All schools are closed with student learning wrapping up on June 5. Regional office is closed to the public, however, staff is working remotely & are accessible via email/telephone.

News & Events

Foundations in Educational Support (FEDs) Program 2020

NSCC Lunenburg Campus, in partnership with the South Shore Regional Centre for Education (SSRCE) will be moving forward with our Foundations in Educational Support (FEDs) Program offering in October, 2020! Attached is a DRAFT Program Overview, FEDs 2020-2021 Calendar Map and a letter from the SSRCE outlining the process you need to follow to obtain […]

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Students Will Finish School June 5, 2020

Premier Stephen McNeil announced this afternoon that all public schools in Nova Scotia will remain closed and that learning for this year will wrap up on June 5. Teachers will continue to work remotely after June 5 to complete assessments and other tasks. More information will be provided when available. To read the news release […]

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Regional Update – May 2020

Thank you to our families, teachers, and SSRCE staff for supporting children and youth through difficult times. April 19 marked one of the darkest days in Nova Scotia’s history as details emerged about a mass killing. This was shocking news for our province where people know their neighbours and acts of violence like this are […]

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Update for Students & Families

The 3rd edition of Nova Scotia’s At-Home Student Learning Package is being delivered this week via SaltWire’s flyer packages. It is also available at: More information on SaltWire delivery of the packages is available at: or call 1-800-565-3339. If you already receive flyers you will receive the learning package. The 3rd edition of […]

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Student Registration 2020-2021

Registration during COVID-19 Families can still register their child for school (Pre-Primary to Grade 12) while buildings are closed due to COVID-19. Here are the steps to follow: Please complete all sections of the registration form. You must provide proof of residence (power or water bill), Nova Scotia Health Card and your child’s birth certificate. […]

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