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Youth Health Centres

Over the summer months Memorial High School and Glace Bay High School Youth Health Centres will be open from 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Please phone first before going to either centre. Below are the contact numbers for the centres.

Memorial High School Youth Health Centre - 902 544-1424

Glace Bay High School Youth Health Centre - 902 842-1612

 

2018-2019 Student Council

Any Grade 9, 10, or 11 student who wishes to be a student council representative for the 2018-2019 school year are asked to email their resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Exam schedule (final)

June 2018

Friday, June 15

NS Virtual Schools

Monday, June 18

French Immersion Grade 9 FRANCAIS

Grade 12APERIOD courses

CONFLICT day

Tuesday, June 19

Grade 9 - Math

Grade 10 English Provincial

B PERIOD courses

Wednesday, June 20

Grade 9 - Social Studies

Grade 10 Math Provincial

DPERIOD courses

Thursday, June 21

Grade 9 - English

C PERIOD courses

Friday, June 22

Grade 9 - Science

10 and 11A PERIOD courses

There will be conflicts for students, please confirm with sheets posted on bulletin board across from the office and/or exam teacher.

 

GRAD Memo

 

Graduating students should review the Grad Memo for all information related to graduation activities for June 2018.

 

 

Year end dates

Service of Thanksgiving - June 24th 2:00 p.m. Lady of Fatima

Prom  - June 25th – 7:30 p.m.  -  Centre 200

Graduation Exercises - June 27th  7PM County Arena

 

New Provincial Student Attendance Policy

The provincial government has introduced a new Student Attendance and Engagement policy which will come into effect on October 1, 2017.  Please see the memo from our Superintendent for more information on the policy.  You can view the full policy here.

 

Exam Exemptions
Students have a chance to be exempt from one exam per semester if they meet certain criteria. Please review the Exam Exemption Pilot for full details.

 

Please support Riverview by participating in Boston Pizza's Operation Education.

 

News Archive - 2017-2018

Skilled Trades

The Department of Education and Early Childhood Development has announced that Riverview will open a Skilled Trade Program in September of 2019.  This commitment of a new skilled trades center will provide students two options:  1. Construction trades or 2. Transportation trades.  Students need to be aware that you can't participate in these new programs without first taking Skill Trades 10, which the school currently offers.  Students in Grades 10,11, or 12 may select this course for the 2018-2019 school year.

 

 Final Report on Inclusive Education 

The Commission on Inclusive Education has released its final report. It is available through their website or view it here.

 

Letter from Superintendent to Parents

Parents Should read the following letter from the Superintendent regarding the dissolution of the elected school boards.

  

Correspondence from Superintendent to Parents/Guardians

Please read the following memo  from the Superintendent regarding legislative changes to administration and governance of the education system in the Education Reform Act.

 

The 2016-2017 Yearbooks have arrived.  

They can be picked up in B23 (Art Room)

 

Relationships - Resiliency

A recommendation from Dr. Stan Kutcher in Late Spring 2017 led to a committee consisting of parents, the Nova Scotia  Health Authority, Cape Breton Victoria Regional School board, Family Service of Eastern Nova Scotia and the Cape Breton Regional Police Service. The committee will create a series of information sheets called “Relationships - What Really Matters”. The sheets will be distributed by partners to parents and other community members. This information sheet talks about resiliency  

 

 Bullying - What you need to know

If you have concerns that your child may be experiencing bullying or may be bullying others, please see the memo on what you need to know.   

 

 Lyme Disease Awareness  

Please read the following information from the Nova Scotia Health Authority on Lyme Disease Awareness

 

School Fees
Notice to parents: you can now pay for school fees and activities online. Go to  https://cbv.schoolcashonline.com/ to register.  

 

School Notifications
Notice to Parents: The CBVRSB is offering a new Automated Communication System for parents using the Powerschool Student/Parent Portal to facilitate this new system. Parents should verify their demographic information is accurate. Information sheets will be available at Riverview Parent Teacher session for Parents to verify correct phone/cell numbers and email address. This new Auto Dialer system can leave SMS text messages, emails or voice messages depending on Parent preference. You can also phone the school to update your information if you are unable to attend parent teacher.

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Daily Announcements

 

Friday, June 15, 2018

Day F

No birthdays today.

Yearbooks

Yearbooks will be handed out today at lunch in the lobby.  After that students can pick them up in the Art Room B24 after their exam.  Students must present their receipt or student ID to pick up their yearbook and can only pick up their own book.

Scholarship Deadlines

Please have scholarship applications in to the guidance for Coxheath 2.0 and Giving Back to Your Community Award by Monday.

International Buddy

International Buddy forms are available in Room D32.  Anyone in Grade 9, 10 or 11 who is interested in being a buddy next year is welcome to apply.  Forms are due by Friday, June 22nd. 

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