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September 22
Caledonia Regional High School News!

To honour Becca Schofield and her message, Caledonia Regional accepted a challenge to schools across the province to have students and staff commit an act of kindness.  

On Monday, September 18th, Student Council members, along with the Grads of ‘18 started the day by placing positive post-it-note comments on the lockers and classrooms/offices etc. of every student and staff mem

ber at CRHS. 

Just before morning break, Student Council continued to spread the message of #BeccaToldMeTo by gathering all of the students and staff of CRHS to the soccer field to create a # symbol as a means of showing each individuals’ commitment to kindness.

Feeling great about the positive vibes of the staff and students at CRHS, Student Council members decided to take that joy and kindness across the catwalk and spent their noon hour taking part in activities/games with Hillsborough Elementary students.

Way to go Tigers!

 

The Cookie Dough & Magazine Campaign is Back!

Caledonia Regional is excited to have once again joined forces with QSP for the Cookie Dough and Magazine Fundraiser.

The campaign will kick start on Friday, October 6th and all order forms must be returned to the school by Monday, October 23rd.

This is a great fundraising campaign that helps CRS raise money in support of school events to help promote student involvement, and Tiger Pride.

Thank you in advance for helping to support CRHS Tigers!


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September 22
Frank L. Bowser News

​Riverview Boys and Girls Club Power Hour for Grade 5 students who have signed up will start this Thursday, September 28th, at noon in the gym.

After-School Soccer with the Riverview Soccer Association for Grade 3-5 students will start this Thursday at 2:35.

This Friday, September 29th,  we will have Orange Shirt Day.   Students will also participate in a Terry Fox walk at lunch time.  They are asked to bring in a contribution of $2 to donate to this worthy cause.

 The All World Super Play Park at FLB is planned to be replaced in the summer of 2018.  Last year our FLB Playground Project committee (www.flbplaygroundproject.com<http://www.flbplaygroundproject.com>) solicited feedback from the students, parents, and teachers alike; one thing was very clear, they all want something with a similar look and feel.  We have started the process of fundraising, and we are kicking off this school year by partnering with the Riverview Lions Club to put on a Chase the Ace.  Tickets will be available Wednesdays and Fridays from 5:30pm-7:30pm at the Five Bridges Pub, and Sundays from 6pm-8pm at the Riverview Lions Club.  The draws will take place every Sunday at 8:15pm at the Lions Club hall.  For full details visit www.riverviewcta.com<http://www.riverviewcta.com> or visit us on Facebook. (https://www.facebook.com/riverviewcta/).

September 22
Moncton High School News!

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.


Meet the Teacher Night is going to take place on Wednesday, September 27
th from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM

On Saturday October 7th from 9:30 AM to 2:30 PM, MHS is hosting a Drive 4 UR School Event.  Come out and take a test drive in a 2018 Ford and raise funds for a great cause at the same time.  There will also be a BBQ as well as some other special events.

MHS is pleased to host its 5th annual “Girls Knight Out”, on Thursday, November 9th from 4-9pm. We want to start the year off with this wonderful event to encourage female identifying students to support one another and to build lasting relationships. The students are encouraged to bring their female role models to take part in the evening and to share in the excitement.

This fun-filled night involves community partnerships and encompasses activities, pampering, education, team building, nutritious food and much more.

If anyone from the community would like to take part, they are welcome to contact the MHS guidance team. 

Please save the date and we look forward to seeing you there.

September 22
Bernice MacNaughton High School News!

​Gwynne Dyer speaks!

Gwynne Dyer (world-renoun political commentator) is coming to speak to some classes on October 3rd.

Friends of the Highlanders Fall Activities:

What's "Friends of the Highlanders"?  It's a booster club that raises money for larger purchases that aren't covered in the provincial school budgets, such as football fields and theatre improvements.  Sometimes, they cover team fees for athletes who are financially disadvantaged.
There will be a Friends of the Highlanders meeting on Wednesday, September 27 at 6:30 in the Library.

Also, Friends of the Highlanders will have a table set up at the football game on Friday, September 29.  You will be able to buy tickets there to our November 3 fundraising auction​.

Finally, a Friends of the Highlanders Fall Fundraiser is happening on November 3rd

There will be a silent auction, music, games and refreshments. Come to this great annual event to support Bernice MacNaughton High School and its students. The cost is 20$ per ticket.

