Math 11 Information from the DEECD

Please find attached a letter issued from the DEECD with regards to changes to the Math program at the high school level.


Minster of Education Seeking Input on Attendance Policy

 EDUCATION/EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT--Feedback Sought On School Attendance Policy



Increasing student success and achievement in the classroom is the focus of a discussion paper on student attendance.


 The Department of Education and Early Childhood Development is asking for feedback from teachers, parents, students, administrators and employers about key issues and ideas to help improve overall attendance.


Breakfast for Learning

Wanted to thank the SSRSB, Breakfast for Learning, Nourish Nova Scotia (provincial funds) and Balcome Resources Incorporated (BMI BRidgewater) for supporting the breakfast program at NQCS.

Also a VERY special thank you to our local volunteers who make sure our students are getting breakfast each morning.

Why have a breakfast program? See below:

Attendance Phone Calls

Parents and Guardians:

Regular attendance at school impacts student potential and their ability to meet the expected outcomes for their course. Accurate student attendance is also important from a safety perspective.

Starting on Wednesday, December 16th we will begin using the ALERT system to contact parents regarding attendance. This program makes automated calls to the home number we have listed within the attendance system.


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