South Shore Regional School Board

Annual General Meeting - Wednesday, November 2, 2016 at 6:30 p.m. in the SSRSB board room


LD Services Information Night

LD Services is offering information nights about transitioning from high school to post-secondary education for students with a diagnosed LD in grades 11 & 12. Transitioning from High School to a Post Secondary Institution: University & College This session will help guide you and your child through the process of moving from high school to […]

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Autism Advocacy

On October 13, 2016 QCCR interviewed Cheryl Rafuse and Debbie Wamboldt of Spectrum Queens County about what is happening in Queen’s County communities regarding autism advocacy. Listen in…                        

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RESULTS: 2016 School Board Member Election

All results were confirmed to be official numbers on October 18th. SSRSB District #1 Elliott Payzant (Acclaimed) SSRSB District #2 Elizabeth Crossland – 1098 Jennifer Hayward – 1096 SSRSB District #3 Iris Charlton – 730 Michael Stewart – 1560 SSRSB District #4 Jennifer Naugler (Acclaimed) SSRSB District #5 Christian Maguire (Acclaimed) SSRSB District #6 Theresa Griffin – 1010 […]

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Find out where to vote

The school board and municipal elections are October 15. Are you ready to vote? To make things easier, we’ve compiled lists of all of the polling locations, by district.Remember, even if the municipal candidate in your area has been acclaimed, you can still vote in the school board election. The requirements to vote in the school […]

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PEERS for Young Adults

Autism Nova Scotia, South Shore Chapter Presents…   PEERS for Young Adults This is a 16-week evidence-based social skills intervention for motivated young adults (19-25 years old) who are interested in learning ways to help them make and keep friends, and to develop relationships. To register: Deadline for expression of interest: October 28, 2016 […]

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Nova Scotia Literacy Strategy – Primary to 12

In the first year of the implementation of the Nova Scotia Literacy Strategy,  SSRSB started off strong. Our SSRSB Literacy Team in made up of a Program Coordinator, an Early Literacy Lead, and two Mentors. The team began meeting in August to develop and implement professional learning opportunities for teachers.  These opportunities included Observation Survey […]

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