Athletes Honoured at Awards Night
Here's your chance to vote
Liam Morton, a Hantsport School Grade 6 student won the Young Citizen’s Award at the Annapolis Valley Regional School Board Heritage Fair. With this award came the opportunity to submit a video on his heritage project to Young Citizens. Two students from each province will be selected to go to Ottawa in the fall to Canada’s History Youth Forum. The public can vote for videos online from June 13th to July 6th-this voting makes up 50% of the total score.
Take a look at his very interesting and well done video and add your vote.
June Newsletter now available - click here
Local Library Offers Summer Programs
The Isabel & Roy Jodrey Memorial Library, 10 Main Street in Hantsport is offering a summer's worth of programs for kids. Click here for the brochure
Good News Shared at Assembly
A recent assembly of staff and students with special guest, April Hiltz, Mi'kmaq Specialist with the AVRSB, honoured students for a variety recent accomplishments. Our school was honoured with another Terry Fox banner recognizing 35 years of continuous participation in the annual walk. These banners will be displayed in the gym after the summer cleaning has been done.
Ms. Lockhart presented bags and running logs to members of this year's running club and made note of how well the students did this year in the particulaly cold and wet weather for the annual Valley Fun Run.
April Hiltz, Mi'kmaq Specialist with the AVRSB, made presentations to students who were recognized at the Regional and Provimcial levels of the Annual Heritage Fair this year.
Some pictures are included below in the school's slide show.
Ticks and Lyme Disease Awareness
At this time of year it’s important to be aware and careful in areas where there may be blacklegged ticks (also called deer ticks), which can carry the germ that causes Lyme disease. Important information can be found by clicking this link www.novascotia.ca/hpp/cdpc/lyme.asp
Hantsport School Happenings
Grade 6-8 Parent Information for the Chromebook Project
Students in grades 6-8 will have the opportunity receive a Chromebook (a device very much like a laptop computer) to use in their studies at Hantsport School.
Here is an FAQ document and the Policies and Procedures for this project.
Here is a great link to information on the Mi'kmaq people
Learn some words in Mi'kmaq!
O'Canada in Mi'kmaq
Scent Free School
Hantsport School reminds parents and guardians that we are a scent-free school. Please remember this when applying sunsceen and other skin products on your child.
Welcome to Hantsport School ...
"Sailing Toward the Future."
Situated in the heart of the port town of Hantsport, Nova Scotia, and a member of the Annapolis Valley Regional School Board, Hantsport School is proud to offer educational, social and personal growth opportunities. It is Hantsport School's chief goal to provide a safe and supportive learning environment for all of its students, to promote personal leadership, and to have respect for others.
Hantsport School is a P-8 school with approximately 170 students and 25 staff members. With a strong staff that is committed to providing the best opportunities for its students, Hantsport School is proud to serve its local communities.
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Hantsport Mission Statement
Hantsport School, as a community of learners, is committed to promoting and ensuring a supportive, caring and respectful environment. We believe this will be achieved through mutual trust, cooperation, communication, understanding and responsible decision making. We encourage the achievement of personal excellence in all endeavours.