Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Regionals Loss

The senior boys soccer team had a heartbreaking loss this Saturday against MF Richard, losing 3-1. The boys fought a hard battle but ended up falling short.

Players who will be graduating this year are: Peyton Gillespie, Devon Underhill, Garett Donohue, Denver Donovan and Ethan Whalen.
The only goal for the boys was from Denver Donovan on a plenty kick.

Thursday, October 25, 2018

Eagle's Scream for October 26

Hosts Christopher Underhill and Kel Vickers share news and sports updates from Blackville School. Heard every Friday on Life Radio.

Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Athletes of the Month for October

Middle School Girls

For the month of October, Abigail McEvoy is our middle school girls athlete of the month. She always runs super hard, even though they do not have barely any substitutes, and no matter how tired she is, you can tell she's giving 100 percent!


Middle School Boys

River Stewart was chosen as the middle school boys athlete of the month. Dedication is his name; he always comes to the field to play. He plays his hardest every game and makes every shot worth it!

Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Zone Winners! Senior Boys Soccer

This past weekend was a roller coaster of events for both senior boys and girls soccer! The girls in a must win game put an amazing effort forward trying to advance to regionals.

Sadly, they fell short losing in a shoot out after a double overtime! They really gave it their all. The final score was 1-0 for Stanley.

The senior boys also had a must win game on Saturday against Dalhousie. The boys secured their spot in regionals winning 2-1.

Scoring for the boys was Ethan Whalen with both goals. The boys will play again Saturday to see if they move onto Provincials. Good luck, boys.

Friday, October 19, 2018

Viewpoint: Weird Food Experiences

Chloe Furlong is this Week's Bucket Filler

Chloe Furlong is the bucket filler for this week. She was chosen because of her kindness to other students, and always having a positive attitude and the selflessness she displays towards others.

Chloe Furlong is in Mrs. Duffy's Grade 4 class.

Eagle's Scream for October 19

Hosts Christopher Underhill and Kel Vickers share news and sports updates from Blackville School. Heard each Friday on Life Radio.

Reflection on Student Leadership Conference

  Cassidy Coughlan (Spirit Leader), Chloe Donovan (President)
and Emma Sturgeon (Secretary) in Jasper, Alberta on the crest of
the Whistler Mountains after riding 2270 meters up on the Skytram.
The three students attended the Canadian Leadership Conference
in Edmonton, Alberta in September. 
I've had the fortunate honour of getting the chance to attend the Canadian Student Leadership Conference in Edmonton, Alberta this September, and let me tell you it was truly an eye opening and life changing experience.

I met so many new people and I saw some of the most miraculous sights I have ever seen, such as the rocky mountains 2270 meters in the air and also the township of Jasper, one of the most comforting and welcoming places I have been. 

These are only two of the amazing things I got the chance to see in Alberta, but there were so many more that I hope you get to see yourself because only seeing the sight for yourself would do the justice.

Thursday, October 18, 2018

Senior Boys Soccer Action

Yesterday sports action saw the senior boys soccer team destroy CNBA 6-0. The boys came out to play in their last regular season home game. 

Scoring for the boys were, Garett Donohue with 3, Peyton Gillespie with 2, and Devon Underhill with 1. Way to go, boys!

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

An Interview with Dancers Abby and Anna

Losses and Wins in Recent Soccer Action

Last night saw the girls fought a hard 90 minutes but sadly fell to NSER losing 2-1. Scoring for the girls was Laura Colford on an amazing penalty kick!

Also in the news last night the middle school boys beat Dr. Losier 5-0. Scoring for the boys were, Austin McCormack with 2, Roman Stewart, Jackson Jardine, and Brayden Duffy all with 1 each.

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Creating Ripple Effects at Blackville School

Environmental Science Students
Patrick Donovan and Cody Maillet
Many students are likely familiar with the excessively large water bottles that used to stand in our hallways. These were used to collect bottles and other recyclable deposits. This is similar to the project the students in Mr. Hallihan’s Environmental Science class is undertaking.

Students must collect a certain sum of "eco-points" in the class. These are awarded for contributing something meaningful to the environment. To collect their class points, some students have decided to help clean up the community of Blackville.

This is meaningful for many reasons, as it is not only a way to ensure lots of "eco-points," but also improve the appearance of our community and clean up the environment. The money earned from the bottles and cans found in the ditches will also contribute to other Environmental Science class projects.

Monday, October 15, 2018

Elementary Soccer Teams Share Victories

Both elementary soccer teams emerged victorious from the District Jamboree.

