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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.
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.
Moncton High School - Reminder
Parent-Teacher Interviews are taking place this Thursday 5:30-8:00, and again on Friday 9:00-11:30. The first report card will be going home later this month.
We are having a Spring Parent and Player meeting for anyone interested in participating in the 2017 season.
The meeting will be held in the MHS learning commons at 5:30 pm Wednesday March 29th.
Coffee and treats will be served.
This is an important information session for football at MHS.
Best Buddies will be holding its anual March Maddness Hooping It Up Challenge on Thursday at lunch. Last year we made $80 to help supplement the cost of our activities- We are hoping for at least $100 this year.
You can help us by encouraging your child to challenge each other, or by bring $2 to the main gym at 1:00 to participate. The winning number of baskets completed in 1 minute in the categories of Best Female, Best Male and Best Buddy wins a Ciniplex Movie pass and is entered in the Canadian Draw of $500! Special prize for the Best Teacher too.
Please come and support Best Buddies. It’s only $2, it goes to a good cause and the students do love seeing their teachers participating!!!
Dawn and Ashley
The MHS Dance and Auction is happening this year on April 1, 2017 from 7-11pm at Moncton High School. Tickets are $30.00 each and available online through School Cash (directions are on the Website) or from the Main office by calling 856-3439. Reserve your tickets by calling 856-3439.
Please see the attach promotions for MHS families;
1. Valley Frame decor has offered at 30% discount for all MHS students and parents on custom framing based out of Memramcook. Just in time for school photos and showing off accomplishments.
2. United Way raffle for a trip to Montreal to see the Canadiens in April, travelling by VIA rail.
3. School clothing is always for sale through www.monctonhighschool.entripyshops.com
Moncton High is once again looking for Host Families for exchange students. These students are here for anywhere from 3 months to a year from countries such as Colombia, Brazil, Mexico, China, Germany, and Turkey. If you are interested please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. There is a weekly stipend for hosting exchange students.
Moncton High School - Knights on Broadway
February 21-22, 6:30.
Tickets are $10.00 for adults, and $5.00 for students.
Tickets available at the door and through the MHS main office.
Good evening all schools in ASDE will be closed on Tuesday. The latest forecast shows that the current rate of snow will only slow down at 6 AM and the high winds will continue into the morning. There are currently no snow plows on the roads and most of the highways in southeastern NB are closed until further notice.
While student safety remains primary in our decisions, mitigating the impact that these storms are having on student contact time will remain a priority for your child's school.
Reminder that the senior boys basketball are playing their final regular season game at 6pm tonight versus BMHS. Keep your game ticket and get a free milk in the cafeteria next week.
Also, just a reminder that all extra-curricular activities are cancelled if school is cancelled. Safety is the number one priority.
Finally, in the next few weeks you will be receiving information about course selections, including; forms, handbooks, course descriptions and graduation requirements. The information on the Moncton High website will be updated this week with the most up to date information.