It was a festive evening of music and song when the band and choirs of Blackville School held their Christmas performance on Monday, December 14.
Friday, December 18, 2009
Monday, December 14, 2009
It was "After Hours in the North Pole" on Friday, December 11 when the high school students at Blackville School held their Christmas Formal.
The Middle School students also held a formal. Their formal was on Friday, December 4.
Monday, December 7, 2009
The High School Drama Club presented a Christmas Dinner Theatre on Saturday, December 5. About 100 people attended, and they enjoyed four short Christmas comedies and a spaghetti dinner with garlic bread, caesar salad and strawberry shortcake for dessert. The four short comedies, that included gnomes competing with elves and Santa on a low carb diet, are called The Most Amazing Christmas Play Series in the Entire History of the World by Don Zolidis. The spaghetti dinner and dessert was prepared by the Culinary 110 class.
Photos by Cindy Hayes
Young Grandpa (Junior V.) is not too keen on Abraham Lincoln's (Josie C.-in back) solution to cut him in half. To the left is Nicole D. playing young grandpa's mother, Posh Spice and to the right is Kylie C. as young grandma.
Garden gnomes Ralph (l) played by Melita U. and Blinky (r) played by Debora G. are not happy with the reception they receive from Santa's elves Whipple (l) played by Melissa U. and Noggin (r) played by Morgan C. Santa is played by Michael M.
Friday, November 27, 2009
Blackville School students and staff along with the community of Blackville were out to show support and celebrate as the Olympic Torch made its way from Fredericton to Miramichi on Friday morning, November 27. Below are some photos from the relay through Blackville. Meanwhile, the Blackville School Choir traveled to James M. Hill to participate in the Miramichi Community Celebration of the Olympic Torch Relay.
Photos by Stephanie Colford, Dolan Brophy, Breanna Vickers, and Leigh Flett
Tuesday, November 24, 2009
The Grades 7/8F and 8M students are filling shoeboxes to be sent to needy children around the world. They are doing this for a section on being active citizens in their Social Studies program. The boxes will be sent to either a boy or girl from ages 2-14 years old; these children may be affected by war, poverty and/or natural disasters. The boxes contain items like crayons, paper, toothbrushes, small toys and wrapped candy. They are planning to continue the project next year and hope to increase the number of boxes.
Wednesday, November 11, 2009
The students and staff of Blackville School held a Remembrance Day ceremony on Tuesday, November 10. Local veterans and other community members attended the ceremony. After the ceremony, the veterans and other guests were invited to a luncheon which was hosted by the Culinary class.
In photos above: Amber Walls lays a wreath for one of the Kindergarten classes. Grade 11 student Alora Brophy serves veterans and other community members at the luncheon held after the Remembrance Day Ceremony.
Photos by Dolan Brophy
Thursday, November 5, 2009
The grade nine students participated in the “Take Our Kids to Work Day.” The students spent the day in various workplaces in Blackville and other parts of Miramichi. Some of the workplaces included daycares, grocery stores, restaurants and even a recycling facility. The “Take our Kid to Work Day” is an annual event for grade 9 students. Shown in the photo is Grade 9 student Nicole Sullivan who worked at Pai-Can Recycling in Blackville.
Photos by Dolan Brophy
Thursday, October 29, 2009
Blackville High School Student Council President Mitchell Donahue receives the H1N1 influenza vaccine from Michelle Watling of Horizon Health Network. Students at Blackville School received their immunizations on Wednesday, October 28. The vaccine is being provided free of charge by the Government of New Brunswick for anyone aged six months and older.