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The Charlottetown Family of Schools Study

The Charlottetown Family of Schools Study Report was presented to the Public Schools Branch Board of Directors at a public meeting on August 29, 2018.  The Study Report included options for improving capacity issues at the elementary and secondary (intermediate/high school) levels.  The Board is now consulting with the public on the options before making final decisions.  The Board invites the public to provide their input on the options via written submissions, online survey, and consultation meetings.  The online survey will be open from August  30 – September 7, 2018.

For more information on the consultation process and schedule, or to review the Study Report and presentation, please visit the Charlottetown Family of Schools Study page.

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Board of Directors Meeting

The Board of Directors of the Public Schools Branch will be meeting on Wednesday, August 29, 2018, 7:00 p.m. at Stonepark Intermediate, 50 Pope Avenue, Charlottetown.

Members of the public are welcome to attend. Any member of the public who wishes to make a presentation to the Board must submit a written request to the Board Chair or the Director of the Public Schools Branch by 4 p.m. on August 20, 2018 to the Public Schools Branch Stratford Office, 2-234 Shakespeare Drive, Stratford, PE C1B 2V8, or by email to Please call 902-368-6850 for additional information.

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Charlottetown Area Study and Consultation – Online Survey Now Closed –

The Charlottetown Area Study online survey closed on Friday,  July 20th 2018. Thank you for taking the time to submit your feedback through the online survey.

The information received will assist in developing the Study Report including recommendations.  The Study Report will be submitted to the Board of Directors at a public meeting mid to late August.  The Board will then seek feedback from all stakeholders on the recommendations before making their final decisions.

For additional information please visit Charlottetown Family of Schools Review.

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