The main phone line at Central Colchester Junior High School is currently not working. To contact a student or staff member at the school, please contact our Cobequid Family Schools Office at (902) 896-5737. Thank you.
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We wish all students, teachers, staff and volunteers a healthy and happy summer vacation!
Bus #36 driven by Jason Embree, affecting students of Chiganois Elementary and Debert Elementary schools is running approximately 20 minutes late this afternoon. (November 7/19)
Welcome to the annual CCRCE Teen Reader's Choice Award and this years theme 5 Reasons to Read!
Each week until March 30th we’re featuring one of the 5 Teen Reader's Choice Award (TRCA) books. With a mix of fiction, non-fiction, graphic and traditional novels these picks are your #5ReasontoRead2020!
Last week, the At-Home Learning: Parent and Guardian Survey was released to encourage feedback on how learning at home went over the past few months for our families.
Now, we want to give our students in Grades 7-12 the same opportunity so we can find out more about what practices we should continue and our opportunities for improvement.
Today, Premier Stephan McNeil has announced a change in the school year calendar. Nova Scotia has fortunately been able to give our children an in-school experience. It is what the experts have continued to tell us is best for our children, and thankfully, so far it has worked.
We know that COVID cases tend to spike after major holidays, as it has in other jurisdictions. So, reflecting on the impact of the holiday break, and the importance of keeping children and families safe, the school break is being adjusted.
West Colchester Consolidated will have an early dismissal today due to a water issue at the school (Feb. 11). Buses will arrive at the school for dismissal at 11:15AM.
Public Health has confirmed that a case of COVID-19 is connected to Cumberland North Academy.
Out of an abundance of caution, Public Health is recommending that all students and staff at Cumberland North Academy be tested for COVID-19, whether or not they have symptoms
The school will receive a deep cleaning on Friday, May 7. Our teachers will continue to provide at-home learning as scheduled tomorrow and next week.
We look forward to welcoming our students back to school on September 7th, 2021.