The English Language Proficiency Assessment and Reassessment will take place on January 18th and 19th. It is important that all students are in attendance on time. The Semester 1 exams will take place from January 23rd to the 26th. The exam schedule is attached. January 27th and 30th are both storm days. Semester 2 begins for all students on January 31st.
Each NBCC Campus will host students in their Student For a Day program on the last Thursday of each month as listed:
January 26th, 2012
February 23rd, 2012
March 29th, 2012
April 26th, 2012
Prospective students must register on-line through the NBCC
website at the latest, by the Friday before each event in order to
allow for proper planning. Click on the following link to register or
find more information about the event.
If you are an aboriginal youth between the ages of 16-25 and want to take action and get involved in your community? Do you want to take an all expenses paid trip to Toronto for a week to work on your leadership skills and also receive a $1000 honorarium? If so, click the link below and APPLY NOW!!!
Join a little girl named Alice as she falls down a rabbit hole into a magical world called Wonderland. Adventures await her as she encounters a blue caterpillar, a Mad Hatter, a talking cat, Humpty Dumpty and many others on her journey to find a way home. Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland is a timeless fantasy that is sure to delight children of all ages.
A French-Second-Language Public Consultation will be held for parents/ guardians who wish partake in an organized discussion re: this topic, on Wednesday, December 14th, from 6:30 PM – 8:00PM, in the gymnasium of St. Andrews Elementary, 77 Chatham Avenue, Miramichi.This is a sponsored activity of the Provincial Department of Education and Early Childhood Development. All are welcome to attend.
The NEAT committee otherwise known as, the Native Education Advisory Team, is calling on you to design their logo. The designer of the logo chosen will win a prize of $50 cash! Entries are due on December 22nd. See Mr. Sweezey for more details
The Writing 110 class participated in a field trip to Gretna Green Elementary School recently. Most of the students in the class created children's books that they read aloud to the K-5 students. Others created writing lessons that they taught at the grade three and four levels. Quinn Fredrikson and Dylan Collette created a book specifically for boys entitled, Rise of the Chocolate Milk Zombies. Using the book and their passion for writing, the boys held a writers workshop for struggling boy writers.Event Links
The Jostens ring lady will be here at noon on December 6th and 7th for delivery of the grad rings that were ordered earlier this year. Also, if you missed order day and would like to order your grad ring, please remember to bring your sixty dollar deposit. To design your ring, please go to www.jostens.com or pick up a catalogue at the main office.