Upcoming Events


May 21 -

No School -Victoria Day

May 25 -
Variety Show @ 1:00pm
May 30 - 
Assembly @ 1:45pm

June 1 - 

Gr. 5 Luncheon


Ride your bike

to school day

June 2 - 
Turkey Dinner @ Fire Hall

June 6-

Early Dismissal 11:30am

June 7 -
Rec. Department bike rodeo 
June 22-
Last day for cafeteria




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Recycling Fund 

for 2017-2018
to January 25th

Find out more here.

2008-2009 = $ 765.85
2009-2010 = $ 841.25
2010-2011 = $1030.35
2011-2012 = $ 894.10
2012-2013 = $ 894.85
2013-2014 = $696.70
2014-2015 = $877.70
2015-2016 = $711.55
2016-2017 = $ 501.10







School Mission: 
To develop responsible, life-long learners in a student centered environment where all educational partners are successful, respected and valued.







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Turkey Supper June 2nd 4:30-6:00 -Library Revitalization Project

We are looking for a few parents to give us a hand in either serving or cleaning up. If you can spare a bit of time, please call the school office at 902-584-4500. Thanks!

Summer time Safety Tips

Many Canadians spend a lot of their time working and relaxing in their backyards during the warmer months. Find out how to enjoy your backyard safely.



Paint Night- LCS Library Fundraiser

Come join the fun June 24, 2018 at 7pm at the Capitol Pub (333 Main Street, Middleton, NS) to help raise funds to update our school Library. Our goal is to update furniture, renovate book shelves, and add a Makerspace.

Click HERE to buy your ticket today!





Inclusive Education Supports for Students in Nova Scotia

Zach Churchill, Minister of Education and Early Childhood Development announced inclusive education supports for students across Nova Scotia in response to the Students First report. These supports will help more students receive the supports they need to reach higher levels of achievement and well-being.

More information and details about today’s announcement is available online and in the attached fact sheets.


To view the report click HERE



English website: https://www.ednet.ns.ca/inclusiveeducation


Enjoy the Outdoors - and check for Ticks!

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It’s a great time of year to enjoy the outdoors – physical activity, fresh air and time with family and friends is so important! With being outside more, we also need to be aware of ticks. These are small insects – sometimes as small as the period at the end of this sentence – that are found across Nova Scotia.


Tick checks help protect us from the germs that ticks can carry. Removing ticks as soon as possible can prevent or reduce the risk of infection. Follow these steps to help protect against ticks, especially in grassy, wooded or shrub covered areas:

Apply insect repellents containing DEET or lcaridin to exposed skin and clothes. Follow directions on the package carefully

Wear light colored long sleeved shirts and pants, closed-toed shoes, and tuck shirts into pants and pant legs into socks.

Keep lawns mowed short.

Put playground equipment in sunny, dry places away from wooded areas, yard edges, and trees.

Check your whole body for ticks and, when possible, take a bath or shower within two hours of coming indoors. This makes it easier to find ticks and washes away loose ones.



If you find ticks, here’s how to remove them safely:

  • Carefully grasp the tick with tweezers as close to the skin as possible.

  • Gently and slowly pull the tick straight out. Do not jerk, twist or squeeze it.

  • Clean and disinfect the site with soap and water, rubbing alcohol or hydrogen peroxide.

  • Dispose of the tick in a sealed plastic bag and put in the garbage.

  • Do NOT burn, squeeze or coax a tick’s mouthparts from your skin using other methods.


Only the blacklegged tick can transmit the germ that causes Lyme disease, and only after being attached for at least 24 – 36 hours. One of the earliest and most common symptoms of Lyme disease is a rash that’s often shaped like a bull's-eye. The rash occurs on the same site as the bite. Other symptoms include fever, fatigue, muscle aches, joint pain and headaches. If you’ve been exploring outdoors, especially in wooded areas, forests, areas where tall grasses and or shrubs are present, or have found a tick on your body, and show these symptoms, see a healthcare provider.


To learn more about tick safety, visit https://novascotia.ca/ticksafety/ or call your local Public Health office at 902-542-6310.




Do you enjoy working with children?

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Are you interested in making a difference in the educational experience of a student?

The Annapolis Valley Regional School Board is looking to hire Educational Assistants, including casual, part-time, and full-time.  Educational Assistants work directly with students and under the direction of a teacher to support students who require medical, personal care, safety and/or behavior management support.

If you believe that you have the ability and interest in this type of work, please contact the Human Resources Department of the Annapolis Valley Regional School Board at 902-538-4600 or view the job postings available on the Board website at www.avrsb.ca/jobs

Educational Assistants are a valued member of our larger school community that support school based activities and the “whole life” of the school.

Clean Annapolis River Project- seeking volunteers

Kate and the folks from Clean Annapolis River Project are seeking volunteers.

The project runs between Aylesford and Digby.



Click HERE for more information and contact information. 

Canada's Smartest Person Junior


Autism Atlantic CONSULTING SERVICES Summer Institute 2018 “Girls on the Autism Spectrum”

Please join us for 12-hours of professional development focusing on the characteristics, learning styles and major issues in education and personal growth of girls on the autism spectrum from elementary age through high school graduation.  This informative two-day session devoted to understanding females with ASD will be of interest to parents, adult partners and siblings, caregivers, professionals, and educators including student teachers, teacher assistants, support workers.

When:  August 21 & 22

Where: École Secondaire du Sommet   

    500, Boulevard Larry Uteck, Halifax NS

Registration Fees:

Teachers and Professionals: $250.

Non-teachers including post-secondary students, teacher assistants, parents/guardians, caregivers, and other support workers: $200

Registration will close on August 1st.

*Minimum Registration: 20 participants

To request a registration form, please forward your name and email contact information to:

We hope you can join us!

Kym Hume MEd Sp Ed Admin & Yvonne Rafuse MEd, MSpEd