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Posted: April 18, 2018


Earlier in the year grades three to six students worked with Phillip Sexsmith a professor from the University of New Brunswick and Bill Buggie an Elementary Specialist on poetry.

Posted: April 9, 2018

Report card #2 will go home with students on Wednesday April 11.  Parent Teacher interviews will be conducted on:

Friday April 13th from 8:30 a.m to 12 noon

We are asking parents/guardians to help their child win a pizza party by attending their parent-teacher interview. All classes that receive 80% or higher in parent/guardian attendance will win a pizza party.  Kids love pizza parties! Let's work together to win their class some pizza!!! 

Posted: March 29, 2018


Happy Easter everyone! A reminder that Thursday March 29th is a half day for students (all students dismissed at 11:30am). Also there is no school Friday March 30th or Monday April 2nd.

 

Posted: March 21, 2018

Today in K4 we made Luskiinikn!

Luskinikn (pronounced loo-skin-i-gen) is a wonderful no yeast, quick bread.  It contains basic elements such as, flour, baking powder, salt, water. Some people add lard or oil, some add milk, some add raisins, some add oatmeal. Personalizing your recipe is what makes it as unique as you. Some like butter or jam, other like to dip it in molasses. There are many, many ways to enjoy this timeless bread.

 

Posted: March 19, 2018

Metepenagiag students from grades 3-6 are working with artist Francine Francis. Francine will be working with our students for the next couple months on a Seven Sacred Teachings art piece!

 

Posted: March 19, 2018


Elder George Paul has been working with students from grades 3 to 6, furthering their knowledge and developing skills in Drumming. Students will continue to learn from George until the end of the school year.

Posted: March 19, 2018

Grade 5 & 6 are working with Mr Rick Hayward in the I³ Program (Investigate! Invent! Innovate!). I³ challenges students to identify a problem and invent a solution.

Students will develop an entrepreneurial mindset by researching a problem, building a prototype, and developing a business plan and marketing strategies to promote their invention.

 

Posted: March 19, 2018

The grade 6 students at Metepenagiag School worked with Elder Malian Ward for 10 weeks to build their understanding of 5210 through culturally relevant activities and cultural teachings.

Posted: March 19, 2018

Grades 5 to 7 students from Metepenagiag are working with Youth Mental Health Specialist, John Fletcher.

Students are doing Resilient Movements training. Resilient Movements merges Integrative Youth Development with functional fitness into an action packed eight-hour course. The goal is to teach youth real-life, tangible resilience skills. Through group discussions, experiential activities and functional fitness ALL youth will leave this course with the skills needed to THRIVE and grow their web of support.

Posted: March 19, 2018

Well done Warriors on a fantastic 2017 / 2018 Basketball season!

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