South Shore Regional School Board

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Planned Traffic Disruption at SQMS

On Thursday, November 7th, the traffic flow at the current South Queens Middle School on Waterloo Street will be interrupted between 1:30m and 2:00pm. The new School’s bus loop is getting paved, requiring buses to exit the current school from a very difficult location. Flag people will be on Waterloo street stopping traffic during that […]

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Take Me Outside Day!

Pentz Elementary participated in a scheduled hour of outside activities, along with students all over North America and around the world, as part of “Take Me Outside Day”. Students at Pentz dedicated one hour to building forts in teams made up of all grade levels. The activity encouraged team work as well as physical activity […]

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Hebbville Academy Garden

Hebbville Academy harvested their school garden and had enought delicious vegetables to make soup for all 200 people in their P-5 building! Talk about enjoying the fruits (or vegetables!) of your labour!    

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Philip Riteman visits CAMS

Chester Area Middle School students, along with grade nine New Ross Consolidated School students, had a visit from Holocaust survivor Philip Riteman. He spoke to students about his experiences during WWII and his story of coming to Canada. It was a powerful presentation, captivating students for almost two hours. Below: Grade 9 students with Mr. […]

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BJSHS to Host Astronaut David Saint-Jacques

The students at Bridgewater Junior Senior High School will not only be participating in what hopes to be the largest science lesson ever, but they will also be hosting Astronaut David Saint-Jacques to participate in the event. Canadian Space Agency (CSA) Astronaut David Saint-Jacques will join over 450 students as they attempt to set a new Guinness […]

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South Shore Schools Take a Stand

Schools across the South Shore have been acknowledging Stand Up Against Bullying Day in a variety of ways. Some schools held assemblies, took creative group photos and had classroom discussions. The second Thursday of September is Stand Up Against Bullying Day, but schools make sure this important theme lasts the entire year. It’s not just […]

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