All students K-8 are more than welcome to help out with this worthwhile fundraiser. We are still looking for people to collect bottles. Bottles can be dropped off Friday, March 26th after 4:00pm up until 12:00 Noon on Saturday, March 27th, 2010.
Miramichi Rural will be hosting its science fair Monday, March 22nd from 6:30pm-8:00pm. Cost of admission is $2 (free for students). Science East also will have a display of fun and interactive science activities to enjoy. Come on out and see the amazing work done by our students!
Variety Show,"Thursday Night Live," Is a Success
Thanks to the hard work of the students and the wonderful community support for the show, the variety show was a great success. The seats were full and the applause was enthusiastic. A big thank you also goes out to all the students, parents and staff who helped with the set up, the execution of the event and the clean up. Masters of Ceremony Clifford Kingston and Colin Kingston did a wonderful job and raised over $200 for their social action project on lung cancer. Congratulations to all!
The staff of Miramichi Rural School wishes to extend a very sincere "Thank-You" to its Home and School Association and all of those parents who kindly provided treats, each day, during Staff Appreciation Week, as well as the delicious buffet luncheon catered to us.
We are very grateful for your continued support of Miramichi Rural.
Thomas Duffy, Nathan Girouard and Madison Reid will be performing at the Haiti Concert that Susan Butler is organizing. They will be playing at 12:30 p.m. at the Beaverbrook Kin Centre around the square in Newcastle on Saturday. Susan Butler (622-1780) is looking for donations of sandwiches, refreshments and sweets for the marathon which is set to go for 12 hours. Come out and support our local talent as well as the citizens of Haiti.
Have a great March Break, all!