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Dear parents/guardians, Tri-County Regional Centre for Education (TCRCE) is looking for your input as we examine opportunities to clarify unclear border areas within a small number of school catchment areas. You are receiving this email because you have a student who attends one of the schools where families and/or school
Here’s our Monthly Regional Update. Throughout this newsletter you will see photos of both in-person and at-home learning, as well as a number of resources for parents/guardians who are supporting students with online classes. Also included in this newsletter: Literally Nutritious Winners Pizza Soup Recipe Meet our Team Community Youth
May 7, 2021 Dear families, Today, the province announced that all schools in Nova Scotia will continue at-home learning until at least the end of May. The province will reassess before the end of the month and an update will be provided then. We’ve just wrapped up our first full
Dear families, Today, the province made an announcement that all schools in Nova Scotia are moving to at-home learning for a period of at least two weeks. An update will be provided to families by May 12, 2021. Schools will close to students at the end of day today (Tuesday,
There were a number of new restrictions announced at today’s COVID-19 provincial briefing. Beginning immediately, the community use of schools is suspended until further notice and any event between two or more schools is cancelled. TCRCE schools are still currently permitted to have afterschool practices/intramurals at their individual school sites,