Active at School partnership launched
Education and Early Childhood Development Minister Alan McIsaac (second from left) with Queen Charlotte students. Looking on are Premier Robert Ghiz (far right);Olympic Gold Medalist Heather Moyse and Health and Wellness Minister Doug Currie.
The Province of Prince Edward Island and Canadian Tire are partnering on Active at School, an initiative to encourage physical activity in Island students before, during and after school.
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.
Back to school - First Day of School: Thursday, September 4
Have a safe and successful year!
The Government of Prince Edward Island extends best wishes to teachers, school staff, and early childhood educators who enable our students to thrive, achieve and succeed at school and in life.
Ministers of Education met in Charlottetown
CMEC serves as the pan-Canadian forum where ministers responsible for education come together to tackle the key education issues that underpin our success as a society and economy.
Skills, Aboriginal education, improved student performance, and partnership were the focus of the 103rd meeting of the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC), in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.
Island students awarded medals at Canada-Wide Science Fair
The Canada Wide Science Fair is the largest extra-curricular youth science activity in Canada.
Five Island junior high students represented Prince Edward at the Canada Wide Science Fair recently, earning three medals.