|Meet the Teacher
Students and parents/guardians are invited to "meet the teacher" at SVHS on Wednesday, August 31, 2016. The main door will open at 6:30 p.m. with dessert offerings in the cafeteria. Student schedules will be available in the lobby. People will move into the mini-theatre for staff introductions, finishing at approximately 7:30 p.m.. Admission is free and all are welcome.
School Picture Day
School pictures will be taken on Monday, September 26, 2016. Pictures will be done by Lifetouch (same company as last year). All students and staff are required to have their picture taken for school ID purposes, even if you do not purchase a photo package.
Summer contact for Sexual Health Nurse Practitioner
Michelle Daniels , Sexual Health Nurse Practitioner remains available to students over the summer break. Drop ins welcome. You may contact her at 1-888-829-6444 or drop by the Public Health Office in the Bicentennial Building at 200 King Street, Woodstock, Suite 145 (across from Service New Brunswick). Michelle Daniels will return to school visits in the Fall.
Athletics surveys for players and parents
Players and parents of various SVHS athletics teams are invited to give their feedback on a short survey (less than 5 minutes). Please click on the appropriate link below. Many thanks for you help!
NB Student Wellness Survey
The NB Student Wellness Survey is a provincial initiative of the NB Department of Social Development - Wellness Branch. Data collection and analysis is carried out by the NB Health Council in cooperation with the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development. The purpose of the survey is to examine the health and wellness attitudes and behaviours of students in grades 6 - 12.
Students will be asked questions about their wellness behaviours such as healthy eating, physical activity, tobacco-free living, mental fitness and resilience. In addition, the survey touches upon students' perceptions about school, social relationships and environments, bullying, and health outcomes. Students in grades 7 - 12 will also be asked questions about sex, alcohol and drug use.
On April 26, our school will be participating in this survey. If you would like more information on the NB Student Wellness Survey, please call the NB Health Council at 1-877-225-2521.
If you do not wish your child to participate in the survey please contact Mrs. Barclay with the name of your child at 273-4784.
R.C.M.P. Youth Opportunity
The R.C.M.P. is pleased to offer to a select group of grade 11-12 students from across Canada an opportunity to learn about and experience the work of an R.C.M.P. officer. Up to 32 students will be chosen to attend the R.C.M.P. Academy, located in Regina, Saskatchewan, from October 17 to 21/16. There will be 2 students selected from the Province of New Brunswick. Applications are posted on the bulletin board in the upstairs main lobby. Completed applications are due April 29/16, please take them to Mr. Kazakos (Guidance Department of SVHS).
We are currently accepting applications for replacement support staff positions within our district. Casual Educational Assistants, School Intervention Workers, School Administrative Assistants, Library Workers, Bus Drivers and Custodian application packages can be found on the Anglophone West School District website at the following link: Employment Opportunities FORMS http://web1.nbed.nb.ca/sites/ASD-W/HR/Pages/Jobs.aspx.
For more information please contact Karen Kozak, Human Resources Officer with the Office of the Superintendent, 453-8143 or Karen.Kozak@gnb.ca.
We had fun!
On Tuesday, March 15, "Live Different" presented at our school with the music group "Ever Glow".
Their interactive and engaging presentation encouraged students "to write their own story" and advocates getting involved in communities, youth empowerment and making the best choices for yourself.
The students are still talking about it and we have received a lot of positive feedback - definitely something we will do again.
Local scholarships & bursaries
The green application forms for local scholarships and bursaries are now available in our Guidance Department for all potential grads to pick up. When your forms are complete, please turn them back in to our Guidance Department (Mrs. Freake and Mr. Kazakos).
Things to remember during exam week:
- Return text books and library books to the library.
- The cafeteria is open until and including Thursday.
- There is no breakfast program this week.
Exam Schedule for January 2016
Click on the attachment to view the exam schedule.
During exam week students only attend on days they have exams. When the exam time is over the student may be signed out or wait in the study hall for the bus. During exam week our study hall is the school cafeteria.
Exam Schedule January 2016.pdf