b'HalifaxRegional Centre for Educa\x0eon Regional Executive Directors ReportOur stories about improving student achievement eleroux@hrce.ca @Elwin_LeRoux NOVEMBER 2019|VOL. 3Inside Regional Student Success Plan#HRCEID2019 SAC News Quick ContactsQuestions or concerns that are school-related? the first point of contact should always be the childs teacherJourney to Lightif the question or concern is unresolved, Our past, our present, our futureour students contact the school principal if the question or concern is still StudentswhotestedanewcurriculumAtthe release of the final report, they hadunresolved, contact HRCE at thatexploresthehistoryoftheNovathe opportunity to spend time with some902-464-2000 and families will ScotiaHomeforColoredChildrenof those former residents and storytellers.be directed to the right person(NSHCC) had the opportunity to meet the people behind their most recent historyDuring the ceremony, two students alsoQuestions about supports lesson. lit a candle to represent the role youngavailable for students and people are playing in the path forward.families? The 19 students from Auburn Drive High wereinvitedbythePremierofNovaLearnmoreabouttheDOHRinitiative,Contact HRCEs Parent Navigators Scotiatoattendtheofficialreleaseofandwhattheexperiencemeanttowww.hrce.ca/PN the report of the Restorative Inquiry for thestudents on page 3. Nova Scotia Home for Colored ChildrenonQuestions about student November 28.transportation?Last month, the students participated inContact HRCEs Transportation Team the Digital Oral History for Reconciliation 902-431-HRCE (4723)(DOHR) initiative.transportation@hrce.caInthistwo-weekcurriculumpilot, studentsheardfirst-handstoriesfromSchool Year Calendarthose who experienced harm at the home through virtual reality. 1'