Staff and students had the opportunity to meet former Team Canada basketball star, Will Njoku during a school visit where he spoke about diversity, acceptance, […]
Education Week 2014 is held from April 20 to 26, offering an opportunity for the education community to recognize educators and partners for their work. The theme this year is “Active Citizenship: Get Involved, Take Action, Be the Difference.”
Students turning five years of age on or before December 31st, 2014 are eligible to begin primary in September 2014. If your child will be starting school in September, please contact the appropriate catchment area elementary school in your community for early registration during the week of January 27-31, 2014. Parents/Guardians will be required to present identification for their child with their date of birth (i.e.: birth certificate), health card number and expiry date, and proof of residence (i.e.: driver’s license, utility bill).
Earlier in December, grade 12 Park View Education Student Claire McNally presented at a professional development session for resource teachers within the SSRSB.
No stranger to adversities herself, Claire spoke about her experiences working with students with special needs and some of the strategies she has found helpful in her own education. Her presentation was not one about obstacles, but rather her story of overcoming challenges.