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School food youth forums coming over next six weeks: Federation hosts successful semi-annual meeting and information exchange

The P.E.I. Home and School Federation held its semi-annual meeting and information exchange on Tuesday, October 23rd at Central Queens Elementary School in Hunter River. The event was attended by 45 local home and school parents, teachers and administrators. Students from East Wilshire and Kinkora schools, Jordan Brown, minister of education, early learning, and culture, Susan Willis, deputy minister, Parker Grimmer and Dale Sabean from the Public Schools Branch participated in the Home and School Exchange World Cafe. 

Still time to register for Semi-Annual & Information Exchange World Cafe

Register for the Semi-Annual & Information Exchange World Cafe, coming up on Tuesday, October 23rd at Central Queens Elementary school.  Home and schools / parent councils are invited to gather with education partners, ministry of education and Public Schools Branch directors, to discuss current topics, issues in PEI's education system.

The following key questions will be discussed in a World Cafe format led by facilitator, Rebecca McQuaid:

1.   What are the 'hot topic' items for your local Home and School? 
2.   What are your biggest challenges in navigating the PEI school system? 
3.   How can PEIHSF continue to support school communities?

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