Parents of the Chignecto-Central Regional School Board (CCRSB) can now register their children for the provincial pre-primary program.
The Nova Scotia Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (EECD) released details of the program on Tuesday, July 18. The provincial pre-primary program will begin in September, 2017. To start, 50 pre-primary classes will open in 43 schools across Nova Scotia.
The program locations within CCRSB are:
•New Glasgow Academy
•North River Elementary School
•Shubenacadie District Elementary
Financial Services provides planned and prudent management of the CCRCE's financial resources through fiscal planning, budgeting, and financial management.
Each year the staff in Financial Services process approximately 84,000 pay cheques for approximately 2,700 regular and casual employees.
Retail Sales 11 provides students with responsibility for the operation of an in-house small business, handling and managing cash flow, inventory, direct sales to students and other customers, management and security, and "store" policies and procedures.
What does social justice mean to you?
At CCRCE social justice means that all students have the right to attend safe, welcoming schools, that all people are equal and that we do not discriminate against others. Our Social Justice Framework says that everyone - regardless of gender, race, abilities, class or sexual orientation - has the right to be WHO they are.
Report Cards are issued for students from grades Primary to 12 three to four times each year:
The Chignecto-Central Regional Centre for Education endorses the following principles outlined in the Nova Scotia Department of Education and Early Childhood Development publication, Special Education Policy, 2008.