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October 15
Oct 15 News

Havelock School

4530 Route 880, Havelock, N. B., E4Z 5K6

Phone- 534-2000   Shannon Doyle – Principal

News Bulletin from Havelock School for Oct 15, 2018

 

PICTURE ORDERS DUE OCTOBER 18 (This Thursday)

 

 

KICK-OFF to Kindergarten Presentation: Thursday November 8th at 6:30 Havelock for new Kindergarten parents.

 

PSSC meeting: Monday Oct 22 at 6 pm

 

Home & School meeting : Monday Oct 22 at 7 pm. New members welcome!​

September 24
Staff & Allergies

 

Staff:

Principal

DOYLE Shannon

K English

WEATHERBY, Amber

1

WEST, Beth

2

THOMAS, Misty

3

CARVER, Josh

 

4

 

MACNAUGHTON, Laurie

K-5 Music & K Wednesdays

SCHONEWILLE, Jaqueline

5 Intensive French & English

MOWBRAY,  Kelli

M & R

 

STEEVES, Melissa

 

 

 

Educational Assistants

SMITH, Marsha

COREY, Crystal

ALWARD, Lucinda

WILSON, Darlene

 

Cafeteria Services

ARSENAULT, Karen

Administrative Assistant

HUTCHINSON, Norma

Custodians

McKNIGHT, Lois & LAYDEN, Marlene

 

 

NEW Allergy Reminders!

We are a Nut Free School. We have individuals who are severely allergic to nuts.

Please take note of this condition when selecting lunch items for your child. If your child has consumed items that may contain peanuts, nuts and/or kiwi for breakfast, we ask they wash their hands before coming to school.

Please be advised that one of our students also has a severe allergy to Kiwi. Kiwi juice can be found in many mixed tropical drinks.​

September 24
Sept 24 News

Havelock School

4530 Route 880, Havelock, N. B., E4Z 5K6

Phone- 534-2000   Shannon Doyle – Principal

News Bulletin from Havelock School for Sept , 24, 2018

CONCERT!

The Home and School are very excited to announce an evening of entertainment by Mike Plume, the most celebrated Canadian musician, Havelock School Sept 28, 2018 doors open at 7pm. $15.00 per ticket, all ages welcome. Door prizes, 50/50 draw, cake auction. Get your tickets at Wine-O-Warehouse, Petitcodiac, Tammy Ryder Salisbury, Trina Perkins Havelock. Limited tickets to be sold. 

ORANGE SHIRT DAY: Friday, September 28

Registration for Kindergarten is scheduled for October 9th – 12th

KICK-OFF to Kindergarten Presentation: Thursday November 8th at 6:30 Havelock for new Kindergarten parents.

Picture Day – Thursday Oct. 11

Heart & Soul Dance Academy

Hey everyone!     Heart & Soul Dance Academy has a few spots left open.

Register at http://enroll.heartandsouldanceacademy.ca/

Dancers will learn lots of different styles such as Jazz, Ballet, Hip Hop, Lyrical and Tap        **We are also now holding baby ballet/tap classes starting October 1st**

Days and times  Mondays: Baby Ballet 5:30-6:00     Grades K-5 6:00-7:00

Tuesdays: Grades K-5 5:30-6:30       Baby Ballet 6:30-7:00

If school is cancelled, dance is cancelled

Grade K-5 classes are $40 a month        Baby Ballet classes are $25 a month

Fee is due at the beginning of every month it can be paid in cash or E-transfer to mackenziedawn01@gmail.com

For any further questions visit Heart & Soul Dance Academy on Facebook or email mackenziedawn01@gmail.com​

May 28
GOLF!

Learn to Play Program

 

We are pleased to offer again this summer our “Learn to Play “program.  This is a structured program that teaches children the basics of golf while moving from station to station over 20 minute intervals.  The children will be grouped by age and all drills are supervised by volunteers, parents are always welcome and we appreciate help in that area.  Children must be 6 years of age or older at the time of registration.  In the past we have accepted children younger only IF a parent or guardian is present at all times.  The dates for registration for the program are Tuesday June 12 and Tuesday June 19 from 7:00pm to 8:30pm, at the Petitcodiac Valley  Golf and Country Club clubhouse.  The first night of the Learn to Play program is  June 26 at 5:15pm  and  runs until 6:30pm.  The cost for this program is only $40.00 for the entire summer.

 

Glen Cooper Memorial Bursary

 

This year we are pleased to offer the Glen Cooper Memorial Bursary.  This bursary program offers seven-$100 dollar awards to young juniors towards their full season membership.  Juniors are asked to complete the application form and forward it to the clubhouse no later than June 15, 2018.  If you are chosen for this bursary and  if you have already paid your full season junior membership, you will receive $100.00 back, if you have not paid or joined for the full season you will receive $100.00 off the full junior membership.

