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June 02
AWARDS SHOWCASE 2020

MONCTON HIGH SCHOOL - 2020 AWARDS SHOWCASE

JUNE 4, 7PM
'MONCTON HIGH SCHOOL'
YOUTUBE CHANNEL

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May 08
ACCESS TO MHS for STUDENTS

Attention Students

 

On Wednesday May 13th and Thursday May 14th we are going to allow access into the school, for all of our students but during a designated time only. A reminder that unless you have personal belongings at the school you should not be at the school.

BMHS has around nine hundred students and we have close to 1250. What we have discovered however is that some students left coats, bags, sweaters etc in their lockers and would like to get them. Hence, this is your opportunity.

Please read the attached memo as it lays out how things will work and it tells you what time you are to come in based on your last name. We will have staff on duty that day to help with this process.

 

Regards

Mr BeLong

 

WHEN CAN STUDENTS RETRIEVE THEIR

BELONGINGS FROM SCHOOL

Wednesday May 13th and Thursday May 14th

Purpose:  To allow students access into the school to get all personal belongings still at the school, drop off books they are not needing anymore as well as uniforms they need to pass back in and library books.

Note: This is not a social time. It will be very regimented and it’s in and out and gone. We are anticipating that most of our students have their belongings at home already given we asked them to do so on March 13th. We have heard that many simply took learning materials and left personal belongings at school, so this is THE opportunity.

Here is the procedure to follow when recovering personal belongings at school:

  • You must report to the Front Entrance (where buses drop off students) at the assigned time. Students who arrive before the scheduled time will have to wait outside.  Traffic cones and markings will be placed at the two meters to ensure respect for social distancing.
  • We ask students to arrive during the 30-minute time frame and line up on the markings. You have approx. 8 to 10 minutes to gather your belongings.  We do not want too many students in school at the same time.
  • You will exit by the “Gym Entrance” doors.
  • As you exit, you can also return your textbooks (if you do not need them for current learning plan) or library books and uniforms. Tables will be set up for this outside the main gym bathrooms.  A sanitation Station to clean your hands when exiting is in place as well.

Flow through the Building

  • To assure a good flow, the students need to walk on the right side of the hallway in and out of the building. All students will exit the building no matter what floor their locker is on by the gym entrance/ exit (closest to our newly built sports field).
  • There will be tables set up to drop off textbooks, library books and uniforms (if you play on a team.)  If your textbook is still needed for the remainder of the semester then please keep it and we will get it in the fall for grades 9-11 and for grade 12s we will get it before you can get your diploma. Another time will be communicated.
  • Textbooks should be clearly marked inside the cover with your name or a piece of masking tape on it with your name. If you somehow forget to do this, we will have masking tape and markers on hand
  • Locks are to remain on your locker locked in place and close your locker door.
  • First Floor Lockers and Homerooms

First floor students will enter the school through the main entrance (bus drop off) like all other students and exit the school by the gym entrance/exit.

Please respect social distancing of at least six feet in the stairwells as it might get slightly bottlenecked at times when students are exiting each floor.

  • Second Floor Lockers and Homerooms

Second floor students will enter the school through the main entrance (bus drop off) like all other students and exit the school by the gym entrance/exit.  To access the second floor, you will use the main staircase as you turn right from the front lobby. You will go out the stairwell closest to the sports field down to the first floor and you will then move down the hallway towards the gym entrance. Remember that all movement in the building is to keep to the right side of the hallway. Teachers / staff will be around to help with this flow if you are confused. Arrows will be marked in blue on the floor.

Please respect social distancing of at least six feet in the stairwells as it might get slightly bottlenecked at times when students are exiting each floor.

  • Third Floor Lockers and Homerooms

Third floor students will enter the school through the main entrance (bus drop off) like all other students and exit the school by the gym entrance/exit.To access the third floor, you will use the main staircase as you turn right from the front lobby. You will keep right up to the third floor. You will go out the stairwell closet to the sports field down to the first floor and you will then move down the hallway towards the gym entrance

Please respect social distancing of at least six feet in the stairwells as it might get slightly bottlenecked at times when students are exiting each floor.

