E-cigarettes are very popular right now and many teens are using these devices. We are only just now starting to see the conclusions of research into the potential health effects of using these devices. This study from The Harvard University Chan School of Public Health explores the connection between e-cigarette flavorings and severe respiratory disease. http://www.hsph.harvard.edu/news/press-releases/e-cigarette-flavoring-chemicals-linked-to-respiratory-disease/
Black Gold School Division has released a statement concerning international travel: “Posted on December 9, 2015 In the wake of recent global events, the Black Gold Regional Division No. 18 Board of Education decided at its regular Board meeting on December 9, 2015 that all international student field trips will be cancelled until August 31,… Read more »
Please click on the below link to find our January 2016 Exam Schedule NSCHSExamSchedule-Jan.2016
Please find attached the December/January issue of Communications Now. Topics include: * Hold an open house for calm and fair public involvement * Rebranding your school to improve public perceptions and increase enrolment * Creating a successful social media policy * Think outside the box to engage… Read more »
We would like to thank Parker Thompson for coming out to speak to our high school students about distracted driving. Parker is a 17 year old professional race car driver who is spending the off season talking to students in Alberta about distracted driving as part of his “Drive to Stay Alive” program. Parker is… Read more »
CASA Caregiver Village is a webapp that helps parents find resources for addressing a broad range of issues. It looks like a good resource. http://www.caregivervillage.ca/webapp
The staff and students of NSCHS would like to thank the New Sarepta Zion Church for the wonderful hot lunch today. The soup, cheese bread and brownies were all delicious. Everyone was very appreciative of the hot lunch on such a cold day.
16 students from NSCHS participated today in No Stone Left Alone, a mission to make sure that all gravestones of Canadian Soldiers are marked with a poppy. Our students did us proud. They returned to school speaking of how moving the ceremony was. Thanks to Mrs. Farley for organizing this and thanks to our Vimy… Read more »
Thank you to all who attended and participated in our Remembrance Ceremony on November 5. The Elementary choirs and recorder ensemble were wonderful, the Band sounded great and the Drama class brought tears to many eyes. A special thank you to our guests: The Color Guard from the Leduc Legion. Daniel Laskavenko Lieutenant Leslie Yewer-Stacey… Read more »
You are invited to join us for our annual Remembrance Day ceremony on Thursday, November 5 at 10:30 AM. Our ceremony will feature a color guard, video presentation, elementary choir and a drama presentation. Please join us as we remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice to preserve our freedom.