News and Media Releases

CCRSB 2014 Graduation Ceremonies – Dates & Times

CCRSB News - June 23, 2014 - The month of June is a busy time for schools in the Chignecto-Central Regional School Board, particularly our high schools as prom and graduation ceremonies go forward. Most graduation ceremonies have limited seating, so CCRSB encourages all of our graduates, their families and friends to confirm with their high school how many tickets each graduate is given and if there are any seats open to the public.

School Community Garden created at Enfield District School thanks to the generosity of many community businesses and volunteers!

CCRSB News - June 19, 2014 - Students at Enfield District Elementary have been busy preparing and planting a school garden. Thanks to the generous donations from many community businesses, the garden has been coming together quickly!

Sobeys donates $500 to Truro Elementary for Natural Playground, in memory of special employee

CCRSB News - June 19, 2014 - On Tuesday June 10, employees from Sobeys Debert Retail Support Centre presented a cheque for $500 to the Truro Elementary Parent Teacher Group (PTG) in memory of Kelly Stewart, an educational assistant at the school who had recently passed unexpectedly. 


L to R: Michael Price, TES Principal; Tim Cosh, Training and Occupational Health & Safety Coordinator, Sobeys;
Falesha Eagles,  Vice President , TES PTG and Heather Bishop-Amero , TES Vice-Principal.

HERH international students enjoy a day of "typical" Nova Scotia fun!

CCRSB News - June 19, 2014 - International students from Hants East Rural High recently went on a sight-seeing and knowledge-building tour in the Halifax Regional Municipality. 

CCRSB launching “We’re not afraid…” ahead of 2014 Stand Up. Speak Out. day of action

CCRSB News - June 18, 2014 - Planning at the Chignecto-Central Regional School Board (CCRSB) is underway for Stand Up. Speak Out. 2014, the board-wide day-of-action against bullying and in support of positive relationships. This year, CCRSB is asking students and staff to show them what “We’re not afraid…” means.

“The idea is for students and staff, through selfies, short videos, pictures, poems – whatever creative outlet they choose – to demonstrate what “We’re not afraid…” means to them”, said Scott Milner, Director of Educational Services for CCRSB. “Stand Up. Speak Out. is all about having a voice, saying “no” when you see something wrong, and reaching out to help others. This theme is a perfect fit with that idea, that we all have a role to play to create positive relationships.”

Great Village Elementary & Truro Junior High School achieve accreditation!

CCRSB News - June 18, 2014 - The Chignecto-Central Regional School Board extends congratulations to the staffs at Great Village Elementary and Truro Junior High School who both achieved accreditation this week!



Great Village Elementary
 

Only 1 day left to vote! - Young Citizens Program 2014: CCRSB students need your vote!

CCRSB News - June 18, 2014 - Three CCRSB students need your votes to win the 2014 Young Citizen's Program! Dawson Leadbetter from Uniacke District School, Sam Rogers from Chiganois Elementary School and MacKenzie Purvis from Uniacke District School all created videos for their amazing heritage fair projects. Now their videos are in the running for the Young Citizen's Program.

Open House – Farewell to Temperance Street School - Wednesday, June 18, 2014

CCRSB News - June 16, 2014 - Members of the public, as well as past and present students and staff of Temperance Street School are invited to attend an open house to celebrate the school’s contribution to the local community and for one last tour before the school closes this summer. Students and staff from Temperance Street will join New Glasgow Academy this fall.

Rawdon District students say "goodbye" to their butterflies

CCRSB News - June 16, 2014 - Mrs. King’s Grade Primary/1 class at Rawdon District School received caterpillars in May and has just released the little critters into the world as butterflies!

The students were very fascinated by how the caterpillars formed their chrysalis and emerged as butterflies.

The butterfly center was added into their daily literacy activities and each week students reported in their non-fiction journals on what they saw happening throughout each stage of the life cycle.

The students created detailed drawings that included labels along with written observations. They also wrote poems and fictional stories about butterflies and compared them to the worms that were in the class a few weeks before. 

 

 

Kraft Dinner anyone? - Bible Hill Central students collect boxes for KD Thursday at CEC

CCRSB News - June 16, 2014 - Students at Bible Hill Central Elementary recently made a large and most welcome donation to Cobequid Educational Centre's KD Thursday organizers - 1,400 boxes of Kraft Dinner!


The Grade 3/4 class built a KD castle to display their donation!