Students are reminded of the haunted hallway and movie night here at QC. Students wishing to take part in the haunted hallway are to enter through the grade 8 doors. Haunted Hallway opens at 6:30 pm.
The movie “Halloweentown” will begin at 7:00 pm. There is no charge for the movie.
Concessions are available. For $2.00, students may purchase a bottle of water and a treat bag. The movie should be over between 8:20 and 8:30.
Students and staff are invited to dress up on Friday. We will collect $1.00 for this. If students do not wish to dress up, they can opt to pay $1.00 to wear a hat for the day. All money raised over the next two days will go to support an Island family.
The next Home and School meeting will be on Nov. 26th @ 7:00. Tammy Hubley-Little will be giving a presentation on the new Progress Monitoring assessment model. This is an excellent opportunity for parents to learn more about this model and ask any questions they may have.
Canada Band week concert Sunday, Oct. 26, 2pm , QC gym. All Band students are asked to arrive at 1:30 and meet in cafeteria.
There will be a meeting Thursday, Oct. 23 at 6:30 in the cafeteria for parents of grade 9 students who are interested in fundraising for the Ottawa trip.
November 5 is Take Our Kids to Work Day. Grade 9 students will be involved in a day of career exploration. Information will be sent home with students this week. If you have any questions regarding this program, please contact Elaine Whittaker-Cormier at 368-6970.
Dear Grade 9 Parents and Guardians, we would like to invite you to two very important information meetings being held here at the school on Monday, September 29. The first meeting will be for Grade 9 band parents at 6:30 in the band room. Mrs. Andrew will share information regarding the band trip and will outline the dates and itinerary.
At 7:15 Monday evening, we also welcome you to attend an information session in our cafeteria regarding our Ottawa/Quebec City trip. We encourage your participation in this event to give us an idea of how many students may wish to join us on this Grade 9 trip. John Dunphy from Target Tours will present the itinerary as well as other important information.
We look forward to seeing you Monday evening!
September 24th at 7:00 p.m. in the Conference Room. Parents are welcome and encouraged to attend.
There is always a possibility a case of head lice (pediculosis) can be found in school. It is always prudent to regularly check your child’s hair for lice and nits (eggs).
School children get head lice more often than adults. When students interact, their heads may touch, allowing lice to crawl from head to head. As well, lice can live away from a human host for up to three days.
If you do find that your child has head lice, please inform the school.
Additional information can be obtained from Health PEI – Public Health Nursing at 902-368-4530.
We would like to welcome you to meet the staff on Thursday, September 11 at 7:00. The session will begin in the cafeteria and then we will have two 20-minute sessions with teachers in the classrooms. We welcome everyone to return to the cafeteria, or new courtyard, weather permitting for a social and snack at the conclusion of these sessions. A school tour will take place at 6:30 for interested parents. We look forward to seeing you at this event.
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Loose Leaf Paper (about 800 sheets)
1″ Single course binders (5 or 6)
Duotangs/scribblers (4-5 per term)
Pencils (at least 2 or 3 to start)
Pens (black or blue only, about 2 of each)
1 box of tissue
Small Pencil Sharpener
Index Cards (for Late French Immersion)
Calculator – not scientific
Large square graph paper (needed for start of school year)
Small glue stick (2)
*French Immersion students need a French-French Dictionary and a French- English Dictionary (65000 words) and also a Bescherelle (French Verb Dictionary)
*All other students need a French-English Dictionary(65000 Words)