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Teachers use many assessment tools to measure a student’s individual learning. It is a good idea to communicate regularly with your child’s teacher to understand the full scope of your child’s academic performance., Early Years Evaluation (EYE), All children are screened for possible academic or...
Instructions for writing the assessment, Wait until instructed to begin the assessment. If your test booklet is damaged or misprinted, raise your hand for the exam supervisor to replace it. Remain in the exam room for the first 1.5 hours of the test session. You may leave before that time only for...
Unless otherwise stated, all materials on Public Archives and Records Office pages are owned by the Public Archives, are in the public domain, or the Public Archives and Records Office has obtained permission to use the materials on the website. The materials on this site are protected by the,...
The Public Archives and Records Office has a large collection of genealogical material including primary sources, finding aids, and indexes. Some of the major resources are listed below. If you are new to genealogy, Tracing Your Family History in PEI has tips to help you get started., The Master...
Have you ever wondered where your ancestors came from? Do you know when, why, and how they came to Prince Edward Island? Are you interested in learning more about your family history but don’t know where to start? This guide offers some basic tips to help you get started and point you towards...
All visitors require a research pass to enter the Public Archives, located in the Hon. George Coles Building, 4th floor (175 Richmond Street, Charlottetown, PE). On your first visit you will be asked to complete a registration form and provide identification (eg. driver's license,...
You can copy archival records for research or private study. If you intend to use copies for any other purpose (eg. print or electronic publication, exhibition, commercial purposes, etc.) you must get written permission from the Public Archives and Records Office. Reproducing archival material is...