Watch out for school buses. People are continuing to pass school buses while their red lights are flashing across P.E.I. regularly.
Let’s work with P.E.I.’s school bus drivers, who do their utmost to keep students safe. Pay attention when driving and put phones away. This past week in one P.E.I. school community, there was an accident when two cars tried to pass a bus with their red lights flashing; further down the road, a near-miss by…Read More →
On Sept. 28, the P.E.I. Home and School Federation and CUPE 1145 organized a school bus safety concerned stakeholders meeting to address the crucial need of protecting students on Prince Edward Island. With approximately 300 school buses on Island roadways each day, school bus drivers report that drivers are passing slowing or stopped school buses…Read More →
Workshops are designed to enhance home and school effectiveness and parent engagement in public education. Two dates/locations: Monday, Nov. 1st Elm Street Elementary School, Summerside, 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 4, 2021 Spring Park Elementary School, Charlottetown, 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. New and returning volunteers will better understand….where they fit in PEI’s education…Read More →
Home and School provides a large table around which everyone involved directly with students sits and collaborates on matters of common concern related to education and well-being of students. Many important matters of public education have been discussed around this table for over six decades in P.E.I. The voice of parents, guardians, teachers, staff, and…Read More →
Welcome to the 2021-2022 school year! Home and Schools play the most important role in bringing parents, guardians, teachers, students and administrators together to discuss education. The work of the provincial federation is to connect local member associations and, through our annual resolutions process, make our collective voice heard on matters of broad provincial importance.…Read More →