Nelson Rural School will have their annual Terry Fox Walk on Thursday, September 27 beginning at 1:00. Primary Team students will complete the shorter walk around the track/ballfiled area. Students in grades 3-5 will walk the longer route through Douglasfield Road area. Staff and students may volunteer to make a monetary donation which will go directly to the Terry Fox Foundation.
A perfect way to end another fantastic school year! Students in each one of Mrs. O'Neill Delano's music classes performed a verse in That's A Rap!, a music video we produced this year to promote our wonderful school.
On June 21, Nelson Rural held their awards ceremony. Taking away the major awards for this year were: Teegan Doyle (Thomas Woods Award), Kamy Doyle (Michaela MacDonald Memorial Award), Rebecca Seaman (Collen Lynch Award), Kate Hache (Anna McCarthy & Middle School Exemplary Student Award), Savana Black (female athlete of the year), Drew Duplessie (Male Athlete of the Year), Jantzen Brennan (Principal's Award), Tayrn Hache (Joy Sullivan, Middle School Turn Around). Congratulations to all. All other photos from the day are posted on the website as well.
The next meeting of the Nelson Rural School Gardening Club has been postoned until Wednesday, June 20th at 6:30pm due to rain.
During this meeting Matthew Trevors, Miramichi Community Garden Coordinator, will be hosting a hands-on workshop on transplanting and managing tomato plants.
We will also be conducting our regular maintenance (weeding, watering, etc.) and discussing some exciting plans for a possible greenhouse so bring your children out to get involved in helping us grow healthy food for our school.
On Tuesday, June 12th Nelson Rural School hosted its First Annual Planting Party. This event kicked off a school wide garden project that has seen students growing seedlings in their classrooms and learning about the science behind gardening. With the help of local gardener Melanie Dickson, the planting party gave students the opportunity to transplant their carefully cultivated crops from their classrooms into the school’s recently built garden beds.
After many dedicated years at Nelson Rural School, the staff and students would like to wish a very Happy Retirement to one of our amazing Custodians Jackie McLaughlin! You will be truly missed by everyone! We wish you all the best and an enjoyable retirement.