Yes the new school year is in full swing. Teachers are busy with their new assignments and welcoming their new students. Now is the time for parents to meet the teachers. Wednesday, September 23rd we are having a Meet The Teacher Garden Harvest Feast. You are invited to come to school with your children from 3:00 to 4:00 to taste recipes from our very own community garden.
Rope For Heart 2015On Wednesday,
May 27th the students and
staff took part in the school’s annual “Jump
Rope for Heart Event”. The event
began with a kick-off with the Educational Rep from the Heart & Stroke
Foundation coming to the school last week to talk to the students about heart
healthy activities and nutrition.The students were campaigning this past week and
fundraising for the Heart & Stroke Foundation. Sponsor money is due on Friday, May 29th.
An updated total will be posted as soon as all money has been submitted. The
Elsipogtog School's honor an Elder program is still up
and running! On Friday, May 8, elders came to
meet with Margaret Augustine, the community and garden coordinator. They enjoyed some snacks and refreshments and played some fun bingo to win great prizes! Then
they joined us for our teacher appreciation meal of lasagna, caesar salad, and garlic bread. Oelaalieg!
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Thank you to Joanne for her dedication and hard work in developing and putting together a 21st century video with her middle school students and the now Grade 3 students. "How the Butterfly Came to Be" itself is a great learning experience in making it to the CUTE Awards. Middle School students who were involved are Tayla Milliea, Vanessa Lafford, Breeze Simon, Mandi Clair and Keri Anne Sock. Thank you to Maureen and Lindsay for bringing the kids to Miramichi for the awards.
AAROM Promoting Learning Project
1. What did you enjoy the most about the Species
at Risk Workshops held at your school?
– Hearing myself in a movie and the awesome museum.
Emma L. – I liked how I got to try smoked salmon. It
– The interesting thing that I saw was rock walls, theater room, lots of
windows, pizza, national museum.
L. – I like fishing and how they have a baby thing that they can can hold them. How they travelled.
Grade 1A had a wonderful Easter. When they returned to school their bellies were full with chocolate and turkey. This week in writing they wrote about flying a kite. On Thursday the class went to the church with Sister Doris to look at the beautiful Easter decorations.
March 20th, Elsipogtog School had the honor to host Theatre New Brunswick Young Company 2015 Tour.The 8th Fire tells the story of two modern day children who set off on a journey to reconnect with their ancestors and find themselves in a magical expansive world. This adventure story for audiences of all ages speaks to the transformative nature of family, culture, and the subsequent power of the natural world and our place within it.The students and staff of Elsipogtog School would like to thank TNB Young Company manager and crew for the suberb performance!