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November 26
Announcement

Spirit Game – Ladies Senior Basketball

It is taking place this Friday!! Wear Purple!!

Students need to bring 2$ or a non-perishable 

food item to participate in this activity.

Friday November 29th Period 2 and 3.


Come encourage the Purple Knights for ''Fill the Bus'' initiative, which is to fill an entire bus with non-perishable food items 

to give to people in need!!

(Sobeys Elmwood drive)

Saturday November 30th,

from 9AM to 2 PM

The EDSP Christmas Float is looking to collect the following items for the holidays throught Youth Quest (homeless and at risk teens) from homerooms by Monday, December 9th. 

Each item is worth one point.

The homeroom with the most points will receive hot chocolate and timbits.

New men's underwear (medium)

New women's underwear (small&medium)

New earbud headphones

decks of cards

hand sanitizer

hot sauces

canned meat

candy

 

MyBluePrint is an excellent tool to guide you through your course selection and think about your future!

https://app.myblueprint.ca/?sdid=anglophoneeast

It has lots of surveys to better 

know your strengths

and your personality, 

as well as helping you choose

a career you will like!

 

 

Winter Formal is coming up!

December 11th from 7 PM until 10 PM

Tickets will be sold for $15. 

Guests are welcome and it will cost them $20.

Tickets will be sold at the Council Office @ Lunch

Outstanding School Fees MUST be paid if you want to

purchase a ticket (Excludes Grad Fees)

Questions? Ask us on Instagram: @monctonhighschool

Ticket Sales will end December 10 (Guest tickets must 

be purchased by November 29). Tickets will NOT be sold at the door.

 

 

MHS Holiday Bazaar (aka Giant MHS Yard Sale)

Date: Thursday December 12th, periods 4 and 5

Bring in donations to Room 2033 or 2030 (don't forget to sign your name so we can give you some vouchers to shop!) OR drop off at noon in the Great Hall (look for the donation table)

- clothes, jewelry, phone cases, board games, books, household items

Then, the day of the Bazaar come shop for your friends and family! Items will be $0.50-$5. To attend the yard sale, tickets will be sold in December, $3 to shop prime hour during 4th period, and $2 for 5th. 

 

If you were born outside of Canada, 

UNB is providing an info session @

Bernice MacNaughton Theatre for 

you to understand how to apply to for
post-secondary programs.

Thursday, Dec 5, 7-8 pm

 

 

 

November 19
Announcements

 

 

Christmas Float

A reminder to all those participating in the 

Christmas Float, please get your 8$ to 

Ms Lagace ASAP and permission slips. 

She will be in her room at 

the beginning of lunch. 

The parade is November 23, Saturday at 5pm.

 

JV GIRLS SOCCER

Please return jerseys to Mr. Perry ASAP.

 

Mental Health Summit participants:

Please note: Tuesday lunch meetings 
are still ongoing. 

Come to Room 3008 (A. Burke) 

*We will also meet during Enrichment 
Directed Study Period for those who are available

 

MyBluePrint is an excellent tool to guide you through your course selection and think about your future!

https://app.myblueprint.ca/?sdid=anglophoneeast

It has lots of surveys to better 

know your strengths

and your personality, 

as well as helping you choose

a career you will like!

 

·       Interested in talking about VAPING?

·       Interested in hearing someone's personal experience with ADDICTIONS?

·       Interested in being a part of a mental health group that works through programming?

·       If you answered yes to any of the above, see your counselor ASAP so they can sign you up (alternatively fill in a green form)

 

 

If you have a name (other than your legal name) that you would like to appear in the yearbook, you MUST pick up a form from Mrs. Gallant this week.  All forms must be signed by a parent/guardian and returned before FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15th

(Room 3056)

Please read everyday THIS week.  Announcement expires on Fri Nov 15

 

INTERESTED IN SOME VOLUNTEER HOURS? 

COME SEE MS. ST. PIERRE AND/OR MR. FELLS 

IN ROOM 2052 IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN 

SCORE KEEPING!

 

 

Winter Formal is coming up!

December 11th from 7 PM until 10 PM

Tickets will be sold for $15. 

Guests are welcome and it will cost them $20.

Outstanding School Fees MUST be paid if you want to

purchase a ticket (Excludes Grad Fees)

Questions? Ask us on Instagram: @monctonhighschool

Ticket Sales will start November 25 and will end

December 10 (Guest tickets must be purchased

by November 29). Tickets will NOT be sold at the door.

 

 

MHS Holiday Bazaar (aka Giant MHS Yard Sale)

Date: Thursday December 12th, periods 4 and 5

Bring in donations to your homeroom (clothes, jewelry, phone cases, board games, books, household items) If you make a donation you will get vouchers to shop! 