Student Fees / Activities Fees:

Parents are encouraged to go online to SchoolCash Online to pay any student fees or activity fees.  It's quick and convenient.  Just look for the SchoolCash link on the Anglophone East main webpage.

Elections:

Grade 9 Rep Elections are happening on Thursday, Sept 28th, while Grad Council Elections are happening on Wednesday, October 4th.

School Store:

Our school store is finally open for business at lunch during the week.  If you would like to purchase a surprise gift for your favorite Highlander, just contact the school and speak to the advisor, Mrs. Wasson.


September 22
Riverview East School News!

Middle School Boys' and Girls' soccer teams have been practicing hard and participating in District competition.

Elementary and Middle School cross country teams have been having fun and working hard, with over 70 students participating!

Power Hour for grade 5 students runs on Thursday and Fridays at noon hour, and starts next Thursday.

PSSC meets Wednesday, September 27th, at 6:00pm at RES.

On Friday, September 29th, RES will be holding its annual Terry Fox Walk, at 10:40 am. We will also be participating in Orange Shirt Day that Friday.

September 22
Bessborough Bengal News!

Friday, September 22nd is popcorn and PJ day at Bessborough School. All funds raised will support the Terry Fox Foundation for cancer research.

 

Bessborough students will be participating in the annual Terry Fox walk on Thursday, September 28th. If Leadership students reach their goal of raising $500 for the Terry Fox Foundation, Mr. Mattatall and Mr. Williams, Bessborough's principal and vice principal, have agreed once again this year to wear silly hats during the walk.

During the week of September 25th - 29th students at Bessborough will be taking part in activities in their classes as part of Orange Day. This is a day that helps raise awareness of the effect that residential schools have had on Aboriginal families and communities. Also, students will wear an orange shirt to demonstrate their awareness and support on Friday September 29th.


September 22
Evergreen Park School News!

Our Breakfast program is now available five days a week. 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 29th is Orange Shirt Day, where students and staff are invited to wear orange shirts as a symbol of the wrongs done by the residential school system to Aboriginal children and communities. Orange Shirt Day gives us an opportunity to better understand the history that binds us and is part of reconciliation to allow us “live together in dignity, peace, and prosperity on these lands we now share.” (Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada, 2015, p.7).

September 22
Queen Elizabeth School News!

​The Queen Elizabeth School's Home and School will be hosting our annual fall fair on Saturday, November 4 from 9:00 to 3:00.  If you are interested in having a table set up, please email Brenda at bwilson1711@hotmail.com​. 

September 22
AARAO Fair! University and College Tour News!

On Tuesday, October 17th and Wednesday October 18th students in grades 11 and 12 will be traveling to the Moncton Coliseum to explore their options for post-secondary education and opportunities. Students will have access to representatives from Universities, Colleges, Trades and Apprenticeship programs and employment opportunities following graduation.  


The Fair is open to the public (parents and caregivers are welcome to attend) on Tuesday, October 17th in the evening from 6 - 8 p.m. ​

September 15
AARAO Fair! University and College Tour News!

​On Tuesday, October 17th and Wednesday October 18th students in grades 11 and 12 will be traveling to the Moncton Coliseum to explore their options for post-secondary education and opportunities. Students will have access to representatives from Universities, Colleges, Trades and Apprenticeship programs and employment opportunities following graduation.  

The Fair is open to the public (parents and caregivers are welcome to attend) on Tuesday, October 17th in the evening from 6 - 8 p.m. 


September 15
Petitcodiac Regional School News!

Petitcodiac Regional School will host Power-Up PRS on Thursday September 21st from 6:00 to 7:30 pm in the school cafeteria.  Parents and guardians are invited to meet the teachers and learn about student classes, activities and clubs at the school.  PSSC elections will take place at 6:30 pm. 

 

A "Class of 2018" parent meeting will be held on September 21st at 7:00 pm in the teaching theatre.

 

Wednesday, September 20th will be a half day for students in grades 6-12 with an 11:30 am dismissal.  Students in grades k-5 will have a half day on Thursday, September 21st with an 11:15 am dismissal.  Teachers will be involved in Professional Learning on both afternoons.

