Eight CCRSB students off to Provincial Heritage Fair!

CCRSB News: 
Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Congratulations to all Provincial & Regional Heritage Fair Participants!

On May 6, over 190 Grade 4 to 9 students presented 161 projects – 34 en français – at the annual Chignecto-Central Regional Heritage Fair at the Truro Campus of the Nova Scotia Community College. Our Grade 4-9 students, representing 10 schools, wowed the volunteer judges with their ingenuity, research, presentation skills and enthusiasm.  Click here to read the full list of Regional Winners!

From the Regional Fair, eight projects were selected to move on the provincial heritage fair at Saint Mary’s University, June 2-3: 

  • Lauren Bailey, EB Chandler Junior High School
  • Kailey Rushton, Pugwash District High School 
  • Breanna Gabriel, Pugwash District High School 
  • Blake Withrow, Rawdon District Elementary 
  • Chase Clayton, Springhill Junior / Senior High School 
  • Kelsa Sibley, Truro Junior High School 
  • Quartaya Boudreau-Poirier, Uniacke District School 
  • Chloe Beamish, Uniacke District School

Thank you to the community workshop presenters from the Little White School House Museum, the Colchester Historium, the Wallace & Area Museum, the Nova Scotia Museum of Industry, the NSPE Farm Equipment Museum, and Wi'koum Cross Cultural Services, who helped to make the Regional Fair such an exciting educational experience for students, and to our many, many volunteer judges. Special thanks is extended to the staff of the Nova Scotia Community College, Truro Campus for their fine support, to the CCRSB Operational Services staff who assisted with the setup and tear-down of the facility, and to students from Cobequid Educational Centre who provided Alumni service, assisted with judging, and entertained participants in the early afternoon. 

The Regional Heritage Fair committee, under Ken Henderson’s leadership, and with administrative support from Greg Nix and Peter Oldrieve, is to be commended for the excellent job in organizing and planning the Regional Heritage Fair for students across CCRSB!