Jun 23 2015

Bus Schedules 2015-16

Visit Stock Transportation (click here) for the 2015-16 Bus Schedules.

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Jun 23 2015

Dates for 2015-16

Late RegistrationTuesday, August 25 – 9 am – 1 pm

 

Organization day for teachers – Tuesday, September 1

PD Day (no students present) – Wednesday, September 2

FIRST DAY FOR STUDENTS – Thursday, September 3

 

Click here – Tentative Calendar of Dates for 2015-16 School Year

 

Would you like to contribute to your child’s school but work full time and cannot commit during the day? Well how about giving the SAC (School Advisory Council) a try. This is a committee made up of parents, community members and school staff that help make decisions in the best interest of the students.

School Advisory Councils (SAC) bring partners together to make decisions and solve problems in the best interest of student learning. All partners on the SAC have a voice so that the needs of students are represented and the school is responsive to the community it serves.”

We meet 6 times a year in the evening. Come out and support your child and help make a difference in their learning. Contact the school at 902-852-2062, ext 0 if you are interested! Our first meeting is Thursday, Sept 24 at 6:15pm

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Jun 23 2015

School Supply Lists for 2015-16

 

Grade 6 School Supply List

 

Grade 7, 8 and 9 School Supply List

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Jun 23 2015

Public Health pamphlet on Head Lice

Click here for information on how to PREVENT, FIND AND TREAT head lice.

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Jun 23 2015

Student Insurance Program (SIP)

2015-Xray-E-1 (2)

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Jan 26 2015

New Email and PowerSchool info for students

info on new email for students

Please click on the above link for student email changes and student PowerSchool password changes.  If you didn’t change your password before Sunday, May 10, they have now been changed for you.  If you need your new temporary password, ask your homeroom teacher or come to the office to get it.

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Jan 09 2015

POWER OF POSITIVITY Twitter Campaign

@brooksidejh – Brookside on Twitter

Each day we post student quotes on how they deal with stress in positive ways. Since the beginning of January, we have had over 1200 new followers to our twitter page and we are excited to bring some positive thinking to others!  Thanks to all students who took part and keep checking – yours may be posted next!!!

If you aren’t already, please follow us on Twitter @brooksidejh or click here to view the tweets!!

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Jan 09 2015

Upcoming Events

 

 

 

 

Check out our Power of Positivity on Brookside’s Twitter @brooksidejh

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Oct 31 2014

Community Events

Community Family Fun Day – Saturday, September 12 @ New Life Community Church, 1760 Prospect Road. 

Click here for info (all proceeds will support Brookside’s Breakfast Program!! – Thank you!)

 

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LEADERSHIP 360 – STUDENT LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE

Every September, provinces take turns hosting the Canadian Student Leadership Conference (CSLC). This coming September, Halifax West High School will be home for close to 900 visitors from all across the country. It’s an amazing experience for these students and their advisors, who bring so much enthusiasm, energy, spirit and positivity to the conference. They return to their schools brimming with ideas for how to better their schools and their school communities.

The visiting students (including some from our own province who live outside of HRM) are billeted with host families. We’re hoping to find these families (who will be responsible for giving these students a bed, breakfast and transportation for the 5 days of the conference) among our schools’ staff, the families of our student participants, and community members.

Our School Board requires that we request a Criminal Records Check and Vulnerable Sector Check for every person in the billet household who is 18 years and older in order for them to be eligible to host these students. Those checks will be performed free of charge.

How can you become a billet family? Simply complete the “CSLC Volunteer Billet” form, along with a Criminal Records Check form for every person 18 years and older who will be in the household at the time of the conference and return it to Halifax West. The Criminal Records Check form must be submitted with 2 pieces of ID (one of which is photo ID). Visit the following webpage for more information: http://cslc2015.studentleadership.ca/volunteer/billeting/

Halifax West and the CSLC organizing team – especially the Billet Co-Chairs! – look forward to hearing from you. If you have any questions, please contact Lynn Moulton at Halifax West (lmoulton@hrsb.ca, 902-457-8900 ext 6) or Megan McCormick (Megan.McCormick@hrsb.ca).

ALL FORMS THAT YOU REQUIRE CAN BE PICKED UP IN THE OFFICE AT BROOKSIDE!!

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Sep 04 2014

Safe Arrival

Please call 902-852-2062, ext 1

for all student absenses before 8 am – even if your child will be late!

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