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  • Parents Let’s Talk Drug Awareness!!
    ​Are you a parent or guardian of a Middle School student ? You are invited to an information session on Drug Awareness – WHAT PARENTS SHOULD KNOW Date: March 21, 2018 @ 7PM Location – Bayside Middle School – 75 Bayside Drive We are proud to have the following guest speaker: ·        David Adams – A Parents Perspective ·        Constable Corey Jamieson – Drug Abuse Resistance Education Coordinator – Saint John City Police ·        Dr. Tun ... Read More
  • School Sustainability Review and Schedule of Public Consultations
    ​The Anglophone South School District Education Council (DEC) is hosting Public Consultations as per Provincial Policy 409 to study the sustainability of Centennial and Hazen White/St. Francis School. The first meetings were held in February. The next meetings will allow the public an opportunity to make a presentation to the DEC. The second meeting at Centennial School is scheduled for Monday, March 19, 2018 at 6:30pm The second meeting at H ... Read More
  • Go with the Flow…DRINK H2O!
    ​For this year in celebration of Nutrition Month (March), Anglophone South School District will be promoting the importance of water consumption to improve overall health for all students & staff, Go with the Flow…DRINK H2O! The focus is on  World Water Day, Thursday, March 22 . The theme for this day  is  ‘Nature for Water’ – exploring nature-based solutions to the water challenges we face in the 21st century. Bringing attention to this da ... Read More
  • ASD-S Principal Recipient of Canada’s Outstanding Principal Award
    ​Bonnie Hierlihy was honoured by The Learning Partnership as one of Canada’s Outstanding Principals at an unforgettable gala event last week in Toronto. Bonnie is the Principal of Fairvale Elementary School and was one of 40 honourees recognized for their contributions to public education from all across Canada.  The Learning Partnership is a national organization which provides programs to schools which help to improve student achievement in a ... Read More
  • Bus driver of the Year Awarded at Belleisle Elementary School
    Congratulations to Hampton Education Centre  bus driver, Kim Totton of Bus # 838 on receiving an award for Bus driver of the Year at Belleisle Elementary School. Kim , we Celebrate you ! ... Read More
  • YMCA Looking for Volunteers for Homework Club
  • Jazz Concert at Sussex Regional High School
  • Cooking Classes at Island View School
    ​With the help of the Nutrition Literacy Grant, students in grade 3, 4 and 5 at IVS,  have been participating in an after school cooking class, focusing on healthy eating and proper food preparation.  They prepare a meal to take home to their families to share.  ... Read More
  • Vincent Massey Elementary Celebrates the Winter Olympics
    ​Vincent Massey Elementary celebrates the Winter Olympics by holding their own opening ceremony . Students are learning about other countries and winter sports. ... Read More
  • International Day of Women and Girls in Science
    ​An event is planned on February 12th in sponsorship with Dal Medicine at UNBSJ to celebrate International Day of Women and Girls in Science.  There will be 90 minutes of science and medicine information shared by female med students and professors.  They will talk about their work, their studies, demo how they use technology to learn with others in Halifax, and will share their stories.  Students will have the opportunity to try out some activi ... Read More
  • Belleisle Elementary School Celebrates Literacy Week
    ​Welcome to BES Whoville! Students and staff celebrated Literacy Week with a Dr. Seuss Theme. Special Guest “Cat in the Hat” came to the school to read. Crazy hair day matched the character students created in art (Tizzled Topped Tufted Mazurkas). Students and staff even had an opportunity to dress up as a favorite book character. At home, students could participate in Literacy bingo with family members. If they completed the task, students we ... Read More
  • Teen Dating Violence Information Session - Rothesay High School
    ​ EVERYONE WELCOME Teen Dating Violence Information Session February 28th 7- 8:30pm Rothesay High School Did you know? ·      43% of all reported incidents of dating violence happen to 15-24 year olds. ·      13% of girls who report having been in a relationship report being physically abused ·      82% of parents’ report feeling confident they could recognize if their teen was experiencing dating violence, but more than 50% did not kno ... Read More
  • Teen Dating Violence Information Session - Hampton High School
    ​ EVERYONE WELCOME Teen Dating Violence Information Session February 27th 7-8:30pm Hampton High School Did you know? ·      43% of all reported incidents of dating violence happen to 15-24 year olds. ·      13% of girls who report having been in a relationship report being physically abused ·      82% of parents’ report feeling confident they could recognize if their teen was experiencing dating violence, but more than 50% did not know ... Read More
  • It Takes A Village To Raise A Teen: Understanding Teen Depression
  • 7th Annual Think Pink Game on Grand Manan
    ​The Sr. Girls and Boys basketball team on Grand Manan had their 7th Annual Think Pink game this year on Jan. 20th. This event is to raise awareness and money for the Atlantic Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. It was a huge success again this year  raising over $2600 for the cause. The teams raised money by doing 50/50 and the community donated amazing items to a silent auction. It is very touching what this small community and group of young s ... Read More
  • Day In Yellow
    The Charlotte County Suicide Prevention Committee Presents:                                                                                   Day In           Yellow     WHERE:  Your place of Employment/Organization/home WHEN:  Friday February 2nd, 2018 WHAT: Wear yellow to help spread the message of Hope and Support WHY:  February is Suicide Prevention Month, and Friday, February 2nd is Day In Yellow- a province wide campaign aimed a ... Read More
  • Teacher/ Staff Appreciation Week
    The New Brunswick Federation of Home and School Associations, Inc. is pleased to announce the 30th annual Teacher/Staff Appreciation Week. This year it is being celebrated the week of February 11th-17th , 2018. Initiated by the Canadian Home and School Federation in 1988 , Teacher/Staff Appreciation Week provides an opportunity for parents, students and the whole community to recognize the important role that teachers and support staff such as ... Read More
  • Parents Let’s Talk Drug Awareness!!
    ​Are you a parent or guardian of a Middle School student ? You are invited to an information session on Drug Awareness – WHAT PARENTS SHOULD KNOW Date: March 21, 2018 @ 7PM Location – Bayside Middle School – 75 Bayside Drive We are proud to have the following guest speakers: ·        David Adams – A Parents Perspective ·        Constable Corey Jamieson – Drug Abuse Resistance Education Coordinator – Saint John City Police ·        Dr. Tu ... Read More
  • Volunteer Opportunities at the YMCA
  • Ring a Bell for Mental Fitness at Macdonald Consolidated School
    ​The staff and students at MCS are happy to celebrate the release of their "Ring a Bell" video on youtube which they previewed at the school before the Holidays.  Students were involved in the creation of a video to help synthesize and share their learning about the three mental fitness needs (competence, autonomy and relatedness) and how "kids get stressed too".  The video, or parts of it, may be useful to encourage conversa ... Read More
  • Quispamsis Raises Funds For Turket Drive
    ​Quispamsis Middle School raised just over $3400 the week before Christmas during their annual Turkey Drive in support of the KV Fire Dept Xmas Food Baskets. This is $1000 more than last year. Students designed and ran the classroom activities and then the entire school moved throughout the building playing the various games. Thank you to the students & staff at QMS for giving back so generously to our community in need. ... Read More
  • ​7th Annual Warm up to Winterfest
    ​Join us in our kick off to Winterfest for the 7th annual Warm Up to Winterfest event on Sunday, January 28th, 2018 from 1pm until 3:30pm in the atrium of Market Square. This is a free event for people of all ages to visit a variety of wellness/community information booths and have the opportunity to fill out a passport to win a prize, to be entertained by performances on the main stage, have a photo taken with visiting mascots and to enjoy heal ... Read More
  • Volunteer Opportunities at the YMCA
  • Holiday Season Card Design Challenge: Winners Announced
    ​The “Holiday Season Card Design Challenge” is our annual opportunity for one student to have their seasonal artwork printed on the official ASD-S holiday card which gets sent all around the province. In addition to this, the New Brunswick Office of the Child and Youth Advocate (CYA) also print one of our students designs on their holiday card, giving students not one but two chances to have their artwork shared with a wide audience. This year ... Read More
  • Give The Gift of Time - Big Brothers Big Sisters
    ​Big Brothers Big Sisters serves children who face serious adversity in their lives. We believe that changing the course of these young lives can in turn change our community’s future. Studies show that our mentoring services: -          Help kids stay in school, which can eventually mean a reduction in poverty and unemployment -      Help kids avoid risky behavior such as bullying, which can lead to safer schools and neighborhoods -      Hel ... Read More
  • Saint John High School Bazaar
    On behalf of Saint John High School we would like to invite you to join us at our 20th annual Pancake Breakfast and Holiday Bazaar! Our Pancake Breakfast is on December 1st, starting at 8am and going until the line-up is gone! A "puppy" (pancakes only) is $3 and a "hound” (pancakes and sausages) is $5! Our Holiday Bazaar is the following day, Saturday, December 2nd. From 9am until 1pm, we will have a craft sale, bake sale, silent ... Read More
  • Feature Educator for WE Day Atlantic
    ​River Valley Middle School would like to celebrate one of our teachers, Shelley Petit, who was selected to be the Feature Educator for WE Day Atlantic from all of the We Educators in Atlantic Canada and Eastern Quebec. She will attend the Evening of Champions the night before We Day Atlantic on November 30th. Mme Petit introduced the Me to We movement to River Valley and it was the first Me to We middle school group in the district. Through num ... Read More
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters Need You !
    ​               Big Brothers Big Sisters of Saint John, Kings and Charlotte Counties needs YOU! Volunteer or donate      today.  ... Read More
  • Island View School Christmas Craft Sale
  • Seaside Park Unveils New Mural
    ​Seaside Park has new mural which was recently unveiled by Ms. Perry's Kindergarten Class..  Its an ocean themed "Look and Find".  ... Read More
  • PES Joins with Seniors in Recognition of Remembrance Day
    ​The students from Princess Elizabeth School recognizing Remembrance Day with the Seniors’ at Brunswick Drive (SKIP-Seniors and Kids Intergenerational Program) ... Read More
  • Holiday Market at M. Gerald Teed School
  • Hampton High presents The Secret Garden
    The Hampton High School Theatre Company will perform The Secret Garden November 29th - December 2nd. Tickets are $15 in advance or $17 at the door. They can be purchased at Hampton Pharmasave and the Clary Wilbur Learning Commons at HHS. An early bird special of $12 for advance tickets will be offered until November 19th. This heartwarming tale is adapted from the children's  novel by Frances Hogson Burnett. Curtain time is 7:30. For more inform ... Read More
  • KVHS Renaissance 9th annual Used book sale
    ​Date & Time: Friday, Nov 17th from 6 to 9pm and Saturday, Nov. 18th from 10am to 4pm Location: KVHS Cafeteria   KVHS Renaissance is currently collecting used books and magazines for its 9th annual used book sale.  Donations of used books and magazines can be dropped off at KVHS until Nov. 10th. All money raised helps send students to various leadership conferences.     ... Read More
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters Needs Volunteers !
  • School Closures Due to Inclement Weather
    ​ IMPORTANT MESSAGE TO ALL FAMILIES    ANGLOPHONE SOUTH SCHOOL DISTRICT SCHOOL CLOSURES DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER   Anglophone South School District is committed to the safe and efficient transportation of students and recognizes that it may be necessary to cancel a bus run(s), close school(s), or delay school opening to ensure students are not endangered by hazards brought on by poor weather or road conditions.  Our decisions must be made ... Read More
  • St. Malachy’s Memorial High School Presents: The Sound of Music
    ​St. Malachy’s  Memorial High School Presents:  The Sound of Music starting on November 30th playing through to December 2nd. Shows are at 7:30pm each evening and an additional 2pm matinee on Saturday, Dec. 2nd.  Tickets are $15.00 and are available to purchase through the main office at the school by calling 658-5361. ... Read More
  • HOLIDAY BAZAAR at Seaside Park Elementary
    Seaside Park Elementary - 627 Havelock St. will be having their First Holiday Bazaar on Saturday November 18th from 9-3pm.  Come and visit as there will be all kinds of vendors to visit.  There will also be a barbecue.  All proceeds will go to our Playground.    THANK YOU!  Aviva Community Fund- We are proud to say that we ended the voting process with 48, 285 votes and had the most votes out of 500 contestants. Aviva announced that we are on ... Read More
  • River Valley Me to WE Group
    ​The RVMS Me to WE group has just completed another successful We Scare Hunger Challenge. Altogether, staff and students have collected close to 2 Truck Loads worth of food for the River Valley Food Bank as well as $100 to put towards fresh veggies.    At our first school dance, members of The RVMS Me to WE club gave up their free time to run a Spooky Halloween Photo Both. They sold a little over 100 photos which allowed them to donate to the ... Read More
  • Simonds Students Pay It Forward
    Simonds Spirit Committee paid it forward by purchasing coffee for people on the morning of October 20th. They had a toonie drive and collected 120 toonies and were able to make 120 customers happy that their morning coffee was on them !    ... Read More
  • National Down Syndrome Awareness Week
    ​ It is National Down Syndrome Awareness Week from November 1-7. For more information  go to ... Read More
    REGISTER YOUR CHILD FOR FSL PROGRAMS-Deadline Jan.30th 2018   This year program REGISTRATION will be done ONLINE.  The registration site can be accessed by the following link:  Only students who will be entering Immersion entry points at Grades 1,3 or 6 need to apply.  Students currently in Immersion programs do not need to register.    FOR INFORMATION ON FSL PROGRAMS IN NEW BRUNSWICK htt ... Read More
  • Comedy Night At Simonds High School
  • Art challenge for high school students
    ​High school students in ASD-S are invited to submit seasonal artwork that will be professionally printed on the district’s official holiday card. A second winning design will be chosen for the holiday card of the New Brunswick Office of the Child and Youth Advocate. Both card designs will get lots of exposure as they will be sent far and wide to government officials and community partners. The creator of the chosen design will have their name ... Read More
  • KVHS Multicultural night
    ​KVHS will be holding a Multicultural night on November 7th from 6:30 to 8:30.  There will be lots of activities and performances for family participation.  There will be passports to stamp, food to sample, and performances to watch! It will be fun night for families of all ages! ... Read More
  • Saint John High Schools Annual Haunted House
    "Saint John High School is back again with its annual Haunted House. This year on October 27th , the public is invited from 6pm-8pm to witness Saint John High’s “Haunted Circus.” With directed tours, groups will get to tour the halls and classrooms and witness sights that will cause true terror. With the help of students, and the Student Representative Council, this year Saint John High School will truly be transformed into a bone-chilling ... Read More
  • WorkSafeNB honoured Lindsay Savoie, a Grade 2 teacher from Saint John’s Champlain Heights School, with the Health and Safety Educator Award.
    ​WorkSafeNB recognized 11 outstanding New Brunswickers who make health and safety a priority. They lead the way, inspiring and empowering others to do the same. The agency’s Safety Star Awards were presented Friday in Saint John at its annual health and safety conference. The awards include two Health and Safety Educator Awards (one francophone and one anglophone); the Health and Safety Champion Award; and the Health and Safety Leader Award. “ ... Read More
  • Seaside Park Playground
  • 47th Annual Belleisle Harvest Auction
  • Comedy Night at Simonds High School
  • Grand Bay Primary’s 2nd Annual Stop & Shop
    ​October 28th 10am – 2pm at Grand Bay Primary School Let your Holiday shopping begin! We had so much fun last year , we’re doing it all over agin. This year we have new vendors and new products! Sweet Legs , Younique, DoTerra, Tiber River, Bare Blossom , The Country Pantry , Jackie’s Recycled Sweater Mittens , Avon, Crafty Mom Creations And More !!!!   ... Read More
  • Westfield School 5K Run & Fun Run
    ​Westfield School will be hosting a 5K run and a 1K Family/Kid Fun Run on October 14th.  Registration will be from 8-9 am with the run starting after that.   Saturday October 14th  Registration between 8-9am  Race/walk will start at 9am  Participants will start the run/walk in the driveway of Westfield school and will run/walk on the Nerepis road up to Rte 102 and back to finish at Westfield School  Registration:   $20 per participant  1 ... Read More
  • Saint John High School Presents Little Shop of Horrors
    ​Staff and Friends of Saint John High School present Little Shop of Horrors, directed by grade 12 student Drew Murdock, on November 2, 3, and 4 at 7:30 in the Dennis R. Knibb Auditorium.  Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at the school or at the door. ... Read More
  • St. Stephen Elementary Celebrates Diversity and Respect on Orange Shirt Day. “Every Child Matters”
  • ASD-S Kindergarten Registration 2018-2019
    Kindergarten Registration for the 2018-2019 school year will take place on October 10th-13th, 2017 in all Anglophone South Elementary Schools.  Parents may register their children at their neighborhood elementary school during school hours or by following the link below. For Newcomers and/or International Students (Students NOT born in Canada or students born in Canada wh ... Read More
  • Sustainability Study of Centennial School and Hazen-White/St. Francis School
      District Education Council to undertake a Sustainability Study of Centennial School and Hazen-White/St. Francis School as phase two of a multi-year infrastructure plan outlined in a report..... read more   The District Education Council will undertake a Sustainability Study of Centennial School and Hazen-White St. Francis School as phase two of a multi-year infrastructure plan outlined in a report by Ernst & Young dated September 2017 f ... Read More
  • School Immunization Information
    ​ School Immunization Information:   Children Starting Kindergarten or New to New Brunswick Schools   The Department of Education and Early Childhood Development supports the goals of immunization, which are to minimize the risk that an outbreak of a vaccine-preventable disease will occur and to ensure that students are protected in the event that an outbreak of a vaccine-preventable disease does occur. In New Brunswick, it is required that ... Read More
  • Opening of Schools for 2017 - 2018
    Welcome back to all students and families from Grand Manan to Sussex Corner for the new school year! All Kindergarten children will enter school through a staggered entry process on September 5 and 6, 2017 with half of the students attending each day.  All Kindergarten children will attend together on September 7.  Schools will communicate to families their scheduled time of entry.  If you have not provided your child’s immun ... Read More
  • 2017-2018 Parent Message and School Calendar
    ​To All Parents/Guardians:  Professional Learning Supports Student Success Anglophone School Districts are making improvements to professional learning.  In the attached Anglophone South School District Calendar, there are five half days for professional learning. This model aligns with best practice and ensures consistency with all school districts in the province.  School will be dismissed early on these days to provide professional learning ... Read More
  • Barbecue for Rowan
    ​   Fund Raiser BBQ for Rowan   Parkland Saint John Thursday, June 22 11:30am / Gazebo   Rowan, 6-year old student from M. Gerald Teed, suffered from sudden paralysis.  News article available at the Reception. ... Read More
  • St. Martins Celebrates with Medieval Fair
    M​r. Huskins’ grade 4/5 class finished off their Middle Ages unit with their Medieval Fair. Historic figures like Joan of Arc, Robin Hood, and King Henry VIII made an appearance for the students in the afternoon and parents at an evening show. The class learned about what it was like to live then, the types of  food, different kinds of medicines and the social classes of the day. Thanks to Mr. Huskins and his students for sharing with the school ... Read More
  • Triple C (Cougar Caring Club) from Quispamsis Middle School Donates to Bobbys Hospice
  • Quispamsis Middle School & Riverview High School Partner to Support Becca Told Me To Campaign
    ​ Riverview High School had a school wide assembly to celebrate Becca Schofield by presenting her with a flag they had created for their school. It had the "#BeccaToldMeTo" printed on it.   The Quispamsis Middle School Triple C  (Cougar Caring Club) decided they wanted to send every student a sucker with the "#BeccaToldMeTo" label on each one. This assembly would was a good time to hand them out so every student received o ... Read More
  • It's All About the First Five Years
    It's All About the First Five Years   The focus of this campaign is on engaging with children in the early years through Looking, Talking  Singing, Playing, and Reading. We hope that as a result of this campaign the community will have a better understanding of the importance of this developmental period and that this will lead to more engagement with children in activities which will help them to reach their full potential.   ASD-S worked w ... Read More
  • Care Kits for Cancer at Chris Saunders Memorial
    ​Mrs. Allen’s grade five class participated in an ‘Entrepreneurial Adventure’ through the Learning Partnership. The purpose of this project was to create a business and a product with all proceeds going to a chosen charity. The class chose the Canadian Cancer Society as their charity and created 20 “Care Kits for Kids”. These kits are designed for children receiving cancer treatment (they are filled with items to entertain them or make life a li ... Read More
  • Benefit For Rowan Regenbogen
  • Saint Rose Disney Indigo Fund Raiser
    Saint Rose School and Indigo are teaming for a book fund raiser. On Thursday, June 8th from 5:30-8:30 pm Disney characters will be handing out student created bookmarks. SRS will receive 20% on all regular priced purchases that evening. This is a great opportunity to stock up on summer reading or find a special something for your child's teacher.    ... Read More
  • Barnhill Memorial School is the first Best Buddies middle school in the area
    ​ Students at Barnhill Memorial School will have their kick off Best Buddies Meet & Greet activity on Tuesday, June 7th at 12:00pm, to help promote social integration of students with special needs at the school. Barnhill Memorial School is the first middle school in the City of Saint John to establish a Best Buddies club.   We hope that this will encourage other schools in the area to launch our friendship program,” said Steven Pinnock, Ex ... Read More
  • Summer School 2017
    ​ Anglophone South School District   SUMMER SCHOOL 2017  Saint John High School Anglophone South School District, in partnership with READ Saint John, will be offering a Summer School Program for students for students in Grades 8 to 12.  The program will be held at Saint John High School and will have two components as follows:     Grades 8, 9 and 10 Mathematics and English, July 4 – July 28, 2017     Grades 11 and 12, July 4 – A ... Read More
  • River Valley Middle School Participates in Outdoor Classroom Day
    ​RVMS  participated in Outdoor Classroom Day last week. It’s an international movement to encourage teachers and parents to have their children engage in outdoor learning. Our teachers had  students doing lessons in all subject areas outside . Some of these included measuring the circumference of our traffic circle and the perimeter of our flower pots, writing poetry by the stream and in the field, listening to the sounds around them and writing ... Read More
  • 75 EAL Students Visit Saint John
    ​75 EAL students from Fredericton came to visit Saint John on Thursday, for a day of touring and meeting new friends. In the warm, sunny weather students were able to visit Uptown SJ and finish with a meet and greet at Saint John High School. The EAL class from St. Mac's also made their way down to meet the Fredericton High students. It was a mix of several languages and nationalities, where students reconnected with old friends from their birth ... Read More
  • Parent & Student Information Session - Funding Options for Post-Secondary Education
  • UNB Mathematics Competition Results
    ​The UNB Mathematics Competition held last Friday May 12th at UNBSJ. These are the results for Southern NB Zone. We had 270 students from ASD-S competing representing 28 of our schools.     UNB Mathematics Competition 2017 Friday May 12th, 2017 Results for the Southern Zone GRADE 7 1.            Chunshen (Josh) Mou, Rothesay Netherwood School 2.            Min Kang, Quispamsis Middle School 3.            Lochlan Watts, Barnhill Memoria ... Read More
  • Rothesay Park School’s “Light the Night” Walk
    On Friday, June 2nd from 8:15pm-9:20pm, Rothesay Park Middle School will be hosting a “Light the Night” walk at the Rothesay Commons, in support of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and the Jonathan Young Memorial Amphitheatre at Camp Medley.  Students and members of the community are invited to bring their lights (flashlights, glow-sticks, etc.) and walk around the oval track or sidewalks bordering the Commons to show support for those whose li ... Read More
  • String Perennial Sale - June 4th
    ​Attention all music lovers with a green thumb. The Saint John and Area School String Program is holding its annual Perennial Sale on Saturday June 3rd in the Family Centre behind St. Rose school from 9:00am - 12 noon. There will be a huge selection of perennials available at great prices, as well as fresh baked goods on the Bake Sale table.  All remaining plants will be 50% off between 11am and 12 noon. Plant donations are welcomed (672-4042 f ... Read More
  • “Celebrating 50 Years of Learning at Havelock School!”