 

Student activities are planned throughout the week in connection with Homecoming Week.  The week will finish with the Senior High Homecoming Dance on Friday.

 

September 15
Frank L. Bowser School News!

​Students at Frank L. Bowser are encouraged to participate in Rebecca Schofield's Beccatoldmeto movement this week in honour of her day, Saturday, September 16th, by performing an act of kindness.

Dates to take note of:  

Monday, September 18th, Breakfast starts at 7:50 each morning.

Wednesday, September 20th, Hot Lunch : Papa John's and Subway are our providers.

Wednesday, September 20th, Home and School Public meeting at 6:30.


 The All World Super Play Park at FLB is planned to be replaced in the summer of 2018.  Last year our FLB Playground Project committee (www.flbplaygroundproject.com<http://www.flbplaygroundproject.com>) solicited feedback from the students, parents, and teachers alike; one thing was very clear, they all want something with a similar look and feel.  We have started the process of fundraising, and we are kicking off this school year by partnering with the Riverview Lions Club to put on a Chase the Ace.  Tickets will be available Wednesdays and Fridays from 5:30pm-7:30pm at the Five Bridges Pub, and Sundays from 6pm-8pm at the Riverview Lions Club.  The draws will take place every Sunday at 8:15pm at the Lions Club hall.  For full details visit www.riverviewcta.com<http://www.riverviewcta.com> or visit us on Facebook. (https://www.facebook.com/riverviewcta/).​





September 15
Salisbury Elementary School News!

​Thursday, September 21st is Salisbury Elementary School's annual Meet the Staff night. This is your chance to meet your child's teacher, visit the classroom and sign up for opportunities to get involved at the school.

September 15
Bessborough Bengal News

Bessborough was “Caught Being Kind”!

 

 

On Friday, September 15th, Bessborough will be celebrating “Becca Told Me To Day”. The students had discussions about selflessness and the importance of spreading kindness. The students each wrote one random act of kindness, in Becca’s honour, on a “fish” and were asked to perform the act throughout the week. They then placed their fish in the “kindness pond”. The picture of the pond will be posted to social media outlets, while using the hashtag #BeccaToldMeTo.

Friday, September 22nd will be popcorn and PJ day at Bessborough school. All funds raised will go to support the Terry Fox Foundation for cancer research. The Terry Fox Walk will take place on Thursday, September 28th, and Leadership students have prepared a short presentation for K-5 classes highlighting Terry's legacy and the lasting impact this Canadian hero has had on our society.

 

 

 

 

 

 

September 15
Queen Elizabeth School News!

​QES leadership students have accepted RHS' challenge and will be promoting random acts of kindness throughout the school and our community this week and next in support of Becca Schofield Day.  

We will be hosting our Meet the Team night on Wednesday, September 20.  The evening kicks off with a Home and School BBQ at 5:30pm followed by staff introductions in the gym at 6:30pm.  Come on out and be a part of the QES school community!

QES is currently looking for volunteers to support our Breakfast program.  If you are interested please contact the school at 856-3447.  Donations of food for breakfast, snacks and lunches are also needed.  

September 15
Evergreen Park School News!

EPS will be holding its “Meet the Teacher” night on Tuesday, September 19th, starting at 6:00 p.m.

EPS will be hosting its annual Fun Fair on the evening of Thursday, September 21st, 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 and breakfast program. 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, Fluoride program, 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 out with a variety of school events. Please contact the school if you are able to help.

Our Breakfast program is now be available five days a week. 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 15
Magnetic Hill School News

Meet the Teacher

Meet the Teacher will be held on Wednesday, September 20th at 6:00pm.  We will start our evening in the cafeteria.  Come on out and see the great things the Teachers have planned for your child. 

 

Scholastic Book Fair

We will be hosting a Scholastic Book Fair from Monday, September 18th to Friday, September 22.  It will be open the evening of Meet the Teacher.  This is a much needed fundraiser for our school library while promoting literacy at the same time!

Book Fair hours are:

Monday, September 18 - 12:00-3:00

Tuesday, September 19 - 8:00 - 3:00

Wednesday, September 20 - 8:00 - 7:30

Thursday, September 21 - 8:00 - 12:30

Friday, September 22 - 8:00 - 12:30

 

Home & School QSP Fundraiser

We are kicking off our annual QSP fundraiser on Thursday, September 21.  Look for the great things that are offered in the magazine and help support all the new incentives that Home & School are taking on.

