130 York Street.
Bridgewater, Nova Scotia.
B4V 2M1.
Phone: (902) 541-8240.
fax: (902) 541-8250.

SELF-IDENTIFICATION INITIATIVE

SSRSB is asking all parents/guardians, staff and students to help us learn more about the diversity of our students and communities.

 Starting on May 1, 2015, a self-identification form will be provided to all students. We encourage all parents/guardians to provide information about their student’s ancestry and/or Aboriginal identity. Self-identification is for everyone.

 This information will help us to know who our students and staff are, how demographics are changing, and plan how best to support the success of all students. Even if you have self-identified in the past, we want to make sure everyone has a chance to provide or update information, or to add more than one ancestry and/or Aboriginal identity.

BES will be sending home information in the near future explaining wy self-identification and the process for doing so.

Thank you in advance for helping us to collect this information. For further details, please speak to the school administration or visit www.ssrsb.ca.

 

May Newsletter (Menu)/ Green Nova Scotia Newsletter

Please see the above links to access our May Newsletter with Menu and a copy of the Green Nova Scotia Newsletter.

Early Dismissal

Early Dismissal Wednesday, April 29th at 1:08 pm.

MAY Milk Notice

Our May milk cycle begins on Friday, May 1st.  If you would like your child to participate in the milk cycle for the month of May, please send in $8.00 to the classroom teacherby Wednesday April 29th.  This covers milk for the entire month of May.  Our milk totals must be pre-ordered with Farmers Dairy, and since we require a few days to tally all orders and monies, we are not able to accept any milk orders after 9:30 am April 29th.   If you are unable to bring your milk money in to give to your classroom teacher by this date, your child is welcome to purchase milk daily at a cost of 40 cents.

 

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