CCRSB and CANSA team up for community engagement in Amherst
The Chignecto-Central Regional School Board (CCRSB) and the Cumberland African Nova Scotian Association (CANSA) are teaming up to host a community engagement session in Amherst on Thursday, Oct. 12.
Parents, guardians, students, teachers, school staff and other community members who want to discuss the educational future of African Nova Scotian students in the Amherst area are encouraged to attend. The meeting takes place at the Mini Food Court, 9 Laplanche Street, at 6 p.m.
The meeting is a part of CCRSB’s strategic planning process.
The Chignecto-Central Regional School Board is comprised of 17 board members and 2,700 staff all striving to develop independent, lifelong learners in a student-centered environment, with high expectations for all. CCRSB serves almost 20,000 students from Primary to Grade 12, throughout the counties of East Hants, Colchester, Cumberland and Pictou.
Darcy MacRae, Communications Manager
Chignecto-Central Regional School Board