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How to sign up for the Parent Portal quick reference guide

How to sign up for the Student Portal quick reference guide

Grade 9-12 Parents may pick up their Parent Portal Letter with Passwords in the office

 

AVRSB Long-Range Outlook: Opportunity to Share Your Response

AVRSB invites your response to its Long-Range Outlook, a 10-year planning document that examines all schools in our region.

This document was presented at the April 1, 2015 AVRSB Regular Board Meeting. It takes into account enrolment and demographic trends, programming, building use, and capacity and maintenance of all schools in AVRSB. Long Range Outlooks are a new provincial requirement for school boards, and will be updated annually to reflect current and developing circumstances in schools.

We invite you to download and read the draft AVRSB Long-Range Outlook (click here), and send your responses to feedback@avrsb.ca on or before May 15, 2015.

An information session on the Long-Range Outlook is planned for the evening of April 29 and is open to all interested individuals. More information on this session will be posted here soon.

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR

MONDAY, APRIL 20th, 2015

DAY 4

 

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Cafeteria menu change:  Thursday, April 23rd will be goulash for $3.50.  No cafeteria service on Friday, April 24th due to the Early Dismissal.

Congratulations to Rebecca Holleman for advancing to Provincials in 4H competition.

The library will be closed from April 20th until April 24th.

A Scholastic Book Fair will be in the library on May 11 to 15th from 8:30 to 3:30.

There will be a brief meeting of anyone interested in participating in next Wednesday`s Blood Donor Clinic at the Apple Dome in Berwick.  Meeting is in Ms. MacPhee`s lab at recess today.

Yearbook sales end April 27th!  Bring your money to the office or to Mrs. Corbett. 

Reminder with the coming warmer weather of the school's dress code.  Please dress appropriately.

The Senior High Neptune Theatre Trip is on Wednesday, May 6th.  Forty lucky students will be attending Neptune Theatre's production of The Addams Family.  Tickets are $35 and can be purchased from Ms. Harnish or Mr. Collins.  Don't miss out, sign up soon!

Acadia University is having an amazing FREE Science presentation on Zombies, Mac & Cheese, and "The Dress."  Friday, May 1st.  Check the posters in the hallways for more details.

Grade 11s and 12s, listen up! St. Mary's Univesity will be here on Monday, April 20th at 1:30 p.m. in the Conference Room of the office.  If you're interested, you are invited!

Reminder that the Breakfast Program is a privilege not a right. The garbage receptacles are located in front of the stage.  Please use them to clean up after yourself.

The Valley Drive-In is hiring a number of students who are able to work weekends as well as some weekday hours, 10-15 hours per week. Applicants can send resumes to valleydrivein@ns.sympatico.ca

Grade 12 students are reminded that during free periods, you are to be in the lobby, cafeteria, or an empty classroom with permission.  Please do not be in the halls.

The Senior Learning Centre is taking donations of cat food, cat litter, and cat toys to help support the Safe Haven Animal Rescue over the next few months.  Stop in and see us if you have any questions.

Grade 12 students who need transcripts for university or post-secondary, please sign the list in Ms. Keddy's office.  Students  who have already requested transcripts, please check in the office to pick them up.

Interested in attending Acadia Summer Sports Camps?

Acadia University is partnering with Jumpstart (Canadian Tire) and the Annapolis Valley Regional School Board to support youth from ages 4-18 to attend Acadia Summer Sports Camps.  If your family is facing economic barriers and your child is interested in attending summer sport camps at Acadia, please inquire at your local school.  Pick up a pamphlet and an application form from Ms. Hyson.  The process is clearly outlined in the pamphlet.  Deadline for applications is May 15th.  You will be notified within 2-3 weeks if your child is eligible and has been accepted.  Don’t miss out on this great opportunity for your child to be active and fit during the summer.

