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Monday, February 3rd-Lunch today is Hearty beef Barley Soup with a roll and sliced fruit plate

Boys basketball:Eel Ground at Harkins at 3:30pm

Tuesday, February 4th-Lunch today is Sweet and Sour Meatballs with brown rice and tossed salad 

   Skating at the Civic Center at 8:40am

 Beading class at 2:30pm

 Art class with Miss Johnston from 2:30pm to 4:00pm

 Grade 3-5 boys basketball practice after school 

Wednesday, February 5th-Lunch today is open faced chicken sandwich with peas and carrots

       

Thursday, February 6th-Lunch today is Pasta Bake with Fruit Salad  

   Grade 8 girls will have cooking class after school at the Band Hall

Friday, February 7th-Lunch today is Fish Burger with veggie sticks 

       Popcorn sale at recess, just one dollar a bag

Due to the weather conditions, our Family Literacy Night scheduled for tonight, will be rescheduled to Friday morning at 10:30am. Parents and families are invited to attend Friday morning as there will be games and prizes with light refreshments. We hope to see you there!

Tips for Keeping Snacks Safe:
Always wash hands before preparing or eating a snack. This is the one of best ways to prevent food spoilage and contamination. Wash all fruits and veggies under cold running water. Clean all lunch boxes, thermal bags, plastic utensils and containers in hot soapy water. DO NOT re-use plastic wrapping and bags.
Keep foods cold

-Yogurt, deli meats and cheese should be kept cold.

-Be sure to keep lunches in the fridge until the morning and include an ice pack or frozen juice pack when sending lunches to school.

-Left-overs that are to be re-heated in the microwave should also be kept cold until ready to eat.
Keep hot foods hot

-Use a thermos or insulated bottle to keep foods hot.

Here's what is happening this week at Eel Ground First Nation School!

Monday, January 27th: Lunch will be Pineapple and Ham mini pizza's on whole wheat english muffins and veggie sticks

   Boys basket ball: at Harkins Elementary at 3:30pm

    Family Literacy Night at the school from 6:00pm to 7:30pm (canclled due to the weather)

Tuesday, January 28th: Lunch will be Tuna melt with roasted potato wedges and sliced cucumber

    Skating at the Civic Center at 8:40am    

    Beading class after school

    Art class with Miss Johnston from 2:30pm to 4:00pm

     Grade 3-5 boys basketball practice after school

Wednesday, January 29th: Lunch will be chili and whole wheat dinner roll with starwberry rhubarb crisp

Thursday, January 30th: Lunch will be roast beef dinner with mashed pototoes, carrots and green beans

     Grade 8 girls cooking class after school at the Band Hall

Friday, January 31st:  Today is half a day

  Family Literacy Day from 10:30am to 12:00pm

  Popcorn sale, $1.00 a bag.

Family Literacy Night will be Monday night at 6:00pm at Eel Ground School. Students and families are invited to a fun night of reading, games and prizes!

Eel Ground First Nation School invites you to Family Literacy Night on Monday,January 27, 2014 from 6:00 to 7:30pm. Come join u for a great evening of learning through Literacy. There will be prizes to be won and light refreshments will be served. Bring your family and take part in some fun family literacy activities.

Here's what is happening this week at Eel Ground First Nation School:

 

Monday, January 20th: Lunch will be vegetable soup with whole wheat roll and sliced cheese and fruit plate

Tuesday, January 21st:Lunch will be shepherd's pie with mandarin and baby green salad

There will be beading class after school

Art class will be held after school from 2:30pm to 4:00pm

Boys basketball practice will be held from 2:30 to 3:30  for Grades 3-5

Wednesday, January 22nd: Lunch will be beef stew with whole wheat roll and a pear

Thursday, January 23rd: Lunch will be Honey Garlic chicken thighs with rice and California mixed vegetables

Chefs program for Grade 8 girls will be today after school

Friday, January 24th: Lunch will be sloppy joe's with carrot sticks and pineapple slices

Popcorn sale at recess. Just one dollar a bag.

Making Healthy Snacks Fun!
Snacks are important and children should enjoy eating them too. If we enjoy something we are more likely to do it. This document attached below, provide you with tips on how to get your children interested in the snacks that they are eating beginning from helping to select them at the grocery store to opening up their lunch box to see what will make their recess time more exciting. Read on for some exciting ideas and recipes.

Lace up your skates tomorrow! We will be having skating at the Miramichi Civic Center at 8:40am. Reminder, you must have a hockey helmet as bike helmets are no longer permitted.

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