2016 Provincial Heritage Fair Home and School Award Winners

The Provincial Heritage Fair was held Thursday, May 19, 2016 at the Confederation Centre of the Arts and we are happy to announce the winners of the PEI Home and School Federation Special Prizes, awarded to projects that “focus on the total well-being of children, including health, safety and learning.”

Be part of the superpower. Diverse group set to come together at AGM on April 9.

The Annual General Meeting of the PEI Home and School Federation, happening this Saturday, April 9, 2016 in Charlottetown, will see a diverse group of people with interest in public education gathering to discuss, question, share and deliberate.


The group will include parents, guardians, teachers, administrators, and staff from the Island’s schools joined by government ministers and staff, union representatives, retired educators, education advocates, and, for the first time, members of our peer organizations in Newfoundland & Labrador, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.


Secondary Literacy Assessment

The Department of Education, Early Learning and Culture passed along news of this opportunity for parents and guardians to learn more about the upcoming pilot of the Secondary Literacy Assessment:

The Secondary Literacy Assessment (SLA) is a cross-curricular literacy assessment that measures reading and writing outcomes completed by the end of Grade 9 and is administered to students in Grade 10.  It is an online, web-based assessment.

A good time to say thanks....Many people part of children’s education in this province

Teacher-Staff Appreciation Week, February 14 to 20, 2016, provides each public school community with an opportunity to shine light on the work that teachers, administrators and staff do each day that serves the total well-being of our youth.

New School Calendar Resources from English Language School Board

Staff at the English Language School Board have worked hard over the last year to develop a standardized system for the board and its schools to maintain school calendar information.

The result is a new School Calendars page on the board's website, with a customized calendar for each school.

There's also a calendar that shows a list of all the events on all the calendars for all the schools, something that provides a great “bird's eye view” of the diversity of activities happening in Island schools.

The Learning Partnership, District Advisory Councils and Home and School

By now you’ve no doubt heard about the changes to the way education is governed and organized in Prince Edward Island announced this morning by Premier MacLauchlan.

The new model, dubbed the “Learning Partnership,” has some significant implications for home and school associations.

Building relationships: Details announced for semi-annual meeting of the P.E.I. Home and School Federation

Over the past month at schools across P.E.I., Home and School members have gathered for leadership training workshops, workshops focused on helping our local home and school associations become even more effective.


Home and School is a broad-based movement of parents, guardians, teachers, administrators and staff; to be an effective forum, local associations need local leaders, leaders who know how to run a meeting, keep track of the money, build relationships. Its those skills that our workshops have been focused on.


It’s that final point – building relationships – that will be the focus of this year’s Semi-Annual Meeting of the P.E.I. Home and School Federation, being held at Three Oaks Senior High School in Summerside on Tuesday, October 20 at 6:00 p.m.



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