The gr. 5-6 class is extremely excited to announce that they have surpassed their goal of making 30 Christmas Shoeboxes. Due to the generosity of the community, the class was able to create 32 shoeboxes!!! Thank you to all who graciously donated items for this wonderful cause. The gr.5-6 class really enjoyed putting these boxes together and expressed how happy it made them to spread joy to those children who will recieve the gifts. Thank you again for all your help!
The gr.5-6 class have taken on the initiative of collecting items in hopes of filling shoeboxes to send over seas to children who are less fortunate through the Operation Christmas Child program. All K-8 students are asked to donate items (if possible). Last year our class was able to prepare 22 shoebox with your generous donations. Our goal this year is to prepare 30 shoeboxes. Please keep in mind, items should fit in your standard shoebox. Ideas for items are listed in the document section. Thank you for your continued support!
Please note that there will be a number of items sent home with your child/children today. Please take the time to go through the documents and be sure to complete and return all the required forms as soon as possible. It is important that the office has your most current contact information on file.
Also, our handbook is being sent home today. This document is to be keep at home and will come in handy as it contains important dates, school bus expectations (that can be reviewed with your child/children), the school code of conduct, this years staff, etc.
Please note, for the school year 2019-2020, the K-8's will have school supplies pre-purchased for the upcoming school year. Please see the office next week (Monday, June 24th - Thursday, June 27th) or the last week of August to pay the fee. The K-2's will have a fee of $50 and the Grade 3-8's will have a fee of $60. Also, we ask that gr.
We will be holding an assembly on Thursday, June 6th from 12:30-1:15 to recognize the 75th anniversary of D-Day and to acknowledge the contribution of the North Shore Regiment. We will also be sharing the stories of 3 local soldiers and we will be unvielling a special plaque in honour of one of these local heros. Everyone is welcome!
Our grade 7/8 class are looking for some materials for our STEM class.We are looking for some wood pallets, wood scraps, wine corks, nails, screws, hammers, tape measures, etc., that you may have laying around, not being used.Our goal is to recycle material by building birdhouses, or other small projects that we may be able to sell as a way to fundraise for the school, while providing hands-on learning opportunities for our students.
The staff and students of Miramichi Rural School would like to congratulate Carter Allison on successfully securing a spot on the U13 NB Soccer Team. We know that Carter will be an asset to his team, both in terms of skill and leadership ability! Way to go, Carter. We will be cheering you on along the way!
On Monday, April 8th, schools across Canada will be participating in Green Shirt Day. Last April, the tragic Humboldt Broncos bus crash impacted the entire country. One of the players, Logan Boulet, was able to save six people through organ donation. His gift showed there is always hope, even in times of great tragedy.
Students can participate on April 8th by wearing a green shirt or a jersey in support of all those affected by the Broncos accident, and to honour Logan’s legacy of selfless giving.