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.
Here’s our February Regional Update. Each month we create a report that shares stories from the last month highlighting student achievements, learning priorities, and regional goals. Inside this issue, you will find the folllowing articles and features: A number of highlights from African Heritage Month. How hosting an international student
To kick-off Nutrition Month 2021, the Tri-County Regional Centre for Education (TCRCE) has partnered with Nourish Nova Scotia to launch “Literally Nutritious.” The new virtual nutrition literacy program highlights simple and delicious slow cooker recipes for the whole family. “Literally Nutritious” is made possible with the assistance of a community
Flexible Program Offers Evening & Weekend Classes Know someone who is interested in teaching but doesn’t have the ability to go university on campus? TCRCE has partnered with StFX to offer a unique off-campus Bachelor of Education program. This program will be offered on evenings and weekends over a three-year
In November 2020, the province of Nova Scotia announced the gradual reopening of school gyms to community groups for physical activity and sports. Gym rentals will differ from school to school and will depend on the availability of cleaning staff. First priority of gym use will be given to school