Plymouth and Masterchef Canada

Digby Elementary and RCMP

Pre-Primary Friends

Consent Fest

Interactive Exhibit

ANS History Challenge

Digby Elementary Food Drive

Pre-Primary and Earth Day

TCRCE Pre-Primary Program Early Registration

Early Registration for the Pre-Primary Program for September 2019 is now available for the following schools: Carleton Consolidated Elementary School Clark's Harbour Elementary School Digby Elementary School Drumlin Heights Consolidated School Evelyn Richardson...

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Students at Islands Consolidated School visit Ski Martock

Islands Consolidated School Grade 10 Student Jeff Lombard had the time of his life during a recent school trip to Ski Martock.  Jeff, along with 31 of his school mates from grades 6-12, enjoyed a day of late winter skiing and snowboarding.  For many of these students...

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DRUMLIN HEIGHTS TECHSPLORATION PROGRAM

The grade 9 Techsploration students at Drumlin Heights Consolidated School job shadowed with their role model, Jill Searle, from Nova Scotia Power, on Friday, March 8, in Halifax as part of their Techsploration Program.

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TCRCE’S Alternative Program

The Alternative program officially opened on February 4th and is housed at NSCC Burridge.  The students currently in the program are feeling both excited and empowered about their education.  They have settled into Burridge and the change in location has provided a...

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SCHOOL CLOSURES

All Tri-County Regional Centre for Education schools in Digby, Yarmouth and Shelburne Counties are closed today, Thursday, February 21, due to weather conditions.

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45th Annual Provincial Volunteer Awards

Nominate a Volunteer! Every April, during National Volunteer Week, the Province of Nova Scotia celebrates volunteers nominated by organizations and communities at the Provincial Volunteer Awards. Did you know? More than 410,000 Nova Scotians volunteer, contributing an...

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Yarmouth Central School Family Literacy Day

On Friday, January 25th, Yarmouth Central School invited families to join classrooms to celebrate Family Literacy Day.   Families took part in Literacy-based activities in homeroom classrooms. The afternoon was an overwhelming success with over 200 parents, families...

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