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June 12
Student Loans

​The website is now open for Government Student Loans.Student Loans​ 

June 08
New International Students

​The Newcomer Centre at 575 George Street will be open during the summer starting July 30th to register new international students for school.  Please contact them at 506-444-3573 or by email at iwcfredericton@nbed.nb.ca to schedule an appointment.

June 06
Student Summer Employment Opportunity

JDI is hiring Tree Planters for the summer.  See the attached document for more information.  Apply online at JDI Tree Planter​Job Application - Tree Planter.pdfJob Application - Tree Planter.pdf 

June 04
Kidney Foundation Scholarship

​Applications are now available for The Kidney Foundation Scholarship.  Applications are due June 15th.Kidney Foundation Scholarship.pdfKidney Foundation Scholarship.pdf  

June 04
Isabel Adams Memorial Scholarship

For students who reside in or are from Keswick Ridge/Mactaquac area and will be attending UNB.  Deadline to apply is June 15th. ​Isabel Adams Coburn Memorial Scholarship.pdfIsabel Adams Coburn Memorial Scholarship.pdf

May 31
Grade 8 Parent Orientation

​If you were unable to attend the Grade 8 Parent orientation, we have attached the presentation. Grade 8 Parent Orientation 2018.pptxGrade 8 Parent Orientation 2018.pptx

May 31
Math Enrichment for new Incoming Grade 8 Students

This message applies to current grade 8 students who are entering Fredericton High School in September.

The FHS Mathematics department is interested in identifying students who are strong in Mathematics, and who would be interested in enrichment opportunities.  Such students are invited to participate in a Mathematics assessment which will take place at Fredericton High School.  Please come to FHS on one of the following dates:

June 6 at 5:00pm


June 9 at 9:00am

Please bring a calculator, pencils and your student ID.  You do not need to register ahead of time.  This is a one hour assessment.  Transportation is the responsibility of the family.​

May 30
Summer Writing Workshop
August 14 & 15, 2018

Get a head start on university now.  Learn to think and write like a university student, and meet others just starting university.
The Writing Centre at Saint Mary's University is offering you the chance to improve your writing skills before you need to submit assignments.  The workshop will help elevate your current writing skills to meet university-level expectations.

Register online:  www.eply.com/sww18​
Workshop Cost 
$200 (workshop only)
$266.65 (with single, one night accomodation)
$66.65 (for extra night accomodation)
Double occupancy available
*Price includes meals, all workshop materials, and taxes

Contact Information:
Saint Mary's University Writing Centre
Burke Building, Room 115
923 Robie Street
Halifax, NS  B3H 3C2
May 30
Saint Mary's University

Hey Grade 11 students!  Visit Saint Mary's University in Halifax July 14-15, 2018 for a fun, informative weekend!  The cost of residence, meals, and workshops will be covered.  

Students will receive a guided tour of campus and of downtown Halifax, as well as sessions on programs, admissions, student life, and residence.  During the admissions session, students can complete an application to Saint Mary's University, with the application fee waived.  Students may choose to be considered for admissions on the spot through early admission, and it will require a final grade 11 transcript and a list of your grade 12 courses to do so.

Space is limited.  Deadline to register is June 29, 2018.  Visit smu.ca/events for details or to register.  Or email Emma at emma.wicks@smu.ca

May 29
13 Reasons Why

We would like to bring to your attention the recent release of the second season of the Netflix ​series “13 Reasons Why.” The series highlights topics such as teen suicide, rape, sexual abuse, bullying, substance abuse, gun violence and threat related behaviours.

The Canadian Centre for Threat Assessment and Trauma Response (CCTATR) cautions educators to be mindful of using this as an educational resource as it may contribute as an additional risk enhancer to those who are vulnerable, have a history of trauma, are victims of related content, or are currently struggling with suicidal ideation. After discussion with our administration this will not be viewed in our classrooms.

We bring this to your attention because students have been and will be viewing this (quite possibly binge-watching it alone), talking about it with their peers and thinking about the messages of this series. Many are also re-watching Season 1 in anticipation of the new season. While many youth are emotionally prepared to process the messages and the graphic nature of this series and its content, many vulnerable youth are not. We are asking that all be vigilant in watching for warning signs of affected youth.

Attached are some resources for educators and parents​. 13 Reasons Why Netflix Series - Considerations for Educators - NASP.pdf13 Reasons Why Netflix Series - Considerations for Educators - NASP.pdfInformation Regarding the Upcoming Release of 13 Reasons Why Season 2 - NASP.pdfInformation Regarding the Upcoming Release of 13 Reasons Why Season 2 - NASP.pdf
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