Two grade 12 students at Sugarloaf Senior High have recently been named the NBIAA Sportsmanship Winners for the "AA" Northern Conference. Twenty four student athletes from the NBIAA’s four
conferences have been selected to receive the Raymond Légère Sportsmanship
Awards. These students have shown outstanding qualities of sportsmanship
throughout the school year while participating in NBIAA sports.
awards are named in honour of Raymond Légère, a
member of the Moncton’s Wall of Fame as a builder. Raymond taught physical
The Grad Committee will be hosting a Semi-Formal Dance on May 9th from 7-10pm. The cost of admission will be $5, with proceeds going towards graduate activates. Students wishing to invite guests from other schools are asked to see Miss MacDonald.
Are you interested in spending Canada Day, 2014 in Ottawa? Mme. Allain is organizing an EF tour to Ottawa in July 2014. If traveling is your thing, be sure see Mme. Allain before April 30th for more details. Don't miss out, this is a trip of a life time!
On Tuesday, April 16, 2013, Sugarloaf Senior High School had
a school level oratorical competition.
The students who participated in the event were Emily Sears (1st
place winner), RosaLee Noel (2nd place winner), Aditya Vinod, and
Kaila Roherty. The competition was
headed and organized by Heather White, an English Teacher at Sugarloaf Senior
High School. The judges were Ora Watson,
James Day, and Mike Logan, all retired teachers from the area.
The First Place Winner, Emily Sears and Second Place Winner,
RosaLee Noel were invited to the district level oratorical
Terry Kelly, a maritime
singer, songwriter and keynote speaker born in St. John’s,
Newfoundland, but now lives in Halifax paid a visit to
Sugarloaf Senior High this afternoon, to give his "We Can Do
Anything" presentation. This presentation is aimed at helping students to
realize their inner strengths, and part of his message is that as much as
people are around you to help you try and achieve your goals, whether it be inside
school or out, you have to help yourself to make those goals become reality.
Everyone has their unique gifts, and when you learn to harness those gifts to
On behalf of the students of Sugarloaf Senior High, the student council is proud to present a cheque for $500 dollars to the Restigouche chapter of the Childerens Wish Foundation. Pictured are Mr. Gilbert Cyr (Principal), Justin d'Entremont (Student Council Secretary), Bradley Gallant (Student Council President) and the representative for the Children's Wish Foundation, Mr. Paul Caissy. Thank you Bruins, your support is appreciated!