Posted: June 1, 2010

Grad List                                                                                                                                                                                                                                The Grad List will be posted on June 18 at 1:00 pm.  Grad gowns will be issued to all grads on June 18 from 1:00-2:00 pm.  All grad gowns are to be returned to the main office after the Graduation Ceremony.

Posted: May 11, 2010

A representative from Student Loan will visit the school for parents and students on Tuesday, May 18 at 7:00 pm

Posted: May 4, 2010

Encounters with Canada is a one-week program of Canadian studies held at the Terry Fox Canadian Youth Center in Ottawa. It's objective is to bring young Canadians from different backgrounds and regions together in order to five them an opportunity to learn about one another, to discover their country through each other and to gain a better understanding of Canadian institutions. Encounters with Canada is the largest youth forum in Canada.   What programs are offered? 

Posted: April 27, 2010

Congratulations to the following students for their efforts in the Legion Remebrance Day - Branch winners Shannon Klumpenhouwer-3rd place Literary ContestColby Matchett-2nd place LiteraryKatie Hamilton-1st place Literary Michaela Mullin-3rd place LiteraryNoah Porter-2nd place LiteraryCaleb Cain-1st place Literary Jessica Dunnett-1st place Black and white posterRebecca Dunnett-1st place color posterCarly Russell-2nd place color poster Caleb Cain-1st place in Provincial Literary contest and his poem will go on to the National contest!

Posted: April 27, 2010

Co-op applications will be available to Grade 11 students until May 21st, 2010.   Applicants who wish to participate in co-op in semester one or two must complete their applications by this date.  Work Placements are competitive and early requests necessary to the success of NSER’s co-op program.  Therefore, no students will be considered once the deadline is passed.   

Posted: April 20, 2010

In Grade 7 Science class, students completed a "Fragile Earth" activity to tie in with Earthday, which was April 22.  Each pair of students was given an egg to decorate to represent Earth.  They then had to clean the egg out by poking holes in the ends and getting rid of the contents.  Their next step was to protect their Earth from harm.  One student was responsible for the first 24 hours and then the partner had the egg for the next day.  One requirement was to keep the Earth visible  Students were unsure about keeping it safe in gym and on the bus but had to try!  In class, students reflect

Posted: April 15, 2010

The High School Oratory Competition was held at on April 13th.     We had a total of 10 students participate and we would like to congratulate the following winners:  1st - Timothy Henderson   2nd - Katie Hamilton   3rd - Hilary McCormack       Katie Hamilton and Timothy Henderson will go on to the Zone Oratory competition at Bonar Law on Thursday, April 22nd.       Group photo (left to right): Alix Surette, Hilary McCormack, Katrina Kirk, Alexus Tozer, Chris Price, Katie Hamilton, Logan Tucker, Keaton Somers, Timothy Henderson, Laura Matchett

Posted: March 29, 2010

This year, NSER is will be having both a Senior Boys and Girls volleyball team, as well as a Middle school girls team.  Unfortunately we are unable to have a middle school boys team because only one student from grade 7 and 8 attended the meeting to see what kind of numbers we had for each group. The Senior Boys are coached by Mr. Jason Young and Mrs. Sara Diamond-Hyland The Senior Girls are coached by Mr. Jeff Mather and Mrs. Kelly Richard. The Middle school Girls are coached by Mrs. Beth McCully. Thanks to all our coaches and fans for their support. Best of luck to each team this season!

Posted: March 16, 2010

The Middle School Science Fair was held in the Cafeteria on Wednesday, March 17 for grades 7 & 8.  Students displayed a variety of projects and experiments, some of which were started over a month ago.  There were 42 projects in total and three winners were chosen from each grade, based on the evidence of scientific thought, originality, communication and impressions/value.  The overall winners were:   Grade 7 -- Riley Esty & Alexa Mutch -- "Fingerprints"                 Nathanial Pitcher -- "Powerplay"                 Wade Mutch & Eric Henderson -- "Air Out"  

Posted: March 15, 2010

  On March 12, Andy Thibodeau visited NSER and gave a great presentation to the entire student body.  Below is an excerpt from a follow-up email sent to Mr. Holmes from Andy. 


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