Author Archives: PSB Administrator

PSB Invites Feedback on Report Card Review

Dear Parents and Guardians,

As you know, the report card/learning report is one of many ways that teachers share information about each student’s achievement.

It’s been five years since the reports were updated. The Public Schools Branch and Department of Education are in the process of updating the report card for kindergarten through grade nine.

Changes will take effect for the 2020-2021 school year.

The survey will be available online until June 11, 2019 for parents and guardians. It is brief and will take about 5 minutes to complete.  Here is the link:

Google translate might be helpful for parents of our English as Additional Language (EAL) students.

If you have questions, please contact your school principal.

On behalf of the Committee, thank-you for your time and input.

Luanne Inman
Chair, PSB Report Card Committee

Loss of a Member of the Birchwood Intermediate School Staff and Community

Our entire education community is deeply saddened by the tragic death of Josh Underhay and his young son. A Birchwood Intermediate teacher, Josh was a passionate educator who was loved and respected by his students and colleagues.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the entire Underhay family during this very difficult time.

There will be regular classes for Birchwood Intermediate students on Tuesday, April 23rd. Counseling supports and Public Schools Branch staff will be available to assist Birchwood students and staff as they grieve and cope with this tragic loss.

Funeral and visitation information is not available at this time. We will communicate further when we have more information.

Charlottetown Family of Schools Review

The Public Schools Branch is initiating a review of the Charlottetown Family of Schools to further investigate possible capacity issues in the future and to develop potential options.

Options for how to submit public input will be updated in the near future.

To access the Review of Schools information and to follow further updates, please visit:  Charlottetown Family of Schools Review


Teachers, Copyright, and Fair Dealing: Know your rights and know your limits!

Do you have questions about the copyright-protected material you wish to use in your classroom? There are three “golden” copyright resources to help teachers answer questions on copyright:

Every teacher should know about, have a copy of Copyright Matters!, and be familiar with the Fair Dealing GuidelinesIt takes 30 seconds on to have your copyright and fair-dealing questions answered.

Copyright and Fair Dealing

Copyright and Fair Dealing