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September 17
Orange Shirt Day

The annual Orange Shirt Day on September 30th opens the door to global conversation on all aspects of Residential Schools. It is an opportunity to create meaningful discussion about the effects of Residential Schools and the legacy they have left behind.  A discussion all Canadians can tune into and create bridges with each other for reconciliation.  A day for survivors to be reaffirmed that they matter, and so do those that have been affected.  Every Child Matters, even if they are an adult, from now on. 

Please wear ORANGE on September 30th.

September 05
The September Calendar is now ready to view under newsletters.
September 04
School Cash ONLINE

Parents can now pay for their school supply fees ONLINE. Please call the school if you have any issues.      ​

August 28
Welcome Back

​hello Parents. School start up has had some challenges.  We are still without power to the building.  Class lists will not be emailed as per the usual. You may find your students class at our meet the teacher.  We have changed the format this year.   It will be a drop in event, on Thursday, August 29th between 4 and 5pm.  Come anytime between those hours, visit with the teacher, bring the children as well this year to see their classroom.

The online student feel option will not be available until the first week of school so you will have to hold off paying school fees until the online option is set up.  We encourage all families to pay online, thus reduces a lot of accounting steps for us.

I will email teachers names and grades as soon as we have power so you have an idea of where your child was placed for this school year.  

K parents, please sign up for your child's start date, either tue or wed, 9-11, at our meet the teacher event.

June 26


School will resume on

                                       Tuesday, September 3rd 2019.


                  Meet the teacher night for parents only will be
                              Thursday, August 29th at 4:00 PM.

            Class supply lists you can find on this website under quick links.


June 11
Check calendar for upcoming activities at MSS
June 10
Thank you Volunteers!

​Please check out our latest video section!  For four days, our leadership students will be adding a new video to thank all our volunteers this year for your hard work!

June 05

​TRACK POST PONED UNTIL MONDAY, JUNE 10th due to forcast of rain for tomorrow.

May 30
Tower to Table

An Invitation To Attend Our


Where: Montgomery Street School Gym

When: Monday, June 17, 2019




With the nine classes involved in this project having nearly all visited with the Fredericton Food Bank’s chef Yves Deschenes for the second time, it is time to invite everyone from our school community to their “Tower to Table”

Food Expo and Celebration.


            Much has been learned and accomplished.  Students have:

            -visited Karen Verfloot’s and John Schuttenbeld’s farms to see where the food we eat comes from

            -learn about healthy eating and other healthy habits from “Freggie” and his friends (Jill Francoeur,             health nurse; Max and Whitney dietician interns, Shauna Miller,dietician; and Joe Crossland,  district             Phys. Ed. / wellness mentor)

            -prepared their own healthy meals and learned about food preparation and safety at the food bank

            -learned about plant growth and grew some of the food used in their Food Bank meals with the school’s           Tower Gardens

            -made healthy choices and learned about own strengths and talents

            -developed positive relationships within the community and their classes


            Now, students are using these talents and interests to prepare projects showing what they have learned             for you to view at our Expo.  Afterwards, pick up some healthy recipes and materials and check out             displays on:

            -organic gardening (John Coates, Fredericton Community Garden)

            -the latest nutritious foods (Michelle Lajoie, dietician, Atlantic Super Store)

            -all of the programs offered by the Fredericton Food Bank (Allison Juta)


A special thank you goes out to Wellness NB’s Community Food Action Program, which provided the $5000 grant that made much of this project possible; all the farmers and specialists who helped us; and parents and grandparents who accompanied us on field trips.


Schedule for Class Visits to the Expo:

Each class will have 30 minutes in the gym; when one group gets half way through the exhibits, the next class enters- 


8:30 AM           Mrs. Miller’s class

8:45 AM          Mrs. Eroh’s class

9:00 AM          Mrs. Chisholm’s class

9:15 AM          Mrs. Belyea’s class

9:30 AM          Madame Smith’s

9:45 AM          Monsieur Ross’ class

10:00 AM        Mrs. Casey Smith’s class


10:45 AM         Mrs. MacDonald’s class

11:00 AM        Mrs. Hunter’s class

11:15 AM        Madame Armstrong’s class

11:30 AM         Monsieur Lawson’s class

11:45 AM        Madame Toner’s class

May 24
Yearbook ERROR

For those who receieved their preordered yearbooks. There was an error and so you will be sent home shortly another yearbook with the correct information.     ​

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