Then, the day of the Bazaar come shop for your friends and family! Items will be $0.50-$5. To attend the yard sale, tickets will be sold in December, $3 to shop prime hour during 4th period, and $2 for 5th. 

 

 

 

November 04
Announcements

Safe Spaces Drop-in​

For LGBTQ+ Teens and Allies 13-18 yrs​

Every Tuesday 6-8pm​

Youth Quest         199 St. George St.​

Contact Catherine @ 859-9616 for more info!

 

We are currently recruiting for Frye Academy (a series of bilingual book debates for high school students). See Mrs. Edmunds in 2027 for more info or check out the Frye Academy online.​

​The deadline to register is November 15.

​Link to the website: https://www.frye.ca/frye-academie-9e-12e?lang=en

 

  • DEBATE TEAM meets daily at lunch to prepare for upcoming tournament next weekend.​
  • ​New debaters welcome starting Nov.5 when Enrichment Directed Study Block begins.​

cademie-9e-12e?lang=en

 

Roots & Shoots Connect is organizing a giant in-house yard sale 

Date TBA – November during Connect & p5​

​Choose 2 homeroom reps​

Ask for a table​

Bring in things to sell as a homeroom​

​All proceeds to be donated to a MHS cause / need.  Ideas?​

Come to Roots & Shoots Connect to help decide

 

Looking for Peer Math Tutors

No matter your grade-level, if you have ​

the math (and personal) skills to tutor ​

another student in math, please see ​

Mrs. Campbell in Guidance.  ​

​Use your tutoring time as volunteer hours to beef up that résumé or scholarship application!

 

Fun R.U.N Club

Our next 5K run will be about raising money and ​

awareness for mental health!! ​

​Please join/support our team: MHS Purple Knights

by going to this site​

https://www.runforwomen.ca/Cities/Moncton.aspx

​Love You Run: May 3, 2020 (Centennial Park at 11h30)​

You have enough time to prepare, train and get ready!!

 

A reminder of the rehearsal today after school for ​

The cast of No Christmas for Me.​

Monday 3:45 to 6PM​   (Music Room)

 

Coming Next Month:

  • U of Toronto Nov 7​
  • Mount St. Vincent Nov 12​
  • Memorial University of Newfoundland Nov 13​
  • St. Francis Xavier Nov 19​
  • University of NB  Nov 21​
  • NBCC Nov 26

·                     YOU MUST REQUEST YOUR TRANSCRIPT FROM THE MAIN OFFICE TWO DAYS BEFORE THE VISIT.  

·                     FREE TRANSCRIPTS FOR CURRENT GRADS AT MHS. 

 

GRADS!
Submit your BABY PHOTO and GRAD WRITE-UP to the Yearbook online through; 
www.MONCTONHIGHSCHOOLGRADS.CA 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

October 28
Announcements

Fall Theme Week (October 28 – November 1)

Get ready for fall with our upcoming theme week! Here are the themes:

Monday – Plaid Day-------------------------------------->

Tuesday – Fall Colors Day

Wednesday – Hat Day/PJ Day ($2 to participate)

Thursday – Halloween Costume Day

Friday – PURPLE FRIDAY!

 

Coming Next Month:

·        U of Toronto Nov 7

·        Mount St. Vincent Nov 12

·        St. FX Nov 19

·        UNB  Nov 21

·        NBCC Nov 26

 

Apprenticeship NB 

Friday, November 1, Zachary Ball from Apprenticeship NB will be here to take pre-apprenticeship applications, provide information and answer specific questions about a future career in apprenticeship.  

·   

Sign up with Mrs. Yetman in guidance if you would like to participate.

 

CHRISTMAS FLOAT

There will be a Christmas float meeting in room 3028 at lunch every Tuesday until Enrichment block begins. Bring your lunch.

 

Donate Blood on November 1st

Sign up with Mrs. Foster room 3052

 

Roots & Shoots Connect is organizing a giant in-house yard sale 

Date tba – November during Connect & p5

Choose 2 homeroom reps

Ask for a table

Bring in things to sell as a homeroom

All proceeds to be donated to a MHS cause / need.  Ideas?

Come to Roots & Shoots Connect to help decide

 

Looking for Peer Math Tutors

No matter your grade-level, if you have 

the math (and personal) skills to tutor 

another student in math, please see 

Mrs. Campbell in Guidance.  

Use your tutoring time as volunteer hours to beef up that resumé or scholarship application!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

October 11
Announcements

 

Girls Day Out    Great activity, exclusively for girls!!

Sign up as soon as possiblein guidance for this event taking place on Friday October 18th 

Suggested $2 donation

 

Don't miss out on having your very own copy of theyearbook. 

