Members of the newly formed "Croft Fishing Club' had their first outing of the year on Tuesday May 7th. All ten students reeled in some nice bass and a fun-filled experience was had by all. As a member of the Fishing Club, students make a commitment to write a story and share their experience with our school. Here we see Blake demonstrating the proper fishing technique. Also see our Photo Gallery for some more great pics.
The Miramichi Kinsmen and Anglophone North School District are pleased to accept film entries for the Third Annual Kin Film Festival. All students in ASD-N are invited to participate. Students may submit films in one or both of the two categories.The first category is the Kin Category. Films in this category will address the theme “Doing the Right Thing”.The second category is the Open Category. Films of any genre or subject matter can be submitted to this category.The top films selected in each category will be screened.Also this year, Director Michel Guitar from the NB film Co-op will be
Earth Day was celebrated at Croft today beginning with an Assembly at 9:00. Student Leaders pictured here proudly display some of the recyling items that were brought in by all classrooms. Earth Day also coincided with Science Displays in classrooms, projects focussing on the three "R"s (Reduce, Re-use, Recycle) and a school yard/forest classroom clean up in the afternoon.
A reminder to parents of students presently in Gr. 2 and Gr. 5 about the information meeting that is occurring tonight at Dr. Losier Middle School at 6:30 p.m. If you are considering French Immersion for your child next year in any of our schools in Anglophone North, it is important that you try and attend this meeting. Merci!!
All parents and community members in Miramichi West (Newcastle, Nordin, Douglastown and surrounding areas) are strongly encouraged to complete a very brief, but important, survey dealing with the future of schools in our local area. Surveys may be accessed on any of the school's websites in Miramichi West (Croft, Harkins Elementary, Harkins Middle, Gretna Green, Miramichi Valley) or on the main Anglophone North (ASD-N) web page. It is important that as many people possible complete this survey to ensure that politicians in Fredericton hear a strong voice from the people of Miramichi.
Who: All students and staff will participate
What: “Walk and Talk ” will be a daily walking program whereby all students in our school will be afforded the opportunity to walk a designated route to music. This new program will serve as a “kick off” to our annual Go For 42 Mango Challenge.
Where: K-2 students will walk a circular route around the gym and the cafeteria (counter clockwise).
Gr. 3-5 students will walk around the main classroom area (counter clockwise).
Parent Information Meeting, Grade 3 and 6 Entry
(For FI programs at: St. Andrew’s Elementary; Dr. Losier Middle School; Croft, Gretna Green and Harkin’s Middle Schools)
WHEN: Tuesday, April 16th, 6:30 P.M.
WHERE: Dr. Losier Middle School Auditorium, 124 Henderson Street,
Miramichi, NB, E1N 3W4.
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION: Friday, May 17th." ....
Wednesday, April 10thSt. Andrews @ Gretna Green
Croft @ Nelson
Game Time: 4:30 Tuesday, April 16thGretna Green @ CroftNelson @ St. Andrews
Thursday, April 18th Gretna Green @ Nelson
St. Andrews @ Croft
Tuesday, April 22ndCroft @ Gretna GreenSt. Andrews @ Nelson
Thursday, April 24th Gretna Green @ St. Andrews
Nelson @ Croft
Tuesday, April 30thNelson @ Gretna Green
Croft @ St. Andrews
Tuesday, May 7th Game 1 Team 4 @ Team 1
Game 2 Team 3 @ Team 2
A reminder to all parents of Croft, Harkins Elementary, Harkins Middle School, Gretna Green and Miramichi Valley that a public consultation is happening tonight beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the theatre at Miramichi Valley High School. The purpose of this meeting is to discuss the future of area schools in the coming years. All parents are encouraged to attend.