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Posted: December 8, 2020


Posted: November 30, 2020

Dialogue New Brunswick recently launched The 2020-2021 Social Cohesion Lab which aims to assist youth ages 15-30 “to develop projects in our various communities in New Brunswick that are related to social cohesion, affecting economic, cultural, social and political aspects.” The cohort of 20 youth that have been selected has been announced and Anglophone North School District is well represented with 8 youth coming from our district.

Posted: November 25, 2020

Students throughout ASD-N are finding ways to spread kindness and joy, and help their communities during these challenging times.

Two examples of that are sisters Elianna and Sophia Pitre. Elianna is a Grade 8 student at Superior Middle School and Sophia is in Grade 5 at Terry Fox Elementary.

Posted: November 20, 2020

The Government of New Brunswick has moved Zone 1 into the Orange Recovery Phase, effective at midnight on November 19th. Because some ASD-N schools are located within this zone, and we know that some staff and students travel from one zone into another, we are sharing this updated information:

 

Posted: October 30, 2020

Anglophone North School DIstrict, City of Miramichi and the Miramichi Police Force issued a joint statement earlier this afternoon.

In the letter, the community leaders thanked all citizens who have showed their support and sent messages of condolence following another terrible loss in the community.

Posted: October 22, 2020

Do you know an educator who is making a significant difference for learners?

The Minister’s Excellence in Education Awards recognizes educators demonstrating outstanding skills in:

• Innovative educational practices and leadership
• Responding to the diverse needs of all learners
• Lifelong learning
• Fostering a positive learning environment

This is a great opportunity to acknowledge an individual who demonstrates exceptional commitment and dedication to learners!

Posted: October 1, 2020

 

September 30th was a historic day at Nelson Rural, as the school raised the Mi'kmaq Grand Council Flag.  The flag will now fly permanently, joining Sugarloaf Senior High School and Rexton Elementary School in ASD-N.

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