In collaboration with local First Nation communities, ASD-N hosted 3 multi school Mawi’omis (Mi’kmaq word for gathering) in three locations this past week. Tuesday, May 29 at Bathurst High School with all schools in the Bathurst area attending. Thursday, May 31 was an outdoor event at the beautiful Aboriginal Heritage Garden in Eel River Bar First Nation for all the schools in the Dalhousie region.
Discover 2018 promised to be an exciting event featuring an interactive showcase of innovative teaching & learning currently taking place throughout Anglophone North School District and it certainly did not disappoint. Hundreds of students, teachers, administrators and parents, from Campbellton to Rexton, participated in this fun-filled and very engaging day.
Discover 2018 promises to be a combination of an amusement park meets the CUTE Awards at Max Aitken Academy on Saturday, May 26, 2018, from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM as Anglophone North School District will proudly host Discover 2018: Journey into Innovation. This exciting event will be an interactive showcase of innovative teaching and learning currently taking place throughout our District.
From Builder Boulevard to Planet Parkway or Fantasy Freeway to the Fitness Fun Zone, there promises to be something for everyone.
Discover 2018: Journey into Innovation will take place on May 26, 2018, 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.
ASD-N would like to congratulate all the students who participated in the 32nd annual provincial “Concours d’art oratoire” on Saturday, May 5 at the Université de Moncton. Thirty students from our district from grades 6 to 8 went to compete. The following students were in the top of their field! Félicitations à tous!
Each year, Speech-Language & Audiology Canada (SAC) dedicates the month of May to raising public awareness about communication health. SAC works to highlight the importance of early detection and intervention in the treatment of communication disorders, and the role that members and associates play in helping people to “Speak well. Hear well. Live well.” Check out www.maymonth.ca for more information.
UNB have announced their summer music camps for 2018. They have a range of offerings this year, including Band, Strings, and Youth Strings camp, along with the newer Songwriting, Electronic Music, and Music for Youngster’s camps.
The camps suit ages from 3 up to 17, from complete beginners to musical virtuosos.
The brand new Electronic Music Camp is particularly suitable for kids who might not play instruments, but love to create.
UNB has affordable residence options, as well as a day camp option.