IMPT: JR. Band Info

Start up information and band schedules went home today!

Please email me at amyfleming@nlesd.ca so that I can set up an email list to help alleviate the amount of paper being used as well as to help us get information out to you quickly!

Thank you for your support and I look forward to working with you!

Welcome!

Hi there!

I am the replacement teacher in Math/Science 7 this year. I will be working with students until April 2018. Mrs. Stephanie Chaytor will be returning to the position at that time.

Please hit the following link to visit my website: Mrs. Singleton’s Website

Courses:

    Math 7E

    Science 7E

    Health 7E

    Math 7F

    Science 7F

    Social Studies 7C

    Religion 7C

    Religion 7D

If you have any questions or concerns please call me at the school 437-3361 or by email: kristasingleton@nlesd.ca

Thanks!

Krista Singleton B.Sc., B. Ed., M. Ed.

Science/Math Teacher – Grade 7

Juniper Ridge Intermediate, Torbay, NL

“Some people want it to happen, some wish it would happen, others make it happen” – Michael Jordan

MUN Lab Band

MUN Lab band is again looking for interested students to join their program for the upcoming school year.

Lab band offers instruction in a band setting outside of school hours, allowing for students to access quality instruction from student teachers.

If you have any interest in this program, please contact me ASAP.  The first parent information session is Thursday, September 14.

Staff

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Busing Policy

School busing is provided free-of-charge for students who live 1.6 kilometers or greater from their neighbourhood school. Download the Bussing Route Summary Students attending a school other than their neighbourhood school, do not qualify for school busing. An example would be when a student is enrolled in French Immersion at a school that is not their neighbourhood school. Busing is also available for students with special needs. Students are expected to attend their neighbourhood school unless there are circumstances that prevent them, such as the school is not accessible for the individual student’s needs. The school can apply to the department for approval for busing when circumstances warrant. Approval is based on the Alternate Transportation Policy and a review of the Application Package supported by appropriate documentation. Under certain circumstances, busing can be made available to children whose parent(s)/guardian(s) has a physical disability which prevents them from accompanying their child to school. The school can apply to the department for approval for busing when circumstances warrant. Approval is based on the Alternate Transportation Policy and a review of the Application Package supported by appropriate documentation.

Policies and Guidelines

from http://www.ed.gov.nl.ca/edu/k12/busing/legislation.html