Principal: Mr. Jamie Hunt

Assistant Principal: Mr. Kenneth Hemeon

Guidance Councellor: Ms. Tonya Legge

Ph. (709) 257-2497 / Fax: (709) 257-4502


PD Day Update

In order to be consistent with Memorial Academy, our PD Day has changed from Monday, May 13th, to Friday May 17th.

Power School Changes

From the School Board’s public web site (www.nlesd.ca), Parents and Students can select the PowerSchool Login from the main page.

Alternatively, you can use the following URL address and go to the new web site directly.

· https://nlsis.powerschool.com

Be sure to change any saved bookmarks.

NOTE: pschool.nlesd.ca is no longer functional.

Courtesy Seating

To: Parents and Guardians of Botwood Collegiate

Fr: Gordon Barbour, Manager of Student Transportation-Central

Re: Family Responsibility Zone Courtesy Stops

Date: April 8 th , 2019

As part of the Newfoundland and Labrador English School District’s (the District) initiative of implementing a bus stop inside the Family Responsibility Zone (FRZ) for every bus route where practical, the District will be implementing FRZ Courtesy Stops at the following location(s) for Botwood Collegiate, effective afternoon of April 11th, 2019:

Route 22- Intersection Commonwealth Dr. and Fernwood Dr.

● Pick up- 8:35 am

● Drop off- 3:30 pm

Route 24- Intersection Circular Rd. and Water St.

● Pick up- 8:40 am

● Drop off- 3:10 pm

Please note that these stops have been chosen for a variety of reasons and will therefore not be reviewed/changed year to year. In order to be considered to avail of any of these bus stops you must complete a Courtesy Seating Application and submit it to School Administration for review in accordance with the Courtesy Seating Protocol. The application form and the Protocol can be found at the following link: https://www.nlesd.ca/schools/busing/doc/courtesy_seating_protocol.pdf

If you have any questions regarding these FRZ Courtesy Stops, please submit them through our Public Inquiries Form which can be found here or at www.nlesd.ca/schools/busing.


In the Spring of 2019 students in Newfoundland and Labrador will write one national and one international assessment. Students in Grade 8 will write the national Pan-Canadian Assessment Program (PCAP) assessment in Mathematics, Reading and Science with Mathematics as the major domain being assessed. The same students this year will write the PISA international assessment in 2021 in Grade 10.

Please visit the site below to find out information on the assessment.


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