Welcome to Hillsborough Elementary School
June 12, 2020 - The New Brunswick Education Minister has announced a plan for September 2020. The plan includes all students k-5 returning to classes (full time) in September. Details have not yet been confirmed.
This announcement can be seen at:
REPORT CARDS - Report cards will be mailed the week of June 15th.
Student Belongings - if you did not get your child's belongings at the pick up times in May, please call the school at 734-3700 to make arrangements.
Staff will be returning to work at the school beginning June 1st to finish year end tasks and to prepare for the new school year in September. No decision has been made by the Minister of Education about September.
If you need to come to the school for any reason, please call to make an appointment. There are safety guidelines that must be followed for anyone entering the building.
Teachers will continue to communicate with families and provide home learning options until June 12th. Students will be receiving a final report card based on their achievement up until school closed. (Specific date for final report card to be announced.)
Please see the messages from your child's teacher and support learning as much as you can. Further down this page, there are some links to additional learning resources.
Here is one we suggest for some outdoor activity now that the weather is no nice!
YOUR OUTSIDE ME PASSPORT - FOR A STAY AT HOME SPRING (click on the link below)
HOME LEARNING PLAN AT HES
schools in New Brunswick are currently closed but home learning plans are in
place for students. Teachers at Hillsborough Elementary school are supporting students
and families. This is new for everyone and we appreciate your patience as plans
The Minister of Education introduced a plan for home learning. If possible, elementary students will spend approximately an hour
a day engaged in learning activities. Parents are asked to play a key role in
their child’s learning. It is understood that in our current circumstances,
some families may not be able to support the suggestions given.
students will spend an average of an hour a day where possible, focused on
literacy, numeracy, physical activity, and free play will also be a part of their
mental health and skill development.
3-5 will spend an average of an hour a day where possible, focused on literacy,
numeracy and science. In addition, a
half hour of reading and a half hour of physical activity is recommended.
Current Home Learning Plan at HES:
All teachers are communicating with families by email and/or
phones calls. Teachers are suggesting learning
activities for their students. They will
communicate weekly about the activities.
Families are encouraged to participate and communicate with the teacher
about how the students are doing.
Updates will be made by the teachers through emails and phone
calls, not on the school website.
We look forward to working with you. If you have any questions,
you can call the school and leave a message (734-3700). Messages will be
Please note: We are not currently
permitted to allow students or parents access to the school. Our district and EECD are consulting with the Department of Health on how to allow students/parents to
retrieve personal items. Families will be notified when more information
Anglophone East Learning Site: https://secure1.nbed.nb.ca/sites/ASD-E/SitePages/LearningAtHome.aspx
Math Dreambox: https://secure1.nbed.nb.ca/sites/ASD-E/schools/hillsboroughelementary/School%20Documents/Dreambox%20setup.pdf
Flora (French program): https://flora.nbed.nb.ca/