  • ONCE STUDENTS LEAVE, THEY ARE TO GO DIRECTLY TO THEIR VEHICLE. THERE IS TO BE NO LOITERING TO TALK TO FRIENDS.
  • Students from the same family can come at the same time.  The family will be able to choose the time that suits them best between those assigned times.  Students should come into the school alone (unless an assistant is needed) and will be able to enter school only once.
  • It is essential to respect the time allocated in order to allow this to function properly.  We need to coordinate the flow of approx. 32 students while respecting the recommendations of the Ministries of Health and Education and Early Childhood. 
  • Students will not have access to classrooms.  If you have personal belongings in a classroom, you should discuss with a teacher on duty supervising in the hall.
  • Contact your homeroom teacher if you have an art project you have to pick up and we will arrange them to be distributed at a later date. Might be next school year
  • Please bring your own bags to pick up your belongings.
  • SCHEDULE OF TIME SLOTS IS BELOW _ WE WOULD ASK AKLL STUDENTS TO RESPECT THEIR DESIGNATED TIME

IMPORTANT MEMO RE: ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY

Assistive technology is something that students receive from the school for their learning. It is bought by the province and distributed to students to aid them with their learning. Most students that have this technology have it because their individual learning plan requires it.

This is not people who have bought their own device to aid in the learning.

ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY:  If your device is working, do not bring it back to the school. 

  • Should you be running into technological difficulties with your school issued device, it can be brought in and left in the designated area at the front entrance.

 

 

TIME

Wed May 13th

Organized by Last Name

9:00 to 9:30

Last Name A B

9:45 to 10:15

Last Name C D

10:30 to 11:00

Last Name E F

11:15 to 11:45

Last Name G H

 

 

1:00 to 1:30

Last Name I J

1:45 to 2:15

Last Name   K L

2:30 to 3:00

Last Name    M N

 

TIME

Thursday May 14th

Organized by Last Name

9:00 to 9:30

Last Name O P

9:45 to 10:15

Last Name Q R

10:30 to 11:00

Last Name S T

11:15 to 11:45

Last Name U V

 

 

1:00 to 1:30

Last Name W X

1:45 to 2:15

Last Name   Y Z

2:30 to 3:00

Last Name    




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April 17
Q&A from Mr. BeLong

April 17, 2020

Please see the attached file from Mr. BeLong and the main office at MHS.  MHS - Question and Answer Document for parents and students.pdf 




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April 14
MHS April 14 - ELearning

Good morning Moncton High families, 


1. Mr. BeLong has created a document with questions and answers to common questions, you can view that document here Principals Message MHS - E-Learning Rollout April 14th.pdf  or on monctonhigh.nbed.nb.ca, or you can read below.

2. ELearning can now be accessed through www.monctonhighstaff.com which houses a directory of all courses and teachers.  There are many opportunities for learning to reference.  Please email the teacher directly if you have any questions, or contact your homeroom teacher. 

3.  Course selections will run until May 1 through www.monctonhighschoolgrads.ca.  Please complete as soon as possible.  All of the information required is on the site, including course information, directions and planning sheets.  You do not have to know your school username and password to complete this process. 

4. Grade 11 students that are interested in running for Student Council President next year can contact their homeroom teacher for an application.  The deadline to apply is May 15.  

5. Dragon Boat registration refunds and donations process has started, but will take time.  

“The beautiful thing about learning is that nobody can take it away from you.”


Principal   - Mike BeLong 

 

On behalf of the School administration and the entire staff we extend a belated Happy Easter to many of our families.

 

We have been out of school for four weeks now and tomorrow, as indicated in previous communications, is the official day in which many of our E-Learning activities and course content will be activated on our school website. The link is indicated below:  

MHS course directory: https://www.monctonhighstaff.com

Its important for you to know a few things so that you are not mis- informed or mislead as to what we are expecting from our students:

 

1) Mental Health- It has been the priority of our provincial government and national government to do everything we can to alleviate the many stresses that face Canadians during this difficult time. At the forefront is our collective concern about the mental health of all Canadians. With job losses, food security issues, bills to pay, there are many stressors in our world. Hopefully these national programs and unemployment opportunities will bridge the gap for many of our Canadians and in turn help alleviate stress.