Early bird special price of 55$ until October 25th.Where to order:

SCHOOL CASH, JOSTENS.COM or IN PERSON - ROOM 3044

 

Fun R.U.N Club

The Fun R.U.N Club raised 

over 300$ for Breast Cancer Research 

and participated in the 5km 

CIBC Run for the Cure on Sunday!

 

Annual MHS Christmas Parade

Are you interested in joining the annual 

MHS Christmas Float? Come to a meeting 

in room 3028 this Tuesday at lunch!

 

Harvest House Yard Sale

When: Homecoming Saturday, October 26th (12noon – 4pm)

Where: Moncton High Cafeteria

Why: Table proceeds will be donated to Harvest House

What: Rent a table and participate in our giant yard sale.  You can do this as an individual, a group or as a team.  You keep your proceeds.  Table fee: $10 for individual or group and $20 for a team. 

*Come to room 2033 during Connect Block to rent your table

Teams! This is a great opportunity to buy and sell used equipment and clothing!]

MHS supports recycling, reusing and giving back to our community.  Sell household goods, clothing, books, gadgets, baked goods, sporting equipment, jewelry, art.

Bring your friends, alumni, parents & family.

 

 

Field Hockey Fundraiser

·             Have a date but not sure where to take them? WELL, you are in luck! The Field Hockey Team will be selling raffle tickets for DINNER & MOVIE PASSES for TWO on Monday, Wednesday and Friday for the month of OCTOBER in the Green Area!

·             Tickets are:

·             1 for $2

·             2 for $3

·             3 for $5

 

 

12th Forum for French for the Future

October 29th at UM

There are still a few spots available 

to sign up to attend the full day of activities 

at UM.  Please see Mme. O'Brien Gaudet if 

you are a Grade 11 or 12 French Immersion

 student or interested in applying at UM 

next year.(post this for the rest of this week.

 

French for the Future's National Essay Contest Applications opened October 1st.  Deadline is December 20, 2019. Win a scholarship ranging between $1,000 to $12,000. This contest is open to students in grade 10, 11 and 12. Students must submit a 750-word essay in French on a chosen theme (this year’s is Climate Emergency). Scholarships may be applied to entrance at many universities.  See Mme. O'Brien Gaudet in room 2013 for more information.

https://www.french-future.org/programs/essay-contest/

 

 

Trades & Tech Career Exploration for Girls 

Free transportation on October 23rd  to go to NBCC to:

Introduce young women in high school to careers

in the skill trades and technology sectors.  It is an 

event that fosters a positive environment in which young

 women have the opportunity to hear speakers discuss the rewards and challenges of their chosen career path, and to connect with mentors from their community. Mentors provide students with advice, guidance and inspiration by sharing their experiences. Girls leave feeling empowered and informed about non-traditional careers.

 

Help Moncton SPCA

MONCTON SPCA needs ​

BLANKETS, TOWELS, SHEETS, ​

PILLOWCASES, etc..​

If you have some at home you can ​donate (with your parents' permission), ​please bring them to room 2027.  ​

Mrs. Edmunds' homeroom will be collecting donations ​every day next week.

 

Senior Girls Soccer

Congratulations to the senior girls' soccer team who defeated Clement Cormier last night 4-0. Goal scorers were Brooklyn Carruthers with 2, Carly Smith (grade 11) and Sarah Gallant each had one. Kayla Murray recorded the shutout. The girls completed an impressive undefeated season and begin playoffs next week with a semifinal game against Odyssee. Great job ladies!

 

Moncton High School Debate Team

If you're interested in being involved in the debate team for the upcoming tournament, come to practices every day at lunch in Room 2026 – Mrs. Quiring's room.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

October 08
Announcements

Girls Day Out    Great activity, exclusively for girls!!

Sign up as soon as possiblein guidance for this event taking place on Friday October 18th 

Suggested $2 donation

 

Don't miss out on having your very own copy of theyearbook. 

Early bird special price of 55$ until October 25th.Where to order:

SCHOOL CASH, JOSTENS.COM or IN PERSON - ROOM 3044

 

Fun R.U.N Club

The Fun R.U.N Club raised 

over 300$ for Breast Cancer Research 

and participated in the 5km 

CIBC Run for the Cure on Sunday!

 

Annual MHS Christmas Parade

Are you interested in joining the annual 

MHS Christmas Float? Come to a meeting 

in room 3028 this Tuesday at lunch!

 

Harvest House Yard Sale

When: Homecoming Saturday, October 26th (12noon – 4pm)

Where: Moncton High Cafeteria

Why: Table proceeds will be donated to Harvest House

What: Rent a table and participate in our giant yard sale.  You can do this as an individual, a group or as a team.  You keep your proceeds.  Table fee: $10 for individual or group and $20 for a team. 

*Come to room 2033 during Connect Block to rent your table

Teams! This is a great opportunity to buy and sell used equipment and clothing!]

