Graduation Dates 2022
Friday June 17 - 7pm Baccalaureate Service
Tuesday June 21 - 6pm Graduation followed by Safe Grad
Thursday June 23 - 7pm Prom/Grand March
6-8 Assembly Highlights
Dear parents of middle school students at SCS,
We are reaching out to let you know that today we had our
first grade 6-8 assembly in many years. This was a chance to review middle school
rules and expectations now that Covid restrictions have been lifted. Some of
the rules for middle school students are different than those for high school
students. This can sometimes cause confusion and frustration as gr 6-8 students
are not allowed the same freedoms as their peers in high school.
Here are the main reminders covered at the assembly:
at the office if you arrive after the bell
-middle school students are
required to be signed out by a guardian and are not otherwise able to leave property
during the school day unless supervised by their teacher
-middle school students eat snacks
(10:40-11:00 am) and lunch (12:00-12:15pm) in the cafeteria. From 12:15-12:35,
students can stay in the cafeteria, go to the gym, go outside, go to the library,
or stay in the main lobby of the school.
-middle school students do not have
access to the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) internet connection at the school. Phones
at school are becoming a significant distraction and need to stay in pockets,
back packs, and out of site during instructional time unless directed by the
teacher. Students are not allowed to take pictures or videos of other students
or staff at school or on the bus. As guardians, if you need to contact your
child during the day, please call the office or wait for one of the break times
-we are fortunate to have
partnerships with the Just Friends Food Bank and other organizations to provide
food and hygiene products for students in need. While all students have access
to these resources, it is important that we respect this and use only what we
We have amazing students at SCS. Thank you for all you do to
support them and us in our work.
Katherine Loughrey, Principal
Parent/Teacher Interviews April 2022
Meetings will take place in person, virtually on Teams, or by phone on Wednesday April 13 5-7pm and Thursday April 14 8:30-11:30am. Please use this link to book your appointment. https://outlook.office365.com/owa/calendar/StanleyConsolidatedSchool1@nbed.onmicrosoft.com/bookings/s/xpNK2nmvLkaDp47tiOKdKA2
Buses at SCS
There is a shortage of casual bus drivers in our province. If your child’s bus driver is ill and unable to drive the bus on a given day, there may not be a replacement bus driver to fill in and the bus will not run on that day. Our students know their bus driver’s name, but some students may not know what their bus number is.
ASD-W will announce any bus numbers that are not running on a particular day, not the bus driver’s name.
Bus Numbers at SCS
Paul Maher #280
Ashley Stanley #281
Angela Maher # 282
Anouchka O'Hara #283
Twila Ryan #286
STU Info for Grads and interested Grade 11
STU will be visiting virtually on Thursday,
October 28th from 12:00-12:35 pm for virtual one-on-one
meetings in Ms.Roy’s room ( Room 122)
a thank you for attending the virtual presentation, they will be
waiving application fees for any student that applies within 24 hours of the
presentation! You can start the application process by completing an
application online at www.stu.ca.
This is a
great opportunity to see where you are at in our admissions process, get
more information, and ask any questions you have regarding St. Thomas that you
If you have any questions or concerns in the
meantime, please do not hesitate to reach out via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parent School Support Committee (PSSC) meetings are public. We continue to seek new members. Your input is valuable. The commitment works out to 5-8 hours per year. We have positions for parents, as well as one community member, and one student member. If you are interested, please reach out to myself, a PSSC member, or join us online tomorrow evening. Please find the link below.
Katherine Loughrey is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: SCS PSSC
Time: Oct 12, 2021 06:00 PM Atlantic Time (Canada)
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 884 4131 9745
Home and School Meeting
We will have our first Home and School Meeting on Tuesday, Oct 12 at 7:00 via Zoom. Any interested parents/guardians are welcome to attend.
Meeting ID: 926 3730 6240
Immunization Clinic Postponed
Clinic for Tetanus, Tdap and HPV that has been scheduled for grades 7, 8 and 9 on
October 4 has been canceled due to the high number of covid cases. We will let
you know the new date once it has been re-scheduled.
Home and School
Home and School at
interested in helping and being involved at SCS? If so, then joining the Home
and School might be just for you!
excited to announce that will be starting a Home and School Association at SCS.
We will meet every second Tuesday of the month at 7:00 on-line. This is open to
interested families K-12 who have some time to volunteer to help ensure that
our students have the best experience at SCS. Home and School will fundraise
for the school to help provide teachers with resources to help enhance student
learning or to make fun learning days for everyone at the school.
If you are
interested in attending our first on-line meeting on Tuesday, October 12, please
let me know. We hope to meet in person soon!
Youth Mental Health
Below is a link to a great article about Youth Mental Health. Our students are dealing with this pandemic as best they can - but could we support them even more? Have a read and see what you think.
Youth Mental Health
Fiancial Education Workshops (virtual) for High School Students
The Canadian Foundation for Economic Education in partnership with the Province of New Brunswick is holding a virtual workshop designed to provide youth with a unique experience exploring concepts outlined in CFEE's 'Money and Youth' and other related resources. The workshop will focus on goals and decision making, planning for the future, banking, saving and the use of credit, budgeting to reach a goal, careers including entrepreneurship and the decision making around obtaining and paying for post-secondary education. There will be time devoted to the realities of the post COVID19 world, and a question and answer session following the workshop.
The workshop will include instructions on how to access and use CFEE and other resources easily and effectively as high school graduates deal with changes to education environments including learning at home, and the steps needed to prepare for post-secondary school and work-life realities in a changing world.
This workshop will be presented by Kevin Maynard, VP of the Canadian Foundation for Economic Education, and hosted on the Zoom videoconferencing platform. Please note the time zone, as these will be delivered from 11:00am – 12:30pm AST)
Below are the 4 Zoom links re the various youth workshops with the Province of New Brunswick:
Tuesday, March 23, 10-11:30 a.m. EST, IG Youth, New Brunswick (English and French marketed to NB educators)
Wednesday, March 24, 10-11:30 a.m. EST, IG Youth, New Brunswick (English and French marketed to NB educators)
Tuesday, November 9, 10-11:30 a.m. EST, IG Youth, New Brunswick (English and French marketed to NB educators)
Wednesday, November 10, 10-11:30 a.m. EST, IG Youth, New Brunswick (English and French marketed to NB educators)
Gr.6-12 Meet the Teacher
The 2020 school year is off to a fantastic start! Many things are different this year - our annual meet the teacher event being one. Attached you will find a power-point presentation that will put a face to the names your children may have been telling you, if they're in grades 6-12. In the slides you will see each of their e-mail addresses and we also included our Facebook page name. Please visit these sites often to stay on top of all the great things going on at SCS.
Virtual Meet the Teacher 2020.pdf