Tune in tomorrow for this week's edition of "We are not afraid Wednesday"

CCRSB News - December 16, 2014 - Tune in tomorrow to view this week’s submission of “We are not afraid Wednesday” featuring Grade 1 students from Shubenacadie District Elementary School. 

 

Hants East Rural High School teacher’s book featured on the Today Show!

CCRSB News – December 15, 2014 – Earlier this month, Hants East Rural High School teacher Nancy Rose had her book, The Secret Life of Squirrels, profiled on the Today Show. Click here to watch the segment.

Congratulations Nancy!

 

 

Grade 8 students at South Colchester Academy participate in famine to raise money for local food bank

CCRSB News – December 15, 2104 – The Grade 8 students at South Colchester Academy recently participated in a 24- hour famine to raise money for the Colchester Food Bank. The students collected funds from the community and raised more than $1000.

Way to go South Colchester Academy! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kennetcook District School students participate in Mi'kmaq activities at Glooscap Heritage Center

CCRSB News – December 12, 2104 - On November 25th Kennetcook District Elementary School traveled to the Glooscap Heritage Center in Millbrook to participate in a number of Mi'kmaq activities. Students in Grade 6 made dream catchers while students in Grades Primary to 5 made talking sticks.

 
Great work Kennetcook District Elementary!

 










 

 

 


River Herbert Schools compete in LEGO Robotics competition

CCRSB News – December 12, 2014 - River Hebert District High and River Hebert District Elementary recently participated in their first LEGO Robotics competition in Truro.

The team is comprised of students from Mrs. Dickinson's 5/6 class and Mr. Eaton's Technology 7-9 classes. Students were tasked to program their robot to complete various LEGO missions.

Way to go River Herbert! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bus delays expected in Elmsdale/Corridor area this morning due to localized flooding

CCRSB News - December 12, 2014 - Due to localized flooding in the Elmsdale/Corrdior area, parents/guardians and students are advised that there may be bus delays this morning. Students may have longer than usual waits at bus stops as drivers may need to take alternate routes.