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Tuesday, November 11th                      Remembrance Day – NO SCHOOL

Monday, November 17th                        Parent Teacher Interviews – NO SCHOOL

Tuesday, November 18th          Home and School Meeting @ 7pm

Monday, December 1st                          Assessment & Evaluation Day–NO SCHOOL

Monday, December 15th                        School Christmas Concert


Why Self-Identify?

In recent years the Halifax Regional School Board has made significant efforts to continually meet the learning needs of all students. It is essential for the school system to know who our students are and what communities we serve. This helps the board to provide appropriate resources and staff to help all students achieve. The school board has a Race Relations, Cross Cultural Understanding and Human Rights Policy (available on HRSB website under policies) that is in accordance with the current guiding Principals and laws in Nova Scotia and Canada, including the Canadian Charter of Human Rights. The Charter details how we as Canadians are expected to treat  each other with respect and equality regardless of race, colour, ethnicity, linguistic origin, disability, socio-economics, age, ancestry, national or aboriginal origin, place of origin, religion, faith, sex, genders sexual orientation, family status and marital status. At the same time we as educators and employees of the HRSB recognize that certain groups within our society are treated inequitably because of systemic bias. We want to educate all of our students while promoting, supporting and celebrating diversity. Part of this process is identifying our community through the self-identification process so that we can provide inclusive instructions and learning environments for everyone. We want to eliminate any form of discrimination that may be a barrier to student engagement and achievement. We have a responsibility to teach students about bias, prejudice, stereotyping, harassment and discrimination and remove barriers to equality, dignity and respect for everyone. This is why we request families to self-identify each year. If you have any questions, please contact the Administration at MWES.

WE ARE IN URGENT NEED OF LUNCH MONITORS - If you know anyone who would be interested or if you are interested yourself please call us at 902-435-8357



MWES welcomes a girls running club. Girls will train on Wednesdays after school and will work towards completing a 5km road race. The first run is tentatively scheduled for Wednesday September 10th and finishing either Wednesday, October 22 or 29th. (Don’t worry boys…there will be a boys club too!) 3:30-4:30pm. This is first come first serve only.  There are 15 spots available and attendance is important.  There will be a parent meeting for the club on Monday, September 8th at 6pm in the library.

J   Mabel's Labels Fundraiser!  





Michael Wallace is now on Twitter!  Follow us @MWES_School



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




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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