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July 25
Ed Skiffington Alumni Memorial Field
Hello Staff, Alumni and Friends of Moncton High School

‘Ed Skiffington Alumni Memorial Field’

Many of you may be aware of our unfortunate field situation at Moncton High School. Even though we are at a new school the fields that were built by the province are less than acceptable and the field situation is what we would considerable a hazard and perhaps a danger to our student athletes. We are presently working on an alternate solution for this September. Moncton High School Principal Mike BeLong has been in conversation with the Superintendent Mr. Ingersoll and the District Education Chair Mr. Harry Doyle. Together with MHS PSSC Chair Sheila Cameron they are working diligently alongside our MLA in rectifying this situation.

While this transpires It is the goal and dream to have a high performance field like Harrison Trimble and Bernice MacNaughton High schools’ have. This MHS project was in the making several years back prior to  our current school’s administration but unfortunately did not come through fruition. The time is right to once again spearhead things to make the project a reality.

A project of this magnitude will take a collective effort but with eighty plus years of alumni and a caring community of parents and staff we should have   a strong base to make the project successful. We are planning on having our first ‘MHS Field Committee’ meeting on Tuesday, August 1st at Moncton High school at 6:00 pm. Those interested in sitting on the committee are asked to attend this important meeting on Tuesday night. For those that are interested but cannot attend on this night we would ask you to email Mr. BeLong ( mike.belong@nbed.nb.ca)  with your contact information so that we can create a ‘Field Committee’ distribution list.

We are hopeful and confident that we will acquire a strong working committee to work on this very important project.

Thanks for your support
Mike BeLong
Principal - MHS


June 27
Summer School, and grade 12 Transcripts
Moncton High School Year End Reminders
1. Grade 12 students that requested final transcripts are being processed and will be sent when they are ready to the desired destination.  If you forgot to send your final transcript to the college/university please stop into Moncton High from 7:30 - 2:30, Monday to Friday to request. 
2. Summer School signups have been extended.  If you wish to improve your grade, upgrade a course that you have already taken, or if you failed a course that you do not want to take again, please sign up at Sunny Brae School on Wednesday between 730-8am. 
3. Enjoy your summer break, and congratulations to all of our 2017 graduates.



June 22
Report Cards, Grad Practice, Summer School
Good evening students and parents of Moncton High School. Report cards will be distributed between 9-10 am on Friday June 23rd,  in homeroom classes. Please note that all fees, books and equipment must be returned before the report card will be released on Friday. Students who are owing will have been given a list of what is missing and often times parents have been called. If you’re unable to bring in owing fees or books on Friday, they can be returned to the office on Monday or Tuesday morning and report cards will be given.  Buses will be leaving MHS around 1:00. 

Summer School registration is Friday June 23rd and Monday, June 26 from 6-9 pm. Summer School is for students who wish to achieve a passing grade in a subject or to improve a mark in a course needed for post-secondary admission. Registration forms can be picked up with the report cards, or on the MHS website.

Grads: Friday is our first grad practice at 10:30 until 12:00.  Be sure to be on time and pick up your gowns before practice.  All grad fees must be paid prior to picking up the gowns.  Student will be done practice in time to take the bus home.

June 05
Yearbooks have arrived
The yearbooks have arrived and will be available for pick up strating Wendsday during lunch in Mrs. Robichaud's room (3044).  Students will need their student ID in order to get their copy.  On Wendsday we will be handing out the books to Grads only. 
Grades 9, 10 & 11 can pick up their copies on Thursday.
We also have a few extra copies for sale.  These yearbooks will be sold on Thursday and Friday in room 3044 at the price of $65.



May 31
MHS awards Banquet
Moncton High School would like to apologize for the confusion. 
The Annual MHS Awards Banquet is Thursday June 8th in the Great Hall where we recognized our athletes, leaders, and academics. Finger foods will be served at 6pm and the banquet will start at 6:30. This is a semi-formal event. You do not require a ticket.



May 26
MHS Host Family Visiting International Program
Moncton High School - International Exchange Program

Hello, please see the attached information about becoming a host family for a MHS visiting international student from another country.  This program is not just for MHS families but also; neighbours, seniors, and others in our community.  Please pass the information along to anyone you think would love this opportunity.

There is also a monthly stipend to host a student.
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Questions or for more information please call Pam at 381-8243 or Marc at 866-0980


May 26
Yard sale, Dragon boat, exams and exemptions
MHS UPDATES FOR MAY 26, 2017
1.  There will be a Giant Yard Sale and BBQ on Saturday from 10-2 in the cafeteria at MHS.  If you have anything that you wish to contribute you can drop off at MHS on Friday from 6-9pm, or Saturday before 10.  Come support MHS. 

2.  Reminder that the dragon boat practises for all those involved is on Sunday at 8:45 at Jones lake and the Greater Moncton Dragon Boat Festival taking place next Friday/Saturday.

3.  The awards banquet is taking place in two weeks on June 9.  This is a semi formal event and more information will follow. 

4.  The year end academics are coming to an end.  Exemptions and exam information be sent home at the end of next week.



May 25
Yard sale and dragon boat
MHS UPDATES FOR MAY 26, 2017
1.  There will be a Giant Yard Sale and BBQ on Saturday from 10-2 in the cafeteria at MHS.  If you have anything that you wish to contribute you can drop off at MHS on Friday from 6-9pm, or Saturday before 10.  Come support MHS. 

2.  Reminder that the dragon boat practises for all those involved is on Sunday at 8:45 at Jones lake and the Greater Moncton Dragon Boat Festival taking place next Friday/Saturday.

3.  The awards banquet is taking place in two weeks on June 8.  This is a semi formal event and more information will follow. 

4.  The year end academics are coming to an end.  Exemptions and exam information be sent home at the end of next week.



April 28
Mental Health Symposium
Good Evening,

This is Superintendent, Gregg Ingersoll calling to invite you to an exciting event taking place next week.

In Partnership with the Canadian Mental Health Association, Atlantic Wellness Centre and Department of Social Development-Wellness Branch, Anglophone East School District is hosting our seventh Annual Mental Health Symposium at Harrision Trimble High School on Wednesday, May 3rd at 6 p.m.

The theme, What’s Your Thing, encourages our students and our community to find healthy and productive mechanisms for coping with everyday stress and anxiety.

The Symposium is an educational evening featuring presentations from students in each of our eight high schools showcasing the positive mental health initiatives they have made reality in their school communities over the year.

We are also fortunate to have teacher, Heather Gunn available to give her “It All Starts with Sleep” presentation and Lesley Smythe from the Atlantic Wellness Centre giving her presentation entitled “Mindful Social Media Practices”.

The Symposium is an educational evening featuring presentations from students in each of our eight high schools showcasing the positive mental health initiatives stemming from the Youth Mental Health Summit held in the fall they have made reality in their school communities over the year.
 
For more information, contact our Community Engagement Coordinator, Stephanie Patterson at 869-6004.

Thank you.

April 13
Letter for Parents Regarding Policy 722
Good evening, within the next few days you will receive a letter from school that describes the process we follow when we receive threats at one of our schools. This letter is meant to inform you regarding our processes and to assure parents that our staff have received training on responding to threats at school. Student safety is always our first concern so we have been updating our policy and the associated training for our staff so we are prepared when threats are made. If you have any questions about this process please contact your school Administrators. 

There is currently no threat at your school, this is just an update on our Policy and procedure.

Gregg Ingersoll



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