All SSRSB schools are closed today due to expected snow and freezing rain. Grades P-9 marking day will be moved ahead by a day. The board office and all work sites are open and will be monitored throughout the day.
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 […]
The Black Educators Association (BEA) encourages African Nova Scotians to apply for its 2018-19 BEA bursary. The mission of the BEA is to monitor and ensure the development of an equitable education system so that African Nova Scotians are able to achieve their maximum potential. BEA is also teaming up with Dalhousie University to a […]
What are our kids seeing, doing, saying and thinking about technology and social media? Are they safe? How is it affecting their identities and their relationships? And how can we, as parents and caring adults help them use technology effectively to connect, learn, think critically and be responsible digital citizens. Many kids in general and […]
We’re looking for casual bus drivers! If you have a valid driver’s license (class 2B Bus driver’s license with air brake endorsement required before beginning employment), have strong driving skills, can lift up to 50 lbs, and are committed to safety and service, consider applying to become a casual bus driver. For more information and to […]
The South Shore Regional School Board is proud to announce the following schools will be introducing the provincial Pre Primary Program in September 2018. This marks the second phase of roll outs across the province. Aspotogan Consolidated Elementary School Bayview Community School Dr. John C. Wickwire Academy Hebbville Academy New Ross Consolidated School Newcombville Elementary […]