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June 14
Summer Reading Club

Once again, New Brunswick’s public libraries will be offering The Summer Reading Club to encourage reading together among children and their families. During the months of June, July and August, all public libraries in the province will present entertaining activities to support and highlight this initiative. This year’s theme is Nature & the environment and the slogan is “Read: It’s in Your Nature”Registration can be done online through the website: https://www1.gnb.ca/0003/src=cle/2019/en/index-e.asp  or in-person at any New Brunswick public library branch.

 

The Moncton Public Library is proud to offer this program to the young people of our community and appreciates your cooperation in reaching as many children as possible. Our launch party will occur on Wednesday, June 26th at 2:30 pm and will include a snack, draw for prizes, games and more! Our weekly activities will include Family Storytime, Crafternoon, Storytent at three different locations throughout the city (in partnership with Talk With Me), Family Sing a long, and many more. Please see attached for our full calendar of activities, including visits from special guests. 


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June 12
Performing Arts Summer Camps

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June 06
Teen Talks Summer Camp

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June 04
Volunteer Tea Friday

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May 31
Squash Moncton is offering a Multi-Sport Camp

Squash Moncton is now accepting registration

(Weekly: July 2rd, 8th, 15th & 22th, 29th   August 5th, 12th, 19th 26th)

 

• Squash

• Hybrid racquetball

• Ultimate frisbee

• Flag football

• Soccer

• Floor hockey

• Dodgeball

• Soccer/Soccer Baseball

• Tennis

• Basketball

• Special event days

$150 weekly. $40 daily.

Lunch and snacks not included.

Need non-marking shoes & outdoor shoes.

 

“Drop Off” as early as 7:30 and “Pick Up” as late at 6:00 if needed.

 

 

Moncton Squash Club

71 Essex Street

(Behind Beausejour Curling Club, old Dud James arena)

Call:506-388-9505

Space is limited! Book your spots today!!​

May 31
Summer Reading Club

The Summer Reading Club 2019 is just around the corner!

Once again, New Brunswick's public libraries will be offering The Summer Reading Club to encourage continued reading among children during summer vacation. Children who do not yet know how to read can also participate by having a parent or guardian read to them. During the months of June, July and August, all public libraries in the province will present entertaining activities to support and highlight the 2019 Summer Reading Club. This year's theme is Nature & the Environment and the slogan is "Read: It's in Your Nature".

The Moncton Public Library is proud to offer this program to the young people of our community and appreciates your cooperation in reaching as many children as possible. If you are interested in receiving classroom visits to promote the Summer Reading Club either the week of June 10th or June 17th, please let us know as soon as possible and we will accommodate your schedule as best we can! If you are unable to receive us, we an certainly drop off a poster and any number of our activities schedule to your school. 

Do not hesitate to reach out at this email or by phone at 869-6000 (option 2) if you have any further questions!


Thank you and have a great day,


Moncton Public Library / Bibliothèque publique de Moncton

644 Main street, Suite 101 / 644 rue Main, Suite 101

Moncton, NB E1C 1E2

tel / tél (506) 869-6000

fax / téléc (506) 869-6040

email / courriel: mplib@gnb.ca

www.nbjobs.ca / www.emploisnb.ca

May 22
2019-2020 Distirct Calendar

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May 09
PSSC Meeting ---June 5th, 2019

May 01
Bricks 4 Kidz

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April 14
Mascot and school colours for Maplehurst Middle School--for staff and grade 5, 6 and 7 students ONLY

​Dear future Students and Staff of Maplehurst Middle School,

 

It is time to decide on the mascot and school colours for Maplehurst Middle! 

 

Please respond to this survey with your ideas and the reasons to support your suggestions.

Remember, our mascot will shape our school's identity and do us proud.

 

Contest will close on April 30, 2019

 

Use the link below to enter as often as you like and please remember to submit only one idea per survey:

Mascot and Colours 

Thank you and good luck!

 

Miss Nowlan

Principal of Maplehurst Middle School

April 11
Assessment information

Dear Parents/Guardians,

 In 2003, the Ministers of Education agreed to the development of the Pan-Canadian Assessment Program (PCAP) to assess the knowledge and skills of students across Canada in the core subjects of reading, mathematics, and science. The reports for the PCAP assessments are available on the CMEC Website (www.cmec.ca).

 PCAP is administered to randomly selected students within our school.

 In order to assure the validity of PCAP 2019, field testing of the items was carried out in spring 2018 in a select number of schools. PCAP is administered by school staff and will take place between April 29 and May 24, 2019.

