~Thursday December 17th, 2014~ Happy December! Happy Birthday this week to: Katie M, Jerrid W, Shelby R, Maddie T-L, Allison D, Tasha B, Kenzie A, & Alanta C.~Have a very Safe & Merry Christmas Vacation to all students, staff & parents of PRS!~ Ms Morris was the winner of the turkey dinner in a basket tickets, drawn and sold by Safe Grads. Congratulations Ms Morris and enjoy its cool contents.

About Us

Parrsboro Schools  share a beautiful  piece of green space at the top of King Street, overlooking Main St. and the town of Parrsboro.  Approximately 300 students from  Parrsboro, and local areas including Five Islands, Southhampton, Wards Brook, Port Greville and Diligent River attend our P-6 and 7-12 schools.  Approximately 60% of our students are bused.

We are fortunate to have a diverse, talented and very caring staff which consists of 19 teachers, 1 School Counsellor, 3 Administrators, 3 Educational Assistants, 2 Administrative Assistants,  3 Custodians, 1 part-time Librarian at PRHS and community volunteers support the Elementary library.

Declining enrollment has caused a reduction in staff and consequently  impacted the number and variety of courses offered at the high school.  PRHS has managed to include a range of courses designed to meet the needs, abilities and interest levels of all of our students. Some of the new courses this year include Math 11 at Work, Business Tec 11, Agriculture and Food 11, Leadership 12 and Visual Arts 10.  With the new provincial classroom cap this year, PRES has re-configured Grades P-3 into Primary, Grade 1, Grade 1/2, Grade 2/3 to ensure that all P-3 classes remain at or below 20 students.

Students at the high school are supported by Student Services, with a 60% School Counsellor, Resource Teacher, Youth Health Centre and School Nurse,

The new PRS website,  is in the re-building stages and will be a window into student life at both Parrsboro Schools.






Exciting News

The Visual Arts 10 class will be displaying their illustrated books at 

The Art Lab on Tuesday, December 16th from 6:00-7:30. As many of you 

know we were able to obtain a PAINTS grant and have artist Krista 

Wells instruct our students every Wednesday throughout the fall. This 

evening at the Art Lab will be a celebration of this community and 

school collaboration. All staff are invited to attend!







Wednesday November 19th, the following group of students from Muggies travelled to Truro to participate in the Regional Pitch it! for Northeast/Southwest:

Megan Atkinson, Cassia Bard, Katie Fife and Sascha Hiesberger

Christopher Wilson and Jerrid Willigar came as support....more would have come but not room in the two vehicles.....

There were four JA Companies competiting that night - presenting their product and business to a panel of three judges.

After much deliberation, it was announced that Muggies, a JA Company was the winner!  The prize:  a cheque for $150 towards start-up costs and a pizza party for the students (which took place Dec 9th)





Each Muggie is $12.00 each or you can get 2 for $20.00 - The Company will be selling at the Co-op (Dec 12, 13, 14, 23 and 24 - while supplies last) - They also will be attending the Community Christmas Sale this Saturday, Dec 13th at the Fundy Geological Museum from 10:00am to 2:00pm


Congratulations Muggies!!



On Halloween night students from Mrs. Siddall and Ms. Kernohan's leadership class ran a

We Scare Hunger campaign around town collecting items for the food bank instead of trick or treating.

The leadership class students as well as other students that helped from the school collected over

620 lbs of food for our local food bank. 


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