Dr. T.L. Sullivan

UP Coming Events/News

Don't forget -- Tomorrow we are having Turkey Dinner with all the trimmings for lunch. Regular cost is $6:50 but Students will only pay $3:00

All Grade 6 - 8 Students are Attending the Highlanders Basketball Game Thursday Dec 13th. STUDENTS MUST HAVE THEIR PERMISSION SLIPS PASSED IN TO ATTEND


Grades P-5 Christmas Concert

Our Christmas Concert is scheduled for Tuesday, December 18th at 7:00 p.m.

We will be selling tickets to the concert for $2.00 each. They MUST be purchased before the night of the concert so we can manage the number of people in the gym for fire regulations.

Please send in the amount of money for the number of tickets you want and we will send them home with your child. It might be a good idea to put the money in a baggie or an envelope that is clearly marked with your child’s name and the number of tickets you’re looking for.

We will have a Grandparent’s Concert in the afternoon. This will basically be our dress rehearsal. It will be exactly the same as the evening concert without the fancy clothes! So if you have any family members who are unable to attend the evening concert, they are more that welcome to come to our afternoon Grandparents’ Concert. We will take a silver collection at the door –no tickets needed.

Any students in grade 6-8 who attend the evening concert must be accompanied by a parent or guardian and they must have a ticket.


Turkey Dinner for Lunch – Dec. 12th


Our cafeteria staff is going to be busy preparing a delicious turkey dinner with all the trimmings: sliced roast turkey, mashed potatoes, homemade dressing, seasonal vegetables, gravy, milk and cookie. The cost is $6.50 but we will only be charging students $3.00 for the meal. The school will pay the additional cost. Merry Christmas! We hope that the majority of our students will get to enjoy this yummy meal as a TL family! Our P-5 students can bring their money in and give it to their teacher to order it for them.



Hour of Code December 3-9

"Coding, an initiative in Nova Scotia's Action Plan for Education, is an essential skill which promotes problem solving, teamwork, critical thinking, and innovation."

Click on the Graphic above to access the CBVRSB site for the hour of code

Resolving Concerns

If you have concern about your child at school, we want to work with you to resolve it. We encourage you to start by communicating with your child’s teacher—open communication can often help resolve concerns at this level. If you feel more action is needed, please contact the principal. If the concern still requires attention, staff at our Regional Centre for Education - CB-VRCE can help. http://cbvrce.ca/home/