Middle School Boys Softball

Congratulations to our Middle School boys softball team who won the District title and then made it to croosovers in Regionals.

The Battle of the Cat Food

The Battle of the Cat Food 


Students and staff are asked to bring a donation of dry or wet cat food for CARMA (Cat Rescue Maritimes) between June 12 and June 16. 

We have been challenged by West Pictou Consolidated to see which school can collect the most items. 


Let's show those Wolverines that the Coyotes are #1!

DWAM June newsletter

You can download a copy of our June newletter by clicking here.

Lyme Disease Awareness

Please read the following document from Public Health regarding Lyme Disease Awareness.

DWAM May Newsletter

You can access the May newsleter by clikcing here.

Dr. W. A. MacLeod Goes Silent April 28, 2017

Dr. W.A. MacLeod Consolidated Goes Silent

April 28, 2017


Our school is participating in Free the Children’s “We are Silent” campaign.

We are going silent to show people that we care about other children who are not able to use their voices to speak up for their rights and freedoms.

April 28 is your chance to take action against this real problem.

Students who register to take part in this campaign promise to not talk from the time they receive their We are Silent sticker in homeroom until they leave at the end of the day. They will use their silence to show they care about other people in our world and local community. They will receive a participation sticker to wear on April 28 to show their teachers that they are participating and exempt from discussion. Participating students may use a small whiteboard or paper to communicate, but not their voice.

Registration for students in Grades 7 and 8 will take place April 12 to 13 in Mrs. Fulton’s Room. If you register, you are committing to collecting at least $5 in pledges.

Once registered, students will receive an information letter and pledge form on April 20. Students are encouraged to ask family and friends to support their silence by giving a monetary donation.  Fundraising will take place from April 20 to April 27.


Students in Primary to Grade 6 are invited to also go silent on April 28. Classroom teachers will choose a time during the day that works best for them and will choose a length of time that is “doable” for the age of their students. The students will receive a sticker to put on at the beginning of their silence to honour their participation. Students in P-6 are encouraged to bring in a toonie or loonie as a donation.

Money raised this year will be donated to Pictou County Roots for Youth and to Free the Children for school building in Haiti.

Get involved and take the Vow of Silence!

Thanks, The Leadership Team​

DWAM April newsleter

You can download the April Newsletter by clicking here.

Parent-Teacher Session April 2017

Report cards were sent home yesterday (Monday, April 3rd).  Parent-teacher sessions will be held Thursday, April 6th from 5-7 and Friday, April 7th from 12-2.  If you cannot make it during these times, but would still like to speak to the teachers, make sure to contact the school at 902-755-8450 or email the teachers you would like to speak with.

Two-hours early dismissal

March 29, 2017-Schools in the counties of Pictou and Colchester, as well as the Municipality of East Hants will dismissa two-hours early today. Schools in Cumberland County will maintain regular hours.  This means students from Dr. W. A. MacLeod Consolidated School will be dismissed at 12:20 pm instead of 2:20 pm.


Teen Readers Choice Award

What is the CCRSB Teen Reader’s Choice Award?

The Teen Reader’s Choice Award is Chignecto-Central Regional School Board’s first student-driven book award, facilitated by CCRSB Library Services. Last year, students in grades 7-12 read books from the Top 10 list, and voted for what they considered to be the best book. Almost 600 votes were cast across the board and Everything Everything by Nicola Yoon was crowned the winner. This is the sixth year for the award, so our goal is to have at least 1000 votes cast!


CCRSB Library Services staff carefully choose the Top 10 based on the best critical reviews, readers’ reviews, and the books’ performances on well-respected awards lists. The titles represent a wide range of genres and include some of the best fiction.

In addition to in-person discussions, and the TRCA blog, CCRSB is introducing the hashtag #TRCA2017 this year to further build the conversation around literature. Students are encouraged to use the hashtag when voicing their thoughts and opinions of these books online.

Why have a Teen Reader’s Choice Award?

  • To expose students to recent, high-quality teen fiction.
  • To celebrate reading for pleasure and encourage teens to have conversations about books.
  • To continue the success realized through the Hackmatack Children’s Choice Book Award, which targets students in grades 4-6.

When will the Teen Reader’s Choice Award happen?

  • March 21 Top 10 titles are revealed. Students begin reading!
  • March 21 – June 2 Students can vote online or in their school library.
  • June 2 Voting closes and the votes are counted.
  • June 13 Winning book announced, with award ceremonies/events in participating CCRSB libraries.

How do teens vote?

Visit the Teen Reader's Choice Award website!


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