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49 Terrace Street

Sydney, Nova Scotia

B1P 2L4

Phone: (902) 562-5464

Fax: (902) 564-4472

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January 9, 2015

Dear Parents and Guardians,

You may be aware that the CBVRSB has approved a grade reconfiguration for schools within its region.  In September 2015, schools will be organized as follows: Primary to grade 5 Elementary Schools, grade 6 to 8 Middle Schools, and grade 9 to 12 High Schools.  Beginning in September 2015, grade ten to twelve students and students in grade nine will go to Sydney Academy.

While this change will affect students in grade nine, as they will now go to Sydney Academy one year earlier, it will also result in many benefits.  Students in grade nine are socially and emotionally ready for high school.  There they continue to work and learn in a structured and supportive environment, but with greater emphasis on developing independence.  As well the high school can offer additional programming aimed at meeting the needs of adolescents.

Additional information, answers to frequently asked questions and key dates will be communicated through the usual sources including school newsletters, school website,  school board website and social media sites.  Please continue to check these sources for other information about transitions as well as transition activities.

Sincerely,

Kevin Deveaux