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).
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.
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.
French Immersion Registration
On Line registration will be open February 3, 2020 for French Second Language Programs for the 2020-21 school year for Grade 1 and Grade 6 students. A Parent Information Meeting is available Thursday, February 6th (storm date Wednesday, February 12th) at Oromocto High School Library at 6:30 pm. Please see flyer under "Latest Documents".
ADHD WORKSHOPS FREDERICTON
Understanding ADHD in the Home, School and Workplace. Saturday, May 9t, 8:30-4:00 pm at WU Conference Centre, Fredericton. See flyer under "Latest Documents".
Dear School Community,
Research supports the practice of early, frequent, and
positive communication between parents and their children as an important
determinant in the development of healthy sexuality. Through an
extensive literature review and consultation with many community partners, Horizon and Vitalité Public Health Departments, in
collaboration with the Horizon Research Department, are conducting a research
This research survey, available in both official
languages, will explore the current sexual
health education practices and need for resources, of parents, step parents,
and guardians of children
18 years of age and
younger, from across New Brunswick. The results
of the survey will help to inform the development of resources to meet the
needs of “today’s parents”, to support them in their role as the primary sexual
health educators of their children.
If you are a parent, step-parent or guardian of a
child 18 years or younger, Horizon and Vitalité Public Health want to hear from
you!! Thank you for your assistance.
Please click the following link to
access the survey. Thank you for your
First day back to school - Tuesday, January 7th, 2020
CARE Club resumes Thursday, January 16th, 2020.
Mad Science continues Friday, January 10th, 2020, ending Friday, January 17th.
Wednesday, January 15 & 22 - skating at Grant Harvey Center from 9:30-10:30 am.
PALS meeting on Wednesday, January 22nd at 6:00 pm.
All students are invited to attend a UNB Reds Hockey Night, Friday, January 24th @ 7:00 pm, Aitken Center
Monday, January 27th - No School for students.