Monthly Reports

The October, 2017 edition of the Super’s Report has been released. 

This month we take a look at schools celebrating Mi’kmaq History Month, the impact of absenteeism in schools, and the relational and restorative approach of Truro Elementary. We have also included a video from the first day of school in which young students discuss what they are looking forward to this year. 

You can enjoy the October Super’s Report by visiting here. 


At the beginning of last December, an unusual visitor from the North Pole arrived in Tatamagouche. He appears to be a combination of the Elf on the Shelf and the travelling gnome.  This visitor has become quite a local celebrity and his name is Bruce in the Spruce. During the month of December he randomly pops up throughout the community at events and businesses to bring Christmas joy.

Chignecto-Central Regional School Board is continuing to accept applications for the Early French Immersion Program at Truro Elementary School.

The application deadline has been extended to:
Friday, March 9, 2018

Eligible students must be entering Grade Primary in September 2018. Early French Immersion is offered across CCRSB and has a Grade Primary entry. Eligible students must be starting Grade Primary in September 2018.

The passage of the Education Reform (2018) Act on March 9 will result in some changes that will take effect on April 1, 2018.

On this date, the Chignecto-Central Regional School Board will be officially renamed the Chignecto-Central Regional Centre for Education. Gary Adams’ title will also change from Superintendent/CEO to Regional Executive Director of Education.

The change in names will also be reflected on the CCRSB website, Facebook Page and Twitter account, although the logo will remain in place for now. There will be no changes to email addresses at this time.

In the April 2018 Regional Executive Director's Monthly Report, Regional Executive Director, Gary Adams, looks forward to our new opportunities that come with our new name and administrative structure. The report also highlights the many activities in our schools, an update on Cultural Responsiveness Pedagogy, our Terry Fox Fundraising Results, preparing primary students for success, the inaugural Minister's Entrepreneurship Award of Excellence, and our Connecting Colleagues feature.

Your top choice is The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas. Look for the movie in theatres later this year. Meanwhile, check out Angie Thomas’ website

Thank you to all CCRCE grade 7-12 students who participated in the 2018 TRCA by reading, discussing and voting for the top ten titles.  1602 CCRCE students voted either by paper ballot or online during this year’s program!

Visit the TRCA website to find out how many votes each nominated title received!