Month: May 2022

Mask Requirement Update

The Department of Education and Early Childhood Development announced today that the mask requirement in Nova Scotia’s public schools and on school buses will be removed as of Tuesday, May 24, 2022. Masks are still recommended but will be optional on school buses, in schools, and in our offices/worksites. Whether staff or students choose to …

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Fifteen TCRCE Students Receive Governor’s Education Medal

On Tuesday, May 17, selected Grade 11 students from across Nova Scotia attended the Lieutenant Governor’s Education Medal ceremony in Halifax. The Lieutenant Governor’s Education Medal is awarded each year and open to Grade 11 high school students. Students are nominated by their school, based on academic performance and qualities of leadership and service demonstrated …

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May Regional Update

Here’s our May Regional Update. Inside you’ll find a message from the Regional Executive Director, a feature celebrating an Options and Opportunities student, along with a number of photos from inside our schools. We are also pleased to highlight our 2022 Education Week recipients. Please check out page three of the report to see the …

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Bus Safety Reminders

Bus safety is our shared responsibility and with less than two months left of this school year, we’d like to share the following safety reminders: Attention Drivers If you’re driving near a school bus or in a school zone, please reduce your speed and watch for students. Remember, it is the law to stop when …

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Student Success Survey

The Department of Education and Early Childhood Development  is inviting students to take part in completing the Student Success Survey. The survey asks children in Grade 4 to 12 about their thoughts, feelings, and experiences in school. The survey will be administered between May 2 to May 13, 2022. Statistical reports from the survey will …

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