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DATES TO REMEMBER: 

Thursday, May 14th

Violin/Cello Demonstration for Grade 3

Thursday, May 14th

School Advisory Council PD Session DHS 6:30-8:30 pm

Friday, May 15th

School based PD day (no school for students)

Saturday, May 16th

Doctor’s NS Youth Run

Monday, May 18th

Victoria Day (no school for students)

Tuesday, May 19th

Getting to Great survey deadline

June 3-5th

Big Cove (Grade 6)

June 19th

Grade 6 Graduation Ceremony

 

May is Speech & Hearing Month

 Did you know that 1 in 10 Canadians has

                       a speech, language, or hearing problem?

 Early identification and rehabilitation of speech

    and hearing disorders can often prevent

    communication difficulties in school, on the job,

    and in social situations.

·        Speech-Language Pathologists [S-LPs] are educated professionals who are trained to evaluate and treat speech and language disorders

·        Your School S-LP is Mrs. Michelle Hebert-Moore

·        Audiologists are trained to evaluate and treat a full range of hearing disorders.

 If you suspect a problem, please contact a Speech- 

    Language Pathologist or Audiologist near you.

 HRSB Speech-Language Information Web-link:    

      http://www.hrsb.ns.ca/content/id/792.html

 www.caslpa.ca à Speak well, Hear well, Live well!

The HRSB’s first Long-Range Outlook will be presented to the Governing Board on April 22. Following the release of the document, it will be posted on the HRSB website with an invitation for public comment.

Nova Scotia school boards are required to share information about their schools, and their education programs and services in a document called the Long-Range Outlook (Outlook). The purpose of the Outlook is to help school boards and school communities have more informed discussions about the future of their schools, and the programs and services they offer. School boards have until April 30, 2015 to complete this document and post it on their website for public feedback. For more information, visit the Halifax Regional School Board website at:
http://www.hrsb.ca//about-hrsb/operations-services/long-range-outlook .

Our "Getting to Great"  Planning for Improvement survey is now live on the HRSB website.  The purpose of this letter is to provide you with the details of the survey and information on why completion of this survey is so important to the success of students within our board.

This survey allows students, parents(s)/guardian(s), and teachers throughout the Halifax Regional School Board to share information that will help us improve schools.  The result of the survey will not be used to evaluate individuals.  Our goal is to make every school a great school, but we cannot get to great without you.  Your voluntary participation in this survey will help us to identify the strengths and challenges at your child’s school, so we can do our part to enhance the opportunities every school holds for students to learn.  The survey is voluntary and we hope you as parent(s) and guardian(s) will answer as many questions as you can but you are not required to respond to any questions that you do not wish to answer.

Your input is valuable in helping us make improvements that will directly impact your child’s learning and school experience.  Please remember, all survey information is anonymous and is not used to evaluate students.  At the end of the survey, you will find space to make any additional comments to support our journey towards improved student achievement. 

Please visit the website: http://survey.hrsb.ns.ca select Michael Wallace School and start the survey.  You are welcome to complete a survey for each child attending our school.  The online survey is available from Monday April 20th May 19th..

The code for Michael Wallace Elementary School is 124.

Thank you for your participation, your input is very important to us!

Parents and Visitors : Please check into the office when arriving at school.  If you have items to drop off to your child, please leave them with Mrs. Duzak and she will deliver them to your child's classroom during a time when it will not interrupt learning. At dismissal time, please wait outside for your child.

MICHAEL LANE is only to be driven on by residents of the lane.  Children use this route to walk home and cars coming and going are making conditions very dangerous.  Please do not use this road when dropping off and picking up your children.

             

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Michael Wallace is now on Twitter!  Follow us @MWES_School

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In case of School Closure we are part of the PRINCE ANDREW Family of Schools.

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Contact Us:  Michael Wallace Elementary School
24 Andover Street  Dartmouth, Nova Scotia  B2X 2L9
Phone:902-435-8357   Fax:902-435-8395
E-Mail: mwes@hrsb.ca


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