 

Tuesday Mornings With John Lawson

Once again we are pleased to announce that CPGA teaching professional John Lawson will be joining the juniors on Tuesday mornings.  This will start on June 26 and end August 28, 2018.  John will be teaching the juniors from 9am-12pm.  This program is free of charge to all juniors with a fully paid membership.  We hope to see as many juniors as possible take advantage of this wonderful learning opportunity.

 

Application forms for the Learn to Play Program and the Glen Cooper Memorial Bursary are available at the PVGCC clubhouse 756-8129, or can be printed off our website.

 ​

May 28
May 28 News

TONIGHT : Monday May 28 – Home & School 6:30 pm

 

Attention: Grade 4 & 5 students. Safety Day trip is this Thursday. The committee would like to remind students:

A. The importance of paying attention to the safety rules during the day.

B. Please assure your students dress appropriately for the weather (weather permitting some activities will take place outside) and are wearing closed toe footwear (please no scandals or flip-flops).

 

If there are any RBC employed parents that are interested in being part of an upcoming RBC fundraiser at the school to please contact Melissa Keith at melissa.cummings-Keith @rbc.com or Trina Perkins at trina.perkins@nb.aibn.com

 

Annual Ice Cream Social – THIS Thusday evening May 31 6:30-8:00

Awards Day – Thursday June 21st at 9 am

 

Thursday June 14 K-5 Musical “Pirates”

Afternoon and Evening performances

12:15 pm and 6:30 pm : involves all students K-5. For the Thursday evening performance, we will need all students K-5 at the school by 6 pm.

 

NEW: Friday June 08, K-5 will going to the Dieppe Aquatic Center to swim for our year end trip (notice going home today)​

May 28
April Home & School

 

Trina Perkins

Chelsey Hicks

Sammy Jo Steeves

Mr. Doyle

 

 

Attendees:

 

 

AGENDA:

Call to order – President Trina Perkins called the meeting to order.

Minutes from March meeting – Sammy Jo read the minutes from the March 2018 meeting.

 

Old Business –

            Still waiting on defibrillator information.

            School Trips –

                        Aquatic Center                       $806.00

                        Snider Mountain        $806.00

 

Treasurer’s report –

Havelock Home and School                                                  Treasurer Report for March 2018

 

Opening Balance                                                                                                       $ 6 406.90

 

Expenses

Trina Perkins (Teacher Appreciation/Retirement gift                                                          $ 574.79

Trina Perkins (Receipts from November)                                                                  $ 128.68

Chelsey Hicks (Teacher Appreciation)                                                                                  $ 21.75

Service Charge                                                                                                                       $ 4.95

 

Income

 

Closing Balance                                                                                                        $ 6,188.37

Principle Report

Home & School April 2018

First, of the computer tables have arrived

New Kindergartens ½ day visit Thursday, May 24

Grade 5 transition Friday, May 11

Wednesday, May 16 – High School Band performing at 1 pm

Saftey Day Grade 4/5 trip to Petitcodiac Thursday, May 31

Ice Cream Social Thursday, May 31 as well?

Friday, June 08 Aquatic Center K-5

Thursday, June 14 Musical “Pirates” afternoon and evening performances

Friday, June 15 Grade 5 trip to Snider Mountain

Awards Day Thursday, June 21 at 9 am

 

 

 

 

New Business

Need 2 unisex bikes and helmets for awards day – Trina is going to get them

Admin Day – Ridge Restaurant Gift Card for Norma Hutchinson

RBC is going to donate $2000 for 2 fundraiser/volunteer events again – ice cream social and musical night

Ice Cream Social – May 31st

Musical – June 14 afternoon and evening – selling tickets on donations of larger items

Awards night – June 21 – the possibility of a Sweets Auction

We have decided to give the NB Bursary of $250.00 to a student that attended Havelock School and is graduating. 

 

 

Next meeting is May 21 @6:30 pm.

 

Adjournment

 

           

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April 29
Grade 2 Provincial Assessment

​For more information about this assessment, please contact the

New Brunswick Department of Education and Early Childhood Development

Assessment, Innovation and Technologies Branch

(506) 453-2744

Information Bulletin for Parents and Guardians

English Literacy Assessment at Grade 2

May 22 – June 1, 2018

The Grade 2 English Literacy Assessment is an assessment of students’ literacy skills based on the Atlantic Canada English Language Arts Curriculum Outcomes (Grade 2) and the New Brunswick Provincial Reading Achievement Standards (End of Grade 2). Data obtained from this assessment provides information about individual student achievement and offers a perspective on literacy achievement trends at the school, district and provincial levels.

What is the Grade 2 English Literacy Assessment?

This assessment is an important component of New Brunswick’s early literacy initiative. It supports the provincial commitment that students are able to read and comprehend at an expected level by the end of Grade 2.

Do all Grade 2 students take part?

