Our school bus will be out of service for the rest of the year. The bus broke down this morning and it will take 4 to 6 weeks for the new part necessary to fix the problem to arrive. For the time being, students will be have to find their own way to and from school.We are working on alternative transportation and hope to come up with a solution. Please if you can help other students with drives it would be greatly appreciated. We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your cooperation and support!
There will be an evening of music, poetry, storytelling and humour at our beautiful Netoaganeg School cafeteria next week! Students, Teachers and Communitity members will be displaying their talents on stage this Tuesday, June 9th at 6pm. Refreshments of tea coffee and baked goods to snack on will be available. Hear Paula Foley, Mr Champagne and many more on stage this Tuesday evening!
Here's what is happening this week at Natoaganeg School:Monday, June 1st: Guitar lessons and Cursive writing after schoolTuesday,June 2nd: Savvy Simon will be at our school during the day and at a Youth Night in the evening for Grades 6-12Wednesday, June 3rd:Thursday, June 4th:Friday, June 5th: Popcorn sale just one dollar a bag
Here is what's happening at Natoaganeg school this week:Monday, May 25th:Guitar Lessons and Cursive Writing after schoolClassroom Garden Sessions all dayTuesday, May 26th:Wednesday, May 27th:Thursday, May 28th:Friday, May 29th:Popcorn sale just one dollar a bag..Spelling Bee at Croft for K to Grade 5 winners
This Friday take a step back in time. Our Grade 7 Class recently took part in the District Heritage Fair and will be displaying their projects at our school. The public is invited to view their work from 1:00pm to 2:30pm. The projects included such topics as Aboriginal sports figures, the Burct Church Fisheriy Dispute and veterans from our community. We hope to see you here!
Here is what is happening this week at Natoaganeg School:Monday, May 18th: closed due to Victoria Day HolidayTuesday, May 19th: K4-G4 will attend the TNB Production Mary PoppinsWednesday, May 20th: Gr5-8 will attend the TNB Production Mary PoppinsThursday,May 21st: Boys Day for Grades 5-8Friday, May 22nd: Popcorn Sale in the morning just one dollar a bag
Miramichi United is looking for more competitive players to participate in the Eastern Soccer League for the 2015 Summer Season for the following teams:U12 GirlsU16 and U18 GirlsU16 and U18 BoysPlayers can register online at www.miramichiunited.ca
The girls volleyball team will be heading to Moncton this weekend for a tournament. They will be participating in the Jack Lawson Cup, an 80+ team event at the Moncton Agrena sportsplex. If you can't make it down, Bell Aliant will be webcasting the entire tournament online at:communityone.bellaliant.ca