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March 12
March Scholarships for 2018 Grads

Leonard Foundation Scholarship

Deadline: March 15           


Preference will be given to sons and daughters of ordained clergy, licensed elementary or secondary school teachers, Canadian military personnel, graduates of a Canadian Military College, members of the Engineering Institute of Canada and members of the Mining and Mettallurical Institute of Canada and those who have previously received an award from the Leonard Foundation. Students must be enrolling in their first undergraduate program as a full-time student and demonstrate financial need. Applications must be submitted through a nominator.



Rotary Youth Merit Awards 

See Guidance for applications and deadlines                        

$500 & $1,000                                               

This award is based on service, dependability and leadership. Students must submit an activity resume to the guidance office. The school may nominate one student.          


Bell Aliant Pioneers of N.B. Scholarship

Deadline: March 30, 2018


The Bell Aliant Pioneers of New Brunswick Chapter 51 Scholarship is designed to help young New Brunswickers with physical or mental disabilities who wish to advance their education beyond high school. 

Applications may be picked up in guidance. 



Mary Majka Scholarship Fund

Deadline: March 31, 2017


This fund was established with the intent to further youth engagement with nature and our natural heritage.  This scholarship is open to New Brunswick students from middle school to those attending an undergraduate program in the field of natural sciences with an interest in nature and the environment.



New Brunswick Women’s Institute Scholarships

Deadline: March 31

These scholarships are awarded to residents of NB who meet the entrance requirements of the school to which they are applying. Scholastic standing, community involvement and need will be considered. 


March 12
March Madness with ChatterHigh
March marks another opportunity for C-NCS to participate in Chatterhigh with a chance to win a Chromebook for every 300,000 points earned.  With your help completing the online quizzes to obtain points, together we can add resources to our school to better our student's learning.  You can access the site at https://chatterhigh.com/ and create your account under our school today!

February 27
Pink Shirts distributed today!

Pink shirts that have been pre-ordered will be distributed at school today. Please contact Ms. Creighton directly if there is an error with your order at melissa.creighton@nbed.nb.ca.​

February 21
PSST World Continues...


Great news Husky families, we are now ready to implement the PSST Program with our high school students at C-NCS! Should you or your students have a safety concern​ report anonymously at www.psstworld.com/  See below for a more in-depth explanation.

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February 06
PSST World

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:


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.


NOTE: This program will be introduced first to the middle school population starting February 6th.  

March 27
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