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Strait Regional School Board Celebrates African Heritage Month 2017

February is recognized internationally as African Heritage Month – a time to recognize and salute the many contributions and ongoing achievements of people of African descent from all over the world.  The theme for African Heritage Month 2017 is Passing the Torch…African Nova Scotians and the Next 150 Years and will focus on the legacy of African Nova Scotians in the past, present and the future possibilities.

Transportation Information for Parents, Guardians and Students: Bus Pick-up Times and Routes Implemented During Work to Rule Remain in Effect until Further Notice

January 22, 2017

On Friday, January 20, 2017, the Government and Nova Scotia Teachers Union announced that a tentative agreement has been reached and that as part of this agreement work to rule action will be suspended and phased out beginning tomorrow, Monday, January 23, 2017.

Please note that changes to bus pick-up times and routes implemented during work to rule remain in effect until further notice.  Specific changes will be communicated to affected students and parents/guardians through your local school.

SRSB Students and Staff to Participate in We Day Atlantic 2016 Event

On Wednesday, November 30, 2016, about 470 Strait Regional School Board Grades 6 to 12 students, staff and chaperones will join thousands of others at the Scotiabank Centre in Halifax for an exciting, International and educational event, We Day Atlantic. For anyone at home interested in watching the excitement, the event will be live via webcast from the We Day website at weday.com.

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