by: Mr. Lahaie
March 7. 2014. by: Mr. Lahaie
Trishten is 2-1, and Eugene/Kesean 2-1 after day 1 of badminton round robin play @ Manitoba Games. Grand rapids/Misipawistik Cree Nation kids rock!
March 5, 2014. by: Mr. Lahaie
Trishten Turner, Kesean Bradburn, and Eugene Kakewash. You made it. Have fun and make the most awesome memories ever. We are so proud of you three.
The trio is participating in the 2014 Manitoba Games representing Grand Rapids and Misipawistik Cree Nation.
March 3, 2014. by: Mr. Lahaie
Badminton season has arrived. See the online calendar for all possible events we could participate in, like The Pas, Flin Flon, Thompson, Norway House, Leaf Rapids, Brandon, and Winnipeg.
February, 24, 2014. by: Mr. Lahaie
For all concerned, here is the schedule for transportation to the 2014 Manitoba Games (Trishten Turner, Eugene Kakewash, and Kesean Bradburn). They will miss 3 days of school.
In a nutshell, the students are participating in Phase 2 of the Games, which means they will travel to Morden March 5th, 2014 @ 9:15 AM from the Pelican.
See Mr. Lahaie if you have any questions or comments.
February 22, 2014. by: Mrs. Pranteau
2014 MINUTES OF READING
The Classroom Door Decorations Winners are the Grade Eights - Mrs. Tugade`s classroom. They won $30.00 free books from the book fair. Mrs. Tugade also won $25.00 free books for her personal minutes of reading for staff. The Door Prize winner is Austin John Ferland - $25.00 free books for himself and $25.00 free books for his classroom - Ms. Brenda Stoneman. Mr. Chopeck`s classroom won the most minutes of reading at 6400 minutes. They won $25.00 in free books for their classroom. The student with the most minutes of reading at 1350 minutes is Kendal Chartier who won $25.00 in free books. Thank you to all the staff and students that participated in this great event. You are all winners.
February 21, 2014 by: Annie Ballantyne
Congratulations to Mrs. Pranteau for a successful book fair thanks to your support.
February 11, 2014. by: Mr. Lahaie
The athletes participating in the 2014 Indigenous games in Regina this summer need to fundraise 1200 dollars each (3,600 dollars total) to be able to participate; and the athletes participating in the 2014 Manitoba Games need to fundraise 150 dollars each (450 dollars total). As a school and community, can we help them financially? If you have any ideas or if you want to help, see Mr. Lahaie ASAP since they need this money very soon.
January 19, 2014. by: Mr. Lahaie
Trishten Turner, Kesean Bradburn, and Eugene Kakewash will represent Grand Rapids this March (8-12) at the 2014 Manitoba Games hosted by the city of Winkler, Manitoba. They are part of the Northern Manitoba (Norman) Badminton Team. They will compete against 5 other Manitoba regions. Go Wolverines!
January 17, 2014. by: Mr. Lahaie
Tori Lavallee, Shelby Beardy, and Eugene Kakewash will represent Grand Rapids this summer at the 2014 North American Indigenous Games hosted by the city of Regina, Saskatchewan. They are part of the Manitoba Badminton Team. They will compete against North American players from Canada and the United States of America. Brenden Bighetty and Trishten Turner are on the short list which means they participate if another player can`t make it. Go Wolverines!
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