Please be advised that there will be no classes at Queen Charlotte Intermediate School on Thursday, May 11th. This will allow students and staff the opportunity to attend the funeral of a Queen Charlotte Intermediate student. Counselling services can be made available at the school on Thursday, May 11th by contacting the main office at 902-368-6970. Families are asked to make their own arrangements for their son or daughter should they wish to attend the funeral.
Students, Teachers and Parents/Guardians across PEI are participating in the OurSCHOOL Survey during May 2017.
Please note that our Parent/Guardian Survey will be open from May 8th – May 21st, 2017. We invite you to complete the survey during the next two weeks. Our school staff will complete the survey during the same time frame.
Our students will begin the survey this week during classes. If you do not want your son/daughter to complete the survey, please visit our school website, print the waiver, and bring it to the school main office.
The information collected through this survey will provide current information about our school and learning, will help us to inform our school goals, identify successes and areas for improvement, help inform policies and programs, and share results with parents and the community.
The survey allows you to express your views about your child’s experiences at home and at school.
– The survey takes about 20 minutes to complete.
– Your responses should be based on this current 2016-2017 school year.
– If you have more than one child in our school, you may complete the survey more than once.
– Your responses are anonymous and confidential as they are recorded on a secure site without personal identifying information.
– You may skip any questions you do not wish to answer.
The link to the survey is: http://www.ourschool.net/qcschool2017
Results will be used only for the purpose of achieving goals in our school and the PEI education system. The information is collected under Section 31 of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and under Section 3.1(c) of the Education Act.
For more information about the OurSCHOOL Survey program, you can visit our school website: https://queencharlotteintermediate.wordpress.com/ or The Learning Bar Inc.’s website: http://www.thelearningbar.com.
Should you have any questions about the survey, you may contact K.J. White at our school number 902-368-6970 or e-mail email@example.com
Thanks for your support in completing the survey.
Queen Charlotte Intermediate
Students should arrive for performances 30 minutes prior to scheduled time in uniform.
There is a $3.00 admission for each session for audience members.
May 4, Queen Charlotte Cafeteria/gym
1:45pm – Olivia Hughes and Alexis Mundle
1:55pm- Gr. 8 brass Quintet
Gr. 8 Sax quartet
2:55pm Gr. 8 Concert Band – Note Gr. 8 band will need their own transportation home at 3:30
3:55pm Gr. 9 Concert Band
4:25pm Arts Smarts Improv band
7:00pm Gr 7 Concert Band
7:45pm Queen Charlotte Jazz Band
Friday, May 5, Steele Recital Hall UPEI (This is a PD day and school is closed)
9:15am Kate Jenkins and Sophia Jeffery
Lahari Bandi and Kathleen Henthorn
Ria Johnson and Zeynep Ulkan
10:00 Noelle Pettipas and Charlize Sahely
10:45 Gr. 7 Brass Ensemble
Gr. 7 Woodwind Ensemble
1:30 Emma Christensen, Emma Mayne, Leia McMillan
QC Brass Quintet
2:00 Justin Thompson, Luc doucette, Ben Plourde
John Roberts, Lilly O’Rielly, Nicola Chalmers
Kate Ford, Grace McQuaid, Ava Murphy
Clare Apaars, Heather Dickieson, Ghead Dheyab
3:45 Iris Liu
The Elementary and Intermediate Transition Teams have been established and are working to ensure a successful transition process and to ensure that students and their families who have been affected by re-zoning are supported.
On Tuesday (April 25), a letter will go home to parents who have a student in the following schools:
Glen Stewart Primary
Prince Street Elementary
Queen Charlotte Intermediate
Spring Park Elementary
St. Jean Elementary
West Kent Elementary
West Royalty Elementary
Parents that have a child impacted by re-zoning and who attends a school not listed above, will receive a letter on Thursday.
The Transition Teams will further communicate with parents through the PSB and school websites, social media, and school newsletters.
The Grade 9 band performance at the Atlantic Festival of Music will be live streamed at 10am April 26 on Seton stage. The site is http://www.atlanticfestivals.com
There will be a Flea Market Saturday April 8, 9:30am-11:30am in our cafeteria. Admission $2. Money raised to support Band trip to Atlantic Band festival. There will also be a bake table.
If you are interested in a table please contact the school or Stacey Kerr at firstname.lastname@example.org before Friday.
We have a number of announcements due to the impending weather forecast for PEI:
1. Due to the expected weather and travel conditions this evening, all after school extracurricular activities in the Public Schools Branch will be canceled for today.
2. The EAL Parent Meeting being held at Colonel Gray tonight has been canceled.
If we have an hour delay tomorrow, Wednesday March 15th, we will have an EAL parents and interpreters meeting at 5:30 PM at Colonel Gray and then all Grade 9 parents at 7:00 PM at Colonel Gray. The meetings will be in the lecture theater.
3. If school is canceled tomorrow, The parent meetings will then have to be scheduled for Monday, March 27th – 5:30 for EAL parents and interpreters and 7:00 for all Grade 9 parents. The meetings will be in the lecture theater.
Any Grade 7 or 8 students that are interested in attending the Impact Expo at the Atlantic Technology centre in Charlottetown are asked pick up a permission form from the office or in room 216 from Mr MacNeill.
This field trip takes place Wednesday, March the 15th. This expo will be of particular interest to those students interested in the video game industry, Video game development, and Video Game artwork. Lunch and transportation are provided and the first 30 students that turn in singed permission forms to Mr MacNeill in room 216 will be able to attend.