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April 20
Jostens Grad Ring Sale

 We have just received notice that our Jostens Grad Ring Rep is trying something new this year for the first time ever… a SALE!!

Until June 1st, any students ordering their Grad ring online (www.jostens.com) can use the promo code CANADA40 and get $40 off their Grad ring purchase.
April 13

Safe Grad Clothing is now available for purchase.    ​Please see the full Power Point with styles, colors and sizes under new documents also on the front page of our website.  Order forms and Sample Sizes available in D215.  (Samples of the shorts are not in yet but all other samples are)  Orders and $ due by Thursday, April 26th, 2018.

April 12
Graduation Rehearsal - Date & Time changed

​The Leo Hayes Graduation Rehearsal has been changed to Thursday, June 21 at 9 am at the UNB Aitken Center. All graduates are expected to attend. Prizes will be presented and they will receive their gowns and tickets.  

April 06
Trades and Tech Gala for Girls at LHHS April 11th, 2018

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The annual   Trades and Tech Gala for Girls is being held in the LHHS cafteria Wednesday, April 11th from 5:30 to 8:00 PM. This event is open to high school girls detrmining their career paths. Meet inspiring women and hear amazing stories from a variety of speakers. Enjoy a fabulous dinner while exploring career paths!

See attached poster!

REGISTER on-line for the event! https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/career-exploration-in-trades-and-technology-for-girls-tickets-43932911521

April 06
Student Loan Information Session for Parents & Grads

Post-Secondary Education, Training, and Labour is hosting a student loan information session at the Tom Morrison Theatre​ at FHS at 6:00 PM on May 2nd, 2018. The session is open to grade 12 students and their parents from LHHS, OHS, and FHS.

Everything you need to know about finding your post-secondary education!

March 29
POPS Concert: April 7th, 2:00

Everyone is welcome to the annual LHHS POPS Concert on Saturday, April 7th at 2:00. This year's special guests are the Devon Middle School music program and Second Chances Fredericton. Admission is $5 per person and $12 per family. All proceeds are divided between the participating schools. We hope to see you there!

March 22
Musical Assembly
There will be an assembly at LHHS on March 23 at 11am to celebrate our Canada150/NBYO season-long project "OH Canada:  A Young 150!" with a live performance by NBYO, choir, soloist as well as guest speaker Herménégilde Chiasson. The first assembly will take place at 11:00 and include an audience of students from many different schools in the city. The second assembly, at 1:17 will include all of LHHS's grade 9 students.

February 28
Promoting Safer Schools Together

ASD-W is proud to announce its new partnership with PSSTWorld, launching a cutting-edge
school safety program into district schools. The PSSTWorld program is based on a proven 5-year pilot project designed by international safety expert, Theresa Campbell, in Surrey, BC. The program encourages student participation as a core factor in the improvement of school safety and culture. To become familiar with the PSSTWorld program, please visit: http://psstworld.com/about-us.
At the site, students have a popularized venue to report safety concerns—whether seen,
heard or experienced—directly & anonymously to school district safety staff. Tips and reports regarding bullying, cyberbullying, abuse, sex/drug/weapons/gang crime, suicidal thoughts,
vandalism and even potential for school attack are sent directly to district safety officials. The result is an improved potential for early conflict prevention, intervention and efficient resolution. Bystander and victimized students are empowered to act. Student offenders are deterred. Students, staff, administration and caregivers now have a safe (anonymous, if necessary), organized and popularized mode of action for reporting dangerous school incidents and concerns.
Speak to your children about the importance of respecting themselves and others. Make sure to explain the key difference between “telling” and “tattling” and the purpose of the tool is to get themselves or their friends OUT of trouble and not IN to trouble. Encourage your kids to talk to
you about problems at school and be sure that they know they can now easily report safety concerns.
Together, we can minimize all forms of bullying, abuse and violence in our schools.
February 20
Course Selection for 2018-19

​Students will receive a presentation regarding course selection for the next school year February 20th in an extended homeroom. This is just to get them started on information and planning. An electronic copy of the new course guide is available under Quick Links and then Guidance.

Counsellors will be giving detailed presentations and a hard copy of the guide to stduents in grades 10 and 11 next week. Students are asked to consider options ahead of these presentations so counsellors can assist them in necessary edits.

Students will be required to pass in their completed course selection sheets to their homeroom teachers by Thursday, March 15th. Once selections are made in the computers the following week, changes will only be entertained for failures and/or change in post-secondary plans, so please take time to choose courses carefully.


February 15
Varsity Boy's Basketball Sectionals

AAA Boys Site 2: South West
Saint John High School


Game 1
6:30 PM

Moncton High                  Leo Hayes
2nd Seed                         3rd Seed

Game 2
8:15 PM

Saint John High               Miramichi Valley
1st Seed                          4th Seed


Game 3
1:00 PM
Our Varsity Girls completed their season last weekend at the Regional Tournament.
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