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As a K-12 school please note that different dates apply for different grades for the first day of school.

Tuesday, September 8, 2015

·  All elementary students (K-5) will begin their new school year.

·  The grade 6 and 9 students will also come to school on Tuesday, September 8. The grade 6 students will take part in their introduction to middle school with the WEB program and grade 9 students will take part in Grade 9 orientation to high school.

Here is the link for the graduation pictures taken at the graduation.
https://picasaweb.google.com/111595971802582793402/BlackvilleGraduationJune182015?feat=directlink

Both grade 5 and 8 students at Blackville School attended separate banquets on June 9 and 11 respectively.

The grade 5 students were celebrating their completion of upper elementary, while the grade 8 students were recognized for their completion of middle school.

The elementary and middle school staff thanked everyone for coming and also thanked high school students from next year's graduation class who served the meal.

Special thanks also went to Andrea Donahue for decorating the cafeteria for the event and the elaborate balloon decorations were made by Annie Simoneau, mother of Grade 5 student Kendra Simoneau.
See the link below for pictures from both banquets:
Grade 5 pictures:

Miramichi Chamber of Commerce Scholarship - $1000 - Riley Sherrard

The Elementary Awards Ceremony will be held on Tuesday, June 16, 2015 at 9:30 a.m. in the gymnasium.

It's the Run, Jump, Throw (RJT) Regional meet (which is replacing the former Hershey meet).  It is open to anyone, free for those who participated in the RJT 12 Challenges, and $5 for all others.    

 From this meet, the top 8 in each event will qualify to go to the provincial RJT meet, on July 11th in Moncton, and from there, may be selected to be on Team NB for the Atlantic RJT series. 

See the attached poster.

Blackville School students raised $700.00 through various fundraising initiatives for the Josie Foundation. The fundraising campaign was organized by the High School Student Council.

According to its website, the Josie Foundation "is a non-profit incorporated Foundation whose aim is to establish, receive and maintain a fund for the relief of economic hardship for individuals (families) within the Miramichi area who may be encountering financial difficulty as a result of a life threatening illness."

Miramichi Summer Hoops Camp is coming up from July 6-10 at MVHS.  See the attached registration form.

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