Message from PEI Home & School Federation

  1. School Crossing Guard Award
    Nominate a school crossing guard to receive recognition for keeping our children safe as they travel to and from school from September to June during school year.
  1. School Bus Driver Award
    Nominate a school bus driver to receive recognition for keeping our children safe as they travel to and from school from September to June during school year.
  • School Bus Driver award: Submission date: Friday, May 10, 2019
    More details at: http://peihsf.ca/bus

 3.Welcome to Kindergarte
The 2019 Welcome to Kindergarten schedule is posted on the Public Schools Branch website at: https://edu.princeedwardisland.ca/psb/parents_students/wtk-sessions/

  1. Science Fair
    Congratulations to PEI Home and School Federation’s 2019 specialty prize student winners for projects that focus on the total well-being of children, including health, safety and learning.

1. Maven Lavoie, Gulf Shore Consolidated, Project: Math and Music

  1. Hudson Haltli and Sheamus Herlihy, Eliot River Elementary, Project: Does Zombs Royale make you dumb?
  1. Post- AGM Reports

The 2019 Annual Meeting minutes and summaries will be posted on the Federation’s website when completed. Go to: http://peihsf.ca/agm

 Other community news…

Environmental School Challenge Awards: Schools may be eligible for $3000.00.  The deadline for nominations is May 1st. Call (902) 368-5024 or check online at: https://www.princeedwardisland.ca/en/information/communities-land-and-environment/environmental-award-nominations

Prince Edward Island Home and School Federation Inc.
Shirley Smedley Jay, Executive Director
PO Box 1012 Charlottetown PE C1A 7M4
Street deliveries only:  40 Enman Crescent C1E 1E6
Phone:  620-3186  Fax:  620-3187
Toll Free: 1-800-916-0664 (PEI only)
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