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December 18
January Newsletter

January 2018
   Celebrate Items
Ø  Congratulations to Mrs. Thompson’s grade 2 class who managed to collect 525 items (476 pounds!!!) for their food drive!  A big thank you for all the families that supported this great cause.
 Upcoming Events
Ø  January 8th – Students return from Christmas break.
Ø  January 12th – Mrs. McPherson’s K-1 class will be visiting Rockwood Park for the entire morning.  Note to follow.  The day is paid for by the PALS program.
Ø  January 16th – The ELF (Elementary Literacy) reading program will begin for 6 grade 2 students.  The program runs 1 hour, 2 days a week for 10 weeks.  Thank you to our partners at Point Lepreau for providing volunteers. 
Ø  January 17th – Half day of school followed by teacher PD.  Buses leave at 11:00 am. 
Ø  January 22nd – Our annual Welcome to Kindergarten event will be held for students beginning kindergarten in September 2018.  The program runs from 3:00 – 4:30 pm.
November 29
December Newsletter

December 2017
   Celebrate Items
Ø  Thank you to all the parents who took the time to share during career day.  The kids loved it!
Ø  Thank you to all the volunteers and people who supported the community breakfast.  A donation of $1300.00 was made to our breakfast program!
Ø  Congratulations to the grade 3, 4 and 5 students who attended the Newcomb Ball jamboree.
 Upcoming Events
Ø  December 4th – 8th – Grade 2 students will accept donations for their food drive.  Please send in non-perishable food items to help this good cause.
Ø  December 6th - PD for staff in the afternoon.  Buses leave at 11:00 am. 
Ø  December 15th – Kindergarten students will build gingerbread houses.
Ø  December 18th – Home & School will be in classrooms helping make Christmas decorations for our concert.
Ø  December 20th – Christmas concert – all students participating.  Show begins at 1:00 pm and doors open around back at 12:40 pm.  Family is very welcome to attend.
Ø  December 21st – Best Buddies Activities.  All students will participate in a fun day lead by the members of our Best Buddies Program. 
Ø  December 22nd – Last (half day) before Christmas Break.  Buses leave at 11:00 am.
November 14
Inclement Weather

Anglophone South School District is committed to the safe and efficient transportation of students and recognizes that it may be necessary to cancel a bus run(s), close school(s), or delay school opening to ensure students are not endangered by hazards brought on by poor weather or road conditions.  Our decisions must be made prior to 6:30 a.m. and they are based on the forecasts we have, and information we are able to collect on road conditions.
The following options are considered when deciding what to do during inclement weather situations:
1.     Schools are open as usual in which case no announcement will be made.
2.     All schools are closed for the day with an appropriate announcement being relayed to:
·      the local radio stations prior to 6:30 a.m.
·      the District website (
·      follow us on twitter
·      the District Information Phone line – for school closures
(toll free:1-855-535-7669 [SNOW] ).
·      subscribe online for email notifications at and choose the Parent Portal
Parents are encouraged to access the above noted methods early in the morning, particularly on days when the weather is inclement.
3.     Schools are closed by Education Centre:
·      Hampton Education Centre
·      Saint John Education Centre
·      St. Stephen Education Centre
Schools within an Education Centre may be closed depending on conditions.
4.    School bus runs are delayed one/two hour(s).  On these occasions, all schools will open at their regular time to receive students.  Students arriving late will not be penalized.
5.    Schools may be closed early on days when the weather conditions are anticipated to deteriorate significantly during the day.  Every effort will be made to notify parents by telephone for students in Kindergarten to Grade 5. We use media, voice mail and email. Families are reminded of the importance of ensuring alternate arrangements are in place for their child(ren) in cases when they or another adult will not be available to be home.
During the winter months, there may be occasions when the condition of a particular road along a bus driver’s route is hazardous.  Individual school bus drivers have a responsibility to recommend to their supervisor either the cancellation or delay of their individual bus runs should they have a safety concern.  Whenever possible, notice of a late bus or a cancelled bus run will be announced on the radio and posted on the Website.
While the loss of valuable instruction time is always a concern, the safety of students is paramount.  The decision to close schools is always made with this in mind.  If schools remain open, and as a parent/guardian you feel that conditions in your area are not safe for your child to go to school, then ultimately you have the final decision whether or not to send your child to school.  Absences on these days will not be a factor in a student’s attendance record.
District Information Phone Line:  1-855-535-7669 [SNOW]
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Zoë Watson
November 6, 2017
November 07
November Newsletter

November 2017
   Celebrate Items
Ø  Thank you everyone for helping with our Terry Fox fundraiser.  Our students managed to do an amazing job and raised $794.25!  A huge congratulations to our top fundraiser, Gracie in Mrs. McPherson’s class, who raised $130.00.  Well done!
Ø  Congratulations to the soccer jamboree players who competed at St. Rose School.
Ø  Congratulations to the cross country team who finished a very successful season.
 Upcoming Events
Ø  November 6th – WITS ceremony for all students at 10:00 am. 
Ø  November 8th – No School for students.  Teacher PD – Full Day. 
Ø  November 9th – Career Day – Parents asked to share their career.  Students dress as their dream job.
Ø  November 10th – Remembrance Day Ceremony 10:30 am.  Families are welcome to attend. 
Ø  November 13th – No School – Remembrance Day.
Ø  November 18th – FALL BREAKFAST at the Fundy Bay 50+ Club 8:30-10:30 am in support of the Fundy Shores School breakfast program. 
Ø  November 20th – Report Cards go home.
Ø  November 20th – EYE-DA appointments begin for pre-kindergarten students.
Ø  November 23rd – Student Led Parent–Teacher 4:00 – 7:00 pm.  Both the parent and child should be attending.  Appointments can be made by calling the office during school hours beginning November 21st.
Ø  November 24th - Student Led Parent – Teacher 8:00 – 10:00 am.  Both the parent and child should be attending.  Appointments can be made by calling the office during school hours beginning November 21st.
Ø  November 27th - EYE-DA appointments for pre-kindergarten students.
Ø  November 28th - Credit Counselling – A guest speaker will meet with grades 4 and 5. 
Ø  November 28th – Newcomball jamboree – Seaside Park School. 
August 30
September Newsletter

September 2017
  Celebrate Items
Ø  Welcome to Fundy Shores School for the 2016-2017 school year!
 Upcoming Events
Ø  September 5th will be the first day of school for all students
Ø  September 14th - October 4th.  Cross country meets will be held at Fisher Lakes September 14th and 21st and Riverview Park October 4th.  Details to follow.
Ø  September 20th – PD for staff in the afternoon.  Buses leave at 11:00 am. 
Ø  September 27th – Harvey’s Picture Day in the morning.
Ø  September 29th - Our annual Terry Fox Walk will be held at 7:45 am.  As usual students will walk to the end of Ridge Road and back twice.

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