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June 15
McAdam High Middle School 2021-2022 Supply List

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Middle School Supply List 2021-2022


Math Set with Protractor

Calculator (scientific)

6 - Binders (Size 1 ½ “)

Ear Buds/Headphones

1- Writing Folder (2 pocket Folder)

Loose Leaf Paper

6 - Duotangs


HB Pencils

Pens (blue, black & red)

Pencil Crayons


Ruler (30cm)


Glue Sticks


Indoor Non-Marring Sneakers for Phys. Ed 

Phys. Ed Clothing (Shorts/Sweats & T-shirt)

Indoor Footwear (with the onset of winter weather students will be required to change their footwear)


A separate binder must be used for each subject

(No LARGE zipper binders Please!)


No Liquid Wite-Out (You may use the tape)


Please label all items with the student’s name.

Some items may need to be replenished during the year!​

May 17
New Boots - Scholarships for 2021-2022

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Inspired by our continuous goal to support women aiming to pursue a skilled trades career, New Boots is excited to announce that we will be presenting FIVE $1000 scholarships to female students studying a non-traditional skilled trade pre-employment program in New Brunswick!
Key information:
                     Resident of NB
                     Accepted or waitlisted for an eligible non-traditional skilled trades program (Please refer to eligible programs list on the website, link below)
                     Application form & Essay about : What inspired you to pursue a non-traditional skilled trade? How will this scholarship help ensure your success in your program? How do you envision your career path?
For more information : info@mapsws.ca  ou (506)658-8282  ou https://www.facebook.com/NBNewBoots
May 14
Postsecondary FSL Bursaries for Students/Des bourses postsecondaires pour vos
FSL Postsecondary Bursaries for Students

Did you know there’s a program offering bursaries for postsecondary studies in French as a second language (FSL) in 26 colleges and universities for your students who want to pursue their studies in French?

Also, discover new videos of 4 young Francophones and Francophiles and start discussions with your students on the importance of speaking French, their relationship to French, or the role of French in their future. A new educational tool made by young people for young people! Visit the
ACUFC YouTube channel.
Des bourses postsecondaires FLS pour vos élèves

Saviez-vous qu’il y a un programme qui offre des bourses d’études postsecondaires en français langue seconde (FLS) dans 26 collèges et universités pour vos élèves qui veulent continuer leurs études en français?

Découvrez aussi de nouvelles vidéos de 4 jeunes francophones et francophiles et lancez les discussions avec vos élèves sur l’importance de parler français, sur leur relation au français ou sur le rôle du français dans leur avenir. Un nouvel outil pédagogique fait par des jeunes pour des jeunes!
Visitez la chaîne YouTube de l’ACUFC.

Live links are in the original communication from CASLT further below/Les liens activées sont dans la communication de l’ACPLS ci-dessous.

April 28
Summer Job Opportunity with Southwest New Brunswick Service Commission

​Southwest New Brunswick Service Commission Landfill Operations Student Worker 1 Job Description Under the oversight of the Site Supervisor, with direction from the Operations Coordinator, the Student Worker 1 will perform various skilled and unskilled operational and/or construction related duties. These duties may be performed on or off site as required by the assigned tasks. JOB RESPONSIBILITIES The responsibility to perform tasks as assigned by the Operations Supervisor and with direction of the Operations Coordinator in a safe and productive manner. These tasks may include:  General labour jobs as assigned.  Site cleanup and litter collection.  Landscaping duties – mowing, trimming, etc…  Cross training with recycle department for labour related tasks.  Willingness to learn and except new tasks as assigned in a safe and productive manner.  Working in a cooperative and productive manner with co-workers. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES This position functions at an operational level, all assigned duties will be supervised and evaluated for completion, efficiency and safe job practices.  Willingness to learn about construction and/or industrial plant operation practices.  Willingness to learn about construction and/or industrial plant safety practices.  Willingness to carry out assigned duties to the best of their ability.  The ability to interact in a responsible, respectable and safe manner when dealing with co-workers, members of the public and waste haulers. QUALIFICATIONS  A resident of New Brunswick or a First Nation community in New Brunswick;  Eligible to work in Canada;  A student in the current academic year and; attending a post-secondary institution full-time in the fall.* *Note: grade 12 students are eligible if attending a full-time post-secondary institution in the fall.  Ability to perform tasks that involve lifting, bending, and related physical activates.  Willingness to learn about construction hand tools.  Willingness to learn about lawn care equipment. Page 2 of 2 Revision May 26/17  Willingness to learn about dealing with the public.  Willingness to learn about working in a team environment. WORKING ENVIRONMENT  A fast paced and ever changing task oriented workplace.  Flexible daily working hours may be required on a task by task basis.  A team orientated work place requiring co-operation and respect for others.  Requires a high level of work quality to insure thorough completion and value of the completed tasks.