MHS supports recycling, reusing and giving back to our community.  Sell household goods, clothing, books, gadgets, baked goods, sporting equipment, jewelry, art.

Bring your friends, alumni, parents & family.

 

Roots & Shoots Connect Group is collecting for Harvest House.

They are in need of the following: peanut butter, jam and sugar.

Support this great cause & give back to your community.

Drop off items at Student Council Office at lunch in the next 2 weeks and get a ticket for some MHS swag: sweatshirt, tshirt and grab bag (to be drawn on Friday Oct 11).  

 

Field Hockey Fundraiser

·             Have a date but not sure where to take them? WELL, you are in luck! The Field Hockey Team will be selling raffle tickets for DINNER & MOVIE PASSES for TWO on Monday, Wednesday and Friday for the month of OCTOBER in the Green Area!

·             Tickets are:

·             1 for $2

·             2 for $3

·             3 for $5

 

 

12th Forum for French for the Future

October 29th at UM

There are still a few spots available 

to sign up to attend the full day of activities 

at UM.  Please see Mme. O'Brien Gaudet if 

you are a Grade 11 or 12 French Immersion

 student or interested in applying at UM 

next year.(post this for the rest of this week.

 

French for the Future's National Essay Contest Applications opened October 1st.  Deadline is December 20, 2019. Win a scholarship ranging between $1,000 to $12,000. This contest is open to students in grade 10, 11 and 12. Students must submit a 750-word essay in French on a chosen theme (this year’s is Climate Emergency). Scholarships may be applied to entrance at many universities.  See Mme. O'Brien Gaudet in room 2013 for more information.

https://www.french-future.org/programs/essay-contest/

 

 

Are you Interested in going on a Rotary Exchange? 

Students and their parents are invited to attend an info session to be held on the:

15th of October  at 7pm

210 John Street, Suite #200 Moncton. 

This is the time and the opportunity to learn more about the Rotary Exchange Program and ask Questions. See Mrs. Dooley in room 2009 if you have any questions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

September 30
Announcements


Yearbooks are now ready to order!  You can order your copy through:
SCHOOL CASH
IN PERSON - ROOM 3044 DURING LUNCH (Mon– Wed)
Copies are 55$ until October 25th.
 
 
Post Secondary Visits to MHS

·              St. Thomas University Tuesday, October 1st

YOU MUST REQUEST YOUR TRANSCRIPT FROM THE MAIN OFFICE TWO DAYS BEFORE THE VISIT.  FREE TRANSCRIPTS FOR CURRENT GRADS AT MHS. 
 
Fun R.U.N Club
The Fun R.U.N Club promotes physical and 
mental well being through physical exercises. 
Run for the Cure on October 6th at 10:30AM
Riverfront Park. 110 Assumption Boulevard
Join our group: MHS Purple Knight
Scan this code to join our team!!!
 
 
STUDENT VOICE
Meets in Room 1045 every Tuesday at lunch as well as during Connect Block.
Like Canada, we are a multi-cultural. 
Student Voice welcomes all students 
Students develop our goals and plans which fulfills our mission of developing student voice and student agency.
 
School WIFI
1. Select NBED-Internet
2. Enter Education! as the security key
3. If log on screen does not open automatically, open a browser and enter theweathernetwork.com or cbc.ca
4. Enter your username with nbss\ in front 
 

 
Performing Arts - "No Christmas For Me"
Auditions will start on Monday 30th in the music room. For those interested, you can still pick an audition sheet from Mr. Pellerin.
There will be a sign-up sheet near the music room door for the audition schedule.
 
MHS Concert Band
We have had a great start up this year.  The band is sounding really good. We have over 25 members now and we are still accepting new members.  
We practice every Wednesday from 3:45 to 5:15. We do provide all the instruments to our Band members.  Concert band members can also sign out their instrument to bring home for individual practice. 
 
Frye Fest 2020 - Creative Writers and Performers WANTED ​
Want to show Moncton the many talents of MHS?  ​
Then come to room 2035 during Connect Block on Wednesday, October 2nd ​
and meet with Nathalie Goguen - Frye Fest Assistant Director to learn about these two opportunities. ​
  ​
#1 Words on Stage ​
Evening Showcase of performances by students from grade 9 to grade 12 in the spring.
It is not necessary to have prior experience to participate ​
  ​
#2 Frye Academy ​
Battle of the books for students from Grade 9 to Grade 12 ​
Jury members must read and debate four contemporary Canadian books, two in English and two in French, ​
and vote for their favourite as the winner.  The books are free and you get to meet the author in person!
 
French Ambassadors
French Ambassadors will meet every 
Monday at the beginning of lunch in 
room 1042B (Mme Paquet). 
It is not too late to sign up!!
 