 

 

 

 

September 15
Harrison Trimble High School News!

For Canada150, Canadian Blood Services held ceremonies as part of their Honouring Our Life Blood awards program in Ottawa earlier this week. Lawrence MacGillivary was awarded the Eastern Canada award for Recruitment - specifically for his work with promoting blood donations among Trimble's students and increasing awareness of becoming donors for life. Harrison Trimble has a very strong commitment from its grads, some of whom begin donating every two months from the time of their first donation. Congratulations to Mr. MacGillivary!

September 15
Mountain View School News!

​Mountain View School is having it's meet the staff night on Tuesday, September 19th at 6:30 p.m.

September 15
Moncton High School News!

MHS is participating in the Canadian Blood Services Young Blood campaign this year and will had their first blood donation drive on September 15th.  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.

The MHS Field Hockey team is hosting a fundraiser at St. Louis Bar & Grill on Mountain Road in Moncton on Monday, September 18th from 5 PM until closing.  The team will receive 20% from the sales of that night so please come out and order up some good food while supporting the girls.

Meet the Teacher Night is going to take place on Wednesday, September 27
th from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM

On Saturday October 7th from 9:30 AM to 2:30 PM, MHS is hosting a Drive 4 UR School Event.  Come out and take a test drive in a 2018 Ford and raise funds for a great cause at the same time.  There will also be a BBQ as well as some other special events.

MHS is pleased to host its 5th annual “Girls Knight Out”, on Thursday, November 9th from 4-9pm. We want to start the year off with this wonderful event to encourage female identifying students to support one another and to build lasting relationships. The students are encouraged to bring their female role models to take part in the evening and to share in the excitement.

This fun-filled night involves community partnerships and encompasses activities, pampering, education, team building, nutritious food and much more.

If anyone from the community would like to take part, they are welcome to contact the MHS guidance team. 

Please save the date and we look forward to seeing you there.


September 15
Salisbury Middle School News!

​The team of grade 5 teachers at Salisbury Middle School applied for and received a NBProud grant last spring.  They spent the summer planning for their project and they will be providing their students with interactive, engaging and hands on experiences with First Nations culture.  Students will have the opportunity to learn about traditional teachings, legends, songs, drumming circles and art through different guests who will be coming to the school during the last week of September. The grade 5 students of Salisbury Middle School have also had the honour of being invited to experience a traditional Sweat Lodge Ceremony at Elsipogtog First Nation. Their students are really looking forward to this unique and enriching experience. 

September 08
Riverview High School News!

Riverview High School wants to invite all schools

to participate in the #BeccaToldMeTo school challenge. Rebecca Schofield is a 2017 RHS

graduate and she has the dream to make the world a better place through acts of kindness as a part of her

#BeccaToldMeTo campaign. All that

Becca asks is for people to commit

random acts of kindness and celebrate

them through social media using the

hash tag #BeccaToldMeTo. Her hope is

that others will be motivated to in turn

commit their own acts of kindness as

they read about the movement on

social media. Her message has gone

world-wide since she launched her

campaign in December 2016 and the

New Brunswick Government declared

September 16th Becca Schofield Day to

honor Rebecca, her spirit, and her message.

Here at Riverview High School, we want to support Becca as a fellow Royal and New Brunswicker in

her cause to spread acts of kindness. As such, we are challenging every one of our students and staff

members to each commit one act of kindness on Becca Schofield day on September 16th. Our 1,200 acts

will not only help spread kindness but to also recognize Becca’s positive spirit and determination; character

traits we would hope for from all of our province’s students and staff. We will also encourage our students

and staff to celebrate these acts of kindness on social media using the #BeccaToldMeTo hashtag so that

Becca herself and others may witness the kindness spreading. After the Becca Schofield Day, we will record

and pass along to Becca the total numbers of acts of kindness our school has performed as a sign of our

commitment to her cause.

We are challenging your school’s students and staff to join us in this promotion of Becca Schofield

Day and the acts of kindness to support her cause. We would encourage where possible for people to

celebrate these acts of kindness through social media using the #BeccaToldMeTo. We would also

appreciate if you could email us at jason.reath@nbed.nb.ca the total number of acts your school has

performed so we can pass it along to Becca. This will allow students and staff who do not have access to

social media also take part in the challenge. We are recommending schools to set a goal of one act of

kindness for every student and staff. Please email us by noon on Wednesday, September 20th to have your

school’s acts of kindness added to the school challenge total.​

September 08
Bernice MacNaughton High School News!

