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Island students have more opportunities to be physically active
Active at School
(L-R): Barb Mullaly, member of the go!PEI Steering Committee; Minister Currie; Lieutenant Governor Frank Lewis; Cam Beach, Charlottetown Canadian Tire Dealer; Premier Ghiz.

The provincial government is partnering with Canadian Tire to provide physical activity equipment to Prince Edward Island schools.

Souris Regional School officially opened
Souris Regional School
(L-R): Transportation Minister Robert Vessey, Premier Robert Ghiz, Education and Early Childhood Development Minister Alan McIsaac and English Language School Board Chair Fred Osborne join students for the official opening of Souris Regional School.

Government is proud to officially open the $20 million K-12 Souris Regional School. It includes a new K-6 academic wing, culinary teaching area, enhanced IT and trades spaces, two gymnasiums and three playgrounds.

Celebrating our teachers and school staff
Celebrating our teachers and school staff
(L-R): Spring Park Elementary School Principal Terry MacIsaac; Administrative Assistant Barbie MacQuarrie; Home and School Federation President Peter Rukavina.

During National Teacher/Staff Appreciation Week, we reflect on the important contributions made by teachers and school staff who support our students throughout the school year.

Strengthening career development in schools
(L-R): Mitch Murphy, English Language School Board; Sareena Hopkins and Lynne Bezanson, Canadian Career Development Foundation; and Kathy McDonald, Department of Education and Early Childhood Development.

Government is committed to helping students graduate with the required knowledge, skills, and attitudes for post-secondary education, apprenticeship programs, and the labour market, says Education and Early Childhood Development Minister Alan McIsaac.

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