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!
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.
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!
Balloon Car Challenge! Ian Baillie has a challenge for you! It’s Simple… Who can make an air powered car that can drive the furthest?
Hint: Friction is a force that acts in an opposite direction to movement.
MATERIALS Every package will contain: 1 Empty water bottle 4 plastic tops 3 Popsicle sticks 2 straws 1 pipe cleaner 1 Balloon Plus… you can use/add any fasteners you like (tape, glue, nails, or screws)
During bussing hours, which are from 7:50am to 8:30am and from 1:45pm to 3:10pm (approximately), the area in front of the school entrance is for busses only. This is necessary in order to ensure the safety of the children so that they will not attempt to run between vehicles. Parents who drive their children to school or pick them up after school are asked to use the parking lot on the north side of the District Office in front of playground.