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April 16
TEDxMoncton Youth Opportunity!

TEDxMoncton Youth is excited to announce our 2019 event “Sustainable Lifestyles”!

The TEDxMoncton Youth committee is currently looking for speaker applicants for this event. To give you a quick bit of background on TEDxMoncton, in the spirit of TED’s mission, “ideas worth spreading,” the TEDx program helps communities, organizations and individuals produce TED-style events at the local level. TEDx events are planned and coordinated independently, on a community-by-community basis, under a free license from TED. TEDxMoncton has been active in our community for over 5 years now and we continue to gain momentum as we engage our community in various thought provoking events.

This year, TEDxMoncton has taken on the exciting task of presenting our first TEDxMoncton Youth event! Our committee is in the planning stages of this event and we have an eager and enthusiastic group of students collaborating with us. The event will be held in early June.

Please see the information below for speaker applicant guidelines. We would appreciate you presenting this information to your students and staff as soon as possible.

If you'd like to apply as a speaker, ask yourself if you:

• Have an innovative and original idea?

• Want to share your idea?

• Have a call to action or a way to improve a problem?

• Have a passion for watching the world become more sustainable?

• Have a topic related to youth and/or are a youth yourself?

If you answered yes to all of these questions, then you’re perfect to apply to be a speaker at our next event. To apply, make a 2 minute video introducing yourself and explaining what your idea is then submit it at http://tedxmoncton.com/call-for-speakers-youth-2019. Deadline is April 26th, 2019. We hope to hear from you soon!  ​

April 12
Drama Festival News!

The Elementary Regional Drama Festival is being hosted by the   Anglophone East School District at the Capital Theatre on Tuesday, April 23rd with 5 plays being performed. Students will present their plays and attend workshops during the day. The two adjudicators are Heather MacKenzie, a Drama Teacher at the Capital Theatre Academy and Mike McArdle founder of the Hazy Grape Theatre Collective. 


The Middle School Drama Festival is being hosted by Anglophone East School District at the Capital Theatre on Tuesday, April 30th with 3 plays being performed. Students will present their plays and attend workshops during the day. The two adjudicators are Margie Rubak and Heather MacKenzie, both Drama Teachers at the Capital Theatre Academy.

For more information please contact Charlene Vienneau.

April 12
Northrop Frye School News!

Vice Principals Tara Glencross and Matthew Dixon get “Pied at the Frye.”  Northrop Frye School students donate raised proceeds for the Moncton Hospital.  Two lucky students were chosen to pie the VP’s in the face!!​

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Northrop Frye School Grade 8 student leaders start small breakfast snack program. ​ 

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Music Festival visit Northrop Frye School last Thursday April 4th. An Adjudicator was present at the school and was able to hear the NFS choir/tone chimes group and recorder classes.  For more information contact music specialist Catherine Bartlette. ​ 

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The musical Rock and Roll Forever will be presented at Northrop Frye School on Wednesday, May 8th at 12:30 pm.  This musical involves all grades 3,4, and 5 classes.  All are welcome to attend this performance!  

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Northrop Frye School will also be hosting their annual “Night of the Arts,” on Wednesday, May 8th at 6:00 pm.  We will be showcasing special musical performances from 6:00-6:30 pm followed by a repeat performance of the musical Rock and Roll Forever”  from 6:30-7:15 pm.  During this time, parents are also encouraged to tour the school and look at all the student artwork on display.​ 

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Northrop Frye School Home & School will be hosting a Sundae Bar at Night of the Arts.  All funds raised will be going toward the music and art program at Northrop Frye School.  We hope to see you there! 

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We are busy planning away for our biggest fun and fundraising event of the year – Family Fun Night!  This year our event will be on Friday, May 24 from 5-7:30 PM here at Northrop Frye School.  We will have inflatables, stage performances, games, activities, a silent auction, and a BBQ sponsored by Sobeys Elmwood Drive.  Cost is $5 per child to attend with a max of $20 per family, and food purchases at a few dollars per item on top of that.  We are also looking for donations from individuals or businesses for our silent auction.  The auction donations can be various items, gift cards, passes, or services. If you own a business, frequent a business, or just want to support our fundraising efforts, this is an easy way to give. This year we are excited to offer a unique sponsorship opportunity for a business wishing to raise its profile in our community.  As the inflatables Fun Zone sponsor, you can have your logo displayed on advertising and social media.  You’ll also be given a table in the busy Fun Zone area so you can talk to hundreds of people from our school community.  If you own a business, or know someone who does, and Fun Zone sponsorship is not for you, we are happy to talk about other sponsorship levels and ways you can support Northrop Frye School and students. 

