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April 29
Retrieval of Student Items

All administrators in ASD-W have received notification that students / parents can enter the school to retrieve students’ personal items beginning next week on Monday, May 4. Please note that entering our school to pick up your child’s items is optional.  If you choose not to make a visit to the school and do not want the items, that is perfectly fine. 

Each school is required to create and communicate their own process regarding school visits.  Should you have children that attend different schools, please refer to each school’s communication for information on their process. All schools will provide communication to their families by Friday, May 1.

Monday, May 4 is the only day in which Forest Hill Elementary will open our school to allow one parent / guardian (and the Forest Hill School Student if necessary) to enter the building.  We ask that if possible, no other family members make this visit so we can limit the number of people having contact and coming into and out of our building as per Public Health guidelines.

We suggest the following process to properly control the number of people in the building at one time:

Monday, May 4: 9:00 – 10:00 am students with the last names A-B, 10:00 – 11:00 am students with the last names C-G, 11:00 am – 12:00pm students with the last names H-L, 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm students with last names M-R, 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm students with last name S-Z, 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm open for those who could not make the above times.


Tuesday, May 5 will be curbside pick up only from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm.  If you choose this option, we ask that you call the school as you drive into the parking lot, give your student’s name and class and let us know what vehicle you are driving so we can bring the bag of your child’s items to your vehicle.


Please note the following processes that will be in place for pick up on Monday, May 4:

1.    Parents (and student if applicable) will be asked 3 critical questions about your current state of health.  You will only be permitted into the building if you can adequately answer these questions.

2.    You will be directed to the hand sanitizing station just inside the school (or you may wash your hands with soap and water in the designated bathrooms) with an opportunity to look at the items on the table in the lobby that have been unclaimed in our lost and found. 

3.    You will be directed to travel down the hall toward your child’s classroom where a bag labeled with your child’s belongings will be made available for you in the hallway.  Other unclaimed and unknown items that were in classrooms will also be on display on a table for you to pick up should they belong to you.  We will have extra bags on hand should you need one for these items.  Please do not bring your own bags.

4.    Upon receiving your bag of student items, you will continue down the hallway to the exit door.  Please note that there will be travel directions on the floor similar to what you have seen in grocery stores with the expectation that people will only travel in one direction to allow for proper physical distancing. Our staff will be available to guide and assist.

5.    These visits to pick up your items should take less than 15 minutes and we appreciate you picking up your items quickly to prevent others from waiting great lengths of time outside and to best follow Public Health guidelines.

6.    Classroom teachers will also be communicating with you regarding items that are in their classrooms that they are unsure who the owner is.  Please communicate with your child’s classroom teacher before Friday morning, May 1 if there are specific things you are concerned about making sure are in your child’s bag of belongings.

7.    If more than one of your children attend Forest Hill School, both child’s items will be able to be claimed in the Kindergarten wing.  This allows for better physical distancing and respecting the movement within the school.

8.    Please note that we are encouraging staggered times for coming to the school to allow for better physical distancing; however, if the time suggested above does not work for your schedule, you may come at the time that is most convenient. If neither Monday or Tuesday morning can work with your schedule because you are an essential worker, please email me directly at tracy.stewart@nbed.nb.ca to make other arrangements. Also important to note, that if you are required to wait outside to enter the building when you arrive, physical distancing is also required and waiting spots will be marked.

April 22
Information for International Students

​Please see the attached document from Global Affairs Canada regarding International students, immigration, refugees, citizenship and passports.  Information_for_international_students_-_COVID-19_EN (1) (002).pdfInformation_for_international_students_-_COVID-19_EN (1) (002).pdf

April 01
Request to Connect

r2c4.png​For students and families to gain support for normal stress and anxiety, personal concerns, and school or career development questions including postsecondary requests. Click on the "connect" image to the left.

March 15
Schools in NB Closed Until Further Notice

​Please note that all schools in New Brunswick have been closed until further notice to address the Covid-19 Pandemic.  Please refer to the Government of New Brunswick and Government of Canada resources for ongoing updates.

February 04
​Information Regarding the Regional Public Consultations on the Green Paper with the Minister of Education and Early Childhood Development

The Department of Education and Early Childhood, in partnership with Anglophone West School District, is organizing a consultation session at 7pm on February 10th, 2020 at Fredericton High School (Cafeteria).

This consultation session will provide an opportunity for parents and community partners to share their feedback on the ideas presented in the Green Paper, titled “Succeeding at Home:  A green paper on Education in New Brunswick” .  In addition, Minister Dominic Cardy will meet with groups of students and teachers throughout the day, to gather their respective feedback.  “Succeeding at Home: A green paper on Education in New Brunswick” was released this fall and contains ideas to make our education system, from birth to graduation, the best in the world. The goal is for education to be at the heart of everything New Brunswick does. The ideas outlined in this document are based on the foundations established in the 10-year education plans.  We look forward to seeing you on February 10th, 2020, at Fredericton High School in the cafeteria (parking lot off Priestman Street, Cafeteria is located at the top of the ramp accessed through the FHS Gym Entrance). The session will begin at 7 p.m.

January 28
Grade 1 Entry French Immersion 2020-2021 School Year

Attached in the documents section you will find information regarding Grade 1 French ​Immersion and the registration process for all Kindergarten students whose families would like to register them in Grade 1 French Immersion for the 2020-2021 school year.  Online registration opens on Monday, February 3.  Hard copy forms of the information will also be sent home with our current Kindergarten students.

January 28
General Information on Natural Outdoor Learning Space & Play Ground

​Attached you will find a general Powerpoint Presentation that will share a bit of information on our goal of creating a natural outdoor learning and play space on our school property.  We continue to seek your feedback and support as we move forward through this process.

Natural Playground Stakeholder Presentation January 27, 2020.pptxNatural Playground Stakeholder Presentation January 27, 2020.pptx

January 20
Natural Playground Stakeholder Meeting Monday, January 27 6:00 pm

abilities.jpg​Would you like to learn more about and be part of creating a lasting legacy at Forest Hill School?  If so, we invite you to attend our Natural Playground and Learning Space Stakeholder meeting for interested parents / guardians and other community members. We would like to share our vision with you and are seeking input on our design and process.  The meeting will take place on Monday, January 27, 2020 at 6:00 pm in our gym.  

December 18
UNB Hockey Game - Elementary School Night Out

hockey 1.jpgHello Forest Hill School Families!  It’s that time of year again when the UNB Reds Hockey Team partners with ASDW southside schools for Elementary School Spirit Hockey Night. On Friday, January 24, the UNB Men’s Hockey Team will be playing the Dalhousie University Tigers at 7:00 PM at the Aitken Center.  Students can attend the game for free and parent tickets are half price (only $6.00).  All students must attend the game with a parent / adult.  Tickets for both students and parents must be picked up by parents at the AUC box office if you wish to attend.  The Aitken Center Box Office is open Monday to Friday, 10:30 am – 4:30 pm. Each school will have an assigned section in the rink so when parents purchase / pick up their tickets at the Aitken Center (by 4:30 pm on Friday, January 24) please let them know that you are with Forest Hill School. This is a great opportunity for us to show our school spirit, for students to see each other outside of school, and to enjoy some great hockey!  

December 05
Raffle Basket Winners!

Congratulations to our three raffle basket winners from our fall raffle fundraiser:

Laiza Raagas (student seller Lexie Getuaban)

Brent Wilson (student seller Jack Wilson-Jenkins)

Melvin (student seller Lily Atkinson)

Thank you to everyone who supported our fundraiser!

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