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

School Council

Our advisory school council purpose is to help increase communication between the school and our community and to serve the needs of students.  A school council liaises through the school principal and is an important link between parents and the school community.

2017-18 School Council Members
– Robert Coish, Community Rep and Chair
– Elizabeth Gruchy, Parent Rep
– Yvette Favaro-Park, Parent Rep & Secretary
– Maxine Rollins, Parent Rep
– Lisa Stagg, Community Rep
– Venessa Trask-Nichols, Teacher Rep
– Annette Dunn, Assistant Principal
– Don Emberley, Principal

Home

Welcome to the Juniper Ridge Intermediate’s newly launched website, we are still developing the website, but free free to look around – we’ll be adding new items all the time. Our hope is that this website will provide you with the most up-to-date, relevant and important information so that you can stay informed and make the best decisions during your time at Juniper Ridge Intermediate. Please feel free to explore the website to learn more about our staff, extra-curricular activities and policies.  With a new school comes new opportunities for growth and achievement – we plan to offer special events, important announcements,  much more on this site. On a regular basis, you will be able to view the many great accomplishments of our staff and students so that you too can experience the Juniper Ridge Intermediate “pride” that we wear daily with every smile and a friendly word.