The exam exemption eligibility list as of May 3rd is now posted on the bulletin board by the main office and here by your student number. Please note that if you were absent on May 3rd and the absence was not yet excused, you may not be on this list. This does not mean you do not have your exemption. Please see Ms. Lowe in guidance if you have any concerns.
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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 at Charles P Allen High School please contact:
Marina LeBlanc (Homestay Coordinator) at 902-717-3781 or email@example.com
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The Exam Exemption eligibility list based on attendance as of April 6, 2016 has now been posted on the bulletin board by the main office as well as by student number here. Students who think they should qualify for an exemption to date but are not on the list need to verify their attendance by checking PowerSchool. For exam exemption eligibility criteria, please read here.
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Getting to Great, the Halifax Regional School Board’s online school improvement survey, is now available.
The Getting to Great survey provides an opportunity for students in grades 4-12, parents/guardians, teachers and support staff to share information that will help us improve schools.
The online survey is available from April 4 – 29, 2016. Please click this link: http://survey.hrsb.ns.ca to start the survey. Participation is voluntary and all survey information is anonymous and is not used to evaluate individuals.
Your input is very important to us!
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