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June 03
Exam Schedule June 2016

 EXAM SCHEDULE  MONDAY, JUNE 13 – FRIDAY, JUNE 17 2016
 
 
9:00 – 11  AM
Monday, June 13
Tuesday, June 14
Wednesday, June 15
Thursday, June 16
Friday, June 17
 
 Modern History 112/3 Babineau (Rm 231) / Mealey (Rm 228)
English 9 Seldon (Rm230) / Dixon-Lipton (Rm 229) 
Pre-Calculus B 120 Godbout (Rm Chem Lab)
English 112/3 Seldon (Rm 230)
9FI Histoire MacDonald (Rm 204)
Calculus 120 Godbout (Rm Chem Lab)
Biology 122 Keith (Rm Bio Lab)
11 FI Modern History 112/3 MacDonald (Rm 204)
Pre-Calculus 110 Godbout (Rm Chem Lab)

Science 10 Keith (Bio Lab) Whitehouse (Rm 227)
Chemistry 122 Godbout (Rm Chem Lab)
 
May 29
2016 Graduation Information

pixture_reloaded_logo2016 CALEDONIA GRADUATION INFORMATION
Please note that the activities outlined in this letter are the ONLY school supervised graduation activities.  ALL activities are alcohol and drug free.  We ask your assistance in ensuring that our graduation week is safe for everyone.
A Grad fee of $100 is to be paid at the Office by June 3, 2016.  Students may use funds accumulated at the Albert Fair for this Grad fee in addition to the graduation activities listed below.  Those who still owe money have been notified by letter. 
THURSDAY, JUNE 2ND  – GRAD GARDEN PARTY 5-6:30 PM
We will host a Garden Party for all graduates in the courtyard.  There will be a BBQ and lots of food for everyone.  There is no fee for this event.  Following the Garden Party, there may be activities for the grads.  At 8 pm, grads are invited to join us for the final dance of the year in the gym.  Tickets for the dance are $4. All guests must be approved by Mrs. Godfrey in advance. 
WEDNESDAY, June 8th   – GRAD BREAKFAST @ 8:30 am @ The Hillsborough Golf Club
All Grade 12 students are invited to attend.  The cost is $10 and must be paid to Mrs. Paige @ the Office by Friday, June 3rd.  Students will return to class following the breakfast.  We will use the mini bus to provide transportation to and from the Golf Club that day.    
THURSDAY, JUNE 16TH AND FRIDAY, JUNE 17TH :  GRAD GOWNS, INVITATIONS TO GRADUATION & PROM
9 am -3:00 pm: Hospitality Room beside the Office
Graduates must pay a Grad fee prior to receiving their gown and invitations.  Each graduate will receive a total of 14 seat tickets – 7 invitations.  Print your name on these tickets.  Each graduate will receive 4 Blue Tickets.  These are for parents / family and are reserved seats.  Blue tickets holders will enter the gym from the doors by the Library.  Each graduate will also receive 10 White Tickets.  White tickets represent general seating and are selected on a first come / first serve basis.  Guests with white tickets will enter the gym from the cafeteria.  Graduates not intending to use all of their tickets are encouraged to drop off extras at the Office.  Additional white tickets can be requested at the office.    
BASIC GRADUATION FEE:  $100 
PROM FEE:  $25 single ticket / $45 double ticket
PHOTO ORDER OF GRAD RECEIVING DIPLOMA:  Complimentary.  These will be taken in the Library before Graduation.  Pictures begin at 6 pm.                     
 
SUNDAY, JUNE 19:  Baccalaureate Service
Location:  Hillsborough Baptist Church
Graduates wear graduation gowns (graduation hats not necessary) and arrive at the church at 10:30 am.  The service begins at 10:45 am. This is a unique part of Caledonia’s graduation week.  Each year, a different church in our school community hosts our graduates.  A large percentage of our graduates and their families attend the service.  Light refreshments will be served following the service.  Graduates who would like to participate in the service – either through special music or scripture reading – please see Mrs. Godfrey.
MONDAY, JUNE 20
2016 OFFICIAL GRADUATION LIST POSTED
The official 2016 Caledonia Graduation list will be posted at noon on the Guidance Room door.  Although we will attempt to notify anyone who is not successful, it is the student’s responsibility to check the list when posted.
 
