Minister's Panel on Education Releases Report

CCRSB News - October 30, 2014 - The Minister's Panel on Education released a report today, Disrupting the Status Quo: Nova Scotians Demand a Better Future for Every Student. The report contains seven themes that represent what almost 19,000 Nova Scotians said are the most important issues to improve the system. Education and Early Childhood Development Minister Karen Casey accepted the report and announced she will begin immediately on an action plan to create changes in the education system. 

"Posting it forward" at South Colchester Academy

CCRSB News – October 29, 2014 – Recently, Mrs. Zann-Roland's Grade 7 Healthy Living class at South Colchester Academy paid it forward by surprising their classmates with positive post-it notes on their lockers.

Great work South Colchester Academy! 

 

 

Rawdon District Elementary School’s Breakfast Program receives donations

CCRSB News – October 29, 2014 – On October 16th, Rawdon District Elementary School (RDES) received donations totalling $400 for their Breakfast Program. The money was donated by the Nine Mile River Homemakers and the Gore Woman's Institute of Nova Scotia.


The Acting Principal of RDES, Joy King (far left) accepting donations.

“We are not afraid Wednesday” featuring Winding River Consolidated!

CCRSB News - October 29, 2014 - This week’s edition of “We are not afraid Wednesday” features students and staff from Winding River Consolidated School. Click here to watch their video!

Tune in tomorrow to view this week's submission of "We are not afraid Wednesday"

CCRSB News – October 28, 2014 - Tune in tomorrow to view this week’s submission of “We are not afraid Wednesday” featuring students and staff from Winding River Consolidated School. 

 

Pugwash District High School students participate in special event “Internet Sex and Safety”

CCRSB - October 28, 2014 - On October 6th Pugwash District High School (PDHS) held an important event: Internet, Sex & Safety, What you Need to Know! Truro-Bible Hill MLA, Lenore Zann provided the keynote address, talking about her personal experience with cyber bullying. The event was a collaborative effort between the Community Health Board and CCRSB.


Truro-Bible Hill MLA, Lenore Zann, with PDHS students.