Happenings this week at Natoaganeg School:Monday, September 21st: Drama meeting after schoolTuesday, September 22nd:Soccer game hosting Harkins after schoolWednesday, September 23rd:Cross Country at Dr Losier for Middle School students Drama practice Act 1 after schoolThursday, September 24th:Soccer game at Millerton after school Drama Practice after school for acts 2,3,4Friday, September 25th: Half Day Annual Fall Harvest in the morning Meet the Teacher from 1:00pm to 2:30pm
As a way of recognizing the former First Nation students who attended residential school, the losses they experienced and the impacts that the residential schools had on their lives, Anglophone North will celebrate Orange Shirt Day on Wednesday, September 30th . Students and staff are invited to don an orange shirt as a sign of their commitment that every child matters. Stay tuned for events that schools will do to mark this important day. Please follow the link to watch a short video explaining the significance of Orange Shirt Day. ht
Just a few notes for parents:Friday, September 18th, the Grades K to Grade 4 will be going to McAllister's Farm for apple pickingTuesday, September 22nd,Natoaganeg School will be hosting the first soccer game of the season against HarkinsFriday, September 25th, will be a half day and that morning will be our Fall FairMonday, September 28th, there will be no school for students as teachers will be in a training session all dayWednesday, September 30th, students and staff will take part in the Residential School Walk in our community.Please wear Orange in support of those who suffered.
Sign up sheets are up in the gym for soccer for Grades 3-5. The first practice will be held Thursday, September 17th after school. The coach will be Mrs. Dunnett and she looks forward to kicking off the season with a home game next Tuesday against Harkins. Come cheer on the Eagles!
Tomorrow, June 17th, there will be no school for students. Natoaganeg School will be having it's official Grand Opening. Due to the number of dignataries that will be attending, it is an invitation only event. Students will return to school Thursday and Friday morning we will be hosting our Awards Day at 10am at our school and it is open to the public.
Congratulations to the first graduating class of Natoaganeg School. Seven Grade 8 students will be heading to high school next year. We would like to recognize last night's award winners:Roger Augustine Award for top academic student: Gail HanifanLittle Wil Award for school spirit : Taylor SimonJohn Hawkes Memorial Award for dedication and perseverance: Kristen Hamilton Ward To quote Mr Hawkes; "I expect the very best from my family doctor, my mechanic and my garbage collector. I expect the best and they give me the best. Why, then,would I ever expect anything less from myself?