 

MIDDLE LEVEL ANNOUNCEMENTS:

1. Grade 8 Face aux Questions meeting in Ms. Martin`s room at lunch time today.

2. Open Basketball for the Junior Basketball Team this Wednesday is cancelled.  The next Open Basketball will be scheduled for Thursday, April 30th.

 

GATOR ATHLETICS:

MIDDLE LEVEL:

1. Attention, Track & Field members - Relay trials scheduled for today at lunch have been postponed until next Monday.  Please pay attention to announcements for details.  Shot put practice is in the gym today after school; any students are welcome.  Distance runners also have practice today and will meet in the gym after school.

 

SENIOR HIGH:

1. Attention, Track & Field members - Relay trials scheduled for today at lunch have been postponed until next Monday.  Please pay attention to announcements for details.  Shot put practice is in the gym today after school; any students are welcome.  Distance runners also have practice today and will meet in the gym after school.

2.

Track and Field Schedule

 

GRAD ANNOUNCEMENTS/INFORMATION: 

Safe Grad Club 200 Winners

 

St. Mary`s University will be here TODAY, April 20th at 1:30 p.m. in the Conference Room off of the main office.  Students in Grades 11 and 12 interested in attending are invited to attend.

Any grads planning on attending the Safe Grad Event are asked to sign up on the Grad Announcements Board.  There is also a Pork Supper Fundraiser for Safe Grad on May 9th and grads are asked to sign up to volunteer. We also need to pre-sell 100 tickets to have the supper.  See Ms. S. Smith for tickets today!

Any Grade 12 students who might qualify for a scholarship from the Kidney Foundation are asked to check for a new scholarship in Student Services.

Any students accepted to NSCC, they will be at CK on April 30th during Senior Lunch AND will provide a FREE LUNCH!  You are expected to attend, so put the date in your calendar.

Any Grade 12 students interested in Human Services or Early Childhood Education, there will be an Open House on Friday, May 1st at the Institute for Human Services in Truro.

Grade 12 students who need transcripts for university or post-secondary, please sign the list in Ms. Keddy's office.  Students who have already requested transcripts can check in the office to pick them up.

 

Please look at the student services link on the right hand side of this home page for important information on graduation requirements, scholarships and career planning.

 

Grads, please check the following To-Do list for a smooth graduation.  ClLICK HERE

 

Post-Secondary Institutions Visiting CK:

Post-Secondary Open House Dates:

Cape Breton University- anytime, email welcome@cbu.ca

New Scholarships In the Guidance Office

  • Annapolis Valley Regional Hospital Auxiliary Bursary- Due May 15th-to a Kings County student accepted into a health field – Amount-$2,000
  • Kinette Club of Kentville & District
  • Indspire for Indigenous students
  • Harrison McCain Dalhousie University Scholarship

Post Secondary Events:

 

  • Dalhousie- High school & junior high programming contest – Sat., April 18- cs.dal.ca/dpch

 

MUSIC DEPARTMENT ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Tuesday: Senior Jazz, 7:40 a.m.

Wednesday: Senior Concert Band, 7:40 a.m.

Thursday: Choir @7:40 a.m.; Junior Jazz @ 3:30-4:30

Friday: Senior Concert Band @ 7:40 a.m.

  Band students and Choir: Check the Annapolis Valley Music Festival website for performance times and locations.

2.      Please remember that we are in festival and tour season.  All band students must practice regularly at home and attend all rehearsals.

3.       Tour payments can be handed in to Mr. Hutten, please make sure the student’s name is on all payments.  

4.       Band Practices – please make every effort to have your son or daughter come to all practices. The number of snow days has seriously effected rehearsal time.  

 

 

CENTRAL KINGS SCENT POLICY

We have a student in our school with a SERIOUS REACTION to scented products. Click Here for Scent Policy

CENTRAL KINGS IS A PEANUT/NUT AWARE SCHOOL

Please refrain from bringing products with peanut/nuts due to students and staff with allergies

 

 
 

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