ASD-N News

Changes to Healthy and Safe Schools Guidelines Effective Monday, September 20th

Changes to Healthy and Safe Schools Guidelines Effective Monday, September 20th

Posted: September 17, 2021

Earlier this afternoon, the Government of New Brunswick announced  changes to the Healthy and Safe Schools guidelines. These changes will come into effect on Monday, September 20th. A letter from Deputy Minister George Daley was sent home to families, outlining the changes. Today's government news release also provided an overview, and the excerpt from that release can be found below:

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Additional Measures Announced for Schools, in Response to Increase in COVID-19 Cases

Additional Measures Announced for Schools, in Response to Increase in COVID-19 Cases

Posted: September 13, 2021

 

The Province announced that starting tomorrow, Tuesday, September 14, students of all ages must wear a mask in all areas of the school and while on school buses. Masks may be removed when students are eating, drinking, or engaged in sports or physical education classes.

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ASD-N Celebrates National Indigenous Peoples Day

ASD-N Celebrates National Indigenous Peoples Day

Posted: June 21, 2021

The four Anglophone School Districts are once again recognizing and celebrating National Indigenous Peoples Day today, Monday, June 21st . In addition to the school and classroom based activities already planned,  A Celebration of Culture from 10:40 a.m. - 11:40 a.m., was live-streamed from Elsipogtog School on the Anglophone district North’s YouTube channel, at https://youtu.be/7_u3iUmDAZU

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It's Student Appreciation Day in ASD-N!

It's Student Appreciation Day in ASD-N!

Posted: June 9, 2021

As you know, this year has been an exceptional challenge for everyone across our province, country and world.

We are also aware that we have asked our students to be incredibly adaptable and resilient as restrictions on mask wearing, in-school learning and blended learning change from day to day. We want to take this opportunity to share our gratitude with our students.

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