Monthly Reports

During a recent Skills Canada competition three South Colchester Academy students were awarded first, second and third place for photography! Emily McEwen (gold), Arthur Dodsworth (silver) and Carli Fisher (bronze) put their best work forward and were awarded with a sweep of medals. With her gold medal win, Emily moves on to the Skills Canada National Competition in Saskatoon in May. Great job students and good luck to Emily at nationals! 

CEC students and staff spent a week and half collecting supplies and donations for the Colchester SPCA in a supply drive organized by Chase Patterson and the school’s Gender and Sexuality Alliance (GSA) group.  On Wednesday, April 30th CEC students Isaac Cook and Chase Patterson delivered the collected supplies and a $350.00 donation to the staff at the shelter. Well done, CEC!

 

 On Friday, June 5th, students from Tatamagouche Elementary School and North Colchester High School (NCHS) will join together in a walk from the community field in Tatamagouche to the Creamery Square as part of the Let Me Be Me Rally.  

Let Me Be Me is held in support of, to show appreciation for, and to celebrate, the differences that make us all unique.  

Date: Friday, June 5, 2015

Time: 12:10 pm start 

Upper Stewiacke Elementary!

In October, the Grade 5/6 class at Upper Stewiacke Elementary decided to tackle the issue of bus safety with a home-grown video. Though their submission didn't win the Bus Safety Week contest, we think it's an Oscar-worthy production! Special thanks is extended - by the students - to school Principal Pam Ellis; Bus Driver Terri Conrad, and RCMP officers Stuart Beselt and Lorilee Morash for their help and support bringing the video to life.

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