KidSport is a national not-for-profit organization that provides financial assistance for registration fees and equipment to kids aged 18 and under. Through a confidential application process we provide grants so they can play a season of sport.
Eleanor W. Graham and BLMS would like to welcome our international students from Columbia and Brazil, not only to the school but also to the community and hope their stay is an educational and fun experience. Mr. Barry Robertson is our student coordinator working with the host families and students to make the transition as smooth as possible. Pictured are Mr. Robertson with Juan and Camilo from Columbia and Andrea, Edlla and Nalberth from Brazil! WELCOME TO REXTON!
Welcome to the 2014-2015 school year. We are so pleased to have your children entrusted to our care. I would like to acknowledge and thank District Office and school staff for their professionalism and dedication. I am proud to be the Superintendent of Anglophone North School District.There are wonderful opportunities happening for students in all our schools across this diverse and geographically vast district. We continue to focus on achievement and global competencies in an inclusive and safe enviornment.
Requests for Alternate Bussing Arrangements (Bus Passes)As you are aware, the safety of your children, our students, is the utmost importance to us and this includes safe transportation to and from school. The amount of requests schools receive to place students on different school busses is a great concern. This becomes difficult for administration to monitor as a large number of alternate bus passes are being issued. Young students are often unsure where they are supposed to go and many may be unfamiliar to bus drivers.
Congratulations to grade 8 student Michael Jadis for being chosen as this years Turnaround Award Recipient. Michael, along with 25 other students from ASD-N were honored with a dinner, trophy and a standing ovation at the Rodd Miramichi on May 27th. Mr. Daniel Scully, Prinicpal of EWG along with Geraldine Goodwin-Educational Assistant from EWG accompanied Michael to the stage to accept his award. Congrats Michael, you are a very deserving student!
EWG would like to thank the YWCA for supporting them with the Power of Being Girl/Strength of Being a Boy conference held today! As some kids plainly put it, "it was awesome!" Thanks to Alicia Duffy and her team for an inspiring morning filled with lots of interaction and great information. We would also like to thank our sponsors who provided financial support to make this happen and to thank the grade 7 and 8's from Elsipogtog for joining us!
The New Brunswick Department of Education and Early
Childhood Development is developing a standard province-wide report card for
grades k to 8 and is keen to have parental consultations. Please visit the web
site linked below to learn more about student assessment and proposals for the
new report card. You are invited also to then complete an on-line survey. Visit Report Card
The following students attended the District Chess Tournament:
Grade 6 Cody Halas-Moulton 1st place
Grade 7 John Roberts 1st place
Brian Mazerolle 2nd place
Grade 8 Ashley Cormier 1st place
These students will represent our District at the Provincial Chess Tournament in April in Quispamsis.