Accidental Tranbsmission via Alert- October 15th

Accidental Transmission via Alert: Email, phone calls and text messages - October 15, 2015
Earlier this afternoon a message was accidentally released via Alert Systems, by East Pictou Middle School, to many parents and guardians across CCRSB about student absences. The accidental transmission happened during a training exercise. If you received this message via email, text or phone call, please disregard it.
CCRSB apologizes for any confusion and inconvenience this may have caused for parents, guardians and students.

Regional Silver Medalists

Our Grade 7/8 Girls' Softball team captured the Silver Medal at the Regional Championships.  We are very proud of their accomplishments.  Go Coyotes Go!

District Softball Champions

Pictured are the Girls' Softball Champions for our area.  They will be competing with other schools from our Region for that championship.  Way to go, girls.

CyberBullying Presentation

On Friday, June 12, Justice Minister Peter MacKay came to our school to do a presentation for our Grade 8 students and guests from other schools.  The topic was CyberBullying.  Accompanying Minister MacKay is MLA Tim Houston.  Two of our students, Leah McPherson and Camden Bonvie introduced and thanked Minister MacKay.



Visit to MacGregor's Farm

Ms. Shaw's Grade 2 class recently visited MacGregor's Farm where they got to see how a large farm operation works.  Thanks to the MacGregors for their hospitality!


Ms Shaw's Grade 2 class recently participated in a Zumba session which was enjoyed by everyone.

Learning about Plants


Mrs. Mahar's grade 2/3 and Ms. MacKinnion's grade 3 students had a visit from Angie VanKessel of West River Greenhouse. As a connection to their science curriculum, students learned about the different parts and needs of plants and discussed many different types of plants. The students enjoyed having the opportunity to plant their own flower while learning how to care for it!




MORE Rally


Students from our school joined those from several other schools on Thursday, May 7 to attend the MORE Rally at NSCC to offer support to those participating.  Several of our older students ran from Westville to NSCC. 





Student Conference Day

On Monday, May 4, a Student Conference was held.  Guest speaker was Travis Price, co-founder of the Pink Shirt Anti-Bullying initiative.  Students enjoyed hearing his message about being accepting and not standing by while people are being bullied.

Tearmann Presentation

Mrs. Stacey is shown presenting the cheque to Stephanie Duggan from Tearmann House.  The money was raised from the We are Silent campaign.


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