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AVRSB’s SchoolsPlus Annapolis has received a generous donation from the Nova Scotia Road Builders Association, aimed at supporting student and family mental health initiatives. 

Six AVRSB students have achieved gold or silver standing for their French public speaking skills at the provincial Concours d’art oratoire, held May 6 in Halifax.

For more than 30 years, AVRSB’s annual Face aux Questions trivia competition has brought together teams of students to test their French language skills and celebrate their commitment to learning a second languge. This year’s Face aux Questions took place on May 2 and 3 at Central Kings Rural High School. 

On May 10, every student at Bridgetown Regional HS took part in a one-day violence prevention conference called SAVE (Students Assist in Violence Education). Working with SchoolsPlus Annapolis and local RCMP, the SAVE student planning committee has helped to organize this event, including selecting workshop topics that aim to empower and educate students on important topics such as mental wellness, online/social media safety, healthy relationships, gender stereotypes, domestic violence, and more.

AVRSB’s Middle Level Showcase held on May 8 brought together all staff involved in supporting students in grades 6 to 8 for a day of professional learning and knowledge-sharing. The event sparked new insights and ideas thanks to everyone involved, including organizers, participants, in-house presenters and hosts.

Congratulations to the six AVRSB educators who have graduated from the 2016 cohort of the Nova Scotia Aspiring Leaders Program (ALP). Paula Shehata, Michael Mason, Donna Griffin, Amanda Connell, Kim Frank and Tammy Foster-Veinot were recognized at the May 2017 Regular Board Meeting for successfully completing this professional leadership training program.

Click here to view the May 3, 2017 edition of the Superintendent's Monthly Report, celebrating student and school successes, and highlighting news and business at the regional level.

More than 80 AVRSB high school students took part in the second annual AVRSB@21C student innovation conference on April 26, to develop businesses and innovative ideas to address current challenges, while learning about technology and skills that can lead to careers and opportunities in their own communities.

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. 

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