Students at Wentworth Consolidated Elementary celebrate Mi’Kmaq History Month with special guest

CCRSB News – October 17, 2014 – Recently, students at Wentworth Consolidated Elementary celebrated  Mi’Kmaq History Month with special guest the Rabbit and Bear Paws puppet theatre. Students became puppeteers and learned about respecting others!


Wentworth Consolidated Elementary students posing with their puppets. 

Calling all student artists!

CCRSB News - October 16, 2014 – Hey student artists, want to have your art on display for thousands of visitors to view? CCRSB currently has over 100 pieces of student art displayed at Central Office in Truro and it’s time to refresh our collection with art from you! From now until November 3, CCRSB will be accepting art pieces for display. 

 

CCRSB schools celebrate fire prevention week!

CCRSB News – October 15, 2014 – In honour of Fire Prevention week October 5th – 11th, schools across CCRSB learned about fire safety from local fire fighters.


Tatamagouche Elementary Grade 2 students with fire fighters.

We are not afraid Wednesday featuring artwork from Upper Stewiacke Elementary, Great Village Elementary, and Elmsdale District School.

CCRSB News – October 15, 2014 - This week's “We are not afraid Wednesday” edition was submitted by student artists at Upper Stewiacke Elementary, Great Village Elementary, and Elmsdale District School. Click here to view their submission.

 

Don’t forget to check out this week’s edition of “We are not afraid Wednesday” premiering tomorrow!

CCRSB News - October 14, 2014 - Don't forget to tune in tomorrow to view this week's edition of “We are not afraid Wednesday” featuring artwork from Upper Stewiacke Elementary, Great Village Elementary, and Elmsdale District School.

 

Bridging the gap: Shawn Maloney, First Nation Home-School Liaison Worker

Shawn Maloney and Patsy-Paul Martin.CCRSB News - October 14, 2014 - When you walk through the doors of Hants East Rural High School (HERH), you’re immediately struck by feelings of welcome and inclusiveness, in three languages: English, French and Mi’kmaq. Those feelings are reinforced if you have the opportunity to spend time with Shawn Maloney. 
 
Shawn is the First Nation Home-School Liaison Worker at HERH and he makes the high school a home-away-from-home for First Nation students from the community of Indian Brook. Patsy Paul-Martin, Coordinator of First Nation Cultural Services at CCRSB, knows that Shawn occupies an integral role at the school. “Shawn has been instrumental in the success of First Nation students at HERH,” she says.