The SSRSB supports Orange Shirt Day because EVERY CHILD MATTERS – We wear orange today – Friday, Sept. 29 – in honour of the more than 150,000 First Nations, Inuit and Metis children who were taken from their homes to attend residential schools from 1870 and 1996 to assimilate Indigenous children into mainstream culture. Children […]
Students – If you are 16 or older, have Canadian citizenship, and have completed Grade 10, the School Board and the Army Reserves are proud to announce you can now receive credit for one course if you complete paid Army Reserves Basic Training over 10 weekends in the school year. This Saturday, Sept. 30, every […]
Join Learning Disabilities Services staff for an interactive information session about executive functions and strategies that can help support students with learning disabilities with their school work. Executive Functioning and Learning Disabilities Supports Bridgewater Junior High School Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Today marked the first day of pre-primary for many four-year-old children on the South Shore. Both children and parents were all smiles as the children took to the various play-based learning centres in the room. These children at Chester District Elementary School were eager to start learning!
You could win $500! The 2017 School Bus Safety Awareness Campaign runs from Oct. 16-20. More than 90,000 children rely on a school bus to safely transport them to and from school every day in Nova Scotia. School bus safety is an issue that requires ongoing attention. There is a high rate of drivers who illegally pass school […]