    ​Everyone is invited to attend our Open House Celebration to say goodbye to Havelock School.  All alumni, former staff and community members are welcome. When? Tuesday, May 30th Doors open at 5pm for walk-throughs and visits. Official Program to begin at 6:30 Time Capsule opening at 7:00 ... Read More
  • Scholastic Community Book Fair
    ​Many items on sale for 50% off   All staff, students, families, friends and neighbours are invited to:   Lakefield Elementary 9 Kensington Avenue, Quispamsis Thursday, May 25th 8:00 am – 2:00 pm and 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm Friday, May 26th 8:00 am – 6:00 pm Saturday, May 27th 10:00 am - 5:00 pm ... Read More
  • Turn Around Achievement Awards Ceremony
    ​ The Anglophone South School District CELEBRATES what's RIGHT with the world at the Turnaround Achievement Awards!   The Anglophone South School District, is pleased to announce our  Turnaround Achievement Awards Ceremony.  This program recognizes students in Grades 6-12 who have demonstrated perseverance, commitment and effort in “turning around” their lives. Each middle and high school as well as  alternate education centers have been asked ... Read More
  • News from Belleisle Elementary School
    ​On behalf of the students, staff and the Belleisle community, we would like to congratulate our Grade 3/4 teacher, Mrs. Marlise Widdershoven-Kilpatrick who has won one of the 5 APEGNB Inspirational STEM Teacher Awards for her enthusiastic, innovative teaching and commitment to student learning through technology.   Mrs. Widdershoven-Kilpatrick was nominated for promoting a learning environment with technology to better prepare our students fo ... Read More
  • Walking School Bus at St. George Elementary School
    ​St. George Elementary School Walking School Bus ... Read More
  • Sir James Dunn Academy Students Visit Vimy Ridge
    ​ SJDA  celebrate some of their students going to the Vimy Ridge Celebration in France. ... Read More
  • ASD-S Science Fair Winners
    Congratulations Science Fair Winners! On April 7th, 75 students from across Southern New Brunswick converged at UNBSJ.  After presenting their projects to judges from the university, 3 were selected to be a part of Team New Brunswick at next month’s Canada Wide Science Fair in Regina, Saskatchewan.  Congratulations to Keaton McCann from St. Stephen Middle School; Jack White from MacDonald Consolidated School and  Ethan Johnson from Quispamsis ... Read More
  • M. Gerald Teed Students Celebrate Art Enrichment
    ​The talented students at M. Gerald Teed enjoyed a morning of Art Enrichment learning about Picasso and Kandinsky.  The children had an opportunity to produce beautiful artwork in their style.  Many thanks to teacher Catherine Ross and our Home and School president Jane Logan for an awesome morning of learning and creativity! ... Read More
  • Entrepreneurial Adventure in St. Stephen Education Centre
    ​Josh Cheney and Cheri Russell and our grade 8 team of 125 students have worked for the past 2 months on our Entrepreneurial Adventure (a program supported through The Learning Partnership). Together with our local business partners Bob Sweeney and Amanda Daigle from SIMCorp, we put our own spin on the program and held our culminating B2C Marketplace showcase and sale at our local Garcelon Civic Centre.  The 70 student businesses raised over $65 ... Read More
  • Harbourview High Celebrates Students with Perfect Attendance
    ​Harbourview High School celebrated students with perfect attendance from semester 1. The students who were able to attend celebrated with a cake and punch, and were able to select a special gift - a novel, book, colouring book, many choices. We are so proud of these amazing students. ... Read More
  • Spring Performances 2017 - Updated
        Performance School Dates Time Price Choir & Ukulele Concert Lakefield Elem School May 17th 7:00pm free Night at the Wax Museum - Musical Bayside Middle School May 18 &19 May 20 matinee 7:00pm 2:00pm matinee $5 Haphazardly Ever After Fundy High School May 16th & 17th 7:00pm $6 adults $3 students A Tale of Arendelle Island View School May 17th & 18th 6:30pm $5 adults $3 child Multicultural Night K ... Read More
  • A Day In Her Shoes
  • Sir James Dunn Academy Student Selected For Science Workshop
    ​SJDA is pleased to announce that Brooke Reid, in grade 9, has been selected to attend the CEMC Workshop in Computer Science for Young Women. This week-long event includes introductory programming, lectures, labs and hands-on activities that are complemented by social activities. The workshop will be held at the University of Waterloo from Saturday, May  13 to Saturday, May 20.  Brooke is one of only 36 young women from across the country who wi ... Read More
  • Multicultural Presentation at Sir James Dunn Academy
    Sir James Dunn Academy celebrated a presentation by Inspirational speaker Solange Tuyishime, sponsored by the Multiculturalism Association of Charlotte County in recognition of the United Nations “International Day to end Racial Discrimination.” ... Read More
  • Kennebecasis High School Presents the Musical Footloose
    KVHS is happy to present this year’s Spring Production of the Musical Footloose.   This is a dynamic and energetic show, where over 10% of the student body will appear onstage along with all three KVHS Vice Principals and some other special staff members who will show-off their acting, singing and (yes, even) dancing talents! The show runs from Tuesday, April 4th to Saturday, April 8th with a 7:30 curtain each evening. Tickets are available at t ... Read More
  • Saint Rose School Presents Cinderella
    May 11th, 12th, and 13th. Tickets available at Saint Rose School or call 658-5364 for details. ... Read More
  • St. Malachy's High School Presents How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying - The Musical Comedy
  • Celebrating Grade 2 Winter Safety 2017
    In 1999 the Saint John Regional Trauma Program started presenting a Winter Safety program to grade two students in the Saint John area. Since then the program has expanded to cover schools from Saint Stephen Education to Hampton Education centre This year the wonderful volunteers presented the Winter Safety program to 1,904 students in 121 classes in 50 schools! The classes were invited to participate in a Winter Safety Poster Contest to show ... Read More
  • Parent Power Night at Hampton Elementary School
    HES is proud of offer our FIRST Parent Power Night. We have a wonderful panel of experts including pediatrician, Dr. Sarah Gander; Psychology Dr. Beth Seamans; local Hampton RCMP officers, and teacher/Parent Marlise Widdershoven. This event is open to parents of K-8 students as well as educators who want to learn more. Please see below for more details! ... Read More
  • Lakewood Heights School Presents Wellness Hour
  • Wellness Pancake Breakfast at Belleisle Elementary
    ​Some of the staff at Belleisle Elementary School enjoying a pancake and sausage breakfast on Friday, February 24th. The Wellness Committee prepared the delicious meal. What a great way to start the day! ... Read More
  • Belleisle Elementary School Bus Driver Awarded
    ​The BES students who ride on Mr. Steven Huggard’s bus, Bus 834 along with the staff nominated Mr. Huggard for the NB Home & School Association Bus Driver of the Year and we were successful.  Today the students who ride on bus 834 and members of the Belleisle Home & School and family celebrated Mr Huggard receiving the NB Home & School Association Bus Driver of the Year Award.   ... Read More
  • Seawood celebrates 100 Days of School!
    ​Multi-aged groups of K-2 students participated in math activities celebrating 100 Days of school ... Read More
  • Sir James Dunn Academy Celebrates Pink Day 2017
  • Dr. A. T. Leatherbarrow Primary School Hosts Canadian Paralympian Wheelchair Basketball Player
    ​What an exciting afternoon we had on February 15 when Bo Hedges, Canadian Paralympian wheelchair basketball player visited us to promote the Canada Games Activity Challenge, show us his superior shooting and dribbling skills and answering a few student questions. His visit was due to our registration in the Challenge and our good fortune of being drawn from over 4000 schools across Canada! Special guests included Dan Vallis, Subject Area Coordi ... Read More
  • NBTAP Summer 2017
    ​"The New Brunswick Teen Apprentice Program (NBTAP) is recruiting Grade 10 and 11 students for Summer 2017 skilled trade pre-apprentice work opportunities with employers throughout New Brunswick. Applications will be accepted until March 17. Interested? To learn more about NBTAP: Check out for more information about the program and potential work placements available in your region; Watch the Could This Be Yo ... Read More
  • RVMS Celebrating 40 Years of Learning and Growing as a Community
    You are invited to River Valley Middle School’s 40th Celebration, Tuesday, February 21, 2017, from 6:30-8:00pm. Come meet friends from the past, walk down Memory Lane and view a running slide show, pictures, and yearbooks. Make new acquaintances and enjoy refreshments. Looking forward to seeing you on February 21st!   ... Read More
  • Drug Awareness: It Takes A Village to Raise a Teen
  • New Brunswick Youth Orchestra Concert - this Sunday night
    All are welcome to attend the New Brunswick Youth Orchestra Concert this Sunday in Saint John, at the beautiful Imperial Theatre. The concert begins at 2:00 PM. Our internationally acclaimed NBYO will perform under the direction of Guest Conductor—Michael Newnhan.    Our INSPIRING EXCELLENCE concert repertoire includes incomparable classics by Tchaikovsky, Séjourné, Beethoven, and Moncayo. We’ll also announce exciting NBYO Canada 150 Celebrati ... Read More
  • Drug Awareness: It Takes A Village To Raise A Child
  • CyberTitan Challenge ASD-S Top three in Silver Tier!
    ​Great news,  Students from  Saint John High have placed 1st and 2nd place AFA State Awards in the Silver Tier of the CyberTitan Challenge. St. Malachy’s High School placed 3rd in the same tier and award level. This is the first time these two schools have competed against teams from across Canada. The Canadian Cyber Defence Challenge (CDC)  is the first program in Canada that brings high school students and security professionals together in a ... Read More
  • Science East and Loch Lomond School are proud to present an evening of hands-on learning for the entire community
    ​Science East and Loch Lomond School are proud to present an evening of hands-on learning for the entire community 2009 Winner of the Canadian Association of Science Centres CASCADE AWARD for Best Outreach Program in Canada Come join in the fun while learning about New Brunswick’s forests, wildlife and oceans. Learn about groundwater, alternative energy and much more. Tuesday, February 21st from 6:30 – 8:00 pm at Loch Lomond School. Co ... Read More
  • Principal Celebrated At Seawood School
    ​Seawood is celebrating their Outstanding principal Mr. Bedard! The school wanted to acknowledge him for the wonderful award that was announced this week - Canada's Outstanding Principal Award.  Every student signed a large banner displayed in the hall with helium balloons and enough cake for the entire student body and staff.    Seawood also has a unique group of grade four students who are fundraising on their own time for Leukemia.   They  ... Read More
  • Island View School Playground Fundraiser
    ​On Sunday, Feb. 12th from 9:00am – 11:00 the proceeds from the weekly Knights of Columbus / Assumption Center Breakfast will be donated to our Playground Restoration Fund for a community playground.  There will be some Island View School and Community faces to help with serving at the breakfast.  The cost is $7 for adults and $3 for children. The address is 721 Chapel Street.  Hope to see you there! J ... Read More
  • Dairy Town Classic Basketball Tournament
    ​The 30th annual Dairy Town Classic Basketball Tournament will be held at Sussex Middle School and Sussex High School will be held February 2nd, 3rd and 4th.  Teams from New Brunswick, PEI and Quebec will be attending. ... Read More
  • Curl For Mental Health
    ​Grab your mates and make this year’s 27th Curl for Mental Health a rockin’ success!  Join us at Thistle St. Andrews Curling Club on Saturday, March 18th for 2 four-end games of curling fun, have lunch, bid on silent auction items, win a door prize, or walk away the big 50/50 winner! Call 633-1705 to register your team or visit our website  All proceeds will support the programs and services provided by ... Read More
  • Norton Elementary School Celebrates Family Literacy Day
    ​Norton Elementary School would like to Celebrate the students and staff who participated in Family Literacy Day activities on Friday, January 27.  Miss Cooper's kindergarten shared breakfast and books with family and friends and later each class performed a Readers' Theatre in the gym for family and community members.  It was a great way to share the love of books and the importance of literacy to a broader audience.  Great job, everyone ! ... Read More
  • VTRA Training Cancelled for January 24 and 25, 2017.
    ​ VTRA Training Cancelled for January 24 and 25, 2017. ... Read More
  • Holiday Happenings at M. Gerald Teed
    ​The students at M. Gerald Teed got a special surprise before leaving for the Christmas break with a visit from the Saint John Riptide!!!  They were introduced to the new mascot before he was unveiled to the public.  Thank you Mr. Van Wart and the Riptide for the wonderful time! The families and friends of M. Gerald Teed School were treated to a special presentation of "Bugz Christmas".  It was a wonderful way to kick off the holiday ... Read More
  • ASD-S Christmas Card Contest
    ​ Every holiday Season the Anglophone South School District distributes over  500 Christmas cards  to all PSSC Chairs, all schools and PSSC's, EECD,  local municipalities, MLA,  and partners. This year all middle schools were invited to submit artwork to be considered for the front of our Christmas Card. We are pleased to announce that 2 designs were chosen , one for the ASD-S Christmas Card and another for the NB Child and Youth Advocate’s ... Read More
  • Art Work from Sir James Dunn Academy
    Sir James Dunn Academy celebrated Superintendent  Zoe Watson presenting a copy of the ASD-S South Christmas Card to the winner of the Christmas Card Art Competition to Mahala Haughn, a Grade 6 student from Mary Harrison's Art Class. ... Read More
  • River Valley Middle Schoolo Me to We Group
    ​The Me to We group at River Valley Middle school is once again living We. The students just attending We Day, are selling Christmas Cards to help the Saint John Anti-Poverty Fund and will be serving as Christmas elves and wrappers at Centennial School's Christmas Bazaar.  They are also putting together a Top 10 list on how to be environmentally friendly at Christmas. Last month they led the way and collected $328 for the Empty Stocking Fund as ... Read More
  • Multicultural Night At Hazen White - St. Francis School
    ​Hazen White - St. Francis school hosted their first annual Multicultural Night "Celebrations Around the World" on December 6th. This special event was the first of many for the Crescent Valley and was a wonderful community celebration. All enjoyed an evening of sharing and learning about a variety of cultures and traditions from around the world through music, dance, food, and crafts.   ... Read More
  • Sussex Middle School Teachers Receive Governor General Awards
    ​This past weekend three of our teachers from Sussex Middle school flew to Ottawa to receive their Governor General awards.  Belowis a picture and a brief description of their project.   Brian Clancy, Lisa Sheppard, and Catherine Morneault gave their grade six French immersion students a big challenge for their school year: “How can we collaboratively teach our community about the Canadian experience at Vimy Ridge and do something AWESOME in t ... Read More
  • Island View School 3rd Annual Christmas Craft Fair
    ​Island View School is hosting its 3rd annual Christmas Craft Fair.  This event has grown to over 50 vendors and is a fundraising event for our Playground Restoration Project.  So come out and get some shopping done an support local a new accessible play area for youth in our community. There will be a gift basket draw, 50/50 squares as well as coffee and food available for purchase.  See you there!   Details: Where: Island View School (496 R ... Read More
  • Sir James Dunn Academy Celebrates We Day in Halifax
  • St. Andrews Farmers Market Hosted by Sir James Dunn Academy
  • School Closures due to Inclement Weather
    ​ Anglophone South School District is committed to the safe and efficient transportation of students and recognizes that it may be necessary to cancel a bus run(s), close school(s), or delay school opening to ensure students are not endangered by hazards brought on by poor weather or road conditions.  Our decisions must be made prior to 6:30 a.m. and they are based on the forecasts we have, and information we are able to collect on road conditi ... Read More
  • Beginning Violin Lessons
    ​ To: All parents of Grade 3 students From: Saint John and Area School String Program Re: After school beginning violin lessons for students in grade 3 Dear parent/guardian, The Saint John and Area School String Program will soon be starting beginning violin classes for the remainder of the 2016-17 school year. These classes, taught by Helen Gollings and Ai Leonard, start at grade 3 and can continue to grade 12. This after school instructi ... Read More
  • "Let's Talk Science" at St. Martins School
    ​The students from St. Martins School had a great science morning with UNBSJ's "Let's Talk Science" outreach program.  The students learned how to make simple machines, explored the properties of liquids and used their senses to distinguish different types of objects. Many thanks to the students of UNBSJ who spent the morning with the students. ... Read More
  • Holiday Market at M. Gerald Teed School
  • Belleisle Regional High School Entrepreneurship Students Host Christmas Craft and Bake Sale
    Belleisle Regional High School Entrepreneurship students and Local ACW will be hosting a Christmas Craft and Bake Sale November 26, 2016 from 9 am to 2 pm.  This sale takes place at the Belleisle Community Center, 1648 Route 124, Springfield, NB.  Students have created many unique items, it is a full sale with over 30 vendors. Some items for sale include: knitting, crocheting, honey products, loose tea, jewelry, wool purses, leather belts, snowm ... Read More
  • KVHS Renaissance 8th Annual Used Book Sale
    ​Date: Friday, Nov 18th and Saturday, Nov 19thTime: 6pm-9pm (Friday) and 10am - 4pm (Saturday)Location: KVHS Cafeteria   KVHS Renaissance is looking for donations used books or magazines for their 8th annual used book sale.  If you have any books or magazines that you would like to donate please drop them off at the KVHS School office or contact Melissa Wright at KVHS ... Read More
  • Hampton High School Presents 'The Jungle Book'
    ​The Jungle Book will be performed by the Hampton High School Theatre Company from November 30th to December 3rd. Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 at the door. They can be purchased at Hampton Pharmasave and the HHS Wilbur Learning Commons. This heartwarming family classic promises to be a great way to begin the Holiday season. For more information, please call 832-6123. Curtain time is 7:30. ... Read More
  • New Saint John West Side School Naming
    ​ Anglophone South School District currently has a new school under construction in West Saint John, scheduled to open September 2017. The District Education Council (DEC) established a New School Naming Committee in accordance with EECD Policy 409. The Committee consists of Gerry Mabey, member of the District Education Council; Deborah Thomas, Director of Schools Saint John Education Centre; Cheryl Miles, Education and Early Childhood Developm ... Read More
  • Quispamsis Youth Enpowerment Group Helps Food Bank
    ​Quispamsis Middle School would like to celebrate their youth empowerment group, Triple C (Caring Cougars Club) for the incredibly successful food drive through the WE Scare Hunger campaign. This group of 50 students challenged the whole school to bring in food items for the North End Food Bank to avoid its closure. As a result, the school was able to collect over 2500 food items. Mrs. Roach’s grade 7 class was the winning class, bringing in a t ... Read More
    ​ IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL GRADES K, 2 & 5 PARENTS / GUARDIANS Information Nights, regarding program selection for September 2017, will be held according to the following schedule. The information will be provided on options for the Grades 1, 3 and 6 students:  English Prime Program, Early French Immersion Program (Gr 1. and Gr. 3 entries) and the Late Gr. 6 French Immersion Program. Parents/guardians are invited to whichever meeting the ... Read More
  • St. Martins School Celebrates With Halloween - Themed Math & Literacy Night
    ​St. Martins School held a Halloween-themed math and literacy night that saw many parents, grandparents and students working on games and activities all throughout the school. Adults and students alike wore their costumes and guessed how much the pumpkin weighed, made words with their parents and chose a number then counted that number of bugs!  Thanks to the staff and helpers for making the night a huge success. ... Read More
  • Belleisle Elementary School Receives Funding With the ArtSmarts Program
    ​Belleisle Elementary School has received $3000 in funding with the ArtSmarts program. The school will be working with local artist/author Kelly Cooper and partnering with the Belleisle Watershed Coalition. Students will have the opportunity to explore the Watershed using image and text. ... Read More
  • Sir James Dunn Academy Donates To SPCA
    ​SJDA middle school students, Erika Head, Nora Feeney and Anna O’Leary raised awareness about the Charlotte County SPCA.  They challenged the whole school to bring in items for the shelter.  Mrs. Feeney’s grade 7 class was the winning class who brought in a total of 30 items and in total SJDA donated 85 items to the Charlotte County SPCA.    ... Read More
  • Grand Manan Celebrates Donations to Physical Education Program
    ​Grand Manan Community School is CELEBRATING two generous donations to our Phys. Ed program's equipment room fund. Teacher Danielle Materniak constructed a power point presentation on new Phys. Ed equipment the school would like to have and presented it to the Grand Manan Rotary Club who donated $3000. Teacher Angie Russell presented this to the Grand Manan chapter of "100 Women Who Care" as well and the group donated $6000 towards new ... Read More
  • Much to Celebrate at Seawood School !!
