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Posted: April 14, 2014

 Skills Canada NB hosted the annual Provincial  Trades Skills competitions in Miramichi on Saturday April 12. Eighty-six students from 26 New Brunswick High Schools competed in 11 events held at Miramichi Valley High School and James M. Hill High. The winners in each category will represent New Brunswick in the Skills Canada National Competitions in Toronto June 4th  to 7th. Congratulations to the ASD-N students who earned a total of 6 medals: 2 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze. In Carpentry, Michael  Morrison of Miramichi

Posted: April 10, 2014

Pupils from nine ASD-N elementary schools from Janeville to Blackville, participated in the district S.T.E.M. Fair held at Gretna Green Elementary School in Miramichi on April 10. A total of fifty-one projects were presented to judges and the general public by the almost 100 participants. The judges were there to hear the pupils explain their work, their interests, and to discuss their ideas and results. This was not a competitive event, rather one where the exhibitors had a chance to display and share their findings with others. For photos from the event visit ASD-N

Posted: April 7, 2014

The New Brunswick Department of Education and Early Childhood Development is developing a standard province-wide report card for grades k to 8 and is keen to have parental consultations. Please visit the web site linked below to learn more about student assessment and proposals for the new report card. You are invited also to then complete an on-line survey.   Visit Report Card Consultation

Posted: April 4, 2014

The ASD-N Northern Area Science Fair for middle and high school students was held Tuesday April 1 at Jacquet River School.  Six middle school projects were selected to advance to the River Valley Regional Science Fair being held at the University of New Brunswick on April 6th, two from each of Campbellton and Dalhousie middle schools and Jacquet River School. Two entries from Bathurst High were selected from the high school division. See the attached list below for details. View photos at ASD-N Northern Regional Science Fair .

Posted: April 3, 2014

The Anglophone North School District Science Fair was held April 3rd at James M Hill High School. Fifty entries by middle and high school students were reviewed by the panel of judges, a process that involved viewing a display and interviewing the participants about their project, what brought about their interest in it, their experimental methodology and where their continuing interest might lead them. A list of the projects the judges felt were the top three as well as those worthy of honourable mention are listed in the attachment below. These projects are eligible to advance to the River

Posted: March 31, 2014

The  ASD-N Miramichi/Rexton area Chess Tournament took place on Saturday, March 15th.  “Rexton Elementary once again did an amazing job hosting the tournament” stated event co-ordinator Jacqueline Petrie.  Seventeen students from grade 1 to grade 8 participated and are eligible to represent ASD-N at the provincial chess tournament in Quispamsis on April 12th.  Results are attached below. Visit Chess Tournament to see photos of winners.

Posted: March 25, 2014

 The Student Superpower Challenge is a bilingual event and creative competition for New Brunswick high school students to think up some cool solutions to the problems

Posted: March 24, 2014

The Skills Canada High School Provincial Competitions are set to take place in Miramichi on Saturday, April 12, 2014. Some events will be held at James M. Hill High School while others will be presented at Miramichi Valley High School. All participants will end the day at the James M. Hill auditorium for the medal presentations and announcement of the secondary participants who will be invited to participate with Team NB in Toronto, Ontario for the 20th Skills Canada National Competition. Here are the individual competition areas that will be offered for high schools students,

Posted: March 24, 2014

March 24th to 26th - See Attachment for details.

Posted: March 24, 2014

MANGO and the ASD-N Healthy Learners Team are promoting healthy family meals during Nutrition Month.Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but no time on busy weekday mornings?Read more to find out how you can enjoy a Sunday morning style breakfast all week…Mid-week mornings can be hectic. Make-ahead items help you get a satisfying breakfast on the table in no time. Try these delicious ideas: 1. Refrigerate or freeze whole grain pancakes. Reheat in the toaster and top with almond butter and sliced bananas. Enjoy with a glass of milk. 2.

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