Oapos Winter Carnival is winding down with our Annual Pie in the Face where students get the chance to win the lottery - with the prize being the opportunity to pie a favourite staff member in the face!
Always a very popular event and this year was no exception. Finally - we all enjoy popcorn and a movie as we go our seperate ways over our March Break! Be Smart, Be Active, Be Safe! We'll see you back on Monday March 12th!
Braving the wind, Elsipogtog Students were skating, sliding and snowshoeing at the Rec Center in St. Charles.
Three bus loads full of our students landed at the outdoor rink and sliding hill.
Tons of fun! Look for the Image Gallery "Outdoor Adventure!" for highlights,
Thank you to all the Staff and Parents who helped to make this day such a huge success!
A special thank you to the Carnival Planning Committee for all their hardwork and dedication!
A BIG thank you to all community members and parents who supported our school fundraising BINGO. We had a blast, even if we couldn't all be the big winners. Congratulations to Our winners: $100 winner Dianne Simon; $200 winner JimBob Milliea; $500 Grand Prize winner, Jessica Stewart and the winning card was sold by Zander Joseph of the morning nursery class who walked away with $50!
Students from Nursery to Grade 8 were awed and inspired by the Magical Mystery of our featured guest Remi Boudreau! What a great start to our Winter Carnival Week! Thanks to All the Departments who donated to our Carnival Spectacular and will help to make this an awesome send off to March Break!
Take a look to "The Show" Image Gallery to get some great views of the event!
Every morning we will have music playing in the gym from 8:15 to 8:30.
Schedule of Events:
Tuesday - Hat and Tie Day!
12:45 - 1:45 Magician Show!
Dismissal 2 pm
Wednesday - Wear pink and Crazy hair Day!
12:45 - 1:45 MicMac Bingo.
Dismissal 2 pm
Thursday - Outdoor Activity Day!
Full day of skating, sliding, and snoeshowing at the St. Charles Community Center. Bus leaves at 9 am and returns at 1 pm. Lunch will be served in the Community Center. Dress Warm with snowsuit, hat, and mitts! Bring a helmet for skating, no sticks allowed.
Friday - PJ, Slippers and Blanket Day!
Miramichi Kinsmen and School District 16 are pleased to accept film
entries for the first annual Kin Film Festival. All School District 16
students are invited to participate. Films can be submitted in one of
two categories: Open and The Kinsmen Category. The top 10 films in each
category will be screened on May 7th, 2011 at Miramichi Empire Studio
5. Cash prizes of $500, $250 and $100 will be awarded for the winners
in each category.
Visit the Kin Film Fest page for more information.