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Working Together Awards: Creating Positive School Environments


Throughout the school year, AVRSB staff are invited to nominate a colleague for a "Working Together Award" to recognize individuals and groups who go above and beyond expectations in working together for students and supporting coworkers. We're pleased to introduce our newest nominees, all of whom are contributing to student success and a positive environment at school. Congratulations to Mary Ann Adshade (Aldershot Elementary School), Chris Ansems (Annapolis West Education Centre), Tom Kelly (West Kings District High School), Roxann Lake (Windsor Forks District School), Cynthia MacDonald (Bridgetown Regional High School), Jan Ross (Champlain Elementary School), and Kevin Veinot (Northeast Kings Education Centre).

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12th Annual African Youth Talent Night: February 17


Everyone is invited for a night of great student performances at the 12th Annual African Youth Talent Night! The evening showcases the talents of students in the AVRSB Student Support Worker and Native Student Advisor Programs, and will feature music, dance, comedy, sports talents, and much more! Local band Shoulder to Shoulder will also be special guests on stage. The African Youth Talent Night is scheduled for Wednesday, February 17, 2016 starting at 6:30 p.m. in the Horton High School Performance Centre.