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news from the past month...
Many of our schools recognized the 30th Annual French Pride
Week including Loch Lomond School, seen here marching in their annual
Tintamarre parade, an Acadian tradition.
First steps for the annual Marigold Project started this month at
Prince Charles School with the planting of the seeds! Can’t wait to watch them grow.
St. Martins School learned how making maple syrup started
with the First Nations people and grew to using kettles and evaporators, during their Sugarbush experience and trip to Elmhurst
M. Gerald Teed students celebrated Andy Warhol during their school
Art Day and created their own masterpieces.
Many of our schools wore colourful socks to celebrate
diversity and inclusion on World Down Syndrome Day, including Grand Bay
Primary, seen here.
Hampton Elementary received $100,000 towards their accessible
playground via the Enabling Accessibility grant! Special guests MP Lockhart and Mayor Chorley visited the school for the presentation.
Hammond River Valley Elementary became ASD-S's latest Heart
Healthy School! This is an initiative of the Heart & Stroke Foundation of NB
aimed at improving the school environment to support and promote healthy
lifestyle choices for kids.
Our schools continue to benefit from the generosity of
community partners. For example, Princess Elizabeth received a very generous
donation to the breakfast and snack program from Kings Church.
Kustom Auto provided a very generous donation of
running shoes and gift cards to several of our schools. Thank you!
continue their own efforts to give back. Just one example is Harry Miller Middle School. Students and staff have been collecting new socks to
donate to Outflow, Hestia, and Coverdale Centre, as well as collecting funds to
support SJ Community Foundation and the David Kelly Memorial Bursary Fund.