The first school newsletter was sent home on the first day of school. Inside there is a ballot to be filled out and returned to the school by September 12th. At the end of the month there will be a draw for a gift certificate. make sure you enter for a chance to win!

School attendance is taken at 8:30am. Your child is considered late at 8:31am. All students arriving after 8:31am are considered tardy and parents must sign them in at the office before going to class. Our goal is to promote attendance at school and encourage punctuality






Eel Ground First Nation School's Code of Conduct





Arrive on time and be prepared to learn


Be polite to children and adults


Work hard to be successful


Respect our environment

Eel Ground School will continue with our morning breakfast program open to all students, Monday through Friday. We would like to thank Freda and Kim for all your help as well as parents who volunteer their time to help this program.

A reminder that we will be selling healthy items in the goody cart once again this year and also reminding parents there is no borrowing.

There will be a snack break from 10:05-10:15am. No sugary drinks, chips, or treats with lots of sugar are allowed.


 Eel Ground First Nation School would like to welcome all new and returning students to our school. This promises to be an exciting year with many programs and activities planned throughout the year. As always we welcome all parents who would like to get involved in our school.We look forward this year of moving to our new school after Christmas and having a great year at Eel Ground First Nation School!

Good luck to all our athletes from our community participating at the NAIG in Saskatchewan, especially our students and former students. You make us pround

Eel Ground First Nation School would like to thank everyone who helped make this a great year! From our volunteers to the students, we would like to thank you for everything you did this year. A special thanks to our Home and School Association for all their volunteer work and also to our workers with our Breakfast and Lunch  programs, your cooking will be missed this summer! A school is only as strong as its community and without your cooperation and support, our school would not be as strong as it is. We love being part of the community and encourage everyone to get involved with the many activities we have at our school.  Even over the summer we have our community garden growing and we are offering a Literacy Camp for students. With construction of our new school in full swing we are very excited about next year. Enjoy a safe and fun summer and see you September 2nd.

The New Brunswick Indian Summer Games will be held August 6th to 9th in Esgenoopetitj (Burnt Church) First Nation. Klevin Simonson will be holding sign ups for Natoaganeg (Eel Ground) First Nation community Youth soon. Any youth interested in participating in the various sporting events being offered will be able to sign up on a date to be determined.

For more information on these events, contact Kelvin at 251-0167 or by facebook.


Miramichi Whitecaps-Summer "Fun in the Sun" Program


Summer swim program for children who love to swim

Ages 8-14 who have achieved swimmer 3 or higher

Focus on stroke development, endurance and fun

Will run June 23 until August 22

Monday, Wednesday and Friday

Chatham Outdoor Pool from 11:00 am - 12:00 noon

Kinsmen Outdoor Pool from 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Registration June 16 from 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm in the Recreation Department Board

Room located at 94 General Manson Way

Cost is $100.00

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