A presentation by clinical psychologist Dr. Alex Russell, May 31, 7 pm at Evangeline Middle School. Free admission & childcare, all welcome!

Throughout the month of May, celebrate the contributions of Gaels, their language and culture, and their unique communities in Nova Scotia

 

May is recognized as Asian Heritage Month in Canada. Learn more and celebrate the many contributions Canadians of Asian descent have made to Canada's history and cultural tapestry.

Information on Pre-Primary Programs, including new sites for 2018-2019 and registration details.

Primary registration takes place from January to May 2018. We welcome parents/guardians to contact their local school to register new Primary students for the 2018-2019 school year.

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News and Events

The Annapolis Valley Regional Centre for Education’s website and Twitter account will be changing soon to reflect our new name. On June 4, 2018 our website will become www.avrce.ca and our Twitter account will be renamed to @AVRCE_NS.

The Regional Heritage Fair took place at NSCC Kingstec on May 4, with 83 students in grades 4 to 9 taking part. Overall, 74 projects were on display, showcasing students’ research on a wide range of topics on local history, family traditions, and the cultures and heritage of Nova Scotia and Canada.

May 10, 2018: Please click here for an announcement from Cathy Montreuil, Deputy Minister of Education and Early Childhood Development, regarding the AVRCE Regional Executive Director of Education.

On May 5, AVRCE students in grades 5 to 12 joined students from across the province at Mount Saint Vincent University to put their French public speaking skills to the test at the provincial Concours d’art oratoire.

Sixteen AVRCE students received the Lieutenant Governor's Medal at a ceremony in Halifax on May 3. Presented by His Honour, The Honuorable Arthur J. LeBlanc, ONS, QC, Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia, these medals are awarded to two deserving grade 11 students from each high school. The medal recognizes students for leadership and service in the school and community, and commendable performance in the courses in which they are enrolled.

Congratulations to the Lieutenant Governor's Medal recipients on their achievements and contributions!

 

Click here to view May 2018 Monthly Update from the Regional Executive Director of Education, highlighting student achievements, news from schools and developments at the regional level.

On April 10, Horton High School students attended "An evening of storytelling and performance with Evelyn Amony and Emmanuel Jal," hosted by the Romeo Dallaire Child Soldiers Initiative at Dalhousie University. The students had the opportunity to meet the presenters after the show. On behalf of Ms. Verri's Global Geography 12 students, Darcy D'Entremont and Chantel Munroe presented Dr.Shelley Whitman, executive director, with a cheque of over $200.00 from their class fundraising efforts.

Eight West Hants-area students were recognized recently with a Turnaround Achievement Award, for their hard work and perseverance in overcoming personal and educational challenges.

April 17, 2018: Regional Executive Director of Education Roberta Kubik has decided there will be no change to the West Kings District High School start time in September 2018. Feeder schools may see minor schedule changes to reduce time students spend on the bus.

This year’s Annapolis Valley Regional Science Fair featured 76 projects from students in grades P-12 on a wide range of topics, such as innovations to improve our world, data mining, experiments about human behavior and health, and research on the solar system. The science fair took place April 3 to 6 at NSCC Kingstec Campus.

 

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