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January 18

Should we get the expected weather predicted for Sunday and school gets cancelled on Monday, the following will happen.  All exams and conferences scheduled for Monday will take place on Tuesday, following the same time frame as Monday.  Tuesday exams will then move to Wednesday, Wednesday to Thursday and Thursday to Friday.  Should we end up with more than one storm day, I will send more information to advise how we will proceed.  Thanks and enjoy the calm before the storm!

January 16

LHHS Student Procedures and Rules for Assessment Week January 2019

It is the responsibility of students to follow procedures and observe the rules for writing exams or attending conferences. Students are responsible for knowing the correct time,

day and location of their assessments.

Best Wishes to all students on their assessments.

Dates and Times of Exams –

          Monday, January 21                  Period 1  8:45am to 10:45am    

Monday, January 21                  Period 2  1:00pm to 3:00pm

Tuesday, January 22                 Period 3  8:45am to 10:45am

Wednesday, January 23            Period 4  8:45am to 10:45am

Thursday, January 24                Period 5  8:45am to 10:45am

Friday, January 25                     Buffer Exam Day (in case of school closures)            

·       8:25 a.m. Students will proceed to their exam room to return textbooks and receive instructions for exams.

·       8:35 a.m. Announcements will be made daily from the main office.

·       Students may not leave morning exams until 10:15 a.m. (A bell will be rung!)

·       There is - for students who come on the wrong day to write an exam.

**Storm day –If school is cancelled, the cancelled exam will occur the following day in the a.m. and the remainder of the schedule will be moved by one day. Per. 5 exam would occur on Friday January 25th, 2019. If you have a scheduled conference on the day school is cancelled please contact your teacher by e-mail to reschedule your conference.**

During the exam:

Exams are an assessment of student individual performance in a subject. The expectations of students during an exam include:

            - All cell phones & electronic devices are to be turned off and not accessible to students.

- The consequences for cheating on an exam will be a zero on the exam.

After Your Exam : Students are to go quickly and quietly to the cafeteria lower floor or home.

Buses: Monday and Friday – 3:30 p.m., Tuesday and Thursday – 11:30 a.m. and Wednesday at 1:00 p.m. Be outside to promptly to catch your bus as there is only one run.   

Lockers : Students are asked to get everything they need from their lockers BEFORE EXAM WEEK. Students are not permitted to go to their lockers between 10:15 and 11:00 a.m. This helps to maintain a quiet environment for those writing exams. Announcements will be held until 11:15am - Conference students entering the building for their conference are not permitted to go to their lockers from 8:45 am to 11:00 am.   

Textbooks & School Property

It is the student’s responsibility to return school property to their teachers including: textbooks, library books, and calculators, etc. before the exam begins. If a student has lost a textbook or library book they are to pay the replacement cost to the subject teacher or library.

Absences during exams

Exams are to be written in all courses as scheduled and English conferences are to be attended as scheduled. Alternate arrangements occur only at the discretion of an administrator. A medical certificate will be required. Please Note: Notification of any absence must occur before the writing of the examination - Please call (457-6898) if leaving a message please include the student’s full name.

Cafeteria Service:

Monday:          OPEN- regular hrs of operation

Tue-Friday:     ***CLOSED

Semester 2: All students will return Wednesday, January 30 to begin Semester 2 and receive their report card and semester 2 schedule

Necessary Course Changes only for semester 2:

Please note the following course change request procedures. Do not  wait until after exams to put in requests for changes:

  1. We will be accepting appointment requests for necessary course changes until the end of exam week. Deadline for requests is Friday, January 25th, 2019.

  2. Necessary course changes must meet one of the following criteria–you don’t have the prerequisite, you don’t have post-secondary requirements, you changed your post-secondary path, or you failed a compulsory course.

  3. As of January 30th, 2019, only students who have failed a compulsory course or a pre-requisite course will be considered for course changes. (Students have schedules built on their choices and alternates).

January 08

First Rate Driver is starting another course on February 5th at Leo Hayes.  There is another discounted gift certificate available for the course.  Please get in touch with kurt.allen@nbed.nb.ca in order to make arrangements.  If you are not successful in getting the gift certificate please go to www.firstratedriver.ca and register on-line for the program to reserve a seat in the course as spots will likely fill up quickly.  As long as the student will be 16 on or before April 5th they will qualify to take the class.

January 08

Please be advised that all after-school activities have been cancelled for today, Tuesday, January 8, 2019.  This includes all sporting practices and games.

November 29
Yearbook Information

Yearbooks make great Christmas presents, even if you have to wait until the end of the school year for them to come in!


You can order a yearbook any time at https://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1419661/Leo-Hayes-High-School/

Just have your credit card ready!  Books will be delivered to the school at the end of the year and given directly to students.

You can also bring $60 (cash or cheque made out to LHHS) and see Mr. Browne in B211, at lunch or after school.

The only way to guarantee that you get a book is to pre-order! Yes we do order some extras, but not very many!  Why take the chance?

Have you read this far? Here's some trivia!

Editors start working on the book in August, before their senior year even starts.  The book is finished in March, and then delivered to the school in late May.  This makes YB a longer commitment than any other school sport, club or committee!

- Our 2018 yearbook was awarded "Best yearbook in the province for a school with more than 650 students" by the NB association of Student Leadership!

- The cost of a book has been frozen at $60 for a few years now, and we pass every savings on to you!  One book costs more than $58 to produce, meaning that the school only really makes less than 4% profit!

Your 2019 Dream Catcher Team


November 28
Immunization Clinic

This is a message for all parents or guardians of grade 9 students. Public Health nurses will be coming to your school on November 29th, 2018  to offer all grade 9 students their meningitis and chicken pox vaccines. Your child should have received two information pamphlets.

Please complete the consent form, and return it to your child’s teacher. A signature is required for each vaccine on this form. This should be returned whether the student is being immunized or not.

Please note:

  • If your child had chicken pox disease after he or she was 1 year of age and that was confirmed by a blood test, they do not require the chicken pox vaccine. 

  • If your child has a problem with their immune system, you should contact Public Health prior to signing the consent. 

If you have any questions, please contact Public Health at 506-453-5200.


Link to Meningitis Information

Link to Varicella Information

Grade 9 Consent Form 

November 15
Lions Den Change

​The Lions Den Basketball Tournament will now run on Saturday and Sunday, Nov 17 and 18.  No games will be played tomorrow, Friday, November 16.. 

November 14
School Clothing Discount

​Plesae see the picture on our home page for a discount coupon.

November 08

​Please be advised that first quarter report cards went home yesterday.  Parent-teacher interviews will be held this evening from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. and again tomorrow morning from 8:30 - 11:30 a.m.  Interviews are on a first come basis.  Please bring your child's schedule so you know which teachers you would like to see.  We will have a board set up in the lobby with room numbers to assist you finding those teachers.

November 08
EF Canadian Youth Ambassadors

​Please go to the website below to see an amazing opportunity for some young people to become EF Canadian Youth Ambassadors.



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