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YCMHS 02 class experiements with glass engraving

On February 26th, the grade 10 O2 class at Yarmouth Consolidated Memorial High School experimented with glass engraving. Each student engraved a mug to be used as a thank you gift for special guests and presenters for the O2 program, and another mug for them to take home and keep as a souvenir.

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Any child who is 5 (five) years of age on or before December 31, 2015, is eligible to attend school in September 2015.

Prents are asked to contact their neighborhood school as soon as possible to pre-register any eligible children for school in September 2015.  Formal registrations will be conducted by the schools at a later date.

 It is the policy of the Tri-County Regional School Board that students will attend schools that service the area in which they live unless student transfers are permitted in accordance with established guidelines and procedures.  For further information on transfers and current boundaries, please contact your neighborhood school.

Parents as Career Coaches - High School Session

 Parents want their children to find happiness and success in life. One factor which influences happiness and success is career choice. Parents as Career Coaches emphasizes the importance of helping your children discover what their passions/interests are.  It will assist your children to identify occupations which might help them pursue their passions. Parents as Career Coaches also encourages parents and their children to consider the many practical factors that will impact career decisions, including, for example, skills, the labour market, and education and training opportunities.

Parents as Career Coaches provides you with

  • Information about what the career journey looks like, to help you deal with the many twists and turns that can occur.
  • Details of what employers are looking for in this new world of work to identify the skills and personal qualities students need to develop to be competitive in the work force. 
  • Information on where to find details on specific jobs, qualifications, opportunities, training, and financing.
  • A parent guide designed to help you work with your children throughout their career journey.
  • A student workbook, which provides your daughter or son with information and activities to:
    • Identify interests and skills
    • Research occupations

Upcoming Two Night Session:

Location:  St. Mary's Bay Academy

Dates:   Wednesday March 4th and Thursday March 5th 2015

Time:  6:30 – 9:00 (each evening)

You can register for an upcoming session at  If you do not have internet access or do not wish to register on the website, please contact the school office to add your name to the session list. (902-837-2340)


Is the program only for parents?

No, other adults in a child's life can take on the role of coach.  The role could be filled by foster parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, or others, who have close contact with the child.

What is the best time to begin helping my child with the career journey?

While it is never too late, there are great advantages in beginning to work with your child as soon as possible. In fact, we strongly encourage parents of grade 10 students to attend to allow more time for you and your child to review various career options.  The goal of starting as early as possible is to ensure that your child will make the best decisions in terms of course selection, education and training and career goals.  

Should I attend if my child already states he/she has a career goal?

Yes, it is just as important to attend a session when your child has a career goal. Parents as Career Coaches will provide both you and your child with the information you need to carefully examine the career goal and to ensure that it is the best choice for your child. Then you can support your child in planning the next steps toward that career goal. 

TCRSB Science Expo - Judges Needed

Tri-County Regional School Board

Requesting local businesses and community members to volunteer to judge our students' science projects at the Tri-County Regional Science and Technology Expo being held at NSCC. Please contact Shauna Murphy at or 749-5678 for further information.

Place: NSCC, Burridge Campus

Date: April 1, 2015

Time:  8:00am – 3:30pm

French Immersion Parent Session Rescheduled

​The French Immersion Parent Information Session scheduled for tonight (February 17th, 2015) at Weymouth Consolidated School has been cancelled and rescheduled for March 2nd at 6:30 p.m.

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