Category Archives: Board Office News

Minister’s Entrepreneurship Award of Excellence

The province, in partnership with the Business Education Council, is inviting students in grades six to 12 in Nova Scotia public schools to apply for the first Minister’s Entrepreneurship Award of Excellence. Three awards will be given to students that exhibit entrepreneurial pursuits in technology, innovation and creativity, and social enterprise. The deadline to apply […]

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Casual Teacher Assistant Training Program

Are you interested in working as a casual teacher assistant? Get prepared with this training program! This three-day training program will provide you with an introductory look into the teacher assistant guidelines and policies, as well as an overview of the duties required to work on a casual basis as a teacher assistant. If you […]

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Autism N.S. is asking for your stories

Are you a teen or adult with autism? If so, Autism Nova Scotia wants to hear from you! Autism Nova Scotia is collecting stories from teens and adults with autism about their experiences in school to send to the Commission on Inclusive Education. Take a few minutes to complete the brief questionnaire. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdWkWJ3Zt3r9wDEYaR-_BO6HTIsIjXtHVL7YJ9W9JtCMZlw4Q/viewform

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Free online tutoring for grades 9,10 and 11

UPDATE: There will be extended online tutoring hours the week before exams. From Jan. 24-30, students can reach a tutor on the Homework Hub from 5:00 to 10:00 p.m. The Nova Scotia Homework Hub provides students in grades 9, 10 and 11 with additional mathematics support by offering free one-on-one online tutoring sessions and mathematics […]

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Reach for the Stars – 2018 Girls Conference: March 2, 2018

The Alexa McDonough Institute for Women, Gender, and Social Justice is pleased to announce that the seventh annual Girls Conference will be held at Mount Saint Vincent University on Friday, March 2, 2018. This year’s conference title is “Reach for the Stars”! Girls Conference Mission: To help this generation of Nova Scotian girls (ages 11 years and […]

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Opportunities for African Nova Scotians

The Black Educators Association (BEA) encourages African Nova Scotians to apply for its 2018-19 BEA bursary. The mission of the BEA is to monitor and ensure the development of an equitable education system so that African Nova Scotians are able to achieve their maximum potential. The Delmore “Buddy” Daye Learning Institute (DBDLI) has launched the […]

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