The gold team first suffered a loss to Miramichi Rural, with a score of 4-0. They defeated Nelson 6-1 with J.P. McCormack scored 3 goals, and Dalas Curtis, Kolton Collins and Thomas Hallihan had 1 each. Finally they defeated Millerton 2-1 with J.P. McCormack and Milia Hallihan scoring the 2 goals.

The blue team first played Nelson, tied them 4-4. Jace Jardine scored 3 goals, and Garland Manderville scored 1. They then went on to defeat Eel Ground 8-0. Shamus Gunter scored 3 goals, Jace Jardine scored 2, Samuel Brennan and Nate Hallihan had 1 each. Lastly, they played the other Nelson team, succeeding with a score of 7-0. Shamus Gunter and Garland Manderville with 2 each, Allison Manderville, Nick and Nate Hallihan had 1 each. 

Article by Piper Duffy

Thursday, October 11, 2018

Walkathon Efforts Celebrated with Prizes and Pies

Last Friday, two lucky students were given the rare chance to sweeten the appearance of Blackville School's Principal and Vice Principal.

Grade 7 student Stephen Brophy and Grade 3 Ellie Jardine were drawn to be the fortuitous holders of a pan filled with whipped cream. This fluffy weapon was launched into the awaiting faces of Mrs. Moody and Mr. Buggie. 

The humorous event was held in celebration of the efforts of those who raised money for a recent fundraising Walkathon.

Grade 2 student Hannah Hallihan raised the most money, and second place was a tie between kindergarten student Cameron Innes and grade 4 student Keenan Underhill.

Over $5500.00 was raised for Student Council initiatives. To see more photos from this event, click here.

Article by Julia Curtis
Photos by Maggie Jardine and Cassidy Coughlan

Senior Girls Game

Last night we saw the girls in a must win game dominate the field and pull a fantastic win over NSER.

 They needed a win to secure their spot in regionals, and they sure came out to play last night, beating the girls 4-0. Scoring for the girls were, Tori-Sullivan with 3 goals, and Reese Urquhart with 1.

The girls were so pumped with their win last night that they celebrated after the game by going out for supper with some of the players.

Eagle's Scream for October 12

Hosts Christopher Underhill and Kel Vickers share news and sports updates from Blackville School. Heard each Friday on Life Radio.

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

An Interview with Coach Sturgeon

Sports Update

The senior girls won one of their two games on Saturday. On the first encounter, the girls suffered a tough loss to Dalhousie. On the second, gave their all, resulting in a tie to Sugarloaf. Scoring for the girls were Piper Duffy and Courtney Donahue.

The Senior boys soccer game against NSER ended in victory, winning 7-2. Scoring for the boys were, Preston Gillespie with three, Drake Donovan, Garett Donohue and Macaully Gillespie with 1 each.

Thanksgiving Colouring Contest

Last week the elementary students participated in a Thanksgiving colouring contest. Although everyone did a great job, there were some winners from each grade who received prizes. The winners are:

  Patience Gallan in Mrs.Waugh's Kindergarten class            

Riley Kern in Ms. Hachey's Grade 1 class

                                        Kate Sturgeon in Mrs. J Hallihan's Grade 2 class

Friday, October 5, 2018

Thursday, October 4, 2018

Sports Update

Senior boys soccer fell to MVHS on Wednesday with a score of 3-2, the boys put their best effort forward! The boys defeated Stanley by a score of 2-1, scoring for the boys were Peyton Gillespie, and his brother Preston Gillespie.

Senior girls had a sweet victory over Baie-Sainte-Anne 3-0, scoring for the girls were, Tori Lee Sullivan, Laura Colford, and Reese Urquhart. Way to go girls! The girls face off against Dalhousie Saturday at 11:00 am and will be going with a double header against Sugarloaf at 2:00 pm.

Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Elementary Rival Soccer Game this Thursday

Blackville Gold vs Blackville Blue is all the talk this week at Blackville school, the biggest game of their elementary careers! 

They will be friends before the game and friends after the game but during the game they will be, ruthless rivals doing anything to win. 

Everyone come out and support your Eagles in this riveting match. This will take place Thursday at 3:30 pm.   

Viewpoint: Nutrition Policy

Students share their thoughts on changes to the nutrition policy (Healthier School Food Environment) which applies stronger guidelines on what foods are permitted for breakfast programs, special school events and fundraisers. 

Please Note: Since the policy went into effect, the government has indicated there will be a transition period, and the policy will not affect fundraisers and special school events.