The MVHS Student Council is holding a Halloween Week from October 24th to October 28th.
Monday - Trick-or-Treat bags sold at lunch
Tuesday - Trick-or-Treat bags sold at lunch
Wednesday - Trick-or-Treat bags sold at lunch
Thursday - Haunted House [At lunch & from 6-9pm]
Friday - Dress up day; Haunted House [At Lunch & from 9-10pm]
The MVHS HAUNTED HOUSE will be taking place from October 27th - October 28th, and there will be a $2.00 admission fee.
The Haunted House is open to the public on the evening of October 27th, from 6:00pm-8:00pm.
It will also be taking place on October 28th from 9:00pm-10:00pm during the Halloween Dance, BUT is only available to those who attend the dance!
The Haunted House will also be taking place during the lunchhour on October 27th & October 28th.
The 2012 grad class will be having their first grad fundraiser on Sunday, October 16 at the Eel Ground Bingo Hall. All money raised goes to lowering grad fees. The bingo begins at 2pm. Please come out to support our grads!
The first practice for the swim team will be on Tuesday, October 11th at the Golden Hawk Pool, from 4:45-5:45 pm. Please see Ms. Kelly as soon as possible if you have not returned your registration form or would like to join the team.
In an effort to go GREEN, and help our school, MVHS has started a Bottle Blitz with collaboration from Doran's Recycling. Just bring your bottles and other recyclable materials to Doran's and let them know it is for MVHS. All proceeds support our Special Needs/Differentiation fund as well as contributing to our efforts to recycle our paper waste. Thank you for your support.
Most visitors to our school have probably noticed the changes to the parking, and the traffic direction at MVHS. In front of the school, there is no parking. There are two designated student drop-off areas. Traffic is only moving from the direction of the gym to the shop area. Parents are to pick up students in the parking area across from the main doors.
An assembly of the students at Miramichi Valley High School recently welcomed the Rick Hansen 25th Anniversary Relay team to their school. The group is on a cross-Canada relay-tour to commemorate the accomplishments of the “Man in Motion” 25 years ago. Hansen, a paraplegic, brought national and world-wide attention to the needs of people who suffer from spinal cord injuries. As part of the afternoon’s program, a ribbon cutting ceremony by Miramichi City Mayor Gerry Cormier marked the official opening of the new accessibility doors installed in the gymnasium wing of the school.
Invitation to District 16 parents and High School students
You are invited to attend the MVHS AARAO Career Expo, taking place the evening of October 12th from 7:00pm to 8:30pm at the Miramichi Valley High School gym. Over 40 universities, colleges, and private schools from the Atlantic Provinces will be there with information and to answer any of your questions and concerns.