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 Provincial School Code of Conduct Focus Group

A Parent Focus Group relating to the Provincial School Code of Conduct and Guidelines 
will be held from 6-7pm on Tuesday, April 22nd, 2014 at the Staff Development Centre, 33 
Napolean Street, North Sydney. Kathleen Richard and Rick Tully, staff from the Department 
of Education and Early Childhood Development, will co-facilitate the focus group session.

Thank you,
Cathy Boudreau


 Coming Events
  18:00 - 20:00
Parent-Teacher Sessions 6 to 8 PM
  9:00
Staff Professional Development 9 to 12 AM
  25th Apr
Parent-Teacher Sessions 12:30 PM to 2:30 PM
  19th May
Victoria Day
  7th Jun
Grand March and Prom
  26th Jun
Graduation Exercises
  27th Jun
Grading and Classifying Day
  30th Jun
Last Teaching Day of School year

 Report Card Survey

Online Report Card Survey Launched

Education and Early Childhood Development

March 21, 2014 11:12 AM

A committee aimed at ensuring that report cards are meeting the needs of students and their families wants to hear from parents, students, principals and teachers. 

The Department of Education and Early Childhood Development wants input on what is working well and areas for improvement with provincial report cards.

The committee, which includes students, parents, teachers, principals, and school board staff, launched a survey today, March 21, at http://www.ednet.ns.ca/reportcardreview . 

"It is important that parents, guardians and students are getting constructive feedback that helps them know where a student is in their learning and how they can do better," said Education and Early Childhood Development Minister Karen Casey.

"I want report cards that are clear, helpful and accessible for all parents and students and that is why we are looking at how report cards are structured, and their content." 

The committee will use the survey to identify what is working and what can be improved in order to provide clear information to students and families, and to support teachers in maximizing the learning and achievement of all students. 

The committee is expected to report to the minister on April 30.

"We need to ensure that report cards are an important and valuable tool in the overall learning process that will help our children succeed," said Ms. Casey.

Suggestions and feedback will be accepted until April 11.





Media Contact: Michelle Lucas
              902-424-8307
              Cell: 902-222-1784
              E-mail: lucasml@gov.ns.ca

 NSSAF Girls Basketball Championships 2013-2014

NSSAF Girls Basketball Championships

2013-2014

February 27 -March 1, 2014

 

Classification:  Division 1 Girls       

Host: Memorial High School, 300 Memorial Drive, Sydney Mines, B1V 2Y5

Contacts: Tanya Miller – whalen-miller@hotmail.com         

Chris MacInnis – chrismac@staff.ednet.ns.ca

Phone: 736-6233, Fax: 736-3895      

 

 *****  Congratulations to Citadel High on their Championship Win. *****

Special Thanks to all the Organizers, Volunteers, Coaches, Parents/Guardians and Players for facilitating this great tournament.


 Vocational Programs

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 Nova Scotia International Student Program.
Nova Scotia International Student Program (click for flyer)

If you or someone you know would be interested in taking part in the NSISP by hosting an international student, please contact Tammy Sampson at 577-0349. Host families are expected to treat their student like one of the family. All families and students receive a handbook of guidelines for a successful homestay experience. Families are encouraged to become Nova Scotia ambassadors by providing opportunities for tours of the local area, shopping trips, cultural experiences, and sports and recreational activities. The families are provided with a monthly stipend to compensate for the student’s basic accommodations.

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 Looking Inward
Looking Inward Newsletter

Cape Breton-Victoria Regional School Board continues to meet its community consultation commitments as it gathers input needed to better decide on the future of facilities within its jurisdiction. Theses efforts are the result of the school board’s strategic plan released in 2012 and planning document Looking Inward: a Planning Framework for long-term facility provision and system sustainability in a time of changing demographics (2013). Please refer to the right hand column, as we are pleased to share our next steps and provide a brief summary of completed efforts and outcomes

Please visit the link below to participate in a survey regarding grade level configuration:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/GK2BYWF


We value and appreciate your input.


For More Information:

Cape Breton-Victoria Regional School Board
275 George Street
Sydney, Nova Scotia
B1P1J7
Attn: Michelle MacLeod

Email: lookinginward@cbvrsb.ca
Facebook: Cape Breton Victoria Regional School Board
Twitter: @CBVRSB


Upcoming:

September – November

• Focus group sessions
• Public consultation sessions
• Surveys

Completed

10 community information sessions
• Briefings for Principals
• Cape Breton Regional Municipality briefing
• Briefing with the unions
• News Conference
• Ongoing School Board briefings
• Created online communities using Facebook and Twitter

Outcomes

Additional scenarios were added to our list of 27
• Open and honest discussions in our communities
• Increased sharing of information and regular communication





 Cell Phone and Electronic Device Policy (Revised):

Cell phones and electronic recordable devices are not to be used within the school. Before entering the building, all cell phones and electronic devices are to be powered down and put in backpacks, lockers or out of view and shall not be accessible to students.

If staff members see any of these items, they will take it from the student and pass it in to the office for safekeeping. A parent/guardian must come to pick up the device. It is the student's responsibility to inform you of this infraction.

Shoud misuse continue to subsequent offences, the issue will be dealt with as a discipline matter.

Thank you for your co-operation.

School Administration


 Standards of Dress

Students are required to dress in a dignified and appropriate manner. In general, clothing must be modest.

  • hiking or walking shorts are allowed
  • skirts or shorts must be at least mid-thigh in length
  • t-shirts and blouses must provide adequate coverage
  • low rider jeans must be appropriate in rise
  • undergarments must be worn at all times

Not Allowed

  • tube tops, tank tops, spaghetti-straps, mini skirts, PJ pants
  • clothing that implies or suggests violence
  • clothing with obscene language or pictures
  • caps and hats are not permitted in classrooms

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 Parent Portal
Parent Portal
There is now a Parent Portal available to parents who wish to check on the attendance and marks of their student(s). It is available here. This can be set up by contacting Charmaine Cox through her email (charmainecox@staff.ednet.ns.ca)

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 The Coast 89.7 Student Radio Show
The Coast 89.7 FM is starting a student based radio program expected to air weekly. The show would focus on issues, news, sports, and other ongoing activities that affect the lives of students directly outside and inside of schools. This would be great for practicing speech, writing and communication skills. It would also be a great way for you to publish and promote your school and activities.

 Parents As Career Coaches

Parents are the single greatest influence on their child's education and career decisions.

  • engage in productive career discussions with your teenager
  • better understand today's labour market and the skills today's youth need to succeed
  • access career websites and other resources to explore education and work options
  • help your child develop their resume and connect them with valuable work experience

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