Late French Immersion Registration Information

If you are considering Late French Immersion in September, 2019 you are invited to attend an information meeting to learn about the program. On Prince Edward Island, this is a program offered at the intermediate level, beginning at grade seven.

Grade Seven Late French Immersion program is currently offered in Kensington Intermediate Senior High, East Wiltshire Intermediate, Stonepark Intermediate, Queen Charlotte Intermediate and Birchwood Intermediate.

When: Registration for Late French Immersion will be held March 4 – 8th.

Where: Information sessions with be held at each school. The dates are listed in the document below.

East Wiltshire Intermediate – Thursday, February 7, 7:00 p.m.
Stonepark Intermediate – Thursday, February 7, 7:00 p.m.
Birchwood Intermediate – Tuesday, February 12, 7:00 p.m.
Queen Charlotte Intermediate – Wednesday, February 13, 7:00 p.m.
Kensington Intermediate Senior High – Tuesday, February 19, 7:00 p.m.
Montague Intermediate – Thursday, February 21, 7:00 p.m.

2019 Late French Immersion Dates and Registration Form (151KB)
2019 Late French Immersion Program Information (1MB)

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Kindergarten Registration for 2019-2020 Reminder

The Public Schools Branch would like to remind parents of eligible kindergarten students for the 2019-2020 school year to register your children as soon as possible.

  • Children must be 5 years old by December 31, 2019 in order to be eligible for Kindergarten.
  • Parents are asked to register their child at his/her local elementary school during school hours.  If you are unsure of your school zone, please call the Stratford Office (902-368-6990) or Summerside Office (902-888-8400). Toll Free 1-800-280-7965.
  • A registration form will be completed at the time of registration.
  • Parents are reminded to bring a piece of government issued ID to verify proof of the child’s age. Examples may be:
    • Birth Certificate
    • PEI Health Card
    • Passport
  • Verification of home address must also be provided, such as current utility bill.
  • Welcome to Kindergarten sessions for incoming students and their parents will be held in the Spring of 2019.

PSB Kindergarten Registration for 2019-2020 (121KB)

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Public Schools Branch Strategic Action Plan 2018-2021

What Is A Strategic Action Plan?

A Strategic Action Plan is a proposed strategy or course of action. A goal of the Public Schools Branch (PSB) is to ensure that our vision is concrete. It is a guide for us to use our strategies to meet our outlined objectives. The Strategic Action Plan outlines the key strategic priority areas that will be the focus of the Branch for the next three years.

How Was The Plan Developed?

The PSB Strategic Action Plan was developed by undertaking an extensive engagement and consultation process with branch based staff, teachers, administrators and the Board of Directors. Staff had the opportunity to provide feedback through several avenues and team activities.  The PSB Strategic Action Plan was formally accepted through resolution by the Board of Directors at their Board of Directors Public meeting on June 13, 2018.

What Is Included In The Plan?

The Strategic Action Plan identifies the commitments, key actions, and measures of the PSB. It also provides a focus for the next three years and helps us to reflect and report on our successes and challenges while assisting with future planning.

Our 2018-2021 Strategic Action Plan is deeply rooted in our mission, vision and organizational values.

Our ultimate goal is student success which is largely dependent on how well we operate as an organization. By aligning our actions with our mission, vision and values, we have a clear roadmap to follow. Further, by ensuring all our employees understand how these three elements are key to achieving success, they share a common aspiration for the future and are fully engaged to contribute.

What Are The Priority Areas?

Four Strategic Pillars have been identified through the consultation process and are our key areas of focus:

  1. Student Success
  2. Wellness
  3. Communication
  4. Resources

It is important to build a common understanding of what the four Strategic Pillars mean and how we will work to gain further success in these areas.

What Are The Next Steps?

Phase two consists of ‘stretching’ each specific action and measure to provide specific detail on the work to be done during the three year timeline. PSB staff that will be involved in the work will be invited to assist in developing these details.

 How Will We Know We Are Successful?

While a lot of effort was put into identifying our four Strategic Pillars for the next three years, it was just as important to find ways to monitor our progress in relation to each theme. For this purpose, we have developed actions and measures to ensure we stay on track over the course of the three years, and can identify where to make adjustments, if required.

The actions and measures are elements we are already tracking, as they are the main factors driving our organization, but associating them to a specific Strategic Pillar will confirm if we are moving in the right direction, and help us take immediate corrective actions, when required.

Student Success Is Our Shared Responsibility

Student success is our main purpose and the reason we exist as an organization. It’s our ultimate goal.

It is important that we put in place the necessary frameworks, initiatives and supports to allow the PSB to grow and perform at its best. We need to regularly take stock of our accomplishments, big and small, build on our strengths and tackle our challenges. We may need to adjust our course along the way, but our focus will remain the same.

Our current and future students are counting on us. This is our commitment to them.

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Board of Directors Meeting – February 20, 2019, 7:30 p.m.

The Public Schools Branch Board of Directors will be meeting on Wednesday, February 20, 2019, 7:30 p.m. at Mount Stewart Consolidated, 120 South Main Street, Route 351, Mount Stewart. (Storm date is Thursday, February 21)

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 February 11, 2019 to the Public Schools Branch Stratford Office, 2-234 Shakespeare Drive, Stratford, PE C1B 2V8, or by email to sxgauthier@edu.pe.ca. Please call 902-368-6850 for additional information.

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