Delayed bus this afternoon: January 23, 2015

CCRSB New - January 23, 2015 - Parents/guardians of students travelling on Bus #93, driven by Danny Yorke, servicing Londonderry and West Colchester, may be delayed by as much as 30 minutes this afternoon due to a mechanical problem. 

Advocate District students moving on to Regional Science Fair

CCRSB News - January 23, 2015 - On January 21 2015, Advocate District School held its first Science Fair in over 10 years. Ms. Foster's Grade 8 -10 Science students presented science projects that were judged by Mr. Greg Nix. Gabby and Denver Fraser’s, "Does Practice Make Perfect?" and Jordan MacGillivary and Olivia Fletcher’s, "Global Warming" projects  will represent Advocate District School in March at the Regional Science Fair. Congratulations to all students, and special thanks to Mr. Nix for judging! 

Best of luck to all CCRSB students writing exams next week!

CCRSB News - January 23, 2015 - CCRSB would like to wish all secondary students writing exams next week the best of luck. Remember, if school is cancelled during the examination period, the whole exam schedule will move ahead by one day. For example, if school is cancelled on Monday due to inclement weather, exams scheduled for Monday will move to Tuesday, exams scheduled for Tuesday will move to Wednesday, and so on. If students have questions about their examination schedules they should contact their school office.

West Highlands Elementary School makes Valentines for Veterans

CCRSB News - January 22, 2015 - West Highlands Elementary School students from Mrs. Little’s Grade Primary class, Mrs. Cail’s Grade Primary/1 class and Ms. Gould’s Grade 3 class decorated Valentine’s Day cards for Canadian veterans. Veterans Affairs Canada will deliver these special valentines to veterans living in long-term care facilities across Canada. Well done West Highlands!  


Bring the world home: Welcome an international student to your home!

CCRSB News January 21, 2015 – The Nova Scotia International Student Program (NSISP) has launched a new campaign to increase awareness of the program within the province. “Bring the World Home” promotes the benefits of hosting an international student. Nova Scotia has proven to be a popular destination for international students to live and study, but more host families are needed to ensure the success and continued growth of the NSISP.

"We are not afraid Wednesday" featuring Grade 3 and 4 students from Elmsdale District Elementary!

CCRSB News – January 21, 2014 – Today is “We are not afraid Wednesday! This week’s video features the Grade 3 and 4 students from Elmsdale District Elementary School. Check out their video here!