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June 13
ASDW Newcomer Support Centre Summer Hours

​If your child was born outside of Canada, or English is not spoken in your home, please contact the Newcomer Support Centre to register your child for school for the 2019-2020 school year.

The Newcomer Support Centre will be opening for summer hours on August 7th.  Summer hours will be Mondays to Thursdays from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.

Please email:  iwcfredericton@nbed.nb.ca to set up an appointment.

Located at 575 George Street (Regent Street side of the building).  The phone number is 506-444-3573.

June 10
Hockey, Outdoor Pursuits, and PE Leadership Applications

​Please complete the online application by clicking on the link for the following courses:

Hockey Class

Outdoor Pursuits

PE Leadership​


May 29
Grade 9 Program

An outline of the Grade 9 program with brief course descriptions can be found here: Grade 9 Program.docGrade 9 Program.doc 

May 29
Grade 8 Parent Orientation

​If you were unable to attend the Grade 8 Parent Orientation on May 29th, the information is included here:  Grade 8 Parent Orientation 2018.pptxGrade 8 Parent Orientation 2018.pptx  Grade 8 High School Orientation Night for Parents Quick Reference sheet.docxGrade 8 High School Orientation Night for Parents Quick Reference sheet.docx

May 09
Vaping - Know the Risks
April 09
Course Selection Guide

​If you have lost your Course Selection Guide, you can access the information here:  Course Selection Guide 2019-2020.pdfCourse Selection Guide 2019-2020.pdf

April 04
Course Applications
March 13
Course Selection Presentation

​If you were unable to attend the Course Selection Presentation, this is the information that was provided:  FHS COURSE SELECTION for PARENTS 2019.pdfFHS COURSE SELECTION for PARENTS 2019.pdf

March 13
FHS Grade 10 Program
May 29
13 Reasons Why

We would like to bring to your attention the recent release of the second season of the Netflix ​series “13 Reasons Why.” The series highlights topics such as teen suicide, rape, sexual abuse, bullying, substance abuse, gun violence and threat related behaviours.

The Canadian Centre for Threat Assessment and Trauma Response (CCTATR) cautions educators to be mindful of using this as an educational resource as it may contribute as an additional risk enhancer to those who are vulnerable, have a history of trauma, are victims of related content, or are currently struggling with suicidal ideation. After discussion with our administration this will not be viewed in our classrooms.

We bring this to your attention because students have been and will be viewing this (quite possibly binge-watching it alone), talking about it with their peers and thinking about the messages of this series. Many are also re-watching Season 1 in anticipation of the new season. While many youth are emotionally prepared to process the messages and the graphic nature of this series and its content, many vulnerable youth are not. We are asking that all be vigilant in watching for warning signs of affected youth.

Attached are some resources for educators and parents​. 13 Reasons Why Netflix Series - Considerations for Educators - NASP.pdf13 Reasons Why Netflix Series - Considerations for Educators - NASP.pdfInformation Regarding the Upcoming Release of 13 Reasons Why Season 2 - NASP.pdfInformation Regarding the Upcoming Release of 13 Reasons Why Season 2 - NASP.pdf
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