, 7 June, at 9 am.

 

 

May 26
Beaverbrook School News!
 

​​​​Week of May 29th to June2nd

Tuesday, May 30th -

- Grade 8 students are having a bake sale to raise money for their year end activities. Items will be sold for.25 and.50.

Wednesday, May 31st -

- Our own Joey Stewart is the proud recipricant of the Turnaround Acheivement Award at the District Award night.

- Special wellness dance instructor will be on site to offer students an experience related to dance according to the curriculum.

Thursday, June 1st -

- Grade 8 students will attend grade 9 orientation at HTHS.

- Special wellness dance instructor will be on site to offer students an experience related to dance according to the curriculum.

Friday, June 2nd -

Kindergarten students will have NO SCHOOL today as the PRE K students will come to school for orientation and Dino Bus safety.

 

May 26
Harrison Trimble High School News!

​On Thursday, May 25th the HTHS grad class of 2017 put on a wondeful fashion show.  Friends, family, and staff had the opportunity to view fashions from local retailers as well as clothes designed by the students themselves.  A shout out to Mrs. Saunders for organizing the event.

May 26
Bessborough School News!

On Thursday, May 25th, students in grades 5-8 took part in an assembly hosted by the non-profit organization WE. A representative from WE flew to Moncton from Toronto to deliver the inspirational speech that spread messages of kindness and the importance of shifting our thinking from me to WE. Thirty Leadership students then took part in a workshop to develop an action plan for an activity that will take place at CF Champlain in the fall.

 
On Monday, May 29th, Bessborough 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're receiving treatment at the hospital.
 
Join us at Centennial Park on June 11th for the first annual Rise and Shine PJ Walk in support of Ronald McDonald Charities Atlantic. Bessborough Leadership students will be volunteering at the event. Please register on-line at http://rmhatlantic.com​.
May 26
Evergreen Park School News!

Grades 3 and 4 will be having their Spring Concert on Monday, May 29th, starting at 6:30 p.m.

The District Turn Around Achievement Awards will be held on Wednesday, May 31st, at 6:30 p.m. at Riverview Middle School. Congratulations to this year’s recipient, Cole Johnston.

May 26
Magnetic Hill School News!

It is Family Fun Day at Magnetic Hill School on Saturday June 3rd from 9-3. Come out and have a fun filled day at our school. Activities include bouncy castle, face painitng, scavenger hunt, mock jail, outdoor activities (weather permitting)​, bbq, ice cream truck and a chance to win a huge gift basket! All proceeds in support of the Magnetic Hill Home and School and the "Avery and Ethan" Scholarship Fund. For more information please contact the school at 856-3428

May 26
Havelock School News!

The Havelock School Grades 4 & 5 classes will be attending The Progressive Agriculture Safety Day 2017 at the Petitcodiac Arena on Thursday, June 1.

The goal of this event is to teach students the importance of thinking and acting safely at home, work and play. Participants will engage in a wide variety of interactive sessions and displays put on by WorkSafeNB staff and its many safety partners. The day promises to be full of educational and memorable activities.
May 19
Claude D. Taylor School News!

Claude D. Taylor School will be hosting Spin a Thon for staff and students May 25th.  

We are raising money to purchase a SPARK spin bike for each of our classrooms. Spin bikes have been proven to help children self-regulate emotions and behaviour. One of our school goals for the next year is focused on self-regulation and mindfulness as both greatly impact student learning.  This event is our major fundraiser for the purchase of the bikes.  We currently have 3 Spin Bikes and hope to be able to purchase an additional 13 to meet our goal. Wish us luck and please contact the school if you would like to donate!​​

May 19
West Riverview School News!

Last night, WRES hosted its Night of the Arts – an evening dedicated to showcasing the artistic and musical talents of our students. Everyone enjoyed a relaxed evening of admiring students’ artwork and watching a variety of musical performances. The face painting, photo booth, meeting the cast of our school drama, and the raffle were enjoyed by all. A huge thank you to students and their families, staff, community members, and sponsors for making Night of the Arts a huge success!​

May 19
Riverside Consolidated School News!