 

Last year’s event raised $8,000 for essential supplies and equipment.  We encourage you to join us in making this year’s fundraiser our most successful one yet.  For more information on how you can get involved, including donations and volunteer opportunities, please contact us at nfshomeandschool@gmail.com.  We hope to see you at Family Fun Night on May 24!

April 12
Bernice MacNaughton High School News!

High School Seniors Visual Art Exhibition

 

During the month of March and April the Moncton City Hall Gallery will be displaying selected works created by grade 12 students from Anglophone East School District. This annual exhibition showcases the work of students in their final year of public school visual arts. Participating students have all taken Visual Arts from K-12 and over the years have received instruction from teachers at the elementary, middle and high school levels. The exhibit will feature paintings, drawings, sculptures, photographs, and mixed media works. 

 

The student artists, their friends and family and the public are invited to attend the vernissage on March 28th at 5pm when City of Moncton Mayor Dawn Arnold will be present to officially open the exhibit.

 

The exhibit is currently open daily from Monday to Friday (8am to 4:30pm) and runs until April the 26th. For more information contact: david.brooks@nbed.nb.ca​​​


 

The Bernice MacNaughton High School Reach for the Top teams took silver in the senior and intermediate divisions in the annual BMHS Reach for the Top tournament.

Winning players were: Mark Finnamore, Abby Hackett,  James Cogswell, and Quang Nguyen on the senior team. On the intermediate team were: Mathilda Ott, Sarina Kleff, Harry Nguyen, Catherine Minnaar, and Handsome Zheng.

We host schools from over the entire province as one of the six tournaments held throughout the season. Reach for the Top is a team trivia contest that pits a school's team of four against that of another school. We encourage other Anglophone East high schools to get back in the game, as many used to be involved years ago. If you'd like to participate next year, "reach" out to Natasha LeBlanc at BMHS.

 

In writing news, four BMHS students took prizes at this year's Frye Festival Youth Writing Contest. They will be awarded at the Soiree later this month. Katherine Barbour and Gillian McWilliam took poetry prizes and Frank Qiao and Mark Finnamore won in short fiction.

 

In related news, the Royal Canadian Legion held their awards evening to pass out prizes for poetry and essay writing. BMHS was well represented with winning pieces being submitted by: Noemi Szente, Zachary Duff, Katie Smith, Sarah Gingles, Raj Punna, Sarah Johnson, Alyssa Goodine, and Padraig Murphy. 

April 12
First Nation Education News!

 

NATIONAL INDIGENOUS HISTORY MONTH is June every year with June 21st being National Indigenous Peoples Day. Various schools will be embedding treaty education, education for reconciliation and cultural teachings into the coming months.  

GRADE 4 TREATY EDUCATION will be piloted in three schools in our district. Stay tuned for this new curriculum in the fall! It builds upon the Grade 3 Treaty Education that has already been implemented in schools this year.

MAKING OUR OWN DRUMS the traditional way with the Cultural Coordinator from Fort Folly. Three schools were awarded a grant to use for making drums, creating artwork and music with the drums and then competing amongst themselves. Stay tuned for the excitement!

LEARNING ABOUT THE MI’KMAQ CULTURE with Culture Keepers, Artists and Elders. Many students have been learning about the Mi’kmaq Culture in hands on, experiential, authentic ways when teachers are teaming up with Mi’kmaq people from Fort Folly, Riverview and Elsipogtog.

FLAG CERMONIES will be held in two schools with a partnership with Fort Folly and Elder from Pabineau First Nation. This is a true honor and we are so grateful for our community partners!