Almost all Grade 2 students will participate except for those whose Personalized Learning Plan justifies an exemption from the assessment.

What does the assessment look like?

Students read several short passages, appropriate to Grade 2, and answer multiple choice questions that assess their reading comprehension.

How long does the assessment take?

The assessment takes 90-minutes which is broken into smaller, flexible sessions. Your child’s teacher plans an appropriate schedule and decides when these sessions will occur.

Who marks the students’ work?

The reading assessment is electronically scanned.

How are results reported?

Results will be reported at the provincial, district, and school level in the fall of 2018.​

April 29
April 30 News

Havelock School

Phone- 534-2000   Shannon Doyle – Principal

News Bulletin from Havelock School for April 30, 2018

http://web1.nbed.nb.ca/sites/ASD-E/schools/havelock/Pages/default.aspx

This Friday May 04 – no school for students

 

Friday May 11 – Grade 5 transition trip to Petitcodiac

 

Thursday May 17 – half day for students

Friday May 18 /Monday May 21– No school for students

 

Thursday May 24 – Next Year’s Kindergarten Students’ Visitatation Day

NO SCHOOL FOR THIS YEAR’S KINDERGARTEN STUDENTS

 

Monday May 28 – Home & School 6:30 pm

 

The following Provincial Assessments will be administered this spring:

 

Grade 2 Reading (May 22 – June 1)

 

NEW Grade 4 Reading, Math and Science (May 22 – June 1)​

April 29
Grade 4 Provincial Assessments

Information Bulletin for Parents and Guardians

Grade 4 Provincial Assessment

The Grade 4 Provincial Assessment is part of the New Brunswick’s Provincial Assessment Program.

It measures students’ performance in three Grade 4 subjects. The assessment will be completed from

May 22 to June 1, 2018. Information from this assessment is used to track progress in educational

programs over time.

Do all Grade 4 students take part

in the assessment?

This assessment is intended to be as

inclusive as possible. All Grade 4

students participate except those whose

Personalized Learning Plan indicates

they should be exempted. A variety of

accommodations for this assessment

are available to all students.

What results are available from the

Grade 4 Provincial Assessment?

Results are reported by school, by district

and by the province. Results are

mainly used to inform decisions at the

district and provincial levels.

Individual student results are

not available because each student

only completes one quarter of the full

assessment. School and district results will

be reported in the Fall of 2018.

For more information about this assessment, please contact the

New Brunswick Department of Education and Early Childhood Development

Assessment, Innovation and Technologies Branch

(506) 453-2744

Grade 4 Assessment

Book A

Reading

(Eng. & FI)

Math

Science

Book B

Reading

(Eng. & FI)

Math

Science

Book C

Reading

(Eng. & FI)

Math

Science

Book D

Reading

(Eng. & FI)

Math

Science​

April 20
Havelock Women's Institute

HAVELOCK WOMEN’S INSITUTE 

 

SPRING RUMMAGE SALE

 

 

LION’S HALL, HAVELOCK

 

April 23rd-27th, 2018

 

Monday – Friday

11 am – 7 pm

Friday closes at 5 pm

 

Saturday – April 28th – 9 am to 12 pm (Fill a bag for $5.00)

 

Donations of clean slightly used articles appreciated!​

April 20
Summer Programs

Petitcodiac Summer Programs Registration

When: Apr 10/12th (5:30-7pm) & Apr 24/26 (5:30-7pm)

Where: Petitcodiac Arena

Activities: Ball Hockey, Soccer, Baseball & Soap Box Series

Cost: Ball Hockey ($20), Soccer/Baseball ($40)

 Soap Box ($10 per race or $25 for series)

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

 

 

Field #1 6&U  Soccer

6 – 7 pm

 

Field #1 11+ Soccer

6 – 7:30 pm

Field #1 4&U Soccer

 

 

Field #2 8&U Soccer

6 - 7 pm

Field #2 10&U Soccer

6 – 7 pm

Field #2 Open Soccer

6:30 – 8 pm

 

Mosquito/Peewee Baseball

  6:30  – 8:00 pm

Rally Cap Baseball

6:30 – 7:15 pm

Rookie Baseball     6:30 – 7:30 pm

*age groups determined by age as of December 31st, 2018

**registrations submitted after May 8th will be subject to a $10 late charge, and can be paid at the Petitcodiac Village Office

*** Schedule is subject to change

 

2018 Program Updates!

 

Ball Hockey will start on Tuesday April 17th and Thursday April 19th for 6 weeks ending May 22nd & 24th. The last evening will be a fun night with a parent-kid game!

 

Soapbox Races dates for 2018 are June 2rd, Canada Day Race, and August 4th. Each race will have prizes for top 3 finishes in each class and additional draw prices. The last race additional awards for participant recognition, best designed cart and for overall series top finishes bases on a point system. The Series is open to anyone born in 2012 or before. Depending on registrants, we are hoping to have 3 age classes of racers, including a 15+ class.

