We are placing an order for the Rankin Track Suits.
* The suits are black with a green insert on the shoulders and white piping. These are the same suits we have had for several years now.
* Payment must accompany the order.
* We are placing the order on Friday September 19 at the end of the day.
* Students are trying on sample sizes and taking the order form home with the information.
* Parents please sign the order form confirming the sizes chosen.
Highlanders on bottom back of jacket $10
Name of Sleeve $3
Soccer Ball on pants $3
Add Tax: 15%
Open to all Cape Breton-Victoria Regional School Board students in Grades 5-12. Two deadlines/school year: Applications must be received on or before September 30th 2014. Applications should be for instruments, lessons, honour groups, etc. May applications (May 15th 2015 deadline) should be for summer music camps, post-secondary education, etc.The form can be found by clicking the link below.
|The Christmas Island Fair will be held Saturday September 20 at the Christmas Island Firehall. Exhibits of all kinds are welcome. Booklets and Tags for exhibits will be available at the Post Offices, the Beaver Cove Take Out and Rankin School. A Flea Market will be held; call Kevin MacKenzie to book a table if you would like to sell items.
The Cape Breton Antique and Custom Car Club will be displaying some of their vehicles at the same time. BBQ’ed hot dogs and pop will also be sold on the patio.
Welcome back to students and staff for the 2014-2015 school year. We are excited to see what the year has in store. See you on Thursday!
Please check out our new section of back to school information: http://rankinschoolofthenarrows.com/back-to-school/
We wish to welcome our students, staff, and parents to the 2014/15 school year. We hope you have had an opportunity to relax and enjoy a beautiful Cape Breton summer. As we begin another school year, we wish our graduates of 2014 well in their future career plans and welcome students and parents new to our Board.
Our focus will continue to be on student achievement, particularly in the areas of literacy and numeracy. To this end, many of our teaching staff have been involved with our Programs department in professional development over the summer months. Our technology staff has worked diligently over July and August to refresh computers in schools and continue improvements in our existing wireless infrastructure.
Our Human Resources department has worked throughout the summer to ensure that administrative and teaching vacancies are filled. While both our Finance and HR departments have been preparing for the provincial business integration initiative, our Operations staff has managed a number of construction projects. As well, routine painting and repairs have been completed, our Transportation department has ensured our buses are ready, and now our cleaning staff is busy ensuring schools will be bright and shiny for opening day.
We wish to take this opportunity to thank all our staff for their commitment to create safe and comfortable environments to support student learning.
We are looking forward to another exciting school year for students and to working with all students, parents, and staff as partners in our Board’s goals:
- To prepare students for the 21stcentury by providing highly skilled staff and integrated curriculum.
- To provide safe, healthy and equitable learning and working environments for all staff and students.
- For all departments (Finance, Human Resources, Operations and Programs) to work collaboratively to maximize student access to programs and services.
Lorne Green Beth MacIsaac
Board Chair Superintendent of Schools