Posted: January 5, 2021

ChangesInDirectives.pdf ( and 

Posted: January 3, 2021

Happy New Year to all!

We wish you a healthy and happy 2021.

EECD is strongly encouraging support of the "mask-up" campaign when students return to school this week.  EECD is asking all students and school staff across New Brunswick to wear  their mask throughout the day as an extra layer of protection for the weeks of January 4-8 and January 11-15.

The full document from Minister Cardy can be found at document (

Posted: December 15, 2020

Congratulations to the Grade 4W-4T and 4-5W classes at Nelson Rural School for being named the Winners in the Top Elementary Vocal category of CBC’s 2020 Canadian Music Class Challenge!

Their entry, described as a “sweet version” of ‘Like a Flower to the Sun’, was announced earlier today as the first place winner.  A panel of celebrity judges from across Canada voted on the selections.  As the winner in their category, the school is awarded $3000 to purchase new instruments.

Posted: December 14, 2020

2020 Share2Care School Mental Health Grant Recipients Announced

PHE Canada providing $14,000 in total funding for seven schools across Canada

Posted: December 14, 2020

Faced with the challenge of not being able to produce a traditional Christmas Concert at thier school, Napan Elementary School decided to create a Christmas video instead. The school is really proud of their students' performance. Please enjoy the Christmas video that they created:

Posted: December 10, 2020

The spirit of giving is alive and well all across ASD-N!

Students in the Miramichi area have taken it upon themselves to ensure that local seniors receive some Christmas magic in this challenging year. 

Posted: December 9, 2020

There was a lot of excitement in Mme. MacDonald's FI Grade 6/7 Science Humaines class at Nelson Rural School yesterday, as students had the opportunity to chat live with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau!

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.


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