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Posted: September 8, 2020

ASD-N schools are excited to welcome students back for the 2020-2021 school year! 

We know that this year looks different from other ones but we have been preparing for this for many months, and assure you that we are providing for the safest possible return for everyone.

We have included some helpful links and reminders, to help you welcome this new school year. Please check them out on our website, under Return to School:

asd-n.nbed.nb.ca/other/return-school-2020-21

Thank you!

 

 

 

 

Posted: August 31, 2020

ASD-N has created a short video aimed at helping to keep students and staff mindful of the health and safety protocols as everyone returns to school. The intro and link are located below:

Posted: August 28, 2020

Return to School Messaging – Transportation

Dear ASD-N Families,

We are looking forward to welcoming students back to school, and we want to assure you that the health and safety of our students is a top priority.

You will be able to access Student Transportation information in one of the following ways:

Posted: August 21, 2020

 

Anglophone North School District and Listuguj Education, Training and Employment Collaborate on Return to School

 

Posted: August 13, 2020

The Department of Education and Early Childhood Development released a detailed parent and public

Posted: July 20, 2020

Two ASDN students were recently invited to speak at the Rotary Club of Newcastle weekly luncheon. Their topic: Bloom Coffee - Creating and Growing a New Business During the Covid-19 Pandemic.

Posted: July 16, 2020

 

 

 

North and South Esk Elementary student Avery Hiemstra has just been awarded first place in the 'Junior Essay' category of The Royal Canadian Legion’s National Literary Contest.  Avery was recognized for her writing proficiency and her ability to clearly evoke a strong sense of Remembrance in her work in a congratulatory letter from Dominion President Thomas Irvine, sent on behalf of the Royal Canadian Legion.

 

Posted: June 30, 2020

 

If you are looking to keep your kids entertained this summer, Cradle to Career Miramichi wants to help. 

 

Posted: June 18, 2020

National Indigenous Peoples Day is this Sunday, June 21st.

It is a day for Indigenous Peoples to celebrate and showcase who they are, and a day of prayer to give thanks. 

It is important to recognize the many contributions of the First People of this land, and to celebrate their culture and identity.

Elder Donna Augustine from Elsipogtog First Nation has been a long-time valued contributer to the education and growth of ASD-N students and staff. In the attached link, Elder Donna shares a special message with ASD-N students about National Indigenous Peoples Day.

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