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September 17
September 2018 Newsletter
September 03
CNBA Handbook

​Please ensure that you have read the attached CNBA handbook, which outlines important school guidelines and policies.Teachers have reviewed it with your child so that they understand their responsibilities in supporting the school's learning environment.

CNBA Student Handbook Agenda 2018-2019.pdfCNBA Student Handbook Agenda 2018-2019.pdf

August 31
Fair Notice Letter from Superintendent
August 24
NEW Bussing information and School Zoning Website

The FEC Transportation Department is pleased to introduce the new Bus Planner Transportation Eligibility Link.  This link can be used to look up bussing information and school zoning based on civic addresses – no login or password is required as it is a public site.  

The link is:  https://asdwbp.nbed.nb.ca/Eligibility.aspx?Page=Transportation​

June 18
2018-2019 School Year Calendar
June 18
2018 Middle and High School Supply Lists
October 16
Safe Schools Week

The week of October 16-20 is being recognized  as Safe Schools Week. This week offers an opportunity to focus on the safety and security of our school. Keeping our students and staff safe is a top priority. This week will assist students and staff in being aware of the best practices and procedures to maintain a safe environment in our school. Over the next five days, we will host a series of activities, such as fire drills, lock down and evacuation procedures, and bus safety. Thank you for your assistance in keeping our students safe by supporting the policies and guidelines that contribute to a safe and secure learning environment.

September 20
It's Potato Season at CNBA!

It's bud the spud from the bright red mud, Rollin' down the Highway smiling"... well they're not quite from the bright red mud, but rather from Mountainview Packers, right here in New Brunswick! You guessed it, potato sales have begun. Grads received their order forms, yesterday, September 19th. All forms and money are due by Thursday, October 12th. And the load should arrive on October 19th. If you need more forms, see Mr. Legere, or access the attached order formPotato_Fundraiser class of 2018.pdfPotato_Fundraiser class of 2018.pdf. We have a goal of selling more than 600 bags (30 000 lbs) this year. It is a lot of work, but here is a little added incentive for our grads: the top seller will receive their grad hoodie free of charge, and for each bag that you sell, your name will be entered into 2 draws for your choice of a grad t-shirt or 3/4 sleeve shirt.
In addition, we will be helping the local food bank / self-help this year with our potato sales. We encourage you to ask your customers for an added donation of $5, $10 or $15 dollars that will be put towards buying potatoes that will be donated to this organization.
Folks, this is our chance to raise some big money. Ask your family members to help you out. Parents/guardians, brothers and sisters, aunts and uncles from near and far (but not too far, as you need to organize getting the potatoes to them) to help you with this endeavor. Ask them to help promote your sales at work, with their neighbors and with their friends. Every bag counts!
September 04
Bus Transportation Information for 2017-2018 School Year

Bus and Driver Information:​

320 Debbie Ward
321 Hayward Stewart
322 Graham Lyons
324 Penny McAleer
325 William Lyons
326 Harold Fairley
327 Tony Munn
328 Sonya McAlwee
 
If you are looking for information on bus/driver information for your area, please follow this link:
 
August 17
Threat Assessment 2017-2018
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