If your child has an interest in math, please encourage him/her to take part in the “Caribou Math Contest” this school year. There are 6 competitions throughout the school year with practice tests available on the Caribou Math Contest website. This year, the contest is free to all students in grades 7, 8 & 9.
The first competition takes place on October 19th and 20th with more information regarding the time and the place to follow. Please have your child see Ms. Whitnell in room 229 for a permission form prior to October 19th.
Queen Charlotte Intermediate Parents/Guardians & Students,
Thank you to all staff, students, and parents/guardians for your understanding, patience, and support during our emergency evacuation today. We followed all school safety plan evacuation procedures to ensure the safety of all students and staff. We want to commend our staff for their tremendous professionalism, trust in one another, and calm demeanor in supporting all students and parents/guardians during this event.
Charlottetown Police Officers have cleared our school this afternoon. RCMP has announced our school is safe. Public Schools Branch has announced we will have school tomorrow – Thursday September 22nd.
We will have staff on hand at QC to support students who are experiencing difficulty dealing with these events, we will help them process what happened and get back to our regular routine. Together, we are Coyote Strong!
Queen Charlotte Intermediate Staff
Please see the link for more details. Thank you
We would like to welcome you to meet the staff on Thursday, September 15 at 7:00 P.M. The session will begin in the gym and then we will have two 20-minute sessions with teachers in the classrooms.
We welcome everyone to return to the cafeteria for a social and snack at the conclusion of these sessions.
A school tour will take place at 6:30 P.M. for interested parents. We look forward to seeing you at this event.
Mondays – 7:30 am and Tuesdays – 3:15-4.00 pm
First rehearsal Monday Sept. 19th
Wednesdays – 7:30 am and Fridays – 7:30 am
First Rehearsal Wednesday Sept. 14th
Tuesdays 7:30 am and Thursdays 7:30 am
First Rehearsal Thursday Sept 15th
Jazz Band (grade 8 and 9)
Wednesday 3:00-4:15 pm
First rehearsal Sept 21st
September is approaching quickly and with it, our fall sports season at Queen Charlotte. We take pride in our school sports programs, as they provide many students with the opportunity to play a sport, be a member of a team, make friends, and find “their place” at QC. We appreciate the work and commitment of all our volunteers over the years.
When possible, we enjoy being able to have our staff as coaches, but we have been lucky to have many great community volunteers over the years and know we will always need them in the future.
We are now accepting applications for our fall sports teams.
Boys and Girls Volleyball
Boys and Girls Soccer
Boys and Girls Cross Country
Boys and Girls Golf
Girls Field Hockey
You can forward your name, along with your coaching background and a brief description of your vision or plan for the upcoming season to Allister Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org. We would like to receive all applications by August 31st.
Thank you in advance for your interest in our Coyote athletes!
There will be a parent meeting for incoming grade seven Queen Charlotte Intermediate students on Wednesday, May 18 at 7:00 p.m. in the school cafeteria. This meeting will provide information about school program and policies. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions. Please enter through the triple doors opposite the Simmons arena.
Grade 9 students will be conducting school tours for parents beginning in the cafeteria at 6:40 p.m. and 6:45 p.m. All are welcome.
Information From Colonel Gray..
It is that time of year again … registration for Grade 10 is on the horizon. Some of your students may be interested in the IB DP at Colonel Gray as their path to graduation. If so, I very strongly encourage both student and parent attendance at an IB Information Meeting to be held on Monday, March 14th at 7:00 p.m. in the Colonel Gray Lecture Theatre. Information about the IBDP will provided, and a Question and Answer session held. Additionally, important application procedures and time lines will be discussed.
Please note an important change for this year’s registration process: It is our intention to have the pre-IB class decided before students register for grade 10 in mid-April so that on registration day, they know what classes they should choose. Students will not be able to register for pre-IB courses on registration day unless they have gone through the application process. More information will be provided to parents/students at the information session.