NEW School Food Menu: Students asked to give school food another try

Here is what you need to know about the new menus:

  • The School Food Team has worked with Canada's Smartest Kitchen to develop and validate new recipes
  • The menu continues to be a 2 week rotating menu, with two options daily. One option remains a vegetarian option;  will be the opportunity to select “gluten friendly” for each menu item
  • There are 13 NEW menu items; selected based on the feedback we received from families, schools and vendors
  • 7 menu items have been carried over from the fall menu; however, are being somewhat modified based on feedback. This means that if a student tried it in the fall, and did not like it- they should give it another shot as it may have changed!
  • Portion sizes have increased slightly and are more consistent

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.


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