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ASD-N to Participate in Orange Shirt Day on September 30th

ASD-N to Participate in Orange Shirt Day on September 30th

Posted: September 23, 2020

ASD-N will be participating in Orange Shirt Day on Wednesday, September 30th.  Many classes will be learning about the importance of Orange Shirt Day and the history that shaped it.

Students and staff will be encouraged to wear an orange shirt to honour Indian Residential School Survivors.  Be sure to take photos and tag those pictures using #ASDNOrangeShirtDay.

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Kindergarten Registration for Children Born in 2016

Kindergarten Registration for Children Born in 2016

Posted: September 21, 2020

Kindergarten registrations in Anglophone School District North will be occurring in the coming weeks. Registrations this year will be completed by following COVID-19 health protocols. If your child will begin Kindergarten in September 2021, please follow these steps to register:
  •  Contact your community school by telephone, between September 24 and October 9, to make an appointment for a face-to-face meeting at the school.
  •  Face-to-face registration appointments will occur from October 13-23 between 8:30 a.m.
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Welcome Back to all ASD-N Students and Staff!

Welcome Back to all ASD-N Students and Staff!

Posted: September 8, 2020

ASD-N schools are excited to welcome students back for the 2020-2021 school year! 

We know that this year looks different from other ones but we have been preparing for this for many months, and assure you that we are providing for the safest possible return for everyone.

We have included some helpful links and reminders, to help you welcome this new school year. Please check them out on our website, under Return to School:

asd-n.nbed.nb.ca/other/return-school-2020-21

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Two NSEE Students Win National Awards

Two NSEE Students Win National Awards

Posted: July 16, 2020

 

 

 

North and South Esk Elementary student Avery Hiemstra has just been awarded first place in the 'Junior Essay' category of The Royal Canadian Legion’s National Literary Contest.  Avery was recognized for her writing proficiency and her ability to clearly evoke a strong sense of Remembrance in her work in a congratulatory letter from Dominion President Thomas Irvine, sent on behalf of the Royal Canadian Legion.

 

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A Special National Indigenous Peoples Day Message from Elder Donna Augustine

A Special National Indigenous Peoples Day Message from Elder Donna Augustine

Posted: June 18, 2020

National Indigenous Peoples Day is this Sunday, June 21st.

It is a day for Indigenous Peoples to celebrate and showcase who they are, and a day of prayer to give thanks. 

It is important to recognize the many contributions of the First People of this land, and to celebrate their culture and identity.

Elder Donna Augustine from Elsipogtog First Nation has been a long-time valued contributer to the education and growth of ASD-N students and staff. In the attached link, Elder Donna shares a special message with ASD-N students about National Indigenous Peoples Day.

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ASD-N Grads Offer Special Messages as Grad Week Kicks Off

ASD-N Grads Offer Special Messages as Grad Week Kicks Off

Posted: June 16, 2020

 

This is a big week for the graduates of ASD-N's eight high schools.  Although celebrations won't look like they have in the past, each school has found unique ways to honour this group of graduating students. 

ASD-N is very proud of their accomplishments and their resiliency, and hopes that 2020 graduates apply their many school experiences to help build bright and successful futures.

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News Story About MVHS And Their Special Olympians Wins National Award!

News Story About MVHS And Their Special Olympians Wins National Award!

Posted: June 9, 2020

A CBC News story about Miramichi Valley High School and their Special Olympians has won the national RTDNA award! The story, which originally aired in February 2019, won the Adrienne Clarkson Award for diversity for all of Canada. Congratulations to MVHS students and staff, to the Special Olympians, to Special Olympics NB, and to Vanessa Blanch!

 

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