    ​Seawood school celebrated Terry Fox a few weeks ago .  Students & Staff walked to Seaside Park and back in honour of Cancer Awareness and children also brought in monetary donations as well.  The picture below is  of grade K and 5 with the new school in the back ground. Last month Seawood celebrated "Attendance" with their monthly Sunshine Awards Assembly.   A student from each class K-5 was recognized and celebrated for displayi ... Read More
  • Bayside Walks for Children's Wish Foundation
     On October 20th, the staff and students of Bayside Middle School participated in the 15th annual Walk for Wishes parade. This year Bayside raised $26, 259.20 in support of this charity. The total raised over the past 15 years is $334, 141.53. That evening, The NB Chapter of the Children's Wish Foundation awarded Bayside with the first ever Community Champions Award which recognizes Bayside's contributions to Children's Wish.                   ... Read More
  • 3rd Annual Fall Fair & Car Show at Hampton Middle School
    ​ HMS Families are invited to Help us FILL the FORD with non perishable food at our   3rd Annual Fall Fair and Car Show   Friday, October 28th, 2016 12:30pm – 2:30pm ... Read More
  • Celebrating at Hampton Middle School
    ​Hampton Middle School celebrates a successful BOND afternoon with Hampton High School. 25 leaders of Hampton High School came to our school on Thursday, October 13th to create positive relationships with our Grade 6 students. It was a fun filled, colorful afternoon for everyone and a great opportunity for students to view the older students as positive role models! On Wednesday, October 5th Hampton Middle School celebrated the life and lega ... Read More
    ​Three Sussex, New Brunswick teachers have been recognized for their exceptional contributions to the understanding of Canadian history. They are the recipients of the 2016 Governor General’s History Award for Excellence in Teaching.   Dr. Brian Clancy, Mme. Lisa Sheppard, and Mme. Catherine Morneault of Sussex Middle School will share the award--one of just six presented across Canada. They have been acknowledged for jointly developing a ... Read More
  • Sir James Dunn Academy Hosts Fun Run
  • Stop & Shop at Grand Bay Primary
    ​ First Ever - Stop & Shop      Grand Bay Primary   92 Woolastook Drive                           Grand Bay-Westfield                                    Saturday, November 5th 11:00 – 3:00   OVER 20 VENDORS   Clothing, Makeup, Jewelry, Preserves, Knitted Goods, Books, Hair Care, Organizational Products, Spices, Homemade Wood Signs, Tea, Pebble Pictures, Christmas Crafts, Scented Wax Melts, Basket Raffle, Purchase Popc ... Read More
  • Child & Adolescent Anxiety- What Parents Can Do
    ​ Child & Adolescent Anxiety   What Parents Can Do An Introduction to Anxiety  & Parenting Strategies   Wed. November 9, 7:00-8:30 PM Fundy Middle & High School Daniel Chorney, Ph.D. Registered Psychologist (Dr. Daniel Chorney & Associates) ... Read More
  • Aviva Contest at Westfield School
    Westfield School has entered into a contest with Aviva to WIN $100,000 to build a new inclusive playground that is wheelchair accessible to replace the current K-2 metal playground! We need all of your help and votes! We need to get the word out and this is where you come in! Please share our direct link and please ask people to vote for Westfield between October 11-28, each person has 18 votes which can be done all at once and on the same proj ... Read More
  • New Curler Bonspeil
  • 46th Annual Belleisle Home & School Harvest Auction
    ​Where: Island View School When: Saturday, October 15th (8:45 for 1K and 9:00 for 5K) Online Registration: by October 13th or online must register between 7:00 – 8:00   Contact: Trina Goguen: or by phone at: (506) 658-5346 Come join us at Island View on the 19th for an excellent family/community centered event.  We are expecting a very professional event again this year.  Registration can be done online via the foll ... Read More
  • Vincent Massey Elementary School Hosts Online Auction
    ​Vincent Massey Elementary School will be hosting an online auction to raise funds for various programs. The auction runs from October 3, 2016 at 3pm to October 25, 2016 at 8pm. Winners can pick up their items between October 26 and 28 from 9-3 in our main office 529-5011 or make arrangements for pickup/delivery.  Our address is 166 Frederick Street, St. Andrews. We would like to thank everyone who donated items for ... Read More
  • Anglophone South School District Kindergarten Registration 2017-2018
    ​ Kindergarten Registration for the 2017-2018 school year will take place on October 11th – 14th 2016 in all Anglophone South Elementary Schools. Parents may register their children at their neighbourhood elementary school during school hours. Kindergarten attendance is compulsory for all children who reach the age of five years on or before December 31st, 2017. Parents, however, may defer entry into Kindergarten until September of 2018 for ch ... Read More
  • DEC Policy 409 Study - Ernst and Young Report
    ​Saint John – The District Education Council for the Anglophone South School District is kicking-off a process to enable long-term school infrastructure planning for inner city Saint John.    Read More HERE...     Ernst & Young Report Saint John Inner Schools  Letter to Parents - Saint John Inner City Schools Letter to Parents - Millidgeville North, Princess Elizabeth and Prince Charles Schools Letter to Parents - St. John the Bapti ... Read More
  • Immunization Clinics
    ​ ASDS Website Information: The 2016-2017 In-school Immunization Campaign will begin this fall. Public Health Nurses, in partnership with Anglophone School District South, will offer school immunization clinics for all grade seven and nine students in Saint John and surrounding areas. Vaccines are free of charge and will protect youth against whooping cough, meningitis, chicken pox and cervical cancers.  For details, parents can contact their l ... Read More
  • Annual Belleisle Harvest Auction
  • Sweet Caroline Run - October 8th, 2016
    Please register for this fun family event!  Sweet Caroline Foundation helps educate and raise awareness about Food Allergies and Anaphylaxis.  Each year, the Foundation awards scholarships to students in New Brunswick who also help to do this.    ... Read More
  • “ It Takes a Village to Raise a Teen … A Family’s Journey to Mental Wellness.”
    ​ As parents, guardians, teachers, or mentors, we are all seeing and hearing about the increase in mental health concerns that are facing our teens today.  Mental health issues affect all of us regardless of our where we live and what we do. The impact is more than statistics and facts, it’s in feelings and emotions. It’s in our families, with our friends and in our communities. Having a mental disorder should not be any different than experien ... Read More
  • Canadian Mental Health Association Education Programs
    ​ FACT:             Today 1 in 5 Canadians will personally experience a mental illness in their lifetime FACT:             That represents 151,000 New Brunswickers. FACT:             Mental illness is not discriminatory to gender, race, creed or social status.   We are all responsible for taking care of our physical and mental health. Your mental health matters and effective treatment for mental illness are available through the Canadian Me ... Read More
  • A Local Rotary Club Project: Boots, Bikes & Band-aids-September 17th
    Rotary is the world’s first and oldest service club. Every year, each of Rotary’s 33,000 clubs around the world engages in projects that improve health, literacy and education among the globe’s disadvantaged peoples.   Over the last three years, the Rotary Clubs of Saint John, Rothesay-Kings, Sussex and Hampton have worked as a group and successfully filled 40-foot shipping containers with donations of footwear, bicycles, and medical supplies, ... Read More
  • Fluoride Mouth Rinse Program
    ​Elementary school children across New Brunswick may participate in the free of charge Fluoride Mouth Rinse Program…. READ MORE HERE ... Read More
  • Opening of Schools for 2016-2017
    ​ANGLOPHONE SOUTH SCHOOL DISTRICT OPENING OF SCHOOLS FOR 2016-2017 Welcome back to all students and families from Grand Manan to Sussex Corner for the new school year! All Kindergarten children will enter school through a staggered entry process on September 6 and 7, 2016 with half of the students attending each day.  All Kindergarten children will attend together on September 8.  Schools will communicate to families the ... Read More
  • Summer Months are Important for Learning
    ​ Summer Months are important for learning. Here are some tips, information and summer camps from Anglophone South.   Click HERE ... Read More
  • River Valley Middles School Students Share Time as Ambassadors at Centennial
    ​The picture below is from students at Centennial School as a ‘thank you’ RVMS teacher Mr. Sullivan and his grade 7 FI Social Studies class. Mr. Sullivan and his students spent a day at Centennial where they worked as ambassadors/facilitators with Miss McLeod’s class and organized activities for the K-2 classes. The RVMS students really enjoyed their day at Centennial – it was a fantastic experience. ... Read More
  • Fiddlers From Coast to Coast
    ​From June 25-July 2, over 30 young fiddlers from Victoria, BC will be visiting Saint John as part of a YMCA Youth Exchange with the Senior Orchestra of the Saint John and Area School String Program.  In March, the Saint John Senior Orchestra (31 string students) travelled to Victoria accompanied by string teachers Helen Gollings, Ali Leonard and Bob McCausland. Now it is their turn to host the BC Fiddle Orchestra and their teacher, Daniel Lap ... Read More
  • Saint John Rotary Boy's Choir Celebrates 50 years
  • PITCHfest
    ​On Thursday, May 26th, PITCHfest took place at the ASD-S district office.  PITCHfest was an enrichment and development opportunity for selected Entrepreneurship students from the four Saint John high schools.  It provided approximately forty students an opportunity to collaborate and develop successful pitches for new and innovative product ideas.    Ms. Zoe Watson welcomed the keen students to begin the event.  Mid-morning Mr. Greg Hemmings ... Read More
  • Flapjack Fundraiser at Rothesay High School
    Rothesay High School invites the community to the first ever Flapjack Fundraiser: An Event under the Tent. Breakfast of pancakes and sausages will be served from 8-11 in Saturday, June 18th. Costs are $12 for adults, $7 for children under 10, and children under 2 are free. ... Read More
  • Information Concerning School Rental Contracts
    ​ As of January 1st, 2016 Anglophone School District – South has been using a new on-line School Rental Contract system.      1.       The new fee structure will be in place for all rentals effective Sept. 1, 2016. All users will require a custodian for any hours beyond the regular work hours of the school custodians. In most cases, this will be for weekend hours and in the rare case any bookings Monday to Friday after the regular custodian h ... Read More
  • A Celebrate Year in Review at Lakefield Elementary School
    In September we held our annual Terry Fox walk and raised $500.00 which was presented to Fred Fox, Terry’s older brother, at an assembly in May. As we entered November we held our career week with several professionals and trades people setting up booths with hands on activities in our gymnasium. Also, in November we sadly had a Lakefield family experience a house fire and we fundraised to help support them as they lost all that they had owned. ... Read More
  • Physical Geography Fair at Rothesay High School
    ​On June 1st Jayne Kingston’s Physical Geography Students at Rothesay High School Held their first annual Physical Geography Fair.  36 projects on topics ranging from Gros Morne National Park to the 2011 tsunami in Japan were showcased as a snapshot of the students’ knowledge of the big ideas of Earth Science Literacy. Congratulations to the winners: Category Topic Winners Scientific explanation 1. Tsunami Japan 2011 2. Global Warming ... Read More
  • National Chess Champion
    Congratulations to Ziyuan (Sam) Song, for his win at the recent Canadian Chess Challenge in Regina, Saskatchewan.  Sam is a grade 10 student at Saint John High School.  This is his 6th appearance at the National Challenge, and his second win. When he’s not representing SJHS on the national stage, Sam is busy supporting younger players’ development in chess.   He founded the “Sam Chess Club” as well as the “Youth Chess Club” for newcomers at the ... Read More
  • Grade 5 Bond Legacy Project Fundraiser at Belleisle Elementary
    ​The students in Mr. Bond’s Grade 5 class at Belleisle Elementary spent the month of May helping their families and relatives with a wide variety of springtime chores to “earn” money for our class Legacy Project.  As of this week, students have raised a total of $ 457.90 by working at the following types of housework:  vacuuming, cleaning, taking care of pets, gardening, stacking firewood, watering plants, mowing lawns, adding waste to compost, ... Read More
  • Sir James Dunn Prepares Garden for End of Year festivities
    ​ SJDA celebrates their middle school gardening as they prepare the school for June festivities such as middle school and high school graduation. ... Read More
  • Harry Miller Middle School Bears Who Care
    ​This year, Harry Miller became a We School and the Bears Who Care were born!   We would like to acknowledge the outstanding contribution that a small group of 20 students have made in our local and global community.  Together with the support of our parent and school community, they have raised over $1500 to help improve the lives of others! On a global level, they sponsored the education and living accommodations for a student in Uganda.  Lo ... Read More
  • STEM Projects by Saint John High School and Rothesay High School Tech Clubs
    ​Congratulations to the Technology Clubs at Saint John High School and Rothesay High School. Both clubs recently completed building temperature sensors with water proof housings that were deployed by the RHS Outdoor Pursuits class in the Hammond River. These sensors will be gathering data all summer.   Valuable information from these sensors will be used for conservation purposes by the Hammond River Angling Association and will be available ... Read More
  • St. Martin's Students and Community Work Together on Garden
    ​St. Martins' students recently planted veggies in the community garden and flowers in the village flowerbeds and benches. The students planted milkweed for monarch butterflies to help them with their lifecycle.  Many thanks to the community members who helped them along the way. ... Read More
  • PALS Hampton Connecting With Community
    ​There’s been a lot to celebrate at PALS Hampton. Thursday, June 2, the students participated in the Tim Horton’s Community Clean-Up through Communities in Bloom. The kids had a great morning enjoying the weather and helping their community. In the afternoon, we headed to the Hammond River Angling Association to help them plant some trees. With team work and determination they were able to plant 1000 trees. Way to go, guys! Making connections ... Read More
  • Minister's Excellence in Education Nomination Form - 2015-2016 School Year
    ​ Minister’s Excellence in Education Award The purpose is to recognize and honour dynamic educators who have displayed outstanding skill in supporting the diverse needs of all learners. The Excellence in Education Award is designed to: •        recognize the high calibre of educators working in our early learning and child care centres and schools; •        enhance the image of education in general and learning in particular; and •      ... Read More
  • Belleisle Regional High School Awarded Stanley DeWalt Tool Enhancement Package
    ​Congratulations to Belleisle Regional High School for being awarded the Stanley DeWalt tool enhancement package for use in their skilled trade and technology program. They were selected over 30 applicants. Stanley Black & Decker's partnership with Skills Canada includes a legacy grant program in which Stanley hand tools and DeWalt power tools used during the Skills Canada National Competition are donated to schools in the host province. Thi ... Read More
  • Investigate! Invent! Innovate!
    Middle school students from across ASD-S converged on Brunswick Square on Wednesday, May 25th to showcase some innovative prototypes that they had designed as a part of the Investigate! Invent! Innovate! program.  Students were asked to put their science, technology, engineering and math skills to work in order to design and build solutions to real world problems.   Some of the products showcased included a Raspberry Pi powered locker organizer, ... Read More
  • Sexual Abuse Prevention Workshop
  • St. Stephen Middle School Students Wins Bronze at Canada Wide Science Fair !
