is Thursday, April 16th and this is Mrs. Godfrey with a few messages
from Caledonia Regional.
we are unable to be with our students daily, our support continues for our Caledonia
Tigers in Grades 6 through 12 while we are apart.
Caledonia Home Learning Plan is posted on our school website and all teacher
emails can be found there as well as some valuable information and
students in our school have been assigned a teacher advisor who will be a
family’s weekly connection with our school. This teacher will be able to
provide you with general next steps in learning as well as support for parents
and students. Parents and students can reach out to any subject teacher as
needed. Our teachers are here to support you and understand that we are all
living in a very uncertain and anxious time. We do not want to put any
additional stress on families. At the same time, we want you to know that we are
available to guide students in their continued learning.
can access their student email account from any home device. Instructions for obtaining
student username and resetting passwords is available on our website. I have
attached the instructions to this message as well as some important phone
is important to keep in mind that all students are considered enrolled and will
move on to the next grade when school resumes. Students in Grade 12 who were
enrolled in the courses required to graduate, will receive their diploma. All students
are encouraged to engage in home learning opportunities provided by teachers –
to the extent they are able.
in Grades 11 and 12 - who are able - may complete the competencies in courses and
may receive a notation of ‘credit’ vs. ‘enrolled’ on their transcript. Students
who wish to do so are encouraged to maintain contact with their subject teacher.
This difference in notation (‘credit’ vs. ‘enrolled’) will indicate to a post-secondary
institution that a student has completed the competencies for that
subject. No final grades will be
provided. Both notations – ‘credit’ and ‘enrolled’ – satisfy the requirement to
be awarded a NB High School Diploma.
recognize that this is a shift in learning, teaching, and communicating and
that everyone has a unique reality during this global pandemic and a state of
have contributed general resources by subject area. These are available through the Department of
Education – At Home Learning – and on the Anglophone East website. Teachers may direct students to some of these
resources for their home learning options.
resources can be found at:
are not currently permitted to allow students or parents access to the
school. Our district is consulting with
the Department of Health on how to allow students to retrieve personal items
that have been left in the school. I will notify students and parents when more
information becomes available.
I mentioned, there are resources available through the Department of Education,
on our district website and on our Caledonia school website. If I can provide
you with additional assistance at this time, please don’t hesitate to reach out.
care. I hope to see you soon.