News and Media Releases

Committee-of-the-Whole meeting tonight: Wednesday, December 3, 2014

CCRSB News - December 3, 2014 - The Committee-of-the-Whole Meeting of the Chignecto-Central Regional School Board will be held this evening Wednesday, December 3 at 7: 00 p.m. in the Central Office Boardroom, 60 Lorne Street, Truro.

All schools in Cumberland County closed today, November 27, 2014

CCRSB News - November 27, 2014 All schools in Cumberland County are closed today due to the weather. This means that any Parent-Teacher sessions and all school-based after school activities are also canceled. 

“We are not afraid Wednesday” featuring a singer from Hants North Rural High School

CCRSB News - November 26, 2014 - This week’s “We are not afraid Wednesday” features Anna Barfoot, a Hants North Rural High School student signing "Invisible on purpose". Click here to watch her video. 

Enfield District School students surprised by a "classy" performance

CCRSB News – November 25, 2014 – Enfield District School students recently received some surprise visitors: Classified (Luke Boyd) and David Myles. The two artists performed for the students and staff and shared important messages. Students sang along, clapped and also had an opportunity to ask questions of the performers. Classified shared an important message with students: hard work and determination can lead to great things. 


Classified and David Myles performing at Enfield District School.

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

CCRSB News - November 25, 2014 - Tune in tomorrow to view this week’s submission of “We are not afraid Wednesday” featuring Anna Barfoot, a Hants North Rural High School student, singing "Invisible on purpose". 

How do you define Social Justice?

CCRSB News - November 25, 2014 - Chances are if you put eight people in a room together and ask them, “What does Social Justice mean to you?” you will get eight different answers. As a society, we seek to find common understanding and meaning. So, when we are presented with a term or an idea that’s not easily defined it can be viewed as an unwelcome challenge. Normally that would be a problem.
 
That’s not the case for CCRSB’s Social Justice Lead Team.
 

Social Justice Lead Team Members: (Front L-R) Doreen Richard, Patsy-Paul Martin & Jocelyn Dorrington.
(Back L to R) Delroy (Les) Mullings & Trevor Boyd. (Missing from photo) Katey Gloade, Leanne Aresenault & Bruce Fisher. 
 

Parrsboro Regional High "scares" hunger one pound at a time!

CCRSB News – November 24, 2014 - On Halloween night students from Mrs. Siddall and Ms. Kernohan's Leadership class at Parrsboro Regional High participated in the Free the Children, We Scare Hunger campaign. The two classes encouraged other students to collect food instead of candy and collected over 620 lbs of food for the local Food Bank.

Way to go Parrsboro Regional High School!

 

 

 

CSI Spotlight: Elmsdale District Elementary School

CCRSB News - November 24, 2014 - Continuous School Improvement (CSI) emphasizes the engagement of school administration, teachers and school staff in an ongoing cycle of reflection and action within a professional learning community culture. A school’s CSI plan is built to incorporate the goals of CCRSB’s Strategic Plan: Increase student learning; and provide positive, safe, socially-just learning environments. 


Elmsdale District Elementary's CSI Team.

Report card changes: Information for parents, guardians and students

CCRSB News - November 20, 2014 - Report card season is upon us! Throughout this month, students across CCRSB will be receiving their first report cards of the year. With that in mind, CCRSB wants to ensure that everyone is aware of the changes that have been made to the way report cards are written. (The changes were first announced by the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development in August 2014).

Superintendent's Annual Report to Parents, Guardians and Community 2013-2014

Strengthening our Learning Community

I am pleased to present the Chignecto-Central Regional School Board’s (CCRSB) 2013-2014 Annual Report. I consider this my report to all members of CCRSB’s Community, from parents and guardians to staff and elected board members.
 
In the pages of my report you will find an accounting of some of the many activities, programs and actions completed by CCRSB staff in the last year, all with a focus on increasing student learning and creating positive, safe and socially-just learning environments.