 
PROM & SAFE GRAD
Ticket sales for the 2016 prom, “Masquerade”, begin on Thursday, June 16th and Friday, June 17th.  Tickets cost $25 each or two for $45.  The attached guest sheet must be submitted to the office to the attention of Mrs. Godfrey.    
Donations of sandwiches and sweets would be greatly appreciated.  Parents, aunts, uncles, cousins and friends are invited to help in any way preparing for Prom 2016.  Please contact Mrs. Whitehouse for more information on how you can become involved.  Prom set-up will be Friday evening, June 17th from 4 – 8:30 pm and again on Saturday, June 18th from 10 am – 1 pm. Volunteers are greatly appreciated!
Motorcade will occur from 6-6:30 pm.  The Motorcade will enter via School Lane, travel around Hillsborough Elementary School, stop in front of the Caledonia monument, and exit via School Lane.  Please note the 3.3 meter height restriction under the catwalk. The designated drop-off for graduates and their guests is in front of the Caledonia monument.  Guests will enter the school via the office doors.  The Grand March will begin at 7 pm in the gym.  Graduates will receive 5 Grand March Tickets when they purchase their prom tickets.  This is to ensure adequate assigned seating for immediate family members.  Additional tickets may be purchased for $2 at the door.   
** PLEASE NOTE:  An invitation is extended to all community members to watch the arrival of our graduates and their guests during this celebration.  If you choose to attend, remember that the school property is a DESIGNATED NON SMOKING AREA for everyone.
SAFE GRAD:  Will begin immediately following the Prom.  Cost is $20 per person to participate.  Tickets may be purchased on June 16th and June 17th in the Hospitality Room by the office. This is the same time to pick up graduation invitations, gowns, and prom tickets.  The attached Safe Grad sheet must be submitted to the office. 
Supervised activities are planned that will last throughout the night including a bus trip to the Sports Dome, activities here at the school, and a hearty breakfast.  Donations of snacks and prizes are greatly appreciated.  Please contact Ms. Seldon (Melinda.seldon@nbed.nb.ca) if you have any questions or would like to contribute in any way – either as a volunteer or with snacks etc. 
Students participating in Safe Grad ARE NOT PERMITTED TO BRING THEIR VEHICLE TO THE SCHOOL.  No student vehicles are permitted in the parking lot.  If a student needs to leave the Safe Grad Activity any time before the designated departure time of 6 am, parental pick-up is required.  Students are required to arrange transportation home at 6 am.  Students may not drive themselves home.
 
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22nd
6:30-8:00 pm:  EXCELSIOR AWARDS                                                                     
This is a celebration of academics and athletics for students in Grades 6 through 12.  Recipients will be contacted in advance.  Light refreshments will be served following the event.
THURSDAY , JUNE 23rd                                              8:45 am - noon :  MANDATORY GRADUATION REHEARSAL
ALL graduates must attend this graduation rehearsal in the gym on June 23rd beginning at 8:45 am. This is the only rehearsal practice scheduled and it is mandatory that all students planning to graduate from the stage attend.  There can be no exceptions.
The Marching Order will be decided at this time and graduates will be drawing for their parent seats.  Ladies – please bring the shoes you intend to wear at graduation.  This will assist with your placement in the Marching Order.
 
FRIDAY, JUNE 24th                                                            7:00 pm:  2016 GRADUATION CEREMONY!                                                       
Graduates assemble in Room 151 by 5:45 pm for preparation and diploma photos.  Remember:  Guests with Parent Reserve (blue tickets) will enter the gym from the doors in the Library.  Graduates are invited to show their parents to their seats.  Staff ushers will be available for assistance.  Guests with white cards will enter the gym by the cafeteria.  White cards are general seating and these seats are allotted on a first come first serve basis.
Students who have transcript requests, who require final marks sent to universities, scholarship committees etc. please complete the attached form and leave with Mrs. Paige in the Office by noon on Friday, June 24th. 
 
