Eastern Shore District High School

June 1st, 2021

We acknowledge that we are in Mi’kma’ki (pronounced migmagee), which is the traditional ancestral territory of the Mi’kmaq people.

General Announcements:

This week is Spirit/Goodbye Week!

More details on Instagram!

We are doing a spirit draw this year to get students to participate. We are asking that students post a photo and tag us on Instagram or send us a direct message of them in their spirit gear of the day to get their name put in a draw for a prize.

Thursday - Schoons colour day with teacher trivia on our Instagram at lunch. Art contest submissions are being accepted up until today!

Friday - College shirt day withour car show on Instagram at lunch. Also prize draw for the spirit week winners for gift cards and ESDH t-shirts!


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

Library Access

Please use HRCE's virtual library (SORA).  Instructions on using this site can be found at this link

Also, the Halifax Public library has a huge digital library which can be accessed at:

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.

Guidance Announcements:

Guidance Support
Students who would like to receive career or personal counselling support from home should email Ms. Greenough (jgreenough@hrce.ca) 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. 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.