Celebrate the talents and skills of students in the SSW and NSA Programs!
Wednesday, February 20, 6pm
Horton High School Performance Centre
All ages, all welcome

February is African Heritage Month in Nova Scotia. The 2019 theme is Our History is Your History.

Schools offering specialized French Language programs will host information sessions for parents/guardians in February and March. Click for details. 

We welcome families to contact their local school to register new Primary students for the 2019-2020 school year.

Contact your local school any time to register your child for Pre-Primary, and to find out when your Pre-Primary Open House is happening. Click for Pre-Primary locations and eligibility.

The February 2019 Monthly Update is now available, featuring news, student achievements and stories from schools across our region.

 

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Schools offering specialized French Language programs will host information sessions for parents/guardians in February and March. Click for details. 

We welcome families to contact their local school to register new Primary students for the 2019-2020 school year.

Click here to view the February 2019 AVRCE Monthly Update. Highlights this month include regional African Heritage Month events and celebrations, a story on Math Workshops and how they aim to create student mathematicians, and a guide on what to do when your doesn't want to go to school. 

When "Driver Discretion" is announced, this means that roads not travelled by school buses in the morning will not be travelled after school.

Information on the provincial Pre-Primary Program in AVRCE, including locations, eligibility, registration, and options for out-of-catchment families.

Please have your family's back-up plan ready in case of cancellations due to weather/road conditions. Click to learn how AVRCE announces school cancellations.

Eight AVRCE educators have successfully completed the third cohort of the Nova Scotia Aspiring Leaders Program (ALP), a professional learning program for those interested in becoming effective school administrators. Congratulations to Jodi Durling, Raeanne Fletcher, Kay Greene, Nova Keddy, Karen Lander-Pinard, Chad LeBlanc, Sarah Leslie and Ian Morrison, who received their completion certificates on January 14.

STEM is fun for everyone--teachers and students alike! Wolfville School's STEMfest has inspired teachers to integrate science, technology, engineering and math learning across the curriculum, engaging students in new learning opportunities.

We invite you to view our 2017-2018 Annual Report to the Community. This report provides a snapshot of the previous school year, highlighting student engagement and achievement, as well as the programs and partnerships that help us to support student success. Please click here to take a look.

 

The 2018-2019 AVRCE Class Caps Compliance Report is now available. To view the report, please click here.

 

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