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Second Recess-Ukulele Group
First Recess-Intramural Dodgeball (Gr. 4 Boys)
Saturday–Provincial Cross Country at Mill River
October 17th-21st is School Library Week on P.E.I.!
HOME & SCHOOL:
-The next regular meeting will be held on Wednesday, October 26th, at 6:30 p.m.. Everyone is invited to attend!
MESSAGE FROM PEI HOME & SCHOOL FEDERATION:
REMINDER to REGISTER for:
Semi-Annual Meeting, Tuesday, October 25, 2016, 6:00 – 8:30 p.m.
Location: Gulf Shore Consolidated School (185 Hilltop Avenue, North Rustico, PEI.)
Lunch is included: experience a fantastic, affordable, healthy school lunch conceived by Island chefs.
You can register online at: http://peihsf.ca/register-semi , by phone: 1-800-916-0664 or (902) 620-3186 or use the attached brochure. Your president was mailed a copy of the brochure. We need to determine how many are attending for food preparation. Mailing registration by Post is recommended. If this is not possible, cheques / cash will be accepted at the door.
You will have an opportunity to meet:
- TONY GERACI, Cafeteria Man – Anthony (Tony) Geraci is a chef and Food Service Consultant. He is the former Director of Food and Nutrition for Con-Val School District, Baltimore City Public Schools, Memphis City and Shelby County Public Schools. During his time in Baltimore, Tony worked with local food service directors to transform the way school breakfast and lunch programs were sourced, prepared and delivered. The film “Cafeteria Man” is the story of Tony’s quest to bring healthy, nutritious food to thousands of school children.
- SUSAN ROBERTS, Asset Based Community Development – Susan Roberts is a Prince Edward Islander by birth. She has a Master of Education and is a Registered Dietitian. Over the last 15 years, Susan has focused her energy on asset-based community development, building sustainable food systems and advocating for food sovereignty in Canada and Alberta.
- TAMMY HUBLEY-LITTLE, Director, Leadership and Learning – Tammy Hubley-Little comes from the former English Language School Board where she was Director of Curriculum Delivery. She holds a BSc from UPEI, and a Master’s of Education degree in Counselling and a Doctorate in Education from Durham University in England. Tammy’s teaching experience extends from Norway to England and back to Prince Edward Island. She has been a sessional lecturer at UPEI in the areas of Literacy and Assessment. Tammy is now the Director of Leadership and Learning in the Department of Education, Early Learning and Culture.