Annual General Meeting & Convention: April 14, 2018

The P.E.I. Home and School Federation’s 65th Annual General Meeting & Convention is scheduled for Saturday, April 14, 2018 at the Rodd Charlottetown Hotel, beginning at 8:45 a.m. 

Any parent, guardian, teacher, administrator or staff person at any PEIHSF member school is invited to the meeting with each member school appointing five (5) individuals to attend as voting delegates. Membership fees must be paid to allow voting privileges to voting delegates. Local Home and Schools are encouraged to pay registration fees, travel and accommodation (if applicable) expenses for their delegates to ensure there are fewer barriers to attending.

Ask your school administrative assistant to post the meeting information in the March school newsletter, on the school websites, and spread the word on your Home and School Facebook, Twitter, blog and/or website. 

Please register your Home and School's delegates to ensure that your school is represented at this meeting. 


Contact the office if you have further questions.

Draft Agenda

8:00-8:45 – Registration / Pick up Kits / Visit Displays

8:45-11:00 – Business Meeting

Welcome – Lisa MacDougall, President Business Meeting:
Parliamentarian: Marion Murphy

1. Adoption of Agenda 2018
2. Adoption of Minutes 2017
3. President’s Report
4. Adoption of Finance Report
5. Other Reports (Accepted as circulated) 6. Resolutions

10:00 – Break/Displays Passport – Provinces Lounge

10:25 (Resume business meeting)
7. Nominations Report/Elections
8. New Business
9. Adjournment of Business Meeting

11:00-12:15 PM – Workshopping Resolutions

We’re all in this together!

12:30 – Luncheon

Georgian Room Entrance: The Honourable Antoinette Perry,
Lieutenant Governor Award Presentations

Greetings from guests Closing Remarks


Six resolutions will be voted on at the Annual General Meeting. Members will receive the complete text of resolutions by post; they are also available online.

Please discuss and vote on these resolutions at your next home and school meeting: your voting delegates should reflect the opinions of the parents, guardians, teachers, administrators and staff in your school.