TUESDAY, JUNE 28th
PHOTO PICK-UP    
Diploma photos will be available at the Office the afternoon of the 2
January 15
Exam Schedule

 SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT SCHEDULE JANUARY 2016
 
9:00 – 11:00 AM
Monday, Jan. 25
Tuesday, Jan. 26
Wednesday, Jan. 27
Thursday, Jan. 28
Friday, Jan. 29
 
Distance Ed
 
Distance Ed
ELPA – Grade 9
ELPR – Grades 11 & 12
Pre Calc A 120
 
Distance Ed
English 122/3
FILA 9
NRF 10
Pre Calc 110



Distance Ed
Biology 112
Pre Calc B 120
 
Distance Ed
Social Studies 10 Somers
Histoire 10
Environmental Science 120
Chemistry 112
 
May 29
Exam Schedule June 8 - June 12, 2015

Caledonia Regional Exam Schedule
Monday, June 8 – Friday, June 12, 2015
 
 
9:00 – 11:00 AM
Monday – Period 1 Exams
Tuesday- Period 3 Exams
Wednesday – Period 4 Exams
Thursday-Period 5 Exams
Friday-Period 6 Exams
 
Math 9 – Betts – Rm 218
Math 9 – Baker – Rm 219
English 10 – Dixon-Lipton – Rm 229
Foundations 11 – Godbout – Rm 228
English 112 – Nicholson – Rm 230
Distance Ed – Kelly - Learning Center
 
Pre Calc A 120 – Betts – Rm 218
English 9 – Dixon-Lipton – Rm 229
Canadian History 122 – MacDonald Rm 204
English 10 – Somers – Rm 230
Distance Ed – Seldon - Learning Center
Pre Calc B 120 – Betts – Rm 218
English 9 – Nicholson – Rm 230
FILA 9 –  MacDonald – Rm 204
FILA 10 – Masson – Rm 231
NRF 10 – Godbout – Rm 228
Distance Ed – Whitehouse - Learning Center


Biology 122 – Keith – Rm 227
Art 10 – Smalley – Art Room
Pre Calc 11 – Godbout – Rm 228
Distance Ed – Babineau - Learning Center
 
Physics 122 – Betts – Rm 218
Science 10 – Keith – Rm 227
Science 10 – Seldon – Rm 229
Chemistry 122 – Godbout – Rm 228
Distance Ed – Babineau - Learning Center
No exams in the pm
 
 
 
 
 
 
  • Students NOT in an exam room are in one of the following places :
·          Library
·         Receiving extra help with a teacher
·         Learning Centre (Students who are studying in the Learning Centre do not need a referral from ESS during exam week)


May 12
NBCC Admissions Process

NBCC Moncton will be hosting an information session for grade 11 students (and their parents) who are potentially thinking about applying at NBCC for the  September 2016 Academic Year.
 
Here are the details:
 
WHAT: NBCC New Admissions Process Information Session
WHEN: Wednesday, May 20, 2015 at 7 p.m.
WHERE: NBCC Moncton Campus Gymnasium – 1234 Mountain Rd., Moncton, NB
 
Some background:
NBCC has adopted a new First Qualified, First Accepted admissions process. Through this approach, prospective students who meet the admissions criteria who apply first will be admitted first.  First Qualified, First Accepted is about fairness, predictability and accessibility and is part of our commitment to learners. The process of ranking waitlisted applicants by marks currently in place for high-demand programs does not align with this principle.
 
What will these changes mean for prospective NBCC students?
 
  • Waitlisted applicants will no longer move up and down a waitlist based on marks.
  • Waitlisted applicants will no longer need to re-apply each year. Beginning in fall 2015, waitlists will roll over and waitlisted applicants will retain their position until seats become available.
  • Waitlisted applicants who receive an offer of acceptance less than four weeks prior to the start of the program will have a one-time option to defer their application. This means they keep their original time stamp and their application is carried forward to the next academic year for the same program/location.
  • New applications will be processed on a continuous basis for the next available program intake using the date and time stamped approach.  As well, beginning June 1, 2015, early applications for grade 11 students may be submitted.
 
These changes are now reflected on our Website via the following links:
http://www.nbcc.ca/admissions/admission-requirements
April 21
Changes to the cafeteria menu

​Please note, effective immediately in the school cafeteria -

Hamburgers are available on Mondays only.

Pizza is available on Tuesdays and Thursdays only.

Chicken burgers are available on Wednesdays only.

Garlic Fingers are availalbe on Fridays only.

These items may be reserved with cafeteria staff on the appropriate morning to ensure availibility at noon if there are concerns in this regard. 

Baked goods are availalbe only on Wednesdays and Fridays.

Grilled Cheese sandwiches and subs are available daily. 