 

In saying this EECD ( Education and Early Childhood Development) have made it a  priority that we communicate to students and families that the education component is designed to support our students learning, but at the same time not be an added stress given the variety of situations that many of our families face. Given that not all families have internet, mobile devices etc, we cannot force, expect or mandate things to be completed.

 

At the K-8 level most of the resources for students are grouped by age/grade and are posted on the district website. It was Moncton High’s initial plan to do the same but given the nature of the curriculum at the high school level we will now be directing our families and students to the following link  https://www.monctonhighstaff.com to access resources from our MHS teachers. 

 

Communication:

You will be hearing from your child’s homeroom teacher at the beginning of each week and the homeroom teacher is to be the primary communication person. You can expect a fairly  detailed email tonight or sometime tomorrow reiterating the important connections and processes. Your homeroom teacher will be using your child’s nbed email and creating a distribution list for the homeroom. Important to remember that we are encouraging the communication to be between the student and the teacher. We have on the weblink provided the students and parents the subject teachers email so that direct communication can take place directly. This was a change from the original plan given that a majority of our teachers wanted this to happen. I believe this speaks to the character of our staff and the importance they place on the learning for your child.

We would recommend that each student go to the directory and find their teacher and the course they are taking from that teacher. This is important because the processes being used by each subject teacher is different from teacher to teacher. Some teachers may use Schoology, Microsoft teams, etc. Some teachers might even be having weekly timeslots and forums pertaining to their course. 

Fact or Fiction

Some students have emailed teachers to say things like.

Example #1 -” I’m done for the year; I don’t need to do anything” and the answer to that is correct. 

Example #2 - Another student emailed our Co-op teacher Mr. Ashe and said, “Hey Mr. Ashe, this is John Doe. I just got off the phone with my homeroom teacher and she told me the grade 12’s isn’t required to do work and if we were on track to graduate, we’re done.  I was just wondering if co-op was different. I need to know Mr. Ashe because I’m just stressed out because I need co-op to graduate.” 

The answer to the Co-op question like the first example is John Doe does not need to do anything to graduate. 

ON Track

If a student is currently in grade 12 at a high school in New Brunswick and was on track to graduate after semester one which ended at the end of January, then that student without doing a thing will be receiving a New Brunswick High School Diploma. Having said that it will be noted on their transcript as enrolled in the course and that’s all it will say. The province is working on a different transcript that will be denoted as Covid-19.

Important: For those students wishing to connect to their teachers name and course content then they can do so through the link and course directory. Once the student gets to the teacher directory it will be much clearer as to what the student will need to do.

If students decide they want to work at their courses and try and complete all that is being posted or asked of them under that course and under their teacher, then there is an opportunity for that student to obtain a credit. 

People might be asking, what’s the difference? This is an EXCELLENT question. I guess for those that choose to do nothing or simply cannot do anything, due to their circumstances, then they will not be penalized. At the same time, if a student works away at the course content, and saves the work, then there might be a possibility of obtaining the credit. It’s confusing because teachers are not officially teaching, and they are not providing marks and assessing a value. Receiving a credit however may be important down the road for extenuating circumstances of needing a certain course at a post – secondary institution. We apologize for not having more concrete answers for you in this area but all we can say is if you are a student that is working diligently on your courses, and doing all the work  provided by your teacher in that course, than someone in the future might possibly be reviewing it to establish whether or not it merits a  credit. If and when this happens, there will be no grade affixed, instead it will be a pass or fail for the credit. 

 

IMPORTANT – There are many teachers and students that simply don’t have the resources nor opportunities to do the work. Some students might want to do the work but are working long days to pay the bills and help their families put food on the table. Likewise, some of our teachers may not have the same flexibility to be available and provide ongoing feedback to the extent that other teachers might. Both circumstances and situations will be accepted and understood with empathy. 

In the example for co-op, Mr. Ashe is actually providing resources and materials for the students that are taking Co-op. The student as stated does not need to do them, but the most he or she can get is an enrolled in the course. 

 

ONLINE Courses- Students who were registered in online courses (distance education) are facing the same situation. If the student chooses not to submit anything the rest of the school year they will still get through with an enrolled. If the student does the online work, then there will be an opportunity for the credit.

MOST IMPORTANTLY - SAVE ALL WORK COMPLETED IN YOUR COURSES!

