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February 24
March Break Learning

​Leo Hayes Families,

If you are looking for something fun and educational for the whole family over the March Break, Anglophone West School District is offering workshops (guided-learning, live and instructor-led) and courses and resources (self-directed learning) to grow your digital skillset.

Student and Parent Workshops (Guided Learning) 

There are 3 workshops available. Please see below and click on the “Meeting Link” to join the session. You may wish to add these session links to your calendar beforehand, so you have quick and easy access to join the presentation.

SESSION #1

THE REMOTE CLASSROOM: TEAMS FOR FAMILIES (K-12) FEATURING COCO GAUFF

Rising tennis star, Coco Gauff shares tips and tricks for using Microsoft Teams. This free one-hour training session will show families how to be productive and successful while students are learning through Teams.

Tuesday, March 2nd @ 6:00PM Meeting Link

Or 

Wednesday, March 3rd @ 1:00PM Meeting Link

SESSION #2

DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY: CREATE COOL PHOTOS AND STOP MOTION ANIMATIONS (GRADES 2-12)

In this free two-hour workshop, students eight years and older will explore digital photography concepts by taking and editing photos, and then creating a stop motion animated video.

Wednesday, March 3rd @ 6:00PM Meeting Link

SESSION #3

DESIGN AND CREATE YOUR OWN VIDEO GAMES WITH MAKECODE ARCADE (GRADES 2-12)

This free camp teaches students eight years and older how to design and build video games using block coding and fundamental gaming and coding concepts in MakeCode Arcade. 

Thursday, March 4th @ 6:00PM Meeting Link

Courses and Resources (Self-Directed Learning)

ASD-W is also partnering with Microsoft to offer families a comprehensive and growing number of learning opportunities and resources. A full library of free resources is available on the Microsoft Educator Center. These resources are open to the public and include courses, learning paths, tutorials, and other supports. Resources are available in 3 tiers: Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced and can be filtered by Duration, Subject Area, Age Group, Skill Development, and Tool. 

For full details on our offerings and contact information, please see the attached PDF.

ASDW Microsoft Learning Resource Offerings for Familes March 2021.pdf 


February 24
March Break Opportunities
LHHS Families

If you are looking for something fun and educational for the whole family over the March Break, Anglophone West School District is offering workshops (guided-learning, live and instructor-led) and courses and resources (self-directed learning) to grow your digital skillset.

Student and Parent Workshops (Guided Learning) 

There are 3 workshops available. Please see below and click on the “Meeting Link” to join the session. You may wish to add these session links to your calendar beforehand, so you have quick and easy access to join the presentation.

SESSION #1

THE REMOTE CLASSROOM: TEAMS FOR FAMILIES (K-12) FEATURING COCO GAUFF

Rising tennis star, Coco Gauff shares tips and tricks for using Microsoft Teams. This free one-hour training session will show families how to be productive and successful while students are learning through Teams.

Tuesday, March 2nd @ 6:00PM Meeting Link

Or 

Wednesday, March 3rd @ 1:00PM Meeting Link

SESSION #2

DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY: CREATE COOL PHOTOS AND STOP MOTION ANIMATIONS (GRADES 2-12)

In this free two-hour workshop, students eight years and older will explore digital photography concepts by taking and editing photos, and then creating a stop motion animated video.

Wednesday, March 3rd @ 6:00PM Meeting Link

SESSION #3

DESIGN AND CREATE YOUR OWN VIDEO GAMES WITH MAKECODE ARCADE (GRADES 2-12)

This free camp teaches students eight years and older how to design and build video games using block coding and fundamental gaming and coding concepts in MakeCode Arcade. 

Thursday, March 4th @ 6:00PM Meeting Link

Courses and Resources (Self-Directed Learning)

ASD-W is also partnering with Microsoft to offer families a comprehensive and growing number of learning opportunities and resources. A full library of free resources is available on the Microsoft Educator Center. These resources are open to the public and include courses, learning paths, tutorials, and other supports. Resources are available in 3 tiers: Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced and can be filtered by Duration, Subject Area, Age Group, Skill Development, and Tool. 