 

We will be looking for volunteers to assist with all programs with a main focus on skills development and fun! If you require further information on any of our program offered, please find us on Facebook under Petitcodiac Recreation or contact Natalie Griffin @ 756-0289 or email Petitcodiac.rec@gmail.com 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ball Hockey Schedule Spring 2018

 

Time

Tuesday

Thursday

 

6 – 7 pm

 

 

 

IP (2013, 2012, 2011)

 

 

 

Novice (2010, 2009)

 

 

7 – 8 pm

 

 

 

 

Peewee/Atom (2005-2008)

 

April 20
Mid April news

 

 

 

Havelock School

Phone- 534-2000   Shannon Doyle – Principal

News Bulletin from Havelock School for April 16, 2018

http://web1.nbed.nb.ca/sites/ASD-E/schools/havelock/Pages/default.aspx

 

Kid’s Day at the Havelock Baptist Church will be held on Saturday, April 21st at 9:30 am to 11:30 am.  All children ages 4 to Gr. 5 are welcome!

Monday April 23 – Home & School 6:30 pm

 

Tentative Dates:

Friday May 11 – Grade 5 transition trip to Petitcodiac​

April 20
H&S March

Attendees:

 

                       

Minutes from the January 2018 were read.  

There was no February meeting

 

Old Business:  

            Vito’s fundraiser – they had too many groups doing it so did not want to.

            Vessey seeds – sending out Monday, March 9 and back Monday, March 16. 

Mr. Doyle’s wishlist –

-          42 Drops installed - $700 + $850 (re-invest to iPads) - $1550.00

-          Bus trips $$

-          A defibrillator for the school will cost up to $1000.00.  St.John Ambulance is the supplier. Someone will have to come in and teach the staff how to use it. 

-          * waiting for quotes on the defibrillator

                       

Treasurers Report:

Treasurer Report for February 2018

 

Opening Balance                                                                                           $ 9 841.68

Expenses

Havelock School (Tablets,cases,sleds,art)                                                     $ 3 074.78

Sammy Jo (Teacher Appreciation Supplies)                                                 $ 38.41

Chelsey Hicks (Epicure Fundraiser Bags Payment)                                       $ 1 665.00

Service Charge                                                                                                $ 4.95

Income

Epicure Fundraiser Orders                                                                             $ 2 220.00

Closing Balance                                                                                            $ 6 406.90

Bank Membership Fee                                                                                   $ 250.00

$ 6 656.90

 

Treasurer Report for March 2018 (as of April 19)

 

Opening Balance                                                                                          $ 6 406.90

Expenses

Trina Perkins (Teacher Appreciation/Retirement gift                                  $ 574.79

Trina Perkins (Receipts from November)                                                      $ 128.68

 

Income

 

Balance as of march 19th                                                                              $ 6215.07

 

 

 

 

 

Principals Report:


Home & School March 2018

42 hard drops installed

Welcome to Kindergarten this Wednesday, March 21st at 2:30

Kindergarten pizza party – Valentine’s day

Norma Hutchinson is our new Admin Assistant

Report Cards April 06

Thursday, April 12 late afternoon/evening Parent-Teacher

Friday, April 13 am - Parent-Teacher

Grade 5 transition Friday, May 11

Saftey Day Thursday, May 31

 

A BIG THANK YOU!...

Goes out to the Home & School for organizing a fantastic Teacher Appreciation Week.

Something special every day and the annual staff luncheon, that is by far the best meal of the year!

 

 

New Business:

 

Fundraisers –

·         Chocolate bars                      • Cookie + muffins

·         Pizza delight                          • Supper night

·         Pizza mill                                • Pie Auction – awards night

·         Popcorn                                  • Ice cream social – May

·         Bagels

 

Projector bulb – Mr. Carver’s classroom

 

-          Report Cards – early April

-          Safety day – end of May

           

 

                                   

Next Meeting:

 

Next Home & School meeting will be Monday, April 23, 2018, @ 6:30 pm. 

April 03
April 03 news

Havelock School

Phone- 534-2000   Shannon Doyle – Principal

News Bulletin from Havelock School for April 03, 2018

http://web1.nbed.nb.ca/sites/ASD-E/schools/havelock/Pages/default.aspx

 

Vesey’s Bulbs Spring Fundraiser has begun!

Orders must be received at school by Tuesday April 17th .

 

Thursday April 12 late afternoon/evening Parent-Teacher

 

Friday April 13 Parent-Teacher-no school for students

 

Monday April 23 – Home & School 6:30 pm

 

Tentative Dates:

Friday May 11 – Grade 5 transition trip to Petitcodiac​
March 19
March News

1.   Welcome to Kindergarten (for next years K’s) Wednesday March 21st at 2:30

 

2.Yearbook orders are due!