    ​Congratulations to Nate Bilsky of St. Stephen Middle School and Ben d'Entremont of Quispamsis Middle School for winning silver and bronze at the Canada Wide Science Fair in Montreal!   ... Read More
  • Music Monday at St. George Elementary School
    ​St. George Elementary School has a celebration to share with everyone. On Monday, May 2 (Music Monday), our 311 students and approximately 35 staff gathered together to sing the Music Monday Anthem "We Are One" written by Ontario high school student Connor Ross. After we sang our song, we went out to our soccer field and formed an eighth note pair music note wearing our red and white Canada colours. This is a yearly celebration of Mus ... Read More
  • Cat Rescue Maritimes at Sussex Middle School
    ​The idea for a campaign for CARMA, which stands for “Cat Rescue Maritimes,” started when my friend, Kiley Mercer, and I had to do academic and personal goals for French class. For our personal goal, we wanted to raise money for a good cause, but we weren’t sure yet what we wanted to fundraise for. After talking together about some different causes, we decided that we wanted to fundraise for animals. After discussing with our French teacher, Jea ... Read More
  • Sussex Middle School Celebrates Mental Health Week
    On May 3rd, SMS took part in Kindness Day for Canadian Mental Health Week (May 1st – May 7th). Leaders proudly wore their Yellow Mental Health or pink shirts. Students all received yellow smiley face stickers. Staff, including bus drivers, were treated to stickers, a stress kit and a pen. Gwen McNight from the Canadian Mental Health Association did a presentation for our leadership group and gave us lots of stickers, pens and stress kits… SMS GO ... Read More
  • Sussex Middle School Making a Difference
    ​Danny Leger was just 9 years old when he was hit by a vehicle and killed while riding his bike on July of 2002. His younger sister, Jessica, died in a house fire in September of 2003. She was only 7 years old. Judy Leger founded the Danny and Jessica Angel Foundation in 2004 in memory of her grandchildren. This is a non-profit organization established for the purpose of helping needy children and their families from Belleisle Creek to Moncton. ... Read More
  • Saint Rose School Celebrates Science
    ​Saint Rose School  Celebrates the kick off to their Science Fair. Thanks to Mrs. Connor and Mrs. Malone.   ... Read More
  • KVHS Me to WE Club Donates to Free the Children
    ​Kennebecasis Valley High School Me to We Club members donated $864.87 that they raised through their change drive.  It was donated to the Free the Children initiative through the Royal Bank of Canada.     ... Read More
  • Buddy Benches at Belleisle Elementary School
    ​On Tuesday, May 24th Belleisle Elementary School received their Buddy Benches. On behalf of the teachers, support staff and the Belleisle Community, the administration would like to thank Barry Ogden and Irving Oil for providing both our playgrounds with a Buddy Bench. The buddy benches are another part of BES initiative – Be a Buddy – Not a Bully campaign. ... Read More
  • Request for Proposals - After School Child Care Services for Hammond River Valley Elementary School
    ​ REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS     After School Child Care Services for Hammond River Valley Elementary School     Closing Date: May 31, 2016   Click here for further information ... Read More
  • Request for Proposals - After School Child Care Services for Kennebecasis Park Elementary School
    ​ REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS     After School Child Care Services for Kennebecasis Park Elementary School     Closing Date: May 31, 2016   Click here for further information ... Read More
  • Turnaround Achievement Awards
    ​ The Anglophone South School District CELEBRATES what's RIGHT with the world at the Turnaround Achievement Awards!   The Anglophone South School District, is pleased to announce our  Turnaround Achievement Awards Ceremonies.  This program recognizes students in Grades 6-12 who have demonstrated perseverance, commitment and effort in “turning around” their lives. Each middle and high school as well as  alternate education centers have nomin ... Read More
  • Earth Day at Westfield Elementary School
    ​ During the week of April 18-22 Westfield Elementary School participated in the Wal-Mart Plastic Bag Challenge. As a school we collected 12 532 bags!  The photos below show all the students around the perimeter of the playground, each holding a plastic bag and the other is of all the bags collected.  It was a great learning experience for all involved and a wonderful Earth Day activity!     ... Read More
  • Quispamsis Middle School Student Farmers’ Market & Open House:
    ​Please mark Saturday, May 28th on your calendar, and plan to join us at QMS for a Student Farmers’ Market featuring the talents of our young entrepreneurs. A wide variety of items will be on sale including crafts, household items, jewelry, food products, and many more. Tables for student-service groups will also be on display. Our own Triple C club will also be on hand selling coffee and tea as well as providing tours of the school for families ... Read More
  • Updated Performances in ASD-S 2016
      Title School Location Dates & Times Price "There's a Monster in My Closet" Forest Hills School Forest Hills School May 11 & 12 at 7pm $6 for adults $3 for youth “The Ever After” River Valley Middle School River Valley Middle School May 11 & 12 at 7pm $10 “The Little Mermaid Jr.” Bayside Middle School Bayside Middle School May 12 & 13 at 7pm May 14 at 2pm $5 “Ukrainian Folk Tales” Beaconsfield M ... Read More
  • River Valley Me to We Club Help School in Nicaragua
    ​The River Valley Middle School Me to We club is pleased to accept a check from our Grand Bay-Westfield community partners totaling $2,500. We have worked hard to spread our message to the community and have them join us  as we work together to "Be the Change we want to see in the World". This joint effort is thanks to our students who went out and made it happen. They are great leaders. These funds have made it possible to complete ... Read More
  • Sweet Caroline Foundation 2nd Annual Casino Night
  • Buick Drive For Your Students at Millidegeville North School
  • STMReads 2016 – Between Shades of Gray by Ruta Sepetys
    St. Malachy’s would like to take this opportunity to invite avid readers and history buffs to meet Ruta Sepetys, author of this years’ STM Reads title as well as Salt to Sea.  Ruta considers herself a literary archeologist who wants to bring attention to pieces of history that are not well known or explored in society.  Ruta will be hosting a public reading and book signing at the Market Square Library on May 12 at 7:00pm.  The event is open to ... Read More
  • Jump Rope For Heart at Millidgeville North School
    ​Millidgeville North School Celebrates the awesome support for our annual Jump Rope for Heart & Stroke Foundation.  This year our students, staff and parent community raised more than $5,500 for the Foundation.  A special Thank you to Ms. Carol Gatien for organizing the initiative again this year at MNS. ... Read More
  • River Valley Middle School Hosts Career Fair
    ​River Valley Middle School PSSC organized and hosted a Career Fair for students on Tuesday, April 12th. There were over 25 presenters who shared what they learned in school to help prepare them to do their job and other information about their jobs. The work fields represented included: physicians, engineers, coroner, police, fire fighters, information technology specialists, flight attendant, lawyer, minister, power line engineer, major event ... Read More
  • Canada Day Art Contest 2016
  • Regional Science Fair Winners Heading to Montreal
    ​Congratulations to Nick Cusack, Nate Bilsky, and Ben D’Entremont who will be part of Team New Brunswick at the Canada Wide Science Fair being held in Montreal in May.  Nick, a grade 9 student at Hampton High School, designed and built a regenerative charging system for an electric car. Nate, from Saint Stephen Middle School was inspired by the Syrian refugee crisis to design a prototype for a folding house that could be quickly deployed in an e ... Read More
  • Request for Proposals - After School Child Care Services for Lakefield Elementary School
    Anglophone South School District is looking for Requests for Proposals for After School Child Care Services for Lakefield Elementary School.   Closing Date:  April 29th, 2016   Please click here for further info.​ ... Read More
  • Spring Performances in ASD-S
    ​ Title School Location Dates & Times Price IB Art Show at the Saint John Arts Centre Saint John High School Saint John Arts Centre March 18 to April 29 free “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying” Hampton High School Hampton High School April 20-23 at 7:30pm Advance tickets available at Hampton Pharmasave and the HHS Clary Wilbur Learning Commons. From April 4-10, $10 price; After April 10, advance ticket is $12. T ... Read More
  • Spring 2016 Performances in ASD-S
    ​   Title School Location Dates & Times Price IB Art Show at the Saint John Arts Centre Saint John High School Saint John Arts Centre March 18 to April 29 free “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying” Hampton High School Hampton High School April 20-23 at 7:30pm Advance tickets available at Hampton Pharmasave and the HHS Clary Wilbur Learning Commons. From April 4-10, $10 price; After April 10, advance ticket is $12 ... Read More
  • Annual Human Rights Forum
  • Sussex Regional High School Participate in Outdoor Engine Competition
    ​Two students from Sussex Regional High School participated in the Outdoor Engine Competition with Skills Canada at CCNB Dieppe.   SRHS is preparing to host provincials on April 16th and look forward to greeting students, teachers, parents and guests for this great day of exploring trades and building Team New Brunswick that will compete in June at Nationals in Moncton, NB.     ... Read More
  • Students at Rothesay Elementary help Newcomers to Canada through Project Based Learning
    ​Preceding the arrival of several newcomers to our community, the students in Mr. Kierstead’s Grade 3 and Mrs. Guest’s Grade 4 classes at Rothesay Elementary School wanted to help support those families.  Through a Project Based Learning experience, the students used the driving question, “What can we do to help newcomers to our community?”  The students brainstormed ideas and decided to hold events for the entire month of February, calling it “ ... Read More
  • ASD-S Presents an Evening with Dr. AnnMarie Churchill
    ASD-S Presents an Evening with Dr. AnnMarie Churchill April 25th, 2016 6:30-8:00  ​   Anglophone South School District is pleased to present an evening for parents and guardians with Dr. AnnMarie Churchill.  Dr. Churchill will be speaking about child and youth mental health issues and building resilience in our children.  There will also be time for parent questions and discussion on mental health issues.   Resilience is the ability to ... Read More
  • M Gerald Teed Celebrates Aviation Themed Science Day
    ​The students and staff of M Gerald Teed celebrated the rich history of our school by having a Science Day with an Aviation Theme.  The students participated in many experiments and activities involving flight.  Thank you to Mrs. Ross and the Home and School for making this an incredibly fun day of learning! ... Read More
  • Simonds High School Students at YES! Conference
    ​A group of Entrepreneurs from Simonds High at the YES! Conference last week in Fredericton enjoyed a very educational  and truly worthwhile experience. The students have brought back some great ideas to use in my classes ... Read More
  • Island View School Gives Back During 100th Day Celebrations
    ​IVS children raised $288 for Romero House by having a chores fundraiser and collected approx. 300 canned goods for the West Side Food Bank during our 100th Day Celebrations! ... Read More
  • Spring 2016 Performances in ASD-S
    ​ Title School Location Dates & Times Price IB Art Show at the Saint John Arts Centre Saint John High School Saint John Arts Centre March 18 to April 29 free “Chicago” Saint John High School Saint John High School April 7-9 at 7:30pm $15 adults $10 age 12 under Tarzan Kennebecasis High School Kennebecasis High School April 12th – 16th $15 orchestra $13 Balcony Elementary and Junior school choirs Various schools from A ... Read More
  • Apohaqui Elementary School Celebrates Art & Writing
    ​Very special clay art sculptures will be on display at Apohaqui Elementary School during Student-Led Conferences this spring. Artist-in-residence and substitute teacher, Kelly Cooper, prepared and delivered fantastic art lessons to each class throughout this past month. The final products, along with associated writing pieces, will be set up as an Art Gallery for students to share with their AES families. Thank you, Kelly, for bringing your lov ... Read More
  • Fog Lit Festival
    ​Emma Thorne, a grade 11 student at Hampton High School has won first prize in the Youth Poetry Category at the Fog Lit Festival Emerging Writer’s Awards.  She was awarded $1000  for her poem, The Hidden World.  Emma’s poem will be published in the Fog Lit Journal. ... Read More
  • Hampton Elementary School Greenhouse YouTube Channel
    ​ Hampton Elementary School students are active participants in reducing waste, conserving energy, caring for the environment, and educating families and the community about the importance of composting, recycling, gardening, and being responsible eco-citizens. What you might not know is that our HES Greenhouse team just launched our very own Youtube channel! This student run channel will provide information about how our greenhouse functions, t ... Read More
  • Spring 2016 Performance In ASD-S
      Title School Location Dates & Times Price “Mary Poppins” Sussex Regional High School Sussex Regional High School March 22-24 at 7:30pm March 26 at 2pm and 7:30pm $12 $10 matinee IB Art Show at the Saint John Arts Centre Saint John High School Saint John Arts Centre March 18 to April 29 free The Music Man St.Malachy’s Memorial High School St. Malachy’s High School March 31 to April 2 at 8:00pm , 2:00pm matinee on April ... Read More
  • Sir James Dunn Academy of St Andrews has been selected as one of top 11 finalists in the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Challenge
    ​Sir James Dunn Academy of St Andrews has been selected as one of top 11 finalists in the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Challenge. As a finalist, they have won $20,000 in Samsung technology.  Now they need your votes to win one of the top 2 prizes. If they are one of the top 2 school finalists, they will win an additional $50,000 in Samsung technology. You can vote once per email address during the voting period, which runs until April 18th. Please ... Read More
  • Renaming of Fundy High School
    ​ The ASDS School District is preparing the transition of grade 6 students to Fundy High School for September 2016, making both a middle school and a high school within the building.    A committee was struck to help provide input on the organization of the middle level.  One of the committee’s requests was a renaming of Fundy High School to reflect grades 6-12 housed within.   There will be one name for the entire building, but it can contain ... Read More
  • Welcome Teams Needed
  • Household Items and Furniture Needed
  • SJHS Junior Varsity Boys Claim Title
    ​The Saint John High Junior Varsity Boys has claimed the Provincial Basketball title this year. This was the first provincial basketball title for the school's Junior Varsity Boys Basketball team who put in a tremendous effort, finishing with a 36 - 1 record.  The Mill Rats were gracious supporters to have both teams introduced and honored at their game on February 18th. It will be exciting to see if two more ASD South teams can capture their ... Read More
  • Deer Island School Students and Staff Celebrate Pink Shirt Day
  • River Valley Middle School Celebrates Heritage Fair & Pink Shirt Day
    ​On Wednesday, February 24th, River Valley Middle held both their Heritage Fair and Pink Shirt Day. Our Raiders prepared a wide range of spectacular Heritage Fair Projects. Mme Shelley Petit organized our school wide fair which was held Wednesday evening. We’d like to congratulate all Raiders who participated and to the winners: Grade 6 English – Annika Dunham (1st), Lacey Dunham (2nd), & Catherine Casey (3rd), Grade 6 FI – Nadia Neilson &am ... Read More
  • Apohaqui and Norton Enjoy TNB Young Company Production
    ​It was a full house in the AES gym on Thursday when Apohaqui Elementary hosted Norton Elementary students for a TNB performance of ‘The Space Between’. The presentation was great! The students were interested and engaged throughout. Thank you to Josh Britten who placed the call, invited NES, and arranged this for all of us. It was a great way to bring culture to many students who might not otherwise have had the chance to experience it! ... Read More
  • Sir James Dunn Academy Celebrates Pink Shirt Day
  • KVHS Basketball Team Wins Provincials
    The Kennebecasis  JV girls basketball team won provincials and recorded an incredible 28-0 season!   They were also honoured at a local Millrats game! Congratulations!   ... Read More
  • Belleisle Elementary School Students Give Warm Welcome to Syrian Families
    ​“Kindergarten and Grade 1 students at Belleisle Elementary School wanted to give a warm welcome to the children of Syrian refugee families. Mr. Isaac Jones, with the support of Mrs. Dianne Keith and Ms. Heather Folkins, had their students create Welcome to Canada cards containing personal messages. Officials and volunteers of the Syrian Refugee Response program of the Greater Saint John YMCA’s Newcomer Connections were touched by the initiative ... Read More
  • St. Stephen Middle School Donates to Food Bank
    ​The staff at St. Stephen Middle School appreciates the great work done by our local  food bank. And so we filled our ASD-S appreciation gifts with non-perishable food items and, with the help of some students, delivered them to the Volunteer Center. CELEBRATE! ... Read More
  • DEC Elections - Candidate Information Sessions
    ​ District Education Council (DEC) Candidate Information Sessions:   District Education Councils will be elected on May 9, 2016.  It is important for the DECs to have candidates who are committed to education and willing to invest time into making good policy decisions for all of our students and schools.  District Education Council Manager, Stacey Brown will be available to discuss the role of the DEC and becoming a candidate at the followin ... Read More
  • Apohaqui Elementary Celebrates Literacy Week!
    ​Apohaqui Elementary School’s Literacy Week was celebrated in a grand way this year! The students were treated to a visit from three Saint John Millrats players emphasizing that ‘The Most Important Thing is Education!’ There were Literacy Police patrolling the halls and ticketing people caught reading so they could be entered into a draw for Scholastic coupons. A large group of parents and grandparents turned out to join us for a Read-In event – ... Read More
  • Illuminate! Shedding Light on STEM Careers!
    ​Join Science East Science Centre at Bayside Middle School for Illuminate! Shedding Light on STEM Careers! Get an inside look at how science, technology, engineering and math are being used by professionals in our community every day! Step into their shoes, handle tools and equipment and get inspired!   Illuminate! takes place on Wednesday, March 2nd from 6:00-7:30 pm at the Bayside Middle School Gym. Open to the public. Admission is Free. ... Read More
  • Environmental Science 120 Class at KVHS:
    ​Amy Peters lead the following activity with her Environmental Science 120 Class at KVHS:  Mactaquac Dam is nearing the end of its life and NB Power was asking for public input on the three options for the future of the dam (upgrade it for power generation, keep just the dam, but no power, or remove the dam and return the river to its natural flow). I used this to introduce the topic of power generation in my class. Once we had studied the all ... Read More
  • St. Patrick’s K-Kids Support Syrian Newcomers
    The K-Kids (Kiwanis Kids) of St. Patrick’s School spent a morning at the Syrian NewcomersClothing Centre at Lorne School last week. Part of the mission of K-Kids is to help their community. The students worked hard by cleaning up the clothing that was on display and opening more of the many donated bags of clothing, shoes and toys. We discovered some of them are excellent folders … they must help out a lot at home too. They were especially ex ... Read More
  • Best Buy Donates Time and Technology to Language Learning Centre
    ​ASD-S would like to CELEBRATE Paul Morell and his staff from Best Buy.  On Friday, February 12th, Paul and 4 of his staff came to the Language Learning Centre at Prince Charles School to donate 3 iPad Mini’s to the students at the Centre.  While we were thrilled with this donation, the students were most excited that they took the time to sit with them and showed them how to use the equipment.  These folks were genuinely engaged with the studen ... Read More
  • Quispamsis Middle School Changes the World for Haiti
    ​The Triple C members at Quispamsis Middle School are pleased to announce that they have completed their two-year fundraiser and have raised over $10,000.00 to build a school in Haiti through Free The Children. Through various activities such as sock hops, recycling, raffles, and community service projects, the students of Quispamsis Middle School have made an impact for the people of Haiti. Congratulations and thank you for making this world a ... Read More
  • Child Safety Breakfast Panel
    ​Following recent events in our city, and considering the heightened awareness of Child Safety issues, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Saint John feels this discussion needs to happen in order to educate and address the risks, preventable measures and actionable steps that can be taken when working with youth. Big Brothers Big Sisters has long been a well-known and respected organization dedicated to the cause of providing mentors for children and ... Read More
  • Saint John High School Open House
    ​​Grade 8 students and their Parents / Guardians are invited to  Saint John High School's Open House  on February 11th at 6:30 pm.     At Saint John High we strive to live up to our Motto: Vita Vitalis, A Life Worthwhile.  Students are encouraged to make a difference in their community and excel in their  areas of interest, either through the New Brunswick High School  curriculum,  Advanced Placement (AP) program,  or the International Baccala ... Read More
  • Harbour View High School Open House February 8th
    ​If you are a grade 8 student, we invite you and your family to take a student-guided tour of our facilities. Look around, ask questions, and learn why you’ll want to be a member of the HVHS family.  Our students and staff have prepared an informative evening . . . JUST FOR YOU. When: February 8th, 2016 , 6:30pm Where: School Auditorium For more information call 658-5359 ... Read More
  • St. Malachy's Memorial High School Open House
    ​Parents/Guardians & future Saints are invited to the STM Open House!  We welcome you to learn more about St. Malachy's Memorial High School at our Open House on February 9th at 6:30 p.m. With a diverse faculty and student body working together in dynamic classes, you will have many opportunities to engage, question, and discover how to use your strengths to make a positive difference in your community and prepare you for the ever changing ... Read More
  • Harbour View High School Community Garden/Outdoor Classroom
    ​Harbour View High School Environmental Science students are building a School and Community Garden/Outdoor Classroom. JDI Ltd. has made a generous lumber donation that will be used to build a fence, raised beds and benches for the garden.  As well, HV has recently received funding from the Learning for a Sustainable Future EcoLeague Action Project. This grant will be used to purchase two compost containers and lumber.    ... Read More
  • World Wetland Day
    ​Feb 10 – Simonds High School is celebrating World Wetland Day! We have an exciting day planned, which involves outdoor, cross-curricular, educational events. These sessions are taught by many different members of provincial environmental organizations, including: Aster Group, Parks NB, UNB Sustainability, Conservation Council of NB, Great Minds Think Outside and NBTA retired teachers. Scheduled activities include: wood carving, biodiversity gam ... Read More
  • Warm Up To Winterfest
    ​At the 5th Annual Warm Up to Winterfest Event at Market Square on Sunday Jan 24/16, Kaley Sherwood (Rothesay Park) was cooking up a storm with Vanessa Yurchesyn, Reg. Dietitian  from the Atlantic Superstores.     ... Read More
  • Literacy Night on Campobello: Camp - Read- A- Lot
    ​Wednesday night the CICS cafeteria became Camp-Read-A-Lot.  There were several fun, literacy- related activities:  Reading Under the Stars, Fishing for Word Families, Drive In Theatre, ABC Camping Words, Cozy Campfire, S’more Station, Nature Hunt and Tent Time.  As the children arrived, they were given a program and instructions to follow the path and signs to visit each activity.  Fun was had by all! ... Read More
  • St. Martins School Celebrates Family Literacy Day
    ​On Wednesday, January 27, St. Martins School celebrated Family Literacy day by having parent and community volunteers come into the school to read to the students. Each volunteer read to four different groups of K-5 students over the hour.  That night, parents were encouraged to read with their children and take a selfie of them reading and send it to the school for the Literacy Wall of Fame. ... Read More
  • Seawood School Lends a Hand to Syrian Newcomers
    ​Seawood School is celebrating The Syrian Families and is happy to have collected and donated 3 boxes full of supplies! ... Read More
  • Children's Stage Adventures at Deer Island Community School
    ​All students of Deer Island Community School participated in the performance of Children’s Stage Adventures “The Princess and the Pea”  .   ... Read More
  • ASD-S Response to Syrian Refugee Crisis
    ​ As you are aware, we have begun to welcome Syrian Newcomers to communities within Anglophone South School District. Canada has a long history of helping those in need and the Canadian government has pledged to increase its intake of refugees from Syria by 25,000.  As millions of Syrians continue to be displaced due to conflict in their home country the Government of Canada is working with Canadians, including private sponsors, non-government ... Read More
  • ASD-S Celebrates Internet Safety Week, February 8th-12th
    ​ The week of February 8th-12th, ASD-S will celebrate Internet Safety Week. Tuesday, February 9th is known as “Safer Internet Day.” ( The theme this year is Play your Part for a Better Internet. Students in grade 3 & 4 are being introduced to the Zoe and Molly Online safety kit; an exciting new educational tool to help teachers and parents teach their children how to stay safe online.  Inform ... Read More
  • Hampton Elementary School Celebrates Family Literacy Day
    ​Hampton Elementary joined in the celebration of Family Literacy on January 27!  This included a book swap among students of over 300 books!  In the photo below Hillary Simpson considers her choice of book from the collection.   ... Read More
  • Belleisle Elementary School Student Wins Art Contest
     Nestle Water had a contest “draw a label” for a prize of free markers. Alyssa Vail entered the contest and about 3 week later she got the markers in the mail. Thinking nothing else about the contest she got an email which said “Congratulations, Alyssa, you won the ‘draw a label’ contest and your drawing will be printed on bottles of Nestle Water and you will receive a gift basket. Alyssa was over the moon. On January 21, 2016 was the first day ... Read More
  • Fairvale Elementary School Organizes Clothing Drive
    ​Fairvale Elementary School would like to celebrate their student lead We Day Team for organizing a clothing drive for incoming Syrian Newcomers. The kids have done a fantastic job organizing the clothing drive and have a large assortment of clothing to show for their hard work! ... Read More
  • Grand Manan Community School: 1st Annual Volunteer Fair
    ​Grade 9 Personal Development & Career Planning recently held a Volunteer Fair at GMCS. Various community groups were invited to participate, and the class created presentation boards and table displays for them. Each organization was interviewed to find out about their needs, and how students might get involved as a volunteer. Groups included Grand Manan Animal Welfare League, GM Fire Department, Rotary Youth, Community Life Church Young ... Read More
  • Bell Canada Let's Talk Day At Sir James Dunn Academy
    ​At Sir James Dunn Academy the Grade 6’s celebrate Bell Canada Let’s Talk Day   ... Read More
  • Sir James Dunn Academy Students Spend Time with Prime Minister & Veterans Affairs Minister
    ​The SRC and Grad Class Executive  from Sir James Dunn Academy celebrate meeting Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and MLA Karen Ludwig.  Our students helped serve at a spaghetti supper put on in the Prime Ministers honour. Our SRC at Sir James Dunn Academy celebrates meeting Veterans Affairs Minister Kent Hehr at a dinner for the Prime Minister ... Read More
  • KVHS & QES Team up For French
    ​Grade 11 PIF students from KVHS prepared special French stations to use while instructing the Grade 5 Intensive French students from QES. It was a wonderful afternoon!    ... Read More
  • Collection for Syrian Families
    ​The River Valley Middle School Me to We group would like to thank Mr Shiels, Mrs McGrath and Mrs Sawyer for allowing us to collect both new and gently used clothing, canned goods and school supplies both Thursday Night (Jan 14) at the annual East/West Basketball games, as well as this weekend (jan 15-16) during the RVMS Hoops Classic. Members of our Me to We group will be on hand all weekend to collect these items, as well as any other donati ... Read More
  • Mock Trial At Sir James Dunn
    ​Sir James Dunn Academy celebrates our Law class’s Mock Trial in collaboration with our community. ... Read More
  • Support For Syrian Family
    ​ATTENTION SAINT JOHN- REACHING OUT FOR SUPPORT- Another large Syrian Family has just arrived. There is no Welcome Team for them ....yet. They need a PLAYPEN or 'travel bed' and a STROLLER. A Welcome Team will help them to feel at home in a strange country. They will take turns checking in on the family and will communicate with phone apps and the help of volunteers at the hotel. They will help to assure they find an apartment placement, receive ... Read More
  • Fundy High School Dinner Theatre
    ​Making the Choice PDF Making the Choice Powerpoint     IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL GRADES 2 & 5 PARENTS Information Nights, regarding program selection for September 2016, will be held according to the following schedule. The information will be provided on options for the Grades 3 and 6 students:  English Prime Program, Early French Immersion Program and the Late French Immersion Program. Parents/guardians are invited to whichever meet ... Read More
  • 5th Annual Warm Up to Winterfest-Community Wellness Fair
    ​5th Annual  Warm up to Winterfest Sunday Jan 24/16 1-4:00 p.m. @ Market Sq. Come in from the cold and join us for the 5th Annual Warm Up to Winterfest event on Sunday, January 24th, 2016, from 1pm until 4pm in the atrium of Market Square. This is a free event for people of all ages to visit a variety of wellness/community information booths and have the opportunity to fill out a passport to win a prize, to be entertained by performances on th ... Read More
  • Sir James Dunn Academy Celebrates Gold Medal Winner
    ​ SJDA celebrates Signe Anderson (grade 8) for winning a gold medal for Grade 5 Cello (Royal Conservatory of Music)  ... Read More
  • Seawood School Creates Tree of Kindness
    ​ For the month of December Seawood School celebrated kindness from K-5!  When the students or staff were caught being kind their name was added to the kindness tree on an ornament.   oan o ornamentornament.  ... Read More
  • River Valley Me to We Group Spreading Holiday Spirit
    ​The River Valley Me to We group has been busy spreading holiday spirit.  They have been selling Christmas Cards designed by local artists in conjunction with the SJ anti-poverty initiative.  The students have raised a little over $300.00 for the initiative and chose to use their portion of the fundraising, which totaled $150.00, to purchase gifts for the Centennial School Christmas Bazaar. As well, our group, with the assistance of our teacher ... Read More
  • Deer Island Community School Celebrates With Whoville Dinner and Buddy Benches
    ​Deer Island Community School celebrating the Holiday Season with their annual Whoville Dinner.   Deer Island Community School celebrates with teacher Charleen Grandy, Irving Oil Community liason Barry Ogden, and several Deer Island Community School students as they pose on their new 'Buddy Bench', which was donated by Irving Oil.   ... Read More
  • Millidgeville North Students Give Back to SPCA
    These students at Millidgeville North School made bookmarks by hand and sold them to school mates to raise funds to support SPCA. ... Read More
  • M. Gerald Teed Celebrates Diversity
    ​M. Gerald Teed School celebrated the many diverse cultures at our school on Friday December 11th with our Multicultural Holiday Fair.  There were 10 different cultures represented to share their holiday traditions.  The students learned a lot while having fun. Thank you to the Home and School for their hard work organizing this exciting morning! ... Read More
  • Canada Day 2016 Annual Youth Arts Competition
  • Sir James Dunn Academy Shares Festive Spirit in Decorating
    The Grade 9 Students at Sir James Dunn Academy decorated  rooms at the Ross Memorial Museum for their Christmas Open House. Thank you for sharing your time with the community. ... Read More
  • Fairvale Elemtary School Celebrates the Holiday Season
    ​Fairvale Elementary  School would like to celebrate Jennifer Russell for all of her hard work on this years Gr. 1-5 Christmas concert.   Fairvale Elementary would also like to celebrate their students, in particular their We Day Student Team,  for organizing and bringing in many food items and toys for our Toy and Food Drive.   Fairvale Elementary would like to celebrate Marin MacPherson for creating the winning design for the district hol ... Read More
  • Back Bay Home & School Supports Turkey Dinner
    ​The great Home and School Committee at Back Bay Elementary School put on their annual Free Turkey Dinner on December 11.  Each Christmas, they organize and cook a full, free turkey dinner for the whole school in the gym.  They always go to a lot of effort and planning for this event.    Volunteer Sadie Gagner serving cookies to Grade 5 students (left to right), Cameron Derrah, Abbigayle Hanley, Alexis Graham, Sarah McGarrigle and Chloe Miles-F ... Read More
  • ASD-S Announces Christmas Card Design Winners for 2015...
