On Wednesday, May 10th, we are pleased to have an Open House to the public to come to SSHS from 6:30 - 8:00 PM to view the 100 Years of Loss Exhibit, a National Exhibit that displays and provides a historical framework for the effects of the Residential Schools. From the early 1830s to 1996, thousands of First Nation, Inuit, and Métis children, some as young as four years old, were forced to attend Residential Schools. This exhibit is open to the Public.
We have officially rescheduled our first SSHS Coffee House!
It will now take place on Thursday, May 18th from 6-8pm. Entrance is $5 and children under 12 get in free. There will be coffee, tea, juice and homebaked goods to snack on throughout the night as well as local talent performances. There is a prize basket valued at $300+ in which the tickets are $5 each to put your name in to win it. This event is open to the whole community so we hope to see a big turn out!
On behalf of WorkSafeNB, we are pleased to advise you Jessie Boekelder, Samuel Farrar-Cranton and Logan Geraghty) that your video entry entitled “Quick Thoughts” has won third place in the “Focus on Safety” student video contest. Congratulations!
Sugarloaf Senior Highschool in accordance with Policy 703, The Newbrunswick Positive Learning Environment have implemented the following protocol for members of its student body. Within the confines of our school we have established an alternative setting for students who are creating a disturbance to the learning environment of their fellow students. This area commonly referred to as In School Suspension or ISS is meant to be a temporary solution to behavioral issues. Students sent to ISS are welcomed back to class the following period, and may continue on with their school day.