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Caledonia Regional High School

Welcome to Caledonia Regional High School

April 2020

Although we are unable to be with our students daily, our support continues for our Tigers in Grades 6 through 12 while we are apart.

Caledonia Home Learning Plan

​​All students have an assigned teacher advisor who will be a family’s weekly connection with our school. This teacher advisor will provide general next steps in learning and support for parents and students. Subject teachers will determine how to best facilitate learning that meets the needs of the subject and students they teach.  Caledonia teachers have contributed to resource sites located on the Department of Education site and the District site.  These resources can be found at: 

https://www2.gnb.ca/content/gnb/en/departments/education/learning_at_home.html

Additional learning resources can be found under School News on this page. 

Students may access their school email by visiting office.com and logging into their Office 365 account. Students use the same information they would use if they were logging into their account at school. They enter their username followed by @nbss.nbed.nb.ca and password. If a student is unsure about their login information, follow step 1 or 2  and indicate name, school, grade, and type of support needed (i.e. forgot username / password).  

​1)      Text – 1 – 506-378-2019       OR           2) Email  eaststudents@nbed.nb.ca
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Grade 11 and 12 - Enrolled vs. Credit

  • Enrolled:  This notation appearing on a transcript indicates that a student was enrolled in a course second semester and the student chose or was not able to do further learning to obtain a credit. All courses identified as enrolled count toward the total number of required graduation courses.
  • Credit:  This notation appearing on the transcript indicates that a student – as determined by the principal and subject teacher – has met the core curricular components of that course through assigned work, and formative feedback from the teacher. There will be no mark assigned.
  • Is there a benefit to getting a credit vs. enrolled notation? A credit on the transcript will indicate to post-secondary institutions that core curricular competencies were met.

Click here to view the Superintendent's Letter to Graduates of 2020 and their families: SuperintendentGraduationUpdate.pdfSuperintendentGraduationUpdate.pdf

Donna Godfrey, Principal

donna.godfrey@nbed.nb.ca​

 

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