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Gold River PowWow September 8th, 9th 10th
Description of what to expect: Sept. 8-10 Acadia First Nation will host their annual pow wow, there will be lots of dancers, big drums, vendors and food. The three day celebration will show our Mi kmaq culture and traditions as we pass them down to our young people. Our three day pow wow will begin Friday [ ]
Starting this school year, September 7, 2017
Route 216 Lisa Tanner will be picking up BES and BJHS students 20 minutes earlier than last year. The new pick-up times are: 216 North St: 7:30 am 101 Sherbrooke Ave: 7:33 am 2 Sherbrooke Ave: 7:34 am 120 Haven Dr: 7:35 am 169 Hollingsworh Dr: 7:39 am 1415 King St: 7:54 am 212 St [ ]
Pre-primary Program registration
The Pre-primary Program is a provincial program offering a play-based learning environment for four-year-old children to help them transition more easily into school. Families who would like to enroll their children in a Pre-primary Program at Chester District School or West Northfield Elementary School should contact the Pre-primary Program Facilitator, Gillian Kiely at 902-521-3203 or [ ]
Petite Rivière Elementary School is a prize winner!
This year, Petite Rivière Elementary School participated in the 2017 Plastic Bag Grab challenge along with 541 schools from across Canada. In total, 2,339,717 plastic bags were collected for recycling. By collecting 2096 bags, Petite Rivière Elementary School diverted 16.8 kilograms of plastic from landfills and waterways. The plastic bags will be recycled domestically into [ ]
On June 21, celebrate the heritage, diverse cultures and outstanding achievements of First Nations, Inuit and Métis!
What is National Aboriginal Day? June 21 is National Aboriginal Day. This is a day for all Canadians to recognize and celebrate the unique heritage, diverse cultures and outstanding contributions of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. The Canadian Constitution recognizes these three groups as Aboriginal peoples, also known as Indigenous Peoples. Although these groups [ ]
Pending Changes in Mandatory Credits to Graduate from Nova Scotia High Schools
The Education Action Plan includes several changes to the mandatory credits for high school graduation. These changes will have future implications for high school offerings and for student course selection. Please share the information below and ensure that the information is communicated to students and parents. Click here for more information from the Department of [ ]