K-5 students will be dismissed tomorrow at 11:15. Bus students will be taken to their regular after school location.
Picture orders are due tomorrow. If you would like your child to get a retake, the signed order form must be returned.
Power-Up PRS is tomorrow evening from 6:00 to 7:30 pm in the school cafeteria. Parents and guardians are invited to meet the teachers and learn about student classes, activities and clubs at the school and in the community. PSSC elections will take place at 6:30 pm.
Thursday, September 21st will be a half day of school for K-5 students. Students will be dismissed at 11:15. Buses will take students to their regular after school locations.
The cafeteria will not be open Wednesday, September 20th.
The province of New Brunswick has designated Saturday, September 16th as Becca Schofield Day. To honor Becca and her message, we encourage all staff, students and their families to commit an act of kindness tomorrow. Our school district is collecting the number of acts of kindness to share with Becca so with a brief note to your child's teacher please let us know how many acts your family performed.
Hello parents and guardians of PRS. You are invited to Power-Up PRS on Thursday September 21st from 6:00 to 7:30 pm in the school cafeteria. It is an opportunity to meet the teachers and learn about student classes. Activities, clubs and services will be showcased that evening. PSSC elections will take place at 6:30 pm. The Senior Class will be holding a bake sale as well that evening and ask for your support. A "Class of 2018" parent meeting will be held at 7:00 pm in the teaching theatre. We hope to see you next Thursday.
Hello PRS Families. This is Mr. Cameron calling to inform you of an important change in our school calendar. This year Anglophone East School District implemented a number of half day professional learning days for teachers. The schedule for these days has changed for high schools and some 6-12 schools, PRS being one of them. These half days have been moved ahead one day to Wednesdays for our 6-12 students.
This means students in grades 6 to 12 will be dismissed at 11:30 am on Wednesday, September 20th. This does not apply to Elementary students. Their half day remains on September 21st as originally scheduled.
This change was implemented today by Anglophone East School District to help facilitate transportation of students on these half days.
Petitcodiac Fall Registration Night
Tuesday, September 12th & Wednesday, September 13th, 2017 @ the Petitcodiac Arena. Doors open at 6:30 pm. Registration will take place for:
* Petitcodiac/Salisbury Minor Hockey
* Petitcodiac & District Figure Skating Club
* Petitcodiac Fit Camp (REGISTRATION WEDNESDAY ONLY)
* Jackie Rousselle Zumba, Yoga & Kids Zumba/Yoga Registration (TUESDAY ONLY)
* Petitcodiac Basketball & MKMB (REGISTRATION WEDNESDAY ONLY)
* Heather Mann Yoga
* AKA Dance Studio
In addition to the registration, there will be information available from variety of groups and organizations sharing on what other programs are available within the community of Petitcodiac and surrounding areas for Fall 2017-Winter 2018
For more information please contact Natalie Griffin at 756-0289 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
After school bus 614 driven by Robert Keith will be 45 minutes late getting students home.
Students in grades 1-5 are required to have a homework agenda. The cost of an agenda is $6 and can be paid with SchoolCash Online. Students will not receive their agenda until it has been paid for.
K-2 students will be eating in the cafeteria rather than their classroom. Students will not be permitted to use the microwaves due to time limitations and safety concerns.
Kindergarten parents are reminded to please return your child's Creating Connections document which was included with the letter you received over the summer.
The last day of school for students is Friday, June 23rd and it will be a half day for students. Students will be dismissed at 11:45. Students leaving before 11:45 must be accompanied by a parent.
For the upcoming school year, if your child will require bussing from and/or to an address other than home, an Alternate Conveyance form must be completed. This form is attached, can be found on the Anglophone East website, or can be picked up at the school office. These should be returned to the school by Friday. Requests that are received at the start of the school year may take 2 – 3 weeks to process.
Monday morning, K-5 students will be participating in track and field activities outside. Students need to dress appropriately for physical activity, bring a water bottle, and wear sunscreen and securely fitting outdoor sneakers.
