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February 23
Daily Announcements - February 23, 2018

IAny student in Gr. 7 who wishes to compete in the All Science Competition this spring, please note there will be a meeting in Mme Quinn's class on Friday at lunch options. She is in room 215.  The All Science Challenge is an all day competition to be held at UNB in April. As a team member, you will be responsible for learning challenging material pertaining to a particular scientific area. For example: biology, physics, chemistry. You will have a booklet to help you learn it. As well, you will work with your team to complete a building/innovation project. The day is super fun and students who have participated always want to go back.  If you want to learn more about the competition, go to Mme Quinn's room on Friday at lunch options. Room 215.

Global George members: IF you sold Rafikis the last week in November by the cafeteria, please see Mme MK at nutrition break in her room.

GSA will be meeting on Monday from 3 - 4 in Mrs. Whelan's room.

Grade 6 Options today-- (Friday)   Scratch Coding at noon options, all students interested are welcome.

Coding Club which takes place on Mondays will resume after March Break 

CHOIR:  There will be a very important rehearsal for Upbeat today after school from 3 - 4 p.m. in Miss Ready's classroom.

B-ball Teams:
Gr. 6 Girls Practice 3pm
Varsity Boys Practice 4:30pm
JV Boys tournament at DMS that was scheduled for this weekend has been cancelled.

On Monday at 7:00am there is a Varsity Girls Volleyball Tryout!!

On Monday at 7:30pm there is a Varsity Boys Volleyball Tryout!!

Check bulletin board for the other tryouts for Varsity next week!


February 21
George Street Middle School Presents "Guys and Dolls - Junior"

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Join us March 23 & 24 at 7 pm in our auditorium for our production of "Guys and Dolls" Junior.

Tickets on sale at Read's Newstand 


At the door

$5 - student/senior

$10 - adults

Come out for a great night at the theatre!

February 05
At George - We Create Change

​Our We Create Change Campaign - Bring in your loose change and for each $50..00 we invest in the purchase of a goat for a family in Africa or South America.goat-infographic-336x336.jpg

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Our goal is $2500 - to purchase 50 goats for 50 famillies. More information here https://www.we.org/we-schools/program/campaigns/we-create-change/​  Campaign runs until Feb. 28th 

January 25
Healthy Smoothies as Part of Our Reniassance Rewards Program

​We recieved funding to purchase high end blenders to make smoothies for classes when they have achieved their class goal. For example 6B received a visit because as a class they set a goal to have all students pass in their work on time for a whole month. They get a visit from Georgie Bear - a bit of music (dancing) and a great tasting healthy smoothie!DSC_0681.JPG

January 11
SPARK Booklet is Here

Winter SPARK Booklet with list of activities is here Spark catalogue winter 2018.pdfSpark catalogue winter 2018.pdf. Students will be selecting from over 30 choices on Monday and Tuesday January 15-16, 2018. Spark Fridays are January 26th, Feb. 2nd, 9th, 16th - with strom date February 23rd. 

December 22
Have A Safe Holiday

​On Behalf of the Staff and Students of George Street Middle School Have a Safe and Relaxing Holiday Break. School will be closed from noon Friday December 22nd to 8 am on Monday January 8th, 2018happy holidays.png

December 12
All After School Activities Cancelled Tonight December 12th - Due to Weather
November 23
Order Your 2017-2018 YearBook >>>>>>>>>>>>>>

​ Here is a copy of the gidt certificate we will gladly send to you if you want to buy a 2017-2018 George Street Middle School Yearbook. All you need is a copy of the receipt you receive when you ordered on-line! Yearbook Gift Certicate 2017-2018.pdfYearbook Gift Certicate 2017-2018.pdfyearbook.jpg

November 20
Global George is Selling Rafikis

During Parent-Teacher interviews and the last week of November, Global George is selling Rafiki chains. What are Rafikis?

-Rafiki means “friend” in Swahili.-The Maasai Mamas (Kenya) bead them and they are beautiful. Two GSMS teachers actually went to Kenya and beaded with the mamas and saw how these are making a difference in their lives.Beading gives them a job with good income.Beading them also sends their daughters to school. It costs money for girls to go to school after grade 8 in Kenya.

They are multifunctional chains that you can wear as a bracelet, necklace, anklets etc. There are 6 different colours, each represent a pillar of sustainability for a community.  Please help support Global George in this campaign. They make great Christmas gifts.

Please contact: lise.martin-keilty@nbed.nb.ca if you would like any and you can arrange pick up. They sell out fast so don’t wait too long!

For more info, watch this short video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QZYnRn5BlEk​


November 17
Information About School Closures

​Please find the following information about school closures due to inclement weather. Weather School Closures 2017-18.pdfWeather School Closures 2017-18.pdf

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