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May 09
Summer School 2019

​Summer School 2019 will run from June 26 - July 28 at Fredericton High School! (NOTE: change of location from last few years)

The cost is $300 for one course, $380 for two.  We are offering a full Calculus course (4 hours per day, $380).  We are also offering online courses in grade 11/12 Math and English for students outside the Fredericton area.  Students may elect only one of these online courses and must complete the FULL course within the 5 week period of summer school.

Postgraduates are welcome!  They DO NOT require the signature of their high school principal on the form, however, it IS recommended that they check with their post-secondary institutions to ensure that the summer school courses are acceptable for entrance (this has never been an issue, but it is good to be sure).

Registration should be done through your local school guidance offices, or at Fredericton High School between June 17 and 21.  Late fees will apply June 24-26.  If you need to register before this date, please leave a sealed envelope with the application form and cheque or money order at the main office of Fredericton High School.  Registration should be done through your local school guidance offices, or at Fredericton High School between June 17 and 21.  Late fees will apply June 24-26.  If you need to register before this date, please leave a sealed envelope with the application form and cheque or money order at the main office of Fredericton High School.  Registration should be done through your local school guidance offices, or at Fredericton High School between June 17 and 21.  Late fees will apply June 24-26.  If you need to register before this date, please leave a sealed envelope with the application form and cheque or money order at the main office of Fredericton High School.   

Registration at LHHS
June 17-19 from 8:30-11:30 ONLY  - Guidance Office (LHHS students).  We will accept money orders, cheques or cash (exact amount). 

Registration at FHS (summer school office)
June 17 - 18   1:15 - 4:15 - (Summer School Office - follow the signs)
June 19 - 21   8:30 - 11:45, 1:15 - 4:15 - Summer School Office
June 24          8:30 - 11:45, 1:15 - 4:15 - Summer School Office (late fee applies)
June 25          8:30 - 12:00, 2:30 - 5:00   ONLY  - Summer School Office

Mr. Dwight Dunfield   - Director 
dwight.dunfield@nbed.nb.ca
474-2380 (Phone will be activated May 22) - please leave a message.
Mr. Randy Fox (Assistant Director) 

Summer School 2019 Brochure.pdfSummer School 2019 Brochure.pdf

Summer School 2019 Application Form.pdfSummer School 2019 Application Form.pdf
 

May 02
Whoopin Cough Confirmed Case
Please see new document on this website under documents about a confirmed case of Whooping Cough at Leo Hayes High School.
April 04
Parent-Teacher Interviews
This is just a reminder that report cards went home yesterday, April 3, 2019.  Parent-Teacher interviews will be held this evening, Thursday, April 4 from 5:00 - 7:00 and again tomorrow, Friday from 8:30 - 11:30 a.m.   Interviews are on a first come basis.
April 01
Parents'/Guardians' Guide to Supporting Loss

​Please find a support document for parents of high school students' reaction to loss or tragedy to the right, under Latest School Documents

March 21
Student Loan / Financial Aid Presentation for Gr 12 Parents and Students

​PETL (Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour) will provide a presentation for grade 12  parents and students on May 6th, 2019 at 6:00 PM for both LHHS and FHS parents.

There is no sign up. Just arrive at the information session to be hosted in the LHHS Cafetorium.

We hope to see you there.

March 01
Ladies Rugby Practice

​Women's rugby will have their first practice Friday from 4-5:30 in the gym. 

February 26
Grade 12 Parent Meeting

​​​​​​Please be advised that the Grade 12 Parent Meeting that was scheduled for February 25th will be held tomorrow,  Tuesday, March 12 at 6:30 p.m.

 

February 21
2019-20 Course Selection Guide (Grades 10 & 11)
February 20
Course Selection for 2019-20

We have just begin the course selection process for 2019-20. Today students received a presentation from homeroom teachers to start the process. Grade nine students received their planning sheets. The complete 2019-20 Course Selection Guide will be given to grades 10 and 11 students at their guidance counsellor presentations this upcoming Friday and Monday. An electronic version is available on this website under Guidance, then Latest Documents. Students will then have time to review their choices and look at post-secondary requirements of interest. They will submit their selections to their homeroom teachers by Thursday, March 14th, at the latest.

For courses that require applications, applications are available at guidance after the March break and are due back to guidance by March 29th.

February 19
2018-2019 New Brunswick Student Wellness Survey

 

The New Brunswick Student Wellness Survey (NBSWS) began in 2006-2007 for grades 6-12 students, and was repeated in 2009-2010, 2012-2013 and 2015-2016. Part of the NB Wellness Strategy, NBSWS is a provincial initiative of the Department of Social Development’s Wellness Branch, in co-operation with the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development. Data collection, data analysis and knowledge transfer is led by the New Brunswick Health Council (NBHC).  The purpose of the survey is to examine the health and wellness attitudes and behaviours of students.  Students will be asked questions about their wellness behaviours such as their eating habits, physical activity, bullying, tobacco use, and how connected they feel to their school. Students in grades 7-12 will also be asked questions on sex, alcohol and drug use.

 

This year, the survey coincides with the Canadian Student Tobacco, Alcohol and Drugs Survey (CSTADS). CSTADS is a national survey sponsored by Health Canada and administered every two years to students in grades 7 to 12 in participating provinces. To minimize the impact of surveys for students, the CSTADS will be incorporated into the NBSWS. This means that 1 out of every 9 students between grades 7 and 12 will be randomly selected to complete the CSTADS instead of the NBSWS.

 

By taking the time to complete this survey, students can contribute to their school’s improvement plans and student wellness activities. On Wednesday, February 27th, 2019, our school will be participating in this survey, as we aim to improve the health and wellness of children in our community. If you would like more information on this survey, please call the New Brunswick Health Council at 1-877-225-2521 or visit their website at www.nbhc.ca. For more information on the CSTADS, please visit their website at www.cstads.ca.

 

Participation by students at the time of survey administration will be voluntary and anonymous. The student’s name or identification number will not appear on the completed questionnaire. All student answers will be grouped together when results are reported, which means that information is never released in a manner that could be used to disclose a student’s identity.

 

For the NBSWS, survey results will only be reported at the school, district or provincial level, or by group such as grade or sex. A database containing all student responses will be stored at the NBHC. This database will have identifiers such as age, sex, school and grade. There will be no student name, address or identification number in this database. Only a select number of NBHC staff will have access to this database. Questionnaires will be destroyed one year after the completion of the survey year, and the database will be held indefinitely for trending purposes.

 

For the CSTADS, national and provincial results will be reported by group (e.g., grade, sex, province), similar to the reporting of CSTADS 2016/2017 (https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/canadian-student-tobacco-alcohol-drugs-survey/2016-2017-summary.html). Questionnaires will be destroyed two years after the completion of the survey year.  Data with identifiers such as student age and school postal code will be stored at University of Waterloo and only university research staff will have access to it. Anonymized data will be accessible to federal and provincial governments and researchers across Canada. This data may be held indefinitely.

 

Prior to the date of the survey, parents who do not want their child to participate can call the New Brunswick Health Council at 1-877-225-2521 and must provide the school name, student name, home room teacher’s name and grade.

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