Hello parents and guardians of PRS Middle School students. This is Mr. Cameron calling to invite you to our Middle School Celebration Ceremony on Monday, June 19th at 1:00 pm at the Petitcodiac Baptist Church. This year's ceremony will have a different look due to new assessment practices and our new marking system with the Provincial Report Card. We will not be ranking students with top academic awards. This year we will celebrate all the diverse accomplishments of our students. We hope you can join us on the 19th and celebrate with us.
The last day the cafeteria will be open is next Friday, June 16th.
The last day for ordering online will be this Friday, June 9th.
The menu may vary a bit over the next 2 weeks as we will be working with available stock.
This is a reminder that due to orientation for next year's students, there will be no school for our current Kindergarten students this Friday, June 2nd.
This is a reminder that PRS will be having Kindergarten Orientation for our Pre-K students Friday, June 2nd.
Elementary students at Petitcodiac Regional School are once again participating in Jump Rope for Heart. Donation envelopes were sent home with students on May 15th and must be returned to the school by Monday so students eligible for a prize will receive it before the end of June. Last year we raised almost $1500 dollars for the Heart & Stroke Foundation and we hope to do so again this year! We will celebrate by having a Jump Day at the school in June. Your support is greatly appreciated!
Petitcodiac Regional School's Kindergarten Orientation will be happening next Friday, June 2nd. If you have not received your child's invitation, please contact the school 756-3104 as soon as possible.
There will be a Student Loan presentation tonight, May 16th in the Teaching Theatre at 6:30 pm. A student financial services education liaison officer will be leading the session. Parents, guardians and students with intentions of attending a post-secondary institution in the future are invited to attend.
On Thursday, May 18th at 6:30 pm an information session will be held in the Teaching Theatre at Petitcodiac Regional School for families interested in learning more about hosting an international exchange student. Atlantic International Education is looking for host families for students to attend PRS in the fall. . For further information, interested families can contact Malcolm Stewart at 372-9275.
There will be no school for students this Friday, May 19th as teachers attend their annual general meeting and professional learning sessions. Also, Monday, May 22nd is Victoria Day and there is no school for students. Enjoy the long weekend!
For the first time ever, Petitcodiac Regional School will enter a team in the Dragon Boat Festival to be held at Jones Lake on Friday June 2nd beginning at 4 pm. 22 of our finest high school students will be competing in the race. Every high school in Anglophone East School District will be represented. A total of twenty-three teams will raise a minimum of forty-six thousand dollars for the Lion’s Sick Children’s Fund and other local charities.
Petitcodiac Regional School’s Team, “Unortho-Docks” needs your support in reaching our goal of fundraising two thousand dollars. You can support our team by making a donation. Donations can be made at the Main Office of PRS or electronically through School Cash On-Line at https://district2.schoolcashonline.com/ The PRS Unortho-Docks Dragon Boat Team appreciates your support of this worthy cause.
On Thursday, May 18th at 6:30 pm an information session will be held in the Teaching Theatre at Petitcodiac Regional School for families interested in learning more about hosting an international exchange student. Atlantic International Education is looking for host families for students to attend PRS in the fall. Information will be shared on countries and time frames, programs for international students, reimbursement formulas, expectations for host families and expectations for international students. For further information, interested families can contact Malcolm Stewart at 372-9275.
Hello parents and guardians of students of Petitcodiac Regional School. This is a reminder that tomorrow, April 28th is a Professional Learning Day for teachers. There is no school for students. Have a good evening.
The latest PRS Parents Who Care fundraising campaign to sell garbage bags is starting today, April 10th and will run until Friday, April 21st. Each package of bags costs $10 and includes 20 small green bags, 10 medium blue bags, and 10 medium clear bags. For every pack of bags a student sells they will receive a ballot which will be entered in a prize draw. The main prize is an electric scooter. Other prizes include chocolates, a large pack of art supplies (crayons/colouring pencils, etc.), and stuffed animals. Your support is greatly appreciated!