 

If you are interested, please send in the order form and appropriate money by THIS WEDNESDAY (last extension).

I have put a copy of the order form on the back of the notice.

Any orders after Wednesday can be done directly with Harvey Studio.

 

 

3. PSSC – Wednesday March 21st at 6 pm

 

4.Upcoming dates:

 

No school for students:

 Thursday March 22 (meetings)

Friday March 30 Good Friday

Monday April 02 Easter Monday

Thursday April 12 late afternoon/evening Parent-Teacher

Friday April 13 am - Parent-Teacher

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Monday March 19 (tonight) – Home & School 6 pm​

February 28
Feb 26 NEWS

It’s Mrs. Price’s last week at our school.

Happy retirement.

We’ll miss you!

Havelock School

Phone- 534-2000   Shannon Doyle – Principal

News Bulletin from Havelock School for Feb. 26, 2018

http://web1.nbed.nb.ca/sites/ASD-E/schools/havelock/Pages/default.aspx

1. Movie Night -  All Kids 4 years old and up are welcome to attend our Free March Break Movie Night at the Havelock Baptist Church on Thurs. , March 8th from 6 – 8 pm.  PJs are encouraged.  

 

2. Welcome to Kindergarten (for next years K’s) Wednesday March 21st at 2:30

 

3. PSSC – Wednesday March 21st at 6 pm

 

4.Upcoming dates:

March Break : March 05-09

No school for students:

 Thursday March 22 (meetings)

Friday March 30 Good Friday

Monday April 02 Easter Monday

Thursday April 12 late afternoon/evening Parent-Teacher

Friday April 13 am - Parent-Teacher

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A BIG THANK YOU!...

Goes out to the the Home & School for organising a fantastic Teacher Appreciation Week.

Something special everyday and the annual staff luncheon, that is by far the best meal of the year!​

February 20
Feb 20 News

1.Please ensure that your child comes dressed to go outside. Hat, mitts and SNOWPANTS are essential.

 

 

2. Welcome to Kindergarten (for next years K’s) Wednesday March 21st at 2:30

 

3. PSSC – Wednesday March 21st at 6 pm

 

4.Upcoming dates:

 

March Break : March 05-09

No school for students:

 Thursday March 22 (meetings)

Friday March 30 Good Friday

Monday April 02 Easter Monday

 

Thursday April 12 late afternoon/evening Parent-Teacher

Friday April 13 am - Parent-Teacher

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February 20
Feb 06 News

Havelock Home & School Association

EPICURE fundraiser begins today. Please see separate sheet.

 

Havelock School

Phone- 534-2000   Shannon Doyle – Principal

News Bulletin from Havelock School for Feb. 06, 2018

http://web1.nbed.nb.ca/sites/ASD-E/schools/havelock/Pages/default.aspx

1.          NEWATTENTION: Havelock parents of children in grades K and 5

You will be receiving a letter today verifying your child’s program choice for next year.

 

Please return the letter tomorrow so we can make sure the district database is accurate.

Thank you, Mr. Doyle

 

 

 

2.NEXT Thursday Feb. 15 the students will be dismissed at 12:00 pm.

 

3.Please ensure that your child comes dressed to go outside. Hat, mitts and SNOWPANTS are essential.

 

 

4. Welcome to Kindergarten (for next years K’s) Wednesday March 21st at 2:30

 

5. PSSC – Wednesday March 21st at 6 pm​

February 20
January News

1.          ATTENTION: Havelock parents of children in grades K and 5

YOU ONLY NEED TO REGISTER ON-LINE IF YOUR CHILD IS CHOOSING THE FRENCH IMMERSION OPTION FOR EITHER GRADE 1 & 6.

 

Registration is due Wednesday January 31

Go to Anglophone East School District website, Click “Programs” French Immersion Registration, Scroll to the bottom of this page, Click “Register for French Immersion

www.asd-e.nbed.nb.ca

2.Home & School meeting : Tonight, Monday Jan 29 at 6 pm

 

3.Please ensure that your child comes dressed to go outside. Hat, mitts and SNOWPANTS are essential.

 

 

4. Welcome to Kindergarten (for next years K’s) Wednesday March 21st at 2:30

 

5. PSSC – Wednesday March 21st at 6 pm​

February 20
Home & School News

Trina Perkins

Tilly Constantine

 

Chelsey Hicks

Lindsey Hicks

 

Alyssa Thorne

Mr. Doyle

 

Attendees:

 

                        Minutes from the November 2017 were read.

Old Business:               ??????

