Liverpool Regional High School

EXAMS


All courses with exams are listed below along with the location and the scheduled time and date:



Monday, January 24, 2022

Exam Block: 8:45am-11:30am

(students should arrive by their regular time, before 8:35am to be marked present and to receive materials and instructions from exam supervisor)



GRADE 9: All grade nine students will have regular classes on this day



Course

Location

Exam Room Supervisor

Francais 10 (Immersion)

Room 234

Mr. Russell

English 10 (Provincial Exam)

Room 102 (B block students)

Ms. Swim

English 10 (Provincial Exam)

Room 112 (A block students)

Mr. Ambrocichuk

Mi’kmaw Studies 11

Room 227

Ms. Ross

Biology 11

Room 208

Ms. Baldwin-Penny

Math at Work 11

Room 205

Ms. Haughn

Sociology 12

Room 211

Ms. Stewart

Chemistry 12

Room 223

Mr. Curry


  • Please be on time for exams and arrive with all necessary materials to complete the exam.

  • It is a good idea as well to bring a book with you to read as you will not be permitted to leave the exam room until a specified time.

  • All exams will take place in the morning session (8:45-11:30)

  • Lunch can be purchased from the cafeteria after exams if necessary after the exam (11:45)

  • Students are expected to arrange their own transportation if they wish to leave before 2:35pm and must have a note signed by a parent / guardian. Parents / Guardians can also notify the office via email that they give permission for their children to leave after their exam period.

  • All Gr. 10, 11, and 12 students remaining after lunch must attend study hall or academic support, there will not be scheduled classes in the afternoon.

  • Students should familiarize themselves with the exam rules which will be posted in each exam room. For your convenience there is a copy provided for you with this schedule.







Tuesday, January 25, 2002

Exam Block: 8:45am-11:30am

(students should arrive by their regular time, before 8:35am to be marked present and to receive materials and instructions from exam supervisor)



GRADE 9: All grade nine students will have regular classes on this day



Course

Location

Exam Room Supervisor

Math 10 (Common Assessment)

Room 223

Mr. Curry

Math 10 (Common Assessment)

Room 208

Ms. Baldwin-Penny

Science 10

Room 231

Mr. Smart

Histoire Du Canada 11

Room 233

Ms. Smith

Chemistry 11

Room 229

Mr. Deighton

Global History 12

Room 227

Ms. Ross

Pre-Calculus 11

Room 205

Ms. Haughn

Alternate Exam Room (*)

Room 111

Mr. Symes

(*) The Alternate Exam Room will be reserved for those students that have conflicts in their schedule due to guidelines around Provincial assessments and common assessments. These students will be notified by the school and will be provided their own individual exam schedule which may differ from the one above.


  • Please be on time for exams and arrive with all necessary materials to complete the exam.

  • It is a good idea as well to bring a book with you to read as you will not be permitted to leave the exam room until a specified time.

  • All exams will take place in the morning session (8:45-11:30)

  • Lunch can be purchased from the cafeteria after exams if necessary after the exam (11:45)

  • Students are expected to arrange their own transportation if they wish to leave before 2:35pm and must have a note signed by a parent / guardian. Parents / Guardians can also notify the office via email that they give permission for their children to leave after their exam period.

  • All Gr. 10, 11, and 12 students remaining after lunch must attend study hall or academic support, there will not be scheduled classes in the afternoon.

  • Students should familiarize themselves with the exam rules which will be posted in each exam room. For your convenience there is a copy provided for you with this schedule.






Wednesday, January 26, 2002

Exam Block: 8:45am-11:30am

(students should arrive by their regular time, before 8:35am to be marked present and to receive materials and instructions from exam supervisor)



Course

Location

Exam Room Supervisor

Science 9.1

Room 233

Ms. MacPherson

Citizenship 9.2

Room 227

Ms. Ross

Science 9.3

Room 234

Mr. Russell

English 9.4

Room 111

Mr. Symes

Sciences 10 (Immersion)

Room 202

Ms. Martin

Math Extended 11

Room 205

Ms. Haughn

Oceans 11 (C block section)

Room 231

Mr. Smart

English 12

Room 211

Ms. Stewart

Alternate Exam Room (*)

Room 229

Mr. White

(*) The Alternate Exam Room will be reserved for those students that have conflicts in their schedule due to guidelines around Provincial assessments and common assessments. These students will be notified by the school and will be provided their own individual exam schedule which may differ from the one above.


  • Please be on time for exams and arrive with all necessary materials to complete the exam.

  • It is a good idea as well to bring a book with you to read as you will not be permitted to leave the exam room until a specified time.

  • All exams will take place in the morning session (8:45-11:30)

  • Lunch can be purchased from the cafeteria after exams if necessary after the exam (11:45)

  • Students are expected to arrange their own transportation if they wish to leave before 2:35pm and must have a note signed by a parent / guardian. Parents / Guardians can also notify the office via email that they give permission for their children to leave after their exam period.

  • All students remaining after lunch must attend study hall or academic support, there will not be scheduled classes in the afternoon.

  • Students should familiarize themselves with the exam rules which will be posted in each exam room. For your convenience there is a copy provided for you with this schedule.