    On December 14, 2015 Superintendent Zoë Watson presented Marin MacPherson, a grade 5 student at Fairvale Elementary School with a framed copy of her winning Christmas card design at the school's Christmas concert.  District Staff were asked to vote on each elementary school entry by placing 'dots' on their favourite card designs.  Winner of the Christmas card design to be used by the Child & Youth Advocate's office was Emma Landry, a grade 5 ... Read More
  • Norton Elementary School Appreciates Community Involvement
     Norton Elementary School celebrates the involvement of their community in helping them with many special events the past few weeks!  November was a time to focus on careers and goal-setting and they did so with the help of parent and community volunteers  - Cathy Mahoney, Jill Chiasson, Jill Parlee, Alan Lackie and Sherry Lackie who all took the time to share information about their careers with the students.  Their parent group held a successf ... Read More
  • Donation For St. Stephen Elementary School
    ​Rose Hamilton the manager of the St. Stephen KFC dropped off a cheque for $824 today towards the St. Stephen Elementary breakfast program.  KFC’s World Hunger project donates the profits from selling bags of ice to support local school nutrition programs.  In the picture attached Thora O’Brien, the SSES Administrative Assistant, is accepting the cheque from Rose Hamilton from KFC. ... Read More
  • Sir James Dunn Academy Helps Fellow Student
    ​SJDA  celebrates two Culinary Tech Students who volunteered four hours of their time to help at a benefit dinner at Kingsbrae Gardens for one of their students who is in the IWK.   ... Read More
  • Vincent Massey Elementary School Celebrates the Arts
    ​VMES celebrates art. Sunbury Shores Artists held evening art sessions  on painting , sketching, pottery and stained glass  for all participants .  Visitors also got a chance to see the traveling  Van Go art display created by NB Artists.  VMES celebrates theatre with the Calithumpians who performed "Yes I Can" , an environmental musical. The group also provided a drama workshop for grade 5 students.   ... Read More
  • Sir James Dunn Academy Win Tournament in Grand Manan
    ​ SJDA celebrate winning the Danielle Park Memorial Tournament in Grand Manan   ... Read More
  • Successful Book Fair at Millidgeville North School & Empty Stocking Fund Generosity
    ​Millidgeville North School Celebrates the  MNS Home and School Committee for organizing a very successful Scholastic Book Fair at school in support of Literacy at MNS.  A big thanks to Chairperson  Mrs. Louise Kinney and her team of parent volunteers for all their hard work!   Millidgeville North SchoolS Celebrates the MNS Elementary and Middle School Choir for a wonderful presentation at the Empty Stocking Fund.  The 66 students were Direct ... Read More
  • Ring A Bell Campaign at Millidgeville North School
    ​The students and staff at Millidgeville  North School kicked off the week by having MLA Trevor Holder speak to the importance  mental fitness and Youth Mental Health awareness. Students and staff  spent the week participating in a variety of Mind-Up activities in preparation for a school wide Ring A Bell campaign in the gymnasium. Members of the  District Office staff and Early Childhood Education joined in the awareness campaign this week.  A ... Read More
  • Prince Charles School Decorates With a Canadian Theme
    ​Every year, the entire school at Prince Charles creates decorations to decorate the holiday tree at JDI.  This year, with all of the newcomers to Canada, they decided to decorate the tree in a CANADIAN theme to share their patriotism.  They even added some Tim Horton’s cups!  Three cheers to Mrs. Nice who plans the decorations, oversees the creation of the ornaments in each class and takes the children over to decorate the tree. One of the deco ... Read More
  • Kindness and Christmas Float Celebrated at Fairvale Elementary School
    ​ Fairvale Elementary School Celebrtaed  Kindness Week and want to thank Michelle Beaudet for all of the awesome activities set up for the students for Kindness Week. Kids have been making pledges to be kind on our kindness graffiti wall and celebrating acts of kindness they see around the school. Fairvale and their amazing Home and School volunteers as well as staff and students did a fantastic job on their "Despicable Me" inspired C ... Read More
  • Hampton Middle School Students Earn Opportunity at We Day
    ​Hampton Middle School would like to celebrate our ‘Me to We’ students who earned the privilege of attending “We Day” in Halifax last week. Our students had an amazing time and came home to HMS feeling energized, inspired and ready to change the world one small act at a time. The team is pictured here with Craig Kielburger, founder of the movement. ... Read More
  • Hampton Middle School Planning for Community Garden
    ​Hampton Middle School would like to celebrate the teachers, students, parents and community volunteers who have begun the planning and construction in preparation for planting in our community garden coming this spring.     ... Read More
  • Bayside Middle Awarded $5000.00 to Enhance Classroom Libraries
    The staff and students of Bayside Middle School were pleased to be awarded $5000.00 from the Indigo Adopt a School Program. These funds will be used to purchase age appropriate materials to supplement classroom libraries. This award was given to the school by the staff of Coles - Brunswick Square who adopted Bayside Middle School as part of the Indigo Love of Reading Foundation Grant. In addition to Bayside Middle, nineteen other Canadian school ... Read More
  • Sussex Middles Kicks Off Year With Many Accomplishments
    ​Terry Fox Fundraising Campaign We had another very successful campaign this year raising $4760 for cancer research. We presented Gwen Smith-Walsh, Terry Fox Foundation provincial director for NB and PEI, with a cheque on Oct. 28th. She stated that we were the #1 Terry Fox School in NB….something to be very proud of. Hats off SMS.      Noah Gibbons-Salib, Alexis Moffett, Helen Hunt, Kaedy Baird and Grace White were recognized as Outstanding T ... Read More
  • Deer Island Community School celebrates their Royal Canadian Legion Remembrance Day poster/writing contest winners and National Jersey Day.
  • Saint John High School Holiday Bazaar 2015
  • Sir James Dunn Academy Celebrates Diversity and Respect Week
  • River Valley Student Wins Governor General's Caring Canadian Award
    ​Congratulations to Colin O'Brien- president of River Valley's Me to We club- He has been awarded a Governor General's Caring Canadian Award. As well, Colin, Jaide Cashin and Ashley Nutter have all been asked to speak on a discussion panel at the Evening of Champions- occurring the night before We Day. Congratulations to them all...and keep Being the Change! ... Read More
  • St. Martins School Celebrates the Mills Rats visit.
    ​Coach Spon and Denny from the Saint John Mill Rats visited with the students and spoke about setting and achieving goals both in school and in their everyday lives. Coach Spon talked about his experience with coaching many successful teams and Denny talked about his road to being a successful basketball player. The students had a Q&A session with the Mill Rats and got to see Denny slam dunk.  Thanks to coach Spon and Denny for their insight ... Read More
  • River Valley Students Selling Christmas Cards
    ​Let's Celebrate students doing the Right Thing for no Recognition... Students at River Valley are selling Christmas Cards designed by local artist..they are $5.00 a pack...and $2.50 of the proceeds go to the Anti-Poverty initiative and $2.50 will be used to help sponsor the Christmas Bazaar at Centennial School. Way to go guys..keep being the change!     ... Read More
  • Tunes For Tech 9 at Bayside Middle School
  • River Valley Middle School Me to We Group
    ​The RVMS Me to We group has been very busy Being the Change the Want to See in the World! Our students collected enough food during our Food Drive to fill the interior and cab of 2 Ford F!50 trucks, as well as collected an additional $183.00 for the River Valley Food Bank. The group also hosted the IG speaker's tour on Diversity and 25 students attended a full day workshop on creating change through acceptance and tolerance. ... Read More
  • Saint John and Area School String Program - Beginning Violin Lessons
    The Saint John and Area School String Program (previously District 8) is starting a beginning violin class in January 2016. The String Program operates within the Anglophone South School District and is open to any student in Anglophone South. The normal starting age is grade 3, but older students may also join.  Parents are responsible for transportation to and from the violin lessons and to provide their child with an instrument. There are a ... Read More
  • Belleisle Elementary School Celebrates Be A Buddy Campaign
    ​BES celebrates its Be a Buddy Campaign promoting a positive approach to peer relationships.  Through the Be a Buddy campaign, students will develop essential skills related to working with their peers, allowing them to feel more confident and competent when making decisions. This leads to our goal of having students create a school atmosphere of connectedness through healthy and supportive relationships, thereby leading to improved mental fit ... Read More
  • Island View School Holiday Craft Fair
    ​The Home and School Association of Island View School is hosting the 2nd Annual Holiday Craft Fair.  This was an amazing event last year is shaping up to be another excellent fair.  This is an open event for the Greater Saint John Community ($2 entry fee, children are fee).  The fair will be held in the gymnasium of Island View School (496 Ridge Row in West Saint John) on Saturday, December 12th from 10:00am – 2:00pm.  This is an excellent oppo ... Read More
  • Island View School Extends Hour of Code Challenge To Area Schools
    ​Island View School is collaborating with our community to plan for the full participation of our K – 5 students in the International Hour of Code Event.  Island View School would like to extend a friendly challenge to other schools to participate to their fullest extent possible in this growing movement in education.  Learn more about how The Hour of Code movement keeps changing the world. Last year, New Brunswick had the highest per capita par ... Read More
  • Wacky Science Day at Beaconsfield Middle School
  • M. Gerald Teed Hosts Holiday Market
    ​This is an Open Invitation to all members of the Greater Saint John Community to partake in a Holiday Market being sponsored by the M. Gerald Teed Home & School Association. The market will be held in the gymnasium of  M. Gerald Teed School on Saturday, November 28th from 10:00am -2:00pm, don’t miss out on those handmade gifts for your loved ones this Holiday Season. We will have many local vendors, many of whom you will know from the Kings ... Read More
  • Parent Information Session on Drugs & Alcohol at Belleisle Regional High School
    ​Presented by  Belleisle Home and School Thursday November 19, 2015                                                   Guest Speaker: Andrew Middleton 7:30-8:30                                                                     Belleisle Regional High School   Parent Information Session This is an information session to get parents thinking about realities of drugs and alcohol in today’s youth culture, learn about the method and approach ... Read More
  • Kindergarten Students Donate to Breakfast Program
    ​We recently had two of our Kindergarten students at VMES,  Kai Kaneko and Rosie Ruckstuhl donate over two hundred dollars to our school Breakfast Program.  Kai and Rosie share the same birthday and asked for donations be given in lieu of presents.  We celebrate these amazing Kindergarten students!!!!!! ... Read More
  • Successful Auction at Belleisle Elementary & Belleisle Regional High School
    ​Belleisle Elementary & Belleisle Regional High School staff would like to celebrate the whole community for their support in producing another successful Home & School Harvest Auction. Many of our parents and community members put in a lot of time and effort to make this a success. We truly appreciate all of those who came out and helped to make this such a great day! ... Read More
  • Harry Miller Middle School Stop & Shop
    "Come to the HMMS Stop and Shop on Saturday, November 14th from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. where you will be able to shop from almost 35 vendors, buy books at our book sale and a sweet treat at our bake sale.  We also have a silent auction and raffle tickets for you to get some great Christmas presents for your family and friends. We hope that you will make some time in your morning schedule on Saturday to stop by Harry Miller Middle, found just b ... Read More
  • Schools celebrate Diversity and Respect Week
    ​Diversity and Respect Week begins Monday, Nov. 16 in New Brunswick schools as part of a provincial effort to support a safe, welcoming and affirming school environment for all students.   Diversity and Respect Week replaces Anti-bullying Week promoted in New Brunswick schools since 2012.   “We wanted to include a broader mandate for schools to celebrate the diversity of their students and of their communities, while focusing upon fostering ... Read More
  • School Sustainability Review - Morna Heights, Grand Bay Primary and Inglewood School
    ​ On October 14,  2015 the Anglophone South School District Education Council (DEC) voted in favour of engaging in a sustainability study under the process outlined in the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development Provincial Policy 409: Multi-year Infrastructure Planning, at Grand Bay Primary, Inglewood and Morna Heights School.  Read More here.   School Sustainability Review - Morna Heights Elementary School​ School Sustainabi ... Read More
  • Grade 9 Health Fair held at KVHS!
  • Sir James Dunn Academy Students Awarded Hockey Tickets
    ​At Sir James Dunn Academy we celebrate our October students who attended the Aces Home game in St. Stephen.  Teachers awarded the tickets to students who demonstrate great qualities. ... Read More
  • St. Stephen Elementary K-Kids Sock Hop supports Food Bank
    St. Stephen Elementary K-Kids Sock Hop on Friday, October 30th raised $87.90 and 58 kg of food items for the local food Bank.  The SSES K-Kids executive is pictured presenting this donation to Donna Linton, the Coordinator of the Volunteer Centre of Charlotte County.  The SSES K-Kids want to thank the students and staff of SSES for their great support of this Sock Hop fundraiser! ... Read More
  • School Closures Due to Inclement Weather Information
    ​Important Message to all Families   ANGLOPHONE SOUTH SCHOOL DISTRICT  SCHOOL CLOSURES DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER     Anglophone South School District is committed to the safe and efficient transportation of students and recognizes that it may be necessary to cancel a bus run(s), close school(s), or delay school opening to ensure students are not endangered by hazards brought on by poor weather or road conditions.  Our decisions must be made ... Read More
  • Rothesay Park School's 100th Birthday
    ​Please join us in celebrating   Rothesay Park School’s 100th Birthday! All Welcome November 27, 2015 1-4pm 7 Hampton Road Community Open House, School Tours, Old Photos, and Memorabilia Light Refreshments Will be Served ... Read More
  • "United Five" Gives Back to United Way
    ​5 recipients of United Way funding  in Charlotte County (aka ‘United Five’) partnered to put on an auction and dinner at the NBCC to “Pay It Forward” to the United Way. The five partners were Fundy Transition House, Dial-A-Ride, Boys & Girls Club, F.A.C.E. (Fun FRIENDS).,  and Milltown Elementary School. We are pleased to announce that this fundraiser allowed us to give back $4, 233 to the United Way! ... Read More
  • Sir James Dunn Academy Shares Halloween With Passamaquoddy Children’s Centre
    ​Sir James Dunn Academy celebrates sharing our Halloween costumes with the Passamaquoddy Children’s Centre. ... Read More
  • Seawood School Celebrates Partnership With Seniors and School Attendance
    ​ This week at Seawood the students celebrated some Spooky Fun with their friends over at the Senior's complex on Danell's Drive.  The children walked over for a little visit and got a treat too! Seawood also held their monthy Sunshine Awards assembly for October. The theme for October was "Attendance". This assemby is held each month with a student recognized from each grade.  They receive a certificate plus get to choose a prize fr ... Read More
  • Westfield School Annual Hair Donation Campaign was a Huge Success!
