In the spring a book Fair was held at the Millerton school.. The event was well supported by the students and the community. As a result the library received a credit for new books from scholastic for $754.25. This amount would in effect double the budget that the library would have for new books.. This would not have been possible without the hard work and dedication of our Librarian Lynn Allison... Way to go Lynn, a big thank you from the students at Millerton Community School.
The Millerton School Hosted a Heritage Fair on Tuesday June 8 2010. The Fair showcased Student projects on Local Historical places and Events. The displays ranged from books prepared by the students to artifacts from the local community. Many of the students and staff dressed in period costumes.and the evening was enhanced with music from the grade seven and grade five music classes.
Fast Break Basketball Camp - A fun and exciting week of basketball. This is for players who want to develop their game and compete at a high level.
When: August 16-20th, 2010
Where: Millerton School
4711 Route 108 Derby, NB
Who: Boys and Girls ages 7-14
What: A fun and exciting week of basketball. For players who want to develop their game and compete at a high level. (See Daily Schedule attached.)
Cost: $125.00 for the Camp
$25.00 deposit due before July 31/2010
Family Rates available
The students at the Millerton school took part in their annual Jump Rope for Heart. Mr Ryder organized the events and all of the students were took part in activities in the gym, for on Friday May 14th. The school is a strong contributor to this fund.
Millerton school had a number of winners in the annual Salmon Association writing and art contest.
In the art contest
Grade 3 1st place Hyun Seon Park
Grade 4 3rd place Caleb Keenan
Grade 5 1st place Mitchell Sutherland
Grade 6 1st place Brittany Mullin
Grade 8 3rd place Christina Hubbard
In the writing contest
Grade 4-6 2nd place Oliver Nowlan
In the printing contest
Grade 1 3rd place Jordon Jardine
The school is proud of everyone who entered the contest and we want to congratulate out winners.
Katelynn Lynch, a grade eight student at Millerton Community school has advanced to the regional level of the Maritime idol competition. We ask that you support Katelynn in her quest to be Maritime idol. If you wish to support Katelynn goto http://www.maritimeidol.com / and vote for the regional winners. Follow this link to watch Katelynn on Youtube. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O6vy5fa9-a8
Way to go Katelynn.
Perfect AttendanceOur Kindergarten class had an amazing month. The entire class had perfect attendance. January is a hard month on attendance; colds and flus can make it hard for a student to come to school everyday, That is why it is so special when an entire class is able to achieve this. Way to go Kindergarten.
Students will be bringing home a letter that outlines the latest news on the vaccine program for the H1N1 Flu. A copy of the letter is also available on the document page of this website. If you have any further concerns regarding the school based vaccination program please do not hesitate to contact the school and we will do our best to answer your questions.
The Middle School Soccer team kept their undefeated season alive at the 2009 Jamboree. They defeated Tabusintac in the semi-final 5-3 on their way to the final against Burnt Church. The Bears jumped out to an early lead and never looked back against Tabusintac keeping a two goal advantage throughout the duration of the match. Millerton continued their winning ways with a convincing 6-3 victory over Burnt Church in the final. The squad jumped out to a three goal lead early in the first half but were challenged in the second half surrendering a couple of quick strikes. The Bears were abl
The Millerton School will have a Remembrance Service on Monday November the 9th at 8:45. The service will take place in the cafeteria and feature Musical selections from our Band and Elementary Choir. The service will celebrate and honour the Brave Canadians who have served our country during times of war and peace. We are pleased to share this celebration with both our community veterans and peace keepers.