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January 14
January Health Notes
January 13
Sexual Health Education Survey

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!! Please use the link below to access the survey. Thank you for your participation!

http://bit.ly/askmeanythingsurvey

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January 10
Town Hall Meeting - Transportation

As the upcoming Town Hall Meeting is fast approaching, we are hopeful to have a great turn-out on Monday night (January 13, 2020 - 6:30 PM) at Carleton North High School as well as the satellite schools; John Caldwell School and Oromocto High School.

Town Hall Meeting - Transportation - January 2020.pdfTown Hall Meeting - Transportation - January 2020.pdf

January 06
Welcome Back - Happy 2020
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December 20
Happy Holidays!

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December 17
Cafeteria Menu - January 2020
November 29
December Health Note - Fire Safety
November 28
District Education Council Informational Posters - See attached
November 26
Town Hall Meeting with Superintendent David McTimoney

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Live Stream at the following link:

https://youtu.be/_B9DFffqUwg

November 25
Our School Survey - Week of December 9th

Centreville Community School will be participating in an online school perception survey for students called the OurSCHOOL Student Survey. Please find the details of the survey implementation below. 

Who: Grades 4- 8

When: December 9 – 13th

Where: Centreville Community School

Why: to measure student engagement, increase student involvement & sense of belonging at school

 About the OurSCHOOL Student Survey:

     Allows students to share their feedback anonymously on their experiences at school, school environment, and school improvement programs. 

     Based on their feedback, students have the opportunity to be involved in action plans fostering increased student engagement

     Participation in the survey is voluntary, however, all students are encouraged to participate.

     The time required to complete the survey may vary, but it is designed to be completed in approximately 35-40 minutes.


Survey measures include such topics as behaviours and attitudes linked to student success, emotional and social well-being and physical health. For more information about the OurSCHOOL Student Survey, please visit The Learning Bar’s website: www.thelearningbar.com.

If you have questions or would like to request more information about Centreville Community Schools’s upcoming implementation of the OurSCHOOL Student Survey, please contact school administration at 276-4000.

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