                       

Treasurers Report:

Chelsey read the report for November 2017, started with opening balance of $9955.10 and ending balance in Nov 2017 was $10 602.65

Nov – 2017 - expenses for Nov was $2489.95

Nov – 2017 – income was $3137.50

 

As of Dec 11 – 2017

Opening balance - $10602.65

Expenses – cheese - $722.40

Income – Christmas Bazaar - $775.00

 

            iPads - $2145.00

            Sleds - $700.00

 

Principals Report:

            Home & School December 2017

Parent Teacher Interviews took place THURSDAY afternoon and evening November 30, from 2:30-4:00 & 5:30 p.m.- 8:00 p.m. and FRIDAY morning, December 01, between 8:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.

CHRISTMAS CONCERT – Wed. Dec 20 at 9 am

Storm Dates- Thurs. Dec 21 at 9 am, or if we are hit with a two-day storm, Fri. Dec 22 at 9 am.

The annual “Fill the Bus” campaign, where you are encouraged to bring a nonperishable food item to school has begun. (not sure of the end date yet)

Friday, December 22nd has been confirmed for a half day for students.

BUSES WILL LEAVE Havelock School at 11:15 AM

 

New Business:

 

Santa Mart – 125 gifts and there is approximately 125 more needed about ½ male and ½ female.  Trina volunteered to pick up the remaining gifts.  It will start at 8:30 am and there is a tree and music. 

Concert – cake auction has been done the last 2 years and been successful.  An announcement will be in the newsletter.  Cake auction will be at 8:45 before the concert.

Looking for 12 cakes approx – Trina will post on the facebook page to see who will donate some and then possibly look outside of the H&S group.

Kindergarten pizza party – getting the pizza from Foodland and cooking them at school.

Alyssa will pick up 2 party pizza’s on Thursday, December 21, as well as juice boxes. 

 

 

Mr. Doyle’s wishlist –

-          No estimate on drops

-          5 iPads - $429 each – total -  $2145.00

-          20 snow sleds - @ $30 each – total $600.00

-          For older kids more complex Lego sets for Fun Friday $750-$1000 for possible competitions 400-700 piece range.

-          A defibrillator for the school will cost up to $1000.00.  St.John Ambulance is the supplier. Someone will have to come in and teach the staff how to use it. 

-          * waiting for quotes on defibrillator as well as Lego

 

It was decided to purchase both the sleds and iPads – Trina made a motion to pay for 5 iPads and 20 sleds - $2145 for iPads and $700 for sleds – Alyssa seconded it.

 

Alyssa motioned to get a $25 Tim Horton's gift card for the Santa volunteer from the Bazaar – Trina Seconded it.

 

Trina motioned that we get Melissa Keith a $250.00 spa gift card for all the work that she has done for the school. – Tilly seconded it.

 

Cheese – Tilly will be at the school Thursday from 2-6 to pass out the cheese. Forms are with the boxes. 

           

Next Meeting:

 

Next Home & School meeting will be Monday, January 29,2018, @ 6 pm.​ 

January 22
January 22 News

 

Havelock School

Phone- 534-2000   Shannon Doyle – Principal

News Bulletin from Havelock School for Jan 22, 2018

http://web1.nbed.nb.ca/sites/ASD-E/schools/havelock/Pages/default.aspx

1.          ATTENTION: Havelock parents of children in grades K and 5

YOU ONLY NEED TO REGISTER ON-LINE IF YOUR CHILD IS CHOOSING THE FRENCH IMMERSION OPTION FOR EITHER GRADE 1 & 6.

 

Registration is due Wednesday January 31

Go to Anglophone East School District website, Click “Programs” French Immersion Registration, Scroll to the bottom of this page, Click “Register for French Immersion

www.asd-e.nbed.nb.ca

2.Home & School meeting : Monday Jan 29 at 6 pm

 

3.Please ensure that your child comes dressed to go outside. Hat, mitts and SNOWPANTS are essential.

 

 

4.A big thank you to the Saint John String Quartet who performed for our students last Tuesday.

 

5. PSSC – Wednesday March 21st at 6 pm

 

6. Welcome to Kindergarten (for next years K’s) Wednesday March 21st at 2:30​

January 08
Jan 08 NEWS

Welcome Back!

(no cafeteria service this week)

Havelock School

Phone- 534-2000   Shannon Doyle – Principal

News Bulletin from Havelock School for Jan. 08, 2018

http://web1.nbed.nb.ca/sites/ASD-E/schools/havelock/Pages/default.aspx

1.          ATTENTION: Havelock parents of children in grades K and 5

Please make your choice for either the English or French immersion on the electronic registration form located on the ASD-E web site (www.asd-e.nbed.nb.ca). Deadline for registration is January 31, 2018. Parents without access to the internet can contact their home school for assistance.

For additional information, contact your local school or a French Second Language Subject Coordinator:

Janice Belliveau-Ingersoll - (506) 856-3222

Rachelle LeBlanc - (506) 856-3222

Charlene Vienneau – (506) 856-3222

 

or visit our web site www.asd-e.nbed.nb.ca

 

 

2.       Thursday Jan 18 – Students dismissed at 12 pm

 

Please send a lunch with your child, as we will be having lunch at our normal times!