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April 12
Bessborough School News!
On Wednesday, April 10th, Bessborough students and staff supported International Day of Pink. Students and educators across the country came together to raise awareness to end bullying.
April 12
Riverview High School News!

Mill Creek Video Submission Request​

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JIh_dmBKq2s


 

SustainaPalooza2019 Is coming up on April 26.  https://outlook.office.com/owa/?path=/attachmentlightbox​
Participants will have the opportunities to showcase their ideas in our REDTalks, an IDEAMarket and a PITCHsession to receive grant support for their projects. 
Sustainability reaches far beyond "The Environment" and extends into community culture, health & well-being and of course the economy.  


 

 
 
 
United First Nations Youth Summit at RHS 

RHS will be hosting the summit on May 24, 2019.
Registration is now open at 
https://mfnrhs.weebly.com/
INFO
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v0Mxwq5BTQc
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April 12
Frank L. Bowser School News!
All students in our K - 5 classes will learn how to play cricket on Monday, April 15th.
April 12
Moncton High School News!

MHS is participating in blood drives through Canadian Blood Services during the school year.  If you are a regular donor, please ask for your donation to be included under Moncton High donations.

The staff of Moncton High School is proud to promote our sixth annual Girls Knight Out, taking place Thursday, April 18th. We will be hosting a fabulous female empowering speaker, Alyson Springer. We look forward to another fun day filled with bonding, breaking down barriers and activities that promote strength and integrity amongst our female population.

Moncton High Drama group presents a double bill of intrigue and comedy!  We present "The Bold, the Young and the Murdered" and "Check Please!" on Sunday May 5th and Monday May 6th at Moncton High School. Doors open at 6:00 PM.  Show times at 6:30 PM.  Tickets are 5$ for students...10$ for adults and available at the door the night of the performance.  Contact Moncton High for further information.  Come out and find out "who done it?" in " The Bold, the Young and the Murdered" and how challenging it can be to blind date in "Check Please!"


We are hoping to locate copies of MHS yearbooks from years past.  If you are willing to donate any of the years found below to the school, please contact the school at 856-3439 or email kevin.ashe@nbed.nb.ca. The years we are looking for are 1949, 1957, 1958, 1962, 1966, 1968, 1969, 1973, 1974, 1984, 2004, and 2006​

Congratulations to the 2018–2019 Moncton High School Cyber Knights!  A new team of 6 students competed in the Cyber Titan competition this year.  The competition challenges teams of students in a series of simulated cyber security vulnerabilities on a variety of operating systems.  The Cyber Knights have secured a top 10 ranking in Canada and are headed to the Canadian National Championships for the second year in a row.​ 

April 08
First Nation Education News!

Indigenous Studies Students from our district attended the UNB Powwow on the 4th with First Nation Education Champions. Continuing to find authentic, experiential opportunities for learning about First Nations’ Cultures is a focus.

NATIONAL INDIGENOUS HISTORY MONTH is June every year with June 21st being National Indigenous Peoples Day. Various schools will be embedding treaty education, education for reconciliation and cultural teachings into the coming months.

April 08
Frank L. Bowser School News!

 

-Mission Impossible will be set up in the gymnasium for all grade levels.

-Home & School meeting will be held on Wednesday, April 10th at 6:30.  (There will be a presentaion of Internet Safety with school counselor Jenna Bamford and  retired RCMP officer Bryan Butler)

- All Grade 4 students are learning to curl with Curl Moncton on Friday April 12th.

April 08
Moncton High School News!

The staff of Moncton High School is proud to promote our sixth annual Girls Knight Out, taking place Thursday, April 18th. We will be hosting a fabulous female empowering speaker, Alyson Springer. We look forward to another fun day filled with bonding, breaking down barriers and activities that promote strength and integrity amongst our female population. 

