Welcome to Nelson School! Students are coming back to school on Tuesday, Sept. 3rd (staggered entry in Kindergarten). We would like to welcome back all returning staff and students as well as some new staff members this year: Grade 3/4 French Immersion will be taught by Mrs. Walsh and Grade 7 French Immersion teacher will be Mr. Methot. We also have new EAs: Suzanne Gorman and Shelby Adams. Middle School pictures will be taken on Wendesday, Sept. 4th and K-5 pictures will be taken on Thursday, Sept. 5th. Our first official gathering will be our Meet the Teacher night on Sept.
On Wednesday, August 21st, the Rotary Club of Chatham will be sponsoring a "Back to School Double Bingo" on 99.3 The River. All prize money will be doubled and the winner of Game 7 will get to choose a school who will receive $1000.
Nelson Rural School had their award ceremony on Thursday, June 20th. Coming away with major awards were (from left to right): Evan Bowes (Principal's), Evan Wenzel (Exemplary Student), Henry Duffy (Principal's Award), Logan Hicks (Male Athlete), Karley Whitney (Joy Sullivan), Mckenzie Briggs (Anna McCarthy), Alex Daigle (Middle School Turn-Around), Tyson Robichaud (Thomas Woods), Ashlee Jardine (Principal's), Ashley Adams (Principal's), Brenna Maloney (Michaela MacDonald), Madeline Woods (Female Athlete), Brianna Gallagher (Female Athlete), Kaylee Vickery (Colleen Lynch).
Some of the JMH Boomerang group stopped by to welcome our grade 8 students to high school today. They encouraged our kids to get involved and try new things. And these lucky kids even took away some Tommie swag.
Nelson Rural School will be hosting their 1st Annual Striper Cup next week. On Monday and Tuesday, students will be lining the shores of the Miramichi River across from their school in hopes to make a great catch. This initiative is part of our Positive Learning Environment Plan to promote a sense of belonging and grade 8 leadership program. Thank you to Tony Svark and the Miramichi Valley Fishing Club for coming out to train our grade 8 students in bait and rod. Our grade 8 students will be aiding our younger students next week when they take to the shore. Parents and invited guests a
The K-2 classes celebrated the 100th Day of School on Monday March 11th! We had lots of fun working on different activities related to the number 100. We worked together to collect 100 items for the Food Bank and when we counted them all up, we had 136 items! In the gym we did 100 exercises and sat quiet for 100 seconds. We also made the number 100 using all the K-2 students. Each student brought in a collection of 100 things and we went to each class to see all the collections. They were awesome! Together we made a quilt about 100 Reasons Why We Love Our School!