 

Learning for the sake of Learning. Credits aside, it’s really important that if students have the time and the means (technology, wi-fi) to do some of the course work than we would strongly encourage students to do what they can. Stimulating the brain through learning is not only important, but the learning that is acquired over these next three months might prove helpful and advantageous in providing the scaffolding that is needed to be successful in the next course. 

 

4) Additional Supports

Please remember that if your child is experiencing stress, we will have our counsellors at the grade levels available. The emails are below for direct contact.

Counselors (District): Call 871-0091 or Email: SchoolCounsellingTeam2@nbed.nb.ca

Counsellors (MHS): 

Grade 9&12 email: Jennifer.campbell@nbed.nb.ca 

Grade 10 email : Jason.lewis@nbed.nb.ca

Grade 11 email: Charlene.yetman@nbed.nb.ca

International & EAL email: Jennifer.mcbeath@nbed.nb.ca

  1. Course Selection

Course selections are starting to take place. Grade nine and grade twelve students do not select courses. However, grade nine students should pick one course that they can take second semester of next year when they are in grade ten. Grade eleven’s pick courses and grade twelves do not as they are graduating. 

 

Course selections will take place until May 1. Grade 12 students do not select courses. Grade 9 students pick one credit course as mentioned . Course selections must be submitted online by going to www.monctonhighschoolgrads.ca or https://sisasde.nbed.nb.ca/public/home.html . If you have any questions, please contact your homeroom teacher.  

 If you have any questions, please email me your homeroom teacher who will in turn pass this along.

 

  1. General Questions:

If there are any questions that are still concerning, you can go through your homeroom teacher or your grade level administrator: 

Grade 9 – Mr. Gary Wilson gary.wilson@nbed.nb.ca 

 Grade 10- Mr. Scott Farrell   scott.farrell@nbed.nb.ca

Grade 11 – Mrs. Christine Whalen   Christine.whalen@nbed.nb.ca

 Grade 12 - Mr. Mike BeLong  michael.belong@nbed.nb.ca

 

Our MHS families are in our thoughts during this very difficult time. Education is extremely important, but the lives and well- being of our community supersedes everything. Please be safe and careful. Complacency will be our biggest challenge.

Regards

Mike BeLong

Principal




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April 07
Memo from Mr. BeLong (PDF)

Hello Moncton High School, please see the attached memo from Mr. BeLong.  There is also a copy on www.monctonhigh.nbed.nb.ca.  

Memo from Mr. BeLong (April 6) 




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April 04
Dragon Boat 2020 (Action Required)

Good afternoon MHS Students: 

Please see the letter and announcement from the Greater Moncton Dragon Boat Festival; unfortunately it has been cancelled for this year.  Students that paid the registration fee can please complete the form below to determine what will happen to your fee.    As you know this will be a lengthy process so please complete as soon and thoroughly as possible and we will work to get the money to the right person as soon as we can.

Thank you for all of your commitment to the Lions Sick Children's Fund and we hope to see you all in 2020.  Grads of 2020, whether it was your first event, or fourth I know you are disappointed in the cancellation - please do your best to encourage and support those that wish to row next year and continue supporting your community.  Feel free to consider an entry into the Saturday event in 2021 as a community team as the MHS Grads of 2020.      

Your options for your registration fee: Please DO NOT email directly.  Use the form below.

1. Donate it to the Lions Sick Children's Fund and receive a tax receipt for the full amount.  As you may remember, last year the Festival raised $81,000.00 for the Lions’ Sick Children’s Fund and $52,000.00 for 23 other charities in our community. Many of these charities are ones that will be called upon even more as the effects of the Coronavirus touch individuals and families in our community. 

2. Have it returned to you in the same way that you paid.  If you paid online it will be returned to your credit card, if you paid cash, a cheque will be issued and mailed to the address and person you indicate (please ensure you put the correct information).  

Please complete this survey link to make your decision: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=318rTdLEEUmHCWjML0ZcnyuoKYbEp-BLs4mX56PhNrpUREhFV1U0RktCSVpLSTI3TTNUSFMwQ1JMUi4u  

Thank you. 

