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A friendly reminder that there is a mandatory meeting for all applicants and their parents/guardians this Wednesday (18th) and Thursday (19th) evening in the theatre, starting at 6:30pm. Applicants must attend one of the two meetings (not both, just one or the other); attendance will be taken.
Please do NOT hand any coloured forms or money in to the office prior to these meetings; hold on to them and bring them with you on the 18th or 19th.
Application packages are available at the office for any grade 8 student who needs a copy.
Mme Cormier :)
This is a message for all parents or guardians of grade 7 students. Public Health nurses will be coming to your school on November 3rd, 2017 to offer grade 7 students vaccines. All students are eligible to receive a vaccine against Tetanus, Diphtheria and Pertussis (whooping cough), and a vaccine against Human Papillomavirus (HPV). Your child should have received two information pamphlets.
Please complete the consent form, and return it to your child’s teacher. A signature is required for each vaccine on this form. This should be returned whether the student is being immunized or not.
Please contact the school as soon as possible if you did not receive immunization consent forms from your child. If you have any questions, please contact Public Health at
Kibbeh, paella, dumplings, haggis, leche flan – DO YOU KNOW WHAT THESE FOODS ARE?
COME LEARN! The Multicultural Club is looking for Nashwaaksis Middle School students who want to be part of a Multicultural Club. You DO NOT have to be from another country. ALL STUDENTS ARE WELCOME. If you are from another country, we definitely want you to come! We are a club who likes to have fun and meet new friends.
We will meet in Room 212 (Mme LeBlanc’s room) Monday, October 16th.
Capture the Year That Was
Yearbooks and cameras capture memories that might otherwise be lost with time. Place your yearbook order by 10/13 and automatically be entered to win one of five Canon PowerShot cameras*.
SAVE THE DATE!!! Thursday Oct 26ST @ 6:30pm
Title: "NOT MY CHILD"
Drop off your son/daughter at the dance and join us in the theater for an hour of information and questions.
How to talk to your child about social media and its implications.
“I can’t believe he/she would do this, we’ve talked about this at home!”
Coffee and snacks will be served.
UNB is hosting an exciting day on October 14. It is called Go Eng Girl and is meant to educate girls and their parents about engineering. We will be doing an activity with the girls while the parents attend an info session and then will be doing an activity with the girls and the parents together.
I was hoping you would be able to share this link with your students and/or parents. We are limiting registrations to 25 girls this year as it is our first year with the event.
Thanks in advance for your help!
Katie Skead, MScE, P.Eng
Engineering Outreach Coordinator • Faculty of Engineering
T 506 452-6176
Everyone deserves to be safe from bullying and harassment –
Stand-Up and Make It Stop!
We are looking for students in grades 7 and 8 to apply to become Nashwaaksis Beyond the Hurt Youth Facilitators. Training will be provided for the selected group of 10-12 students that want to reduce the incidences of bullying and work towards promoting and supporting an atmosphere of acceptance and respect. Selected students will participate in two full days of training on October 19th and 23rd that will certify them as Red Cross Beyond the Hurt Youth Facilitators. This training will prepare them for undertaking a role of advocate for bullying prevention through classroom presentations to peers and school wide activities aimed at reducing bullying and harassment in all its forms.
· Possess leadership and facilitation experience or potential.
· Reflect the diversity of the students in our school.
· Be familiar with the issue of bullying and its negative impact upon student safety and well-being.
· Bring and share successful experiences rather than negative ones.
· Be in good academic standing and therefore be able to devote themselves to fully participating in on-going Beyond the Hurt activities.
· Be open, honest and respectful.
· Complete two full days of training.
Application Due: October 13th in the Guidance Office
The deadline to order Pictures that were taken, Monday, Sept. 25, 2017 is Monday, Oct. 2, 2017.