If you are a First Nations student enrolled in a Canadian university to study children’s health or children’s disabilities, you may be eligible to apply for a $5,000 Jordan’s Principle Scholarship. Click here for more details.
The South Shore Regional School Board (SSRSB) will not be appealing the ruling of the Nova Scotia Supreme Court that overturned its motion to close Petite Rivière Elementary School (PRES) at the end of the 2017-18 school year. As well, because the motion included Pentz Elementary School (PES), the SSRSB requested permission from the Minister […]
South Queens Middle School (SQMS) is hosting its annual French Immersion (FI) Information Session on Feb. 15 at 6:00 p.m. at SQMS. This meeting is for all current grade 5 parents/guardians and students who are interested in the FI grade 6 program for September 2018 at SQMS. A pamphlet with additional details about the program […]
Canadian School Counselling Week recognizes the contributions of the school counselling profession to the personal, social, academic and career development, as well as the mental health and well-being of all students in Canada. Canadian School Counselling Week is part of a North American focus on the school counselling profession to increase awareness of the important […]
Save the date! Saturday, June 16, 2018 is the Walk the Walk for Autism fundraiser. Get involved in this important initiative and help raise money to support our children, young adults and families. All money raised will stay on the South Shore to support the delivery of programs and resources. The Walk the Walk for […]
Please see the following links for information about early service payout for NSTU and Non-Union employees: NSTU Employees Employee letter Frequently asked questions Non-Union Employees Employee letter Frequently asked questions Questions? If you still have questions after reading the above information and the detailed information that has been sent to you, send your questions via […]