JR Varsity Bantam Knights
JR Varsity bantam Knights. We have our first home game at Rocky Stone on Oct 6th at 1:00pm.  It would be great if we could get some school spirit out for the game.
 
 


MHS Lunch Box Café (this is a concert during lunch time)



Friday at Lunch in the Music Room.

Rainbow Knights meet every Monday at lunch in room 2024

Knightly News meet every Thursday during the beginning of lunch in room 2050 as well as Connect Blocks.
New members are welcome.

Harvest House Yard Sale

When: Homecoming Saturday, October 12th (12noon –

4pm)

Where: Moncton High Cafeteria


Why: Table proceeds will be donated to Harvest House

What: Rent a table and participate in our giant yard sale.  

You can do this as an individual, a group or as a

 team.  You keep your proceeds.  Table fee: $10 for

individual or group and $20 for a team. 

*Come to room 2033 during Connect Block to rent your


table​.

Teams! This is a great opportunity to buy and sell used

equipment and clothing!]
September 26
Announcements
September 29th – Grad Apple Picking @ Belliveau Orchard 1pm. 

Yearbooks are now ready to order!  You can order your copy through:
SCHOOL CASH
IN PERSON - ROOM 3044 DURING LUNCH (Mon– Wed)
Copies are 55$ until October 25th.
 
 
Post Secondary Visits to MHS

·              Acadia University Thursday, September 26th for a Q&A presentation!

On the spot admissions offered.  Sign up in Guidance.

·              

·              St. Thomas University Tuesday, October 1st

YOU MUST REQUEST YOUR TRANSCRIPT FROM THE MAIN OFFICE TWO DAYS BEFORE THE VISIT.  FREE TRANSCRIPTS FOR CURRENT GRADS AT MHS. 
 
Fun R.U.N Club
The Fun R.U.N Club promotes physical and 
mental well being through physical exercises. 
Run for the Cure on October 6th at 10:30AM
Riverfront Park. 110 Assumption Boulevard
Join our group: MHS Purple Knight
Scan this code to join our team!!!
 
 
STUDENT VOICE
Meets in Room 1045 every Tuesday at lunch as well as during Connect Block.
Like Canada, we are a multi-cultural. 
Student Voice welcomes all students 
Students develop our goals and plans which fulfills our mission of developing student voice and student agency.
 
School WIFI
1. Select NBED-Internet
2. Enter Education! as the security key
3. If log on screen does not open automatically, open a browser and enter theweathernetwork.com or cbc.ca
4. Enter your username with nbss\ in front 
 
 
Orange Shirt Day 
On September 30th, it is the 
national orange shirt day!!
•This day honors residential school survivors 
and provides an opportunity to 
remember the children who did not survive.
 
Performing Arts - "No Christmas For Me"
Auditions will start on Monday 30th in the music room. For those interested, you can still pick an audition sheet from Mr. Pellerin.
There will be a sign-up sheet near the music room door for the audition schedule.
 
MHS Concert Band
We have had a great start up this year.  The band is sounding really good. We have over 25 members now and we are still accepting new members.  
We practice every Wednesday from 3:45 to 5:15. We do provide all the instruments to our Band members.  Concert band members can also sign out their instrument to bring home for individual practice. 
 
Frye Fest 2020 - Creative Writers and Performers WANTED ​
Want to show Moncton the many talents of MHS?  ​
Then come to room 2035 during Connect Block on Wednesday, October 2nd ​
and meet with Nathalie Goguen - Frye Fest Assistant Director to learn about these two opportunities. ​
  ​
#1 Words on Stage ​
Evening Showcase of performances by students from grade 9 to grade 12 in the spring.
It is not necessary to have prior experience to participate ​
  ​
#2 Frye Academy ​
Battle of the books for students from Grade 9 to Grade 12 ​
Jury members must read and debate four contemporary Canadian books, two in English and two in French, ​
and vote for their favourite as the winner.  The books are free and you get to meet the author in person!
 
French Ambassadors
French Ambassadors will meet every 
Monday at the beginning of lunch in 
room 1042B (Mme Paquet). 
It is not too late to sign up!!
 
JR Varsity Bantam Knights
JR Varsity bantam Knights. We have our first home game at Rocky Stone on Oct 6th at 1:00pm.  It would be great if we could get some school spirit out for the game.
 
SENIOR GIRL'S SOCCER THIS WEEK

-Thursday-game vs RHS at Sportsplex
 
 
12th French for the Future Forum – October 29th at UM
 
There will be a MANDATORY  meeting for interested FI 11 and 12 students on Thursday, September 26th at 12h45PM in room 2013.  The registration process as well as the Talent Show auditions will be discussed.  MHS has 35 seats only so make sure to attend to secure your spot! 

MHS Lunch Box Café (this is a concert during lunch time)



Friday at Lunch in the Music Room.