 
We are hoping to locate copies of MHS yearbooks from years past.  If you are willing to donate any of the years found below to the school, please contact the school at 856-3439 or email kevin.ashe@nbed.nb.ca. The years we are looking for are 1949, 1957, 1958, 1962, 1966, 1968, 1969, 1973, 1974, 1984, 2004, and 2006​ 

Congratulations to the 2018–2019 Moncton High School Cyber Knights!  A new team of 6 students competed in the Cyber Titan competition this year.  The competition challenges teams of students in a series of simulated cyber security vulnerabilities on a variety of operating systems.  The Cyber Knights have secured a top 10 ranking in Canada and are headed to the Canadian National Championships for the second year in a row.  ​

April 08
Bessborough Bengal News
On Friday, March 29th, Leadership students raised $620 for the SPCA through popcorn sales, button sales and donations. Funds were donated to the SPCA in Bessborough teacher, Kim Black's memory. Students also volunteered at the SPCA after school on March 29th to honour Ms. Black's memory.
March 29
District Education Council News!

The Anglophone East District Education Council was excited to sponsor the “Big Crunch!” taking place throughout our 37 schools on March 28th! Local apples arrived at each school as part of the DEC initiative to promote local, healthy eating choices in partnership with Chartwells our food service provider. Every student and staff member in each of our schools throughout ASD-E received a fresh, local apple to to crunch into at 11 in the morning to celebrate buying from local food producers and making healthy eating choices a way of life in ASD-E!​

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March 29
Bernice MacNaughton High School News!

High School Seniors Visual Art Exhibition

 

During the month of March and April the Moncton City Hall Gallery will be displaying selected works created by grade 12 students from Anglophone East School District. This annual exhibition showcases the work of students in their final year of public school visual arts. Participating students have all taken Visual Arts from K-12 and over the years have received instruction from teachers at the elementary, middle and high school levels. The exhibit will feature paintings, drawings, sculptures, photographs, and mixed media works. 

 

The student artists, their friends and family and the public are invited to attend the vernissage on March 28th at 5pm when City of Moncton Mayor Dawn Arnold will be present to officially open the exhibit.

 

The exhibit is currently open daily from Monday to Friday (8am to 4:30pm) and runs until April the 26th. For more information contact: david.brooks@nbed.nb.ca​​

March 29
Bessborough School News!

On Monday, March 25th, Bessborough staff and Leadersthip students volunteered in the Ronald McDonald Room, located in the Moncton Hospital. Students volunteer with the Home for Dinner program, which allows families to stay close to their loved ones while they're receiving treatment at the hospital. This week a delicious meal consisting of fettuccini Carb​onara, Cesar salad and Mini Egg cookies was served.


 

Friday, March 29th, is popcorn and superhero day at Bessborough! Funds are being raised in memory of Bessborough teacher, Kim Black. Students chose the superhero theme because Ms. Black always called them “her superheroes”. Students are also going to make and sell buttons with a green ribbon in a heart, which represents finding a cure for liver cancer. Ms. Black loved animals, so the funds are going to be donated to the SPCA in her memory. Leadership students will also be volunteering their time at the SPCA after school on March 29th to honour her memory.

March 29
Havelock School News!

On Monday April 01, 2019, Havelock School will be receiving this year’s salmon eggs. The eggs are housed in a cooled water tank, duplicating the water temperature of local streams. As the outdoor water temperature increases, we adjust accordingly so when the newly hatched salmon are released in Early June, they have a smooth transition to their natural habitat. Special thanks to Sterling Goddard, Fish Friends Chairman and The New Brunswick Wild Life Federation, for making this opportunity possible.

March 29
Moncton High School News!

MHS is participating in blood drives through Canadian Blood Services during the school year.  If you are a regular donor, please ask for your donation to be included under Moncton High donations.

The staff of Moncton High School is proud to promote our sixth annual Girls Knight Out, taking place Thursday, April 18th. We will be hosting a fabulous female empowering speaker, Alyson Springer. We look forward to another fun day filled with bonding, breaking down barriers and activities that promote strength and integrity amongst our female population.


We are hoping to locate copies of MHS yearbooks from years past.  If you are willing to donate any of the years found below to the school, please contact the school at 856-3439 or email kevin.ashe@nbed.nb.ca. The years we are looking for are 1949, 1957, 1958, 1962, 1966, 1968, 1969, 1973, 1974, 1984, 2004, and 2006​

Congratulations to the 2018–2019 Moncton High School Cyber Knights!  A new team of 6 students competed in the Cyber Titan competition this year.  The competition challenges teams of students in a series of simulated cyber security vulnerabilities on a variety of operating systems.  The Cyber Knights have secured a top 10 ranking in Canada and are headed to the Canadian National Championships for the second year in a row.​ 

March 15
Bernice MacNaughton High School News!