Mr.Chris West

 

Dear Dragon Boat Participants: 

Earlier this week the Minister of Education announced that schools would remain closed for the remainder of the school year. Local businesses, small, medium and large, also remain closed. As our number one priority throughout the province is to control the spread of the coronavirus, we have made the difficult decision to cancel this year’s Greater Moncton Dragonboat Festival. The organizing committee discussed the possibility of rescheduling with our partner, the City of Moncton, but have determined that due to the nature of the Festival and the uncertainty of the duration of the self-isolation period it is not feasible to do so.

Although we all know this is the right and necessary thing to do, it was not an easy decision. The Friday High School Challenge has become an incredible celebration of the commitment of youth in our community to support local charities and show their leadership and drive. It has also become one of many grad-year traditions for Grade 12 students. We would like to take this moment to recognize and congratulate graduating students across our community, and wish them the very best in their future endeavours. We would also like to thank all of our Community and Corporate teams for the ongoing support and good-natured competitive spirit. We certainly hope to see you return next year.

Another reason that this decision was a difficult one centers around the many charities in our community supported by the funds our teams raise each year. As you may remember, last year the Festival raised $81,000.00 for the Lions’ Sick Children’s Fund and $52,000.00 for 23 other charities in our community. Many of these charities are ones that will be called upon even more as the effects of the Coronavirus touch individuals and families in our community. We know, however, that our community is strong and rises to every challenge and we are already hearing stories of individuals and organizations stepping up to this new challenge.

We would also like to give a shout-out to 22 Dragons, who as you know supply us with not only the boats and equipment for the event but also an amazing team of Dragon Boat professionals. We will be working with them over the next week to establish dates for 2021, so stay tuned for the announcement of these dates.

Once again, thank you for your continued support. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to any one of us. We will deeply miss seeing all of you at the end of May.
Stay safe, stay healthy.

Sincerely,

Norval McConnell, Co-Chair
Carole Murphy, Co-Chair
Chris West, Race Director
Carm Golding, Treasurer
Dave Owen, Lions Sick Children’s Fund




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March 31
MHS Course Selections

Good morning Moncton High students, 

Course Selection will be starting today for Moncton High School students in grades 9, 10, 11 and running until the end of Sunday, April 5th.  All forms and information required to make informed decisions are on the site.  The selection process is important because it allows students to have choice in their courses and plan for their future.  Please go to www.monctonhighschoolgrads.ca and complete your course selections by following the instructions.  Please spread the word that this process is happening with your friends.  When the system is asking for your username and password, it is the same one that is used for computer logon, and for wifi.

Thank you, 

MHS




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March 27
COVID Note from Mr. BeLong

Hello Students, Parents and Guardians:

Id like to first start by saying that our families and our school community are in our thoughts during these extremely difficult times. The situation within our community, province, country and world almost seems surreal. The devastating loss of life has been overwhelming to say the least and we can only hope that the measures being put in place with a sense of urgency will allow us to work through these trying times.

In terms of education we know that parents and students are anxious as to what is to come, how will we complete our semester, where are we with graduations, etc. These are all legitimate and real concerns that are all very important, but we must all take a step back and fully digest the seriousness of this world pandemic.

Essentially, over the last few weeks, we have been asked to limit communication from the school to you as the priority messages have been sent by the school district office. This will continue for the most part. We would like you to know that at the provincial level there are groups working daily on the education side of things and we are hopeful that within the next week the districts and school principals will get some direction on things. Once we are made aware of the direction the province wants us to go, we will do our best to communicate with you our next steps, as quickly as possible.

Teachers may reach out to their students to check-in on them in the coming days. Although we are currently working on plans to continue learning, these check-ins will focus on personal connections right now rather than schoolwork. We are not sending schoolwork home at this time as we are expected to follow the memo from the Deputy Minister of Education from March 20th. It stated:

“New Brunswick’s K-12 school system will be closed until further notice … this closure status will be reassessed during the first week of April.”

“Parents and students should not expect home learning options until April at the earliest.”

In closing, I’d like to thank you for your continued patience at this time and want you to know that we fully understand the stress and anxiety of the unknown. Please take solace in knowing that this is not unique to Moncton High and all schools in our country are shut down and we will figure this out together. Continue to stay safe and lets all hope that we will come out of this in the not too distant future.

Sincerely,

Mike BeLong

Principal




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