Posted: May 27, 2013

Is physical activity really good for you? Did you know that by increasing your physical activity you can greatly reduce your chances of getting sick? You will also be happier and healthier! Playing outside with your friends is a fun and easy way to stay physically active. Running improves your heart, lungs, flexibility and gives you more energy! Running can also help you improve in other sports. Don't forget to get at least 60 minutes of physical activity each day! Lace up your sneakers and get out there to accumulate kilometers and Go For 42.    

Posted: May 22, 2013

How do I get enough energy to be physically active?   Did you know that it is important to energize yourself by eating well before you play sports or going for a run?   Carbohydrates are the most important type of nutrient that kids need for energy before a game. You can get these by eating fruits, vegetables, grains such as pasta, spaghetti or breads. Avoid foods containing high levels of sugar before a game, such as candy bars and pop.

Posted: May 21, 2013

Millerton School students recently displayed their skateboard creations and had lessons on how to ride safely and successfully. See photos at Millerton Skateboards . The Millerton program is similar to the program offered earlier this year in Blackville. For more information on the program see Blackville Skateboards . The Millerton program also involved two students from Harkins Middle School.

Posted: May 17, 2013

Mango mania is back again this month with Go for 42. For the next 5 weeks there will be posts on the website fivinig you information about being physically active, nourishing your body to enable it to keep active and encouraging students to particiate in the Go for 42 challenge at school. Won't you join us for the Mango Kids Fun Run on Sunday June 23rd at the Lindon Recreation Center, Miramichi?   Did you know that being physically active for at least 60 minutes a day will: Help you grow stronger, improve your health and fitness, and Help you to do better in school.

Posted: May 16, 2013

The students and staff want to Thank all the people who sent in books for our project! We now have a bigger, better variety!   REMEMBER : READERS ARE LEADERS!      

Posted: May 16, 2013

Congratulations to our Drama club for winning the following awards at Drama Festival Davey Wilson for Outstanding Actor Ben Turcotte for Outstanding Supporting Actor The Company for Special Adjudicator's Mention for Comedic Business The Company for Special Adjudicator's Mention for Accent Works   Congratulations to all the students for all their hard work! A HUGE Thank You to Mrs. Underhill for all the time and effort she put forward helping the students become Stars!  

Posted: May 9, 2013

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.

Posted: May 6, 2013

The Scholastic Book Fair was a huge success! Thanks to Helen Wilson for Chairing this event for us and all the volunteers who helped work it!

Posted: May 6, 2013

We have decided to extend our Fund Raiser till May 29 2013, instead of May 22, as previously stated in the newsletter. There is alot going on here at Millerton school and some classes are away between now and the 22nd, so therefore it gives all students a fair chance for the Ice Cream party! Good Luck to all Classes!

Posted: May 6, 2013

The grade 5 Intensive French trip will be on Wednesday May 15th - May 17th, The students will be travelling to Snyder Mountain to participate in horseback riding, canoeing, zip lining, hayrides and many other fun activities. This trip will allow them to practice their French Oral skills.


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