High School Seniors Visual Art Exhibition

 

During the month of March and April the Moncton City Hall Gallery will be displaying selected works created by grade 12 students from Anglophone East School District. This annual exhibition showcases the work of students in their final year of public school visual arts. Participating students have all taken Visual Arts from K-12 and over the years have received instruction from teachers at the elementary, middle and high school levels. The exhibit will feature paintings, drawings, sculptures, photographs, and mixed media works. 

 

The student artists, their friends and family and the public are invited to attend the vernissage on March 28th at 5pm when City of Moncton Mayor Dawn Arnold will be present to officially open the exhibit.

 

The exhibit is currently open daily from Monday to Friday (8am to 4:30pm) and runs until April the 26th. For more information contact: david.brooks@nbed.nb.ca​

March 15
Northrop Frye School News!

Northrop Frye School will be sending 8 STEM projects to the ASD-E STEM Expo on March 21st.  Congratulations students!

Northrop Frye School welcomes volunteer instructors from Curl Moncton.  Volunteers will be conducting an introduction to curling session with Mrs. Squires PE classes on Wednesday, March 20th.


 

Northrop Frye School will host a middle school focus group – March 28th, 2019 - (The Administration Team from the New North End)

 

Middle School is organizing a Parent Focus Group for parents of students in Grades 5 thru 7 both from Northrop Frye and Evergreen Park to be held on March 28.  The evening will allow for the Administration Team to share feedback that student and teacher focus groups generated prior to the March Break, as well will seek input into shaping the vision of the new school.  A survey was sent home for parents of students in Grades 5 thru 7 both from Northrop Frye and Evergreen Park to complete to indicate if they are interested in attending.  Participants will be selected randomly from the parents who express interest in attending, and will consist of representatives from each school comprised of 2 PSSC members, 1 Home & School member and 3 parents.

 

Northrop Frye School will host its next PSSC Meeting on April 1st, 2019 at 7pm.

 

Northrop Frye School partnering with Moncton SPCA. Grade 2 FI students are collecting donations for the shelter.  For more information please contact Nadine Gionet.

 

On April 4th an adjudicator from the Moncton Music Festival is coming to Northrop Frye School to hear several groups in competition. Our 2/3 choir will sing at 9:30 am and the 4-8 choir approx. 9:45 or 9:50 These presentations will be open to the public  Our recorder group is made up of three grade 5 classes performing approx. 10:35 am followed by the grade 7/8 tone chime group at around 10:50 am.  Please contact Catherine Bartlett for more information.


 

Northrop Frye School will be celebrating "World Down Syndrome Day," on Thursday, March 21st at 11:20am. 

 At 11:20am, selected grade 4 English students will be making an announcement that we will be having a dance/movement break.  All classes are invited to stop and dance to the music that will be played over the announcement loud speaker.

 

 

March 15
Caledonia Regional High School News!

Rehearsals are well underway for the spring musical production of Grease! With over 15% of our students involved, as well as many staff members, parents and friends of CRHS, this is truly a community-wide project.

 

March 15
Bessborough School News!
On Friday March 1st Bessborough Leadership students Mc’d our Bengal Pride Assembly. At this assembly every homeroom teacher choose one student for the month of January and one for the month of February to receive a Bengal Pride Certificate. Those students are recognized in front of the student population for their outstanding behaviors and work efforts in their class. 

As well, students who had received a Bengals at Their Best ticket during the past two months for “doing something right”, had an opportunity to have their ticket drawn to win a Pizza Party. At this assembly, students from the Girls and Boys basketball teams were recognized as well as students that were chosen to represent Bessborough at the upcoming District STEM Fair on March 21st . 

Our Bengal Pride assemblies are held at the end of every second month to recognize student achievement throughout the school.
March 15
Riverview High School News!

