Proclaimed in 1993 on Treaty Day (October 1) by then Premier John Savage and Mi'kmaq Grand Chief Ben Sylliboy, Mi'kmaq History Month features educational and cultural activities, providing us all with the opportunity to improve our knowledge and awareness of Mi’kmaq culture, history and heritage.
Across CCRSB, students, teachers and staff celebrated Mi’kmaq History Month in a number of ways.
Operational Services is responsible for two main divisions: Property Services and Pupil Transportation.
The Property Services Division is responsible for the maintenance and custodial care of approximately 100 buildings. The Pupil Transportation Division provides daily transportation to over 17,000 children across CCRCE.
Occasionally, weather conditions can impact school bus service and school operations – especially in the winter. When it is stormy or road conditions are poor, CCRCE’s Transportation Services staff starts the day before 6:00 a.m. by:
Chignecto Central Regional Centre for Education (CCRCE) administers educational programs, supports, and services within the boundaries of Colchester County, Cumberland County, Pictou County, and the Municipality of East Hants. Our 65 schools provide excellent educational programming to over 19,000 students in grades Primary to 12, including international students, as well as pre-primary programs. 2021-22 will mark CCRCE’s third year of its System Improvement Plan, Thrive and Achieve.
The 2015 Nominees
The Teen Reader’s Choice Award gives students the opportunity to interact and enjoy reading with other students who have the same passion. This year the shortlist of 10 titles selected by CCRSB Library Services staff represents positive portrayals of diversity that students can relate to.
The Top 10 books are:
Important: The primary mode of communicating storm closures will continue to be through the news media (radio), however, we will post storm closure notices on our website as soon as possible.
The Chignecto-Central Regional Centre for Education is committed to the philosophy that every student, regardless of individual differences, has the right to an appropriate public education which aims to develop to the fullest extent possible, his/her abilities, talents and skills.
At Chignecto Central Regional Centre for Education, we are committed to high expectations for all our students and staff. Our Vision, Mission, and Values guide our daily work and system initiatives to achieve student success.
Each student contributes meaningfully as a global citizen and thrives in an ever-changing world.
We create engaging learning experiences in inclusive environments that support each student’s well-being and social emotional development.