ANTI-BULLYING DAY IN THE TRI-COUNTY REGION

The Tri-County Regional Centre for Education would like to thank the students, staff, and parents for a successful anti-bullying day yesterday. Many schools coordinated activities to support anti-bullying initiatives.    Students at Plymouth School...

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Enhanced Roles for School Advisory Councils New for September

School Advisory Councils (SACs) play an important role in supporting student success at the school community level. This year, the role of School Advisory Councils will be enhanced to better support students. For more information about your school’s SAC or how you can...

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Job Vacancies

Visit https://jobs.ednet.ns.ca to apply: Digby Elementary - Core French Teacher - reference #2018-219 Drumlin Heights - Math Teacher - reference #2018-215 School Psychologist - 2 Vacancies - reference #2018-205 Parent Navigator - reference #2018-218 Casual on call...

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2018-2019 Bus Stop Information

Parents and Guardians wishing to access Bus Stop information can find Bus pick up, drop off times and locations by clicking on following link: Bus Planner Web During the summer months, Transportation staff rebuild and adjust Bus Routes.  Once Parents/Guardians and...

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2018-2019 INFORMATION BROCHURE

Please click on the following link to view the 2018-2019 information brochure. This brochure contains each school's contact information as well as pertinent information for parents. Also in the brochure is contact information for the Regional Centre for Education....

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Duke of Edinburgh “Adventurous Journey”

In early June, 11 students from Shelburne High and 1 from Lockeport High completed the Adventurous Journey portion of their Duke of Edinburgh Programme. These two trips saw them hike into the backcountry of Kejimkujik National Park on a two day 20km trip. Students in...

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YEAR-END MESSAGE FROM THE REGIONAL EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Teachers, Staff, and Community: As I complete my second year as your Regional Executive Director, I am feeling deeply grateful to be a part of a caring educational community that is meaningfully engaged with each other in the best interest of all students. As this...

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TCRCE Pre-Primary Program Early Registration

The Tri-County Regional Centre for Education Pre-Primary Program Early Registration for September 2018 is now open for: Weymouth Consolidated School Port Maitland Consolidated Elementary School Yarmouth Central School Carleton Consolidated Elementary School Drumlin...

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#eattogether at Yarmouth Central

These grades 4, 5 and 6 students at Yarmouth Central School, randomly selected by their teachers as deserving to take part, had a great time at the Yarmouth Superstore's first #eattogether school breakfast held on June 22. The Superstore's #eattogether program is an...

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THREE YCMHS STUDENTS VISIT QUINAN DEEP SKY OBSERVATORY

Robyn McKenzie, Physics and Math Teacher, at Yarmouth Consolidated Memorial High School, took students Kate Fiander, Tyrus Williams-Penney, and Kristian Delaney on a filed trip to Quinan Deep Sky Observatory. [video width="1280" height="720"...

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St. Mary’s Bay Academy Visual Arts 11 Students

SMBA students in the Visual Arts 11 course had the chance to leave their mark on the walls of the school as part of their year end project.  A team of three students, two who are with the NSISP program, came up with this creative idea, displaying the flags for the...

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Young Citizens Canada History Forum Contest – TCRCE

Ava O’Neil is a grade 7 student at Digby Regional High School who has the opportunity to go to Ottawa for Canada’s History Forum. She was awarded this opportunity at the Regional Heritage Fair, which she placed 1st for grade 7 students and won 1st place overall, for...

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St. FX University/TCRCE – B Ed Program

The Tri-County Regional Centre for Education and St. Francis Xavier University are going to partner to present a part-time off-campus Bachelor of Education program. The Tri-County part-time Bachelor of Education proposal would offer applicants an Education degree over...

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Young Citizens Canada History Forum Contest – TCRCE

Kevin Cotter, a Lockeport High School student, has the opportunity to win a trip to Ottawa to represent the Tri-Counties at Canada's History Forum. Kevin was granted this opportunity through the Regional Heritage Fair, and needs your votes to get to Ottawa. Please...

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