Recognize our Students in June

There is no greater measure for the Public Schools Branch than the success of our students. Whether in academics, sport, music, drama, or assisting others, the dedicated efforts of our students to represent their schools, friends, families, and selves through their inspirational contributions is something we all can appreciate and be proud of.  We value the exceptional work of our students which contributes to the overall success of the PSB.  We want to acknowledge their wonderful achievements and say thank you!

The ‘Inspire’ award is one way the Public Schools Branch is using to recognize members of our educational community for the inspirational things they do to help us all experience success and make our schools great places to work and learn.

Each month we are encouraging the nomination of a specific group in our Public Schools Branch family. During the month of June, we will highlight the kind acts and work of our fantastic students. To nominate someone, simply take a minute or two to complete the on-line nomination form.  The criterion for nomination is simple – they just need to have inspired others.  Nominees will receive a small PSB recognition package and a note of thanks for contributing to the PSB community.

Over 500 ‘Inspire’ Awards have been delivered so far!  Thank you for taking time this month to nominate deserving candidates and for showing our students how much they are appreciated.

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Speech and Hearing Month is Coming to an End!

The 10 Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) who work for the PSB would like to remind everyone of our mission to help all students “Speak well. Hear well. Live well” throughout the year!

In week 2 of Speech and Hearing month, we discussed Language Disorders.  Contest time!  Define this common childhood condition and be entered into a draw for a $25 gift card curtesy of the PEI Speech and Hearing Association.  Submit your entry via email to Emily Hastings, SLP, ( by Tuesday, June 5, 2018.

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Happy Speech and Hearing Month!

Did you know that Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) support students with a variety of needs that impact their academic success?

Communication disorders are diverse and can occur on their own, or as part of another condition, such as:

  • Genetic syndromes, such as Down Syndrome
  • Developmental Delay
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Hearing Loss
  • Intellectual Disability
  • Delays in literacy skills development

More information about SLPs and the populations they help can be found here.

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