Heather Hughes-Leck and nominator Anne Carlos 7 Goal 4: To Build engagement, support and confidence in HRSB Auburn Drive/Cole Harbour District High School Review Update The School Options Committee (SOC) for the review of Auburn Drive/Cole Harbour District High family of schools has completed its work under the provincial school review policy. Members of the SOC submitted a final report containing a summary of work and final recommendations to the board through the Superintendent on June 12. HRSB staff are now preparing a technical report that will be presented along with the SOC report at a meeting on July 12. Special thanks to the volunteer members who served on the SOC. Your time, effort and commitment to this process is greatly appreciated. This was not an easy process! Thank you for your professionalism and your passion for your community’s schools and families. Site Selection for New School to Replace J.L. Ilsley The process to select a site for the new school to replace J.L. Ilsley High is well underway. A public engagement meeting was held on June 17. The Site Selection Committee (SSC) continues to meet weekly with planners from HRSB, the city and the province to review information and to determine up to three suitable locations. The SSC report is expected to be delivered this fall. Lights off. Green On!!! This year marked the end of our four-year Lights Off. Green On! energy savings program. While this official project may be complete, we continue to work with Efficiency Nova Scotia and Nova Scotia Power to identify opportunities to save energy in our schools and offices. Check out the June 2017 Edition of Canada Education Magazine, published by the Canadian Education Associaton (CEA) to find an article that I co-authored with Grant Frost. The article contributes Nova Scotia’s story to the national conversation about school closures and school review processes. Congrats to all involved! CPA Receives LEED Certification: Silver Rating