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Information that was Presented at the Sept. 13th. 2018 Open House Including our 2018 PLWEP Goals

Thank you to the many parent(s)/guardian(s) who were able to make it to L.E.R.'s Open House on September 13th, 2018. Information about the school's Positive Learning and Working Environment Plan was presented. This included information on our Behavior Tracking Forms, how we handle both minor and major behavior incidents, and our School's vision for helping students learn collaborative problem solving by being able to identify and associate their emotional state with a color in accordance with the research based program entitled:  The Zones of Regulation. We here at L.E.R. adhere to a CPS (Collaborative Problem Solving) approach when working with both students & parent(s).

File Open House Information Sep 14, 2018
Inclement Weather Letter PDF icon inclement_weather_letter_-_2018-2019.pdf Oct 23, 2018
Cafeteria Menu PDF icon cafeteria_menu.pdf Sep 3, 2019
Message from Superintendent Mr. Donavan PDF icon intro._superintendent.pdf Sep 3, 2019
Fair Notice Letter Zero Tolerance for High-Risk Behaviors PDF icon fair_notice.pdf Sep 3, 2019
Requests for Emergency Bussing Arrangements PDF icon bus_emergency.pdf Sep 3, 2019
School Calendar PDF icon school_calendar_-_2019-2020.pdf Sep 3, 2019
Information for French Immersion Registration 2020 2021 File making_the_choice_info_letter_2.docx Jan 23, 2020
Snow Days: Great Ideas to Continue Learning at Home

The winter months in Northern New Brunswick can provide us with a fair share of snow, slush, and freezing rain making travel at times less than ideal, which may result in school closures.

Below you will find a list of some of the important learning targets to help you generate simple activities that you can do with your child so that when the  weather temporarily freezes transportation it won’t “freeze” your child’s learning.

File snow_days_some_great_ideas_to_continue_learning_from_home.docx Feb 4, 2020
Snow Days: Great Ideas to Continue Learning at Home

The winter months in Northern New Brunswick can provide us with a fair share of snow, slush, and freezing rain making travel at times less than ideal, which may result in school closures.

Below you will find a list of some of the important learning targets to help you generate simple activities that you can do with your child so that when the  weather temporarily freezes transportation it won’t “freeze” your child’s learning.

File snow_days_some_great_ideas_to_continue_learning_from_home.docx Feb 4, 2020
Coronavirus (COVID-19): The Most Recent Guidance

Please see recent March 6, 2020 information pertaining to COVID-19...Coronavirus.

PDF icon coronavirus_covid-19_for_schools_returning_after_march_break_final.pdf Mar 9, 2020
COVID-19 I Guide for Teachers in Supporting Students PDF icon covid19guide.pdf Mar 9, 2020
Update & Clarification COVID-19 March 11th, 2020 PDF icon qas_03.11.2020.pdf Mar 12, 2020
All Schools Closed for Two Weeks File memo_-school_closure.docx Mar 13, 2020
L.E.R. Covid19 Operational Plan

We recognize that the 'current normal' has changed the way we go about our everyday lives. Consequently, Covid19 has temporarily changed L.E.R.'s daily operations. Although these new rules and regulations have seemingly made systems less welcoming and inviting, we appreciate that you will support EECD's, ASD-North's, and L.E.R.'s effort to maintain a safe, happy, and productive school year. The students' well-being is one constant that we all share!

File completed_op_for_l.e.r_.docx Sep 4, 2020
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