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DHRS student uses his culinary skills to help support the Restigouche SPCA

DHRS student uses his culinary skills to help support the Restigouche SPCA

Posted: June 25, 2019

Keagan Payne is a grade 10 student at Dalhousie Regional High School who has been busy this past month. Throughout the school year Keagan has been working on functional programming and building his culinary skills.  Keagan enjoys helping people and sharing his creations, so the team thought this would be the perfect way for him to put his skills to work and help the community at the same time. For the last three weeks he has been making and selling pizzas.  All money raised was donated to the Restigouche SPCA. The shelter staff were so pleased with his support.

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What's Cool About My School: Episode 7 - Jacquet River School

What's Cool About My School: Episode 7 - Jacquet River School

Posted: June 21, 2019

To the best of their knowledge, Jacquet River School is the only school in the province of New Brunswick that has a BMX bicycle program. Funded in part by community donations, they have a been able to purchase 26 BMX bikes and a storage shed to houses the bicycles and equipment. Students from kindergarten to grade 8 are able to use the bikes during recess and phys-ed class.

Watch:  What's Cool About My School: Episode 7 - Jacquet River School

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ASD-N Elementary Track and Field Meet Miramichi Grades 3-5

ASD-N Elementary Track and Field Meet Miramichi Grades 3-5

Posted: June 19, 2019

There were plenty of smiling faces spotted at the JMH Track on Tuesday, June 18th as approximately 600 students from Miramichi Inner City schools participated in the 2019 ASD-N Elementary Track and Field Meet for Grades 3-5. Schools participating on this day included Gretna Green, King Street Elementary, Max Aitken Academy, Miramichi Rural, Napan and Nelson Rural. Students competed in a total of 10 different events, including the 100m, 200m, 800m, 60m hurdles and 4 x 100m relays, as well as the Long Jump, High Jump, Javelin, Discus, and Softball Throw.

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Turnaround Awards Banquet for the Chaleur Area Schools

Turnaround Awards Banquet for the Chaleur Area Schools

Posted: June 10, 2019

The Turnaround Awards Banquet for the Chaleur Area Schools in Anglophone North School District was held on May 28th at the Gowan Brae Golf Course in which six recipients were recognized. The Turnaround Achievement Awards Program is one that recognizes students from each school of the Chaleur region for their effort and commitment in turning his or her life around with respect to attitude, behaviour, academic performance, and/or personal obstacles.  Schools have traditionally recognised overachievers, the top athlete and top academics.

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