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.
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
Day 5 of winter carnival consisted of a ball hockey game between CHSMES and Wulustukw Elementary (Kingsclear FN). It was a great game and both teams played extremely well. CHSMES won 8-2 behind a solid effort of Braeden Carty who scored 3 goals. Kendin Acker had 2 goals. Great Job Cihpolokanok.
What a great day it was here at CHSMES, in the morning we had a great time at the Willie O'Ree skating rink. All of our students were present, including K4, and what an improvement in their skating skills since we started in the fall.
This afternoon allowed students to let loose and dance away. With the assistance of the Just Dance Jumbo Screen ALL of our students were busing a move... CHSMES ROCKS!!!
Dont forget CHSMES plays Kingsclear in Ball Hockey Tomorrow at 10.
Day 2 of WInter Carninval week is Crazy hat Day!!!
In partnership with UNB's Master of Counselling Program in educaiton, CHSMES would like to introduce you to Mr. Dax MacLean and John Mihaljevich. Both UNB students are completing their practicum to fulfill the requirements to become a counselor. Presently both are working with individual students, classroom activities as well as school wide initiatives.
Both have build a great rapport with students and staff.
Every Tuesday mornings Officer Hatt and Officer Phillips attend classes with students here at CHSMES. A partnership between CHSMES and the Fredericton City police was created to allow students the opportunity to ask questions of job qualifications and educational attainment. Both officers serve as role models for all of our students.
CHSMES students have created a great relationship with both community police officers. Officer Hatt was quick to say "CHSMES is such a great learning environment" while Officer Phillips indicated he wished he could have attend such a great school.