The Tim Horton's Safe Grad Community Clean Up will be held on Saturday, May 5th at the three Tim Horton's locations on this side of the river. A barbecue will follow at the downtown and Douglastown locations. Tim Horton's will be making a donation to our 2012 Safe Grad, so come out to support our grads and to help clean our beautiful city.
Mount Allison University has launched a pilot program to specifically target rural male students in grade 11 who we believe have the ability to succeed in university, but for a number of reasons, may be at risk for not continuing through high school and university. This program addresses these issues and others through targeted programming and with residential experiences where they host a summer camp in Sackville at Mount Allison University for five days, all expenses paid, and lastly, an extensive role modeling with the student mentors.
The Student Financial Services Branch (SFS) of the Department of Post Secondary Education Training and Labour is pleased to announce a new web based presentation on student financial assistance programs for NB high school students and their parents. This webinar replaces the annual visitation program and will make it possible for Student Financial Services to reach more students and parents. We will have the date of the information session within the next few weeks and we will send all necessary information in another voice mail. It will also be available on the SFS website at
The District 16 Education Council has announced its intention to study the sustainability of five schools - Croft Elementary, Gretna Green Elementary, Harkins Elementary, Harkins Middle, and Miramichi Valley High School - in accordance with Department of Education and Early Childhood Development Policy 409 - Multi-Year School Infrastructure Planning. You are invited to a public consultation meeting to be held in the main theatre at MVHS on Wednesday, April 25 at 6:30pm.
The Miramichi Kinsmen and School District 16 are pleased to
accept film entries for the second annual Kin Film Festival. All School
District 16 students are invited to participate. Films can be submitted
in one of two categories: Open and The Kinsmen Category (The Communities Greatest Need). The top 10
films in each category will be screened on May 12th, 2012 at Miramichi
Empire Studio 5. Cash prizes of $500, $250 and $100 will be awarded for
the winners in each category.