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December 13
Last week events!

Monday – Ugly sweater day

Tuesday – Holiday Duo (santa & reindeer, elves, be creative)

Wednesday -  Red & green day

Thursday – movie character (and/or ugly sweater day for Elementary)

Friday – PJ day

December 13
Week of Dec 16

T'is the week before the holidays and the students are wound up tight
with practice for the concert all with in sight.

Wednesday at 6 the students will be singing
with sounds of your lose change added to the jar of giving

Christmas shopping will take place for students K-5
Monday is the day to send your list for kids to buy

Tuesday will be the day for 6-12 to shop
be sure to remind them so you will not be forgot

A school wide turkey dinner will be served on Monday at noon
For volunteers who got our invitations we hope see you soon

With 5 more days to go we beg of you for this
Keep the kids with bedtimes and the sugar can go amiss

For the teachers have worked hard each day and all day long
and this help from mom's and dad's we too will sing a song

We made it, we did it, we were worried we would drop
But thanks to your kids who make us smile and lots of coffee pots


December 04
Chinese Winter Camp Host Families Needed

​Hello Husky Families,

C-NCS as has been invited to host Chinese Winter Camp February 1 – February 8, 2020

During this week there will be a total of 60 students and 8 chaperones will be in the province and C-NCS has been asked to host 4-8 students and one teacher.

  1. Students will attend school and activities will be arranged for them after school.
  2. Host families are expected to provide a bedroom and breakfast for the students 2 days a week.  The school will provide lunch daily and most dinners. The school will provide all activities for the students and host families are always welcome to join us.
  3. This is a wonderful opportunity for our students to get to know Chinese students, culture and foods.
  4. Each family we be given a $50 gift card as a thank you.

If you have been considering hosting an international student this is a very short and simple way to test the program out and see if it is a good fit for your family.

Please contact Mr R Wilson if you are interested or have any questions at robert.wilson@nbed.nb.ca

December 02
Youth Vaping

Concerns About Youth Vaping In New Brunswick

Saint John, NB, Canada / Country 94
Concerns About Youth Vaping In New Brunswick
A report on kids and mental health struggles shows many are falling into the teenage pitfalls of drinking, drugs and tobacco, but one issue is really on the rise.
NB Health Council CEO Stephane Robichaud says vaping is really becoming an issue.
“There have been significant increases overall from about low 20’s to about 30 per cent of youth tried vaping in the last year which is worrisome,” Robichaud said.
He says even though it is on the rise, there doesn’t seem to be any pattern or clusters emerging according to their data.
“[There is] no rhyme or reason as to parts of the province that are seeing bigger increases, for example, Saint John has seen a bigger increase than the provincial average but so has some of our rural communities as well,” Robichaud said.

November 27
Holiday Events at C-NCS

​Please send any items you can to the school to support our Children's Christmas Shopping Spree. Any new or gently used items would be wonderful.

Holiday Concert

Dec 18th at 6:00

Snow Date is the 19th at 6:00



November 27
Bussing Townhall

​below you will find the link to watch the Bussing Townhall

tonight at 6:30


November 22
Vaping Call to Action! - Cancelled due to lack of interest

C-NCS has 82 student in grades 6-12 and in a recent OurSchool Survey students have told us that 24% of ML students and 32% of High School students have tried or are vaping daily. We are seeing students leave the property to vape, selling vape juice at school and students are vaping in our bathrooms. Last year we had 0% of students vaping at C-NCS. This is a dramatic and dangerous rise in student participating in this damaging behaviour.

We are hosting a call to action-information session for the community of Cambridge-Narrows on November 27th from 5:00-6:30. During this time we will have an information session provided by ASD-W Health Care workers and your dinner will be provided by our Culinary Tech students.

This meal and information session is free, all we ask is that you call the school to reserve a seat. Please bring your child, your family members and your friends.

Ms Bishop
November 22
Town hall - part 2

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November 22
School District to talk snow days at town hall - Part one

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November 21
Announcements for the week of Nov 25th

​Hello Husky Families,
Here are your weekly announcements

Parent Teacher is tonight from 5-7 and tomorrow 1-3
In an effort to become a green school we are doing what we can to cut down on the use of plastics therefore we will no longer be providing plastic spoons and forks for the students.
Our lost and found box runith over please take a peek and take your children's clothing home with you.
Thank you to everyone who has sent in items for the Christmas Shopping event please keep the items coming! Also do not forget to send in your child's spending money to purchase items. $5.00 per gift one for the adults who our children call mom's and dad's.
C-NCS will be hosting a Vaping supper seminar on Wednesday November 27th. We hope you and anyone you would like to bring with you will come and learn about the harmful aspects of children vaping. It will begin at 5:00 and you will be fed a delicious dinner while you learn. Anyone and everyone is welcome to join us. All we ask is that you call the school and let us know how many meals you need.
We still have around 50 families who have not paid their student fees - if you could please send that in.
Lastly, our flags are at half mast today in recognition of the passing of our Mayor and they will remain down until the celebration of life service.

Thank you,
Have a wonderful weekend and we will see you all on Monday


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