Recently, ASD-N held two Regional STEM Fairs to determine which projects would move on to represent our district at the River Valley Science Fair and to showcase their learning at the upcoming ASD-N STEM Symposium. Our first Event was the North Shore Regional STEM Fair and it was hosted at BHS. This event was represented by Campbellton Middle School, Dalhousie Regional High School, Jacquet River School, and Superior Middle School. Next, the Miramichi River Regional STEM Fair was took place at JMH.
Science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) have been causing a buzz in Anglophone School District North (ASDN) and this was highlighted by the staff and students of Harkins Middle School on Tuesday, March 22nd.
On Saturday, March 19th Rexton Elementary School saw its cafeteria full of students and parents from all corners of Anglophone North School District (ASDN) eager to compete in the 2016 ASDN Chess Tournament.
The Student Superpower Challenge is a a creative, entrepreneurial & innovative competition for Maritime high school students. Students submitted a proposal to create some cool solutions to the problems they see. For more information you can check out this site: http://superpowerchallenge.ca/ (link is external) With over 100 submissions from New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, MVHS has made the top 10 for NB with TWO entries...
Beacons for the Community - congrats to Shafkat Ahmed!
The 2016 ASD-N Chess Tournament is scheduled for Saturday, March 19, 2016 at Rexton Elementary School. K-8 students from across the district will be competing against each other in what promises to be the biggest tournament to date. We have already received participant information for students ranging from Campbellton to Rexton. The top 3 finishers at each grade level will receive medals and the top two participants from each grade level will qualify to attend the Provincial Chess Championships being held in Edmundston, April 16, 2016.
Students from MVHS visited NBCC Miramichi and the Idea Space hosted by Kevin Gallant. During the one hour visit, student had the oppotunity to view computer gaming, fly a drone, launch a trebuchet and visit the NBCC Idea Space. MVHS students had previously communicated with NBCC to 3D print an image of Lord Beaverbrook.