March 23
Sexual Health Nurse

As the Public Health/Sexual Health nurse for Caledonia High, I am pleased to provide parents with a link to helpful information on sexual health. Sexualityandu.ca is a Canadian web site  providing  accurate and up-to-date information and education on sexual health. An initiative of the Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists of Canada, the site's mandate is to provide guidance and advice to help individuals develop and maintain a healthy sexuality. Content on the site is developed through the direction and collaboration of a team of interdisciplinary health experts including obstetricians, gynecologists, general practitioners, public health representatives and health educators.
From contraception awareness to sexually transmitted infections, lifestyle choices to talking about sex, sexualityandu.ca takes a real life approach to the questions and issues that matter most to Canadians. With separate areas created specifically for different audiences - including parents, teachers and health care professionals - visitors are guaranteed to find information that is relevant to their needs.
 
Denise Bourget
Public Health Nurse
856-3310
March 13
Cyberviolence Survey

​Cyberviolence is harm caused by one individual or group to another using cyber-technology including the internet, mobile phones, and social media.  Cyberviolence includes any form of online victimization, such as bullying, harassment, non-consensual sharing of intimate photos, luring and pornography. 

The results of  this survey will help develop strategies to prevent and eliminate cyberviolence as part of a two year project funded by Status of Women Canada.

Young men and women between the ages of 16 and 19 are encouraged to complete the survey at the following link:

https://survey.psyc.unb.ca/cyberviolence.aspx

 

February 17
Summer French Camp at University of Moncton

The Department of Education and Early Childhood Development is pleased to once again sponsor the Summer French Camp for Students in Grades 9 and 10.  French immersion and Post-intensive French students are both encouraged to apply.  The program is a four-week immersion experience administered by l’Université de Moncton.  This summer, the camp will run from June 28th to July 24th, 2015. 
 
The attached application form is available on the NBED portal site at https://portal.nbed.nb.ca/tr/lp/special/French/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspx and on the main student NBED portal page. For additional information and video of the program, we invite educators and students to visit the following Université de Moncton Learn French site at http://www.umoncton.ca/learnfrench/junior.
 
 
Application process (Deadline: February 27th, 2015)
January 11
Summative Assessment Week January 19 - January 23, 2015

SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT SCHEDULE JANUARY 2015
 
9:15 – 11:15 AM
Monday, Jan. 19
Tuesday, Jan. 20
Wednesday, Jan. 21
Thursday, Jan. 22
Friday, Jan. 23
 
English 9 (ELPA)
Grade 11 & 12 ELPA-R
Psychology 120
Distance Ed Option
 
English 122(3)
Math 9
Early Childhood 110
Distance Ed Option

Science 9
FI Science 9/10
Physics 112
Ind. Family Dynamics 120
Distance Ed Option



Social Studies 9
Science Humaines 9/10
Distance Ed Option
Biology 112
Distance Ed Option
 
1:00 – 3:00 PM
English 112
English 10
Distance Ed Option
Pre Calc 110
Foundations 110
NRF 10


Modern History 112
Modern History 113
Social Studies 10
 Chemistry 112
Physical Geography 11
Distance Ed Option
 
  • Students in the building who are NOT assigned to a designated writing area for an exam must be in the LIBRARY. 
November 21
Cafeteria Menu

