May 2003
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Students learn they can be whatever they want to be
By Brittany T.
Techsploration aims to help young girls understand how high school math and science can influence their future careers.
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Lights! Camera! Action! Rewind…!
By Jennifer W.
The 2003 Regional Drama Festival hosted by Roncalli Central High School saw some outstanding performances.
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Spring Finally Sprung
By Lauren K.
As the weather becomes progressively warmer, more and more students are being found outside.
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New Fredericton Medical Clinic should ease strain on Health Care Resources
By Lauren K. & Alexa K.
The province's first collaborative-care medical clinic is set to open in October of 2003.
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It's never too late to learn
By Kayla H.  
On February 14, 2003 the Minister of Education for Newfoundland and Labrador, The Honourable Judy Foote, visited our school.
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Space Television News Reports  
By Grade 6 class, Eastport, NL
"Space Television Network" features a series of news reports on space topics such as meteorites, black holes, space travel and more.
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  Brebeuf Wins Metro North Debating Championships!
By Brendan K.
Brebeuf debaters finish 2nd, 3rd, and 4th at regional championships, and send two representatives to Ontario championships.
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AAAND Action....New Film Club Develops
By Stephen T.
Though this is Fredericton High's first attempt at creating a school film, the fate of the film looks very promising.
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Connecting - Hola, mi nombre es...
By Karin G.
The Spanish Online 110 course is aimed to teach high school students interested in Spanish.
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DO something and make a difference this summer
By Farah K.
Even after an end to the war in Iraq children are facing a threat to their well-being.
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Youth Dialogues around Canada
By Victor N.
Youth from all over Canada have been invited to discuss what should be included in the National Plan of Action for Children.
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