Posted: November 14, 2021

November 14, 2021

Students, Families and Staff of Anglophone North School District,

I am very pleased to share the news that we will welcome students and staff back to schools on Monday, November 15th.

Posted: October 29, 2021

Please see an important update from Superintendent Mark Donovan, concerning the move to learning from home for all students.


October 29th, 2021


Dear ASD-N Families,

Posted: October 29, 2021

Today, Friday, October 29th is an Operational Day for all schools in ASD-N.

Staff are required to report to work.

Students will remain at home.

Further communication will be coming.

Thank you.

Posted: October 28, 2021


The Premier announced earlier today that as of tomorrow, Friday, October 29th, test results will not need to be collected at school.   Here is the information from today’s press release:


Posted: October 27, 2021

Minister Dominic Cardy shared the following message with families. Please read for details on potential action.



Posted: October 7, 2021

Please see important information from the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development below, on the new Rapid Testing Program that is being rolled out in schools next week:


October 5, 2021

New Rapid Testing Program (COVID-19)

Students and Families,

Posted: October 1, 2021

Anglophone North School District collaborated with the other Anglophone School Districts in New Brunswick to create a video for Orange Shirt Day, lifting the voices of Mi'kmaq, Wolastoq, and Peskotomuhkati leaders and knowledge keepers across the province.

Posted: October 1, 2021

Students from all grade levels and at all schools throughout Anglophone North School District have been opening their hearts and their minds this Truth and Reconciliation Week.

Posted: September 28, 2021

As ASD-N observes Truth and Reconciliation Week, we continue to share some of the happenings in our schools.

Posted: September 27, 2021

Like many things these past 18 months, Orange Shirt Day 2021 presented an unprecedented problem for those wishing to commemorate the legacy of residential school survivors and victims across Canada. In response to supply shortages due to COVID-19 and a surge in demand for orange shirts in the wake of the discovery of the remains of 5143 Indigenous children at residential school sites across the country, ASD-N students in Miramichi came up with a solution.


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