Applications are now open for the 2018 China Summer Cultural Program, taking place from July 4th to July 21st, 2018. Applicants must currently be in Grade 10 or 11. Through the Concord Colleges of Sino-Canada, participants will have the opportunity to take introductory courses in Chinese culture and will be hosted for two night by a Chinese family in Beijing. Students must complete an application form and must provide two references, as well as complete a short essay. The total cost for the summer program is approximately $1600.00. For more information or to apply, go to
NSER is competing in Chatter High - a post-secondary and career exploration online competition. The goal of Chatter High is to get kids talking about their future. NSER is competing against other schools in NB and we are currently in 3rd place in our division, and in 2nd place in the Canada's Most Informed School division. . Cash prizes can be won in both divisions! Students, staff, alumni, parents, grandparents, and friends can all help earn points for our school. Simply go to Chatterhigh.com, create an account, and take the daily quiz.
As a project for science all of the grade 7, 8, 9 and 10 students were instructed to build a catapult. We had limited supplies – only using cardboard, duct tape and a bungee cord. There was only a mere 3 days to complete this task, which proved to be quiet difficult. As the competition drew nearer the more hurried peoples efforts got. Most students managed to have theirs done in time before the big day. When competition day arrived it was a chance to see all the unique designs and structures people had thought of. There were smiles plastered on every face whether you
On Wednesday, November 1, all students in Grade 9 will have the opportunity to participate in Take Our Kids to Work Day. This is a national program involving more than 200, 000 students annually. This day is designed to help students better understand the skills required for the world of work and the connections between school and work. Normally sudents accompany a parent, guardian or family member to their place of work, but we understand that this may not be possible in all cases. If you or your workplace is interested in hosting a student for the day, your help would be greatly appr
The students and staff of NSER marked Orange Shirt day on Friday, September 29th. This day commemorates children who did, and did not, survive the Residential Schools system in Canada. This day signifies a day of remembrance, but also a day to affirm that "Every Child Matters" and the commitment to ensure a better future for all children.
NSER will be marking Orange Shirt Day this Friday, September 29th, as part of a national day of recognition of Indian Residential Schools survivors, and those who did not survive. The idea behind the symbol of the orange shirt originated with the story of Phyllis Webstad, a residential school survivor from British Columbia. On her first day of school, the new orange shirt her grandmother has bought for her was taken away and replced by a school uniform.
On Thursday, September 21, NSER students and staff participated in our Walk-A-Thon, walking 10.5 kilometers and raising $9,000! Thank you to all who supported our school by making a donation. A special thank you to local businesses for their generous support that helped make this fundraiser such a success - Beaudet Motors Ltd. and R. Tozer Construction Ltd.