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Caledonia 2014-2015
  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Each day weekly as listed      Yogurt and Berries  $2.35                                                         WW Toast $1.25/ Bagel $1.35  Yogurt Parfait with Muffins $1.75                                                                   WW Toast $1.25/ Bagel $1.35   Yogurt and Berries $2.35                                                                         WW Toast $1.25/ Bagel $1.35 Yogurt, Berry and Granola  Parfait  $3.40                                                       WW Toast $1.25/ Bagel $1.35   Yogurt and Berries $2.35                               WW  Toast $1.25/ Bagel $1.35
  Daily - Low Fat Muffins $1.30, Low Fat High Fibre Cookies $0.60, Home-made Banana Bread $1.30, Freshly Baked WW Bread Sticks $1.30, Cinnamon Bun $1.30, Apple Sauce Brownies $1.30, Rice Crispy Squares $1.30, Mini Pizza Pretzel, Bite Sized Pizza Rolls $1.40,  Pizza Pulls $2.75, Smoothies $2.25,  Assorted Yogurt products like Yogurt tubes, yogurts, yogurt drinks etc $0.80-$2.50 each. (3-4 varieties daily)
Each day weekly as listed Thai/Spicy Chicken Wrap   $4.80 (Half Wrap $2.50) Hummus and Veggie Wrap $3.00                         (Half Wrap $1.60) Julienne Salad                   $3.75 Acapulco Wrap with Chicken and Avacado           $4.90 (Half Wrap $2.55) Taco Wrap Chicken or Beef - $4.75               
Each day weeky as listed Italian Pizza Wrap $3.50 Chicken And Cheddar Sammy $2.75 Enchilada 7" Chicken Pizza $4.75 (Half $2.50) Crispy Chicken Caesar Sammy $2.75 Tropical Pizza Sub $2.95
Garlic Round with Sauce  $3.75 Deluxe Pizza   $3.00 Garlic Round with Sauce  $3.75 Tex Mex Pizza $3.00 BBQ Chicken Pizza $3.00
Margaherita Pizza $3.00 3 Cheese Pizza   $3.00 3 Cheese Pizza   $3.00 Turkey Pepperoni Pizza $3.00 3 Cheese Pizza   $3.00
         
WEEK ONE MEALS Trattoria Bowl Shepherd's Pie Spicy Soft Turkey Taco Sweet and Sour Pasta Stir Fry
  Zesty Italian Lasagna Home-made Shepherd's 1 Taco Stuffed with Ground Turkey Meat, Tomato, Lettuce and cheese in 6" Tortilla.  Served with Mexican Rice Sweet & Sour Meatballs Served on Brown Rice Red Thai  Pasta Stir Fry with chicken, onions, Peppers, Carrots and Mushrooms
  Whole Wheat Breadstick. Pie made with Fresh
$5.00 with Healthy Side   Whipped Potatoes
HEALTHY SIDE  Crisp Caesar Salad Spinach & Mandarin Salad Garden Salad Stir Fry Vegetables Whole Wheat Roll
WEEK TWO MEALS Trattoria Bowl Chili Hot Beef Hoagie  THEME MEAL Pulled Pork
  Pasta with Tomato, Ham and Chili pepper Sauce Home made Chili Served in a Bread bowl Roast Beef on a Kaiser served with Fresh Mashed Potato  Theme Meals provided by Supervisor & will Vary with Holiday BBQ Pulled Pork on a Kaiser Served with 
 
$5.00 with Healthy Side Whole Wheat Breadstick with side 
HEALTHY SIDE  Crisp Caesar Salad Crisp Tossed Salad Seasonal  Vegetables Varies to Compliment  Meal Crisp Garden Salad
WEEK THREE MEALS Trattoria Bowl Sloppy Joe Hot Chicken on a Bun Stir Fry   Chicken Quesadilla
  Spaghetti and Meat Sauce Sloppy Joe on a Bun  Hot chicken served on a bun with low fat Gravy.  Served with Fresh Mashed Potato.  Beef Vegetable Stir fry on a bed of Brown Rice served with Chicken, Veggies and Rice Served with Salsa & Sour Cream
  Whole Wheat Breadstick With Mashed Potato
$5.00 with Healthy Side    
HEALTHY SIDE  Crisp Caesar Salad Seasonal Vegetables Seasonal  Vegetables Whole Wheat Roll Seasonal Fresh  Fruit 
WEEK FOUR MEALS Trattoria Bowl Acapulco Wrap  Hamburger Soft Beef Taco  Chicken Rice Bowl
  Creamy Macaroni and Lean Beef Casserole Chicken Strips, Guacamole, Mexican Rice Pilaf and Californa Vegetables and Salsa all wrapped up in a WW Tortilla. Home made Hamburger on WW bun with Lettuce and Tomato. served with Mashed Potato   Seasoned Ground Beef with Lettuce Tomato and Cheese.  Served with Mexican Rice  Baked  Chicken Strips with Choice of Dipping Sauce.  Served with Fluffy White Rice
 
