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This Saturday, the 5th annual Gender Sexuality Conference, shOUT! is taking place at UPEI on April 21/18. It will feature workshops, presentations and discussion panels around LGBTQ topics. Make sure to register early, it is a free full day event but this will allow them to best prepare for the event.
Englewood staff and students are invited to take part in Jersey Day this Thursday, April 12th to show support for all people impacted by the tragedy in the small Saskatchewan community of Humboldt.
You can access the link below for more details.
1. Registration is open for the PEI Home and School Federation’s 65th Annual General Meeting, April 14, 2018.
Any parent, guardian, teacher, administrator or staff person at any PEIHSF member school is invited to the meeting with each member school appointing five (5) individuals to attend as voting delegates. Membership fees must be paid to allow voting privileges to voting delegates. Ensure that your Home & School is represented at the AGM. You are encouraged to pay registration fees, travel and accommodation expenses for your delegates to reduce barriers to attending. Call for more details: 620-3186 or 1-800-916-0664
Resolutions will be voted on at the Annual General Meeting, April 14th. Presidents received the complete text of resolutions by post to share/review with members.
Review the proposed Policy Resolutions
Please discuss and vote on these resolutions at your next home and school meeting: your voting delegates should reflect the opinions of the parents, guardians, teachers, administrators and staff in your school.
School Crossing Guard of the Year Award: This award recognizes a school crossing guard on Prince Edward Island for their service in keeping our walking students safe.
Nominations deadline: April 27th. Details are online at: http://peihsf.ca/awards
School Bus Driver of the Year Award: This award recognizes school bus drivers on Prince Edward Island for their service in keeping our students safe as they travel to and from school each day.
Nominations deadline: May 11th Details are online at: http://peihsf.ca/awards
- Welcome to Kindergarten Program
The Welcome to KindergartenProgram is designed to help prepare preschoolers for a positive start to their school journey. Parents and their children attend spring Welcome to Kindergarten orientation sessions at their schools, where they receive early learning and literacy resources and learn how to use them at home. Since 2004, more than 450,000 children and families in Canada have taken part in Welcome to Kindergarten orientations. Welcome to Kindergarten spring session dates.
- Science Fair Winners of PEIHSF Specialty Prizes Congratulations
– Madelyn MacPherson & Enya Burnett, Summerside Intermediate, Gr. 7, Fishy, Fishy, Fishy, Fertilizer
– Elliott Shea, Alberton Elementary, Gr. 6, Effects of Smoking
Photos are posted at: http://peihsf.ca/content/2018-pei-science-fair-home-school-prizes-awarded
~ National Volunteer Week: Celebrate the value of volunteering April 15-21, 2018.
~ Governor General’s History Award for Excellence in Teaching deadline: April 1st. Cash prizes for individuals / schools. Contact Joanne at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-866-952-3444 or go to: http://www.canadashistory.ca/Explore/Awards/Know-a-Teacher-Who-Made-a-Difference
~ Canadian Mental Health Association and Island First Aid Services will be hosting a 2-day Mental Health First Aid – Adults who Interact with Youth Workshop on April 9 – 10, 2018, 14 Myrtle Street, Stratford, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. The Mental Health First Aid Canada program aims to improve mental health literacy. Contact Les Wagner 436-7399 / 853-4180
~Creating Respectful Learning Environments for All Gender Identities and Sexualities: Starting with the premise that every learner has the right to a respectful, welcoming and safe learning environment, this 15 minute presentation followed by a 30 minute Q&A will review evidence-based best practices for creating and maintaining inclusive learning environments for all students, without regard to sexual orientation and or gender identity or expression. Contact: Tom Hilton, Education Project Officer, PEI Human Rights Commission email@example.com p/ 902.368.4180 or 1.800.2375031 (PEI only).