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French Immersion Survey
Parents/guardians, students and school community members are invited to share comments on French Immersion in AVRSB through an online survey in November. The feedback collected through this survey will be considered during a review of the board’s French Immersion policy and administrative procedures over the coming months. Throughout November, go to http://fluidsurveys.com/s/avrsb_immersion to complete a survey, or visit a school to access the survey.
Information for Parents and Guardians from the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development
On Tuesday, October 25, the Nova Scotia Teachers Union (NSTU) voted in favour of a strike. The earliest NSTU members can take any form of job action is December 3, 2016. Potential job actions can range from a province-wide strike to work-to-rule.The government will continue to work with the NSTU and is committed to addressing teacher working and student learning conditions. A new partnership working group, comprised of representatives from the NSTU, school boards and the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development, will have their first meeting within the next two weeks to continue to talk about the important issues facing teacher working and student learning conditions. We understand that talk of any labour disruption can result in anxiety and concern for students and their families. Should a job action occur, every effort will be made to minimize disruptions to your child’s education. As the situation evolves, updates will be available through www.ednet.ns.ca and @nseducation on Twitter.
Early Development Instrument (EDI) Data Collection in February
As part of an ongoing study about children’s developmental health, school boards across Canada are collecting anonymized data on primary students as part of the Early Development Instrument (EDI) initiative. This year, all primary classes throughout the province will be involved in the study; Nova Scotia participated in this in 2013. The Offord Centre for Child Studies at McMaster University, the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development and each School Board in the province have contracted to complete this work. Read More...
AVRSB Electoral Boundary Review
Notice of Public Meeting
Tuesday, November 24, 2015
AVRSB Regional Office, Second Floor Boardroom
121 Orchard Street, Berwick
The Annapolis Valley Regional School Board is currently conducting a review of the electoral boundaries of its school board electoral districts.
The public is invited to provide comments on the current school board electoral boundaries and input on possible changes and/or factors for consideration.
For more information on the Electoral Boundary Review, visit www.avrsb.ca
Submissions can be made in-person at the November 24 Public Meeting, by email to email@example.com or by mail:
Attn: Board Secretary
121 Orchard Street, PO Box 340
Berwick, NS B0P 1E0