SustainaPalooza2019

Is coming up on April 26. We are calling for submissions for innovative and creative ideas that address community visions and beyond.  Participants will have the opportunities to showcase their ideas in our REDTalks, an IDEAMarket and a PITCHsession to receive grant support for their projects. 

Sustainability reaches far beyond "The Environment" and extends into community culture, health & well-being and of course the economy.  

Don't be shy students...we want to hear your ideas!

The deadline for applying is March 27.  

Please see Ms Fowler in Room 2026 for more details. 


 


 

United First Nations Youth Summit at RHS

RHS will be hosting the summit on May 24, 2019.
Registration is now open at 

 
https://mfnrhs.weebly.com

 
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February 22
District Education Council News!

​The DEC held its monthly public meeting on Tuesday evening. There were many exciting topics discussed and ideas shared. 

The DEC proposed and agreed to extend an offer of support to the Halifax Regional School Board in the wake of the tragedy of the fatal fire this week; affecting students in their schools. 

The DEC meets on the third Tuesday of every month at 7 p.m. at the Office of the Superintendent. These meetings are open to the public, everyone is welcome. The meetings are also Live Streamed from the DEC's Facebook page, which is found here: https://www.facebook.com/asdedec/?ref=bookmarks​

February 22
Evergreen Park School News!

This week, EPS hosted an in-house Chinese Culture Day that the students enjoyed.  


 

Thursday, for $1, students will be allowed to wear their favourite hat in school for hat day.  ​

February 22
Salem Elementary School News!

​Next week is Winter Carnival Week at Salem Elementary!

Monday - Backwards Day - what a great way to start the week!

Tuesday - Crazy Hair Day - the crazier, the better!

Wednesday - Hat Day - wear a hat IN class!

Thursday - Jersey Day - wear your favourite jersey! Don't forget we are going skating!

Friday - PJ Day - ending the week in comfort.

Students will also be participating in outdoor games and activities on Friday afternoon! We are all excited for the busy week ahead!

February 22
Frank L. Bowser School News!
Next week: PENGUIN GAMES that include activities such as Curling, Cricket, Soccer, Zumba, Yoga, Badminton, and so much more.  Looking forward a fun-filled week!
February 22
Bessborough School News!

On Friday, February 22nd, several of Bessborough's Leadership students will be taking part in a campaign, called WE Are Silent, to raise funds for the charity WE. By taking a vow of silence in solidarity with those who go unheard, students aim to prove just how big of a difference we can make. 

 

Friday, February 22nd, is Popcorn and PJ Day at Bessborough. Leadership students will be selling popcorn for $1.  They will also be selling friendship buttons for $1. Combo pack for a toonie! Funds raised will support  Hope for Wildlife, a charitable wildlife rehabilitation and education organization located in Seaforth, Nova Scotia. Since 1997, they have rescued, rehabilitated, and released over 40 000 injured animals representing over 250 species.  Funds will also support Leadership’s WE Are Silent’s campaign to provide clean water for a family living in Kenya.

 

On Monday, February 25th, Bessborough staff and Leadership students will be preparing a meal for the Ronald McDonald Room, located in the Moncton Hospital. Students volunteer monthly with the Home for Dinner program, which allows families to stay close to their loved ones while they're receiving treatment at the hospital.

 

Friday, February  22nd  is also our Home and School Movie Night Fundraiser, featuring the movie Smallfoot.  Admission is $4 per person or $15 per family.  A canteen will be available selling popcorn and other snacks during the movie.  The doors open at 5:30pm and the movie starts at 6pm.  Please remember to bring a camp chair, blankets or other items to sit on.  Funds raised support Home and School projects such as the innovative learning fund, school bursaries, musical instruments and art supplies and technology upgrades for our school.

On Tuesday, February 26th, students from our Grade 6 and 6/7 combined classes will travel to the Capitol Theatre for a matinee performance of Beauty and the Beast.  The transportation and admission is being provided by Anglophone East School District.  Students will be bussed to the Capitol Theatre for the 9:30am show and return by bus following the matinee.  A permission form will be sent home with your child this week. 

