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Dear families, As you know, the past year has been challenging for everyone. But thanks to the hard work of all Nova Scotians, we were able to have our students learning in our schools for the majority of the year. Similar to last year, we also pivoted quickly to react
A reminder that TCRCE schools return to in-person learning tomorrow (Wednesday, June 2, 2021). School staff are looking forward to welcoming students back to their classrooms and turning the page in the final chapter of this school year. As students return to school, buses will also be back on the
Dear school community, As a result of the tragedy in Kamloops, British Columbia, our flags will fly at half mast for nine days to honour the lives and memories of the 215 children who never returned home from the Kamloops Residential School. Sadly, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission acknowledges that
Dear Parents and Guardians: Today, Premier Rankin and Dr. Strang announced plans for Nova Scotia’s reopening, including a return to in-person learning on Wednesday, June 2nd for many regions across the province, including TCRCE. A news release about this announcement is available at https://novascotia.ca/news/release/?id=20210528004. To allow school staff time to
Dear families, I want to provide an update on the status of at-home learning. Today, at the provincial news briefing, Dr. Strang and Premier Rankin announced at-home learning will continue until the end of this school year. While we were hoping to return to classes this year, we have also