    We collected 22 ponytails on October 23rd.  That is enough ponytails to make almost 3 wigs.  Thank you to the following students and parents for donating their hair; Ashley Perry, Olivia Jordan, Bella Jordan, Olivia Calder, Ava Mason, Caylee MacLean, Rachel Speight, Abby Arthurs, Maloa Roach, Taylor Armstrong, Mlle Belyea, Adrianna Linero, Mrs. Gloria Donald, Ms. Heather Whittaker, Mrs. Melissa Speight, Julie Sullivan, Sara Ingalls, Natasha McLe ... Read More
  • Art Smarts Project at Belleisle Elementary
    ​Mr. Brent Bond and Miss Nadine McCullum’s application for the Arts Smarts project “We Can Publish our Stories – On Peut Publier Nos Histoires” has been approved. This is an opportunity for the Grade 5 students at BES to team with Acadian artist and children’s author and illustrator, Rejean Roy from Northern NB. This project will give the students an opportunity to write, illustrate and publish a class book related to the themes in the Grade 5 I ... Read More
  • St.Stephen High School Hosts 22nd Annual Post-Secondary Expo
    ​St. Stephen High School is pleased to be hosting its 22nd Annual Post-Secondary Expo on Tuesday, November 3rd.  We will be welcoming all grade 11 and 12 students from all over Charlotte County to SSHS to visit over 55 colleges and universities from Atlantic Canada.  As well, all representatives will be at St. Stephen High School for a public session from 5:30pm - 7pm in the St. Stephen High School gym.  We encourage all of Charlotte County to c ... Read More
  • St. Stephen Middle School Celebrates Partnership with NBCC St.Andrews
    ​NBCC St. Andrews and St. Stephen Middle School recently completed a wonderful partnership which has provided the school with an outdoor classroom.  The carpentry students at NBCC (three of whom were SSMS alumni) did an outstanding job. Students and staff are excited to put it to use.     ... Read More
  • Harbour View High Haunted Halloween
    ​​Location: Harbour View High: Entrance located near the shop doors on the first floor, 305 Douglas Avenue, Saint John, New Brunswick Time: October 30th, 2015,   Description:   It is that time of year again – time to experience the thrills and chills of the haunted halls of Harbour View High School. Please join us for a night of fun and excitement this coming Friday, October 3oth. Every year around the same time something mysterious ha ... Read More
  • 4th Annual Westfield Hair Donation Campaign
    ​Westfield is Celebrating their 4th Annual Hair Donation Campaign on Monday October 26th.   Are you thinking about chopping off your hair??? Before you do so, consider donating your hair in a meaningful way to help those in need, considering so many of us have loved ones who have been affected by cancer. If your ponytail is a minimum of 8 inches long (this includes bleached, dyed and gray hair), please let your hairstylist know beforehand and in ... Read More
  • M. Gerald Teed Celebrates Hands on Learning
    ​M. Gerald Teed celebrates hands on learning.  Thank you to the Saint John Astronomy Club for a great learning experience. This was certainly a wonderful celebration of our outdoor classroom and a wonderful focus for Family Fun Night. ... Read More
  • M. Gerld Teed Raises Money For Cancer Research
    ​Congratulations M. Gerald Teed school for raising $3794.31 from their Terry Fox walk for cancer research. Thanks to all of our supporters. Since our students raised over $2500.00, the staff of Teed performed a  'Chicken Dance' on Friday afternoon, Oct. 16! Last year M. Gerald Teed was fourth in New Brunswick schools for the amount of money raised. ... Read More
  • Sussex Bus Drivers Promote Cozy Coats to Help Kids Get Through Winter
    ​Cozy Coats was started by Karla Kilpatrick in 2013 to make sure children didn't have to stand shivering in the cold unnecessarily. McLean and other Sussex area school bus drivers , Shawney McLean, & Cathy Pascoe jumped on board with the idea and it's been a success ever since. They are accepting all types of winter attire , not just coats. Items can be dropped off at any of the three schools in Sussex as well as Apohaqui Elementary School, ... Read More
  • Sir James Dunn Academy celebrates our Junior Girls winning the Cross-Country Provincials for the second time in a row.
  • Bayside Middle Walks for Children's Wish Foundation
    ​On Thursday, October 15th, the staff and students of Bayside Middle School took to streets of East Saint John for the 14th annual Walk for Kaitlin. This fundraiser is Bayside's annual campaign to help raise money for families with terminally ill children to enjoy a wish. The students, staff, and Bayside community raised over $23,000.00 in less than two weeks. This brings the total amount raised to over $307,000.00 over the past 14 years. This w ... Read More
  • Student Vote Program at Vincent Massey Elementary
    ​Students at Vincent Massey Elementary participated in the Student Vote program through Elections Canada.Students studied the Canadian Government system and held a Federal Election through the Civix program. There are 700 000 students voting in over 7000 schools and VMES was thrilled to be part of this exciting program. The local paper came in and interviewed students who gave thoughtful answers showing their growth in learning about government ... Read More
  • Beaconsfield Middle School Fundraiser
  • Minister of Education & Early Childhood Development Announces Location of New West Side School
    ​ On Thursday, October 15, 2015 Minister of Education and Early Childhood Development Serge Rousselle was at Havelock School in west Saint John to announce the location of the new west side school. The new school will be located at the corner of Havelock Street and Fundy Drive.         In the picture from left to right are Hon. Ed Doherty, Minister of Supply and Services; Zoë Watson, Superintendent of Anglophone South School District; Min ... Read More
  • Back To The 80's at Saint John High School
  • Family Literacy Night at Milltown Elementary School With Rob Rayner
    ​ Milltown Elementary School Core Leadership team held their Family Literacy Night with author Rob Rayner to kick off  MES Reads - with one of his kids' books, "Libby's Got The Beat". All classes and staff have a copy of the book and are doing projects between now and the end of January and are planning a Family Literacy event in January to celebrate Libby!  Author Rob Rayner (a former principal in District 10) writes the following…. ... Read More
    ​Get your Christmas shopping done early at our Countdown to Christmas Shopping Expo! This event will be taking place at Silver Falls United Church on November 14th from 10am-2pm. We have tons of great vendors that will be selling jewelry, beauty products, essential oils, spices, mittens & much more! This is a cash only event with a small canteen on site. We will also be selling tickets on an amazing gift basket.   Plenty of local vendors o ... Read More
  • Sir James Dunn Academy Recognizes Students of the Month
    ​Sir James Dunn Academy celebrate Algonquins of the Month for Athlete of the Month, Student of the Month and Volunteer of the Month. ... Read More
  • St. Stephen Middle School's Annual Pre-Thanksgiving Food Drive
    ​On Wednesday October 7, St. Stephen Middle School students and staff completed their annual pre-Thanksgiving food drive.  This year, we are proud to report, we carried 6 973 pounds of food to the St. Stephen Volunteer Centre Food Bank, on a gorgeous autumn day.  Mme McGinn's Grade 6 class led the way amassing 1983 pounds, for an average of 84.2 pounds per student. Happy Thanksgiving to all.   ... Read More
  • Live & Learn Series at Touchstone Academy
  • M. Gerald Teed Annual Terry Fox Walk
    ​On October 2nd, 2015, the entire student population of M. Gerald Teed (191 students) held our annual Terry Fox Walk. We are pleased to announce that the students were able to raise $3794.31 for this fantastic cause. A huge thank you to all of the students and our entire school community for their overwhelming support.  Students put out a challenge to the teachers that if they were able to raise $2500, we would all do the “Chicken Dance”. As a r ... Read More
  • Anglophone South School District Kindergarten Registration 2016-2017
    ​ Kindergarten Registration for the 2016-2017 school year will take place on October 13th – 16th 2015 in all Anglophone South Elementary Schools. Parents may register their children at their neighbourhood elementary school during school hours. Kindergarten attendance is compulsory for all children who reach the age of five years on or before December 31st, 2016. Parents, however, may defer entry into Kindergarten until September of 2017 for ch ... Read More
  • St. Malachy's Memorial High School's "Run for Ray."
    ​On September 30th over 400 students, staff, alumni, and extended members of the St. Malachy's family took part in the "Run for Ray" in memory of teacher Ray O'Donnell. Over $12,000 was raised for cancer research in just two weeks and all funds were donated to the Terry Fox Foundation.  Despite forecasts of torrential downpours, the Saints came together and amazingly the rain held off for the entire event. We are ‪#‎STMProud of the com ... Read More
  • PSSC Fall Forums - October 2015
    ​The District Education Council will be hosting a PSSC Forum in each Education Centre:   Tuesday, October 13 at Hampton High School Wednesday, October 21 at St. Stephen Middle School Tuesday, October 27 at the Office of the Superintendent in Millidgeville   All sessions begin at 6:00 p.m. with a soup and sandwich supper and will wrap up around 8 p.m. or shortly after.    The evening is for all new and returning members, teacher represen ... Read More
  • Bullying Prevention and Youth Empowerment Tour at St. Patrick's School
    ​St. Patrick’s School Celebrates following your dreams and standing up to bullying with Canadian Country Music recording artist Ryan Laird! On Wednesday, September 23rd, Ryan visited the students of St. Patrick’s and Havelock schools while on his “Bigger than That” Bullying Prevention and Youth Empowerment Tour.  Ryan spoke about his own experience being bullied in school and how he learned to rise above challenges to attain his dream of a mus ... Read More
  • Forest Hills School Celebrates Giving Back
    ​Forest Hills School took part in a big Terry Fox Walk around our community this month in awareness and support of Cancer Research.  We raised $789.50 and donated to the Terry Fox Foundation. Forest Hills School also Collected thousands of pop or pull tabs in the Spring.  In early July we took them to the Westside Legion #69 Branch where they were very happy to receive them.  They will go towards the purchase of a wheelchair for someone in need. ... Read More
  • Sustainability Study for Lawrence Station Elementary School
    ​On May 13, 2015 the Anglophone South School District Education Council (DEC) voted in favour of engaging in a sustainability study under the process outlined in the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development Provincial Policy 409:  Multi-year Infrastructure Planning, Trigger Schools.… Read more here.   School Sustainability Review - Lawrence Station Elementary - October 2015 - Power Point ... Read More
  • Kettlebell Competition Fundraiser
  • Grand Manan & Fairvale Celebrate Service Dogs
    ​Grand Manan Community School and Fairvale Elementary School Celebrate being the FIRST schools in New Brunswick to have  service dogs on a full day schedule!  Introducing Jackson & his service dog Gracie & Oakley from Farivale. ... Read More
  • Retail Job Fair
  • Sussex Middle School Educators Finalists for the Governor General's Award
    ​Mme Lisa Sheppard, Mme Catherine Mornault and Dr.Brian Clancy from Sussex Middle School were shortlisted finalists for the Governor General's Award for Teaching Excellence in History. Through a co-teaching initiative, their grade 6 students wrote a book of short essays on Canada’s experience at Vimy Ridge and shared it with their global community. Dr. Clancy was interviewed for a pod cast in July about the project and the interview can be found ... Read More
  • 2015-2016 In-School Immunization Clinics
    ​During the week of September 21, 2015, this year’s  In-school Immunization Campaign will begin. Public Health Nurses, in partnership with Anglophone South School District, will offer school immunization clinics for grade seven, nine, and ten students.  Vaccines are free of charge and will protect youth against whooping cough, meningitis, and cervical cancers. New this year, a varicella vaccine is offered to protect against chickenpox. For detai ... Read More
  • Sweet Caroline Run
  • Harbour View High School Presents "Anything Goes"
    ​Harbour View High School presents Cole Porter's  "Anything Goes", a rollicking good time on the high seas.   Performances on Oct 8th, 9th, and 10th at 7:30 pm.  Tickets available at the school office, call 658-5359.  Reserved seating.  Adults $15/  Students & Seniors $12. So if you couldn't make that Caribbean cruise this year  you will want to grab your life preserver and join the cast and crew for fun in the sun at HVHS.     ... Read More
  • Fairvale Elementary School Celebrates Service Dog
    ​ Fairvale Elementary School Celebrtates  being the FIRST school in New Brunswick to have a service dog on a full day schedule!  Introducing Oakley!   ... Read More
  • Parent Communication Survey
    ​ Enhanced Family and Community Partnerships!    A survey has been created for use by all schools regarding communication with families.  This information will allow you to determine effective communication strategies for your school community. This is one of the goals of our District Improvement Plan  – enhanced family and community partnerships!   A link has been placed on the menu bar at the top of your school website that will take yo ... Read More
  • Hop for Muscular Dystrophy at Belleisle Elementary School.
    ​The staff of B.E.S. would like to celebrate all students, families and the community for their support with our "Hop for Muscular Dystrophy" fundraiser. B.E.S. ranked second in all of Atlantic Canada for their fundraising efforts. All our students worked very hard and it was great to see their commitment to a great cause. Way to go boys and girls! ... Read More
  • Add Star Power Back To School Eating !
    ​     FREE Event!   Add Star Power Back to School Eating! Join your in-store Registered Dietitian, Vanessa Yurchesyn on September 16th 5:30pm-7pm at the Rothesay Avenue Superstore, as she provides you with tips and tricks for packing healthy school-safe lunches. Children can attend with their parents and caregivers too!     Attention Parents and Caregivers of children ages 5 – 13! Are you looking for new, quick and easy lunchbox   ... Read More
  • Make Your Own Heritage Minute - Student Contest
    ​Have you ever wanted to make your own Heritage Minute? The Make Your Own Heritage Minute: Stories of Sir John A. Macdonald and the Fathers of Confederation Student Contest invites Canadian students and educators to explore the legacy of Sir John A. Macdonald and the Fathers of Confederation by creating their very own Heritage Minute-style video. Enter your video for a chance to win great prizes! A program of Historica Canada, the Contest is of ... Read More
  • Canada’s Outstanding Principals Program
    ​ Hello everyone,On behalf of Jon Powell, National Program Manager for The Learning Partnership’s Canada’s Outstanding Principals program, we are pleased to share with you the attached poster announcing our call for nominations for 2016.We look forward to another success year and appreciate your assistance in promoting this award, as it is huge support to us.If you have any questions about the program, please feel free to contact Jon Powell dir ... Read More
  • Canadian Mental Health Association of NB Programming
    ​CMHA of NB Saint John is pleased to announce our 2015-2016 program offerings! For more information on the programs offered, or to pre-register, please call us at 633-1705.  Please feel free to share this information with your networks.   ... Read More
  • Nominate Your Wellness Champion
    ​ Wellness Week in New Brunswick will be revealing, for the 3rd year, Wellness Champions from our community!  The Fundy Wellness Network will be holding several events during Wellness Week, October 1-7, 2015. In 2013 & 2014 we recognized the excellent work that people/groups are currently doing in our communities by honoring them as “Wellness Champions”. We hope to continue this year and celebrate with more champions and share their efforts ... Read More
  • Attendance Matters
    ​ The Anglophone South School District is pleased to introduce a new initiative called “Attendance Matters”. The Superintendent called for a working group to study student attendance in response to a heightened awareness/concern expressed by administrators, teachers, District Office personnel and by members of the District Education Council. With the startup of the 2015-16 school year the District will be launching an awareness campaign, “Atte ... Read More
  • Opening of Schools for 2015-2016 (Updated)
    ​ ANGLOPHONE SOUTH SCHOOL DISTRICT OPENING OF SCHOOLS FOR 2015-2016 Welcome back to all students and families from Grand Manan to Sussex Corner for the new school year! All Kindergarten children will enter school through a staggered entry process on September 8th and 9th, 2015 with half of the students attending each day.  All Kindergarten children will attend together on September 10th.  Schools will communicate to fam ... Read More
  • Support for Youth Canadian Chess Champion
    ​ "This month, ASDS staff and students participated in a unique fundraiser for Sam Song, the Saint John High school chess star who recently won the grade 9 division of the national scholastic tournament in Quebec City. Sam is going to Windsor, Ontario in July to play in the 2015 Canadian Youth Chess Championship (CYCC), in which the best young players in the country compete for the chance to represent Canada at the World Youth Chess Champio ... Read More
  • Vincent Massey Celebrates with Volunteer tea
    ​Vincent Massey’s Annual  Volunteer Tea was held last  week to celebrate  all those  who help to make VMES a great place to learn. Grade 5 students served the volunteers a homemade treat and thanked them for caring about them. Kindergarten and Grade 1 students sang their praise  and added  a little encouragement to come back again next year.   The tea was attended by more than 50 volunteers.  The staff , students and parents of VMES, thank the c ... Read More
  • Votes needed for Fundy High School Heritage Fair Winner
    ​Wesley Hatt, a grade 8 student at FHS, won the Young Citizen’s Award for his presentation on Weir fishing and was asked to submit a video about his Heritage Fair Project to a national competition. Wesley needs support in the form of votes.  Polls are open June 9 to July 5. There will be two people from New Brunswick attending The Youth History Forum being held in Ottawa in the fall. We are asking for your support to help him reach the next leve ... Read More
  • Our Canada – Mobiles in the Saint John City Market
    ​Now in its third year, the Saint John City Market “Mobiles in the Market” community art project has grown in both popularity and size and has become a highly anticipated display that excites both citizens and visitors to the Market. Over 400 hand-painted mobiles depicting Canadian icons – the beaver, canoe, loon, maple leaf, and Inuksuk – now hang from the Market rafters, where they will remain on display until late 2015.  This year’s project w ... Read More
  • ​Votes For Heritage Fair Project
    Josh DeJong, a grade 8 student at Quispamsis MIddle School,  was asked to submit a video about his Heritage Fair Project to a national competition. Josh needs support in the form of votes.  Polls are open June  9 to July 5. There will be two people from New Brunswick  attending The Youth History Forum being held in Ottawa in the fall. We are asking for  your support to help him reach the next level. The link to his video and voting is: http://w ... Read More
  • Draw It Art Contest for Canada Day on July 1st / The Knights of Columbus Substance Abuse Art Contest
    ​Abby Landers, grade 6 student won $50.00 for the middle school level.  Ana Jreige won the grand prize of $150.00  The contest was about drawing Canadian symbols to show our proud heritage and what the Canadian Flag means to us.  Please join us on July 1st at Market Square at ll:45 to celebrate Canada Day.   The Knights of Columbus Substance Abuse Art Contest had two provincials winners from Qusipamsis Middle School:  John Lee and Alyssa Whitt ... Read More
  • St Stephen Elementary Celebrate WiTS
    ​St Stephen Elementary School has been using their WiTS and now have a big reason to celebrate! A grade 5 student, Victoria Greencorn, has won first prize for the WiTS Poster contest. This contest was open to all 600 plus schools that use the WiTS Program throughout Canada and the United States. Victoria won the school a $500 gift certificate from Chapters, and her poster will be published in the upcoming WiTS calendar!   ... Read More
  • Island View ArtsSmarts Art Show with Deanna Musgrave - Tuesday at 5pm
    ​     The Art Show will take place on Tuesday June 9th from 5pm to 6pm and Ms. Musgrave will be in attendance.  Artwork will also be on display on Wednesday June 10th from 8:15 to 11:15 and 1pm-2:20 pm.     We hope that you will come to see the artistic creations of our grade 4 students.   ... Read More
  • Grants Awarded To Schools From Fundy Community Foundation
    ​ The Fundy Community Foundation, at their Annual General Meeting, awarded grants totaling 20150$ to Back Bay ES, Blacks Harbour S, Grand Manan CS, St. George ES, Campobello Island CS, Fundy HS, St. Stephen HS, Sir James Dunn Academy, Milltown ES, and St. Stephen MS. These grants will support a wide variety of academic, recreational and healthy living projects. ... Read More
  • Bayside's Sea of Red
    ​On June 4th, Bayside Middle School commemorated the one year anniversary of the deaths in the line of duty of RCMP officers Constables Douglas Larche, Dan Ross, and Fabrice Gevaudan. Staff and students wore red shirts and the auditorium became a Sea of Red. Constable Larche spent his junior high years at Bayside and three chairs in the auditorium have been dedicated to his memory.   ... Read More
  • St. Martins School Celebrates "Communiteers"
    ​At St. Martins School, we celebrate the volunteers from the "Communiteers" who help us plant edible food in the planter benches along Main Street.  Being part of this "Incredible Edible Project" allows the students to learn how to grow their own food and makes them feel connected to the community.  It is a wonderful opportunity to sit and enjoy some healthy food all summer long!  Please feel welcome to experience the "f ... Read More
  • St George Elementary School Partners With NBCC
    ​We would like to celebrate our Student Leadership team at SGES. During the month of May, our Grade 6 students worked in partnership with the Practical Nursing students from NBCC to plan and organize a health fair for the K-5 students at our school that took place on the morning of May 27th. This year's theme was positive self image and topics/stations ranged from stress reduction, anti-bullying, pay it forward, to being you-nique. It was a huge ... Read More
  • Industrial Mechanics Students at NBCC Saint John Donate Buddy Bench To MacDonald Consolidated School
    ​Children enjoying the new Buddy Bench at MCS, donated by Industrial Mechanics Students at NBCC Saint John ... Read More
  • St. Stephen High School Holds First Annual Yugioh Tournament
    ​On Friday, May 29th 2015, St. Stephen High School held the First Annual Yugioh Tournament. The dualist committee was the brains behind the tournament, composed of Ms. Norman (teacher facilitator), and four students: Emma Crossman, Hope Matheson, Jacob Borque and Mathew Cooke. The committee was proud of the turnout of tournament, having 14 duelists register. Four of the dualists were from St. Andrews and the remainder were from St. Stephen High ... Read More
  • Roots of Empathy in ASD-S
    ​The heart of Roots of Empathy is the neighbourhood parent and infant who join the Instructor in the classroom for Family Visits. Here are some of the 32 Anglophone School District South families and “tiny teachers” who participated in the 2014/2015 Roots of Empathy Program helping to celebrate the volunteers, at the River Lighthouse in Hampton (participating in the Saint John Education Centre and the Hampton Education Centre).  An Instructor vi ... Read More
  • Milltown Elementary Bike Rodeo & K-Kids Little Free Library
    ​These are pics from MES Kiwanis K-Kids Bike Rodeo on May 25.  The students worked the event – collecting donations, selling popcorn, water, and juice boxes, and selling tickets to win a new bike that was donated by Canadian Tire.  Lisa Williams, the Community Programs Officer with the RCMP, led the rodeo.  The students raised $164.15 for Relay for Life.  At the event, we held the grand opening of the K-Kids Little Free Library.  Everyone one is ... Read More
  • ASD-S CELEBRATES Sandra Watt, International Student Mentor at Princess Elizabeth School
    ​ASD-S CELEBRATES Sandra Watt, International Student Mentor at Princess Elizabeth School.  Sandra recently spearheaded a fundraiser with students at her school for the earthquake victims in Nepal.  The samosa sale, face painting, a sock hop and a penny drive raised approximately $300, to which the government will match so really $600.00.  As one of the students from Nepal said, "That's worth like $20,000 in Nepal”.   WELL DONE, PES and Sand ... Read More
  • Congratulations to Simonds High Cheerleaders
    ​The district would like to send out congratulations to the Simonds High School Cheerleading team for capturing the NBIAA provincial title earlier this month. We commend the team for their dedication, hard work and achievement. The district is proud of your achievement and compliment you on your success. ... Read More
  • Sir James Dunn Academy Leadership Forum
    ​We celebrate the Student Leadership Forum.  Our students worked with two special guests Bronwyn Tanner and Angela Keetch.  The purpose of the forum is to generate ideas for school improvement at Sir James Dunn Academy.  ... Read More
  • Dr.A.T. Leatherbarrow Primary School Celebrates "Art From the Heart"
    ​“Dr. A.T. Leatherbarrow Primary School would like to take this opportunity to CELEBRATE all of the staff, students, volunteers and families who are working tirelessly to make this year’s “Art From the Heart” on Thursday, June 4th, the best one yet. This annual event celebrates the arts through music and artwork created by the students of DATL. Also, this will be a special year as we will be celebrating the unveiling of our new outdoor classroom ... Read More
  • Hampton Middle School Drive 4 Ur School
    ​You are invited to come out to Hampton Middle School on Saturday, May 30th to test drive a new Ford Vehicle from Downey Ford in Saint John.  For every household that test drives a vehicle, Hampton Middle School will receive $20 which will be used towards outdoor equipment for the students.  We encourage you to preregister at    ... Read More
  • Sussex Middle School Celebrates Mental Health Awareness Week
    ​SMS took part in Mental Health Awareness Week a couple of weeks ago. Gwen McNight from the Mental Health had contacted prior to that week to see if my leadership group would like to help out with Kindness Day NB, which was part of Mental Health Awareness Week. We wore the yellow t-shirts that were given to us by mental health , and on Kindness Day the group handed out prizes (stress balls, pens, flashlights,..) to anyone and everyone who showed ... Read More
  • District Band Students play to packed Gym!
