The Miramichi Kinsmen and Anglophone North School District are pleased to accept film entries for the Third Annual Kin Film Festival. All students in ASD-N are invited to participate. Students may submit films in one or both of the two categories. The first category is the Kin Category. Films in this category will address the theme “Doing the Right Thing”. The second category is the Open Category. Films of any genre or subject matter can be submitted to this category. The top films selected in each category will be ...

The Eel Ground School Drama Club had a successful trip to the Drama Festival. They performed the play on Monday and received good reviews from the judges.On Wednesday at the awards ceremony, we received 4 awards. Andrea Ward, Amber Ward and Jewel Stemm all received Outstanding Supporting Actress Awards and Bradley Denny received the Outstanding Actor award. The group attended several plays and workshops and had a great time!

Monday,May 6th:Drama Club  performs at the Provincial Drama Festival at 3:25pm

  Archery begins!

Tuesday,May 7th:

Wednesday,May 8th:Drama club returns around 9pm at the school

Thursday,May 9th:

   Friday, May 10th: 

Congratulations to our Girls Volleyball team! yesterday at the District Jamboree, our girls won a silver medal. The girls, who finished second during the rgular season, lost to harkins in the final. A great job by coaches Mrs.Harris and Mrs.K.Francis and by the team. We are proud of you!

Be listening tomorrow morning for two of our students on the radio! Chloe and Amber will be on 99.3 The River, Thursday Morning at 7:50am.

They will be talking about the play "Cinderella or the Story of Bigfoot" which will be performed at the Eel Ground School Gymnasium Thursday

evening at 6:30pm. Tickets are $7.00 each or children 12 or under , $3.00 and are vailable at the door.

Eel Ground First Nation School would like to welcome representatives of Canadian Feed the Children to our school today and tomorrow.

They are here to see our school and observe the benefits from their program in which they provide funding for our breakfast and lunch

program. We hope you enjoy your visit and thank you for your support for our school! 

Here's whats happening this week at Eel Ground School:

Monday, April 29:   Volleyball Practice after school

Tuesday,April 30:   No school in the morning

     Drama Practice after school

Wednesday,May 1: Giirls Volleyball Jamboree at Dr Losier Middle School

       Drama after school setting up the stage

Good morning and welcome to the Eel Ground First Nation School morning message for April 30th.

There is no school in the morning due to a funeral in the community. The bus will be picking up students at 12:40pm

There will be drama practice after school for the entire cast.

Good luck to the girls volleyball team who will be participating in the volleyball jamboree on Wednesday.

The Drama Club will be performing their play "Cinderella or the story of Big Foot" on Thursday,May2 at 6:30pm in the school gymnasium. Tickets will be available at the door.

The Eel Ground School Drama Club have been busy practicing their production for the N.B. Drama Festival. You can see their play this Thursday when they will be performing their play "CInderella or the story of Big Foot". The play, which is loosely based ion the traditional fairy tale, will be performed at the school gymnasium at 6:30pm. Tickets are available at the door and are just $7.00 with children 12 or under $3.00. The play is great for all ages.

Congratulations to our girls volleyball team. They just completed the reular season and finished second place out of 7 teams.They will now compete in the Volleyball Jamboree at Dr. Losier Middle School.Thier schedule for the jamboree on Wednesday is:


3:00pm: Eel Ground vs Dr. Losier#2

5:00pm: Eel Ground vs Blackville

  7:00pm: Dr. Losier#1 vs Eel Ground

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