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June 16
Teacher Authors Launch Book!

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!


June 02
Volunteers Needed! Scottish Rite Learning Centre


We are seeking volunteer tutors for our Dyslexia Learning Centre in Moncton.   If you:

-- want to learn how to help your students with dyslexia

--like the challenge of providing effective remediation based on the needs of a student

--like working 1:1

--would like the opportunity to expand your knowledge and become a Certified Orton Gillingham tutor free of charge


Our mandate is very simple.  It is to provide quality, state of the art, free remedial tutoring to children with dyslexia.  We cannot do that without the help of volunteer tutors. 

As a tutor, you would be volunteering 2 hrs a week with a student who is on our growing wait list.  Supervised practicum is provided and all books and materials are available at no charge.

New session beginning July/August 2017.


If this sounds like something you would be passionate about,   please contact: Shelly Toudjian, Centre Director at (506) 227-0696 or