                                                                                    

3.        Cafeteria reopens  Wednesday Jan 17​

December 11
December 11 News

Cheese orders will be ready for pick-up this THURSDAY afterschool, 2-6 pm in the library!

 

Havelock School

4530 Route 880, Havelock, N. B., E4Z 5K6

Phone- 534-2000   Shannon Doyle – Principal

News Bulletin from Havelock School for Dec 11, 2017

http://web1.nbed.nb.ca/sites/ASD-E/schools/havelock/Pages/default.aspx

1.          Friday, December 22nd has been confirmed as a half day for students.

PLEASE NOTE:
BUSES WILL LEAVE Havelock School at 11:15 AM

 

2.       CHRISTMAS CONCERT –

Wed. Dec 20 at 9 am

Storm Dates- Thurs. Dec 22 at 9 am, or if we are hit with a two day storm, Fri. Dec 23 at 9 am.

 

4.The Home & School Santa Mart is returning Friday December 15.

5.

The annual “Fill the Bus” campaign, where you are encouraged to bring a nonperishable food item to school has begun!​

December 11
Home & School November 2017

 

Trina Perkins

Beth Perkins-Upshall

Mr. Doyle

Chelsey Hicks

Sammy Jo Steeves

Lindsey Hicks

Alyssa Thorne

Andrea Sherwood

Marsha McQuinn

Attendees:

 

 

                        Minutes from the October 2017 were read.

Old Business:

The bagel fundraiser was a huge success with a profit of $3510.00 and was successfully delivered Nov 9th.  Very many people were satisfied with this.

 

The cheese fundraiser was also a success and has a tentative delivery date of the 5th of Dec and 12th of Dec.  The profit from the cheese was $954.60. 

 

Christmas Bazaar – Nov 19, 2017 – 12-5

                        Alyssa has the all the vendor deposits and will transfer to Chelsey for a deposit.

                        Tables going to school Nov 17 around 2:30-3:00 and the rest Sunday morning.

                        Photographer will be there too. Someone to sell tickets for the basket for H&S.

Membership for Home & School - $5.00, deadline is Dec 2017. We also discussed the importance of support and involvement.  Will be in the next newsletter

 

Basketball nets are $1500 for installation just waiting on the invoice.  Trina made the motion to pay for the installation and Chelsey 2nd it. 

 

A cheque was written to Emalee Leblanc for $250 for the scholarship fund and was dropped off.

                       

 

 

Treasurers Report:

Chelsey read the report for October 2017, started with opening balance of $5783.65 and ending balance in Oct 2017 was $9955.10

Oct – 2017 - expenses for Oct was $1523.55 + $4.95 (service fee) for bus trips

Oct – 2017 – income was $5695.00

$1000.00 from RBC (going to basketball net installation) - $1500.00 – need invoice

$1000.00 from RBC for ice cream social???

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Principals Report:

                Home & School November 2017

Kick-Off took place on Thursday, Nov. 09 @ 6:30 pm.

Friday, Oct. 06 the grades 3-5 visited the New Brunswick Legislature

Friday, October 27 – We got a visit from the coach and a few players from the Moncton Magic Basketball team. They did 2 presentations, one to K-2 and one geared toward 3-5.

Nov.6 & 7 Grade 5 are prepared take-home dinners for the veteran’s/ families – potato scallop, coleslaw, ham and Mrs. Sheila Thomas was in to make homemade apple pies with the girls.

Wed Nov 01 grades 1 & 2 visited  the Wetlands in Sackville

Tuesday, Nov. 07 Calithumpians did a musical presentation on Canada 150 and offered workshops to all the grade levels that afternoon.

Thursday, Nov 09 Grades 4 & 5 visited the Wetlands in Sackville

Parent Teacher Interviews are scheduled for THURSDAY afternoon and evening November 30, from 2:30-4:00 & 5:30 p.m.- 8:00 p.m. and FRIDAY morning, December 01, between 8:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.

CHRISTMAS CONCERT – Wed. Dec 20 at 9 am

 

 

 

New Business:

 

Christmas concert is Wednesday, December 20, 2017, at 9:00 am.

 

Christmas Santa Mart will be on December 15th, 2017.  Students are to bring a male and female gift.  Still, have bags from last year. The notice for the gifts will go in the next newsletter.

We will need some Xmas decorations and Xmas tree and music.

 

There was mention from Mr. Doyle about potentially putting some internet drops in the classes for some desktop computers, just waiting for the quote. 

 

There was a request for art supplies for the school as well for $1500.00, Beth made a motion and Alyssa seconded it. 

 

There was mention of potentially buying some iPad as well.

