THURSDAY, JUNE 15TH,
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 ceremony 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. Thank you.
Graduating students will receive their tickets for
graduation on Friday, June 16th at their rehearsal which begins at 11:30am.
Grads can pick up their graduation gown on
Tuesday, June 20th between 9 and 11am in ROOM 110. A $20 cash deposit is required.
They can also drop of their change of clothes for Safe Grad at the same time.
Prom will be held the evening of June 20th from
8pm - 11:30pm at Royal Oaks Golf Clubhouse.
Safe Grad will be held immediately following at the school.
Students will be shuttled by a bus from Royal Oaks to the school. Students are not permitted to drive their car
from Royal Oaks to the school.
Students have a mandatory grad practice on
Thursday, June 22nd 8:45 am at the Moncton Wesleyan.
Thursday, June 22nd is the Graduation ceremony,
beginning at 7pm at the Wesleyan Celebration Center. Students are to report to the Wesleyan for
Report cards will be given out on Friday,
June 23rd from 9-11am from the homeroom teacher. If you are not able to make this time, please
provide your homeroom teacher with a self-addressed stamped envelope.
Education International is affiliated with the Department of Education and
Early Childhood Development. One of its mandates is to offer an English
language immersion experience in a public school setting to students around the
world. Currently, we are receiving applications from students aged 11-18, from
Brazil, Columbia, China, Germany, Mexico, Spain, and Turkey. An international
visiting student pays tuition to attend school and pays a stipend to stay in
the home of a host family. Host families are asked to provide a safe, clean
home with a private bedroom for the visiting student, access to the internet,
three nutritious meals a day and access to a school bus route. Finally, host
families are asked to invite students into their homes and treat them as
family! If interested, please contact :
Sheridan: 506-381-8243 or Pam.Sheridan @gnb.ca
23rd, busing is for a half day only.
Buses will arrive at the school at 1pm for departure.
view the school website for Summer School Information.
you and have a wonderful summer!