    ​Friday night was the scene of the District Band Spring Concert! 75 students played their hearts out and impressed their friends and family with their talents. Students were from EMNS and PES with experience ranging from first year to 4 year students. This impressive group recently brought home SILVER and the Venner Russel Memorial Award for highpoint district band at the Saint John Competitive Music Festival. Yes, the district band program i ... Read More
  • Hampton Elementary School Big Fair Day Fundraiser
    ​Hampton Elementary School Annual Big Fair Day Fundraiser Presented by HES Home and School Saturday, June 13th10-1PM Hampton Community Arena Come and enjoy a morning of music, games, Silent Auction, BBQ & Bouncy Castles! LOTS of prizes to be won! *money raised will be dedicated to playground renewal. ... Read More
  • Glen Falls School To Host Wellness Fair
    ​Glen Falls School will be hosting a Wellness Fair on Thursday, May 28, 6:00 – 7:30.  There will be 20 exhibitors promoting health, wellness and personal growth.  We have two guest speakers, Jeff Liberty (#Libertyslostyear) will be sharing his story, promoting mental health awareness and Janet vanWeiler, Dietician will be sharing healthy lunch box ideas.  Our evening will close with the performance our Grade 3 students have been working on in pa ... Read More
  • Spring 2015 Performances in ASD-S
      Performance School Dates Time Price Spring concert (celebrating 75 years of Disney music) K-Park Elem. May 21 6:30pm Free Spring Concert at PES PES,Bayside & Millidgeville North May 22 7:00pm   Evening of the Arts (art, music & drama) HHS May 26 7:30pm Free will Band Blitz 2015(all HVHS bands 9-12) HVHS May 28 7:00pm $5/ticket $20/family Make Lemons Hammond River Valley June 2 10am & 1pm Non-perishab ... Read More
  • Island View School Celebrates Win At Kangaroo Math Test
    ​Samrina Chohan, a grade one student at Island View School,  won a bronze medal in the Kangaroo Math Test held at UNB Saint John   ... Read More
  • Saint John the Baptist Coffee House Fundraiser
    ​June 3rd, 2015,  6-8pm Featuring a Silent Auction with donated items, as well as a selection of student art for sale. A selection of Desserts, coffee and tea will be served by Thandi's. Entertainments will be staged through the course of the event by SJB-KE Junior Spirit team and performances by music class students.  50/50 tickets and door prize will be offered. ... Read More
  • St. Malachy's High School Online Auction
    ​Who wants to start the summer with a week long stay at a rustic cabin with beach access?  How about 10lbs of fresh Atlantic lobster for a cook out or family BBQ?  Why not enjoy a round of golf at the Westfield Golf & Country Club?  The STM Booster Club is having an online auction fundraiser in support of athletics at the school. There are over 50 items up for bids valued at over $4000, including a rare limited-edition signed print of King S ... Read More
  • ASD-South Well Represented at the Canada Wide Science Fair
    For the first time in over 50 years, the Canada Wide Science Fair was held in New Brunswick, and ASD-South was well represented.  Over 900 of our students visited the exhibits and had hands on science experiences while visiting the fair.  ASD-S teachers served as committee volunteers, judges, and chaperones for Team New Brunswick, and we had 3 young scientists represent our district as participants.  Congratulations to Ben d’Entremont & Reil ... Read More
  • Saint John School Strings Perennial Sale
    ​Attention all music lovers with a green thumb. The Saint John and Area School String Program is holding its annual Perennial Sale on Saturday May 30th at the Family Centre behind St. Rose School from 9:00am - 12 noon.  There will be a huge selection of perennials available at great prices, as well as fresh baked goods on the Bake Sale table.  All remaining plants will be 50% off between 11am and 12 noon.  Plant donations are welcomed (672-4042 ... Read More
  • The 19th Annual Safe Kids Fun Day & Expo
    ​The Greater Saint John Safe Kids Committee is pleased to present: The 19th Annual Safe Kids Fun Day & Expo Saturday, June 6th, 10:30 - 2:30 Kiwanis Play Park @ Rockwood Park Come and enjoy Music, Free BBQ, Free Wagon Rides, and Draws for Free Helmets EVERYONE WELCOME For more information call 648-6056. In the event of rain, we will have to cancel the event.  Call the number above for a recorded message on June 6th if you are not sure ... Read More
  • RHS Students Celebrate the International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia & Biphobia
    ​This week in the Rothesay High School library students celebrated the International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia & Biphobia with rainbow cupcakes. Janice Jordan and Patty Johnston’s culinary tech classes made cupcakes for every student in the school in recognition of this day.  ... Read More
  • Deer Island Community School students and staff celebrated Mental Fitness week
    ​Deer Island Community School students and staff celebrated Mental Fitness week on Thursday, May 7th, under the guidance of ISD Child and Youth team member Erin Tweedie.  Ms. Tweedie provided green t-shirts for all students and staff, planned afternoon activities to promote a healthy mind, and concluded the celebration with snacks and refreshments. ... Read More
  • PALS Hampton School Celebrates Earth Day
    ​It  was an awesome day at the  PALS Hampton school as  Students celebrated Earth Day by working together to clean up garbage in the local community.  ... Read More
  • Belleisle Regional High School Job Fest 2015
    ​Another successful year at Belleisle Regional High School Job Fest! Congratulations to the nearly 40 Grade 11 students who participated in the event.   In April, the Work Room Coordinator presented to the grade 11 English classes on resume writing, cover letters, job search, and job interview skills. English teachers and the Guidance Counsellor took the lead in overseeing job applications from each student, who chose from a selection of mock ... Read More
  • Belleisle Elementary School Celebrates Mental Health Awareness week
    ​Belleisle Elementary School would like to celebrate all students and staff that helped to share information and participate during Mental Health Awareness week. A "Kindness Wall" was set-up in the main hallway of our school and all students and staff we encouraged to post sticky notes to share when they were being kind or when they saw someone else doing a kind act. As a school we made the commitment to post all week and it was wonder ... Read More
    ​On March 29, several Glen Falls School students from Grade 1 and 2 took part in the Canadian Kangaroo Math Competition held at UNBSJ.  The purpose of this competition is to introduce youngsters from grade 1 to grade 12 to math challenges in a fun and enjoyable way, thus inspiring their further interest and advancement in mathematics.  The competition is held yearly in many cities across the country.   We are so proud to announce that two of o ... Read More
  • Norton Elementary School Celebrates Family Fitness
    ​Norton Elementary School encouraged families to celebrate a healthy, active lifestyle at the 3rd annual Family Fitness Night.  Thanks to the presenters and to Mrs. Sampson for organizing a great event! ... Read More
  • A Presentation For Parents - "Exploring Barriers to School Success"
    ​ A Presentation for Parents “Exploring Barriers to School Success”   With Dr. Beth Seamans, Licensed Psychologist May 27th at 7:00pm Room 115, Ganong Hall, UNBSJ    FREE ADMISSION   About the Presentation: Children and adolescents who have difficulty at school can struggle in a numbers of ways. For example, they may have problems learning to read or remembering math facts. Some children struggle to attend and end up in trouble. Others ... Read More
  • Milltown Elementary School receives $1,000 of Books for Library
    ​Milltown Elementary School received an Amazon gift card for $1,000, from the Dairy Farmer’s Association of Canada, to purchase books for our library.  Our school was entered into a draw when we registered for their milk club…and we won the Grand Prize - $1,000.  We had a few options to choose from …and very quickly chose books as our prize, as our library was in great need of updating. In the pic – Melissa Brown, Principal,  Michelle Arseneau ... Read More
  • Sweet Caroline Foundation Presents Let's Talk Allergies
  • Hampton Middle School Skate To Care Team
    ​Here is a picture of Hampton Middle School's awesome Skate To Care Team!  These students helped serve a wonderful lunch to community partners on April 10th when our school hosted the first annual 'Lunch with the Arts'. This event raised $320.00 in support of Mental Health programs.  A huge thanks to these students, as well as Mme. Stevens, and Mrs. Mac Eachern who volunteered their time with us at the Skate to Care event on April 18th. ... Read More
  • Simonds High Student Wins Prestigious Schulich Award
    Philanthropist Seymour Schulich believes in supporting young minds and especially those who display great leadership qualities. Min Ji Kim, a Grade 12 student at Simonds High School, is on the receiving end of his philanthropy. She has been awarded a $60,000 Scholarship for furthering her studies in the field of Sciences at UNBSJ. Min Ji is one of 50 winners across Canada of the prestigious Schulich Leadership Award. The program was launched in ... Read More
  • Students Participate in New Brunswick Competitive Music Festival
    ​Lakewood Heights School has had a busy week participating in The New Brunswick Competitive Festival of Music In. on April 27th and 29th in the a.m..Every class in the school participated in the festival and had a wonderful learning experience. All grades and choirs sang extremely well from Kindergarten to grade 5. Lakewood Heights is proud to announce that the grade 2's received the David Thomson Memorial Trophy and James Venner Russell Memoria ... Read More
  • St. Martins School Lends Support Through School Spirit Day
    ​Staff and Students of St. Martins School held a School Spirit Day in support of a local family who are raising money for medical treatments. Together we raised over $400 for the family. Many students wore their school clothing or dressed in school colours. Thanks to all those who donated for this local cause. ... Read More
  • Sir James Dunn Academy Wins First Place for Grade 9/10 at Reach for the Top Provincials.
  • Harbour View High School Band Celebrates Successes
    ​Harbour View High School had 3 Bands and 141 students participate in The NB Competitive Music Festival on April 22nd. The Grade 9 and Senior Bands earned a Silver standard and the Grade 10 Band earned Gold. The Senior Band is travelling to Halifax for the Atlantic Band Festival this weekend.     ... Read More
  • United Commercial Travellers Safety Poster Contest
    ​Winners of the United Commercial Travellers Safety Poster Contest from Quispamsis Middle School are:  1st place:   Juluan Richard, 7 Carey   $100.00 2nd place:  Alli Henderson, 6 Lamey  $75.00 3rd place:   Trent Helm, 7 White       $50.00   2nd place:  Hailey Enman, 7 Carey     $75.00 3rd place:  Hailey Basque, 7 Herman  $50.00   Great effort students!   ... Read More
  • ROAR For Change – Prevent Child Sexual Abuse
    1 in 3 girls and 1 in 5 boys will have an unwanted sexual experience before their 17th birthday. This statistic motivated 25 year old Jessica Lanigan to create a non-profit organization in hopes of encouraging society to start talking about the issue of child sexual abuse. “ROAR For Change”, happening on Saturday May 16th from 7pm-9pm at the Imperial Theatre, is a celebration of becoming a registered non-profit organization, and symbolizes a shi ... Read More
  • Seawwod School Celebrates With Seniors
    ​The Seniors and Kids Intergenerational program (SKIP) at Seawood School and the resident's at Danell's Drive prepared for the "Celebration" of "Mother's Day" by making a booklet for their  significant "mother" in their life. ... Read More
  • Quispamsis Middle School Student Recognized for Committment to ALS Society of NB
    ​Jaxon Smit of QMS was recently announced as the recipient of an award from the ALS Society of NB for his ongoing commitment to raising funds. His Angels Team has raised an incredible $7000. For his exemplary community service, Jaxon has also been recognized by the school as the first recipient of the QMS Cougar Pride Award.   ... Read More
  • Celebrating Our Work Rooms
    ​The Work Rooms are “celebrating” our clients and the hard work they put into their job search.   This is Sheldon Demmons a Civil Engineer Technologist who has been using the services of the Work Room since January when he returned from the Oil fields in Fort MacMurray. He was very happy to come back to announce that he got a job in the Maritimes.   ... Read More
  • Regional Heritage Fair
    ​The Anglophone South School District invites the public to visit the Regional Heritage Fair being held at the N B Museum, Market Square on Thursday, May 7th,2015. Close to 70 students from grades 4 to 8 who were chosen at their school based fairs will be participating. Judging of their Heritage Projects will take place from 9:30 to 10:30. The Award Ceremony will take place in the Market Square Atrium at 6:30. Invited guests will include Her Hon ... Read More
  • Sir James Dunn Academy Celebrates Earth Day by Cleaning the Community
  • KVHS Wins 10th Reach for the Top Provincial Title in 11 Years
    ​On Saturday, Kennebecasis Valley High School’s Reach for the Top team was in Fredericton for the 2015 Provincial Championships which included 18 teams from across New Brunswick.  Reach for Top is a team trivia competition played by over 500 schools across Canada.    In the Senior Division, KV’s team, which included Sam Cookson, Andrew Hirtle, Chris Huddleston, Ryan Queen and Keegan Reynolds, were undefeated with 7 wins, beating Bernice MacNau ... Read More
  • Sir James Dunn Academy Celebrates school spirit day at SJDA.
  • Sweet Caroline Foundation 1st Annual Casino Night
  • Kettle Bell Challenge in Support of Princess Elizabeth School
  • Youth Employment Fund (YEF)
    ​ A new youth employment initiative has been launched by the Province of New Brunswick called the Youth Employment Fund (YEF).   To participate in this program a youth must; - Be legally entitled to work in Canada, -  Be unemployed, underemployed or working less than 15 hours per week, - Be between 18 and 29 years old (at least 18 years old but less than 30 years old at the time of applying), - Not be a full time student (Graduating high ... Read More
  • 1st Annual Quispamsis Fun Run and Swim
    ​Please join us for the 1st Annual Quispamsis Fun Run and Swim in support of PRO Kids Saint John. Participate in either a 1km kids fun run, The Wave 5km main event, or both! Registration fee includes the run, free swimming at the QPlex for the first 400 registrants, exciting door prizes, and great food from local merchants such as Vito’s, Subway, Tim Hortons, and Pete’s Frootique.   All proceeds will go to PRO Kids Saint John, a non-profit or ... Read More
  • Try a New Food Week at Back Bay Elementary
    ​Students at Back Bay Elementary School recently participated in a 2-week food challenge.  Each day a different teacher prepared a healthy, affordable food for students to try.  There were three rules for the Try a New Food Week:  (1) you should try it but you don't need to like it, (2) it had to be sourced locally at the community's only grocery store, and (2) it had to be affordable enough that parents could buy it to include in student's lunc ... Read More
  • Spring 2015 Performances in ASD-S
    ​ Please note this is not an exhaustive list. This is based on the information that people have sent in. If you have information you would like added please forward to Kyle Peters or Erica Lane. Spring 2015 Performances Performance School Dates Time Price Cinderella (Enchanted version) HHS April 22-25 7:30pm $12 advance/$15 at the door ($10 if bought before April 13) Hampton Pharmasave & HHS Learning Commons All Shook Up (Feat ... Read More
  • SJHS Student Receives Future Aces Award
    ​Saint Jjohn High School Student, Paige Grant, has received the Future Aces Herbert H. Carnegie award for her humanitarian and volunteering skills. Paige is avid with her community volunteering. She especially loves working with troubled adolescents and mentally disabled children. She hopes to become an Adolescent Psychiatrist and has been accepted with scholarships to Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario.   ... Read More
  • Superintendent’s Message to Kindergarten Parents concerning upcoming Orientation Days for new students.
    ​ April 21, 2015     Dear Kindergarten Parents:   As a School District, one of our priorities is to ensure a smooth transition into Kindergarten for the children who will begin school in September 2015.  Many children make this transition very easily; hopefully this was your experience last fall.  In other instances, children struggle with this new situation and take days to settle into school.  We know that the more prepared students and ... Read More
  • Canadian Mental Health Association of N.B. Presents A Day In Her Shoes
  • Kids Help Phone Walk So Kids Can Talk
    Kids, adults, families, schools, community organizations and corporations can take part in this fun 5K walk to help ensure Kids Help Phone will always be there to listen when kids need to talk.  Walk. Donate. Share your strength.  Event date: Sunday, May 3, 2015 Registration start: 12:00 PM Walk starts at: 1:00 PM Address: Mapleton Park, Rotary Lodge Pavilion 600 Mapleton Road Moncton, NB ... Read More
  • Beaconsfield Celebrates Earth Day With The Amazing Race Earth Challenge
    ​Gather up your family or a team and 'race around the 7 continents' all within the school  - at each continent there will be tasks to complete relating to that continent before you earn your clue to go to the next continent. Have fun 'travelling' and learning about our earth! Free of charge !! ... Read More
  • Come and join us for the 11th Annual River Valley Rave Run
    Why:     To Help Support the PE Program  Where:  River Valley Middle School When:   Sunday, June 7th Time:    11:00am   Main Event Run/Walk:                  5Km                                 11:00am               Kids LiveWell Run                         400, 800m                       10:30am Registration: Registration forms are available to print at or pick one up at   ... Read More
  • ​Sussex Elementary School Celebrates!
