1st Place: $200.00 - Kate Couturier (Sellor: Landon Audet)
2nd Place: 150.00 - Anne Marie MacDonald (Sellor: Emma Septon)
3rd Place: $50.00 - Gordon Graham (Sellor: Jared Mizuik)
Thank you to all grade 5 students and parents for supporting this fundraiser.
Croft will be hosting a penny drive for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada from May 3 to May 21. Pennies for Patients (Une sou pour une vie) is a program that helps support children and families with leukemia.Croft will be having a penny/loose change drive!
Thursday, May 27th from 6:00 - 9:00 PM at the Golden Hawk Recreation Center. Have your been cleaning out your basement or garage and don't know what do with all of the old sports equipment? Before throwing it out, realize that many children are unable to afford the cost of registration and equipment for sports.
Kidsport Miramichi will be hosting a sports equipment drive. By donating your old equipment, you may help a child have access to the sport they love. For more information on Kidsport or the Equipment Drive, please contact Jason Walsh at 623-2054.
The music festival gala show begins at 6:30 p. m.,on Friday, April 23 at James M. Hill Theatre. Teachers will meet their students at James M. Hill student lounge at 7:00 p. m. The entire school will perform at 7:20 p. m. Kindergarten classes will perform prior to the school performance at 7:20 p.m. and should wear their cowboy costumes. The keyboard and harmonica group with Mlle Rousselle will perform at approximately 7:50 p.
Congratulations to the following students for being the top sellers for our Flower Basket Fundraiser. A big THANK YOU to all students in grade 5
who helped make this such a great success.
1st Place: Raeanne Hare - 5 Mitchell
2nd Place: Emma Septon - 5 Aubry
3rd Place: Gabrielle Schenkesl - 5 Aubry
Over the Easter week-end one of our mountain bikes went missing from our school. This particular bike is very unique - with only two or three being sold in the entire Miramichi Region. The school staff are somewhat baffled by this devlopment as there has been no sign of a break in and/or vandalism at our school. The Miramichi Police Force have been contacted regarding this matter and are investigating. The school is also offering a $ 100.00 reward for information leading to the return of this bike.
The entire school is participating in the Rotary Music Festival. You will notice that some children are performing more than once. Please refer to the schedule on the following page for our most recent update on performance times and additional information...
Costumes are required for some music festival pieces. They are as follows:
K Wilson and K/1 Brophy are to dress as cowboys and cowgirls for Tues, April 13.
Girls choir should be dressed in poodle skirts and sneakers (a la 50’s) for Wed, April 14.
All students are invited to dress as pirates for their performance on Wed, April 14.