Friday April 8, 2022

  • Today is day 6
  • Welcome to staff guest Marcy Lesperance and Martha MacLean
  • PEI School Lunch today is Cheese Pizza or BBQ Chicken Pizza
  • Grade 8 Travel Draw Tickets still available, see your friendly Grade 8 student to get yours for a chance to win $500
  • Grade 8 Graduation activities continue for our 2022 Grads this evening, have a fantastic time!
  • Happy Birthday Blake M. in K/1- Have a fantastic day!!!

Thursday April 7, 2022

  • Today is day 5
  • Welcome to staff guest Nikki Farrell
  • PEI School Lunch today is sweet and sour meatballs on rice
  • Covid 19 testing Kits being sent home with students today
  • Art Club with Mr. Derek today at big recess for students in Grade K-3
  • Happy Birthday Georgia Grace S. in K/1- Have the very best day!
  • Happy Birthday to Lennon and Kierans mom Mallory P. – All the students and staff wish you the best!

Covid Restriction Update- Norbert Carpenter

Parent/Guardian Message sent April 5, 2022

Subject: COVID-19 Update to Parents/Guardians – April 5, 2022

Dear Parents/Guardians,

Prince Edward Island is moving forward with a step-by-step plan to ease public health measures over the coming weeks and months as we transition out of a public health state of emergency and learn to live with COVID-19. Easing measures in the school system will continue to be assessed and prioritized as the situation permits. As for now, mask use in schools and testing at home will continue and will be reassessed in the next few weeks.

Mask Use at School Continues

Mask use in schools will continue for the month of April and will be reassessed by CPHO.

All K-12 students, staff, and visitors are required to wear masks in all indoor areas of school facilities, including in classrooms, while transitioning between classrooms and other school areas, staff areas, and while on school buses. Masks are not required outdoors.

For more information on mask use in schools and exemptions, please review the PSB Mask Use procedure:

Testing at Home Continues

Testing at home will continue until at least the middle of April.  Students and staff are asked to continue with rapid antigen tests up to 3 times per week, depending on an adequate supply of rapid antigen tests. Others who share a household with students and staff in the school system are not required to test.  Rapid antigen testing requirements are intended to reduce the risk of COVID-19 exposures in the school setting.

If a test result is negative and your child is not experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19, your child may attend school.

If a test result is positive, your child should consider themselves positive for COVID-19 and isolate immediately. You may take your child to be tested at a testing clinic to confirm a positive antigen test if you wish to do so.  Testing clinic hours and locations can be found at:

Students who have tested positive at a PEI testing clinic in the past 90 days AND have completed their self-isolation period AND are not experiencing symptoms – are considered exempt from the rapid antigen test screening program for school.

If your child tests positive for COVID-19, please contact your child’s school to inform them.

Close Contact Isolation 

Students who have been isolating as a household close contact, no longer need to isolate for 4 days, as of midnight tonight. If your child is feeling well and does not have symptoms of COVID-19, they can return to school tomorrow.

Thank you for your continued support.

Norbert CarpenterDirector


Dear Parents/Guardians, this message is in follow-up to yesterday’s COVID-19 Update message.  CPHO has provided additional information on the isolation requirements for household close contacts and has provided updated information on their website.  

Close Contact Isolation – Additional Information 

If your child is a household close contact and the positive case is isolating away from your child, your child can return to school and their activities as long as they are feeling well and do not have symptoms of COVID-19.  

Isolating away from a positive case means staying in a separate bedroom and not sharing common spaces, such as a bathroom or kitchen area. If these areas must be shared, do not use them at the same time and clean all surfaces after use.  If the positive case is not able to isolate away from other individuals in the home, those individuals must isolate with the positive case for the same period of time as the positive case.

For more information on COVID-19 Close Contacts, please visit:

For more information on COVID-19 Self-isolation, please visit:

Take care,

Norbert Carpenter


Wednesday April 6, 2022

  • Today is day 4
  • Welcome to staff guest Lauren Gill to our school today
  • PEI School Lunch today is pulled pork on roasted potatoes
  • Badminton practice today after school until 4:00 for participating students in grades 5-8
  • Curling Club + Lunch field trip to Montague today for students in grades 5-8

Tuesday April 5, 2022

  • Today is day 3
  • 1 hr delay for Georgetown School today and all schools in Montague Family of schools.
  • Welcome to staff guests Mary Rolston and Marcy Lesperance
  • PEI School Lunch today is hamburger or veggie burger with potato wedges
  • Instrumental Ensemble is restarting today with Ms. Gallant- 3:00-3:45pm
  • Badminton Wednesday after school with Mr. Maund 3:10-4:00pm


Students at Georgetown Elementary School will be dismissed at 1:00pm today April 4th due to the poor driving and deteriorating weather conditions in Kings County

Monday April 4, 2022

  • Today is day 2
  • Welcome to staff guests Driss Babrim and Joanne MacKenzie
  • PEI school lunch today is ham and cheese snack box or hummus and veggie snack box
  • WEAR A HAT_ Raise money for Autism Awareness- All week students are welcome to wear a hat and support Autism for $1 each day!
  • Curling and lunch in Montague field trip will be going ahead on Wednesday March 6th
  • Instrumental Ensemble will be restarting tomorrow under the direction of Ms. Gallant. Practice will run from 3:00- 3:45pm this Tuesday April 5
  • Badminton practice is Wednesday April 6th at the school with Mr. Maund