Destiny Speck and Owain Jewell
The 2017/2018 school year has ended.
The school office will be open until July 13, 2018
The school office will be closed for the break until August 20, 2018
Office hours are from 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
The office will be closed for lunch from 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
We wish everyone a safe and happy summer break.
Thanks again for all who supported this event!
Video by Strategic Natural Resource Consultants
NISS is hosting a Grade 7 Parent meeting and tour of the school
Wednesday, June 13 @ 6:00 p.m. in the Learning Commons
You are invited to a Fine Arts showcase & Student Art Sale at
North Island Secondary School
June 14 from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
THANK YOU FOR ALL OF YOUR SUPPORT!
On Friday, June 22 at 09:00 a.m., Grade 11 students are required to complete the Graduation Numeracy Assessment. Completion of this assessment is a requirement of the new graduation program.
The Graduation Numeracy Assessment is based on mathematical concepts learned across multiple subjects from Kindergarten to Grade 12, with an emphasis on K-9. It requires students to solve problems by using the five numeracy processes (different ways of thinking and working).: interpret, apply, solve, analyze and communicate.
Please visit the link below for a Parent brochure:
Also, more detailed information, including samples exams, videos, and other supports can be found at:
May 11, 2018
To Parents and Guardians,
A case of Scabies disease has been confirmed within our school. The three classrooms that were exposed have been thoroughly cleaned and sanitized and the child is being treated at home.
We wish to assure parents that the health and safety of our students is always a priority. We have been in contact with the health authority and the family involved. If you suspect your child has a contagious disease, please keep your child at home and contact public health or your family doctor.
Signs and Symptoms: An infectious disease of the skin with itching caused by a mite that burrows under the skin and lays its eggs. A rash, which consists of raised tracts. Bumps or blisters may appear. Most common sites on the body are finger webs (in between fingers), wrists, elbows, armpits, waistline, thighs and genitalia. Itching is most intense at night.
Mode of Transmission: Transfer of parasite occurs by direct skin to skin contact usually via the hand or by exchange of clothing. Communicable until mites and eggs have been destroyed usually after 1 to 2 treatments.
Incubation Period: Time of contact until development of signs and symptoms. In persons without previous exposure, itching begins two to six weeks after exposure. Persons previously infected may develop symptoms from one to four days after re-exposure.
Preventative Measures: Education in good hand washing, following guidelines for prevention and control of communicable diseases.
Any student presenting with these signs and symptoms will be excluded from school. Excluded students must have a note from a healthcare provider stating they are under treatment and no longer contagious. Also, affected areas of the skin must be covered in order to return to school.
At the link below you will find more detailed information from HealthLink BC.
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to call Ms. Stacia Johnson or me at the school.
Mr. Jay Dixon
Coinciding with Canada Pitch in Week, our entire student body will be once again participating in a spring community cleanup followed by a barbeque lunch.
The event will take place on Friday, April 20 from 10:00-11:30.
Together we can help to make the streets and trails of Port McNeill more beautiful.