Valentines Spirit Week!
February 8th – 12th
love for comfort and wear your Pajamas to
outfit with your friend or someone special!
Make sure to
show your valentine spirit by wearing red
and pink. There will be a love booth where
friends can take pictures together!
Council will go around and give compliments
to students at lunch!
Make sure to
wear your PA clothes and colors! Our panther
will take cute pictures with students at
African Heritage Month
This year African Heritage Month is honouring the No. 2 Construction
Battalion with the theme of: Legacy of Commitment – They Fought to Fight.
Black men from Nova Scotia, the rest of Canada, the United States, and the
British West Indies formed the
No.2 Construction Battalion, C.E.F. with the largest contingent coming
from Nova Scotia. In March 1917, they went overseas to provide support on
the Western Front in Europe. They assisted in forestry, dug trenches, built
railroads, repaired roads, and laid barbed wire. The Battalion disbanded in
1920. This year during African Heritage Month, we commemorate the 100th
anniversary of the Battalion and honour the legacy of commitment that was
The Guidance Counsellors have begun meeting with our feeder school Grade
9's. The 2016-17 Course Selection book is available
For information about the VIMY 100 trip click
To enroll on the VIMY 100 trip click
To ask a questions about the VIMY 100 trip click
Check out our 2014 2015
Services “Important Dates”
Acadia U. in Room 103 during lunchtime
MSVU - Foyer
University of New Brunswick’s “Transition to University” parent and student
7 pm at the Ramada in Dartmouth.
Please visit unb.ca/recruitment to register.
St. Thomas U in Room 103 during
St FX Information Session, Tuesday,
6:30-8:00pm, Halifax Central Library....RSVP AT:
Important Info from Elections Nova Scotia
SIP Student Insurance
Check out the link above for information on Student Accident Insurance
Nova Scotia Action Plan
On Thursday, January 29th, 2015, the Honourable Karen Casey,
Minister of Education and Early Childhood Development released The
3 Rs: Renew, Refocus and Rebuild, Nova Scotia's Action Plan for
provide a better future for Nova Scotia's students.
New Provincial School Code
of Conduct Policy
New province wide code of conduct policy Sept 1 / 2015 - Click on the
New Provincial Homework Policy
New province wide homework policy Sept 1 / 2015 - Click on the link
Check out PA's dashboard:
Find out more information
about the dashboard at:
HRSB is looking for families to host
click here for more information
Course Selection Book for 2015-16:
Information Session PowerPoint:
may be circumstances when school is cancelled during the day due to severe
weather, power outages or where there is a situation deemed unsafe for our
students to be present.
decision will be communicated to all schools as close to 11:00 a.m. as
Prince Andrew High School is part of the Prince Andrew
Family of Schools. Usually, weather related cancellations will be
announced on the radio according to “Family of Schools’, not the individual
school. Therefore, if you hear announced that the Prince Andrew Family
of School is closed then Prince Andrew High School is closed.
The Halifax Regional School Board takes great care when
making the decision to alter the normal operations of schools in the event
of severe or inclement weather. Decisions on school closures and/or
bus cancellations are posted on the board’s website at
on Twitter at
www.twitter.com/HRSB_Official, recorded on
464-INFO (4636) and communicated to all local radios stations. You can
also receive notice of school and bus cancellations by e-mail or text
message by following the link on the front page (left side) of the HRSB
website. If you interested in learning more on how decisions regarding
closures and cancellations are made, visit
Need help creating your email/moodle account:
Our school uses a
video surveillance system as part of our continued efforts to
support a safe, positive and effective learning environment.
We recognize that the images recorded by this video
surveillance system are personal information and, as with all other
personal information, we take steps to balance privacy rights with
safety and security concerns.
The school has the legal authority to collect this personal
information under Section 24 of Nova Scotia’s
Freedom of Information and
Protection of Privacy Act.
staff has access to our video surveillance equipment and such access
is restricted as required by law.
The system is used to enhance school safety and to deter or
take action in response to unlawful behaviors.
If you have any
questions about video surveillance at our school, please contact the
principal, Greg MacKinnon.
Break down of Student Fees (total: $50 with a locker,
$45 without a locker)
Lockers: $5 (receiving/using a locker is optional)
Field Trips: $10
Prince Andrew is on Twitter.
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Information on School Lock Down
You're not alone. Support and resources are
available to help
is a charitable organization which is the leading provider of emergency
medical information services linked to customized medical bracelets and
necklaces. We are pleased to be able to offer MedicAlert memberships to
students (from age 4 to their 14th birthday) through the
No Child Without®
program in select schools. The financial support of the Government of Canada
and Lions Clubs allows students to receive the MedicAlert membership for
FREE. Please visit the No Child Without website for further
Student Drop Off
are advised to use the driveway closest to the Aliant building, for entrance
and exit, when dropping off students. Student parking is available at
the back of the building and can be accessed through the driveway shared
with NSCC. See
site plan for more information.
to Setup Parent Access to PowerSchool