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May 29
Capacity for Courage

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In 2018-2019, New Brunswick educators in the Anglophone sector embarked on innovative cultural inclusion projects in schools across the province, under the umbrella of the Capacity for Courage initiative. Connaught Street School was one of the participants.

Way to Go! Take a peak at Mr. McIsaac and Mrs. Gaines.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVwrWeTSEXHWVJMZP3sH6dQ​

May 29
Safe Arrival

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Please contact Safe Arrival at 453-5404 or e-mail ingrid.warris@nbed.nb.ca if your child will be absent from school. Please leave your name, the date, the name of your child, his/her teacher, and the reason of absence.

School Closure Communication (Snowdays, Poweroutages etc.) School Closure Communication - 2018-19.pdfSchool Closure Communication - 2018-19.pdf


Get infromation for Connaught Street School right on your phone. Click on the file for instructions to sign up. REMIND letter.pdfREMIND letter.pdf

ASD-W School Calendar 2019-2020  (Coloured).doc.pdfASD-W School Calendar 2019-2020 (Coloured).doc.pdf

School Supplies 2019-2020.docxSchool Supplies 2019-2020.docx

May 08
Bear Witness Day - May 10th

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Connaught Street school celebrates Bear Witness Day at Government House

Article Posted: Tuesday, May 07, 2019

FREDERICTON – Teachers and students at Connaught Street School will join Lieutenant Governor Jocelyne Roy Vienneau and First Nations leaders in marking Bear Witness Day at Government House on May 9-10.

“I am proud to host this important event at my Official Residence,” said The Hon. Jocelyne Roy Vienneau. “Government House has always been linked to our Indigenous community. The Wolastoqiyik people consider this location to be sacred ground. That legacy is alive and well with the Bear Witness project.”

"We are pleased to support this project that gives students the opportunity to learn more about Bear Witness Day and First Nations history and culture," said Education and Early Childhood Development Minister Dominic Cardy. “One of the objectives of the 10-year education plan is to ensure all learners value diversity and understand the culture and history of First Nations people.”

“This is an exciting project that creates an in-depth and authentic learning experience for our students,” said Principal Barb Corbett. “Bear Witness Day speaks to Truth and Reconciliation. It teaches the importance of treating everyone fairly regardless of who they are within the context of a First Nations cultural experience.”

Read more: Connaught Street school celebrates Bear Witness Day at Government House.docxConnaught Street school celebrates Bear Witness Day at Government House.docx

April 27
ASDW-CSH Newsletter

​ASDW - Comprehensive School Health Newsletter

CSH Newsletter-Spring 2019 Final.pdfCSH Newsletter-Spring 2019 Final.pdf

April 10
CSS Yard Sale Saturday, May 11

CSS Yard Sale Saturday, May 11 ​

YARD SALE May 11 2019.docxYARD SALE May 11 2019.docx

April 10
CSS FAMILY BBQ at O'Dell Park

​Volunteer sign-up sheet for

CSS FAMILY BBQ at O'Dell Park on June 12, 2019

BBQ Volunteer sign up list.pdfBBQ Volunteer sign up list.pdf

March 22
Health Note
March 12
Couple became School Crossing Guards


Couple became School Crossing Guards​

Brian Smith our crossing guard at Smythe Street and his wife have been crossing guards for five years and sharing their experience.


March 12
March is Nutrition Month
February 12
ASDW- Celebrating Health Promoting Schools
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