Thursday, January 27, 2002

Exam Block: 8:45am-11:30am

(students should arrive by their regular time, before 8:35am to be marked present and to receive materials and instructions from exam supervisor)



Course

Location

Exam Room Supervisor

Math (semestered) 11

Room 205

Ms. Haughn

Canadian Families 12

Room 102

Ms. Swim

Psychology 12

Room 211

Ms. Stewart

Oceans 11 (D block section)

Room 231

Mr. Smart

Mathematics 9.1

Room 204

Ms. Joudrey

Mathematics 9.2

Room 205

Ms. Baldwin-Penny

Mathématiques 9.3 (Immersion)

Room 201

Ms. Martin

Mathématiques 9.4 (Immersion)

Room 202

Ms. MacPherson

Alternate Exam Room (*)

Room 112

Mr. Framp

(*) The Alternate Exam Room will be reserved for those students that have conflicts in their schedule due to guidelines around Provincial assessments and common assessments. These students will be notified by the school and will be provided their own individual exam schedule which may differ from the one above.



  • Please be on time for exams and arrive with all necessary materials to complete the exam.

  • It is a good idea as well to bring a book with you to read as you will not be permitted to leave the exam room until a specified time.

  • All exams will take place in the morning session (8:45-11:30)

  • Lunch can be purchased from the cafeteria after exams if necessary after the exam (11:45)

  • Students are expected to arrange their own transportation if they wish to leave before 2:35pm and must have a note signed by a parent / guardian. Parents / Guardians can also notify the office via email that they give permission for their children to leave after their exam period.

  • All students remaining after lunch must attend study hall or academic support, there will not be scheduled classes in the afternoon.

  • Students should familiarize themselves with the exam rules which will be posted in each exam room. For your convenience there is a copy provided for you with this schedule.








LRHS Exam Rules


  1. All exams are to be a maximum 3 hours in length

  2. All exams will begin at 8:45 am

  3. Extra time may be permitted with prior approval from the classroom teacher and the resource department

  4. Exams can comprise 15%-30% of the final mark for the course.

  5. All personal belongings (backpacks, bookbags, etc.) will be placed at the front of the room

  6. All cell phones must be on “silent” mode and place in a designated area by the teacher

  7. Students must remain in the exam classroom for a minimum of 1 hour. Once the exam is completed and checked over by the student, they may quietly leave the exam room after the first hour

  8. Once finished their exam, students must leave the examination area (hallway)

  9. Students must return all school owned materials pertaining to the course (textbooks, manipulatives, etc) by the day of their final exam for the course

  10. Students must come prepared with all materials necessary to complete the exam (pencils, calculators, pens, rulers, etc.). There will be no sharing of materials.

  11. There will be no communication of any kind between students during exam periods. Communication between students during the exam would constitute cheating

  12. Any students caught or proven to be cheating during exams will receive a mark of zero for the exam in question. Please note a mark of zero can be given at any time while the student is in the exam room, even after their exam is passed in.

  13. There will be no re-writes for exams


Leaving School Property after exams: All students that have no scheduled exams in the afternoon may leave school property with prior parental permission. This permission may be written and signed notes, phone calls or emails to the school. Students are responsible for their own transportation if they choose to leave early. Those students who remain at school after scheduled exams will attend the Learning Commons (quiet study area), Academic Support or supervised in a teachers classroom if previously arranged by the student with the teacher.


Are you worried about having enough food?

Help With Groceries:

*Saint Vincent de Paul 902 527 6431

*Salvation Army 902 543 5471

FOOD BANKS:

*Bridgewater Food Bank 902 543 1915 Tuesday and Friday 1-3:30pm

150 Churchill Street

*Chester 101 Valley Road 902 275 5304 Open Wednesdays

*Lunenburg 283 Lincoln Street 902 634 4035 phone in order

*Mahone Bay 45 School Street 902 624 0890 2nd & 4th Tuesday 9-11am

*New Germany 4960 Hwy 10 Wednesdays 10-12

*Liverpool 344 Main Street 902 354 4894 Tuesdays 10-3pm

Free Cooked Meals:

*Souls Harbour 902 405 4663 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 12:30-2:30pm

136 Pleasant Street Bridgewater

*Community Café Wednesdays open 4:30 meal served at 5:30 St Paul’s Lutheran Church , take out available for those not vaccinated.

25 Phoenix Street Bridgewater

***If you have other needs such as clothing or heating contact St Vincent de Paul or Salvation Army at the numbers provided above***


Welcome Back to Liverpool Regional High School!

We are happy to welcome new and returning students and their families to our website. The purpose of our website is to support student learning and make it easier for families to partner with the school as needed.

Our goal is that students receive the best possible education in an environment that is welcoming, fair and supportive, and where everyone has high expectations and works together for the good of all. Our students are the reason why we are here. We are committed to helping our students reach their educational goals and achieve success.


The support of families is crucial to student success. Education is a partnership between the school and home and this partnership is enhanced when parents feel involved and informed about school life.

We hope that the information provided on this website is useful and we welcome any feedback. For students, if there is something you would like to see added to our website, just let your teacher know. For families, we welcome your feedback via email to:
lrhsvp@ssrce.ca.


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