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Welcome to St. Andrews Consolidated School:

3892 Highway 316, St. Andrews, NS B0H 1X0

Phone 902-863-2512 | Fax 902-863-6840 | SACS General Inquiries ([email protected])

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School Office:

Kirk Johnstone Principal
Susan DeYoung Vice Principal
Robin Hayne School Counsellor
Debbie Sinclair School Secretary

SchoolsPlus Programs, Services and Supports Available to all Students and Families:

SchoolsPlus, Antigonish (AEC, SACS and SAJS)

Tiffany Hallett, SchoolsPlus Facilitator
Marisa Murphy,
Community Outreach Worker
Kim Cameron,
Community Outreach Worker

SchoolsPlus Parent Navigator
Savannah Antle
(902) 631- 6695 

The vision of SchoolsPlus is to provide increased access for students and their families to the support services of various community and non-profit agencies as well as government departments by using local schools as focal access points. The students and families receive the services in their local school communities, which is very helpful as the school serves as the center for service delivery. The programs may be delivered during the day, after school, during March Break and in the summer. These support services are tailored to meet specific needs and may include access to professionals in the fields of social work, healthcare, mental health, the Department of Justice, addiction services, Family Resource Centres; and Youth Health Centres.

SRCE SchoolsPlus staff are helping our children, youth and families connect to a range of programs by working and collaborating with school staff and multiple partners and service providers. This model is very much a collaborative one with all partners working closely together to support our students and families. The community partnerships are an integral component of the success of the SchoolsPlus programs in the Strait Region.  In the SRCE, there are six SchoolsPlus hub sites. Each of these hub sites offer a range of different programs, services and supports based on the particular needs of the students and families. Examples of some of the programs offered by SchoolsPlus staff focus on recreation, health relationships, violence awareness and prevention, anger management and restorative practices, personal health and fitness.  

The Parent Navigator plays an important role in helping families learn and understand what programs and services are available for their children in the community and at school. They also help parents understand how to access supports and assist learning at home. 

The Parent Navigator works collaboratively with school and community partners to help parents and caregivers with their child’s needs, and to access programs and services based on those needs. 

Referrals to the Parent Navigator may be made through school administration, SchoolsPlus, and teachers. Parents may also self-refer if they need assistance. 

Who Do I Contact with Questions or Concerns?

Who do I Contact with Questions or Concerns