DWAM Scared Hunger in a BIG Way

Exciting News - DWAM Scared Hunger in a Big Way!

A huge shout out goes to DWAM students, families and staff members. 825 items were donated to the Pictou County Food Bank last week.


Mrs. Walsh's 5/6 class and Mme. McGraw-Pitts' 8-1 class were crowned the 2017 Hunger Hero Award winners for bringing in the most food donations.

DWAM November Newsletter

The November Newsletter is now ready for reading.  Click here to access it.

Picture Retake Novmeber 1st

A reminder that picture retakes will be taken at Dr. W. A. Macleod on November 1st.  This is for students who did not get their picture taken the last time they were in or for those who will have their picture proofs with them to show why they were not please with their photo.

Dr. W. A. MacLeod Consolidated October Newsletter

Click here to access the October newsletter for Dr. W. A. MacLeod Consolidated Schhool.

Home and School Meeting Thursday October 19

Open the following document to see information regarding the next Home and School Meeting on Thursday, October 19 at 5:15 pm.

Stand Up, Speak out 2017

On Thursday, September 14th, students in CCRSB took part in the Stand Up, Speak Out Day.  This year's theme was" What's your story?"  At the Chignecto-Central Regional School Board, we know the only way to address bullying in all its forms is to start talking about it.

In the following picture, students at Dr. W. A. MacLeod are telling each other their stories in order to learn to appreciate each other's differences.


In some of the elementary classes, they read the book "Only One You".  After, they created beautiful fish to show how being different is great.

Dr. W. A. MacLeod September 2017 Newsletter

The September newsletter for Dr. W. A. MacLeod is now ready.  You can find it by clicking here.

Summer Literacy Calendar

Here are Summer Literacy Calendars for July and August which provide various fun ideas for families.  

Battle of the Cat Food

Battle of the Cat Food


The students from Dr. W. A. MacLeod Consolidated School and West Pictou Consolidated School were involved in a Cat Food Battle.  Students from both school collected dry or wet cat food that would all be donated to CARMA (Cat Rescue Maritimes).  When the final tallies were done, Dr. W. A. MacLeod students won the batlle by collecting 187 items to donate versus the 62 items that students from West Pictou Consolidated had collected.  A big thank you to all those who have made a donation from both schools.



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