Islanders invited to vote for French book expo poster
Voting in the poster contest is open until March 13.
Grade 4 and 6 French Immersion and French First Language students designed posters to promote our very first major French book expo.
School calendar restructured to support student learning
Professional learning is directly connected to a teacherís work in the classroom
Government added two more school days to the 2014-15 school calendar and reduced the number of short weeks in the school year.The number of instructional days stays the same and professional learning days are now embedded into the calendar.
RBC Celebrate 2014 School Program announced
Mary MacInnis, RBC Branch Manager, Ministers Robert Henderson, Tourism and Culture, and Alan MacIsaac, Education and Early Childhood Development, announce the RBC Celebrate 2014 School Program with Spring Park school students, Elena Saad and Aidan Harris
The RBC Celebrate 2014 School Program offers Island teachers access to curriculum-based activities, including visits to historic sites, to help students understand life in 1864 and the role Prince Edward Island played in the creation of Canada.
2012-2013 SHAPES-PEI Provincial Student Health Profile released
Minister of Health and Wellness Doug Currie and Minister of Education and Early Childhood Development Alan McIsaac with (L-R) Dr. Jo-Anne MacDonald, Sterling Carruthers, Dr. Donna Murnaghan, and Dr. Rosemary Herbert.
The 2012-13 School Health Action Planning and Evaluation System (SHAPES-PEI) Provincial Student Health Profile gathers information from students in grades 5 through 12 about healthy eating, physical activity, mental fitness, and bullying.
Island-wide activities mark Family Violence Prevention Week
Premier Robert Ghiz, Minister of Community Services and Seniors and Minister Responsible for the Status of Women Valerie E. Docherty and Dr. Philip Smith declare Family Violence Prevention Week for 2014.
Activities in Island communities will help raise awareness about preventing and responding to family violence. Islanders are encouraged to wear purple to mark Family Violence Prevention Week, February 9-15, 2014.