Information from Nova Scotia Health on the steps taken if a COVID-19 case is reported in a school community.

Our November 2020 Monthly Update is here, highlighting the Africentric Cohort at Horton High School, Remembrance Day in schools, and more.

Many positions are available for the 2020-21 school year. Click to apply online or call 902-538-4739.

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On November 24, Public Health confirmed a positive COVID-19 case connected to Northeast Kings Education Centre (NKEC). Following Public Health direction, NKEC will be closed from November 25-27 for contact tracing and deep cleaning.

Our November 2020 Monthly Update is here, highlighting the Africentric Cohort at Horton High School, Remembrance Day in schools, and more.

On Tuesday, November 3, 2020, the province announced that school gyms will gradually reopen to community groups for physical activity and sports.

The 2020-2021 AVRCE Class Caps Compliance Report is now available. To view the report, please click here.

 

Many positions are available for the 2020-21 school year. Click to apply online or call 902-538-4739.

Nova Scotia's Back to School Plan for 2020-21

Information on the provincial Pre-Primary Program in AVRCE, including locations, eligibility, registration, busing availability. Starting in September 2020, Pre-Primary will be offered in all school communities, with transportation available for eligible children.

Our 2019-2020 Annual Report to the Community looks back on a truly extraordinary school year, highlighting student progress, our System Improvement Plan, and key facts about AVRCE.

AVRCE’s Parent Navigator, Tammy Ring, helps guide families to supports and services. As part of the Student Services team, she works collaboratively with schools, SchoolsPlus and community agencies to connect families with services available in education, justice, health, community services, and more. 

We want to give students the tools and support they need to succeed. Every year, we work closely with staff of our schools, region, and the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development, to ensure we match funding to our region’s needs. Our 2020-21 budget includes both new and continued support for students and...

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