OurSCHOOL – Provincial School Survey Program, 2017

Schools across PEI are implementing a provincial school survey program called OurSCHOOL.  The program involves surveys for students, teachers and parents.  Surveys will run the first 3 weeks of May.

PEI is partnering with The Learning Bar, an Atlantic Canadian company. The OurSCHOOL Survey is the largest school survey in Canada. The surveys are developed by researchers and educators and in consultation with leading experts and panels of students, teachers and principals. Measures are based on current leading-edge educational research, producing reliable and valid results. For more information on The Learning Bar, visit http://www.thelearningbar.com/.

Results will provide current information about our school and learning, and will help to inform our school goals, identify successes and areas for improvement, inform policies and programs, and share results with parents and the community.

Students will complete the survey during class time. They will be able to provide their views on their experiences at school such as:

  • Engagement and relationships with others
  • The learning environment
  • Sense of safety and support

(Note: Students may skip any questions they do not feel comfortable answering.)

Parents will be provided with an invitation from their school to complete the survey. They will be able to express their views on their child’s experience at home and at school such as:

  • Communication between school staff and parents
  • Homework
  • School support for their child’s learning
  • Inclusion and safety at school

Teachers will be able to express their views on policies and practices in their school such as:

  • Their teaching experience and practices
  • Leadership in their school
  • Their engagement with parents

Cafeteria Specials

Breakfasts are $3.00.

Starting next week breakfast will be served only on Wednesdays.

Breakfast sandwiches also available on Wednesdays.

Monday- Omelet

Wednesday- Ham & Eggs

Daily specials are $4.25

Friday – Cold Cut Subs

Monday– Chicken Burgers

Tuesday – Chicken Fingers

Wednesday – Goulash

Thursday – Tacos

Friday – Fish & Chips

Anyone wishing to have either salad or baked potato for lunch are asked to order at morning break.

Late Assignment Policies

Math/Science Late Assignment Policy

Work needs to be handed in by the deadline. It is understood that sometimes, due to circumstances outside the student’s control, the deadline may be extended. It is the responsibility of the student to discuss alternate arrangements with the teacher.

Humanities Late Assignment Policy

All assignments should be handed in on the due date. Due dates are an expectation, not a suggestion. We all have busy lives and on the RARE occasion that you do not submit an assignment on its due date it is considered late. Late assignments must be submitted within 3 days of the due date to be accepted for assessment. After three days, a student has missed the opportunity to demonstrate achievement towards the outcomes addressed in that assignment and will receive a NHI (not handed in) resulting in an automatic zero for that assignment.