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June 24
Summer Writing Workshop

​Saint Mary's University

August 13 & 14, 2019

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 academic skills before you submit assignments.  The workshop will help you elevate your current writing skills to meet university-level expectations.

Learn:

  • How to construct a university paper
  • Analytical and critical thinking
  • How to avoid plagiarism
  • How to listen to a lecture and to take effective class notes
Program Benefits:
  • Improve your academic skills
  • Learn clear, effective writing
  • Meet other students before starting school
  • Meet professors and service staff
Workshop Cost:
$200 (workshop only)
$266.65 (with single, one night accommodation)
$66.65 (for extra night accommodaton)
Double occupancy available
Price includes meals, all workshop materials, and taxes

Register online at SWW2019​

June 13
ASDW Newcomer Support Centre Summer Hours

​If your child was born outside of Canada, or English is not spoken in your home, please contact the Newcomer Support Centre to register your child for school for the 2019-2020 school year.

The Newcomer Support Centre will be opening for summer hours on August 7th.  Summer hours will be Mondays to Thursdays from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.

Please email:  iwcfredericton@nbed.nb.ca to set up an appointment.

Located at 575 George Street (Regent Street side of the building).  The phone number is 506-444-3573.

June 12
YMCA Student Summer Work Exchange Program

VOLUNTEER HOSTS NEEDED

(3 or 6 WEEKS, SUMMER 2019)

The Program

YMCA Summer Work Student Exchange is a national youth exchange program for 16 and 17 years olds who wish to strengthen their second official language skills and gain valuable work experience.  For 6 weeks, in the summer (June 28th to August 12th), participants are matched with youth from Quebec and hosted in each other's homes.  They are given a full-time paid job in the non-profit sector and participate in group activities organized by a YMCA Local Coordinator during the weekend.

How You Can Help

Due to the reciprocal nature of the program, not all youth have the opportunity to participate because their family is unable to host a student in return.  Volunteer alternate hosts can support these youth by hosting on their behalf, and in that way, ensure that all members of the community have access to this great experience.  The YMCA is looking for alternate host families from June 28th - August 12th (6 weeks), and from July 20th - August 12th (3 weeks).

Get Involved

As a Volunteer Alternate host for the YMCA Summer Work Student Exchange, you will welcome a student into your home for the duration of the exchange.  You will provide a safe and healthy environment for the youth to strengthen their English skills while learning about your family and community.  The program offers opportunities for the Alternate Host to be involved in activities and events, to network with other hosts and families, and to benefit from the continuous support of a YMCA Local Coordinator.  Your involvement in the program ensures a youth is given the chance to experience a new language, a new community, and a new culture, all in an effort to build strong young people.

To find out more, please contact Grace LeBlanc at (506) 999-5088 or visit www.summer-work.com

June 10
Hockey, Outdoor Pursuits, and PE Leadership Applications

​Please complete the online application by clicking on the link for the following courses:

Hockey Class

Outdoor Pursuits

PE Leadership​


June 10
Student Summer Employment Opportunities
Bar None Camp Counselor

Essential Duties and Responsibilites include:
  1. ​Supervise and provide guidance for youth.
  2. Ensure safety and welfare of all youth.
  3. Ensure safety rules are adhered to and knowledge of youth's whereabouts.
  4. Lead fire drills and emergency procedures.
  5. Grounds maintenance and sanitation duties.
  6. Organize and supervise group activities such as canoeing, paddle boating, rope course, archery, crafts, games, camp fires, and drama.
  7. Camp Counselor supervises day-to-day camp activities and develops recreational plans and teaching as required by Camp Director.
  8. Provide emotional mentoring, greet new youth and explain all the rules.
  9. Be a good role model.
  10. Be punctual, organized, and enthusiastic.
  11. Be able to monitor all incidents and be able to document in writing a detailed report.
  12. Attend huddle every morning and evening wrap up each evening.
  13. Perform Cabin chaperone duties at night.
  14. Ensure youth living areas are cleaned each morning and inspection ready.
  15. Ensure youth hygiene daily.
  16. Attend camp training a week prior to camp.
  17. Help prepare camp for startup and completion of camp season.
  18. Counselors must be 17 years old or older with a completed Vulnerable Sector background check.
  19. Report all workers compensation injuries, whether they require medical attention or not, to Camp Director.
  20. Report all breaches of company policy or code of ethics that you have knowledge of, hear about or see regardless of who is involved in the breach to your immediate supervisor or the Executive Director.
  21. Report all unsafe condtions that could affect participants or employees which you become aware of to your immediate supervisor immediately​​.
  22. Ensure no participant ever has any supervisory responsibility or authority over another participant.
  23. Ensure any and all sanctions imposd on participants are in keeping with the BOC philosophy or respect of all individuals; are non-fear-based, are not shame-based; and are therapeutic (healing) innterventiosn designed to promote growth through self-awareness and understanding.
  24. Ensure that all applicable policies and procedures that fall within the scope of this job description are followed and adhered to.
  25. Perform other related duties as assigned by supervisor.
  26. Camp standards are in accordance tih the New Brunswick Camping Standards.
EXPERIENCE:  First Aid/CPR and previous camp experience preferred.  Lifeguarding certificate an asset.

Please apply to hr@bridgesofcanada.com
May 29
Grade 9 Program

An outline of the Grade 9 program with brief course descriptions can be found here: Grade 9 Program.docGrade 9 Program.doc 

May 29
Grade 8 Parent Orientation

​If you were unable to attend the Grade 8 Parent Orientation on May 29th, the information is included here:  Grade 8 Parent Orientation 2018.pptxGrade 8 Parent Orientation 2018.pptx  Grade 8 High School Orientation Night for Parents Quick Reference sheet.docxGrade 8 High School Orientation Night for Parents Quick Reference sheet.docx

May 21
Saint Mary's University

​Grade 11 students are invited to visit Saint Mary's University in Halifax this summer.

July 27th - July 28th, 2019

Go for a fun, informative weekend!  They will cover the cost of residence, meals, workshops, and a guided tour of Halifax.  More information can be found here​. Space is limited.  Deadline to register is July 5th, 2019 so register today!

For more information or to register, please contact Emma at emma.wicks@smu.ca or Lindsay at lindsay.benoit@smu.ca

May 09
Vaping - Know the Risks
April 09
Course Selection Guide

​If you have lost your Course Selection Guide, you can access the information here:  Course Selection Guide 2019-2020.pdfCourse Selection Guide 2019-2020.pdf

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