Hants East Rural High School students and staff wore red to acknowledge missing and murdered indigenous women, men and children. H.E.R.H. students worked collaboratively with Ms. Hayward, Ms. Tibbitts, and Ms. White to promote this Red Dress Campaign. Students created displays, posters, podcasts, digital stories and biographies. Madison Paul Maloney created a video which was shared with all students. Information was shared on the announcements to raise awareness and to educate the school population about all of the lost lives.
CCRCE’s Options and Opportunities (O2) Program is a student-driven program that focuses on career planning through co-operative education and community based learning. It helps prepare our high school students for a successful transition from high school to the needed post-secondary education to pursue their chosen career paths.
Grade 4 students at Uniacke District School have been 'Breaking Out' and engaging in curriculum outcomes!
Students from Mrs. Sharkey and Ms. MacDonald's grade 4 classes have been trying their hand at BreakoutEDU Rooms. Students need to solve clues using their Math, ELA, and problem solving skills to crack number, letter, and direction locks as well as use black light and cipher keys to solve clues.
Grade 5 Students at Brookfield Elementary enjoyed making pizzas in French Class. Students asked for their toppings in French and enjoyed eating them together. Bon appétit!
Some students in Grade 5 at Maple Ridge Elementary have been writing and practicing speeches for a French Public speaking competition. They have been working hard since February and we are very proud of them. On Wednesday after school, they had an in house competition. The gold medal winner will be moving on to the provincial competition in Halifax. Congrats et Bravo to all!
Don't Miss out! Only three shows left of Cobequid Educational Centre's Musical, Newsies.
Shows: April 3, 5, 6 at 7:00 PM.
Tiockets are still available and available at MacQuarries.
This year's show sponsor is Community Credit Union.
McCulloch Education Centre has partnered with well-known children’s author Sheree Fitch to work with both students and staff. Sheree has conducted workshops with teachers afterschool, and will be working directly with students in their classes on improving their writing abilities. Sheree’s enthusiasm for writing is contagious and the whole school is excited about working with her. By year’s end, MEC hopes to publish an anthology of student and teacher writing, highlighting the work with Sheree this past year.
On February 1st, African Nova Scotian students from West End Memorial and Junction Road Elementary attended the African Heritage Month Launch and Poster Unveiling with host Warden A. Gillis, Municipality of Cumberland & CANSA. The unveiling took place at the Dr.Carson & Marion Community Center in Springhill, Nova Scotia. Students also enjoyed some Jamaican Cuisine!
Did you know that at Winding River Consolidated they start each morning with a school-wide “Write Away” time? These dedicated 15 minutes each day helps improve literacy and sparks the creative process. CCRCE’s Regional Executive Director, Gary Adams, stopped in to join the “Write-Away” session.
Bible Hill Consolidated opened its doors and welcomed its families to come in and share a book with students. Families snuggled up throughout the school to read and celebrate Family Literacy Day.
The Physics 11 class from Amherst Regional High School had a great time teaching Mrs. Devine’s grade 6 class about energy and how electricity is generated in renewable and non-renewable ways. The students were wonderful role models for the younger students. The students learned and practiced their new skills by planning and carrying out their lessons.
Students at Scotsburn Elementary celebrated Martin Luther King Day with a school march and an assembly paying tribute to the impact he had on the world. Celebrations were capped off with a cake to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr’s birthday.