For full details on our offerings and contact information, please see the attached PDF.

ASDW Microsoft Learning Resource Offerings for Familes March 2021.pdf 


February 22
Graduation

Dear Families of LHHS Grade 12 Students, 

Graduation is an important milestone and the culmination of many years of hard work and a much-anticipated celebration for your children and family. It is a time where recognition and celebration are in order. Last June, we saw that recognition and celebration could still exist in Leo Hayes Style and we will do the same for your graduates of Leo Hayes High School -  Class of 2021. 

Given the announcement from ASDW on February 22, 2021 

“It is with regret that once again, due to COVID-19 restrictions, we will not be able to move forward with traditional graduation activities this year. These activities include a large-scale graduation ceremony with many in attendance, prom, safe grad, and other banquets and events.” 

We are working to put a plan together that follows the guidelines and celebrates your graduates. We will also be releasing an updated graduation fee reflecting the changes to a school-based graduation.  

Thank you for your continued patience and understanding as we navigate these challenging times.

 

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February 21
In The Red Zone - Youth Action, Climate Crisis, and Covid 19  Virtual Event

​The NB Youth Environmental Network will be holding a free youth-led and youth-geared conference on March 6th.

 It is a free virtual event called that will give youth opportunities to network in the environmental sector in NB. They will also share extracurricular and volunteer opportunities.

 To get involved with the Youth Environmental Network pleasecontact Sam at (nben@nben.ca).​​

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February 18
Yearbook Deadline

​Please be advised that Wednesday, February 24th is the final day to order a yearbook.  We will not be able to order any extra this year so, don't be disappointed.  ORDER NOW - $ 65.00 

February 09
French Oral Proficiency

Any grade 12 students who would like to do their

French Oral Proficiency Interview this semester but are not taking a French course should contact Mrs. Stephanie Henry in room A-234 before

Friday February 12, 2021​

February 05
​YES, THERE WILL BE A YEARBOOK THIS YEAR!

 We might want to forget 2020-2021, but we certainly won’t.

The yearbook staff has been working hard and has overcome challenging circumstances to create a book that documents this historic year. 

 This is one book you will want to have.

Take a peek at our cover design:and a sample page under pictures

We are continuing to crowdsource from students pictures of projects, awards, and ways that they are making the best of the school year.

 Look for a follow-up email of how you can help us tell the story of this year with THEIR stories!

 Copies are limited. THE LAST DAY TO PRE-ORDER BOOKS IS FEBRUARY 24TH!!  We don’t have the ability to order extras, so click here to guarantee your copy TODAY.

 From our yearbook staff to your family Happy New Year!

February 04
Ordering Transcripts

Transcripts can be ordered through the Guidance Department by completing the attached form and emailing it to kathie.clark@nbed.nb.ca. Current Student Transcript Order Form.docx  Former Grad Transcript Form.docxFormer Grad Transcript Form.docx


There is a fee of $1.00 each for current students, $5.00 each for graduates of 2016-2020 and $10.00 each for graduates before 2016.  This can be paid by following the link. Pay Here​


When paying online please ​email the confirmation to the email address above.  If you have any questions our direct line is 444-3067. 

February 02
Semester Two Information

1. Start of Second Semester- As a result of the two days of school cancellation the start of second semester will be delayed until Friday, February 5th .  School cancellation moves today’s turnaround day until Thursday making Friday the first day of semester and a contact day for the Day 1 Rotation (A-L). Our Day 2 Rotation (M-Z) students will now return on Monday.  This follows the previously released semester two rotational schedule that has been posted on the LHHS website for some time. 

2. Report Cards – As a result of the storm day and change in the start date, report cards will be given out Friday, February 5th (Day 1 Rotation A-L) and Monday, February 8th (Day 2 Rotation M-Z).

3. Semester Two Schedules- Will be handed out during Homeroom class on Friday and Monday.  




January 06
New Student Registration

Welcome to Leo Hayes High School!  Our building remains closed to the public, but we are happy to process New Student Registration over the phone at 444-3067 or you can complete a registration form by clicking here​.

 A member of the LHHS staff will follow up with information on how to complete the registration process once this form is submitted.

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