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January 23
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.

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January 13
Horizon Health Survey

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December 06
Food Drive December 9-13th

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December 04
Christmas Fundraiser

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November 29
Holiday Theme Week

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November 26
Eggs at KRS

Why is KRS one of the best schools your child could attend? Community, that's why! We are blessed with so many volunteers & supporters that continue to work daily to provide the best educational and social experiences possible.

 A special thank you to Egg Farmers of NB, David Coburn, Jean Coburn and various members of our local churches.  Because of their generosity our students have the option of eggs every Tuesday and Thursday morning for breakfast.

November 21
Bake Sale

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November 13
Colder weather is here

It is time to pull out the winter clothing if you haven't already. Please remember that our students stay outside for recess up until -20 degrees with the windchill. Snow pants, hats and mittens are necessary. We know this becomes more difficult the older they get but if you send the clothing, we'll take it from there :)

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October 28
KRS Remembrance Day Ceremony  will be held November 6th at 10:00

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October 01
Student Vote 2019:  Keswick Ridge School is proud to say that we will be particpating in the Student Vote 2019 for the Federal Election that is being held on October 21st.  We will be learning about and voting for our local Tobique-Mactaquac candidates.

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