Musquodoboit Valley Education Centre- Learning is the way to GROW!

10246 Hwy. #224 Middle Musquodoboit, Nova Scotia


(902) 384-2555 (Phone)/ 384-3052 (Fax)

Main Office- Principal- Mrs. Legge/ Vice- Principal-Mr. Ashley

Administrative Assistant- Mrs. Jodrey

Our Policies

Our Curriculum

Our CSI Plan


Our Staff

Our Links

Our Volunteers

Important Dates and Information-


November 3- Picture Retake Day
November 5- Running Club at Victoria Park
November 11- Remembrance Day (No School)
November 14- Grade 6 Band Students attend Drum Festival
November 17- Parent- Teacher Interviews/ PD in morning (No School)
November 19- SAC Meeting at 4pm and Home and School Meeting at 6:30pm
November 27- African Heritage Month Play Presentation by HRM Libraries  in am (All Welcome!)
November 28- We Day for Grade 6 Students

December 1- Assessment and Evaluation Day (No School)
December 2- Reindeer Crafts and Stories at 6:30 pm in the MVEC Library (Sponsored by the Eastern Shore Literacy Network)
December 5-7- Festival of Trees and Crafts
December 11- Report Cards go to Families
December 15- Christmas Bazaar (Volunteers Welcomed!)
December 16- MVEC Student Christmas Dinner
December 17- Christmas Concert/ School Clothing Order Pick-Up
December 18- Christmas Concert Snow Date
December 19- Maritime Centre for African Dance visits in am Last Day of School for 2014

Happy Holidays!

MVEC SCHOOL SUPPLIES 2014-2015 (click here!)

MRHS Grade Seven School Supplies (click here!)


About Our School-

Our school is located in Middle Musquodoboit overlooking the beautiful Musquodoboit River.  The name ‘Musquodoboit’ originates from  Mi’kmaq meaning ‘rolling out in foam’.  Europeans first settled in the Musquodoboit Valley around 1783 – 1800. ‘The Valley’ has always had deep connections to natural resources such as agriculture, mining and forestry. It  is comprised of many small communities situated along the Musquodoboit River stretching from Dean to Meagher’s Grant. The total area is approximately 175,000 acres with a population of approximately 5000 residents. ‘The Valley’ is located in the heart of Nova Scotia.  Historically people lived on small family farms and were self sufficient.  Economics have had an impact on the natural resources sector consequently 'the Valley'  has witnessed the consolidation of agricultural and forestry based operations.

School Hours-

8:20 Supervision of students
8:45 First Bell; classes begin
10:30 Recess
10:45 Classes Resume
11:55 - 12:10 (outside 12:20 - 12:55) Lunch Break for P - 3 students
12:15 - 12:20 (outside 12:30 - 12:55) Lunch Break for 4 - 6 students
12:55 Classes Resume
2:45 First Bus Dismissal
2:50 Final Dismissal




Important Links-


HRSB Website

Environment Canada

Environment Canada

World Book Online


PowerSchool Teacher

PowerSchool Parent Portal

PowerSchool Administrator