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St. Stephen Middle School

Web Site: http://ssms.nbed.nb.ca/

Principal:
Alan Dunfield

Vice-Principal:
Colin MacDougall

Secretary:
Susan MacDonald

 

11 School Street
St. Stephen, NB
E3L 2N4

T 466-7311
F 466-7336

 

SCHOOL MAKEUP
as of October 2009
Grades 6 – 8: 435 students

MISSION STATEMENT
St. Stephen Middle School, in partnership with family and community, is committed to facilitating a supportive environment, which fosters in its students: improved literacy skills, a sense of life-long learning, and the celebration of diversity.

GOALS
Continue to focus on improved literacy skills across the curriculum.
Provide increased PD for teachers, and improved student resources to enhance the use of technology in all subject areas.
Provide examples of practical applications of Differentiated Instruction at the Middle Level. (Follows significant theoretical instruction and leads to implementation within classrooms.

INITIATIVES/STRATEGIES
Partners for Youth
After School Activity Programme
D.A.R.E.
Baby Think It Over
Roots of Empathy
Math Teams
Life Skills Adventure Programme
Grade 7 preparation for ELAP provincial assessment programmes:
English Language Proficiency Assessment (Grade 8)
Middle Level Mathematics Assessment
SAIP science (13 year olds)

SPECIAL PROJECTS
School-wide Heritage Fair
Hosted Regional Heritage Fair
Considerable attention given to 1604 commemoration (all grade levels)
Hosted District Chess Tournament
Grade 8 collaboration with school in the Netherlands – websites, info exchange
Oratorical competition (all students participated, English and French)
Construction of reading corner in the Grade 7 area.
Facilitated a town wide ‘Tintamarre’ – Acadian celebration




 

 

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