The June 2019 Monthly Update from the Regional Executive Director of Education is now available, featuring news, student achievements and stories from schools across our region.

 

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Click here to view the June 2019 AVRCE Monthly Update from the Regional Executive Director of Education. This month’s edition highlights regional SAC meetings, summer learning tips for families, student participation in skilled trades and technologies events, recipients of the Lieutenant Governor’s Respectful Citizenship Awards, a special project by NKEC Grade 6s, and tips on how to check school bus information over the summer.

Three AVRCE students are among the 2019 recipients of the Lieutenant Governor’s Respectful Citizenship Award, in recognition of their leadership and commitment to creating safe and inclusive spaces in schools and communities. 

Information on the provincial Pre-Primary Program in AVRCE, including locations, eligibility, registration, and options for out-of-catchment families. New locations have been added for September 2019.

On May 3, over 100 students in grades 4 to 9 took part in the annual Regional Heritage Fair, presenting 96 projects on a wide range of topics related to local history, family traditions, and the cultures and heritage of Nova Scotia and Canada. The Regional Heritage Fair is a chance for students to explore and celebrate Canada’s unique heritage and cultural diversity, and to engage in deep learning about subjects they find interesting or personally relevant. 

Each year, the Lieutenant Governor’s Medals are awarded to two grade 11 students from each high school, in recognition of demonstrated leadership qualities, service to the school and community, and commendable academic standing. The following students received medals from the Honourable Arthur J. Leblanc, Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia, at a ceremony in Halifax on May 1:

 

In April, Horton High School celebrated Kindness Day to encourage positive health and wellness among students and staff. Workshops throughout the day were aimed at raising spirits and provoking thought. Each session was intended to meet one of two objectives: To introduce students to practical, manageable ways to reduce stress through an activity, hobby, or therapeutic approach; and to challenge students’ thinking to shift from from negative to positive thought processes. 

This year’s Annapolis Valley Regional Science Fair featured over 100 projects from students in grades P-12 covering a wide range of science, engineering and technology topics. This year's event also also included a Family Science Night giving students the chance to share their research. Four student scientists will represent our region at the Canada Wide Science Fair in May, while many others received awards and recognition for their hard work.

 

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

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 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.

 

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