Rainbow Knights meet every Monday at lunch in room 2024

Knightly News meet every Thursday during the beginning of lunch in room 2050 as well as Connect Blocks.
New members are welcome.

September 25
FW: Announcements

 

September 29th – Grad Apple Picking @ Belliveau Orchard 1pm. 

October 16th – Escape Room Wednesday @ Mystery Moncton ($15)* 

Are you up to the challenge? Bring some friends and try to escape.  "Beat the teachers" Challenge.  

 

 

Yearbooks are now ready to order!  You can order your copy through:

SCHOOL CASH

JOSTENS.COM

IN PERSON - ROOM 3044 DURING LUNCH (Mon– Wed)

Copies are 55$ until October 25th.

 

 

Post Secondary Visits to MHS

·              Acadia University Thursday, September 26th for a Q&A presentation!

On the spot admissions offered.  Sign up in Guidance.

·             

·              St. Thomas University Tuesday, October 1st

YOU MUST REQUEST YOUR TRANSCRIPT FROM THE MAIN OFFICE TWO DAYS BEFORE THE VISIT.  FREE TRANSCRIPTS FOR CURRENT GRADS AT MHS. 

 

Fun R.U.N Club

The Fun R.U.N Club promotes physical and 

mental well being through physical exercises. 

Run for the Cure on October 6th at 10:30AM

Riverfront Park. 110 Assumption Boulevard
Join our group: MHS Purple Knight

Scan this code to join our team!!!

 

 

STUDENT VOICE

Meets in Room 1045 every Tuesday at lunch as well as during Connect Block.

Like Canada, we are a multi-cultural. 
Student Voice welcomes all students 

Students develop our goals and plans which fulfills our mission of developing student voice and student agency.

 

School WIFI
1. Select NBED-Internet
2. Enter Education! as the security key

3. If log on screen does not open automatically, open a browser and enter theweathernetwork.com or cbc.ca

4. Enter your username with nbss\ in front 

 

 

Orange Shirt Day 

On September 30th, it is the 

national orange shirt day!!

•This day honors residential school survivors 

and provides an opportunity to 

remember the children who did not survive.

 

Performing Arts - "No Christmas For Me"

Auditions will start on Monday 30th in the music room. For those interested, you can still pick an audition sheet from Mr. Pellerin.

There will be a sign-up sheet near the music room door for the audition schedule.

 

MHS Concert Band

We have had a great start up this year.  The band is sounding really good. We have over 25 members now and we are still accepting new members.  

We practice every Wednesday from 3:45 to 5:15. We do provide all the instruments to our Band members.  Concert band members can also sign out their instrument to bring home for individual practice. 

 

Frye Fest 2020 - Creative Writers and Performers WANTED ​

Want to show Moncton the many talents of MHS?  ​

Then come to room 2035 during Connect Block on Wednesday, October 2nd ​

and meet with Nathalie Goguen - Frye Fest Assistant Director to learn about these two opportunities. ​

  ​

#1 Words on Stage ​

Evening Showcase of performances by students from grade 9 to grade 12 in the spring.

It is not necessary to have prior experience to participate ​

  ​

#2 Frye Academy ​

Battle of the books for students from Grade 9 to Grade 12 ​

Jury members must read and debate four contemporary Canadian books, two in English and two in French, ​

and vote for their favourite as the winner.  The books are free and you get to meet the author in person!

 

French Ambassadors

French Ambassadors will meet every 

Monday at the beginning of lunch in 

room 1042B (Mme Paquet). 

It is not too late to sign up!!

 

JR Varsity Bantam Knights

JR Varsity bantam Knights. We have our first home game at Rocky Stone on Oct 6th at 1:00pm.  It would be great if we could get some school spirit out for the game.

 

SENIOR GIRL'S SOCCER THIS WEEK

-Wednesday- game at BMHS 7pm

-Thursday-game vs RHS at Sportsplex

 

 

12th French for the Future Forum – October 29th at UM

 

There will be a MANDATORY  meeting for interested FI 11 and 12 students on Thursday, September 26th at 12h45PM in room 2013.  The registration process as well as the Talent Show auditions will be discussed.  MHS has 35 seats only so make sure to attend to secure your spot! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

September 24
Announcements

School Pictures will be taken by homeroom In the cafeteria on September 25th

 

September 29th – Grad Apple Picking @ Belliveau Orchard 1pm. 

October 16th – Escape Room Wednesday @ Mystery Moncton ($15)* 

Are you up to the challenge? Bring some friends and try to escape.  "Beat the teachers" Challenge.  

 

 

Yearbooks are now ready to order!  You can order your copy through:

SCHOOL CASH

JOSTENS.COM

IN PERSON - ROOM 3044 DURING LUNCH (Mon– Wed)

Copies are 55$ until October 25th.

