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Posted: June 15, 2011

The following events are planned for the First Nation Communities in our area.  All are Welcomed.  For more information, please call the contact number. July 14-18.  Natoaganeg (Eel Ground) Pow Wow (627-4600). July 31.  Esgenoopetitj St. Annes' Picnic and Bazaar at the Church Grounds (776-1201). August 19-21. Esgenoopetitj (Burnt Church) Pow Wow (776-1201).    

Posted: June 12, 2011

Yearbooks will be available for sale in Room 2222 throughout the week for $42. Ms. Graves will be there whenever she is not supervising exams.  Get yourself a book before they are all gone!World Yearbooks are also available for $4.  These are great keepsakes. They contain lots of information about world events from 2010-2011.

Posted: June 8, 2011

A group of Miramichi Valley High School English students have successfully completed a project of making persuasive presentations to decision makers resulting in a significant improvement in access to one of Miramichi West’s most frequently used public entrances …. the doorways leading to the gymnasium and pool area of MVHS. Students of English teacher Krista Cabel produced a video featuring community volunteer basketball coach Barry Amos, who is confined to a wheelchair following an accident several years ago. In the video Mr.

Posted: June 6, 2011

Are you currently a grade 11 male student who has the ability to succeed at university, but for whatever reason, are considering not continuing with post-secondary education? Before you make your final decision, check out the attached information about the Opportunity Scholars Program.

Posted: May 30, 2011

This 40 hour/week position will start at the end of June.    Interested applicants must: be returning to school or furthering their education be willing to work in center and the community (transportation needed) have ability to work with clients and public be able to work with little or no supervision be computer literate in software and hardware help in developing and teaching of courses and help with daily running of center Interested applicants must:

Posted: May 25, 2011

The June exam schedule is now available.  Please refer to the files below.  If you have any conflicts (more than one exam at a time) or have any questions, please see Mrs. Hudson right away.  

Posted: May 25, 2011

The 2011 grad fee is seventy dollars. There will be a ten dollar discount for those students who do not attend the prom.  This fee must be paid in order to participate in the graduation activities.  The fee must be paid by Friday, May 27.  An additional five dollars will be charged for those students who do not meet the deadline.  The final date that the graduation fee will be accepted is June 10, 2011.  If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Hudson.   The 2011 safe grad fee is five dollars and the deadline to pay the fee is Friday, May 27.

Posted: May 25, 2011

There will be a parent/guardian information meeting (for parents/guardians of potential graduates) on Thursday, May 26 at 7pm in room 5104.  A grad newsletter will be available.  The newsletter is also available on the school website.

Posted: May 16, 2011

Congratulations to the winners of the MVHS Oratory Competition: Kathleen MacMillan (first place), Christina Hubbard (second place), and Caden Bass (third place). Kathleen and Christina went on to the District 16 competition on Friday, May 13, and Kathleen placed third with her speech about the need for a city sportsdome. Congratulations!  Please check out the photo gallery for a few pictures.  

Posted: May 12, 2011

  At the year-end Mount Allison annual Athletic Awards Night, Miramichi Valley resident Meghan Dickie was honoured as the University’s 2010-11 Female Athlete of the Year. Dickie was also recognized as her basketball team’s MVP and as a 2011 Canadian Colleges Athletic Association (CCAA) All-Canadian. She was also the Atlantic Colleges Athletic Association (ACAA) most valuable player for the 2010-11 season.   Dickie who led her team to another ACAA conference championships playoffs scored an average of 17.9 points per game, good enough for a third-place ranking nationally.  

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