 

 

           

Next Meeting:

 

Next Home & School meeting will be Monday, December 11, 2017, @ 6 pm.​ 

November 17
November News

1.  Parent Teacher Interviews

Parent Teacher Interviews are scheduled for THURSDAY afternoon and evening November 30, from 2:30-4:00 & 5:30 p.m.- 8:00 p.m. and FRIDAY morning, December 01, between 8:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m

 

NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS ON FRIDAY DEC. 01

 

Please see separate sheet for requesting appointment times.

 

2.Time for the winter gear!

Please dress your children appropriately for the outdoor weather as we go outside for fresh air and exercise as much as possible.

 

CHRISTMAS CONCERT –

Wed. Dec 20 at 9 am

Storm Dates- Thurs. Dec 22 at 9 am, or if we are hit with a two day storm, Fri. Dec 23 at 9 am.

 

Santa Mart is returning Friday December 15!

Information sheets coming home Monday!

 

PLEASE NOTE: We are requesting only 2 gift items.

We do not require that students bring in money for the Santa Mart.

 ​

November 01
Craft Vendor Bazaar Sunday Nov 19

Mark your calendar! The Havelock Home and School are hosting a Craft/Vendor Bazaar on Sunday, November 19th from 12:00pm-5:00pm at the school gymnasium. We have over 40 vendors booked. There will be something for everyone on your Christmas list! Admission if free. ​ 

November 01
Nov 06 News

NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS FRIDAY NOV. 10 and MONDAY NOV 13.

 

Havelock School

4530 Route 880, Havelock, N. B., E4Z 5K6

Phone- 534-2000   Shannon Doyle – Principal

News Bulletin from Havelock School for Nov 06, 2017

http://web1.nbed.nb.ca/sites/ASD-E/schools/havelock/Pages/default.aspx

 

 

1.         Reminders: Cheese orders due TODAY Monday November 06

2. Mark your calendar! The Havelock Home and School are hosting a Craft/Vendor Bazaar on Sunday, November 19th from 12:00pm-5:00pm at the school gymnasium. We have over 40 vendors booked. There will be something for everyone on your Christmas list! Admission is free. 

3. Thursday Nov. 16:

PSSC meeting  at 6 pm

Home & School Meeting:  at 7 pm

 

4.ATTENTION PARENTS OF GRADES 4 & 5

Thursday November 09, 2017, the grades 4 & 5 students will be travelling to the The Tantramar Wetlands Centre in Sackville, New Brunswick Students require a non-microwavable lunch and be dressed appropriately for the weather.​

November 01
Oct 23 News

NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS FRIDAY NOV. 10 and MONDAY NOV 13.

 

Havelock School

4530 Route 880, Havelock, N. B., E4Z 5K6

Phone- 534-2000   Shannon Doyle – Principal

News Bulletin from Havelock School for Oct, 30, 2017

http://web1.nbed.nb.ca/sites/ASD-E/schools/havelock/Pages/default.aspx

 

 

1.         Reminders: Cheese orders due Monday November 06

2. Mark your calendar! The Havelock Home and School are hosting a Craft/Vendor Bazaar on Sunday, November 19th from 12:00pm-5:00pm at the school gymnasium. We have over 40 vendors booked. There will be something for everyone on your Christmas list! Admission if free. 

3. Thursday Nov. 16:

PSSC meeting  at 6 pm

Home & School Meeting:  at 7 pm

 

4.ATTENTION PARENTS OF GRADES 1 & 2

Wednesday November 01, 2017, the grades 1 & 2 students will be travelling to the The Tantramar Wetlands Centre in Sackville, New Brunswick

Students require a non-microwavable lunch and be dressed appropriately for the weather.

 

5.  Thursday November 09, 2017, the grades 4 & 5 students will be travelling to the The Tantramar Wetlands Centre in Sackville, New Brunswick​
October 24
CHEESE!

   

We are doing cheese orders!

 

Please note that these are not the same large blocks, but 300g blocks. 

The front page of the notice sent home is a “Fine Cheese Basket” order form. There are various prices for the basket items.

 

Due date: Monday November 06

 

Cheese delivered the week of December 11th.​ 
October 24
Oct 23 News

1.         Welcome to Kindergarten presentation for parents of new kindergarten students starting next fall is Thursday Nov. 09 at 6:30

2. Mark your calendar! The Havelock Home and School are hosting a Craft/Vendor Bazaar on Sunday, November 19th from 12:00pm-5:00pm at the school gymnasium. We have over 40 vendors booked. There will be something for everyone on your Christmas list! Admission if free. 

3. Thursday Nov. 16:

PSSC meeting  at 6 pm

Home & School Meeting:  at 7 pm

 

4.Wednesday November 01, 2017, the grades 1 & 2 students will be travelling to the The Tantramar Wetlands Centre in Sackville, New Brunswick

5.  Thursday November 09, 2017, the grades 4 & 5 students will be travelling to the The Tantramar Wetlands Centre in Sackville, New Brunswick​

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