We would like to welcome our new and returning students to Queen Charlotte Intermediate! The first day for students will be Tuesday, September 8. All students will meet in the gym at 8:35 for a brief welcome assembly. Grade 8 students will then go to the cafeteria to meet their home room teachers. Grade 9 students will go to the grade 9 floor where they will see home room lists posted. Grade 7 students will remain in the gym and their class lists will be called out. Students will go with their home room teacher to begin their day. We are looking forward to a great year!
Please follow this link and the instructions if you would like to find the nearest bus stop in your area.
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
Sticky circles for torn looseleaf
Small Pencil Sharpener
Index Cards (for Late French Immersion)
Large square graph paper (needed for start of school year)
Geometry Set (needed after Thanksgiving.. preferably Oxford brand, not dollar store)
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)
Please do not bring the following items to school:
Colored ink pens, liquid paper, multi-subject binders, liquid glue, gel pens, coil scribblers, any bound scribblers
Any grade 9s who did not receive a yearbook but want one will be able to purchase one on Friday at lunch in the cafeteria. If we have more than 15 who want a book, a lottery will be held. If there are still extras after tomorrow, grade 7s and 8s can purchase one on Monday at lunch in Ind. Tech. Cost is $28.
There will be a meeting for all grade 8 students who are interested in joining the Duke Of Edinburgh Award program next year. This meeting will be held on Monday, June 1, following afternoon announcements. Students will be given the registration form and are asked to return the completed form with the $30 registration fee to Mrs. Duffy by June 9.
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.
On Thursday, May 14 from 3:15 – 4:00 P.M., incoming band students are invited to come to the Queen Charlotte band room for instrument demonstration and to choose their instrument.
Also Band camp is an invaluable start to the program and highly recommended. Forms are due back to Queen Charlotte by May 21, 2015.
Please be reminded of the new date for the Home and School’s Parent Engagement Night at Queen Charlotte is April 28th from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in the school cafeteria. Everyone is welcome to join us as we build Homework Toolkits to support your child’s learning in the intermediate grades. This date has been changed from April 29th to April 28th to accommodate for community members who may want to attend the Leaders Forum on Education.
There will be an information meeting on Wednesday, May 13 at 7:00 in our cafeteria for parents of next year’s grade 7 students.
Our feeder schools, West Kent, West Royalty and Spring Park will take their grade 6 classes to Queen Charlotte for an orientation session on the following dates and times:
Friday, May 15- West Kent 9:15 am- 10:30 am
Friday, May 15- West Royalty 10:45- 12:00
Friday, May 22- Spring Park 9:00 am- 10:15 am
We look forward to meeting our new students and families.