Students from six South Shore Regional School Board schools attended the first Atlantic We Day in Halifax on Wednesday, November 27. Over 8000 students from across the province attended! The event is part of the Me to We movement, founded by brothers Craig and Marc Kielburger. Learn more at metowe.com
November is shaping up to be a month of celebrations and awards in South Shore Regional School Board Schools!
Michelle Longley, a grade 7 English teacher at Chester Area Middle School was selected by the NSTU as part of their "Teachers Who Make a Difference" initiative. Students from across the province are encouraged to nominate a teacher who has made a big difference in their lives, and contributed to their school community. There were 238 teachers nominated! In honour of Ms. Longley, Chester Area Middle School will receive $300 towards their school breakfast program. Congratulations, Michelle!
Adina Brewer, a grade 5 student at New Germany Elementary School submitted a poster to the National Child Day Poster Contest through the NS Office of the Ombudsman and was selected for her grade level. The theme this year was "Our Time to be Heard." The winning submissions were selected by the Child and Youth Worker Diploma Program students at the NSCC Truro Campus. Congratulations, Adina!
As part of anti-bullying week at Bridgewater Junior Senior High School and Bridgewater Elementary, the students from both schools came together to form a giant peace sign! Good work!
At the Annual General Meeting of the South Shore Regional School Board, Jennifer Naugler, Board Chair, presented her annual report. Click here to download the document.
Geoff Cainen, Superintendent of Schools, presented his Report to the Community. Click here to download the document.