We would like to invite all parents of grade 9 students to an information meeting, which will be held at 7:00 pm on Thursday September 20 in the school cafeteria. At this meeting Queen Charlotte staff, and representatives from Target Tours will share information on the Grade 9 Ottawa / Quebec trip, which is scheduled for the week of February 11-15, 2019.
Items to be discussed will include: the proposed itinerary, method of transport, procedure for the assignment of rooms, cost, payment schedule, and an optional fundraising opportunity.
For those who are unable to attend, all information shared at the meeting will be posted on the school website later in the week.
Prior to the Ottawa / Quebec trip meeting, parents of grade 9 band students are invited to the band room at 6:30 to learn more about the grade 9 band trip to the Atlantic Festival of Music in Halifax. This trip will occur from May 1-3, 2019.
Questions regarding the Ottawa / Quebec Trip can to be directed to Chris MacKinnon: firstname.lastname@example.org
Questions regarding the grade 9 band trip can be directed to Sylvia Andrew: email@example.com
We look forward to seeing you on Thursday evening, September 20.
Vice-Principal for grade 9
Queen Charlotte Intermediate
Once again, we are taking part in the Indigo Adopt-a-School campaign. This campaign has been incredibly helpful in building our school library over the last number of years.
Here are step-by-step instructions to help without making a financial donation:
– Go to https://adoptaschool.indigo.ca/eng/schools/312
– Scroll down and click on the red button that says ‘Tell a Story’
– Either sign up, log in through Facebook, or log in using an existing account from last year.
– Once you’ve signed in, you should see a page titled “Share your Story.” Please make sure Queen Charlotte is selected in the drop-down menu. – Select a topic from the drop-down menu.
– Provide a short response in the space available; it doesn’t need to be long! – Click ‘Submit your story’
Want to go one step further? It’s just a few more clicks!
– You should come to a Thank You page; scroll down and click on the red button that says ‘View Queen Charlotte.’
– Find the story written by Allison Giggey (“Why are you supporting this school?”) and click the little red heart. Make sure not to ‘heart’ another story, as we want that one to stay in the top five.
That’s it! You’re done! You have helped our school immensely and we thank you from the bottom of our hearts!
P.S. Feel free to donate if you so choose, but please do not feel obligated. For every two books donated online, Indigo will donate a third!
Parents are now able to pay their child’s student fee and other fees that may come up during the school year. We will be using the same system that is used in most Elementary schools. www.qc.payschoolfees.net
More details and instructions can be found on the list of pages that are listed (online payments) to the right of this page.
Please note, teachers may request additional items depending on the course and will request these items as needed.
1. Scribblers, duo-tangs and loose leaf paper
2. Package of dividers, binders, double pocket folders
3. Coloring pencils, markers, pencils, pens, highlighters and white erasers
4. Pencil case and ruler (metric and transparent (30 cm))
5. Geometry set, graph paper and a regular calculator (not scientific)
6. Earbuds or headphones
This is an event put on by parents of grade nine students, independent of the school and staff.
Date: Monday, June 25th, 2018
Place: Charlottetown Hotel, Kent Street
Dress: Semi Formal (no jeans)
Tickets must be purchased before the dance and will be for sale during lunch hour on June 6th, 7th and 8th.
Students are permitted to take a date from another school. This ticket will have to be
purchased with their own ticket and each QC student must purchase their own ticket.
Contact information of a parent or guardian for each student will be required at the time of
purchase. Regular dance rules will apply: students are not permitted back into the dance if they leave and
there will be zero tolerance for any illegal activities and parents would be contacted.
The dance will be supervised by Charlottetown Police. In addition to this, we are looking for
several parent volunteers to chaperone the event. Please contact Janice Hopkirk at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are able to help out or have any questions.
We look forward to a fun event and a chance for this wonderful group of graduating students to celebrate their successes and their time together at Queen Charlotte.
Parent Committee for QC Semi
Effective April 6, the National Public Alerting system where EMOs across the country will now be able to push life threatening alerts will be active on all compatible wireless devices. On May 9th at 1:55 p.m. PEI EMO will be conducting a live test of the system. The system does not allow cellphone users/owners to opt out of the alerts and only newer compatible devices will receive the alerts. Attached here is a brief outline of the system. Visit the website for additional information http://www.alertready.ca
Many students and school staff that carry a compatible wireless device will receive this test message on May 9th. Individuals with their devices on silent will not hear the alert sound however their phone will vibrate and they will receive a text like message with a message to the effect of…”This is only a test. This is a scheduled test of the Public Alerting System from Prince Edward Island’s Emergency Measures Organization. If this had been an actual emergency or threat, you would receive instructions that would assist you to protect you and your family. This is only a test. No Action is required.”
QC will be holding a parents’ information meeting and grade six orientation on the following dates…
Wednesday, May 16, 2018 @ 7:00 – Information meeting for parents with school tours at 6:30 and 6:45
Friday, May 18, 2018 – Grade six orientation (morning)
We want to thank everyone for their financial donations for the Humboldt Broncos fundraiser. QC staff and students raised $645. We have posted the link below if others would like to support the Broncos. QC will also be sending QC CARES cards to the team. Students signed their own card and added a personal comment. We would also like to thank everyone for wearing green or a jersey as well as the ribbons that were made by some our grade nine students. Stay Humboldt Strong.