May 20 Letter to Families

As summer approaches, schools will be organizing ways for students and families to retrieve belongings and return items (textbooks, band instruments, computers, etc) beginning the week of June 8. Further information will be sent out to families as we get closer to...

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NSTU Staffing Timelines

Round #1: Teacher Initiated Transfers (Permanent Teachers Only). Post: Tuesday, May 19, 2020 Close: Friday, May 22, 2020 at 11:59PM. Round #2: Teacher Initiated Transfers (Permanent positions only) o Open to term teachers (A, B, C and D Status). o Open to external...

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Maple Grove to Welcome Grade 6 Students

May 14, 2020, Our school system is growing and we are experiencing growth in our Pre-Primary and elementary school grades. To support this growth, effective September 2020, we are expanding Maple Grove to become a Grade 6 to 8 school, in line with most middle schools...

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RED Letter to Families

Please click HERE to view the April 30th letter to families from our Regional Education Director, Dr. Boulter.  

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COVID-19 School Closure Update

Please note: following the recommendation of Dr. Strang, all public schools will remain closed until at least Tuesday, May 19, to prevent the spread of COVID-19. These closures will be reassessed as that date approaches.

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Grade Primary Registration for 2020-2021

GRADE PRIMARY REGISTRATION: Registration for Grade Primary Program is ongoing for the 2020-2021 school year in the Tri-County Regional Centre for Education. If your child is not currently enrolled in a Pre-Primary Program, and you haven't already registered with you...

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Pre-Primary Registration for 2020-2021

PRE-PRIMARY REGISTRATION: Registration for Pre-Primary Program is ongoing for the 2020-2021 school year in the Tri-County Regional Centre for Education. If you haven't already done so, please register your child at the...

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Late Immersion Registration

If you are interested in registering your child for grade 7 Late French Immersion at SRHS, BMHS or MGEC for September 2020, please call 902-749-5696 or 1-800-915-0113 by Friday, April 17th 2020 to submit their name on the registration list.

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April 3 2020 Letter to TCRCE Students & Families

Dear Students and Families, We know these have been exceptional times, and we thank you for doing your part for the health of Nova Scotians. Earlier this week, the province announced plans to support students and learning at home while school buildings remain closed...

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Grade 12 Q&A

Grade 12 Student Q & A Questions Answers How will my learning continue while schools in Nova Scotia are closed? What will the learning look like? Nova Scotia has created a Learning Continuity Plan to engage students during the school closures related to COVID-19....

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Message from Dr. Strang: How to talk to kids about COVID-19

Please see the following message from Dr. Robert Strang, Chief Medical Officer of Health for the Province of Nova Scotia. I would also like to draw your attention to a Q&A for kids: https://youtu.be/DXusFwpUbxE that can help you to address some common questions...

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March 20 TCRCE - COVID-19 Update

For a video of this letter being read please click the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TN5xHI2LNOA  79 Water Street 902-749-5696 Yarmouth, NS B5A 1L4 1-800-915-0113 www.tcrce.ca Dear Students and Families, I know that COVID-19 has presented everyone...

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TCRCE - COVID-19 Update - March 16 2020

Dear Students and Families, As you may have heard, the Province of Nova Scotia has announced that all public schools will be closed for two weeks following March Break. This is one of several province-wide prevention measures to reduce the risk to public health caused...

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Travel Protocols for Families, Students, Staff

March 13, 2020 Re: New Travel Protocols for Teachers, Students, Staff Dear Students, Staff and Families, COVID-19 has now been declared a Pandemic. As we deal with this extremely rare world event, we as Nova Scotians must take care of each other. We can do that by...

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