2014-15 Daily Announcements
Ten Reasons Why Students Should be Regular Power School Users
Nova Scotia International Student Program
2014-15 LHS Bus Schedule
Improvement Plan (PFI)
Planning an Extended
Trip/Planning a Family Trip/Paddlers
Plan for Communicating Student Learning
Request for an extension for major assessment
Midday School Cancellation
HRSB Regional Code of Conduct
Reaching out for help when you have lost Hope.
Supplies List - Grade 9
1st Day of Classes for ALL Students:
Wednesday, September 3rd – Day A
ensure parents are aware of the board’s policy and procedures for
canceling busses and/or schools in the event of inclement weather,
please be advised of the following.
The Halifax Regional School Board takes great care when making the
decision to alter the normal operations of schools in the event of
severe or inclement weather. Decisions on school closures and/or bus
cancellations are posted on the board’s website at
, on Twitter at
www.twitter.com/HRSB_Official, recorded on 464-INFO (4636) and
communicated to all local radio stations. You can also receive
notice of school and bus cancellations by e-mail or text message by
following the link on the front page (left side) of the HRSB
Always exercise caution when crossing
streets or walking in crosswalks. Please consider removing
headphones or ear buds to remove distractions when walking or
Lockview High School
Follow your school at:
Program of Learning Assessment for Nova Scotia
for information about the Program of Learning Assessment for Nova
Scotia, the most recent provincial, national, and international
assessment results, and the 2012-2013 Nova Scotia Assessment
Respect for our Community/Neighborhood
Unfortunately, we have been receiving phone calls to the school from
our surrounding neighbors and community regarding parking and
littering on streets and private property.
announcement is to remind students to observe all municipal laws
including parking and littering.
Reminder to our School Community
Lockview High School is a
scent-sensitive environment, as outlined in our Student Handbook on
page 32. To that end we ask students, staff and visitors to
use/wear unscented personal care products.
Recent events throughout Nova Scotia school communities and
even in our own school communities within the Halifax Regional
School Board have made us more aware than ever of the
devastating and tragic effects of bullying.
Bullying is about human relationships, power and control.
Bullying is intentional, hurtful and repeated behavior that
intimidates, threatens harm, or victimizes another person to
make the victim feel weaker.
Some of the ways bullying behaviors differ from inappropriate
Bullying is a repeated behavior
Bullying is an unfair match and/or there is a power
imbalance or abuse of power
Bullying is intentional and hurtful behavior
The behavior is intended to threaten, intimidate, or
If you believe you are being bullied or if you believe a
friend or classmate is being bullied, tell an adult - report the
incident to your principal, vice-principal or school counselor.