Back Road Closures will be in effect for the following roads Tues, March 5, 2024, due to current road conditions (continue to check SSRCE Transportation Facebook page for latest): Abram Deal Road, Albany New Road, Andrews Head Road, Armstrong Road, Back St Rd, Baker Road, Big Lots Road, Broham Road, Conrad Road (Queens County), County Station Line Rd, Dauphinee Road, Devonshire Rd, East Clifford Road, Goose Chase Rd, Gull Island Rd, Hamms Hill Road, Hibernia Rd (gravel portion only), Hicks Rd, Jessie Lane, Lohnes Rd, Long Cove Road, Medway River Road (gravel section only), Mill Village East Road, Morton Rd, New Elm Rd (gravel section only), North Middle River Road, Old Annapolis Road, Old Chelsea Road, Old Kettle Road, Old Port Mouton Road (gravel section only), Old Westfield Rd, OverHill Road, Ragged Harbour Road, Rosette Rd, Smith Rd (Queens County), Southwest Cove Rd, Whiteburne Rd

Senior Leadership Changes Take Effect in the New Year

The South Shore Regional Centre for Education (SSRCE) would like to announce senior leadership changes that will take effect in the New Year.

Paul Ash, current Regional Executive Director (RED) for Tri-County is moving to the SSRCE as its new Regional Executive Director beginning February 4, 2019.

Chris Boulter is currently providing leadership support to the SSRCE senior team and will assume the Acting Regional Executive Director role until Mr. Ash officially begins in his new position. Paul has done great things for the school community in Tri-County and we welcome him to the South Shore.

Scott Milner, current RED for the South Shore Region has accepted a position to become the Executive Director of the newly formed Common Services Bureau. The Bureau is a tool to help unite the provincial education system by providing services to support the administration and operation of the system. It’s another step toward fulfilling the recommendations laid out by Dr. Avis Glaze in her report, “Raise the Bar”. Further details about the role and activities of the Common Services Bureau will be shared by the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development in the New Year once its operations are underway and the new Executive Director is in place. Part of this work will be to lead the development of a provincial assistive technology strategy and rural education strategy and we wish Scott the best in this new role.

Cathy Montreuil, Deputy Minister of Education and Early Childhood Development, announced these staff changes to the SSRCE school community earlier today.

Have a safe and wonderful holiday season,

The South Shore Regional Centre for Education