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October 17
New Solar Panels at NMES

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New Maryland Elementary School is part of a pilot project in ASD-W to test the viability of solar panel use at schools.  Fredericton High School is also involved in this project.

Click here for more pictures.

October 10
Kindergarten Registration

Attention parents of the class of 2031! If your child will be five years old on or before December 31, 2018, it’s time to start thinking about kindergarten! Kindergarten registration for the 2018-19 school year is happening October 10-13 at all elementary schools in Anglophone West School District. To register your child visit your neighbourhood elementary school.  More information is available at www.asd-w.nbed.nb​

October 06
Thanksgiving

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Good afternoon from NMES,
 
As you gather with family and friends to celebrate Thanksgiving, may you have many blessings to countJ
 
Enjoy a wonderful weekend!
 
New Maryland School Staff
 
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October 05
Fall Frolic Gift Bags

Follow the links below for information on each grade level gift bag requests.

Kindergarten​  Grade 1  Grade 2  Grade 3  Grade 4  Grade 5


October 05
Fall Frolic

 

Image result for brown paper bag clipartPlease check your child’s backpack for a brown paper bag with an orange note attached to it outlining a new “Surprise Grab Bag store” which will be a new feature at this year’s Fall Frolic.

 

Donations for the store would be appreciated but optional.

  

September 29
Orange Shirt Day

New Maryland students recognize Orange Shirt Day.

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September 15
Harvest Jazz & Blues in the schools

​Today, our students were treated to the wonderful sounds of Dan Doiron from the Blues in the Schools program.  

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September 11
Terry Fox Walk

On Spetember 11, NMES students enjoyed hearing from Fred Fox, Terry Fox's brother, about the important legacy of Terry Fox and the efforts that continue to be made to raise money to fund cancer research.

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September 06
NMES Open House
We look forward to seeing you at the New Maryland School Open House tonight!

6:00 pm in the gymnasium for a short presentation followed by classroom/teacher visits​​.

August 29
Breakfast is Important

“Breakfast” our Brain Food

Breakfast has been proven to be one of the most important meals of the day. Children who start their day with a full belly will be hungry to learn and not hungry for food.  As families prepare for the return to school, it’s important to get back into the routine of having a healthy well balanced breakfast. Try to include 3 out of the 4 food groups in your breakfast. This could be a slice of whole grain toast, piece of cheese and fruit or quick oatmeal with berries and yogurt.

Big Benefits of Breakfast:

-Increase in academic performance

-Better concentration and behavior

-Increase self-esteem and self-confidence which leads to positive interactions with peers and adults

-Better attitude towards school and learning

-More vitamin and mineral intake

-Healthy weights

 Tips in prepping breakfast ahead to avoid the morning rush:

-Make porridge ahead of time and refrigerate portions. Reheat and add fruit, seeds, and yogurt in the morning

-Bake and freeze whole grain muffins and pancakes

-Stock up on grab and go items such as fruit, containers of yogurt, individual portions of trail mix, and cheese

-Make hard boiled eggs and keep in refrigerator for up to one week. Add a slice of whole grain toast and cheese with eggs to make a grab and go breakfast sandwich.

 Make sure you and your child know about the breakfast program offered at their school. There are many reasons why children access breakfast programs: a long bus ride, don’t feel like eating when they get up or not having enough time to eat at home. Perhaps they just look forward to eating with their friends and classmates at school. Whatever the reason it is important that all children start their day with a full belly and be  ready to learn.

 For more information:

http://www.nbta.ca/resources/breakfast_binder/Breakfast_Program.pdf

http://www.breakfastclubcanada.org/our-needs/

https://nourishns.ca/

https://www.dietitians.ca​

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