Have you ever wondered how the decision to cancel school, or dismiss early, due to bad weather is made? Check out the SSRSB Snow Day Video, where Superintendent Geoff Cainen, along with Denise Crouse, Coordinator of Transportation, and Una Rhodenizer, Bus Driver, explains the many considerations made when making this important decision.
A special thanks to Ian Kent, Josh Wilson and Jen Parks of Queens County Adult High School for producing the video!
On Thursday, December 5, Autism Nova Scotia honoured members of the community who make a difference in the lives of families and/or individuals with autism.
At this annual holiday event, Autism Nova Scotia recognizes the work of educators across the province. Teresa Webb and Tania Amirault, both Learning Centre teachers at Dr. JC Wickwire Academy, were acknowledged for their efforts and contributions to supporting families and students with autism. Both teachers received Certificates of Appreciation.
Dignitaries, including Premier, Stephen McNeil and Minister of Education and Early Childhood Development, Karen Casey, celebrated with speeches and best wishes.
Congratulations Teresa and Tania!
Students from six South Shore Regional School Board schools attended the first Atlantic We Day in Halifax on Wednesday, November 27. Over 8000 students from across the province attended! The event is part of the Me to We movement, founded by brothers Craig and Marc Kielburger. Learn more at metowe.com
As part of anti-bullying week at Bridgewater Junior Senior High School and Bridgewater Elementary, the students from both schools came together to form a giant peace sign! Good work!