$5.00 with Healthy Side Whole Wheat Breadstick
HEALTHY SIDE  Crisp Caesar Salad No side (all included in wrap) Seasonal  Vegetables Kernel Corn Carrot Sticks
  DAILY (2-3 Each Day): 2 oz Lean Hamburger $2.80/Cheeseburger $3.30, 3oz Lean Hamburger $3.60/Cheeseburger $4.10,  Chicken Burger $3.60, Assorted Snack Wraps $2.00-3.25, Grilled Chicken Breast on Kaiser $5.75,  Grilled Cheddar Sandwiches on Texas Toast $2.75, Perogies 6-$2.60, Breaded Chicken Strips with Dip $3.75, Sweet Potato Fries with Dip $3.50, Potato and Rice Bowls $3.75 and Low Fat Baked Fries or Potato Wedges 4oz $2.00 (2-4 Varieties Daily)  
  Daily Variety of -    Soup and Crackers $2.50, Salads $2.80-$6.95, Carrot and Celery stick with Dip $1.00,  Veggie Snack Bags  $2.25, Baked Chips  $1.50, WW Sandwiches  $2.55-$3.75, Home-made Healthful Desserts, Mini Bite Cookie Bags $1.50 and Under 3 (salads & fruit that are all under 300cal and $3)
October 09
Policy 322 - Inclusive Education

​Anglophone East School District is offering an information session on the Inclusive Education Policy for New Brunswick - Policy 322. This session will be offered on Thursday, October 23rd, 2014 from 6:30 - 7:15 pm in the Theater at Riverview Middle School.  People planning to attend are asked to register with the facilitators by October 14th.  Contact Katherine Arsenault or Karlene Milson - jackkam@nbed.ca or 856-2418.

September 05
Albert County Fair

​The Graduating Class of 2015 is invited to work again this year at the Albert Fair. Sign up sheets can be found in Mrs. Babineau and Ms Seldon's homeroom.  Potential grads may sign up for hours of work and to bring rolls, pies, pickles.  Thank you to the organizers of the Dining Hall for providing this annual opportunity for the Caledonia Graduates. Check the Document section on our website for additional information.

 

August 29
Bell Schedule 2014-2015

08:40                           Warning Bell
08:45 – 08:50              Announcements/O’Canada
08:50 – 09:30              Period 1
09:30 – 10:00              SSC – Student Support Class
10:00 – 10:15              Recess
10:17 – 11:14              Period 3
11:17 – 12:15              Period 4
12:15 – 01:15              Lunch
01:17 – 02:14              Period 5
02:17 – 03:15              Period 6
03:15                           Dismissal
August 18
School Year 2014-2015

​The 2014-2015 school year begins on Tuesday, September 2nd for students in grades 6 through 9.  Students in grades 6 through 12 will attend on Wednesday, September 3rd. 

Please see District news on this site for a list of school supplies for students in grades 6, 7 and 8.  There is no school supply list for students in grades 9 through 12 although binders, paper, pens and pencils are used every year. 

A student fee of $35 will be charged to each student.  There is a $75 fee maximum (3 or more children).

June 04
Grade 8 Banquet

Monday, May 26, 2014
 
Dear Parent / Guardian,
 
In recognition of student achievement and engagement at Caledonia, we would like to invite you to a very special celebration.   On Wednesday, June 11, 2014, we are hosting a banquet to celebrate the success of our grade eight students.  These students have completed a milestone in their lives and we are very proud to recognize their Middle School accomplishments. 
 
The banquet will begin at 6 pm in our gymnasium.  Each grade eight student will receive a certificate of promotion and a complimentary meal.  Additional meals may be purchased at a cost of $12 each.   
 
I hope that this banquet provides your family with the opportunity to stop and reflect on the wonderful accomplishments of the people who mean the most to us – our children.    We would be honored for family and friends to join us at this event. 
 
Please complete the attached confirmation  and submit to our Grade 8 homeroom teachers - Mrs Dixon-Lipton  or Mme Arsenault.  Fees can be paid online.  Please make cheques payable to Caledonia Regional. 
 
Thank you for sharing your child with us this school year. !
 