The New Brunswick Family Wellness Survey was sent home to parents with children in grades K-5. Completed surveys should be returned to the school by Tuesday, April 18th.
Hello parents and guardians of students of PRS. This is a reminder that parent-teacher interviews will take place on Thursday April 6th from 6:00 to 8:00 pm and again Friday April 7th from 8:30-11:30 am in the school cafeteria. There will be no school for students on Friday.
Middle school report cards were sent home Friday, March 31st and high school report cards will be sent home this Wednesday, April 5th. We hope to see you at Parent-Teacher Interviews this week.
This Saturday, April 1st, the Village of Petitcodiac in conjunction with Petitcodiac Regional School and Anglophone East School District will be hosting a Bootcamp fundraiser to support the Imagination Library which provides free books to children up to age 5. The Bootcamp will run from 10-10:45 in the school gym. Class is offered by donation. Space is limited. For more information or to register, please contact Natalie Griffin at 756-0289 or email email@example.com
The Petitcodiac Public Library is offering a 5-week Pre-K program, Next Step, Kindergarten! Children will explore skills such as reading readiness, letters, numbers, shapes, colours, and concepts. These sessions will take place every Saturday in April from 10:30 - 12. There are plenty of spaces available and it's free! For more information or to register, please call the library at 756-3144 or email Petitcodiac.firstname.lastname@example.org
All after school and evening activities in Anglophone East School District have been cancelled today, Wednesday, March 22nd,due to the pending weather system.
This is a reminder to all parents who have children registered to start kindergarten at PRS in September that we will be hosting our Welcome to Kindergarten event tomorrow (Thursday, February 23). This event is an opportunity for parents to interact with their child while learning educational strategies for play at home. The children will also receive a bag of with lots of tools to facilitate educational play. We will meet in the cafeteria. We will start at 2:15 and the activities take about an hour.
Hello parents and students of PRS, this is Mr. Cameron calling with two messages.
Firstly, this Friday, February 24th is a Professional Development Day for teachers and there is no school for students this Friday.
Secondly, Premier Brian Gallant visited Petitcodiac Regional School today and made an exciting announcement. The provincial government is investing $1.1 million for an addition to Petitcodiac Regional School that will be constructed to allow automotive and metal trades courses to be offered to students. The project is part of Anglophone East School District’s Capital Budget and is slated for completion in winter 2019.
This announcement and the Premier’s visit to PRS will be televised on Global News tonight.
Will Silverthorn's bus 601 would not start. He is going to take all students home on the second run which leaves the school at 3:00. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Wednesday, February 22nd is national “Pink Shirt Day”. This year’s theme is “Kindness Begins With Me.” Students are encouraged to wear pink tomorrow and will have an opportunity to sign a pledge to be kind to one another. Also, we will have the Pink Panther in the cafeteria during the breakfast program doing face painting of pink panther paws.
K-5 yearbook order forms were sent home with students on Friday. Please note this is a book of all students in each class in K-5, not a composite of your child as the picture on the order form indicates. All orders must be submitted to your child's teacher by Thursday, February 23rd.
PRS sports news:
The Petitcodiac Regional School Panthers senior boys basketball team won their regional tournament last week-end and will now host a "sectional" tournament this this week-end, Feb. 17 & 18. "Sectionals" are essentially the quarter- and semi-finals leading to the provincial championship.
The Panthers will take on McAdam at 8:15 Friday night Feb. 17, right after the 6:30 game between Minto and Fredericton Christian Academy. The two winners will meet on Saturday Feb.18 at 1 pm for the right to advance to the provincial championship game at Harbour Station in Saint John next Saturday, Feb. 25.
Come out and enjoy exciting basketball action tomorrow (Friday) night. Daily admission prices are established by the NBIAA: $5 adults, $2 students, free for children under 12 years of age.
Hello parents, guardians and students of Petitcodiac Regional School. Due to the impending storm, all after-school and evening activities have been cancelled for today, February 9th.