The Nelson Rural School Year End Social/dance for Middle School will take place on Thursday June 16th from 8:00 - 10:00 pm in the cafeteria!
Tickets for the dance will be sold in advance only from June 8th-10th at noon in the canteen by Student Council.
The cost for tickets is $5 for the grade 6-7 students and free for the grade 8 graduating students.
A REMINDER to parents/guardians that your child is asked to return their permission slip and $5 for the upcoming grade 8 trip to Hopewell Rocks and Fundy National Park to their homeroom teacher ASAP.
Students will leave this Friday June 10th at 8:00 am and return to the school at approximately 7:00-7:30 pm. Please ensure that arrangements have been made to pick your child up at the school. Remember that the times mentioned are only approximate.
The grade 8 students will be heading to Hopewell Rocks and Fundy National Park on Friday June 10th. This will be the year end trip for the grade 8 students in recognition of their successful completion of K-8. Everyone at Nelson Rural is very proud of all the grade 8 students and wish them all the best as they enter the next phase in their academc career!!
GREAT WORK EVERYONE!
Nelson Rural School recently hosted the Regional Heritage Fair on May 26th. Projects from from various District 16 schools were on display for students, staf, and parents to view and enjoy!
Check out the Nelson Rural image gallery for all the photos of this terrific event!!
On May 19th the District 16 Turnaround Achievement Awards were handed out at the Rodd Miramichi. Nelson Rural grade 8 student McKenzie C. received this tremendous honour. Everyone at Nelson Rural is very proud of McKenzie as he has made a significant change in his academic career!!
On Friday, May 20th at 8:30 the students and staff of Nelson Rural School will participate in an In motion Walkathon. We hope that Kristy & Sydney Stewart, our ROE mom and baby as well as Cynthia Hillier, our ROE instructor will also join us. This event will raise awareness of the Roots of Empathy program and help provide funds for the training of community volunteers as instructors. The mission of Roots of Empathy is to build caring, peaceful and civil societies, child by child, through the development of empathy in children.
Nelson Go GirlsNelson Rural students recently participated in the Go Girls Festival held at the Golden Hawk. A number of activities and games were played and the girls enjoyed the fun filled day!! A big thank you to Mrs. Pugh and Ms. Pritchard fo leading this wonderful group!
Great work Girls!!
Daryn D. and Layne W. are all smiles as they competed at the District 16 Oratory Contest at Dr. Losier on Thursday May 3rd 2011. Their performances were outstanding and as a result Layne was awarded 3rd place! Congratulations girls on a terrific job!
Everyone at Nelson Rural is very proud of these terrific students!!
The Nelson Rural School Spring Book Fair will take place the week of May 9th 2011!
Times for the fair are as follows:
May 9th to 11th from 9:00 am - 3:00 pm.
Family Night is May 11th from 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm.
May 12th from 9:00 am - 1:00 pm.
Hope to see everyone there!!
oratoryCongratulations to all the students who participated in the Nelson Rural Oratory Speak Off which was held in the school library on April 26th. The winners of the event were Rae J. 3rd place, Daryn D. 2nd place, and Layne W. 1st place. Mrs. Hawkes and everyone on staff at Nelson Rural would like to send out a big congratulations to all those who participated!!