April 21

Lakeland Industries has been approved again this year to hire students/youth/young adults for summer employment 2021.  Persons who are presently:
A)           Between the Ages of 15 – 30 years
B)   In High School, grades 9 - 12;
B)   In a Post Secondary Institution;                                          -or-
C)           Have been accepted and attending a post secondary institution in September may apply for these positions with our organization.
(S.E.E.D Registration is required for some of the positions at Lakeland so make sure if you are a graduate and are furthering your education you apply with S.E.E.D).
These student/youth positions will be filled by an interview selection process where the most qualified individuals will be selected for these positions. These positions will be considered Counselor positions with the ability to work and desire to work with and amongst mentally and physically challenged adults doing various duties including light labor duties in the workshop.
We are also interested in students/youth to work in our New Building.  Duties such as working with our clients, assisting the public in the Lakeland Shoppe, Working in the Preparation Room and Food Bank.
All students/youth must have their own transportation to and from Lakeland.
Include with your resume, your acceptance letter from your post secondary institution that you will be attending in September, 2021, or a resume for those who are still attending High School or ages 15 – 30 years.
Please apply in writing to the undersigned by
Friday, May 14th, 12:00 PM (noon)if possible.
Lakeland Industries Sheltered Workshop Inc.
2270 Route 4, Unit 1
St. Croix, NB
E6J 1H2
If you have any questions please contact the undersigned at Tel: 784-2251.
Michael Perrin/Chief Operations Officer
April 21
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April 14
Parent Information Sheet-School Cash Online

The Anglophone West School District uses SchoolCash Online for all school items and activity fees. SchoolCash Online helps our school district in many ways:

• Parents are notified automatically about items and fees for their students.

• Parents have the convenience of a secure online payment platform that is mobile-friendly.

• The schools improve safety and reduce risk by minimizing in-person visits to the school office.

During the Covid-19 pandemic, this safety aspect of the online platform is very important to us: we want to encourage a contactless mandate wherever possible.

Upcoming improvements

• In the coming months, we can start to go paperless by creating web-based forms (for example, registration or sign-up forms) within SchoolCash Online. Parents can access and fill out these forms within SchoolCash Online just as they would access any other item, and they will be notified automatically when a new form for their student is available.

• Even though we encourage online payments to improve safety and reduce risk, we will continue to support cash and cheque payments. Our version of SchoolCash Online is gaining improvements in how cash and cheques are collected and recorded, allowing our teachers and staff to spend more time focusing on students.

• Our payment model is changing slightly to support the paperless forms and cash-processing efficiencies. Beginning in May, a small transaction fee of 4% will be applied to items in the catalog. This will apply to all items online, as well as items purchased with cash or cheque.

For Example:

   For Example:



Flat fee

Taxes on fees

Total fees and taxes

Rounding fee to

the nearest $0.25

Final Price

  $ 10.00






$ 10.75

  $ 9.25






$ 10.00

  Coming soon: Additional online convenience through SchoolCash Online

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If you have not yet registered for SchoolCash Online, do so now!

Be ready to pay for items and complete forms, so that you will be automatically notified of new items as they become available:

1. Go to https://anglophonewest.schoolcashonline.com/ and click Register.

a. Type your first name, last name, and email address, and create a password.

b. Select a security question.

c. Select YES to receive email notifications. You will not receive any marketing emails. Selecting YES enables the system to send you fee notifications.

2. SchoolCash Online will send you a confirmation email. If you don’t receive it, check your Spam folder.

Use your email address and password to log in and see items for your students.

April 08
Bursary - Financial support for post-secondary education

​See the link below gor information and to apply!

  • There are 25 bursaries, each valued at $6,000
  • The bursaries are based on financial need
  • CSTF is specifically looking for students who demonstrate strong character: resiliency, community-mindedness and commitment to excellence
  • Your students can access the application form within their myBlueprint account (in the Scholarships tab)
  • The deadline to apply is May 7, 2021



March 29
Jostens Promotions

March Promotion- 3 Day $60.00 Off:
    • $60.00 off grad jewelry (*some exclusions apply, visit www.jostensmaritimes.ca for full details), offer ends March 31st. Use the online code: MARCH60CAD (3 & 4 month payment plans available online)
April Promotion- $40.00 Off All Month:
    • $40.00 off grad jewelry (*some exclusions apply, visit www.jostensmaritimes.ca for full details), offer ends April 30th. Use the online code: SENIORGIFT40CAD (3 & 4 month payment plans available online)
      •  www.jostensmaritimes.ca
      • Follow us on social media. You’ll be the first to know about up coming promotions, contests and giveaways:
        • Facebook: Jostens Maritimes
        • Instagram: @jostens.maritimes
No In-School Visits, No Problem!
    • We have a variety of options to help you further communicate this information to your grad parents/guardians:
      • Our NEW Website: To place an order, summon your inner jeweler and design your one of a kind grad jewelry using our online 3D ring builder visit: www.jostensmaritimes.ca
      • Grad Finger Sizing From Home: Use our downloadable online tool or request a Jostens Maritimes plastic ring sizer at www.jostensmaritimes.ca
      • *** Vidreach (video email): Customized 45-60 second video to send home to your grad parents/guardians with all the information they need including direct links to where they need to go! ***
      • Grad/Grad Parent/Guardian ZOOM meeting:  Zoom call specially set up for your grad class or attend our general weekly ‘Grad Jewelry’ information session (date and times will be provided)
      • Meet Your Grad Ring via Facebook: Your grad can send us a DM on Facebook (Jostens Maritimes) and we’ll send your grad a 10-15 second video of the ring they are looking to order to celebration their graduation!
March 19
TIANB Scholarship

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The Tourism Industry Association of New Brunswick Tourism Scholarship enables students to pursue a secondary education leading to excellence within the Tourism Industry. 
This year again, TIANB will award 4 x $1000.00 scholarships, to 4 students, to offset post-secondary education expenses and encourage further education in hospitality and tourism. 
Deadline to apply May 7, 2020.
La bourse d'études en tourisme de l'Association de l'industrie touristique du Nouveau-Brunswick permet aux étudiants de poursuivre des études secondaires menant à l'excellence au sein de l'industrie touristique. 
Encore cette année, l'AITNB accordera 4 bourses d'études de 1,000 $ à 4 étudiants pour aider avec les frais d'études postsecondaires et encourager la poursuite des études en hôtellerie et tourisme. 
Date limite de candidature :  le 7 mai 2020.


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