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Dear TCRCE Community, On Tuesday, November 24, 2020, the Province announced enhanced restrictions to deal with the increasing numbers of COVID-19 cases. As we prepare for the enhanced COVID-19 safety measures being enacted in the Halifax area, we know families and staff have questions about what school will look like
We hope you enjoy the new look of our monthly newsletter. Inside you’ll find features about the Leadership 12 course at Barrington Municipal High School, a special recognition for an SMBA teacher, and learn how some high school students are honouring missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.
Leadership 12 Course Improves Teamwork, Creativity & Confidence Learning knows no boundaries. It can occur anywhere, at any time, and is not restricted to four walls and a roof. This year, we’ve seen numerous examples of outdoor learning thanks to Nova Scotia’s Back to School Plan, which encourages school activities
The province of Nova Scotia has announced the gradual reopening of school gyms to community groups for physical activity and sports. This reopening will be gradual, as gym rentals will differ from school to school and will depend on the availability of cleaning staff. As well, first priority will be
One of our TCRCE teachers has been awarded with the highly coveted, Prime Minister’s Awards for Teaching Excellence. Congratulations to Saint Mary’s Bay Academy’s (SMBA), Sean Merrett for receiving the 2020 Prime Minister’s Certificate of Achievement Award for Teaching Excellence in Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). Mr. Merrett is