Parent Session: Course Selection for students going into Grade 10

Please see the attachment with information for parents of students moving into Grade 10 next year.


Amherst Regional High School
Wednesday, April 18th @ 7:00 p.m.
Susan Taylor Theatre
Parents /Guardians of grade 9 students:
What are the requirements to obtain a Nova Scotia High School diploma?
What courses does ARHS offer to meet graduation requirements?
What courses are best suited to my child’s needs?
What do I need to know about Post-Secondary options and requirements?
If you have any or all of these questions, we hope to see you at this very important information session.
[For more information, please con-tact Mr. Van Snick, Guidance Coun-sellor, at (902)661-2540 x.151]

Mumps Alert

Please see attachment for alert on Mumps.

Parent Teacher Information

ARHS Parent teacher: Thursday April 19th 4:30-6:30PM. Friday April 20th 1-3:00PM.
No School for students April 20th.
Report Cards will be distributed the week of April 16-20.

 

A message from the Superintendent

Good afternoon everyone,

The attached letter is addressed to parents and guardians, providing an overview of highlights from the government’s legislative changes to public education, introduced today as the Education Reform Act. Please distribute to parents and guardians.

I understand that you, along with all teaching staff will receive a separate communication sent directly from EECD.

You have already received an invitation from Chris and I look forward to meeting with you tomorrow.

Thank you,

Email Signature

Gary Adams

 

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Including information on your website

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