We believe that students’ well-being will be enhanced and their academic achievement will improve when educators grow and improve in meeting the individual needs of learners.
Nova Scotia’s inaugural Anti-Racism in Sport and Recreation Week is taking place November 14-18. The Department of Communities, Culture, Tourism, and Heritage, along with School Sport Nova Scotia, and other partners will be hosting events to educate participants and organizers on how to build a safer and more inclusive culture
As part of the recommendations from the Nova Scotia Home for Colored Children Restorative Inquiry, the Government of Nova Scotia is creating an independent Child and Youth Commission. The Child and Youth Commission will help promote and protect the rights and well-being of children and youth in Nova Scotia. The commission
Here’s our October Regional Update. Inside, you’ll find a message from the Regional Executive Director, highlights from Orange Shirt Day and Mi’kmaq History Month, storm day closure process, virtual reality in skills trade, and more. View the October Regional Update here.
We’re gathering local interest in the following programs. Knowing interest level of employees and community members will help us with future planning and coordinating local programming with universities and other institutions. For TCRCE staff members: Please complete the informal Expression of Interest that applies: Master of Education – Informal Expression
Here the winners of our SchoolCashOnline contest. These parent/guardians will be contacted by child’s school. Each winner will receive five free school lunches. If a school doesn’t participate in the school lunch program, then the winner will receive a Nourish Your Roots Box. Thanks to everyone who signed up. SchoolCashOnline