New Glasgow Academy construction update

CCRSB News - July 10, 2014 - On July 8 members of the New Glasgow Academy School Steering Team (SST) and CCRSB staff received an update on the status of the building project from the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal (DTIR) and the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development. The SST was informed that a September opening for New Glasgow Academy is still on track. To meet this deadline some evening and weekend work will take place. Questions about the project should be directed to DTIR at 902-424-0950.

Cyrus Eaton Elementary students model human rights

CCRSB News - July 2, 2014 - In June, the Grade 5/6 class at Cyrus Eaton Elementary learned about human rights. To demonstrate their learning and to teach the other students as well as school visitors about human rights, the students used Plasticene to create a model of a human right being respected and not abused.

Grade 5/6 students proudly display their models.

Maitland District Elementary students celebrate end of school with butterfly release

CCRSB News - July 2, 2014 - Students in Ms. Oakley's Primary to Grade 3 class at Maitland District Elementary recently released Painted Lady Butterflies. Their Butterfly Project began in May and allowed the students to watch the butterflies from the very beginning as they changed from larva (caterpillar), to pupa (chrysalis),and then to adult (butterfly).

Grade Primary to 3 students release their butterflies.


We are not afraid...

CCRSB News - June 25, 2014 - We are not be kind, to Stand Up against bullying, to be who we are. Join us! Send us your best short video, poem, poster, essay, photo or other art work before September 9. At CCRSB, We are not afraid to Stand Up. Speak Out. Stop Bullying. Together!

Around the world in one day at Pictou Elementary!

CCRSB News - June 25, 2014 - The students of Pictou Elementary School recently had their passports stamped as they learned about different cultures around the world.

Elmsdale District partners with AGNS & local artist for "2 Wheelers" exhibit

CCRSB News - June 25, 2014 - The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia (AGNS) is celebrating the history of cycling in Nova Scotia with their exhibit, 2 Wheelers. Grade 2 and 5 students from Elmsdale District School (EDS) worked alongside visual artist Stephanie Dean-Moore to create a textile mural called Freedom, illustrating the history of cycling. This work was possible thanks to the partnership with AGNS through an ArtsSmarts grant.