Grade 7 girls1st dose- September 28th2nd dose-November 30th3rd dose-April 5th, 2011
Grade 9 and 12 students clinic is November 22nd
Parents/Guardians are asked to please send back consent forms with students
Students in grades 9 to 12 at NSER will have the opportunity to participate in some exciting clubs this year. New this year is the NSER Archery Club. It is based on the National Archery in Schools Program (NASP). Last year saw the inception of the Fly Fishing club so we hope to build on that. The Canoe club is a school based model of the community club which was once here in Sunny Corner. Each of these will allow students exposure to new outdoor education experiences as well as provide extra time and resources to them. Archery competitions, fly fishing out trips and after school paddling
We are currently in need of coaches for our school sports teams. We are attempting to have a Senior Girls Softball, Basketball, and Volleyball team as well as a Senior Boys Basketball and Volleyball team. Middle School is looking for Soccer, Basketball, and Volleyball coaches. We will not be able to have these teams if we do not have 1.
We hope everyone had a great summer vacation!
Grade 7 - The first day for all Grade 7 students will be Tuesday, September 7th
Grade 8-12 - The first day for all Grade 8-12 students will be Wednesday, September 8th
The 2010 NSER awards ceremony was held on Thursday, June 10 at 1pm. Many of the brightest and best students at NSER were recognized for their achievements and contributions to our school. Student Council presented a Royal Flowering Crab Apple tree to the student body which will be planted outside the school in remembrance of Carlee Carney. Miss Forsythe, who is retiring after 34 years, was presented with a Japanese Lilac tree and will be missed by everyone here. Congratulations also go out to our 2010 Male and Female Athletes of the Year, Jacob Tozer and Nakita Somers.
Once again at North & South Esk Regional High School students attended a weekend at the Kennedy Lakes. There were twelve students with six supervisors and even two supervisors brought their six year old son. On Friday, May 29th the students headed to the Plaster Rock highway with their bags and canoes. After canoeing and portaging for around three hours, they arrived at their camp site. The students set up their tents and began to settle into their surroundings.