Posted: September 6, 2022

ASD-N welcomes all of our new students across the District, and welcomes back all returning students. 

We are excited to see you!

We wish all of our students and families a wonderful and safe 2022-2023 school year!

Posted: August 9, 2022

Are you looking for an enriching experience for you and your family? 

ASD-N is still in need of host families for students arriving in a few short weeks! 

We have students waiting for host families in all areas of the District – from Rexton to Blackville, and Bathurst to Campbellton.

Posted: June 27, 2022


For the first time since June 2019, Anglophone North School District offered District wide Track and Field meets for Grades 3-8. Middle School events were held in Campbellton at the UCT Oval (June 1) and in Miramichi at the JMH Track (June 8). These were followed by Elementary events in Campbellton on June 15 and in Miramichi on June 20 and 21. Even more exciting for Elementary students was that it was the first time participating for all students from Grades 3-5


Posted: June 21, 2022

June 21st is National Indigenous Peoples Day.

ASD-N turns to Elder Donna Augustine for her thoughts and words on what this day means.


National Indigenous Peoples Day June 21

Written by Elder Donna Augustine, Thunderbird Turtle Woman

Posted: June 10, 2022

ASD-N Music Wellness Mentor Terry Whalen is already seeing the benefits of the new Music Wellness initiative that has been introduced in Anglophone North School District.

Terry currently works with students in the Miramichi area, helping to cultivate their love of music and offering opportunities within their school day to develop their skills.

Posted: June 7, 2022

Under blue skies and sunshine, EWG Middle School hosted it's first Mawi'omi (Pow Wow) this afternoon in Rexton. Led by local Elders, some students from Rexton Elementary School and Bonar Law Memorial School joined EWG students and participated in the traditional event, that included dancing and drumming.

Grade 7/8 EWG student Laura Jane wore a ribbon dress that she recently made in her Actvity Period, with the help of Ashley Sanipass from Indian Island, who helps coordinate cultutal actvities at the school.

Drummers from Rexton Elementary were also on hand to lend support.

Posted: May 31, 2022

About Intergenerational Day


Posted: May 5, 2022

Today, May 5th, is National Day of Awareness for Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women. It is also known as Red Dress Day, the red dresses a symbol for those missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls, and for raising awareness of the disproportionate rates of violence against Indigenous women and girls in Canada.

Posted: May 2, 2022

Many schools across Anglophone North School District have stepped up in a variety of ways to help raise awareness and funds for the people of Ukraine. 

Posted: April 5, 2022

What originally started out as an event to offset the cancellation of in person Science Fairs during the Covid-19 pandemic, NB Science Week has taken on a life of its own. In only its 2nd year of existence, the number of session offerings, presenters, and participating classes has grown substantially.


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