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 5:30 - 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.
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Corey Furlotte, who graduated in 2012, visited SSHS on March 19th, and prepared a Culinary Treat for the Staff at SSHS. Corey is attending Holland College and studying the field Culinary. His goal is to be a Top Chef in Canada when he graduates from Holland College. By the way the Salad was amazing.
Brandon Wilmot and Galveston BarnabyGalveston Barnaby's and Brandon Wilmot's video titled "Bullying" has been selected as a finalist in the "Digital Video" category
for the Anglophone North School District CUTE Awards (Creative Use Of Technology) to be held on March 21st, 2013 at James M. Hill School in Miramichi. Congratulations & good luck at the finals!.
Sunny Weather: SSHS student Tracy practicing her snowboard moves at Sugarloaf Provincial Park over March Break.After a well deserved week of rest, students, as well as teachers are back in the classroom for the final stretch of classes before the end of the school year in June. Things are back in high gear, so stay tuned for an update on upcoming activities from Student Council. Also, be sure to mark your calendars, as there will be no school on Friday, March 29th due to Good Friday or on Monday, April 1st due to Easter Monday.
Pink Shirt Day across Canada is Wednesday February 27th. This day originated in Nova Scotia when two students organized the day to protest against bullying in their school. They distributed pink shirts to all of the boys to wear in empathy with a boy who was being bullied. The day has grown over the years and now we are all asked to wear pink on this day to help stop bullying. A number of schools in ASD-N are marking this day, including us here at Sugarloaf Senior High. On-going anti-bullying campaigns are conducted throughout the school year.
We have a book fair that is happening right now at the SSHS Library. Come grab some great books and support our school at the same time. Tuesday February 26th - 4:00 pm until 8:00 pm
February 28th - 4:00 pm until 8:00 pm
weather has been brutal here at Sugarloaf over the past few days, with 3 cancellations due to snow since Monday.
For cancellation information be sure to tune into the local radio stations, check
the Anglophone School District North website,
or call the Anglophone North "Storm Line" toll free at 1-888-950-1919. If
your child attends Sugarloaf and you do not receive the cancellation talk-mail
messages, as well as other informational messages from us sent out by
telephone, please don't hesitate to call the school at 789-2125 during school hours so we can update your contact information.