• Easter Seal Fundraising Ideas: Each class was asked to suggest and manage 1 fundraiser for the campaign. Details have been sent home by teachers and/or during morning announcements.
  • Below is a list of events:

Easter Seal Fundraising Week at St Jean Elementary. First I wish to apologize for not getting this information to you yesterday.Below is a list of the various activities we have going on at the school to raise some money for the Easter Seal Campaign:


Grade 1
-all week-Stuffed Frog & Caterpillar Draw ($0.50 ballot)
Grade 2-
Tues.,Apr.14 & Friday, April 17-Pyjama Day ($1.00)
Grade 3
-Wed.,Apr. 15 & Thurs.,Apr.16-Photo Booth($1.00 picture)
Grade 4
-all week-Jelly Bean Guessing Contest($0.25 guess)
Grade 5
-Thurs.,Apr. 16-Crazy Hat Day($1.00)
Grade 6-
Tues.,Apr. 14 & Thur.,Apr. 16-Cance Party ($1.00=1 entry or $2.00=multiple entries)


Each grade is hosting a fundraiser but all students are invited to participate in as many fundraisers as they wish. Let’s dig in our piggy banks and support this worthwhile cause!!! Thanks in advance to everyone for their participation and support. Let have some fun too!!!!!!!

Our Easter Seal Ambassador, will visit St Jean on Wednesday, April 22, 2015. Thanks to everyone for their contribution to this worthwhile fundraiser.

Monday, March 30, 2015 – Student Transportation Information

All buses in the English Language School Board will be running on Monday, March 30, 2015 with the following exceptions.

Exceptions
As is the case every spring, we may have issues on dirt roads related to thawing. Parents should be prepared to make alternate transportation plans in case their road is not accessible.
Morell Consolidated School – Bus # 429 Lisa Laybolt – will not be traveling on the following roads: Barr Road, Rte 351 & Rte 352 Head of Hillsborough, Queens County
Morell Regional High School – Bus # 429 Lisa Laybolt – will not be traveling on the following roads: Barr Road, Rte 351 & Rte 352 Head of Hillsborough, Queens County
Mount Stewart Consolidated School – Bus # 482 Gerard Myers – will not be traveling on the following roads: Barr Road, Rte 351 & Rte 352 Head of Hillsborough, Queens County
Montague Consolidated School – Bus # 461 Trevor Campbell – will not be traveling into Panmure Island Road, Rte 347.
Montague Intermediate School – Bus # 461 Trevor Campbell – will not be traveling into Panmure Island Road, Rte 347.
Montague Regional High School – Bus # 461 Trevor Campbell – will not be traveling into Panmure Island Road, Rte 347.

Colonel Gray Family of Schools (St Jean is in this family of schools) busses will run as normal for Friday, March 27, 2015.

Although some other family of schools will not have their busses running, as noted above from the ELSB, St. Jean busses will run as normal.

Colonel Gray Family of Schools (St Jean is in this family of schools) busses will run as normal for Thursday, March 26, 2015.

Although some other family of schools will not have their busses running, as noted above from the ELSB, St. Jean busses will run as normal. We are looking forward to having our students back at school!

Also, a reminder that Thursday, March 26 will be Day 6 in the cycle.

Please refer to Mrs. MacKinnon’s classroom blog for an update regarding re-scheduled student-led conferences from this evening.

Mrs. MacKinnon’s Classroom Blog

IMPORTANT REMINDERS

Monday, February 9th will be Day 6 in our school cycle. https://stjeanelementary.files.wordpress.com/2015/02/2015-02-05-13_16_22-concert-for-mary-poster-1-pdf-adobe-reader.png?w=540 Also, please click the link below for information on a fundraiser concert being held for St. Jean Elementary student Mary MacDonald this Sunday, Feb. 8 at the Holy Redeemer Hall in Charlottetown. Concert-for-Mary-poster (1)

HOME AND SCHOOL NEWS – January 2015

 ****Principals/Secretaries/Home and School Associations are asked to please POST the following news items in school newsletters, websites and blogs.

 1.   2015   EXTRA MILE AWARDS

Nominate a school staff person for this award by Friday, January 9, 2015 Find criteria at:

http://peihsf.ca/content/awards

2. Workshops for Members: Identifying issues in education for action

Monday, January 26th – Montague Consolidated School, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

Tuesday, January 27th – Elm Street Consolidated School, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

Thursday, January 29th – Spring Park Elementary School, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

A series of three workshops bringing together home and school members to work together to identify issues in education that would benefit from our attention. The meetings will begin with a brainstorming session to identify the range of issues of concern, and will then collectively select a subset of those issues and break into small groups to identify possible actions, resolutions, or projects that can help to address them.           The workshops, which are open to all members and do not require pre-registration; members are invited to attend the meeting nearest to them, and local home and schools are encouraged to invite parents, guardians, teachers, administrators and staff from their schools to attend.

 

 3. RESOLUTIONS are about change

Do you see a need for change in PEI’s education system? The Federation promotes equal

opportunity for all PEI students by passing pertinent resolutions at Annual General Meetings

and then forwarding these to decision-makers who can make changes for the benefit of all

Island students. Deadline to submit resolutions: January 30th, 2015.

 

 4. Parent Leadership Grants due January 30th

Parent Leadership Grant Program – Submit project proposals by: January 30, 2015. http://peihsf.ca/content/parent-leadership-grants

  1. 2015 TEACHER/STAFF APPRECIATION WEEK February 9-15th

Plan to celebrate teachers and other school staff by forming a planning committee in January.

More tips at: http://peihsf.ca/content/celebrate-national-eacherstaff-appreciation-week

  1. 63rd PEI Home and School Federation Annual General Meeting

The Prince Edward Island Home and School Federation will hold its 63rd Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Saturday, April 11, 2015. All Member Home and School Associations are invited and welcome to attend the AGM.   Each Association is asked to designate five of your school’s attendees as voting delegates. Associations are encouraged to include teachers, administrators and staff as delegates.

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