Anglophone East School District
Board office location
Moncton, New Brunswick
Alma, Cocagne, Greater Moncton ( Moncton, Dieppe, Riverview), Havelock, Hillsborough, Petitcodiac, Sackville, Sainte-Marie-de-Kent, Salisbury, Shediac, and Port Elgin
Number of schools
Budget (CAD $ millions)
Number of students
Chair of the Board
Anglophone East School District, formerly known as School District 2, is a Canada school district in South-East New Brunswick. The district is an Anglophone district operating 38 public schools from grades Kindergarten to 12 in Albert and Westmorland counties. The name of the school districts was changed along with all other school districts in the province in July 2012. [5 ]
With 2012-2013 enrollment at approximately 15,600 students and 2,400 staff, it is the largest school district in
New Brunswick. District 02 is headquartered in [6 ] Moncton. [7 ]
The district holds an annual drama production, with students from its various high schools. Presented musicals include:
List of schools [ edit ]
Elementary schools [ edit ]
Arnold H. McLeod School
Claude D. Taylor School
Forest Glen School
Frank L. Bowser Elementary School
Lower Coverdale School
Mountain View School
Salem Elementary School
Salisbury Elementary School
West Riverview School
Combined elementary and middle schools [ edit ]
Dorchester Consolidated School
Edith Cavell School
Evergreen Park School
Magnetic Hill School Northrop Frye School
Port Elgin Regional School
Queen Elizabeth School
Riverside Consolidated School
Riverview East School
Shediac Cape School
See also [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
^ "Anglophone East School District Budget 2009 – 2010" (PDF) . Retrieved February 9, 2013.
^ "About Us". nbed.nb.ca . Retrieved February 9, 2013.
^ "Anglophone East School District Council" (PDF) . Retrieved February 9, 2013.
^ "Superintendent of Anglophone East School District". nbed.nb.ca . Retrieved February 9, 2013.
^ Jody Carr cuts school districts to 7
^ "Anglophone East School District H&R". nbed.nb.ca . Retrieved February 9, 2013.
^ "Anglophone East School District Headquarters". nbed.nb.ca . Retrieved February 9, 2013.
^ "Schools in Anglophone East School District". nbed.nb.ca . Retrieved February 9, 2013.