Orange Shirt Day – October 1

Schools in the South Shore Region will be recognizing Orange Shirt Day on Monday October 1 (the first school day after the official date of September 30). We encourage all students to wear orange that day in recognition of residential school survivors. The annual Orange Shirt Day on September 30th opens the door to global […]

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Bridgewater School & Community Playground Grand Opening

The Bridgewater School & Community Playground is open! Phase 1 was completed thanks to a donation from Hollyburn Properties. The $200,000 donation from Stephen Sander of Hollyburn Properties was the final amount needed to complete the playground and due to that phase 2 of the project was able to be funded and is nearing completion! […]

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For SSRCE Staff: Mindfulness in Action

For SSRCE Staff: SSRCE will be offering a 2018-2019 “Mindfulness in Action Education Series”, from October 2018 to May 2019. This series will be offered by Psychologists Kelly Humphries and Shannon Hartlen and Jamie Renouf, SSRCE Teacher. The goal of this series is to explore and develop personal mindfulness practice as well as facilitate growth […]

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Don’t Feed the Troll

Thursday, September 13 was Nova Scotia’s Anti-Bullying Day and to commemorate it the South Shore Regional Centre for Education launched our Don’t Feed the Troll Campaign at every school, which will educate students about online safety and bully prevention. Bullying by definition is when someone repeatedly tries to hurt another person’s feelings, self-esteem or reputation. […]

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Mindfulness for Parents of Children with Autism

The South Shore Chapter Of Autism Nova Scotia Presents: Mindfulness for Parents of Children with Autism Wednesday, September 26 through Tuesday, November 13 6:30 – 7:30 pm Bridgewater Boardroom located in South Shore Regional Centre for Education North Park Street Entrance Parents will learn about the fundamentals of mindfulness as a tool for decreasing stress and […]

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2018 Gold River Pow Wow

Staff and students from the SSRCE were in attendance at the Gold River Pow Wow this past weekend. Regional Executive Director Scott Milner, Coordinator of Mi’kmaq Services Rod Francis and Student Support Worker Sheila Porter even joined some students in the kitchen to cook and serve breakfast. Thanks for making us feel welcome and for […]

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