Posted: March 30, 2021
According to the March 29th Government of New Brunswick press release, the following information was shared:
Vaccination clinics for staff at high schoolsRead more
Posted: March 21, 2021
“Wonder, Observe, and Explore” was the theme of the first ever NB Science Week and as the event concluded, over 2300 classes in our province did just that. Unable to host annual, face-to-face Science and STEM Fairs, representatives from all four Anglophone School Districts worked collaboratively to offer a weeklong virtual conference to raise awareness about the importance of Science in our lives today. Participation from students and staff in Anglophone North School District was outstanding.Read more
Posted: March 19, 2021News ReleaseEducaRead more
Posted: March 12, 2021
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District Science Fairs have gone virtual for 2021! And the Anglophone School Districts are celebrating all things Science in New Brunswick with Science Week 2021!Read more
Posted: March 11, 2021Read more
Posted: March 6, 2021
Although it has been a unique school year in many regards, teachers and students in ASD-N certainly proved that they were up for the 2021 Take Me Outside Winter Challenge. With close to 100 registrations, we saw fantastic examples of outdoor activities across the district, as participants were involved in skiiing, sliding, snowshoeing, quintzee building, hiking, outdoor cooking, and plenty more.Read more
Posted: February 11, 2021
Students in Anglophone North School District have taken Valentine’s Day to heart, and are helping to share the love – from a distance.Read more
Posted: February 1, 2021
Max Aitken Academy in Miramichi is thrilled to have been selected to represent New Brusnwick in Classroom Champions and the NHL’s announcement of Lessons from Willie. The program is designed to bring the story of Willie O’Ree to light, and his experience as the first back player in the NHL. The program includes social justice and anti-racism resources to schools across North America and a series of inspirational videos that educators and families can use to start meaningful conversations with kids.Read more
Posted: January 19, 2021
Parents who wish to enroll their children in the Grades 1or 6 Entry Point French Immersion Programs, please use the following form:Read more
Posted: January 3, 2021
Happy New Year to all!
We wish you a healthy and happy 2021.
EECD is strongly encouraging support of the "mask-up" campaign when students return to school this week. EECD is asking all students and school staff across New Brunswick to wear their mask throughout the day as an extra layer of protection for the weeks of January 4-8 and January 11-15.
The full document from Minister Cardy can be found at document (gnb.ca)Read more