This week we were very excited to have 38 chickens hatch in our grade k/1 classroom.  One of our parents, Daniel Sinclair, setup the incubator in the classroom with 42 eggs.  The students learned all about the process and phases of chickens as they developed from eggs to live chickens.  The students were thrilled with 38 chickens came out of the incubator and into their larger holding tub until they went home on Thursday May 18th.  Special thanks to Mr. Daniel Sinclair for his willingness to teach the students about chickens.​

May 19
Moncton High School News!

We (Moncton High School) are so excited to be named as one of the 150 regional-finalists for the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Challenge! As our students work on a real-world project to help us better our school and community, this initiative is inspiring them and getting them closer than ever to STEM subjects. We’re hoping to win up to $20,000 in Samsung tech for our classrooms!”


May 31st, MHS is having its first career day tailored for students in grade 10. This event will have many groups of employees and outside agencies to help students learn about various post high school opportunities.


The MHS Girls Basketball program will be running a Jr. NXT Level Basketball Day camp June 26th to 30th at MHS.  The camp will run Monday to Thursday from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM and Friday from 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM.  Early drop off supervision will be available each day starting at 8:15 AM.  Please check www.monctonhigh.nbed.nb for more information about the camp.

 

MHS will be the host location of Moncton's NXT Level Summer Tip Off tournament June 2nd to 4th. The event will see 5 teams from across New Brunswick and 5 teams from Nova Scotia.  Games begin at 5:30 PM on Friday, June 2nd and continue on until Sunday, June 4th at 3:00 PM (Championship Game).  It should prove to be a very busy and competitive weekend of basketball at Moncton High School.

 

May 19
Magnetic Hill School News!
On Thursday May 25 two Magnetic Hill School Students will be honored at the Turning Points awards events at the Wu Conference Centre in Fredericton. Congratulations to Honorable Mention Award Winner, Drew Pellerin and 2nd Place Provincial Winner Hallie Thompson. Both students shared a piece detailing their struggle with adversity in their lives. We are so very pround of you both at Magnetic Hill. For more information please contact Magnetic Hill School.

Students involved in the Partners for Youth Program at Magnetic Hill School will be celebrating the end of their program with a day at the Open Sky Coop in Sackville NB on May 26th. The students will visit a farm and learn about the day to operations. For more information please contact us at Magnetic Hill School 856-3428

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May 19
Harrison Trimble High School News!

Congratulations to teacher Lawrence McGillivary on being selected once again to represent peer recruiters in the Atlantic regions at the 2017 National Honouring Our Lifeblood event. His contributions to Canada’s blood system are deeply appreciated. The event will be held from the 10th of September to the 12th in Ottawa.

The Trojan Field Lacrosse team will be playing BMHS on Friday, May 19th at 7:45 pm at Rocky Stone field.  This game will be televised by Rogers Community TV and the team would like to see as many fans as possible in there.  Rogers has scheduled interviews with a couple of our players and coaches.

May 19
Beaverbrook School News:

Tuesday, May Tuesday, May 23rd Beaverbrook school offers free lunch to all students. Free lunch is offered every Tuesday with supplies being donated from various businesses and volunteers from the Kiwanis Club prepare the food for this weekly meal.

Wednesday, May ​24th the RCMP volunteers will do a bicycle safety course for our grade 3 students.

Thursday, May 25th students who are involved in Partners for Youth at the grade 6,7 & 8 level will spend the day at the Open Sky Adventure.

Thursday, May 25th grade 8 students will be selling freezies for .50 and $1.00 at lunch time to raise funds for their year end activities. They will sell these freezies every Thursday until year end.

Friday, May 26th we will be having our monthly student recognition assembly in our gym at 10:30 am.   Parents are always welcome to attend.

 

 

May 19
Bessborough School News!

On Thursday, May 25th, Bessborough middle school students will be hosting a speaker from WE. WE Charity empowers change with resources that create sustainable impact. WE is also a movement that brings people together and gives them the tools to change the world. After the assembly, 25 Leadership students will be participating in a workshop, and one lucky Leadership student from Bessborough will be awarded a scholarship for the WE take action camp this summer in Ontario!

