Race Relations, Cross Cultural Understanding and Human Rights (RCH) aims to advance social justice and equity in all sectors of our education community. RCH provides in-school support through a regional coordinator and student support workers.
Other RCH services and support include, but are not limited to:
- Promoting inclusive education for students of all beliefs, races, religions, cultures and lifestyles.
- Providing anti-racism, anti-discrimination and anti-homophobic education to students, staff and the school community.
- Providing counseling and intervention with regards to bullying and/or cyber-bullying.
- Engaging in outreach and consultation processes with appropriate community partners.
- Developing professional development opportunities for staff related to RCH.
Use the link below to read the PVEC Annual Report:
Do you want to become a lifeguard? .. You start with taking Bronze Medallion ( must be 13) & Bronze Cross ( must be 14)
November 7 - 6:00 - 9:30 pm
November 8 - 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
November 9 - 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Register Now! Online at <http://www.lclc.ca> www.lclc.ca or phone
Early Dismissal Days - Come out and have a Skate (1:30-2:30) and then take in
our Fall Fun Swim! ( 2:00-4:00pm) Oct 22, Nov 5, Nov 19, Dec 3.
Parents are the single greatest influence on their child's education and career decisions.
That's why the Department of Education offers Parents as Career Coaches, a program offered at no cost to parents and guardians of junior and senior high school students across Nova Scotia. This program equips parents to better support their children in making informed and successful education and career choices.
Senior High School Program
The two evening session helps parents understand the critical role they play in assisting their child to recognize their interests & unique talents.
The sessions also explore what employers consider to be critical skills, qualities, and attitudes required in today's and tomorrow' labour market.
When your children are getting ready to transition from high school to post-secondary or into the workforce, this program will help you and your child use career planning tools and explore opportunities that suit your child's interests and skills.
Park View Education Centre will host Senior High Sessions which take two evenings to complete.
Monday, November 3 and Wednesday, November 5, 2014
6:30 - 9:30 pm (each evening)
To sign up for workshops, visit www.parentsascareercoaches.ca
If you do not have internet access or do not wish to register on the website, please contact the school office to add your name to the list.
Grad Photos Update:
Unique Images will return on Thursday, Oct. 30 to finish photographing all Grade 12 students who have not had their grad photo done. In order to have your Grad Photo in the yearbook and on the composite, you must have a Unique Images Photo! The minimum $5 session for two proofs is included in your Grad Fee. Additional poses are $5 for every two proofs. Please bring cash on Oct. 30. They will be located on the cafeteria stage.
Please see Mrs. Foote if you have any questions.
Any students with Grad Photo Orders can give them directly to Unique Images on Oct 30, or give them to Mrs. Foote with payment enclosed.