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Posted: December 8, 2009

Check out the Peer Mediation video under the Latest Video section of our website.  It was created by Mrs. Cormier's Peer Mediation Group.  The group includes: Chris Knowles Meghan Woods Brittany Cormier Thomas Keating Sara Buckley Sarah Leger Sarah Stewart Zach McCarthy Nic McAuley Lindsay Ahern

Posted: December 7, 2009

The 25th annual Green & Gold Cup wrapped up Sunday afternoon at the LBA and saw Bernice MacNaughton defeated AQV 6-5 in the Finals. The Tommies had a successful tournament finishing the round robin with 2 wins and a tie, capturing first place in the Green division.  However, the boys lost 3-1 to eventual champion Bernice MacNaughton on Sunday morning in the first cross over game. A special congratulations goes out to Tyler McKay as he was recognized as a Tournament all star for the second straight year for his strong play in goal.

Posted: December 4, 2009

This weekend the James M Hill Tommie's will host the Green and Gold Hockey tournament.  This year marks the 25th year that James M Hill has hosted this tournament. Teams from across New Brunswick face off at the Lord Beaverbrook arena for the top prize, the Green and Gold Cup. The teams playing this year are the JMH Tommies, MVHS Pulamoo, Oromocto Blues, Aux Quatres Vents, Harrison Trimble, Tantramar Titans, Moncton High, and Bernice McNaughton. See below for the tournament schedule. THUR. DEC. 3 4:00 PM MVHS  PULAMOO VS TANTRAMAR TITANS 8:00 PM MONCTON HIGH VS

Posted: November 21, 2009

On Friday, November 27, 2009 torch bearers will be travelling through the Newcastle Business District  starting at the intersection of King George Highway and Hennessey Street at 10:36am.  It will travel along Pleasant Street, around the Town Square and then back along Pleasant Street to Hennessey Street finishing there at 10:59am.

Posted: November 19, 2009

Invitation to District 16 parents and High School students You are invited to attend the MVHS Career Expo, taking place the evening of November 24th from 7:00pm to 8:30pm at the Miramichi Valley High School gym.  Over 40 universities, colleges, and private schools from the Atlantic Provinces will be there with information and to answer any of your questions and concerns.

Posted: November 16, 2009

To the parents and Grade 9, 10 and 11 students of James M. Hill Memorial High School: James M. Hill is hosting a school to school Cultural Exchange with Mexico. Our partner school is Colegio Mexico. This school is located in Coatzacoalcos, Mexico, a port city along the Gulf of Mexico, in the state of Veracruz. You may want to look at the area on the internet. Colegio Mexico students would come to James M. Hill - January 24th to February 6th. Mrs. Peggy Mitchell and Mr. John Hawkes would accompany and supervise James M. Hill students to Colegio Mexico, February 21st to March 6th.

Posted: November 12, 2009

James M. Hill's date for the H1N1 needle has changed from Friday November 13th to Thursday November 19th.

Posted: November 4, 2009

Starting on Monday, November 16th, students who require the use of a computer to complete projects MAY have the opportunity to use one.  If you would like to apply for daily computer use during Study Block, you can find the application by clicking the following link http://jmh.nbed.nb.ca/document/study-block-computer-use-request-form or on the door of  computer lab 108, the Multimedia lab.  You may not apply for the full three-week cycle, only for the time required for your project's completion.

Posted: October 29, 2009

On Thursday, October 29th, every homeroom classroom participated in a pumpkin carving contest. Pumpkins of every different style imaginable were carved, from an IPod pumpkin to Cinderellas carriage, from US President Obama's head to a man on a bicycle. In the end though, the decision was up to the judges. The winner was Ms. McDonnell's Apple Pumpkin. Mr Hembrough's man on a bike took the honorable mention. Pumpkins will be on display at the Halloween dance tonight for all to see. The dance starts at 8 tonight and goes until 11.

Posted: October 22, 2009

On Tuesday October 13th the Worksafe NB Lost Youth tour paid a visit to James M. Hill to discuss the prevention and aftermath of injury in the workplace through voice and video.      It all began with District 16’s Director of Education Richard Walsh giving a few words to the crowd of grade eleven and twelve students, attending from schools across the District. One thing that certainly caught the ears of all was that last year in the Province of New Brunswick a staggering 834 people between the ages of 15-24 lost time during work, due to injury in the workplace.

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