The South Shore Regional School Board is pleased to announce the launch of the SSRSB ROTATING ART SHOW. The main purpose of the art show is to celebrate art created in our school art programs. The SSRSB is committed to showing art made by Grade Primary to 12 students in the board offices. It is our belief that the community at large will benefit from the rotating art shows. Our guests and employees will be able to reflect upon and to admire the ideas, insights and emotions of our young people. Displays will change at Christmas break, March break and over the summer. Currently, we are displaying art work from New Germany Rural High School.
The students and staff of the Mahone Bay Alternate school participated in a field trip to Kejimkujik National Park on Thursday, September 18, 2014. This trip was planned with the expectation that students would establish an understanding of the early territories of the Mi'kmaq peoples of North America, as well as their traditions and values. The students participated in a tour led by Mi'kmaq Elder Todd Labrador. During the tour the students learned about the early history of the Mi'kmaq people. They also handled replicas of the artifacts that were discovered along the Mersey River, as well as explored the rocks where the petroglyphs were carved. A wonderful cultural experience for everyone!
(PANRT) is designed to provide knowledge and experiences related to the pursuit of the special education skills and competencies required by the province and the South Shore Regional School Board:
Limit: 25 participants with priority given to the individuals who are currently in Resource positions.
Registration: return forms to Diana Knock at the Board office (902-541-3049) fax
~ Please return registration form by October 1, 2014 ~
Click on the website address below to view Bridgewater Elementary School's Safe Routes to School Map, completed by the School Travel Plan Committee.