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District Advisory Councils begin work
Students at work in a science class
Students, and all those who support students, will have a stronger voice and unprecedented influence on Prince Edward Islandís education system.

The new Family of Schools District Advisory Councils will give parents and students a voice in an education system that is focused on the learner. Together, we will ensure that all partners are focused on achieving the same goal: for our learners to achieve excellence.

School breakfast programs benefit from community support
Education, Early Learning and Culture Minister Doug Currie joined Parkdale Elementary student Camron Watts and volunteer Audrey Mayhew at their school breakfast program.

Government funding of $200,000 annually for school breakfast program is complemented by local donations, fundraising and support from provincial and national organizations.

Winter museum hours
Linda Berko, Dr. David Keenlyside, Minister Doug Currie
Collections Curator and Conservator Linda Berko joins Museum and Heritage Foundation Executive Director Dr. David Keenlyside and Education, Early Learning and Culture Minister Doug Currie for a conversation about events at Beaconsfield Historic House.

Three Prince Edward Island Museum and Heritage Foundation sites are open year-round, offering activities such as genealogy, art, book clubs and films. A visit to a local museum is a great way to spend a few hours on a wintery day, while learning about our Island heritage.

Alberton Public Library re-opened
Alberton Library
The Alberton Public Library has moved to its new home in the Old Stone Station at 11 Railway Street in Alberton.

The Old Stone Station is a heritage building that has been renovated by the Town of Alberton to accommodate the needs of the library and all library resources have been moved over to the new location.

Build early literacy skills by reading together
Minister Doug Currie celebrates Family Literacy Day
Education, Early Learning and Culture Minister Doug Currie and joins Ian Hall and his sons for some family reading time.

All it takes is 15 minutes of practice every day to help children build a foundation for lifelong learning. Parents are a childís first and most important teacher, they play a key role in supporting literacy development in children,

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