Last Spring, students at Harcourt School
received a Skype call from Mark Cheverton. He is the author of the Minecraft
Series books. You can find out more about his books at http://markcheverton.com/
That afternoon students at Harcourt
listened and talked to Mr. Cheverton. He addressed different issues including
cyberbullying. Students also took turns asking Mr. Cheverton questions about
his books, his Minecraft servers, etc.
Since then, Principal Kevin Scully
has been in contact with Mr. Cheverton. Mr. Cheverton has sent us signed copies
Parents and guardians are invited to complete an
online survey on child care in New Brunswick as part of the public consultation
being conducted by the Child Care Sector Task Force.
The survey is available at : www.gnb.ca/engageNB
The survey will remain online until Nov. 2.
It represents a chance for New Brunswickers to tell the taskforce what kind of
child care they are looking for, what options they have found, what works and
what does not work in the current system.
The mandate of the task force is to provide a path
The Anglophone North School District Education Council will be holding a public engagement session to discuss the 10-year education plan. The session will be held on Thursday, October 7, at Bonar Law Memorial School, from 7:00-8:30 p.m. Community members are encouraged to attend.