 

 

Post Secondary Visits to MHS

·              Acadia University Thursday, September 26th for a Q&A presentation!

On the spot admissions offered.  Sign up in Guidance.

·             

·              St. Thomas University Tuesday, October 1st

YOU MUST REQUEST YOUR TRANSCRIPT FROM THE MAIN OFFICE TWO DAYS BEFORE THE VISIT.  FREE TRANSCRIPTS FOR CURRENT GRADS AT MHS. 

 

STUDENT VOICE

Meets in Room 1045 every Tuesday at lunch as well as during Connect Block.

Like Canada, we are a multi-cultural. 
Student Voice welcomes all students 

Students develop our goals and plans which fulfills our mission of developing student voice and student agency.

 

School WIFI
1. Select NBED-Internet
2. Enter Education! as the security key

3. If log on screen does not open automatically, open a browser and enter theweathernetwork.com or cbc.ca

4. Enter your username with nbss\ in front 

 

 

Orange Shirt Day 

On September 30th, it is the 

national orange shirt day!!

•This day honors residential school survivors 

and provides an opportunity to 

remember the children who did not survive.

 

Performing Arts - "No Christmas For Me"

Auditions will start on Monday 30th in the music room. For those interested, you can still pick an audition sheet from Mr. Pellerin.

There will be a sign-up sheet near the music room door for the audition schedule.

 

MHS Concert Band

We have had a great start up this year.  The band is sounding really good. We have over 25 members now and we are still accepting new members.  

We practice every Wednesday from 3:45 to 5:15. We do provide all the instruments to our Band members.  Concert band members can also sign out their instrument to bring home for individual practice. 

 

GIRLS HOCKEY

Meeting tomorrow (Wednesday Sept. 25th

for all girls trying out for the hockey team. 

Room 1139 at the start of lunch.

 

French Ambassadors

French Ambassadors will meet every 

Monday at the beginning of lunch in 

room 1042B (Mme Paquet). 

It is not too late to sign up!!

 

JR Varsity Bantam Knights

JR Varsity bantam Knights. We have our first home game at Rocky Stone on Oct 6th at 1:00pm.  It would be great if we could get some school spirit out for the game.

 

SENIOR GIRL'S SOCCER THIS WEEK

-Tuesday- game in Clement Cormier

-Wednesday- game at BMHS 7pm

-Thursday-game vs RHS at Sportsplex

 

 

 

 

 

 

September 23
September 23rd Announcements

School Pictures will be taken by homeroom In the cafeteria on September 25th

 

September 29th – Grad Apple Picking @ Belliveau Orchard 1pm. 

October 16th – Escape Room Wednesday @ Mystery Moncton ($15)* 

Are you up to the challenge? Bring some friends and try to escape.  "Beat the teachers" Challenge.  

 

 

Yearbooks are now ready to order!  You can order your copy through:

SCHOOL CASH

JOSTENS.COM

IN PERSON - ROOM 3044 DURING LUNCH (Mon– Wed)

Copies are 55$ until October 25th.

 

 

Post Secondary Visits to MHS

·              Acadia University Thursday, September 26th for a Q&A presentation!

On the spot admissions offered.  Sign up in Guidance.

·             

·              St. Thomas University Tuesday, October 1st

YOU MUST REQUEST YOUR TRANSCRIPT FROM THE MAIN OFFICE TWO DAYS BEFORE THE VISIT.  FREE TRANSCRIPTS FOR CURRENT GRADS AT MHS. 

 

STUDENT VOICE

Meets in Room 1045 every Tuesday at lunch as well as during Connect Block.

Like Canada, we are a multi-cultural. 
Student Voice welcomes all students 

Students develop our goals and plans which fulfills our mission of developing student voice and student agency.

 

School WIFI
1. Select NBED-Internet
2. Enter Education! as the security key

3. If log on screen does not open automatically, open a browser and enter theweathernetwork.com or cbc.ca

4. Enter your username with nbss\ in front 

 

 

Orange Shirt Day 

On September 30th, it is the 

national orange shirt day!!

•This day honors residential school survivors 

and provides an opportunity to 

remember the children who did not survive.

 

Performing Arts - "No Christmas For Me"

Auditions will start on Monday 30th in the music room. For those interested, you can still pick an audition sheet from Mr. Pellerin.

There will be a sign-up sheet near the music room door for the audition schedule.

 

MHS Concert Band

We have had a great start up this year.  The band is sounding really good. We have over 25 members now and we are still accepting new members.  

We practice every Wednesday from 3:45 to 5:15. We do provide all the instruments to our Band members.  Concert band members can also sign out their instrument to bring home for individual practice. 

