Transportation Services at Public Schools Branch. If you have any questions please call 902-368-6990 and ask for the transportation department.
Our Grade 6 closing will be held on Tuesday, June 26th at 6PM.
Our K-5 closing will be held on Wednesday, June 27th at 10AM. Our students will recieve a learning certificate. Parents are more than welcome to join us.
Reports cards will be handed out on the last day of school, Wednesday, June 27th.
Summer Opportunities 2019
Canadian Red Cross Water Safety Day Camp Information
Canadian Red Cross Water Safety Day Camp Registration form 2019
Public Schools Branch
tel: (902) 368-6990 Stratford; (902) 888-8400 Summerside;
(800) 280-7965 Toll Free; www.gov.pe.ca/edu/psb
NOTICE TO PARENTS
All Public Schools Branch (PSB) weather related cancellations will be announced on local radio stations and posted on our website by 7:00 A.M. An announcement that “all classes in the Public Schools Branch are cancelled” means that there is no school for students. An announcement of a “system wide shutdown” indicates that all schools and offices are closed. In some instances it may only be necessary to close an individual school or a “family of schools”. Partial system closures or delays will be announced by family of schools. (See Below)
ONE HOUR DELAY
If a decision on cancellation cannot be made by 7:00 A.M., a one hour delay will be announced whereby all schools and buses will operate one hour later than usual. A further announcement will be broadcast by 8:00 A.M.
In some instances, even in fine weather, buses may be delayed. Parents will be notified via radio broadcast that a bus will be delayed (i.e. Bus #297 is running 30 minutes late).
SCHOOL CLOSURES DURING THE DAY
It may be necessary to close school part way through a school day. Detailed announcements will be made on local radio stations and posted to our PSB website as early as possible.
Parents who will not be at home when children arrive are responsible for making alternate arrangements for the care of their children on such days. If you have not done so already, please notify the school of these arrangements as soon as possible.
EXTREME WEATHER DURING THE SCHOOL DAY
Should the Department of Transportation and/or the RCMP recommend that school buses remain off Island roads, students may be required to remain at school beyond their normal dismissal time (unless picked up by a parent or designate). Announcements will be made on local radio stations and posted to our website.
On days when classes are in session, and the low temperature combined with wind provides a wind chill of -20 or below, students will not be required to go outside at recess or lunch, or remain outside upon morning arrival.
SUGGESTIONS FOR PARENTS
1. The final decision to attend school or to travel to school via school bus always rests with the parent.
2. Please do not drop children off at school unless you are certain that school is operating that day and that staff are present to supervise the children.
3. Please listen to the radio and check the PSB website frequently between 6:30 and 8:00 A.M. daily to determine if schools are operating. Every effort will be made to have announcements broadcast by 7:00 A.M.
4. Please do not call the school, PSB office, or radio stations for information on cancellations or delays. Such calls tie up telephone lines which may be needed for emergency use.
We would like to send out a very special “thank you” to the P.E.I Street Rod Association for their generous donation to our school for our Healthy Snack Program.