Thursday October 27, students as part of their collaborative project with Archeology New Brunswick, visited the Metepenagiag Heritage Park to study First Nation artifacts. Students will be recreating replica artifacts at school with 3D scan & 3D Print technology, sharing their knowledge of First Nation artifacts with each other as well family and friends.
Wednesday October 19th, grade 5 & 6 students had the opportunity to learn about Moose Hunting. It was not compulsory for students to attend, only the students who chose to, attended.
Ronnie, Roman & Darwan were generous enough to take time out of their day to talk to students about the importance of hunting for food, ethical Moose kills, the respect we pay to Mother Earth with Tobacco offerings after we kill an animal, different parts of the animal and their uses.
Amazing work by the Warriors this season! Only loosing one game during their season and placing 3rd in the Jamboree they competed in at Natoaganeg School. Which is an amazing achievement on it’s own, however, considering this is only the second season the school has ever had a Soccer team, Warriors should be especially proud!
Students excelled on the field displaying great efforts of skill, team work & sportsmanship. Players & parents truly should be proud of their achievements.