CANADA WIDE SCIENCE FAIR RESULTS

The Canada Wide Science Fair (CWSF) took place at Carleton University in Ottawa from May 13-18. The Tri-County participants qualified for the CWSF as a result of finishing top three in our regional science fair that was held at NSCC Burridge Campus on April 4th. The...

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Digby Elementary School's resource teacher, Tam Theriault, works with a small group of students to help improve their understanding of literacy through the use of Square Panda, a new literacy based technology.

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Lockeport Elementary Choir Records O Canada

Newly formed Lockeport Elementary School choir recently had the opportunity to visit Harbourfront Studios in Shelburne to record English, French and bilingual versions of O Canada. They had a blast working with Alex Buchanan and LRHS Co-Op student Madison Lyle....

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Education Reform Act

March 20, 2018 Parents and Guardians, With the recent passing of the Education Reform Act, government is moving ahead with the work to unify the education system. I’m writing to reassure you that our ongoing commitment to the students, families and staff of the...

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VIDEO CHALLENGE FOR HIGH SCHOOLS

The Attendance Video Challenge deadline submission has been extended to May 25, 2018.  Click on the following website links for details: VIDEO CHALLENGE  ...

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FRENCH PUBLIC SPEAKING CONTEST

From TCRCE (left to right):  Tylar Pitman, Chloe Surette, Danica Nakpil, Catherine Gillis, Jessica Wertlen, Charlotte Murphy.  Absent from photo: Jusslie Barr. Congratulations to all participants from the TCRCE in the Concours d’art oratoire (French Public Speaking...

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INCLUSIVE EDUCATION SUPPORTS

Today at 1:30 p.m., Zach Churchill, Minister of Education and Early Childhood Development announced inclusive education supports for students across Nova Scotia in response to the Students First report. These supports will help more students receive the supports they...

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REGIONAL HERITAGE FAIR RESULTS

The TCRCE 2018 Regional Heritage Fair results are as follows: The top three winners overall in the Regional Heritage Fair held on Thursday, May 3, are (from right to left) 1st place:  Ava O'Neil, grade 7, Digby Regional High School, for her project "Untold Stores of...

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