 The pan-Canadian summary report of the assessment results will be published in 2020. Please note, information about the administration of the assessment, such as response times, is collected to improve future iterations of PCAP and is a common part of assessment development.

 A note regarding confidentiality, please be aware that no results by school board/district, by school, or by student will be published. The results will be published only on pan-Canadian and provincial/territorial levels for both language groups. Therefore, this assessment will not affect your child’s grades nor student file.

 Thank you for supporting your child’s participation in PCAP 2019.

 Sincerely,

 Mrs. Panagiotakis 

2018-2019 Assessment and Evaluation Activities Timetable.pdf2018-2019 Assessment and Evaluation Activities Timetable.pdf

G4 Assessment Information Bulletin for Parents and Guardians 2019.pdfG4 Assessment Information Bulletin for Parents and Guardians 2019.pdf

G6 Assessment Information Bulletin for Parents and Guardians 2019.pdfG6 Assessment Information Bulletin for Parents and Guardians 2019.pdf

March 28
Newsletter---March 2019

​You can find a copy of the newsletter sent home under the NEWS tab.

March 14
Free Lacross Event at Lewisville Middle School


Are you looking for an exciting, affordable sport to keep your kids moving?  Codiac Storm Lacrosse is offering two free “Try Lacrosse” sessions.  These sessions are offered on March 24th and April 7th at Lewisville Middle School and are for any new players interested in seeing what Lacrosse is all about. We will be having two separate sessions on each date, 1-2pm for Mini-Tyke, Tyke and Novice (birth years 2009-2014) and 3-4pm for PeeWee and Bantam (birth years 2005-2008).  Please pre-register for these free sessions on the Codiac Storm Lacrosse website.
http://site2803.goalline.ca/news.php?news_id=1768160
Thank you 

March 14
7-8 Health Curriculum

Dear Evergreen Park Grade 7 & 8 Parents and Guardians:

In order to be able to complete our Growth and Development curriculum outcomes the following Fridays will not follow our regular Fabulous Friday format.   The Dept. of Education (EECD) mandates that the Growth and Development outcomes be taught in English to all students.  Students will be in mixed groups by grade level.  The following grade level outcomes will be covered:

 

Grade 7 Growth & Development Outcomes:

D1) Understand that sexuality integrates many aspects of each of our lives

D2) Review the structure and the function of the male and female reproductive systems

D3) Describe fertilization, pregnancy and childbirth

D4) Recognize and evaluate different kinds of relationships

 

Grade 8 Growth & Development Outcomes:

D1) Understand the role of the media in establishing feelings and attitudes about ourselves and relationships with others, including dating and becoming sexually active

D2) Understand the choices and realize both the long and short-term consequences and responsibilities that exist with becoming sexually active

D3) Discuss sexual orientation issues

March 15

Health Curriculum

March 22

Professional Learning Day -No School-

March 29

Health Curriculum

April 5

Student Led Conferences -No School-

April 12

Health Curriculum

April 19

Good Friday –No School-

April 26

Career Week

May 3

NBTA Council Day –No School-

May 10

Health Curriculum

May 17

NBTA Branch Day

May 24

Health Curriculum

May 31

TBA

June 7

TBA

June 14

TBA

June 21

TBA

 

Sincerely,

Grade 7 & 8 Team​

March 11
Bricks 4 Kidz 5 Week Session

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March 11
New Middle School Parent Focus Group

Dear Parents,

 

The Administration Team from the new North End Middle School is organizing a Parent Focus Group to be held on March 28. Please respond to this survey if you would like to express an interest in attending this event. 

 

http://bit.ly/ParentNightEoI

 

The evening will allow us to share feedback that student and teacher focus groups generated prior to the March Break as well as seek your input into shaping the vision of the new school.

 

A random selection of parents representing students from grades 5 - 7 will be made and invitations with more details will be sent to those who are selected to participate.

 

Please respond to the survey by Friday, March 15 if you are interested in your name being included in the random selection of participants.

 

Thank you,

 

Elizabeth Nowlan

 

Principal​ 

February 22
Wrestling

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February 19
EPS Girls Basketball wins provincial title! 

Evergreen Park School won the Middle School Girls Provincials over the weekend!!

They defeated Woodstock 52-48 in the finals and Northrop Frye 57-48 in the semis to win gold!!!  The girls played amazing both games to pull off these wins. 

Meanwhile, the EPS Boys team finished in second place.  

