West Pictou Consolidated students create the sound of music en francais

CCRSB News - April 14, 2014 - Grade 4 Middle French Immersion students at West Pictou Consolidated recently got to showcase their musical talents in class. Each student created a musical instrument as part of their sound unit in Science class. Que la musique est fantastique!

Olympian Clara Hughes to visit Spring Street Academy & Central Colchester Junior High as a part of Clara’s Big Ride for Bell Let’s Talk

CCRSB News - April 11, 2014 - Spring Street Academy in Amherst and Central Colchester Junior High School in Onslow, will welcome six-time Olympian Clara Hughes as she cycles across Canada to raise awareness for mental health. 

Clara’s Big Ride for Bell Let’s Talk began in Toronto on March 14, 2014 and will end in Ottawa on July 1, 2014. By the time Clara is done, she will have travelled 12,000 kilometres in 110 days and visited 95 communities, including 22 in Atlantic Canada.

Chignecto-Family students learn about anti-bullying outside of the classroom

CCRSB News - April 11, 2014 - Sixty students from Advocate District High School (ADHS), Oxford Regional Education Centre (OREC), River Hebert District High (RHDS), and Springhill Jr./Sr. High School (SHS) recently participated in the Cops N Kids LEADerS Camp at the Tim Horton's Foundation Camp in Tatamagouche.

Cobequid Education Centre debaters acheive high honour at tournament

CCRSB News - April 11, 2014 - The Cobequid Education Centre (CEC) debate team recently won the Nova Scotia Senior High School Debate Championships. The team of Sarah Millman, Leanna Langille and Brie Dukeshire went undefeated through the two-day competition with 16 participating teams.

Harvard Professor motivates Hants East Rural High students to follow their dreams

CCRSB News - April 11, 2014 -Hants East Rural High (HERH) recently welcomed Harvard professor and Poet Laureate, Dr. George Elliot Clarke, to speak with students.

Superintendent's Monthly Report: April 2014

CCRSB News - April 10, 2014 - Last evening, Chignecto-Central Regional School Board (CCRSB) Superintendent, Gary Clarke, presented his April Report to the elected Board.

In this issue Superintendent Clarke offers highlights from the 2014-2015 budget, Early Literacy, Mathematics and information regarding CCRSB's Student Voice project which seeks to gain insights from students in grades 7-12 about social justice and technology in the classroom. 

There is also great information about student activities and successes over the last month and much, much more!