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Islanders are invited to take part in consultations and provide input on the best elected school board model for the English language schools in Prince Edward Island. The province today launched the first phase of online consultations to gather Islanders’ thoughts and ideas on an elected school...
The province is committed to reinstating school boards that have elected representatives, which will encourage further collaboration and communication between school boards, government and community stakeholders. Consultations are taking place to determine the best elected school board model for...
Eligible early childhood centres will receive short-term assistance as they work to meet the criteria for an Early Years Centre designation to benefit Island children and families. Government will provide a total of $385,000 to support up to eight early childhood centres while they prepare and...
As of Friday December 18th all public libraries will be open for in-library browsing and limited computer use during regular hours. Physical distancing is required, and a limited number of patrons are permitted inside at one time. Curbside pickup is still available for those who need it. Call ahead...
Starting December 18, 2020, the Archives is reopening to researchers. There is a limit of, five (5) researchers, permitted in the Reading Room at one time. Masks are required and individuals are asked to follow physical distancing and hand hygiene guidelines. Researchers are asked to, book an ...
This document shows Prince Edward Island public and private school enrolment numbers, by school and grade, for the 2020-2021 school year.
This Social Story helps people with autism know what to expect when visiting the library.
Members for 2020-21, : Terri McNeill (Athena Consolidated), Julie Hogan (Elm Street Elementary), Andrea Wile (Elm Street Elementary), Damien Nichols (Greenfield Elementary), Kellie Arsenault (Miscouche Consolidated), Andrea Pickett (Summerside Intermediate), Barbara Forbes (Three Oaks Teacher),...