Jun 22 2016

Important Information for 2016/2017

FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL NEXT YEAR – Thursday, September 8, 2016

click here >> Herring Cove Communications package 2016-2017

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Nov 17 2015

Safe Arrival #

Please be advised that our school has installed new telephone system as of Monday, November 16th. Effective immediately, when calling for safe arrival, call the school line @ 902-479-4214, press 1 for Safe Arrival.

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Oct 21 2015

School Dance time revised

It is from 6:30 to 8:30 pm.

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Jun 22 2015

School Insurance Program (SIP)

Since 1988 we have paid for basic student accident insurance for every student in the Province for school hours and activities.

However, there’s the option to purchase the Gold Plan for 24/7 coverage. >>> SIP

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Oct 29 2014

What is cyberbullying? Are you a victim ?

For more info, please go to www.cyberscan.novascotia.ca or talk to an investigator, call: within HRM 902-424-6990; or 855-702-8324

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Sep 23 2014

School Cancellation/Midday Closure

School Cancellation/Midday Closure:

• Register for email or text notification at www.hrsb.ns.ca

• Follow us on Twitter at Twitter.com/HRSB_Official

• Call the HRSB information line at 902-464-INFO (4636)

• Listen to your radio – all local radio stations will be informed.Make sure you listen for either “Herring Cove Junior High” or  the “J. L. Ilsley Family of Schools” in cancellation announcements.

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Jun 03 2014

No scents, please!

We are a scent aware school as we try to maintain an environment that is healthy for everyone. We know that “scent free” is very difficult to achieve and instead ask that students refrain from wearing strongly scented products and leave any such products at home.

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