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Welcome To North Colchester High School - Home of The Mustangs

 

90 Blair Avenue,
Tatamagouche NS   B0K 1V0
   
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 Important Info:

Principal: Mr. Tom Thomson 

Vice Principal: Mr. Shawn Hale

Admin. Assist: Mrs. Christy Hayman

Exams scheduled to be written on Jan.27th have been moved to Friday, Jan. 30th. 

Exams scheduled for Jan. 28th have been moved to Monday, Feb.2, 2015

THERE WILL BE NO SCHOOL FOR ALL STUDENTS  AT CEC AND NORTH COLCHESTER HIGH SCHOOL ON TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3RD.  This is a marking and grading day.  Semester 2 will begin on Feb. 4th.
New School Public Meeting Changed to Jan 29th at
Tatamagouche Elementary School.  Time:  6:30 p.m.
 
 
 

New P-12 School in Tatamagouche - Enhancements Fundraising Committee

As one of its first steps, the committee will be reaching out to the community, through a public meeting, to hear what things people would consider as 'must-have items' in our new school.  Some items from the resulting list will no doubt be included as basics, and financed by the Department of Education in its funding allocation, while others will not.  Based on community input, it will then be up to the Enhancements Committee to determine   which of these other must-have items might be achievable, based on the level of fundraising that takes place.

This public meeting will now take place on January 29 at 6:30pm at Tatamagouche Elementary School.  A Facebook page has also been set up (search 'New School in Tatamagouche') where an open discussion of the situation can occur. COME AND SHARE YOUR OPINION!  Architectural plans have not yet been drafted, so now is the time!

 
 
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Become a Host Family for an International Student

The homestay program is the heartbeat of the Nova Scotia International Program experience.  For students it's a way to learn about the Canadian way of life.  For host families, it's an opportunity to bring the world home and gain a new family member.

Since 1997, the Nova Scotia International Student Program has welcomed students from around the world into homes across Nova Scotia. Working in partnership with the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development, students are given the opportunity to improve their English language skills while learning first-hand about life in Canada.

Eligible students come from all over the world and are carefully matched with Nova Scotian host families with the help of our dedicated homestay coordinators. Students range in age from 8-18 years old and stay anywhere from one month to one year. Participating in the Program can be a life changing experience for both students and their host families. Get involved today!

For more information, visit: https://nsisp.ca/become-host-family 

International Student Host Family Info:
Please contact us for more information about this rewarding experience.
 
Monica Nielsen

902-754-6010

nielsenm@ccrsb.ca 

 
December Newsletter available under "Newsletter" Heading.
 
Lieutenant Governor Respectful Citizenship Award.  See details here:
 
  
 
 
 

 

 
 
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