Morell High boys group looking after their spinach plants.
As you are aware, Morell Regional High School is one of the schools that would be affected by the recommendations of the recently released Schools Review Report that was completed for the PSB by Bob Andrews. Since its release, there have been questions asked about the proposed new zones and how these may impact where students could potentially attend school.
Mr. Andrews has informed us that if you have questions about where your child will be zoned, it is best to contact him by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. He would ask that you provide him with your civic address.
You can also reach him by phone at 902-368-5868. Mr. Andrews will respond to your zone question so that you get the correct information.
We have also been asked to inform the school community that the Online Submission form to allow the public to provide input on the recommendations in the Category II School Change Study Reports has been changed to allow anonymous submissions.
The link is as follows:
Thank you for your attention to this matter.
Yearbooks have arrived and are available for pick-up in the office. There are extra copies available for purchase for $25.
On behalf of the Public Schools Branch Board of Directors and in accordance with the School Change policy, you are being provided with a copy of a resolution the Board passed on September 27, 2016. The resolution is in response to the Review of Schools recommendations.
Be it resolved that the Board of Directors accept the recommendation in the Review of Schools for the Morell Family of Schools that a more in-depth study of the Morell Family of Schools be done and that options for a Category II Change be explored for the following schools:
- Morell Regional High School
- Morell Consolidated School
- Stewart Consolidated School
The Review of Schools, recommendations, resolutions and additional information have been posted on the Better Learning for All website at:
Reasonable opportunities for further discussion, the exchange of data and an exploration of options will be made available to interested persons and affected parties. Once the final report and recommendations have been completed, the Board will receive public input over a 60 day period before making its final decision.
Breakfasts are $3.00.
Monday- Veggie Omelet
Wednesday- Ham & Eggs
Friday- Bacon & Eggs
Daily specials are $4.25
Monday- Chicken Burgers
Tuesday – Mac & Cheese
Wednesday – Chinese
Thursday – Chicken Nuggets
Anyone wishing to have either salad or baked potato for lunch are asked to order at morning break.