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October 28
Weekly Memo Oct 31-Nov 4

Well, the day has finally arrived – Halloween Howl! Our volunteers and staff have been working hard to get our school ready for this event that we have missed so much the last few years. This week, we had a visit from CNIB to talk about vision differences. As well, we held our second Student Voice Meeting. Different students are invited to attend this meeting every month, with the goal of having 100% representation by the end of the year. See the attached picture for our students’ ideas this month. We also had our Star Student assembly which is always very exciting! Mrs. LeBlanc (school counsellor) and I met with students on Thursday who might be interested in becoming a MAS Student Leader! See attached pictures for the activity we did with the students to form the group. Today, we’ll have our first Friendship Friday read aloud where I will read a story over Teams about how to be a good friend, and we will discuss the message of the story as a school.

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Items to note for this week: 

  1. Wednesday, Nov. 2 – PSSC and Home & School meeting at 6:30 at the school 

  1. Friday, Nov. 4 – Picture retakes are due 

  1. Friday, Nov. 4 – Elementary School Night – UNB Reds Women’s Hockey vs. St. Thomas Tommies 7pm Aitken Centre 


Looking ahead: 

-November 8 – Diabetes presentation  

-November 10 – Remembrance Day ceremony 

-November 11 – Remembrance Day (No school) 

-November 14 Molly Brown (First Nations Education Lead) will be here to do class presentations 

-November 15 – Student perception surveys open (these are done at school) 

-November 17 – Purchasing books from Chapters through our Indigo grant 

-November 18 – NO SCHOOL as it is a teacher PL day 

-November 21-25 – Diversity and Respect Week 

-November 24 Student Voice Meeting & STAR student assembly 


We look forward to seeing families out tonight for the Howl! 

Mrs. Christie Jordan 



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