All District Educational Staff will be involved in Professional Learning Activities on Thursday April 17th. Therefore, there will be no school for students on Thursday April 17th,or on Good Friday,April 18th and Easter Monday, April 21st. Enjoy your extra long weekend!
On Monday April 14th and
Tuesday April 15th the entire student population of Sugarloaf Senior High
School received CPR & AED (Automated External Defibrillator) training from
the Heart & Stroke Foundation of Canada. A generous anonymous donor
provided enough funding for the school to purchase a large number of CPR
mannequins as well as pay for the training to occur in the school. Beginning
next week students will be able to sign out a mannequin and training kit to
bring home and share the experience and the lifesaving skill with their family
WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU!
Are you 13-25 years old? Do you think about online
privacy when you’re on social media? Have you ever reported someone for violating
online privacy rules? Do you know how?
PREVNet is a bullying prevention organization and
we want to know how young people use online privacy settings and reporting tools. Fill
out this quick and anonymous (15 minute) survey and you
will be entered for a chance to win one of five gift certificates of $100
(Canadian) at Future Shop or iTunes!
About the Research Project:
We are a National Youth Advisory Committee working
Over the weekend, Sugarloaf
student and Sugarloaf Race Team Captain Pierce Boudreau participated in the New
Brunswick "Skills Canada" competition in Miramichi, and came home with
nothing less than a gold medal in the Automotive Service Division. Skills
Canada is a nationwide not-for-profit organization who encourages and
supports a coordinated Canadian approach to promoting the skilled trades as
well as technologies to youth. As the winner of the New Brunswick Competition,
he will represent Team NB at the national competition June 2nd in Toronto.
The Tide Head School will be holding a clothing drive for
the New Brunswick Association for Community Living (NBACL) to help bring
awareness about the services they provide in our region.
How does it work? Tide Head School will collect
garbage bags of used clothing and other items listed below. The NBACL
will provide a monetary contribution to the school for each bag
collected. The money received will be used to support literacy at Tide
Items in need:
2013 - 2014 Yearbooks are
now on sale! Students will be able to purchase them in person at the school
during lunch on Wednesday, April 2nd & Thursday April 3rd during lunch on
the 2nd floor landing. The cost will be $30 for graduates and $50 for students
currently in grades 9-11. You can also purchase the yearbook online by clicking
the link above. Yearbooks will be available for pickup in October 2014. (Note:
If purchasing online with a credit card, Friesens charges a $1.50 credit card
Just a reminder that the Mid-Term Report Cards for Semester 2 will be going home on Wednesday, April 2nd.
Parent/Teacher meetings will take place on Thursday, April 3rd from 5:00 - 8:00 and Friday Morning, April 4th, from 9:00 - 11:30. You MUST call Naomi at 789-2125 to book an appointment as these meetings are by appointment only.
The Grad Class 2014 is
selling Tupperware items to support the grad activities in June. All potential
grads should have an order form if you would like to purchase an item. Grads, money collected and order forms can be turned in to Miss MacDonald.