May 14th, 2021
We acknowledge that we are in Mi’kma’ki (pronounced migmagee), which is the traditional ancestral territory of the Mi’kmaq people.
A reminder that Fridays rotate WEEKLY. TOMORROW is a “Monday” Schedule - Block B and C
Vote for your class Valedictorian! Polls close May 19 at 3PM! Follow this link and place your vote in GNSPES.
Fundraiser with The Shore Clothing Co.
For 2021 they are supporting our LGBTQ2 community through the local chapter of the Gender Sexual Alliance here on The Shore. GSAs provide a safe space in schools where youth can be themselves, regardless of identity.
$3 from every Eastern Shore PRIDE tee will be donated to the GSA at ESDH & will be available in their mobile store starting June 26th at the Eastern Shore PRIDE Festival.
You can pre-order online at LINK
Nova Scotia Homework Hub
Available to help with mathematics help and tutoring, Check out their information on their YouTube link and access them through your GNSPES account.
Students who would like to receive career or personal counselling support from home should email Ms. Greenough (email@example.com) for a phone or zoom appointment. Don't hesitate to reach out if you have a question about scholarships, post-secondary planning, or if you require emotional support.
Community Scholarship Applications due on May 17th!
Graduating students should take note - the scholarship application deadline is Monday, May 17th.
University and college bound students are encouraged to apply for any and all awards where they meet the eligibility criteria.
Award amounts are varied, with some awards (Brian Dickie Award) offering upwards of $4,000 to college and university students enrolled in a 2 or 4 year year program (NSCC or university program).
Don't delay as some applications require an essay, resume, and references.
For more information and to apply for the 2021 Community Awards, visit the Guidance website.
Staying safe and healthy as a community is EVERYONE’s responsibility
- Practice physical distancing when outside and in areas that you can
- Avoid bunching together (inside or out)
- Wear a non-medical mask when you can’t physically distance
- No matter where you are please practice the above. Especially when you are off school property at lunchtime or during a study/free period. Concerned community members are worried about you and contacting the school to remind our Schoons that in the community your choices impact us all!
- An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.