Posted: November 13, 2018

The first Report cards for the school year will go home with students on Wednesday, November 27th.  Parent Teacher interviews will be conducted on:


Thursday, November 29th from 8:30 a.m to 12 noon (no school for students).


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: November 7, 2018

Wednesday, November 7th students had the opportunity to learn about Moose Hunting.

Posted: November 5, 2018

The Metepenagiag School Remembrance Day Ceremony will take place in the Gymnasium on Friday November 9th beginning at 10:30 am. 

Posted: October 17, 2018

FRIDAY - October 19th / November 6th | SKATING

Posted: October 10, 2018

Look. Listen. Learn.

Be aware. Fire can happen anywhere.

Posted: October 4, 2018

Today, October 4th is a day where we honour the lives of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG). 

October 4th vigils across Canada are held to to honour the memory of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls. Gatherings serve to raise awareness and to provide support to families who have lost a loved one.


Posted: October 3, 2018

Wednesday October 3rd we celebrated our monthly attendance & achievements!

We had a great morning celebrating the September Attendance Stars, the class with the highest attendance, grade 3 & 4 with 93.5%.

Posted: October 3, 2018

Friday, October 12th is Picture Day! - 8:45am for students and staff (family pictures will follow).

Posted: September 27, 2018

What Is Orange Shirt Day? 

An Annual Event Inspired By A Girl Who Couldn't Wear Hers.


Phyllis Webstad was six-years-old when the new orange shirt she excitedly chose for her first day of school was stripped off her back. She never saw it again.

Posted: September 24, 2018

Friday, September 28th is ORANGE SHIRT DAY! 

Orange Shirt Day, in recognition of the harm the residential school system did to children's sense of self-esteem and wellbeing, and as an affirmation of our commitment to ensure that everyone around us matters. 

Wearing an orange shirt is a way to honour the survivors and remember those that did not survive. Orange Shirt Day is also an opportunity for First Nations, local governments, schools and communities to come together in the spirit of reconciliation and hope for generations of children to come. 


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