Home and School News, March 2020

Home and School News, March 2020

 67th Annual Meeting & Convention Healthy Bodies = Healthy Minds

You are invited to attend the Saturday, April 18, 2020! Every Home and School community is encouraged to appoint voting delegates to represent their school. Who can attend? – Parents, educators and students are all welcome! The AGM Registration Package was mailed February 20th to Home and School Presidents/Co-Chairs. Find AGM information online at: https://peihsf.ca/agm Delegates are asked to register by: Friday, April 3, 2020.  

 Proposed 2020 Resolutions

Presidents/Co-Chairs are asked to bring the proposed 2020 resolutions to Home and School members for their review at your February or March Home & School meeting. Discuss and vote on each one. Select your voting delegates and pass the resolution voting results on to those individuals so they will vote on behalf of your local Home and School at the AGM on April 18, 2020. You will find 2020 Proposed Resolutions online at: https://peihsf.ca/agm

Call for PEIHSF Board of Directors Nominations

The P.E.I. Home and School Federation is the umbrella organization of Home and Schools across P.E.I., and is overseen by a volunteer board elected by delegates from member Home and Schools. Every year at the annual meeting elections are held for vacant positions on the board, and members are encouraged to nominate candidates who, in your opinion, have the necessary qualifications to do the work of the provincial Federation. Nominations deadline is March 1, 2020. Access nomination form online at: https://peihsf.ca/agm

 Volunteer of the Year and Life Membership Awards

Each year at the Annual Meeting & Convention, Home and School volunteers are recognized for their volunteer efforts in their association and at their local school. Home and School Home and Schools may submit nominations for these awards by the deadline:  March 13, 2020. Access nomination forms online at: https://peihsf.ca/agm

 

Other community news:

  • PEI Public Library Service is happy to talk with parents about services offered by public libraries, ways families can help encourage a love of reading, or other literacy-related topics.

Contact: Roseanne Gauthier, Youth Services Librarian rgauthier@gov.pe.ca ~ 902-368-4649

  • Education 2020’s 2020 Numeracy Award $2,500 = Nominate Island educators who introduce new instructional approaches. Proposals due Feb. 28, 2020; pei@education2020.ca
  • Register for Children’s Library at Confederation Centre Public Library at 902-368-4644: For ages 5-12 ~~Reading Buddies, Homework Club, Brilliant Labs, Celebrate Black History Month, Carnival Mask & Dance Workshop
  • Environmental Health offering FREE Food Safety Training to Service Clubs and Non-Profits. Dates: April 28, 29, May 5, 7. To register: 902-368-4970 [ envhealth@ihis.org

 

Thursday, February 20 Day 3

Thursday, February 20 Day 3

Breakfast Program

Lunch: 12:45-1:05 – Boys’ Dodgeball 

              12:45-1:05 – Retro Games in 318

Schlocky for girls @ lunch in room 205 12:45pm

Extra help for others with Mrs. Matthews at 1st half of lunch.

Hat Day tomorrow 1 $ / Win a Tim’s

3:20-4:15 – Extra help for any students with Mrs. Gillis-Cann Rm 214

3:20-5:00 – Drama Club Meeting

4:00 – Basketball – Zones Girls home vs ME Callaghan

5:30 – Basketball – Zones Boys home vs ME Callaghan

 Friday,  February 21 Day 4            

Hat Day – $1.00, with a chance to win a Tim’s drink

Lunch 12:20-12:50 – Yoga with Chakyra in 205. Everyone welcome!

4:00 – 6:00 – Basketball – Boys Practice

CONTEST STARTS  FEBRUARY 18….

STAFF, STUDENTS, PARENTS AND COMMUNITY MEMBERS, AND BUSINESSES…PLEASE DROP OFF AT SCHOOL OR CONTACT US

(902-859-8710) AND WE WILL ARRANGE PICK UP!

HERNEWOOD would love your HELP!!

Start saving your old batteries today!

Between February 18th (National Battery Day) and April 22nd (Earth Day), the Hernewood community will be participating in a battery recycling contest called Call 2 Recycle. The program is designed to raise awareness among young people about the importance of safe and responsible battery recycling and to help them to adopt eco-responsible habits in their daily lives. All you have to do is send in old batteries of any kind and the students can win a prize for the school. The top prize is $1000.00 and a pizza party. Please help us to help our students to become more Earth friendly.

**The Call2Recycle program accepts all batteries weighing 5 kg (11 lbs) and less.

Wednesday, February 19 Day 2

Wednesday, February 19   Day 2

Lunch: 12:40 – Valentine’s Trivia in the library

  3:20-4:30 – Band

315-5:00 – Basketball- Girls Team 1 practice

5:00-7:00 – Basketball – Boys Practice

Thursday, February 20 Day 3

 Breakfast Program

Lunch: 12:45-1:05 – Boys’ Dodgeball 

              12:45-1:05 – Retro Games in 318

3:20-4:15 – Extra help for any students with Mrs. Gillis-Cann Rm 214

3:20-5:00 – Drama Club Meeting

4:00 – Basketball – Zones Girls home vs TBD

5:30 – Basketball – Zones Boys home vs ME Callaghan

 Friday,  February 21 Day 4

 Hat Day – $1.00, with a chance to win a Tim’s drink

Lunch 12:20-12:50 – Yoga with Chakyra in 205. Everyone welcome!

4:00 – 6:00 – Basketball – Boys Practice

CONTEST STARTS TOMORROW, FEBRUARY 18….

STAFF, STUDENTS, PARENTS AND COMMUNITY MEMBERS, AND BUSINESSES…PLEASE DROP OFF AT SCHOOL OR CONTACT US

(902-859-8710) AND WE WILL ARRANGE PICK UP!

HERNEWOOD would love your HELP!!

Start saving your old batteries today!

Between February 18th (National Battery Day) and April 22nd (Earth Day), the Hernewood community will be participating in a battery recycling contest called Call 2 Recycle. The program is designed to raise awareness among young people about the importance of safe and responsible battery recycling and to help them to adopt eco-responsible habits in their daily lives. All you have to do is send in old batteries of any kind and the students can win a prize for the school. The top prize is $1000.00 and a pizza party. Please help us to help our students to become more Earth friendly.

 

**The Call2Recycle program accepts all batteries weighing 5 kg (11 lbs) and less.