Our Booth at PEI Teachers’ Federation Convention

Shirley Jay, Executive Director of the PEI Home and School Federation, is overseeing our booth at the PEI Teachers' Federation 2012 Annual Convention at the Delta Prince Edward hotel in downtown Charlottetown.

The convention includes a substantial trade show, which is open to the public, and which includes exhibitors ranging from textbook suppliers to local educational and social service organizations. Parents are encouraged to drop by on Thursday or Friday of this week. While you're there, say hello to Shirley: our booth is right at the bottom of the main staircase beside the entrance to the restaurant.

PEIHSF Booth at Teachers' Federation Convention 2012

Home & School Fall Leadership Training

Any Home and School Volunteer….Presidents, Vice Presidents, Treasurers, Secretaries, Committee Chairs, etc.

What will you Learn?

  • How to Run a Home and School Meeting
  • How to Build an Agenda
  • How to Do a Financial Statement
  • How to Record a set of minutes
  • How to Write a resolution
  • How to stay current with educational issues

No Cost!

Handouts & Refreshments provided!

In order to have enough materials for everyone, we need to know how many people will attend.

To Register

Semi-Annual Meeting: October 30 2012

The PEI Home and School Federation's 59th Semi-Annual Meeting has been changed from Oct. 18, 2012 to Tuesday, October 30, 2012 beginning with a reception at 5:45 p.m. and continuing with business meeting at 6:30 p.m.

The meeting will be held at Kinkora Community Hall, 45 Anderson Street in Kinkora, PE (map).

Hon. Alan McIsaac Minister of Education & Early Childhood Development, Jane McMillan Superintendent of the English School Board and trustee Gary Doucette will attend and speak to resolutions and other educational topics.  Sterling Carruthers will present the recently released Student Health (SHAPES) Profile Summary.

SHAPES-PEI Provincial Health Profile Release

In 2010-11 approximately 10,000 grade 5-12 students from across PEI were surveyed regarding their knowledge, attitudes, and behaviours related to healthy eating, active living, tobacco use and mental fitness. The results of the surveys have been share with participating schools and boards.

On Wednesday, September 12, 2012 the provincial results will be shared publicly for the first time in a public event at the University of Prince Edward Island:



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