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Nuts, Sesame, Scents


Please do not bring nut (peanuts, tree nuts) or sesame (includes hummus which is made from sesame seeds) products into our school.
There are students and staff at BA who have LIFE THREATENING ALLERGIES to these foods. As well, be aware that we are a scent "sensitive" property as we have staff and students with severe scent sensitivities.

School Start Time

Instruction starts sharply at 8:25am for all students.
We ask that students arrive no later than 8:20am so they have plenty of time to get prepared for their morning lessons. Students are welcome to enter the school at 8:05am.

Extra-Curricular Awards Celebration Video

2020-2021

National STEAM Summer Camp Informtion

National STEAM Camp Flyer and Registration.pdf

End of Year Celebrations

Thursday, June 10th, 2021

Dear Bluenose Academy Families,

We thank you for your time and patience as we continue to navigate together the conclusion of our 2020-2021 school year. Once again, COVID-19 has significantly impacted the wonderful June traditions we have always enjoyed at Bluenose Academy. Due to the Health and Safety protocols we are unable to have any in-person ceremonies or celebrations. Therefore, our BA staff is working diligently to create FIVE year end video presentations to celebrate the accomplishment of our students and bring the school year to an end. If all goes as expected, the videos will be viewed at school with our students first on the dates below, and then be made available for viewing by the families on the same day via our school website.

Extra-Curricular Awards (Grades 6-9) -- Monday, June 21st, 2021

Band Pop Concert -- Friday, June 25th, 2021

Celebration of Students (Grades 2-8) -- Monday, June 28th, 2021

Grade 9 Closing Tribute -- Monday, June 28th, 2021

Drama Production (“Willy Wonka Jr.”) -- (September, 2021 Viewing)

Check out our new Look!!

Bluenose Academy proudly displays the Mi’kmaq, Acadian, African Nova Scotian and Pride flags next to their Canadian and Nova Scotian flags.

This permanent display is a symbol of the school’s inclusive vision to make every student, staff member and family feel welcomed, valued and respected!

Device Tips SSRCE.pdf

Updated COVID-19 information from the Regional Centre

April 26th, 2021

COVID-19 Update April 26, 2021

There were a number of new restrictions announced at today’s COVID-19 provincial briefing. Beginning immediately, the community use of schools is suspended until further notice and any event between two or more schools is cancelled. SSRCE schools are still currently permitted to have afterschool practices/intramurals only.

Currently, SSRCE’s schools remain open for in-person learning. According to a number of health experts, in-person schooling remains the best place for children’s social, emotional, physical and mental well-being. With that said, we remain prepared to make the switch to an at home learning model, should we be directed to do so by Public Health.

Understandably, this is an anxious time. Please know, if there’s a case of COVID-19 identified in any of our schools, Public Health will advise us immediately and the school community will then be contacted.

Families who choose to keep their children home will not be receiving special at home work packages. If work is available through google classrooms as part of the teacher’s regular routines, students may access these learning materials. If parents are looking to keep their children home on a long-term basis, they should refer to Nova Scotia’s Office of Homeschooling.

We thank you for your ongoing cooperation.

Ashley Gallant

Coordinator of Communications

South Shore Regional & Tri-County Regional Centres for Education

Cell: (902) 521-9712

: ssrce.ca

Updated COVID information from the Regional Centre

April 23rd, 2021

Feeling Unwell - Principals - Fact-sheet_APRIL 21.pdf

Bluenose Academy's Grades 1-6 Choir performs "The Ballad of the Bluenose" and "Happy Birthday" in celebration of the Bluenose's 100th birthday!

BA Band Program's March Mini Concert!

Grade 9 Outdoor Education

March 3, 2021

Large day for these Grade 9 students celebrating their final Outdoor Ed. Expedition. Challenging ice, wind, cold temperatures and a student solo were all met head on! Well Done Grade 9!

Family Literacy Day at BA

January 27, 2021

Primary (born in 2016) & Pre-Primary (born in 2017) Registration for September 2021 was the week of January 11th - 15th

THE REGISTRATION PROCESS HAS CHANGED DUE TO COVID19 PROTOCOL AND WILL BE ON-LINE ONLY.

You will find the on-line link for Registration at: https://ssrce.ca
(click on the School Registration 2020-2021 link found in the box on the right of the page or you can use the links below!


Primary Registration Info for 2021-2022

Primary Registration Form for the 2021-2022 School Year

Important Parent pick up Information for the end of the school day!

Parent pick up no gathering and no dogs Dec 2020.pdf

Important Parent Information for Parent drop off/pick up!

Reminder to Parents Drop off Loop Dec 2020.pdf

Outdoor Education at BA!

Grade 9 Ernst completed their Outdoor Education session with their day trip to Mason's Beach on Wednesday, December 9th!

Grade 9 Adventure Day!

October 14th, 2020

Our Grade 9s enjoyed and day and a half of activities in place of their annual Grade 9 Retreat. They enjoyed their Guest speaker, Tyler Hayden, making Grade 9 t-shirts, learning how to paint with water colour, learned how to sea kayak with Cape Lahave Adventures, and enjoyed the beautiful surroundings of the Town of Lunenburg!