Our first Literacy Night of the year had a good turn-out. Parents were encouraged to bring their children to read books as a family in the comforts of their pijamas and blanket. There was also hot chocolate and cookies to set a relaxing tone. To start the evening Marina read the "Na Magamigeg Flanders" poem followed by Cynthia reading "Proud as a Peacock, Brave as a Lion". To end the evening Ivan read one of his favorites, "It's Christmas David". Middle school students also had story boards on display to show their hard work during the past 2 weeks in Ms. Dedam's Language Arts class.
school students started working on their reading fair projects.They will
have two and a half weeks to finish their presentation boardsThese boards
will be on display the evening of November 5th , which will be
literacy nightThanks you
for your support. Mrs Dedam
This week is going to be
a busy week at Elsipogtog School
Wednesday is Wear
Pink Day and bring a loonie in support of Breast Cancer Awareness.
Proceeds go toward CIBC Run For The Cure Foundation.
Wednesday is also half
day for students. Grade k-3 will take the bus at 11:30 while grade 4-8
take the bus at 12:00. Teachers will be in their classrooms in the
afternoon working on curriculum development. Parents are welcome to visit
by appointment, call Vera at 523-8240.
Wednesday Dream Catcher
Award 9:00 AM - Respect
Friday, October 31, we
On Sunday October 5. The Elsipogtog School participated in the CIBC Run for the Cure Foundation. Team Captain Marina Milliea, Vice principal of the school and team of teachers ran in support of breast cancer survivors including our secretary, Marina's sister Vera Augustine and another Sister Theresa May and all women struggling to create a future without breast cancer. We are deeply motivated and excited to have contributed a total of 725$. We are planning to do more fundraising events at the school because we want to make a difference!