Three students who are part of an Enrichment Initiative at Sugarloaf Senior High School placed 3rd in the 2017 Worksafe NB Video Contest. Grade 12 students Jessie Boekelder and Samuel Farrar-Cranton and Logan Geraghty who is Grade 11 had the unique opportunity to produce, direct and star in videos over the course of the semester. They were chosen for this Initiative due to their exceptional talent and interest in video and audio. They took on this challenge and produced a high quality video. They continue to produce other videos. Sugarloaf is extreamly proud of these three students.
ASD-N is seeking applicants for day-to-day supply teaching positions. Both certified teachers and local permits will be considered. Local permits should have a minimum requirement of four years post-secondary education. However, candidates with less education will be considered and are welcome to apply. Applicants are invited to send a request to email@example.com for an application.
On March 25, students participated in the ASD-N North Shore Regional STEM Fair held at Terry Fox Elementary School. Students had a chance to present their projects to a group of judges from the community. Students also took part in hands-on STEM sessions focused on robotics, programming and making.
The 2017 Anglophone North School District Chess Tournament was held at Rexton Elementary School on Saturday, March 18th and once again proved to be a very successful event. There were 48 students registered in the tournament this year representing 14 different District schools.
The New Brunswick Teen Apprentice Program (NBTAP) is recruiting Grade 10 and 11 students for Summer 2017 skilled trade pre-apprentice work opportunities with employers throughout New Brunswick. Applications will be accepted from February 1 to March 17.
Congratulations to the grade 2 students at Lord Beaverbrook School, L. E. Reinsborough School and Tide Head School who recently completed the fall session of the Elf Program. A winter session is currently underway at all three schools.
Students from Anglophone North School district in the Bathurst and Janeville area assisted in The Spirit of Christmas for vulnerable seniors with support exceeding over 270 recipients, many still residing in their own homes. Support included packing food items, baking, fundraising, shopping and decorating as a pay it forward gesture during the holiday season.
The Rotary Club of Bathurst and Superior Middle School are proud to introduce the first middle level Interact Club in the province. Approximately 30 students are participating and have already volunteered for The Spirit of Christmas, a local project for seniors. They have also begun to work with the Lesotho Africa global initiative.
Interact is a service club for youth ages 12 to 18. Members of the Rotary Club of Bathurst mentor interactors on a weekly basis to plan, organize and implement projects that helps their school or community.