Student wellness programs ready for new school year
Education, Early Learning and Culture Minister Hal Perry with PEI Health Eating Alliance Healthy Eating Coordinators Melissa Arsenault and Shannon Ochsner.
New and expanded student wellness programs will support student engagement in learning this academic year. Provincial government funding for school breakfast programs will double this year to $200,000.
Back to school
Islanders asked to drive carefully and support students as they return to school.
We're wishing all students and school staff a safe and successful year! With buses back on the road, Islanders should slow down and pay careful attention to students getting on and off the bus.
Fine crafts by Island artisans on display at Eptek Art & Culture Centre
Over 50 pieces of Island fine crafts are on display at the Eptek Art & Culture Centre in Summerside, one of the seven provincial museum sites.
Eptek Centre partnered with the PEI Crafts Council to mount the Celebration of Crafts 2015 and the exhibit will be in place until October 9.
Library outreach van brings the library to Islanders
Education, Early Learning and Culture Minister Hal Perry with Outreach and Technical Services Library Assistant Keri McCaffrey and the Library EnRoute van.
The Library Enroute van has a wifi tech bar with iPads, tablets and laptops, so families can make use of our online services, sign up for a library card and participate in story time.
Major Archaeological Exhibition continues at the Acadian Museum
Visitors can browse through this major Island archeological exhibition ''Digging into the Past'' which continues this summer and fall at the Acadian Museum, in Miscouche.
The exhibition “Digging into the Past” features the results of archaeological investigations conducted at Pointe-aux-Vieux, a pre-Deportation Acadian site on Malpeque Bay.