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Posted: September 20, 2010

The Grand Opening of the Nelson Rural School Outdoor facility on Sunday September 19th was a huge success!  Many local and provincial dignitaries including Superintendent Laurie Keoughan were on hand for the ribbon cutting ceremony.  A huge thank you goes out to the many people responsible for the improvements.  Without their dedication and support this project would not have been possible!   Please check out the image gallery for pictures of the grand opening!    

Posted: September 16, 2010

Middle school soccer tryouts are underway at Nelson and league action begins next week for the boys and girls.  Players and parents can download the schedule from the documents section of this page.   Good luck to all Nelson players.  Make Nelson Rural Proud!!

Posted: September 14, 2010

Come out and celebrate the Grand Opening of our new sports and playground facility on Sunday September 19th 2010!  There will be a BBQ, corn, hot dogs, refreshments, softball, soccer, playground equipment, and the walking trail will all be available to enjoy. A very special thank you to Mr. Fitzpatrick and all the volunteers who worked hard to make this important project a reality.  Everyone at Nelson Rural will benefit tremendously!   WHERE:  Nelson Rural School WHEN:  Sunday September 19th 2010 TIME:  2 - 4 pm  

Posted: September 13, 2010

Over the summer break district renovated our gym floor.  Students, parents, and staff are reminded that outdoor footwear is prohibited in the gym.  Students are required to have indoor shoes for school and Phys. Ed classes.   Note: If anyone has old sneakers, in good shape, that their child has grown out of, we would gladly accept them to use as extras in case a student forgets theirs.  Thank you for your cooperation!

Posted: June 16, 2009

Nelson Rural Students and supporters truly showed their big hearts this year. Under the guidance of Miss Baldwin students from K-8 raised an amazing $7188.85 for the Jump Rope for Heart Program.

Posted: June 13, 2009

Grade two students recently completed a unit on the life cycle of the butterfly. The students were able to watch the development of real butterflies in the classroom, from caterpillar to butterfly stage. Miss Sullivan and Mrs. Dickson’s grade two classes kept journals and were able to learn about how butterflies have grown and changed over the years.  On June 12th, the two classes held a celebration releasing their butterflies back into their natural habitat.

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