 
Sincerely,
 
 
 
Mrs. Godfrey
Principal
Caledonia Regional High School
   

May 29
Exam Schedule - June 10 - June 13, 2014

 EXAM SCHEDULE Tuesday, June 10  – FRIDAY, JUNE 13 2014
 
 
9:15 – 11:15 AM
Tuesday, June 10
Wednesday, June 11
Thursday, June 12
Friday, June 13
 
 
9 Eng. Period 3 – Rm229
9 Eng. Period 4 – Rm230
    
10 Eng. Period 1 – Rm227
10 Eng.Period 3 – Rm 228

PreCalc B 120 – Rm 218
9 Math – Betts – Rm 218
9 Math – Ouellette – Rm 219

10 GMF – Rm 229
Foundations 11 – Rm 228
Financial & Workplace Math 11/12  - Rm 227

9 FI Sciences Humaines  - Rm 219
112 FI Modern History –Rm 231
Individual & Family Dynamics 120 – Rm 230
Distance Ed.
 



Distance Ed – Rm 126
Science 10 - Betts – Rm 218
Science 10 – Godbout – Rm 228

 
 
 
 
1:00 – 3:00 PM
112 English  - Rm 231
113 English   - Rm230
English 122(3) – Rm 231

10 NRF – Rm 228
FILA 9 – Rm 230
Modern History 112 – Rm 229


PIF 10 Interviews – Conference Room
FILA 10 – Rm 227
Bio 122 – Rm 229
 
Chemistry 122 – Rm 228
Physics 122 – Rm 218
Distance Ed - Rm 126
 
 
  • Students NOT writing an exam  must be in one of two places:
·          Library
·         ASAP (Teacher referrals for High School students are not necessary during exam week).


Exam Rooms open 15 minutes prior to start time

 