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February 19
Canadian Math Kangaroo Contest

Registration for the Canadian Math Kangaroo Contest is now open! We have also started a new contest location at Universite de Moncton. The contest will be held on March 24, 2019 (Sunday). The early bird fee is $17 until February 24, and the fee will be $25 from February 25 to March 4.  Registration deadline is March 4.

Details of the contest can be found at: https://kangaroo.math.ca/index.php?kn_mod=overview.

To register for the contest, please create an account or login at https://kangaroo.math.ca, click the Contest Registration page on the right menu, click Yes at the contest, and then click the Submit Enrollment Changes box. Remember to go to the Payments page on the right menu and click the blue PayPal button at the bottom to pay.  Please do not create an account if you have one already.

If you are of low income and would like to apply for a bursary, please log into your account, click the Contest Registration page on the right menu, click the contest you would like, remember to click the Submit Enrollment Changes box.  Then go to Payments page on the right menu, click the 2019 Bursary Application Form link and submit the form by February 15.  We will inform you of our decision by February 20.  Do NOT pay for the contest until you have heard back from us.  If you pay before we advise you of our decision, we cannot refund you.

Online contest training are also available and can be found on the eLearning page of your account.  To register, click Yes to select the classes, and click the Submit Enrollment Changes box. Remember to go to the Payments page on the right menu and click the blue PayPal button at the bottom to pay.  As well, there are solution booklets from past contests on the eLearning page if you are interested.

If you have listed a yahoo or hotmail email as your contact, please add another email (e.g., gmail) to the Account page and click the Apply Changes box to save.  Emails to yahoo or hotmail are not always delivered and we do not want you to miss important contest news and info.

***We are no longer sending mass emails about the contest.  Please refer to our website and your account regularly for contest and class info.​

February 12
Cancellation

In case of weather cancellation on Wednesday, February 13th, the Welcome to Kindergarten will be rescheudled for Tuesday, February 19th.    ​

January 13
Newsletter---January 2019

​​​You can find a copy of the newsletter sent home under the NEWS tab.

January 07
Brickz4Kidz 5 week program
January 07
Ski Program for Grades 4-5

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December 18
K-2 Xmas Concert postponed

​Due to weather, concert has been moved to Wednesday @ 6:30 pm.  

December 12
Brickz4Kidz Winter Day Camp

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December 04
Holiday Dinner

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December 03
New Pod Teacher

Due to a family emergency, Mr. Thiry must return to Belgium for the year.  Interviews were held today and Mrs. Karissa RioFrio has been selected to fill his position. She will shadow Mr. Thiry next week in order to have a smooth transition.  Mrs. RioFrio will officially take over on January 8th, 2019. ​ 

November 27
PSSC meeting for Wednesday, November 28th, 2018---cancelled--
November 21
North End School Naming Contest!

The District Education Council, along with representatives from ASD-E and EECD are holding a School Naming Contest for former students of and those currently attending Evergreen Park School and Northrop Frye School.



Students of two aforementioned feeder schools can submit suggestions for the name of the new Middle School between November 21
st and December 21st. The school is currently under construction in the North End of Moncton and opening in the Fall of 2019.

 

The School Naming Committee will consider all submissions and choose three to present to the Province for consideration in early January. The three winners will be given the choice of a $50 gift certificate to any of these companies: Sport Chek, iTunes or The Ultimate Dining Card (Swiss Chalet, Montana’s, Harvey’s, New York Fries, East Side Mario’s).

 

Please send submissions to ASD-E’s Director of Communications, Stephanie Patterson, at stephanie.patterson@nbed.nb.ca​

November 15
Grade 1 and 2 students....

Good evening. As you are probably aware, Evergreen Park School had two back to back fire alarms this afternoon, just as the grade 1 and 2 students were due to be dismissed. As a result, an important message was distributed to only one class in error as the other two teachers had not had time to return to their classrooms to pick up the notices in order to inform their students. The notice going to grade one and two students ONLY reads:

  

November , 2018

 

Dear Evergreen Park Families,

 

Your son/daughter is currently enrolled in a grade 1 or 2 classroom.  Based on increased enrollment since September, the district has added another class at Evergreen Park School. As a result, we will be eliminating our current combined grade one/two class.  A few students will be moved to new classes. This may result in smaller classroom sizes at both grade levels.  Administration, in consultation with teachers and our school’s ESS team, have created new class lists that will be beneficial for all involved.

 

Thank you for your understanding and support with this transition.

 

Mrs. Antigone Panagiotakis B.Ed., M.Ed.
Principal
Evergreen Parks School

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