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The St. Malachy’s Cyber Titan team represented ASD-S at the Information
and Communications Technology Council (ICTC) National Finals. They were 1 of 10
teams who earned this honour! The team faced off against others from across
Canada and defended their systems against cyber industry experts. There also
visited some technology companies and toured the national capital region.
Congratulations to the STM Cyber Titan team, who placed fifth in Canada at the
Cyber Titan 2019 national finals!
Belleisle Regional High School, with Athletic Director Kim
Giddens, had 7 students attended the Special Olympics Unified 3 on 3 Basketball
Championships in Fredericton.
The Belleisle Bears team won the Bronze medal in
Belleisle Regional High School Grade 10 student Victoria
Hebert created the winning UCT (United Commercial Travelers) safety poster for
high schools in ASD-S. Her poster is now
off to Atlantics to compete for the east coast awards.
Congratulations to Abby Snodgrass from St. Malachys Memorial
High School who won a Senior Excellence Award at the Canada Wide Science Fair
for her project “Interoceptive Awareness and the Novel Use of VR with Arduino
Hazen White/St. Francis school recently completed a project
in conjunction with the Artist in Residency Grant and artist Sheryl Crowley. Students,
in particular the Kindergarten class, were given the opportunity to explain
through art what it means to be a community. The students created a large mural
for the entrance of the school.
Ten students from Fundy, Sir James Dunn Academy and St.
Stephen High School travelled to Halifax for the 25th Skills Canada Competition. More than 550
competitors from all regions in Canada participated in over 40 skilled trade
and technology competitions. Teacher Marla Anderson from SSHS and VP Audrey
Norman from SJDA are pictured with the kids. Shout out to Carstar in St.
Stephen for their support of this trip.
to all the students form ASD-s who participated at the National
Skills Competition in Halifax. We wish to congratulate Sydney Irvin from
Saint John High School on receiving a Gold medal in the Cooking/Cusine
competition. Sydney competed against students from across Canada and
placed first. Congratulations!
Three Kennebecasis Valley High School Science
teachers, Colleen Logan, Amy Peters and Maura Tait, have each been awarded a
APEGNB Inspirational STEM award this school year. The Association of
professional Engineers and Geoscientists of New Brunswick recognized teachers whose innovative teaching skills and personal
commitment have made learning STEM subjects fun and inspiring to students. Congratulations!