TCRCE - Tri-County Regional Centre for Education

In TCRCE, our mission is to provide a safe and inclusive learning environment where every student can reach their full potential and succeed academically, socially and emotionally.

Expression of Interest – BEd Program

Off-Campus Bachelor of Education TCRCE Cohort   Together with St. Francis Xavier University, TCRCE is exploring a three-year Off-Campus Bachelor of Education program. This program will be offered on evenings and weekends, making it the perfect opportunity for someone to complete the degree while maintaining the ability to work. The

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November Regional Update

We hope you enjoy our November monthly report. Inside you’ll find information on a number of Ideas for Education pilots, our new System Improvement Plan, details on short-cycle analysis, an update on recent regional SAC sessions, and our storm day process. As always, we invite you to follow us on social

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Win TEN School Lunches with SchoolCash Online

Have you signed up for SchoolCash Online yet? Use SchoolCash Online to purchase a school lunch throughout the month of November and be entered to win ten free school lunches. Not registered for SchoolCash Online? Register here. SchoolCash Online is our preferred payment method for school fees including everything from

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Minister’s Student Advisory Council

Becky Druhan, Nova Scotia Minister of Education and Early Childhood Development, is inviting expressions of interest from students in grade 10-12 to join the Minister’s Student Advisory Council on Well-Being and Achievement (MSAC). The goal of this advisory council is to gather information, advice, and recommendations with respect to new

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Joint Accessibility Plan

Nova Scotia’s seven regional centres for education and Counseil scolaire provincial have been developing a multi-year Joint Accessibility Plan to ensure accessibility in public education. This is part of a bigger provincial goal for an accessible Nova Scotia by 2030. Click here to learn more. Last February, families and staff

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