Information and Dates

Order Your SIS Yearbook Today!
Click on the picture of the yearbook below to order your SIS yearbook today! The cost for the 2019-2020 edition of the SIS Yearbook is $30 and can be paid for when it is picked up at the end of June. (The school is working on creating an online account so payment can be made via e-transfer. Check the website for the status of this type of payment.) If you have any questions about purchasing a yearbook, please email Mr.Ronahan at

SIS Yearbook 2019-2020

Food Hamper Support

S.I.S. understands that some of our families are struggling under the crisis of Covid 19.  With the help of government there will be a food hamper giveaway this coming Saturday, May 9th.  If you are an S.I.S family who would be interested in receiving this food support please contact myself…Doug Doyle at   Please leave your name, address and phone number and we will reach out to you with some support.  I would need this info by Thursday, May 7th before 5 pm so as to pass on numbers for baskets!   Many Thanks and Take Care… Doug Doyle and Staff of SIS.

Click on the link below for information regarding a respite care program for students.

Respite Care Program

Click on the links below to access messages from the Director of the Public Schools Branch, Parker Grimmer.

PSB Director Message May 27, 2020

PSB Director Message May 20, 2020

PSB Director Message May 13, 2020

PSB Director Message May 6, 2020

PSB Director Message April 29, 2020

PSB Director Message April 22, 2020

PSB Director Message April 15, 2020

PSB Director Message April 8, 2020

PSB Director Message April 1, 2020

PSB Director Message March 25, 2020

Ask a PSB School Psychologist

Hello parents and guardians! Welcome to ‘Ask a School Psychologist’!
Wondering how to manage bedtime worries, what to tell your teen who wants to visit friends, or where to begin with structuring your child’s day? If you have any questions you would like to submit to our PSB Psychology Team concerning COVID isolation, academics, behaviour, or well-being, send them to

We can’t promise we’ll get to every question, but we will be posting anonymous responses to some of your questions on the PSB Student Services Facebook page.

This project is for information sharing with you and our broader parent and guardian audience. If you are experiencing an emergency, please call the Island Helpline (1-800-218-2885) or Emergency Health Services (911).
Please submit your questions by May 8th.

Accessing Your Student Google Education Account

Dear students, parents, guardians, and caregivers,

Over the past week, we were able to make personal calls to thousands of households to share student login information for our Google Education accounts. We realize that for some of you, we were not able to make a successful connection. If you or a student in your care is still experiencing a challenge logging into their account at, please reach out to your child’s teacher.

We have also created a quick reference guide for how students can login to their Google account from home – (4MB). Using the Google Chrome browser is also recommended.

Tips for Home Learning have been published by the Department of Education and Lifelong Learning and can be found by visiting:

Teachers are now in the process of contacting students through the students’ google accounts.  Anyone who is unable to login to their google school accounts please have them contact:
Grade Seven – Kelly Boyd
Grade Eight – Rob Connell
Grade Nine – Trevor Bridges

Parents of Grade Nine SIS Students Re: Grade Ten Registration Forms
If your grade nine child has the grade ten registration form at home, it can still submitted to the school. Forms can be place in the mail slot on a main entrance door facing Central Street. If your child has not handed in a grade ten registration form AND does not have one, please contact Michelle Moore at

Home Learning Resources
In light of the school closures, the Department of Education and Lifelong Learning is providing ongoing learning opportunities for students while at home. We recommend home learning that focuses on three key areas; health and well-being, literacy and numeracy.

You can support ongoing learning with these initial activities. Additional learning resources will be posted on Wednesday, March 25th.
We appreciate that this is a challenging time for families and the learning opportunities are provided as time permits in your household.

Home Learning Resource (.pdf) 364KB

Click on the link below to access a message from SIS School Counsellor, Mrs. Laura MacKinnon.

Message from SIS School Counsellor