Regular Board Meeting rescheduled to Wednesday, March 7, 2018, 6:30 p.m., AVRSB Regional Office in Berwick.

The Annapolis Valley Initiatives in Diversity Series presentation, Rhythms of Life, takes place February 27, 7 pm at Horton High School 

February is African Heritage Month in Nova Scotia. The 2018 theme is Educate, Unite, Celebrate Community.

Pre-Primary registration for September 2018 is now open for current sites. Current sites are Clark Rutherford Memorial School, St. Mary's Elementary School, Dr. Arthur Hines School and Three Mile...

Regional French Immersion Program information sessions are happening in February at each school offering a program. Click for details, including new date for Kingston & District School session...

The Annual African Youth Talent Show takes place Wednesday, February 21 at Horton High School. Storm date is February 28.

Primary registration takes place from January to May 2018. AVRSB welcomes parents/guardians to contact their local school to register new Primary students for the 2018-2019 school year.

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Click here for links to information on early service payout for NSTU and Non-Union employees. 

Pre-Primary registration for September 2018 is now open for current sites. Current sites are Clark Rutherford Memorial School, St. Mary's Elementary School, Dr. Arthur Hines School and Three Mile Plains District School. Please click for more information.

Spring 2017 exam results from the first year of the AP Capstone program at Northeast Kings Education Centre are in, and they show that NKEC students exceeded global average scores in every Advanced Placement (AP) subject area in which they were enrolled. AP Capstone is a program that encourages students to develop university-level research and communication skills. NKEC is the first school in the Maritime provinces to offer this program.

January 25, 2018: The Annapolis Valley Regional School Board’s governing board members are committed to continuing their governance role in our system until further direction is received from the province, and will stay focused on the AVRSB vision of Working Together for Students

In December, AVRSB asked students, staff, families and school community members to fill out an online survey about different ways of responding to winter weather and road conditions. Click here to read about the results of the survey.

Winter is here, so it's important to have plans in place in case of school cancellations or early dismissals due to weather/road conditions, or other unforseen events. Learn more about AVRSB's procedures for storm days, school cancellations, bus driver discretion and more.

Members of the Pine Ridge Middle School Hackergal computer coding club for girls, led by teacher Ashley Abbott, took part in a Canada-wide hackathon on December 13. Students worked together all day in groups to create a festive interactive video from start to finish. Coding clubs and events like hackathons encourage young women to build skills and confidence in problem solving and technology, while connecting students to real-world jobs in technology fields.

Click here to read the AVRSB Race Relations, Cross Cultural Understanding and Human Rights Progress Report 2017.

Click here to view December 6, 2017 edition of the Superintendent’s Monthly Report, celebrating students, staff and school successes and highlighting business and news at the regional level.

The 2017-2018 AVRSB Class Caps Compliance Report is now available. To view the report, click here.

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