Wednesday, April 26, 2017, 10:00 a.m., AVRSB Regional Office Education Room.
News and Events
Members of the public have the opportunity to provide feedback on a draft provincial Student Attendance and Engagement Policy until May 9, 2017.
Students at Three Mile Plains District School who take part in the Literacy Support Program and Student Support Worker Program have been connecting with elders in their community–and practicing art and writing skills–through a Kindness Project.
At our April 5, 2017 Regular Board Meeting, the Annapolis Valley Regional School Board approved a motion to change start times within the West Kings Family of Schools, effective September 2018.
Implementation plans will be developed over the coming months and will be communicated in the 2017–18 school year.
Click here to view the April 5, 2017 edition of the Superintendent's Monthly Report, celebrating student and school success, and highlighting business and news at the regional level.
Important information for students, parents and guardians about recommendations from the provincial Council to Improve Classroom Conditions regarding PowerSchool and assessments.
The Nova Scotia Aspiring Leaders Program (ALP) is a professional learning program for teachers, mentors and school board consultants who are interested in becoming effective school principals and/or vice principals. The program is offered by the Nova Scotia Department of Education and Early Childhood Development, in partnerships with the Nova Scotia Educational Leadership Consortium (NSELC) and school boards. Online application for the 2017-2018 ALP cohort is available until April 30, 2017.
Are you a potential high school graduate currently enrolled in an AVRSB school? You may need to include a reference letter with your application to a post-secondary program, exchange program, apprenticeship or scholarship/grant/bursary. Superintendent Roberta Kubik has written an open letter that you can include with application forms. This letter provides context to receiving institutions/...
The Annapolis Valley Regional School Board is now using AlertSolutions to send messages to parents/guardians about school cancellations or other urgent situations. This is the same system that many schools use to send information such as attendance and newsletter notices to parents/guardians by text, email and sometimes by phone. AVRSB will send early morning school cancellations due to weather/road conditions or power/water outage by text and email using AlertSolutions. Unplanned early dismissal messages during the day will be sent by text, email and phone using this...