Posted: November 8, 2016


Dear Parents/Guardians: The Choir will be wearing dress shirts, that were purchased by our home and school, for our Remembrance Day service.  The girls will wear red or white and the boys will wear black.  These shirts will remain at school and used only during performances.  We ask that your child wear black pants or skirt.  Black leggings only if there is a black skirt to go over it. 

Thank you.

Posted: October 11, 2016

Our Committee is entering the Canada-wide Aviva Community Fund Contest, hoping to win $100 000 towards our new Playground!


Posted: September 30, 2016

After some tough losses and cold games Ian Baille finally managed to come out on top when they played against Nelson on Thursday night.  We had lots of players so we some chances to sit out and rest up our legs in between shifts.  The warm weather also helped us (and our cheerleading parents).  Good luck to the team next week!  Check out pics from the game here.

Posted: September 26, 2016

The Pumpkin Fling was a huge success!  Our Trebuchet Team did an amazing job and so many students came out to support and cheer for them!  Check out all the pictures on the STEM North Web page! 

Posted: September 22, 2016

The first cross country meet at Saint Andrews was a huge success.  We had a great turnout and our atheletes did a great job representing our school. 

Grade 3 - (Girls) Miley 19th  Reese 25th (Boys) Jack 11th, Caleb 20th, Aiden 31st

Grade 4 - (Girls) Erica 23rd (Boys) Jackson 9th

Grade 5 - (Girls) Ava 8th, Dakota 15th, Courtney 31st (Boys) Jayden 41st

Posted: September 20, 2016

Napan edged out the visiting Ian Baillie team this evening.  The final score was 4 to 3.  Check out photos from tonight's game on the main page.  Both teams played hard and represented their schools well.  Good luck to our Ian Baillie team on Thursday when they head out to face the Miramichi Rural Sharks! 

Posted: September 9, 2016


Posted: April 7, 2016

Posted: April 7, 2016

Congratulations to all the students who particapted in the Ian Baillie STEM Fair!  We had 50 projects submitted by 66 students from Kindergarten to Grade 4.  All of the projects were amazing and the work was very evident.  A special thank you to all the volunteers who helped to judge the projects this year as each project presented to 2 judges (or more).  The following students have been asked to represent our school next week at Nelson Rural from 12pm-4pm.

Grade 4 - Ava Davis

Posted: March 24, 2016

The Easter Weekend is a great time to get your STEM Fair Projects completed!   Check on the IBP STEM Fair Documents for more instructions.  April 7th is coming quickly, so dont leave it until the last minute! 


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