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Supplies List

Supplies Lists for Grades 7-12 are located under the Document Depot tab.

See you soon!

PDHS Students at the Canda Wide Science Fair 2015

Congratulations to Maria and John Burns Duynisveld who took their individual projects to the national science fair!

Maria's project titled "Eggs-amining the Connection Between Foraging Behavior and Egg Characteristics" won the 4-H Canada Award - Junior, Excellence Award - Junior - Gold Medal, and a Western University Scholarship. 

John Burns's project titled "Are There Differences in How Lettuce Genotypes Respond to Light Sources?" won him an Excellence Award - Intermediate - Bronze Medial and a Scholarship to Western University.

More information on these projects is attached.

Grade 6 Orientation - June 8

Grade 6 students from Wentworth Elementary, Wallace Elementary, Cyrus Eaton Elementary, and Northport Elementary are invited to their soon-to-be school Monday, June 8 for the day.  Students will have the opportunity to meet our school staff and have an introduction to school life at PDHS.

There will be a meeting for the Grade 6 students and their parents/guardians the next evening, Tuesday, June 9 from 6:00 - 7:00PM.  Hope to see you then!

There is no school Monday, June 8 for our Grade 7 students.

Note:  This Orientation day was originally scheduled for Monday, May 25

 

Grade 6 Parents/Guardians:

                      This may be a good time to Like us on Facebook (Pugwash District High School) and Follow us on Twitter @PDHS_Panthers

April Assembly Postponed!

This months' assembly has been postponed to May 1.  April awards will be given out during the May Assembly.

Grade 7 Trip to Wallace Museum Tomorrow - March 26

As part of the Physcial Education, English,and Math Curriculum Grade 7 students will be bussed to the Wallace Museum tomorrow to learn about mapping, orienteering, and GPS use.  Students will be snowshoeing/hiking and using their newly learned skills in a variety of exercises.  Students will leave school at approximately 9AM and will return prior to 3PM dismissal.

This is a rain or shine event and therefore students need to be prepared for all types of weather. 

Students are required to bring a lunch as there are no cafeteria services available.

Students have been provided with a permission slip, however a copy is attached.

ENNIS Performs at PDHS April 19th!

We are pleased to announce that ENNIS will perform for our 4th annual spring fundraising concert.

With a Juno award, multiple ECMA and Music NL awards and nominations, Maureen and Karen have performed in Australia, The Middle East, Europe, America and Canada, accumulating 3 gold records along the way.  We are very excited to have them perform at PDHS!

A BIG thank you to Scotiabank Pugwash for matching all funds raised. Please support our event...buy a ticket and spread the word!! Thank you!

Tickets can be purchased from the Main Office and the Scotiabank Pugwash - $20 ($10 for students)

File Attachments: 

Winter Carnival Week!

Monday – School Spirit Day

Tuesday – Winter Wear

Wednesday – Dress to Impress Your Valentine  (Dance 7-10PM)

Thursday – Winter PJ Day

Friday – Valentine’s Eve

 

The grades with the school spirit and most students who participate in the day will be counted towards Battle of the Grades.

 

Here is an explanation of what each day includes:

 

School Spirit Day – Everyone wears PDHS colors (Red and Black)

Winter Wear Day – Wear your favorite pair of mittens, hat and scarfs. Snowshoe races and snowman building contest events will happen at lunchtime.

Dress to Impress – Students are asked to dress as if they were going to a job interview. Dress code will be implemented. (ex. Boys – Ties Girls – Dresses, Slacks, Skirts)

PJ Day – Wear pajama’s! Also, hot chocolate served at lunchtime. 

Valentine’s Eve – Express yourself and wear Valentine’s colours (ex. Red and Pink).



 

Snow Days - School Cancellation

Winter Weather is Coming!

The days are getting colder and with each dip in the thermometer we move one step closer to winter weather: icy roads, snow and freezing rain. For CCRSB schools, winter weather means the potential closure of schools when conditions are considered unsafe for our students and staff.

Decisions regarding school cancellations are made by CCRSB’s Operational Services Department and generally happen in the early morning (before 6:30 am) or mid-day. We try our best not to have mid-day cancellations, but sometimes an unexpected change in the weather makes the decision for us. In those cases, it is important that our schools have the most up-to-date contact information for parents and guardians, and that parents and guardians have alternative arrangements in place for their children, before a cancellation takes place.

Mid-day cancellations can also be complicated by busing. Many buses in CCRSB transport students to and from multiple schools, in a set order. This same order of pick-up and drop-off will still apply in the case of a mid-day cancellation. So, though schools may close at 10:00 am, for example, students may not be dropped off until an hour or more later, depending on where their school is on the regular pick-up and drop-off order.

Whether first thing in the morning, or mid-day, cancellations due to weather conditions will be announced in several ways:

  • The “All Schools Open” button on the CCRSB home page (www.ccrsb.ca) changes to red. By clicking on the button, you can get closure information specific to our Family of Schools.
  • A message regarding the cancellation is posted to the CCRSB home page under “News”; to the CCRSB Facebook page (www.facebook.com/ChignectoCRSB); and to our Twitter feed (@ChignectoCRSB).
  • Information is sent to all local radio and television stations within the CCRSB, including CBC radio in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island and CFCY radio in Charlottetown.

CCRSB thanks all parents, guardians and students for their patience and understanding as we move through the start of the winter season. Please know that all decisions regarding cancellations are made with great care for the safety of students and staff.

Social Media Reminders

At the Chignecto-Central Regional School Board (CCRSB) we consider our website, Facebook and Twitter accounts a digital extension of our physical offices.

These tools give us the means and opportunity to reach more students, parents, and guardians at one time than any other communication tool. We also know that more and more students, parents and guardians rely on the Internet and social media sites to gather information important to them. With this in mind, it is important to remember some basic tenets of responsible and respectful use.

All CCRSB schools abide by the Code of Conduct. The Code of Conduct calls on all members of the CCRSB community to be respectful, kind and understanding to each other. These same basic ideas should be applied when using the Internet and social media websites. (You can read CCRSB’s Code of Conduct on our website at www.ccrsb.ca, click on “Document Depot,” “Education Services”.)

Emergency Preparedness Drills

We know that some parents feel uneasy about the Emergency Preparedness Drills and why they must be practiced. This letter is intended to provide clarification.

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