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.
Students at Janeville Elementary created a Parisian experience in the 4/5 Intensive French class. As part of the BLEP funds students researched, designed and created a French Parisian Cafe. They made decorations, put up lights , created centre pieces and more! They planned menus and researched recipes. Students voted on what they wanted as a final menu. They learned new terms for food and language on how to be a server in a cafe. Students practiced with each other, finalized the menu and decor and then invited guests. Students invited a line dancing group that had both Anglophones a
On Wednesday, April 11th, ASD-N students participated in the River Valley Provincial Science Fair at UNB, Fredericton. Our district was represented by 20 students presenting 16 unique projects from 6 schools. Students met with professional judges and then were treated to an afternoon of science activities at UNB. A big congratulations to all participants and especially to the seven ASD-N projects who won medals:
Junior Medals Bronze: Rust Buster by Rayne Scott from Superior Middle School Bronze: The Sound of Light by Alicia Gammon from Superior Middle School
The Superior Middle School Rotary INTERACT club of2017 won the Innovation Award for their “Barkers’ Dozen Dog Biscuit” business, where they partnered with the residents of the Southern Comfort Villa to make and sell dog biscuits. The interact students are the youngest group of Rotarians in the province.
Money raised was used to purchase a beautiful crab apple tree for the Villa. The planting of a tree helps address Rotary International President Ian Riesley.
Anglophone North School District welcomed Dr. Isabelle Knockwood, author of "Out of the Depths”, which chronicles the experience of Mi'kmaq children at the Indian Residential School in Shubenacadie, Nova Scotia. Isabelle spent two days in ASD-N on March 19th and 20th. The first day saw ASD-N collaborate with Natoaganeg First Nation to host a spring social/gathering for Indian Residential School Survivors and Elders that included drumming and dancing from students of Natoaganeg School, a talk from Isabelle, and a translation activity for the Elders and Survivors.
On Feb. 20th, 37 teachers from district and First Nation schools came together to learn and talk about the best practices of guided reading. The session was put on by the districts Literacy Lead team. All teachers were sent back to their schools with new understandings, a new text “The Next Step Forward in Guided Reading” by Jan Richardson, and a small guided reading kit.
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