On Thursday, April 3 approximately 60 South Shore Regional School Board students filled the gymnasium at the NSCC Lunenburg Campus with their hard work and dedication. Regional Science Fair is a step towards nationals for students in grades seven to 12. Grade six students participate at the regional level, but more as a practice run […]
* NEWS Update June 4th * Due to the Hwy 208 road closure all students who live between the Ohio road and New Germany will be transported to and from school by Route 281 Anne Brydon. All Students who live between North River Rd and New Germany on Hwy 10 and Copeland Rd […]
The Government of Nova Scotia has proclaimed that the month of April is Autism Awareness month. April 2nd will be the seventh year for Annual World Autism Awareness Day in Nova Scotia!
“Autism is not limited to a single region or a country; it is a worldwide challenge that requires global action.” – Ban Ki-Moon, UN Secretary-General
Visit AutismCanada.org to participate in an online National Needs Assessment Survey, which will support the request for a National Autism Action Plan. Click HERE to access the survey.
The Governing Board Members and Senior Staff of the SSRSB have been working together to develop a multi-year strategic plan, reflective of their goals for the education on the South Shore. During the spring of 2014 we will be sharing the plan with the community for feedback. Please view the Work Plan document and submit […]
SURVEY EXTENDED TO FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 2014! Dear Families, As part of our continuing efforts to generate parent/guardian feedback, schools will be administering a Tell Them From Me (TTFM) survey for families. Some of you may be familiar with this survey as schools have had students complete them in the past. They generate valuable information […]
Julie de Lamirande, a student at Greenfield Elementary School in Queens County, placed second in a national poetry competition. Students from across Canada submitted poems about Remembrance Day for selection through their local Royal Canadian Legion. Pictured below is Julie with Tom Legere and Clifton Wamboldt of RCL Branch #87 in Caledonia. Congratulations Julie!