Mr. Brooks

CHSMES Girls Hand Drum Group & Choir were accompanied by the Mother Earth Chanters as they performed at the opening ceremonies of the 2013 World's Senior Curling Championship. 

The girls in grade k-2 have been working hard under the direction of Ms. Clark to prepare for St. Mary's Annual PowWow.  The girls will be performing the Pine Needle Dance while the CHSMES boys drum for them. 

They hard work and dedication has been paying off as theyt are coming together and looking fantastic.  

Wolamsotas Pilsqehsisok

CHSMES students and staff recently held a ceremony in the school gym welcoming the season of Spring.  We had the opportunity to hear the CHSMES boys drum group perform as well as hear the legend of Ahputankon (Water Creature) and the message of respecting the powerful river during this time of year.

What a great ceremony it was...

Wolamsotas!

CHSMES Students celebrate Nifty Fifty day reguarly as a recognition towards our Positive learning Environment initiative.  Students following the Student Code of Conduct are rewarded with teacher lead activities based on students' interests. 

Great Way to recognize students that are role models for the rest of students of CHSMES.

Wolamsotas

in the final presentation of the career fair exposure, we were lucky to have our very own Tony Gabriel (Electrician), Paul Jr. Paul (Carpenter) as well as Lacy (hair dresser) presenting to our students.  The goal of the exposure was to make students aware of their options in the job fair and what educaiton is required.  We want to thank everyone for thier time as students truly benefitted from the experience

 

In this second installment of the career fair we had our very own chief Paul, a firefighter as well as a veternarian assistant.  what a great presentation by all. 

 

In an effort to have CHSMES students thinking about career options.  CHSMES Guidance department have initiated a career exposure program.  our goal is to expose students to professions that they may persue.  Today we had Constable Brian Paul, RCMP; Jayme Johnson, Lawyer & Director of Operations St. Mary's First Nation; and Percival Sacobie, Artist & Educator.  The 3 First Nation role models had 30 minutes each to talk about their dedication to following their dreams and the satisfaction & joy they get out of their work.  What a great way to start the initiative.

Thanks from CHSMES staff and Students

 

In an effort to have CHSMES students thinking about career options.  CHSMES Guidance department have initiated a career exposure program.  our goal is to expose students to professions that they may persue.  Today we had Constable Brian Paul, RCMP; Jayme Johnson, Lawyer & Director of Operations St. Mary's First Nation; and Percival Sacobie, Artist & Educator.  The 3 First Nation role models had 30 minutes each to talk about their dedication to following their dreams and the satisfaction & joy they get out of their work.  What a great way to start the initiative.

Thanks from CHSMES staff and Students

 

In Partnership with St. Thomas University, members of the women's volleyball team visited on Monday March 25th to give a clinic on the skills and drills of volleyball foundations.  

BOS Games

March 21-22 Listuguj First Nation

Last Thursday and Friday the 7th annual Band Operated School (BOS) games were held in Listuguj First Nation.  CHSMES sent along members of its grade 4 & 5 students.  The games are winter activities (non-competitive) that allow for students to be placed with other First Nation students to build friendships and respect.

 

We had sent 12 students and 5 chaperones.  All 7 Band operated schools in NB were represented.   

In front of a packed audience of CHSMES students, our ball hockey team played Wulustukw elementary and won 8-2.  congrats

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