 
On Friday, May 26th, Leadership students will be participating in WE are Silent. The campaign raises funds for the non-profit charity WE. Students remain silent for those whose voices cannot be heard.
 
Join us at Centennial Park on June 11th for the first annual Rise and Shine PJ Walk in support of Ronald McDonald Charities Atlantic. Bessborough Leadership students will be volunteering at the event. Please register on-line at http://rmhatlantic.com.
May 12
Claude D. Taylor School News!

Claude D. Taylor School will be hosting Spin a Thon for staff and students May 25th.  

We are raising money to purchase a SPARK spin bike for each of our classrooms. Spin bikes have been proven to help children self-regulate emotions and behaviour. One of our school goals for the next year is focused on self-regulation and mindfulness as both greatly impact student learning.  This event is our major fundraiser for the purchase of the bikes.  We currently have 3 Spin Bikes and hope to be able to purchase an additional 13 to meet our goal. Wish us luck and please contact the school if you would like to donate!​

May 12
Riverview Middle School News!

Riverview Middle School takes over CHAPTERS -  On Wednesday, May 17th, from 6 – 9pm, Riverview Middle School will be holding their biannual Chapters FUNdraiser at Chapters in Dieppe.  RMS has a culture of reading and encourages it by giving students as much choice for their reading material as possible.  To do this, RMS teachers have classroom libraries that are either self-funded or funded through the use of our biannual fundraisers.  To date, parents, families and friends of our students, have been extremely supportive.  A portion of all proceeds, of any products purchased at Chapters, goes directly to classroom libraries.  So, once again, we are asking for your support.  Come out May 17th, purchase a coffee, enjoy entertainment provided by our students, and help support the love of reading!   See you there!​​

May 12
Harrison Trimble High School News!

Harrison Trimble’s Drama department is proud to present two plays in one night.  You’re Driving Me Crazy, by Todd Wallinger, consists of four separate scenes about what it’s like to be in driver’s ed, from the perspectives of both the students AND the teachers.  The Final Goodbye, written and directed by two HTHS grads, Faith Higgins and Emma Despres, is about a graduation party gone terribly, deathly wrong.  The show is on Tuesday, May 16, in the Harrison Trimble auditorium.  Doors open at 6:30, show starts at 7:00.  Tickets are $8 for seniors and students, and $10 for adults.  Tickets may be purchased at the Harrison Trimble main office, or online at www.harrisontrimble.ca, or at the door the night of the event.​

May 12
Petitcodiac Regional School News!

For the first time ever, Petitcodiac Regional School will enter a team in the Dragon Boat Festival to be held at Jones Lake on Friday June 2nd beginning at 4 pm.  22 of our finest high school students will be competing in the race.  Every high school in Anglophone East School District will be represented.  A total of twenty-three teams will raise a minimum of forty-six thousand dollars for the Lion’s Sick Children’s Fund and other local charities. 

Petitcodiac Regional School’s Team, “Unortho-Docks” needs your support in reaching our goal of fundraising two thousand dollars.  You can support our team by making a donation.  Donations can be made at the Main Office of PRS or electronically through School Cash On-Line at https://district2.schoolcashonline.com/  The PRS Unortho-Docks Dragon Boat Team appreciates your support of this worthy cause.

On Thursday, May 18th at 6:30 pm an information session will be held in the Teaching Theatre at Petitcodiac Regional School for families interested in learning more about hosting an international exchange student.  Atlantic International Education is looking for host families for students to attend PRS in the fall.  Information will be shared on countries and time frames, programs for international students, reimbursement formulas, expectations for host families and expectations for international students.  For further information, interested families can contact Malcolm Stewart at 372-9275.

May 12
Magnetic Hill School News!

The Grade 8 Graduating Class of Magnetic Hill School is hosting a Craft Fair, Yard Sale, BBQ and Bottle Drive on Saturday from 9-3. All are welcome.

For more information please contact Magnetic Hill School 856-3428


 

Our Arts-Smart Night of the Arts is being held on Wednesday May 17th starting at 6:00 in the cafeteria. Come and see displays of student work from our Orange Team who created works with the theme of "Unity Through Diversity". All are welcome.