On Thursday, February 28th, Grade 7 students from Mr. Murphy's class will be travelling to Caledonia Regional High School to collaborate with Grade 7 students to complete a Social Change/Empathy Project related to homelessness and affordable housing under the direction of Caledonia Regional High School Teacher and Minecraft Certified Educator Ben Kelly.  Students will partner with a CRHS student to design and build a sustainable housing project using Minecraft Education, based on feedback and design information supplied by local non-profit organizations tackling the homelessness issue in Southeast New Brunswick.  Please sign and return the permission form for your child to participate.

February 22
Moncton High School News!

MHS is participating in blood drives through Canadian Blood Services during the school year.  If you are a regular donor, please ask for your donation to be included under Moncton High donations.


We are hoping to locate copies of MHS yearbooks from years past.  If you are willing to donate any of the years found below to the school, please contact the school at 856-3439 or email kevin.ashe@nbed.nb.ca. The years we are looking for are 1949, 1957, 1958, 1962, 1966, 1968, 1969, 1973, 1974, 1984, 2004, and 2006​

 

We have begun a new daily class schedule that includes a homeroom period twice a week and a Connect Block the other 3 days.  It is hoped that the Connect Block will provide an opportunity for our students to get more engaged with the school and this will help them in their classes.  ​ 

February 15
Chess Tournament Champions!

​Last week ASD-E hosted its annual Chess Tournament for grades K-12. See the list of winners below: 

Kindergarten

1.       Shayo Adeogba - Lou MacNarin

Grade 1

1.       Aiden Babineau - Lou MacNarin

2.       Lucas London - Lou MacNarin

3.       Andrew Finlayson- Riverview East

Alternate: Henry Martin Riverview East

Grade 2

1.       Victor Scutariu -Riverview East

2.       Quinn Harris - Lou MacNarin

3.       Miles McDonald- Riverview East

 

Alternate: Lino Jung – Lou MacNarin

 

Grade 3

1.       Shirley Felter-Gonen -Lou MacNarin

2.       Cohen MacAdam-Tomlinson- Riverview East

3.       Owen Somers- Lou MacNarin

 

Alternate:  Dianya Wang Evergreen Park School

 

Grade 4

1.       Gevorg Shahbazyan- Northrop Frye

2.       Benjamin Osmond- Riverview East

3.       Luke Kavanagh- Riverview East

Alternate: Aayush Sharma- Evergreen Park School

CHESS RESULTS

 

Grade 5

1.       Jack Allen- West Riverview

2.       Isaac MacArthur-Frank L.  Bowser

3.       Noga Felter-Gonen- Lou MacNarin

 

Alternate: Colin Doucet- Lou MacNarin

 

Grade 6

1.       Micah Murray -Riverview East

2.       Jayden Barney- Marshview

3.       Nathan Kavanagh- Riverview East

 

Alternate: Tim Lee- Lewisville Middle School

 

Grade 7

1.       Titan Dunahee- Riverview East

2.       Garret Butland- Caledonia

3.       Yaron Felter-Gonen- Lewisville

 

Alternate: Will Franklin- Riverview East

 

Grade 8

1.       Minh Nguyen- Evergreen

2.       Theo Michaelis-Law  Marshview

3.       Ian Ryu – Lewisville Middle School

 

Alternate : Josh Henry- Dorchester

 

 

 

Grade 9

1.       Duran Wang- Bernice MacNaughton

2.       Abigail Willet- Riverview High School

3.       Brady Hackett- Harrison Trimble High School

 

Alternate: Trevor Cormier-Harrison Trimble High School

 

Grade 10

1.       Jordan Capello-Riverview High School

2.       Sunghyoun (Sunny) Kim -Moncton High School

3.       John Williston-Chafe Moncton High School

Grade 11

1.       Quang Nguven MacNaughton

2.       Peter Zhu – Harrison Trimble High School

3.       John Nguyen  - Moncton High School

 

Alternate : Mathis Abe Moncton High School

 

Grade 12

1.       Adam Makarov  MHS

2.       Connor Havens  RHS

3.        Garrison Riley  MacNaughton

 

Alternate: Dylan Dupuis Moncton High School​

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