The Turnaround Awards Banquet for the Chaleur Area Schools in Anglophone North School District was held on May 28th at the Gowan Brae Golf Course in which six recipients were recognized. The Turnaround Achievement Awards Program is one that recognizes students from each school of the Chaleur region for their effort and commitment in turning his or her life around with respect to attitude, behaviour, academic performance, and/or personal obstacles. Schools have traditionally recognised overachievers, the top athlete and top academics.
For the first time in Anglophone North School District history, large-scale Track and Field events were held at the Middle School level for students in Grades 6-8. Approximately 500 students from 18 schools participated in Middle School Track and Field Events recently held in Miramichi and Campbellton.
Discover 2019: Journey into Innovation will take place on May 25, 2019, at Max Aitken Academy in Miramichi from 1 PM to 4 PM. This event will be an interactive showcase of innovative teaching and learning happening throughout our district.
Over 1200 Anglophone North School District students from five schools will be participating in a Mawi'omi today at Max Aitken Academy in Miramichi. The Grand Entry is at 9:30 a.m. and ceremonies take place from 9:30 - 11:30 a.m. and from 12:30 - 2:30 p.m. Mawi'omi is the Mi'kmaq word for gathering, and Mawi'omis were traditionally known as Pow Wows.
The Turnaround Achievement Awards Banquet for the Restigouche Area Schools in Anglophone North School District was held on May 7th at the Alma Hall in Atholville in which six recipients were recognized. TheTurnaround Awards Program recognizes students from each school in the Restigouche region for their effort a
Anglophone North School District will be celebrating our community partnerships and academic excellence in preparation for our upcoming student tour of Normandy, to walk in the footsteps of the North Shore Regiment. The event will be taking place at the James M. Hill Memorial High School Auditorium on Tuesday, May 14th at 6:30 p.m.
North and South Esk Elementary recently installed Sensory Floor Paths at their school. What is a sensory path? Students are able to release energy and tension by traveling through a series of physical movements like hopping, skipping, balancing, jumping and stretching while improving their ability to learn. These activities will help our students deal with anxiety or over stimulation and can even engage them in literacy and numeracy at the same time! The kids at NSEE school love it!
The nominations for the 2018-2019 Minister’s Excellence in Education Awards are now open. If you know an educator who is making a significant difference for learners, then this is a great opportunity to acknowledge their exceptional commitment and dedication to learners!