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Posted: May 14, 2014

Anglophone North School District recently recognized community support for education with the Celebrate the Spirit Award.  This award, first started in the former School District 15, selects one or more individuals from the community to be recognized and honoured for their contribution to education. Recipients, who by virtue of their mere presence in our schools, enhance the positive and enthusiastic culture that makes Anglophone North School District a great place in which to educate children.

Posted: May 12, 2014

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Posted: May 10, 2014

Posted: May 9, 2014

Sugarloaf Senior High School has received a donation towards anti-bullying initiatives from the City of Campbellton. Polyvalente Roland Pepin, the city’s froncophone high school, also received a similar donation. Visit Donation to see photo.

Posted: May 9, 2014

If you are a student looking for advice in finding a summer job Services Canada can help. There will be a presentation on SC’s  programs and services for youth, Tuesday May 13 at 7:00pm at the Newcastle Library, Miramichi. See the attachment below for details.

Posted: May 7, 2014

On April 25th, students at Lord Beaverbrook School (LBS) in Campbellton participated in HOP for muscular dystrophy (MD).  To help raise awareness about the musculoskeletal disease students kindergarten to grade 4, hopped, danced, jumped and moved around the school gym. During the event, students were excited to have their faces painted by parents volunteers and enjoyed a healthy snack provided by their community partner Atlantic Superstore.  Fundraising efforts by students and their families generated over $1800 for Muscular Dystrophy Canada.

Posted: May 7, 2014

The New Brunswick French Second Language Oratory competitions, Concours D’Art Oratoire 2014, sponsored by Canadian Parents for French - NewBrunswick, were held in Moncton on Sunday May 4th at the Université de Moncton. Three ASD-N Students place 1st in 3 of the 16 categories and seven other district students were recognized for second and third place finishes.  The three first place winners are, Iricia Flint-Downey of Eleanor Graham Middle School (grade 8 late French Immersion), Laura Jardine of Blackville School (9/10 Post Intensive

Posted: May 7, 2014

The New Brunswick French Second Language Oratory competitions, CONCOURS D’ART ORATOIRE 2014 sponsored by Canadian Parents for French, New Brunswick, were held in Moncton on Sunday May 4th at the Université de Moncton. Three ASD-N Students place 1st in 3 of the 16 categories and seven other district students were recognized for second and third place finishes.  The tree first place winners are,  Iricia Flint-Downey of Eleanor Graham Middle School (grade 8 late French Immersion), Laura Jardine of Blackville School (9/10 Post Intensive French) and Neha Siddhartha of Miramichi

Posted: April 30, 2014

A grade three French Immersion student at Croft Elementary School has received national recognition from the Canadian Legion. Madalyn Waye-Sobey’s entry in the Primary Level black and white poster category received Honorable Mention distinction in the most recent Remembrance Day Poster and Literary Contest. This is effectively third place amongst all the entries from across Canada. A presentation was made to Madalyn by the Newcastle Legion president Gerald Mullins at an assembly at her school on Wednesday April 30th. This is only the third time that

Posted: April 29, 2014

More than fifty projects were presented by ASD-N Middle School students at the annual ASD-N Heritage Fair held at the Education Centre in Bathurst on Tuesday April 29th. Over recent months a wide variety of topics had been researched and relevant colourful and creative presentations mounted on display boards. Speeches were rehearsed and questions anticipated. During the morning of the fair a dozen judges spent two hours visiting various projects, listening to the young historians about their interest, asking questions and viewing the display boards. They came away duly impressed.

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