 

 

 

 

September 22
September 20th Announcements

 

GRAD ANNOUNCEMENTS​

 

​Upcoming Events: ​

 

September 29th – Grad Apple Picking @ Belliveau Orchard 1pm. ​

 

October 16th – Escape Room Wednesday @ Mystery Moncton ($15)* ​

 

Are you up to the challenge? Bring some friends and try to escape.  "Beat the teachers" Challenge.  ​

 

Fundraisers:​Grad Cookie Dough Fundraiser – September 16-23. Major Prizes.​

 

*you must buy your ticket in advance.

 

​ GRADS!​

 

You can now submit your BABY PHOTO and GRAD WRITE-UP to the Yearbook online through; ​

 

www.MONCTONHIGHSCHOOLGRADS.CA

 

 

School Pictures will be taken by homeroom in the cafeteria on September 25th

 

Fun R.U.N Club

The Fun R.U.N Club promotes physical and 

mental well being through physical exercises. 

Run for the Cure on October 6th at 10:30AM

Riverfront Park. 110 Assomption Boulevard
Join our group: MHS Purple Knight

Scan this code to join our team!!!

 

Orange Shirt Day 

On September 30th, it is the 

national orange shirt day!!

•This day honors residential school survivors 

and provides an opportunity to 

remember the children who did not survive.

 

 

 

October 16
Student Attendance Management - Safe Arrival

Moncton High Absence Management System / Safe Arrival 


Hello Parents and Guardians We have just instituted our new Safe Arrival program that the K-8 schools have been using since the beginning of the year. There may be some growing pains during the beginning stages but we would ask our staff and parents to be patient as we iron out the kinks. In the long run we feel this will be a better system for all. Below is the process that will occur. 

Phone Message: This is a message from Moncton High School. A student in your household named <> <> was absent on <> for the following periods <>. To inform the school of the reason for this absence, please report it through our absence management system, by calling 1-833-202-4304.

Email Message: Dear Parent/Guardian, Please do not reply to this e-mail as it is for your information only. This automated attendance system calls and/or emails home to report your child's absence from class(es) regardless of whether you have called the school or sent a note. This is a message from Moncton High School. A student in your household named <> <​> was absent on <> for the following periods <>. To inform the school of the reason for this absence, please report it through our absence management system, by calling 1-833-202-4304. 

If you still have questions about your child's attendance, please call the school directly at 506-856-3439 

Thank you Moncton High School

April 28
School Deportment and Dress

SCHOOL DEPORTMENT AND DRESS


It is important to keep in mind that you represent Moncton High School, and you are expected to behave appropriately. Also, remember that public displays of affection are awkward for other students and staff.  Romance is a wonderful thing but not appropriate at school.

 

As for what you wear, you are not permitted to wear anything indecent, offensive, profane, or extreme. Hats, bandanas, gloves and cut-off shorts are not permitted to be worn in the building.  Any student found wearing these items will be asked to change or be sent home.  Summer clothes are permitted, as long as shorts are long and tops are modest.

Hard-toed boots and any other insignia or symbols which may be thought of as threatening, intimidating, or promoting hatred of any person or group are not permitted.  Shirts with unsuitable language and/or slogans, which promote drugs, alcohol and violence are considered inappropriate.  School administrators have the final say towards what is or is not appropriate dress.

May 14
Breakfast for Learning

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Easy Ways to Teach Your Kids About Cooking

It’s never too early to start teaching your kids about healthy eating. Cooking with your kids is an excellent way to help them learn about healthy foods and teach them skills to last a lifetime. Lorna Shaw-Hoeppner, a Registered Dietitian and a Breakfast for Learning volunteer, shares her tips on how you can engage your kids in the kitchen:

 

·         Squelching the Picky Eater: Take the ‘picky’ out of your ‘picky eater’ by helping him/her to learn about food. Research shows kids are more likely to try new foods and choose healthier foods when they help select and prepare the food.

 

·         Building lifelong skills: Letting children watch you cook is excellent role modelling, but there is no better way to learn a skill than through hands-on experience. Help children learn to cook by letting them cook! You can also share information about the benefits of certain foods while you are cooking.

 

·         Quality time together: Cooking together is a great way to reconnect with your kids after a busy day. It is also a wonderful way to pass on family traditions and recipes.

 

·         No job (or child) too small: Be certain to keep jobs age appropriate in order to keep kids safe.  As children get older their coordination and fine motor skills improve and they will be able to take on more responsibility. Be sure to teach them about kitchen and food safety.

 

About Breakfast for Learning

Breakfast for Learning is committed to ensuring students attend school well nourished and ready to learn. In the 2013/14 school year, Breakfast for Learning funded 2,402 breakfast, lunch and snack programs, served 251,531 children and youth and provided over 40 million nourishing meals and snacks. Since 1992, Breakfast for Learning has helped serve over 510 million meals to children and youth across Canada. For more information, please visit breakfastforlearning.ca

 

 

 

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