Eel Ground School is in the middle of its Winter Carnival 2006. Students and teachers have been having a blast participating in Pajama Day, Hawian Day, and Crazy Hair Day. Students have also been having fun in the Survivor Contest that is being held during lunch hour.
Several grade 7 and 8 students worked at lunch and after-school to plan, shoot, edit, and export a digital video film showcasing their skateboarding talents. They entered the video in the Atlantic First Nations Help Desk 3 Minute Video Contest. Stay tuned to see if they end up winning a prize. For now, check out their video.
As part of their Non-Smoking Week activities, students in Miss Ginnish's grade 7 and 8 Health and Wellness classes produced an episode of MMTV News that educated viewers on the dangers of smoking and the benefits of quiting. To watch the video, visit the MMTV News website or click the link below.
In support of the Miramichi Rotary Pond Hockey Tournament, the Rotary Club of Newcastle is asking everyone in the City to wear a hockey jersey on FRIDAY, February 3, 2006 ''MIRAMICHI POND HOCKEY DAY". The Rotary have entered the Hockeytown contest at www.cbchockeyville.ca.The school is encouraging all students to wear a hockey jersey to school on Friday in support of this event.