|Continued virtual learning||
Details concerning virtual learning from home for the week of of October 19-23, 2020.
|update on virtual learning||Oct 21, 2020|
|October 27th Covid Case||
Good evening Condors and Condor Families,
This is to inform you that Public Health has confirmed a positive covid case at DRHS. Tomorrow, Thursday, October 28th, will be an at home learnting day for grades 9 to 12. Students in grades 6 to 8 wil have a regular school day.
|parent_letter_drhs_oct_27.pdf||Oct 27, 2021|
|Message from Deputy Minister of Education May 19, 2020||deputy_minister_letter_to_parents_guardians_may_19_2020_covid-19.pdf||May 20, 2020|
|Cell phones middle school 6-7-8||
Policy on the use of cell phones and other electronics in school. Please read carefully.
|electronic_devices_at_school_6-7-8.docx||Sep 2, 2019|
|School supply list||
The attachment contains the supply list for grades 6-7-8. Students in grades 9 to 12 will require a laptop. A personal water bottle, personal hand sanitizers, and wipes are recommended. For high school students, we do not have an official supply list. This is because every learner is different and students should know what works best for them. Some prefer a large binder and dividers with everything in it, while others like individual scribblers for each subject. Students should purchase the supplies that work best for them. Individual teachers may have specific requests once school starts. At a minimum, high school students should have paper, binders, something to write with, and a calculator. Dividers, index cards, or sticky notes are optional based on each student’s organizational preference
|grade 6-7-8 supply list||Aug 13, 2021|
|Fair notice letter||Policy on violence in schools||Aug 31, 2017|
|Reporting and Learning grades 6-8||
The Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (EECD) worked with educators in the summer of 2020 to choose the most important outcomes for learning, knowing teaching would look different this year. Report cards will also reflect some change, with the fall report card going out at the usual time this year. Please read the attached document for further details.
|Fall reporting will be a little different this year||Nov 15, 2020|
|Letter from Dominic Cardy - Strike Action||
Please read the attached letter concerning possible strike action.
|letter_from_minister_-_students_and_families_oct_27.pdf||Oct 27, 2021|
|Summer learning opportunities for grade 12 students||summer_learning_for_students_2020.pdf||May 26, 2020|
|Cell phones high school||
Policy on cell phones and other electronic devices at high school. Please read carefully.
|Policy on cell phones and other electronic devices.||Sep 2, 2019|
|2021-22 School Calendar||
2021-22 school calendar
|calendar||Aug 13, 2021|
Students have one main stop for bussing. Only one emergency stop address is allowed and must be recorded on student file. Any other bussing stops are not permitted unless it is urgent and with permission from the transportation officer.
|Policy and bussing||Aug 31, 2017|
|Reporting and Learning for grades 9-12||
The Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (EECD) worked with educators in the summer of 2020 to choose the most important outcomes for learning, knowing teaching would look different this year. Report cards will also reflect some change, with the fall report card going out at the usual time this year. Please see the attached “Reporting and Learning” document(s) and reach out to your child’s teacher or principal if you have any questions about the report card.
|Report card may look different this year||Nov 15, 2020|
|Inclement weather events||
Letter from our superintendent on protocols when our area is experiencing winter weather events.
|Letter from our superintendent on protocols when our area is experiencing winter weather events||Dec 8, 2020|
|Letter to Parents - Online Learning on Monday||
October 29th, 2021 Dear ASD-N Families, Thank you for your patience today. This message is to confirm that all schools will move to learning from home on Monday, November 1st , due to the current work stoppage. This will continue until this issue is resolved. You will receive communication from your school with details of times when students can pick up needed items at the beginning of next week, as well as information regarding your child(ren)’s learning plan. Schools will also confirm how you can contact them during this time. Learning from home will include a daily check-in and work provided for younger grades, a combination of check-ins and/or online learning for middle school grades, and online learning for high school grades depending on the nature of the course. Attendance will be taken and instruction will be provided, as learning will continue for students. Please be watching for additional communication from your school and/or teachers. Thank you for your cooperation. Mark Donovan Superintenden
|letter_to_parents_-_learning_from_home_oct._29th.pdf||Oct 29, 2021|
|Letter from Deputy Minister of Education||Update on end date for at-home learning||May 28, 2020|
District and school policy on tobacco use on schol property. Tobacco products as it relates to this policy includes cigarettes, cigars, e-cigarettes, chewing tobacco, activated water pipes and any vapor paraphernalia or inhalant-type devices, whether or not the vapour contains nicotine.
|Tobacco use policy||Sep 2, 2019|
|Application for suppply teaching||
We are always looking for supply teachers.
|Supply teacher application form||Aug 31, 2017|
Alert levels and associated measures are determined by the Government of New Brunswick under the advice and guidance of the Chief Medical Officer of Health.
|Covid-19 Holiday Guidelines||Dec 8, 2020|
|Letter about At Home Learning||A letter from Mark Donovan about at home learning.||Nov 1, 2021|