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Delegates, guests attend 70 AGM

Representatives from local home and school associations across P.E.I. gathered in Charlottetown on April 15 to celebrate the federation’s milestone 70th Annual General Meeting. Thirty-six schools were represented, with 90 delegates and guests in attendance. Guests included: The Honorable Antoinette Perry, Lieutenant Governor, Honourable Natalie Jameson, Minister of Education and Early Years, and Norbert Carpenter,…
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Home and School Federation holding annual meeting April 15

There are only eight days until the P.E.I. Home and School Federation’s historic annual meeting! The AGM will be held April 15, at the Rodd Charlottetown Hotel.  For 70 years, the federation has supported local home and school associations in its work toward an equitable and quality education system across Prince Edward Island. This year’s theme…
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Annual conference set for April 15

March is here, which means the beginning of spring, students returning to school on Monday after a two-week break, and daylight saving. As the 2023 Canada Games wrap up this weekend, congratulations to all the participants and winners, both local and visitors. We hope your visit to the island was memorable. The 70th Annual General…
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Ready to welcome the 2023 Canada Winter Games. February also the month to recognize contributions of school staff

Happy February and Black History Month from the P.E.I. Home and School Federation. As the shortest month of the year gets underway, P.E.I. is in final preparations to host the 2023 Canada Winter Games.  Students’ mid-term school break is combined with the Games for the two weeks, from February 20 to March 4. The federation…
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Nominations open for awards! Prepare advocacy resolutions!

The Prince Edward Island Home and School Federation hopes everyone enjoyed a great holiday. Welcome to the new year – a time to be fired up for the many possibilities in education ahead. It is a parent’s job to show how exciting and valuable learning can be. Students have 111 instructional days between January and…
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