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Earlier this month, the Province of Nova Scotia announced it will recognize September 30th annually as Truth and Reconciliation Day. All TCRCE schools and offices will be closed on September 30th. This provides intentional time to pause and reflect on the concepts of Truth and Reconciliation. TCRCE schools and offices
It’s that time of year and a number of TCRCE schools are once again participating in the Nourish Your Roots Campaign. Boxes of fresh produce from Nova Scotian farms are sold to the greater community. Nourish Your Roots is a farm-to-school fundraiser created and facilitated by Nourish Nova Scotia to
Tri-County Regional Centre for Education (TCRCE) is pleased to announce its afterschool program will soon be run by the Boys and Girls Club of Yarmouth. As of October 1, 2021, the Boys and Girls Club of Yarmouth will operate the afterschool programs at Plymouth School, Port Maitland Consolidated Elementary School,
Dear school community, This afternoon, Health and Wellness Minister Michelle Thompson and Dr. Robert Strang, Nova Scotia’s chief medical officer of health, announced that Nova Scotia will not be moving to Phase 5 of its reopening plan until October 4. Click here to read the news release. What does this
The Town of Yarmouth has advised TCRCE of a number of upcoming road closures and detours that will occur as work continues on an infrastructure project on Parade Street. These detours are scheduled to begin Thursday, September 16, 2021, and last for approximately three weeks. This is a large detour