For more information please contact Magnetic Hill School

856-3428​​

May 12
Caledonia Regional School News!

Jonathan Alward-O'Neil and Ada O'Neil participated in the John Peters Humphrey Model UN Conference held at St. Thomas University last weekend. Congratulations to Jonathan who won 2nd runner up in the 'best delegate' category for his committee.

 

Congratulations to Ada O'Neil who will be travelling to Ottawa, Ontario from June 28 July 3 as part of the 150 delegates selected nationally for their submissions to the 150&Me contest. 150&Me will involve thousands of young Canadians in a conversation about Canada’s future, encouraging young people to take a leadership role in celebrating Canada’s 150th birthday.

 

Congratulations to Brooklyn Wilkins, a grade 10 student at Caledonia, for winning 2nd place in the provincial French Oratorical competition, held at Université de Moncton last weekend.

 

 

May 12
Moncton High School News!

The Moncton High Drama group will be presenting two short plays, "Maid to Order" and "Twain's Tales" on Wednesday May 17th   Doors open at 6:00 and the show starts at 6:30.

Tickets are available only at the door 5$

May 17th, MHS is hosting Teresa Norris as she presents to the school on Healthy Relationships. In today's society it is important that our youth learn about relationships and the experiences surrounding them.

May 31st, MHS is having its first career day tailored for students in grade 10. This event will have many groups of employees and outside agencies to help students learn about various post high school opportunities.


The MHS Girls Basketball program will be running a Jr. NXT Level Basketball Day camp June 26th to 30th at MHS.  The camp will run Monday to Thursday from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM and Friday from 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM.  Early drop off supervision will be available each day starting at 8:15 AM.  Please check www.monctonhigh.nbed.nb for more information about the camp.

May 12
Frank L. Bowser School News!
Our Frank L. Bowser Home and School have once again been busy organizing a fun-filled 3 hour Spring Fair for this Saturday, May 13th at the school  from 10 am to 1 pm. Everyone is welcome to attend! There are games, silent auction items and a canteen.  Looking forward to another successful event!

May 12
Evergreen Park School News!

Congratulations to the Grade 5-6 Boys’ and Girls’ Badminton Teams. Both the Boys A Team and the Girls’ A Team won 1st place. As well, the Boys’ B Team won 3rd for doubles and 3rd for singles. Thank you for a wonderful season!

Congratulations go out to Cristina Bolonyi who placed 1st at the Concours provincial d’art oratoire / Provincial speech contest at U de M last weekend.

On Tuesday, May 16th, grade 4 students will be going to the Wetlands for a field trip.

On Wednesday, May 17th, students from BMHS’ Student Government will be visiting EPS to provide grade 8 students an orientation to high school.

Grades 3 and 4 will be having their Spring Concert on Monday, May 29th, starting at 6:30 p.m.

May 12
Bessborough School News!

Friday, May 12th, is popcorn and dress like a crayon (all in one colour) day at Bessborough School. Leadership students sell popcorn for $1 to raise funds for local and global non-profit organizations.

 
Bessborough's middle school neon dance will be help on Thursday, May 18th from 6-8 p.m.
 
Join us at Centennial Park on June 11th for the first annual Rise and Shine PJ Walk in support of Ronald McDonald Charities Atlantic. Bessborough Leadership students will be volunteering at the event. Please register on-line at http://rmhatlantic.com​.
May 09
 Petitcodiac Regional School News!

May 10th  6 pm: Parents and students are encouraged to attend an “Online Safety” information session conducted by a panel of school personnel and representatives from the RCMP. Discussion topics will include the impact of social media, and the legal aspects of online activity. 

May 10th   The PRS Grad Class of 2017 will present the hilariously entertaining “Womanless Pageant”. The show begins at 7 pm in the gym and admission is $5. Proceeds from the show will go to the local food bank and the United Way.

May 09
Caledonia News!

Caledonia News:

CRHS Broadway Revue 2017 will be presented this Monday evening May 8 at 6:30 pm.  Doors open at 6 pm.  General admission at the door.  Cost:  Adults $10, students and seniors $8.  The student council will be selling snacks prior to the performance and during intermission.  Please come and support our students at CRHS.

 

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