Posted: June 10, 2020

Over the past 9 years, Devon has matured into a well-rounded, mature young man who will be missed by both staff and students at MRS.  His work ethic and dedication are sure to help him with his studies at JMH.  In his earlier years he was timid and quiet, which made him vulnerable to falling behind, but over the years he gained confidence in his abilities that made him more comfortable asking for help and asking key questions.  He is certainly a genuine, caring and kind young man and one who can be described as "an old soul".  We wish you nothing but the best, Devon!

Posted: June 10, 2020

Hi everyone! Well, it's hard to believe, but the end of the school year is coming to an end. Friday is the last official day for this year! It certainly has been one to remember.
With that being said, arrangements to pick-up report cards will be made in a similar way to when student belongings were picked up. The date for report card pickup will be next Friday, June 19th. More information will be made available in the next few days.

Posted: May 19, 2020

After offering the on-line session “Staying Mentally Healthy During the COVID-19 Pandemic” to teachers and administrators, ASD-N’s John Fletcher will now be offering parents/guardians the opportunity to sign up. At ASD-N, we realize that the evolving situation with the COVID-19 Pandemic has been quite stressful for all of us: educators, parents and students alike. To help with these uncertain times, we are offering a parent/guardian mental health on-line session on Thursday, May 21st, from 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

Posted: May 1, 2020

Dear Families, pick-up of your child's school belongings will take place on Monday, May 4th. This will be a contact less pick-up. We will ask that you drive around the bus circle and pull up to the area marked by cones. There will be staff out to help direct traffic. Once you pull up to the designated parking spot, we will ask that you open your trunk and a staff member will place belongings in your trunk. We will ask that you remain in your car.

Posted: April 29, 2020

Families with no access to technology are eligible to sign up to receive an education supplement through a Saturday newspaper.  The goal is to provide this at lease two times per month at no cost to the family.  The supplement will feature materials on Learning Resources sites.  The first edition is scheduled for the May 2nd paper.  The deadline for the first addition is today at 5pm.  If interested, call 1-844-615-7542.

Posted: April 28, 2020

Dear families, next week you will be able to come to the school to pick-up your child or children's belongings.  You will be contacted by the end of this week and given a scheduled pick-up time.  Please respect this pick-up time.  If you are not available during the given time, please contact Miss Vienneau for an alternate date or time.

Posted: April 7, 2020

Good afternoon families.  We wanted to inform you that EECD would like to collect information from our schools related to access to technology and internet connection.  We would really appreciate it if you would take a few minutes to respond to this survey.  The survey will come in the form of a voicemail from district and will only consist of 4 questions, so please, don't hang up.  Your responses will be used for future decision making.  We thank you for your help with this.

Posted: April 2, 2020

We are saddened to hear that schools in New Brunswick will remain closed for the remainder of this school year.  This is not an easy time for anyone and we want you to know we are always there for you.  As difficult as it is for all students and staff, we know how difficult this must be for our grade 8's as they look forward to their year end banquet and fieldtrip.  Please know that you will have many other opportunites to celebrate special milstones.  Don't look at this as the end, see it as just the beginning.  Take the time to focus on all the positive things that are happening around yo

Posted: March 15, 2020

Dear families, just because schools are closed does not mean learning stops. We all have a part to play in educating our students. We encourage all our students to read everyday for at least 20 minutes. There are also many other learning opportunities that can take place while at home. Help bake and practice fractions and measurement skills. Go outside and get at least 60 minutes of physical activity a day. Play board games, keep a daily journal of your activities, access the many free educational websites available online, such as splashmath (some students already have accounts).

Posted: February 11, 2020

This week is staff appreciation week!  Let our team know how much they mean to you!  Just a short note saying "thanks" makes our hearts glow and can make our day just that much brighter.  Teachers and staff do more then just teach; they foster friendships, coach, parent, advise, care, heal, nurse, love, and so much more.  


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