Liverpool Regional High School

We have been advised of a suspected case of head lice in our school. While head lice are a nuisance, they are not a disease and are a common childhood condition. Exclusion from school is not required.

Parent/guardians are asked to watch their child for signs of head lice, which includes an itchy scalp, small white eggs (nits) attached to the hair shaft close to the scalp, commonly found behind the ears and at the nape of neck. If detected, it is important that all household members be checked for the presence of lice and treated if they have it. Anyone with head lice should be treated right away and then retreated in 7 to 10 days.

If you suspect your child may have head lice, please contact a health care provider for treatment if required or 811 for advice. Review the Public Health Pamphlet at: https://www.novascotia.ca/dhw/publications/public-health-education/07135-head-lice-pamphlet-en.pdf for more information.

Thank you to everyone for making the band/music/outdoor education Fish Fundraiser a success again this fall!

We heard back from our supplier that the fish will arrive at LRHS for 3pm on Thursday. When you come in the school parking lot please go left around the bus loop behind the school. We will be set up out front and have two lane's set up so you don't even need to get out of your car.

Reminder you may want a plastic tote to put your fish in as it has been iced for travel and the bags or boxes may be wet.

If you have any questions please feel free to contact me at 902.523.2539

We look forward to seeing you Thursday and thank you for your support!


LRHS Band/Music/Outdoor Education

Chantel Corkum & David White


Some school absences are unavoidable. We understand that. The important thing is that your child attend class as often as possible


Absences add up quick. Missing just two days a month is the same as missing 15% of the school year. And missing this valuable in-person instructional time has a direct impact on the overall achievement and well-being of our students.



NEW CAFETERIA PRICES FOR 2022-23

RootED School Food Program

Cafeteria Prices

RECESS

Recess Item


Daily Baked Goods: Muffin, Cookie, Black Bean Brownie etc. $1.50


Nachos & Salsa $3.00


Fruit Cup & Dip $3.00


Yogurt Parfait $3.00


Cheese & Crackers $2.50


Smoothie $2.50


Veggie Sticks & Dip $2.50


Fresh Fruit: Banana, Apple or Orange $1.00


LUNCH

Lunch Special $5.50

Sandwichs (Egg, Chicken, Tuna, and Ham and Cheese) $3.50

Chicken Ceasar Wraps $4.50

Salad Bar $4.00

Hamburgers $4.50

EVERY DAY ITEMS

$2.50 Items / $3.00 Items

Cup of Soup

Cup of Soup with Biscuit or Roll

Grilled Cheese

Small Caesar Salad

Toasted Bagel with Butter or Cream Cheese

1/2 Chicken Caesar or Ranch Wrap

Small Pasta or Grain Salad

Small Garlic Fingers and Donair Sauce

1/2 Egg, Tuna or Ham Sandwich

1/2 Ham and Cheese Sub (3")

Baked Potato with Broccoli and Cheese Sauce

DRINKS

Milk (Not included in meal price)

$0.40

100% Juice 200ml Boxes

$1.50

Bubbly - Carbonated Water

$1.50

Bottled Water

$1.50

Drinks offered may vary


Grade 12 Information

Scholarship and Bursary Link 2022/2023

Dear school community,

We are still recruiting families to host international students in September.

Interested?

Your hospitality can make all the difference to a student’s experience and it is our hope that by becoming a host family, it will mark the beginning of a relationship that will last a lifetime!

What’s Required of a Host Family?

Families interested in hosting must provide the student with an approved bedroom, three healthy meals per day, and treat them like a member of their family. All family members 18 and older need to provide a Criminal Record Check and Child Abuse Registry Check.

Financial Compensation

Host families volunteer to host International Students. Families receive $725 per month (per student) to cover incurred expenses while students are living with them, such as meals, providing transportation for activities, etc. This amount is non-taxable.

Click here to fill out a form to receive more info or contact Steven McGill at mcgills@ssrce.ca or 902-521-8092.



Yearbooks:


Folks spring is upon us and the LRHS Yearbook is coming together nicely! Please be sure to purchase your yearbook online at ybpay.ca . Yearbooks can also be purchased on select days in the lobby at LRHS or by seeing Mr. White. LRHS is pleased to announce with the generous support of sponsors including the Liverpool Lions Club, Liverpool Kinsmen and Liverpool Kiwanis Club in conjunction with the support of LRHS's School Advisory and Student Councils we are able to offer yearbooks to students for $25 a piece again this year--this is actually below the cost of production. So a huge thank you to these groups for supporting our students!


Note: If you choose to have your book personalized there is an additional fee of $5


Masking at Schools Extended until at least May 20

The Department of Education and Early Childhood Development announced today that the mask requirement in Nova Scotia’s public schools and on school buses will remain in place until at least the May long weekend. During this time, we will also continue wearing masks in our SSRCE offices and worksites.

As a reminder, this means students, staff, outside service providers, volunteers, and visitors must continue to wear a mask during school instructional hours and while on school buses.

This decision will be reassessed closer to May 20 and we will keep you updated.

To read today’s full news release visit: https://novascotia.ca/news/release/?id=20220413001

As well, more information is available on the Back to School Plan website at: https://backtoschool.ednet.ns.ca/


Interested in Hosting an International Student?

SSRCE needs host families now for September. Your hospitality can make all the difference to a student’s experience and it is our hope that by becoming a host family, it will mark the beginning of a relationship that will last a lifetime!

Hosting isn’t just about giving a student food and shelter. It can be a truly rewarding experience that melds cultural sharing with personal development and great memories, as you learn about your student and integrate them into your daily life.

What’s Required of a Host Family?

Families interested in hosting must provide the student with a private bedroom, three healthy meals per day and treat them like a member of their family. All family members 18 and older need to provide a Criminal Record Check and Child Abuse Registry Checks.

Financial Compensation

Host families volunteer to host International Students, but are compensated monthly for expenses incurred while a student lives with them, such as meals, and gas to pick them up from social activities, etc.

Contact to Learn More

Please email or call to learn more about becoming to become a host family. More info is also available online: https://ssrce.ca/host/

Steven McGill

mcgills@ssrce.ca

902-521-8092



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.


Happy Learning!



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New Host Families Required for International Students (Arriving February 2023)