May 12
2014 Graduation Letter

2014 CALEDONIA GRADUATION INFORMATION
Please note that the activities outlined in this letter are the ONLY school supervised graduation activities.  ALL activities are alcohol and drug free.  We ask your assistance in ensuring that our graduation week is safe for everyone.
A Grad fee of $100 is to be paid at the Office by May 30, 2014.  Students may use funds accumulated at the Albert Fair for this Grad fee in addition to the graduation activities listed below. 
THURSDAY, JUNE 5th  – GRAD BREAKFAST @ 8:50 am (following first period attendance)
All Grade 12 students are invited to attend.  The cost is $6 and must be paid to Mrs. Paige @ the Office by Friday, May 30th.  Students will return to class for SSC.  The breakfast will be hosted in our cafeteria.
The moment they arrive, yearbooks will be on sale from 12:15-1:15 daily in the Student Council Room.   Cost:  $65 if not pre-ordered / $55 if pre-ordered
THURSDAY, JUNE 12 – FRIDAY, JUNE 13:  GRAD GOWNS & INVITATIONS
12:30-3:00 pm: Hospitality Room beside the Office
Graduates must pay a Grad fee prior to receiving their gown and invitations.  Each graduate will receive a total of 14 seat tickets – 6 invitations.  Print your name on these tickets.  Each graduate will receive 4 Blue Tickets.  These are for parents /  family and are reserved seats.  Blue tickets holders will enter the gym from the doors by the Library.  Each graduate will also receive 10 White Tickets.  White tickets represent general seating and are selected on a first come / first serve basis.  Guests with white tickets will enter the gym from the cafeteria.  Graduates not intending to use all of their tickets are encouraged to drop off extras at the Office.  Additional white tickets can be requested at the office.    
BASIC GRADUATION FEE:  $100 
PHOTO ORDER OF GRAD RECEIVING DIPLOMA:  Complimentary.  These will be taken in the Library before Graduation.                       
Prom is a separate cost. 
SUNDAY, JUNE 15:  Baccalaureate Service
Location:  Valley Baptist Church
Graduates wear graduation gowns (graduation hats not necessary) and arrive at the church at 10:40 am.  This is a unique part of Caledonia’s graduation week.  Each year, a different church in our school community hosts our students and a large percentage of our graduates and their families attend the service.  Light refreshments will be served following the service.  Graduates who would like to participate in the service – either through special music or scripture reading – please see Mrs. Godfrey.
MONDAY, JUNE 16
2014 OFFICIAL GRADUATION LIST POSTED
The official 2014 Caledonia Graduation list will be posted at noon on the Guidance Room door.  Although we will attempt to notify anyone who is not successful, it is the student’s responsibility to check the list when posted.
PROM & SAFE GRAD
Ticket sales for the 2014 prom, “The Great Gatsby”,  begin on Wednesday, June 4th  and continue through Wednesday, June 11th . Tickets cost $25 each or two for $40.  
Donations of sandwiches and sweets would be greatly appreciated.  Parents, Aunts, Uncles, Cousins and Friends are invited to help in any way preparing for Prom 2014.  Please contact Ms. Smalley for more information on how you can become involved.  Prom set-up will be on June 14th from 10 am – 3 pm. Volunteers are greatly appreciated!
Motorcade will occur from 6-6:30 pm.  The Motorcade will enter via School Lane, travel around Hillsborough Elementary School, stop in front of the Caledonia monument and exit via the parking lot and down Academy Street.  The designated drop-off for graduates and guests is in front of the Caledonia monument.  Graduates and their dates will enter the courtyard area.  Guests will enter the school via the office doors.  The Grand March will begin at 7 pm in the gym.  Graduates will receive 5 Grand March Tickets when they purchase their prom tickets.  This is to ensure adequate assigned seating for immediate family members.  Additional tickets may be purchased for $1. Tickets will be sold in advance and at the door.    
** PLEASE NOTE:  An invitation is extended to all community members to watch the arrival of the graduates and their guests during this celebration.  If you choose to attend, remember that the school property is a DESIGNATED NON SMOKING AREA for everyone.
SAFE GRAD:  Will begin immediately following the Prom.  Cost is $15-$20 per person.  The exact fee will be determined based on student interests.  Supervised activities are planned that will last throughout the night.  Students participating in Safe Grad ARE NOT PERMITTED TO BRING THEIR VEHICLE TO THE SCHOOL.  No student vehicles are permitted in the parking lot.  If a student needs to leave the Safe Grad Activity any time before the designated departure time of 6 am, parental pick-up is required.  Students are required to arrange for their own transportation home at 6 am. 
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18th                                              12:45-3:00 pm :  1ST GRADUATION REHEARSAL
ALL potential grads must attend this graduation rehearsal in the gym on June 18th beginning at 12:45 pm. The Marching Order will be decided at this time and graduates will be drawing for their parent seats.  The bus will be available for transportation home at 3:15 pm.  Ladies – please bring the shoes you intend to wear at graduation.  This will assist with your placement in the Marching Order.
6:30-8:00 pm:  EXCELSIOR AWARDS                                                                     
This is a celebration of academics for students in Grades 6 through 12.  Recipients will be contacted in advance.  Light refreshments will be served after the event.
THURSDAY, JUNE 19th                                                   
12:45-3:00 pm:  2ND GRADUATION REHEARSAL                                                     
This is the FINAL Graduation Practice and is MANDATORY. Everyone who will be graduating from the stage must attend this practice.  No exceptions.  Those who choose not to graduate from the stage, let Mrs. Godfrey know prior to today.
FRIDAY, JUNE 20th                                                             7:00 pm:  2014 GRADUATION CEREMONY!                                                       
Graduates assemble in Room 151 by 6:00 pm for preparation and diploma photos.  Remember:  Guests with Parent Reserve (blue tickets) will enter the gym from the doors in the Library.  Graduates are invited to show their parents to their seats.  Staff ushers will be available for assistance.  Guests with white cards will enter the gym by the cafeteria.  White cards are general seating and these seats are allotted on a first come first serve basis.
TUESDAY, JUNE 24th
PHOTO PICK-UP    
Diploma photos will be available at the Office in the afternoon of the 24th.   Students who have transcript requests, who require final marks sent to universities, scholarship committees etc please complete the attached form and leave with Mrs. Paige in the Office by noon on Thursday, June 26th. 

April 09
Archaeology Summer Program UNB

UNB’s Faculty of Arts, Anthropology Department, in partnership with the College of Extended Learning, is offering a four-week Archaeology Summer Program (July 2-28th, 2014).

Enrollment is open to current students, including those entering their first year of university, as well as adult learners with an interest in Archaeology and high school students wishing to explore the archaeological realm.

This is a hands-on opportunity for those interested in learning about people, cultures, and civilizations of the distant past and are fascinated by the tools, objects, and artifacts left behind. The unique camp will include applied teaching and learning methods to give students the knowledge and tools needed to explore the field of archaeology.

If your school would be interested in learning more about the Archaeology Summer Program, please contact me to make arrangements for us to come speak at your school.

Thank you,

Penny Davenport​ 

February 05
Free Hockey Tickets

​Every student in grades 6 through 12 will receive a FREE ticket to a Moncton Wildcats Hockey Game - to be held this Friday, February 7th at the Moncton Coliseum.  We also have a limited number of adult tickets available.  Please contact the office.

 

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