Attention girls grades 9-12:
Don't leave your future to chance...
Come explore exciting careers in skilled trades & technologies!
Meet fascinating women working in these fields
Learn about the art of networking
Hear inspiring stories from dynamic guest speakers
Network informally with mentors while enjoying a great dinner
Investigate a variety of interesting career paths
Venue: CCNB Edmundston, 225 Chemin du Pouvoir
Date: May 16, 2011
Miramichi Kinsmen and School District 16 are pleased to accept film
entries for the first 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 top 10 films in each
category will be screened on May 7th, 2011 at Miramichi Empire Studio
5. Cash prizes of $500, $250 and $100 will be awarded for the winners
in each category.
Visit the Kin Film Fest page for more information.
Do you have information on a criminal activity that has occurred or is about to happen? Are you concerned about recognition or retaliation from others? If you wish to remain anonymous and do not wish to discuss this crime with school officials, there is an alternaitve that might result in you receiving a cash award of up to $2000.
Call 1-800-222-TIPS (1-800-222-8477) or text TIP212 and your information to CRIMES (274637) or use the website www.nb.crimestoppers.ca.
Crimes that can be prevented or reduced with your information are:
The Jostens ring representative will be in the main lobby on Thursday, April 14 at noon. A $60 deposit is required to order and the remaining balance is due when the ring arrives in approximately 6-8 weeks.
If you are in grade 12, it's not too late to order and if you are in grade 11, you can order your grad ring now and wear your ring for all of grade 12.
Pick up a catalogue at the office counter or go to www.jostens.com to design your ring.
Check out this theatre opportunity for First Nations youth:
AUDITION CALL FOR YOUNG FIRST NATIONS ARTISTSThe Confederation Centre of the Arts is seeking performing artists from the Aboriginal and First Nations communities for its new Young Company show. THE TALKING STICK will be presented during the 2011 Charlottetown Festival season and will feature 12 First Nations youth, aged 16 to 28. It will be centred in Charlottetown but is open to First Nations youth across Canada.
Kathleen MacMillan, a grade ten student at our school, was recently a featured writer in the Editorial section of the Miramcihi Leader. Her proposal to create a sports dome in Miramichi is in the Monday, March 21st edition of the paper. Kathleen hopes to continue her work to bring a sports dome to Miramichi, and has contacted the mayor to consider her piece.
Come and celebrate with us a show of our animal art created by Miramichi Valley art students with the help of local artist Daphne Colepaugh.Public reception Thursday, March 24, 6-8pm
Room 5104, Miramichi Valley High School.Come to the main entrance of MVHS and follow the signs.
Qualifications: You must be between the age of 15 and 29 (inclusive), have a social insurance number, and a Native status card.
Wages: $10/hour for high school youth
$12/hour for people with university or special skills.
Please contact Scott Jamieson if you are interested.
Grade 11 English students of Mrs. Krista Cabel at Miramichi Valley High School received a challenge recently. An assignment they were given required them to write a profile about an individual they are not acquainted with, using information collected by means of an interview with the “stranger”. While some students developed interesting and authentic stories gathered from war veterans, police detectives, prison employees and doctors, amongst others, student Shauna Sweeney reached outside the community and contacted her hero, former NHL hockey player Theo Fleury.