Friends of the Highlanders :

Friends of the Highlanders will be having their first meeting on Wednesday, September 13 at 6:30 at the school.  It's a parent/alumni group that helps with all causes BMHS.

Assembly:

We will be having grade level meetings at the start of the week, and a full school assembly on Friday, September 15th.

School photos:

Our school photo days are September 19th.... Grad photos will happen November 20th to 28th.

Fun activities at BMHS:

Tuesday, Sept 12th - CornBoil and TyeDye.  It's free.  Come create some green and white wear.  Also, come have some corn and play some games.

Thursday, Sept 14th - Green and White Dance!  7pm to 10pm.

Friday, Sept 15th - Assembly

Friday, Sept 15th - Pep Rally for the football game.  Rally starts at 5:30.  come get painted and rowdy.  We march to Rocky Stone to face Odysee at 6:30.

Grade 9 Representative:

We will be looking for a grade 9 representative for Student Government.  Elections are at the end of September.  See Mr. S. Cormier for details.

Cross country:

BMHS Cross Country team holds practices every day after school from 3:45 to 5:30 pm.
Runners of all grades welcome.
Practices are in the back field.
See Mr. Bryden for more details!

Meet the Teacher:
Mark the date in your calendars.  Meet the Teacher is on September 20th.
September 08
Caledonia Regional School News!

The grads and teachers at CRHS had their annual corn boil and dodgeball game after school on Thursday, September 7th.  This continues to be one of the highlights for our fall start up

Next week the grads will help serve at the Albert County Fair dining hall.  This has become a wonderful tradition for the grads, which started back in 1995.  Come out and enjoy a lovely meal and support our grads of 2018! 

 

 

September 08
Bessborough Bengal News

​This week Bessborough's Leadership students prepared skits highlighting the importance of working together, and being good role models and leaders. These skits were presented during the annual Welcome Back Assembly.

Bessborough's Welcome Back middle school dance will be held on Thursday, September 14th, from 6-8 p.m.

Bessbrough's Meet the Teacher will be held September 19th from 6 to 8 pm.

September 08
Frank L. Bowser School News!

​Parents/Guardians are invited to attend our Meet the Teacher night on Thursday, September 14th at 6:00pm.  The evening will begin in the gymnasium where introductions will be made.  Afterwards, parents will proceed to information sessions in their child or children's classrooms.

September 08
Evergreen Park School News!

EPS will be holding its “Meet the Teacher” night on Tuesday, September 19th, starting at 6:00 p.m.

 EPS will be hosting its annual Fun Fair on the evening of Thursday, September 21st, 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 and breakfast program. 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, Fluoride program, 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 out with a variety of school events. Please contact the school if you are able to help.

 

September 08
Moncton High School News!

​EC Dance - September 14th 7 pm to 10 pm

MHS is pleased to host its 5th annual “Girls Knight Out”, on Thursday, November 9th from 4-9pm. We want to start the year off with this wonderful event to encourage female identifying students to support one another and to build lasting relationships. The students are encouraged to bring their female role models to take part in the evening and to share in the excitement.

This fun-filled night involves community partnerships and encompasses activities, pampering, education, team building, nutritious food and much more.

If anyone from the community would like to take part, they are welcome to contact the MHS guidance team. 

Please save the date and we look forward to seeing you there.

September 08
Riverview East School News!

​Middle School Soccer try-outs have started for boys and girls in grades 6-8.

Cafeteria and breakfast programs at RES start on Monday, September 11th.

Meet the teacher night at RES will be on Wednesday, September 13th, at 6:00 pm. Home and School executive members will be on hand to sell Home and School memberships that evening, and to provide parents with information about what Home and School does at RES and how parents can get involved.

 

September 08
Havelock School News!

​On Saturday September 16, Havelock School will be hosting their traditional pancake breakfast for parents & grandparents from 8:00am until 10:00 am in the Norm Delano School Gymnasiunm. For more information contact Shannon Doyle at 534-2000.

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