Jun 23 2017

First Day of School 2017-18 – Thurs, Sept 7

Click here for our 2017-18 School Year Calendar!

 

Click here for the official HRSB Calendar

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Jun 23 2017

Last Day Dismissal Time 9:45 -10 am – Friday, June 30/17

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Jun 20 2017

Bus Schedule (Stock site) 2017-18

Bus Schedule for Brookside Junior High 2017-18

 

Select Brookside Junior High from the drop down menu.  Check in late August in case of changes over the summer.

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Jun 20 2017

School Supply Lists and Student Fees 2017-18

Grade 6 School Supply List and Student Fees

 

Grade 7, 8 and 9 School Supply Lists and Student Fees

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Apr 28 2017

REMINDER: We are a NUT FREE school – please refrain from bringing products containing nuts into the building.

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Jan 09 2015

POWER OF POSITIVITY Twitter Campaign

@brooksidejh – Brookside on Twitter

We have a new Twitter campaign starting next week “Random Acts of Kindness”!  Check daily for new tweets!!

We have over 1600  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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Oct 31 2014

Community Events

 

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There is still time to sign up for Coding Camp

Level UP Kids is offering week-long day camps in Halifax for students aged 7-15 offering fun courses in Robotics, Mobile game design, YouTube, Minecraft Modding and much more. Our brand new curriculum is tailored for children using game play and game design to teach coding fundamentals.

We engage students in supplemental Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) education, giving them the skills and motivation they need to succeed in life.

Week-long day camps include personalized instruction and a variety of fun camp activities. We take frequent breaks and incorporate a balance of high-energy outdoor games and STEM building activities.

More information about our camps including our local location and how to register can be found at www.levelupkids.ca

Thank you for considering this program, please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have. I can be reached at admin@levelupkids.ca

 

Jeff Hughes

Great Things Start Here

www.levelupkids.ca

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HOST AN INTERNATIONAL STUDENT

The Nova Scotia International Student Program brings students from around the world to Nova Scotia public schools to learn our language and culture. Be an integral part of a student’s learning experience– become a host family.
This is a great opportunity for your family to experience and share culture first hand. Your family will be matched up with a student and they will participate in your daily family routines.

Host Families receive a tax free monthly stipend to help
cover the cost of food and any extra transportation expense
Students stay for periods of 2 to 10 months
Ongoing support is provided by an experienced Homestay
Coordinator
You will learn about and communicate with your student
before arrival
Host Families are asked to provide a private bedroom, 3
balanced meals a day and inclusion in family activities

Visit our website for more information: www.nsisp.ca

For more information on how to become a host family
for an international student in the Halifax Regional School Board please contact:

Marilyn Hurst at mhurst@hrsb.ns.ca or at 902 464-2000 Ext. 2548

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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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