    Sussex Elementary celebrated a special guest Marc Garneau, our first Canadian Astronaut as he visited our school on Wednesday, April 15th. He began his morning by helping to officially kick off our “launch” of the fundraising efforts for our  Home and School’s proposed “Discovery Park” playground. The opening was attended by Home and School parents and children, along with students who had won a poster/writing contest with the theme of “A View f ... Read More
  • Invitation to the 2nd Lakewood Heights School Fun Run/Walk
    ​All are welcome to participate in the Lakewood Heights School Fun Run/Walk! Where: Lakewood Heights Reservoir When: Saturday, June 6th Events: 100 meter Tot Trot (free) 9a.m.                 1Km Kids Run ($10) 9:15a.m.                 5Km Run/Walk ($20) 10 a.m.             *Family rate: Family of 4 $30, $5 each additional person (max.8) Registration available on-line through the Running Room website: All proceeds will go ... Read More
  • Concours d'art oratoire 2015
    ​ On Tuesday, April 14, 2015, Kennebacasis Valley High School hosted the “Concours d’art oratoire 2015” during which 26 students from grades 6 to 12 presented their French speeches. Those who were in attendance enjoyed listening to excellent and exciting presentations.   Congratulations to all participants and their teachers for all of their hard work. We wish to recognize the judges who volunteered their time to make the event a success.   ... Read More
  • ASD-S Chess Players at Provincial Chess Tournament
    ​Congratulations to the following ASD-S students who were recognized for their performance at the New Brunswick Provincial Chess Tournament held April 11th in Tracadie.   Grade 2:  1st place: Tiger Xu from M. Gerald Teed      2nd place: Cici Ling from M. Gerald Teed Grade 4: 2nd place: Zige Lin from Millidgeville North Grade 6: 3rd place: Ha Vu from Princess Elizabeth School Grade 9: 1st place: Sam Song from Saint John High                ... Read More
  • Fundy Regional Science Fair
    ​Incredible students delivered incredible projects at this year’s Fundy Regional Science Fair! Over eighty projects were on display, representing the best of science exploration in our schools. Prizes were awarded in several categories, with special honours going to three students who have qualified for the Canada Wide Science Fair:   Ben d'Entremont from Quispamsis Middle School for his project: Le Reflecteur Parabolique Reilly Sullivan of ... Read More
  • Spring 2015 Performances in ASD-S
    ​ Please note this is not an exhaustive list. This is based on the information that people have sent in. If you have information you would like added please forward to Kyle Peters or Erica Lane.   Spring 2015 Performances Performance School Dates Time Price Grease KVHS April 14-18 8:00pm   Art at The Park Rothesay Park School April 16 6:00pm-7:30pm   Sleeping Beauty Fairvale Elem April 21 6:30pm   Cinderella (Enchanted ve ... Read More
  • Hampton High School Wins Golds Medal at Skills Canada NB
    ​Hampton High School managed to secure a gold medal this weekend in Moncton, in the culinary category at Skills Canada NB.  Dakota Kelly will be representing NB in Saskatoon, SK, in June. He plans to study culinary arts in post-secondary next year. Congratulations Dakota and good luck in Saskatoon!   ... Read More
  • 2nd Annual New Brunswick Scratch Competition
    ​This year’s Scratch coding competition is almost here! Please help spread the word about the word about the 2nd annual New Brunswick Scratch coding competition happening May 2nd at the UNB Saint John Campus by sharing this email with any teachers you may know! For more information on the 2nd annual New Brunswick Scratch coding competition, please visit:   ... Read More
  • Astronomy Week At Rockwood Park
    ​ The Sun and the Moon Tuesday, April 21; 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm; Rockwood Park Interpretation Centre Although we see them throughout our lifetime, the Sun and the Moon remain a mystery to many of us. Learn how they formed, why they appear the way they do, and what more we can see with binoculars or telescope.   The Constellations Thursday, April 23; 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm; Rockwood Park Interpretation Centre To many people the night sky is jus ... Read More
  • Belleisle Regional High School - Turning Point Writing Competition
    ​At Belleisle Regional High School, Ms. Shortall would like to celebrate her grade 9 ELA class who rose to the challenge to produce truly authentic and honest entries for the Turning Point writing competition.  She is so proud of their effort and willingness to write about such personal experiences that have changed their lives. Great job! ... Read More
  • Belleisle Elementary School Celebrates 1000 Nights of Reading
    ​Belleisle Elementary School's grade one team of Heather Folkins and Denise Howlett would like to celebrate their students on reaching their goal of 1000 Nights of Reading. To celebrate they went to Elmhurst Outdoors for a day of cross country skiing and snowshoeing.  Students were out in the snow for a good part of the day being physically active, learning new winter skills that could last a lifetime.  In our You & Your World studies, we di ... Read More
  • Spring 2015 Performances in ASD-S
    ​Please note this is not an exhaustive list. This is based on the information that people have sent in. If you have information you would like added please forward to Kyle Peters or Erica Lane.   Spring 2015 Performances Performance School Dates Time Price The Drowsy Chaperone RHS April 8-11 7:30pm $15 adults / $13 students Grease KVHS April 14-18 8:00pm   Sleeping Beauty Fairvale Elem April 21 6:30pm   Cinderella (Enchant ... Read More
  • Belleisle Elementary School HOP for Muscular Dystrophy
    ​On April 2nd, Belleisle Elementary School along with the community participated in the HOP for Muscular Dystrophy. The students and staff were very excited to be part of this great event. Belleisle Elementary School would like to thank the community for their generosity and support for this cause.   ... Read More
  • St. Martins’ Students Celebrate Reading
    ​Students in grades 4, 5, & 6 from St. Martins School who were part of the Hackmatack Book Club recently voted on their favourite fiction and nonfiction authors. The students chose “The Road to Afghanistan” by Linda Granfield & Brian Deines as their fiction winner and “And the Winner is…Amazing Animal Athletes” by Etta Kaner as their non-fiction winner.  Each year, students from all over Atlantic Canada participate in Hackmatack Book c ... Read More
  • ​Sussex Middle School Leaders Making a Difference in the Community.
    ​The Sussex Middle School leaders  have wrapped up their Danny & Jessica Foundation Fundraising Campaign which included packing groceries at Sobeys, and will be presenting Judy Leger, founder of the organization with $1525.   Congratulations SMS students and staff! ... Read More
  • Sussex High School Receives Donation From Staples Canada
    ​Sussex Regional High School was presented with $25,000 from Staples Canada towards the purchase of technology for their school . Their application showcasing how their school works towards improving the environment was selected as the regional winner. Congratulations Sussex High! ... Read More
  • Rothesay Park School Art Show
    ​Rothesay Park School will be hosting an Art Show, "ART @ THE PARK" on Thursday, April 16th from 6-7:30pm.  Students will be presenting unique pottery pieces created during the Art @ the Park, Artist in Residency Program.  Showing alongside the RPS students will be local artist, Mrs. Karen Knight of Rothesay, NB who was the Artist in Residency for RPS this winter. ( ... Read More
  • Mental Wellness Night Hosted by the Apohaqui Elementary Parent School Support Committee
    ​Wednesday, April 15th  6-8pm Held at the Apohaqui Elementary School,  23 Foster Ave. West, in Apohaqui   We are offering AES families and the general public an opportunity to speak with mental health professionals on issues regarding the mental health and wellbeing of our children, family members, and ourselves. If you have questions, these professionals have some answers. Numerous experts will be on hand to offer information, resources, a ... Read More
  • Fundy Regional Science Fair
    ​Schools, parents and the public are invited to view the best science fair projects from across ASD-South on Friday April 10th from 4:00PM to 6:00PM in Ganong Hall on the UNBSJ campus.  There will also be an awards ceremony from 5:00 – 6:00 pm in the Hazen Hall Lecture Theatre.   For a map of the UNBSJ Campus, click here. ... Read More
  • Spring 2015 Performances in Anglophone South
    ​ Please note this is not an exhaustive list. This is based on the information received. If you have information you would like added please forward to Kyle Peters or Erica Lane.   Performance School Dates Time Price Annie SRHS March 31-April 2 7:30pm Tickets available at Connie’s Collectables, Sobeys, and at the door April 4 2:00pm & 7:30pm Sistema SJHS April 2 6:30pm Free The Drowsy Chaperone RHS April 8 7:30pm $15 ... Read More
  • Saint Rose School presents Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
    ​Saint Rose School presents Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs on Thursday and Friday, April 23rd and 24th at 6:30 pm and Saturday, April 25th at 2:00 pm. Tickets are available by calling 658-5364. Adults $5.00, children $3.00, Family of 5 $15.00.     ... Read More
  • Transform Saint John 2015
    ​On April 2nd 2015 Bayside Middle School will host TRANSFORM SAINT JOHN 2015 by Youth Speaker Nick Pereira.  This event is open for the entire community with a small pre-registration fee of $10 or $15 at the door.  The event will feature local musicians, a small magic show and inspirational and transform speaker Nick Pereira who will share a powerful message of Hope, relationships and forgiveness.  The event is suitable for all ages and is desig ... Read More
  • Sussex Middle School Participates in Pink Shirt Day
    ​Sussex Middle School took part in the International Pink shirt day in Feb. which was on Feb. 25th. That was a snow day but the students still wore pink the next day .It was so impressive to see so many wearing pink on the Feb.26th. Raising awareness and taking action are 2 things Sussex Middle School is very passionate about  when it comes to bullying... not even the blizzard could have stopped these students!  Fundraising is currently underway ... Read More
  • Rothesay Elementary Grade 3 Students Put "Be The Change Motto" Into Action
    ​Mr. Kierstead’s grade three class at Rothesay Elementary School put their Be The Change motto into action with great success. On the week of Valentine’s Day the students set up a valentine’s cart each recess where students were able to buy a valentine and pencil, which would be sent to a friend for fifty cents. On Thursday students had a great time busting a move at the Lunchtime Sweetheart Sock Hop, which cost one dollar to attend. In total Mr ... Read More
  • Sussex Regional High School presents Annie
  • Kennebecasis Valley High School Presents Grease
    ​Grease, a 1971 musical is named for the 1950s United States working class youth culture. The musical is set in 1959 at fictional Rydell High School and follows ten working-class teenagers as they navigate the complexities of peer pressure, politics, personal core values, and love. Come join us for a great evening of 1950’s rock and roll with all your favourite songs such as Summer Loving, Beauty School Drop Out and Greased Lightning ! ... Read More
  • Belleisle Regional High School Celebrate Winners of Provincial Poster & Literacy Contest
    ​At Belleisle Regional High School we would like to celebrate the winners of the 2014 Provincial Poster and Literacy contest from the Royal Canadian Legion. Casey O’Neillplaced 1stin the Intermediate Black&White Poster and 2ndin the Intermediate Colour Poster. Hilary Kennedywas given an honourable mention in the Intermediate Poem. Nikolas Johnsonwas given an honourable mention in the Junior Black&White Poster. Julia Boydwas given hon ... Read More
  • ASD-S Schools Named Finalists in $25,000 Evocator Grant
    Island View School, Hampton Elementary School and Sussex Regional High School have been named finalists in the National Staples Ecovator Grant valued at $25,000.  This grant recognizes public schools in Canada who are implementing innovative programs that support the environmental sustainability.  The grant is to assist the winning schools in accessing technology to enhance their environment education programs.   The winners will be announced ne ... Read More
  • St. Malachy's High School Presents Anne of Green Gables
    ​ St. Malachy’s Memorial High School is proud to present Anne of Green Gables.    Friday March 27 – Monday March 30 at 7:30pm with a Matinee on Saturday March 28 at 2pm.   Join us as we share the story of Anne Shirley, a feisty red-haired orphan who uses her moxie and pluck to find happiness at Green Gables, Prince Edward Island.  A timeless story with wonderful music, Anne of Green Gables – The Musical is the perfect show for the whole fa ... Read More
  • Saint John High School Presents Mary Poppins
  • Heart & Stroke Foundation "Model of Health" Award Winner
    ​ Lakewood Heights Elementary School teacher Stacey Briggs is being recognized by the Heart and Stroke Foundation as one of New Brunswick's "Model of Health" award recipients. Ms. Briggs will be celebrated on May 9th at the Heart and Stroke Foundation’s “Red Dress Gala” in Moncton.  Anne Ervin's Grade 4 class nominated Stacey in February and she was selected as one of six women in NB to receive this prestigious award. The students wer ... Read More
  • MacDonald Consolidated Receives Medical Society Recognition
    ​Macdonald Consolidated School Cafeteria Service received recognition this year from the Medical Society as they were listed in “Where to eat in New Brunswick Schools Guide”.  Here Dave Wolpin , Alicia Burhoe, and Lisa Fraser from  Kredl’s Market in Hampton, receive their certificate of recognition.   ... Read More
  • ILLUMINATE at Quispamisis Middle School
    ​ ILLUMINATE! Shedding light on Science, Technology Engineering, and Math Hosted by Science East and Quispamsis Middle School   Awarded BEST PROGRAM IN CANADA by the Canadian Association of Science Centres (CASC)   Get an inside look at how science, technology, engineering and math are used by professionals in your community. Step into their shoes and try out tools and equipment used in their jobs.      March 26 from 6:00 to 7:30 ... Read More
  • Deer Island Community School Celebrates Pink Shirt Day.
  • Island View School – Grade 3 Social Studies Project
    ​Mrs. Brillant’s Grade 3 class is currently learning about communities in New Brunswick through a fun interactive online project.  The class is sending a picture of “Waldo” to different communities around the province and asking them to take a picture with Waldo and share some information about their community via a blog post, email to the class, or by letter.   As the class follows “Waldo’s” travels and learns about NB communities they are crea ... Read More
  • St. Patricks School Celebrates With Residents at Carleton Kirk
    ​Mrs. Griffin's grade two class has been visiting the Carleton Kirk and bringing joy to seniors through singing, dancing and reading all year! Mrs. Griffin brings her energetic and talented class every month, and the residents are so pleased with their visits with the children! St. Patrick's celebrates these musica sharing kids! ... Read More
  • New Brunswick Museum Collections Centre Open House
  • Millidgeville North Spring Market
    ​The Home and School association at Millidgeville North School is hosting a Spring Market at the school on Saturday, March 14th from 9-2pm.  This is a H&S fundraiser that will see more than 60 local vendors attend the event. Scentsy, Stella and dot, Shelly's sea glass, Loops Designs Mary's sewn creations, Suzanne's Jamberry Nails Sunset Gourmet, Darla's Creations L2 Creations, Together Jewellery and scarves Oh!Wow Crochet, Tartanish ... Read More
  • Sir James Dunn Academy Celebrates Pink Day
  • LINK Program at Rothesay High
    ​  For the month of February, Suicide Prevention Month, Linda  Davis, a library assistant at Rothesay High School hosted a display in her library of the LINK Program. This display reminding students of the many resources available to those needing  help.  She also held a draw for tickets  to a Seadogs game, and t-shirts.  Thank you Linda for your support to our students and to all the LINK Program Companions linking our youth with assistance in ... Read More
  • Blacks Harbour Students Cook for School Staff
    ​The cooking club students from Blacks Harbour School Celebrated  Staff Appreciation Week by making lunch for the entire staff . These dedicated student chefs made chili, and chicken soup along with apple crumble and then delivered it to the staff rooms where they greeted everyone with high fives and a big thank you . ... Read More
  • Information Session - Teaching Abroad
  • School Sustainability Review & Schedule of Public Consultations
    ​ At the February 11, 2015 ASD-S District Education Council (DEC) meeting, Council passed a motion to advise the Minister of Education & Early Childhood Development, that they intend to study School Sustainability for Brown’s Flat School and Norton Elementary School. This allows the DEC, under the Department’s Policy 409 - Multi Year School Infrastructure Planning - to begin the public consultation process to gather community and stakeholde ... Read More
  • Welcome To Kindergarten Bag Day
  • Belleisle Elementary Learn the Election Process
    ​We would like to Celebrate Ms. Trainor’s grade 3 class as they are working hard on their class election. Students have been learning about elections as part of their curriculum and were really interested in having their own class election. So far the students have been  going through the whole election process and have developed everything from their own set of election rules, setting up polling stations and nominations and even determining an ... Read More
  • Forest Hills School Supports SPCA
    ​Forest Hills School supports their community in a number of ways all year long.  One of the most recent events was with the  Forest Hills School Community Connectors and their Guidance Counsellor (Ms. Sampson).  They did a blitz with the school for the SPCA, in which they coordinated school events in support of the shelter that resulted in many donations of food, toys, supplies, blankets, and other goodies plus $118.60. Amazing work! ... Read More
  • United Nations Writing Contest
    ​United Nations Conference to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) is holding a short-writing contest. The theme is Land Nurturing People Nurturing Life   UNCCD welcomes all literary expressions and styles, from a very short story of up to 500 words. Entries must be written in English.   There are two categories: (1) University Students ... Read More
  • Belleisle Regional High School Celebrates Achievements of Students
    ​Belleisle Regional High School CELEBRATES EMILY GRAY! Recently, Emily submitted an essay (titled: One Can Make a Difference) for a scholarship with the 2015 RBC Black History Month Student Essay Competition. This contest was open to students all across Canada! Emily was chosen as one of only five winners from across Atlantic Canada and received a $500 scholarship!  Also being  Celebrated are Tori Armstrong, Caitlin Drost & Samantha Urqua ... Read More
  • International Students Celebrate Lunar New Year
    ​This week ASD-S wishes Happy New Year to our Asian students who are CELEBRATING the Lunar New Year.  Some of our schools have plans to help these students CELEBRATE their varied cultural traditions.  Take a minute to wish these students and families in our communities a HAPPY NEW YEAR. ... Read More
  • Hampton Middle School Celebrates Community Involvement
    ​Hampton Middle School is celebrating student initiative in supporting positive collaborative community involvement to foster secure and comfortable homes for domestic pets. This student initiative supports positive mental health fitness, and empowers student learning. HMS raised close to $800 plus a truck load of pet supplies from the SPCA wish list valued at close to $400.     “Thank you to the students, staff and friends of Hampton Middle Sc ... Read More
  • Lorne Middle School Celebrates Their Neighbourhood Heritage
    ​Lorne Middle School Celebrated the Heritage of Old North End, with local historian Mr. Harold Wright. ... Read More
  • Lakewood Heights School Raises Funds for Chat To The Future
    ​Miss Ervin's grade 4 class hosted a noon hour school dance on February 12th to raise money for Chat to the Future.  Congratulations to these students for their efforts in raising $175 to help orphans in Uganda. ... Read More
  • Art Grant For M. Gerald Teed
    ​The Grade Ones of Teed have received a grant, Artists in Residency.  This grant is allowing us to take part in art classes with a professional potter, Darren Emaneau.  Through this grant we celebrate creativity and learning every Friday! ... Read More
  • M. Gerald Teed School, Families & Community Celebrate Multiculturalism
    ​M. Gerald Teed  enjoyed a Multicultural Holiday Fair to celebrate all of  their students.  Many parents and community members shared their customs.   There were stations representing Iran, Hanukkah, Nigeria, Bangladesh, Saudi Arabia, Christian Christmas, Santa, Germany, Japan and a Mitten Craft station.  The children had a fantastic morning of learning, and left with some great crafts and mementos of the morning! ... Read More
  • Rothesay High Students Celebrate Wellness
    ​A group of grade 9 Rothesay High School students prepare fruit and veggies baskets for every period 2 class.  This activity is sponsored by our student wellness grant plan. ... Read More
  • 2015 Canadian Math Kangaroo Contest
    ​On Sunday, March 29, 2015, the UNBSJ Department of Mathematical Sciences will be hosting The 2015 Canadian Math Kangaroo Contest. This nationally ranked multiple choice contest aims to introduce students to math challenges in a fun and enjoyable way. It is open to students from Grade 1 to 12, offered in French or English. The contest will be held in the Ganong Hall Lecture Theatre at UNB Saint John, with a start time of 12:00 noon. Participan ... Read More
  • Bee Me Kidz
    ​Do you live in Saint John or the surrounding areas?  Do you have a child in grade 1 or 2?  Well, then you are invited to become a Bee Me Kidz family!  Each Saturday, children in grades 1 and 2 along with their entire families are invited to a delicious brunch at 10am.   After brunch, the registered children will be taught a lesson from the PATHS Curriculum (Promoting Alternative THinking Strategies). Following the lessons, children will take pa ... Read More
  • St. Martin's Students Celebrate Heritage Week
    ​St. Martins’ students celebrated Heritage Week at the East Branch Library on Wednesday, February 11th  with Lieutenant-Governor Jocelyne Roy Vienneau, her husband Ronald Vienneau and MLA Glen Savoie.  The students from K-3 made patriotic windsocks that showcased the Canadian, New Brunswick and Acadian flags. ... Read More
  • Seawood School Students Celebrate With Seniors
    ​The students from Seawood School helped to CELEBRATE Valentine's Day with  the Seniors that reside at Danell's Drive this past week . The students visit the neighbouring seniors several times a year as part of the Seniors and Kids Intergenerational Program (SKIP). This is a partnership between Debbie McLeod, Dept. of Social Dev. & Alberta Stanton, Healthy Learners Nurse SJEC. ... Read More
  • Forest Hills Students Support Fellow Student
    ​Grade 6FI students form Forest Hills School made some "Picture Books" for Alyssa.  Alyssa is a young girl who got sick before Christmas, and ended up at the IWK.  Sadly, she ended up losing her two arms and legs due to a bad bacteria  leaving her a quadriplegic.  The students developed and sent the books to her to give her some support and allow her "to travel" from her hospital bed.   ... Read More
  • Harbour View High School Celebrates Caring
    ​Harbour View High School celebrated the beginning of semester 2 with the 1st assembly of the new year. Students enjoyed our Celebrate What's Right With The World video,  cheered on our basketball teams, and announced our Reach The Nets initiative. Vikings will be raising money to purchase nets for children in Africa. 660,000 die every year (mainly children) because of malaria from mosquitos. Each mosquito net will protect a child as they sleep ... Read More
  • NB Community Living National Recognition Award Recipient from Dr.A.T. Leatherbarrow
    ​On behalf of Dr. A.T. Leatherbarrow Primary school we would like to CELEBRATE and congratulate our Resource and Methods teacher, Miss Sara Creighton, for winning the NB Community Living National Recognition Certificate for Inclusion. Our PSSC nominated Sara for her work in the “What I Am Project”. Congratulations Sara!  We are proud of you! Her recognition ceremony will be held in Fredericton on Friday, February 13th. ... Read More
  • New Date For Beaconsfield Wacky Science Night
  • ASD-S Celebrates Students From China
    ​This week ASD-S CELEBRATES 35 students from China who are visiting some of our high schools for Winter Camp.  These students arrived on Saturday, January 31st in the middle of the snowstorm and will depart on Saturday, February 7th.  They are certainly getting to experience a good old-fashioned winter in New Brunswick!  We CELEBRATE Rothesay High, Harbour View High, St. Malachy’s and Saint John High for hosting, entertaining & billeting the ... Read More
  • Rothesay Park Students Volunteer their time & Celebrate Their Culinary Skills
    ​Jenna & Kaley Sherwood are twins in grade 6 at Rothesay Park School that love to cook! They recently participated at the 4th Annual Warm Up to Winterfest Event on Jan 25 at Markey Sq by showing their culinary skills, to several hundreds of people, with the help of Vanessa Yurchesyn (Superstores' Reg. Dietitian).    ... Read More
  • MNS Celebrates student for collecting Recycled Pop Can Tabs for Wheelchair
    ​Millidgeville North School would like to Celebrate grade 8 student Tim Hutton for leading a “Pop Tabs Recycle Campaign” over the past few years at school.   The recycled tabs are used to construct wheelchairs for those in need.   Tim’s grandmother inspired him to take on the initiative and now he continues to inspire students and staff at school to collect and recycle the tabs from soft drink cans.  Tim and the students at MNS have collected th ... Read More
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