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Shelby Terpstra Leaves For Equador
By Bruce Bell, County Weekly News
"The gateway to the world outside of Prince Edward County is about to open for Bloomfield teen Shelby Terpstra."
"The 17-year-old PECI student departs next week for South America to begin 10-month odyssey in Ecuador as part of the Rotary Youth Exchange program."
Click here to read the full County Weekly News story.
New Nurse Practicioner for PECI
"Marie-Elaine Delvin is the newest nurse practitioner to join the Prince Edward County Family Health Team."
"Delvin will practice two days a week at the Upper County Clinic in Rossmore and the Harbourview Clinic in Picton with a fifth day spent running the primary care clinic at Prince Edward Collegiate Institute high school in Picton."
Read the full countylive.ca article
Meet the Teacher Bar-b-que
PECI Student Saves a Life
Check out the Trentonian story about Max Allin's efforts to save a surfer
!! Well done Max!
Grade 9 Day
Our annual grade 9 day was held on Friday September 9th. The weather was fantastic and the ENT class was outstanding in their preparation and leadership. Click here
to watch a video or click here
to see pictures.
PECI ANNUAL THANKSGIVING FOOD DRIVE
Once again, PECI Panthers will be collecting non-perishable items for the local foodbank. Mrs. Koutroulides' grade 10 venture class challenges all other classes to bring in more items than we do. Items are to be brought to room 106 by October 3rd.
Please join us in supporting our community this Thanksgiving.
PECI Glee Club Wins!
||The PECI Glee Club won Best School Entry in the Milford Fall Fair Parade on Saturday, September 17th. This vocal ensemble led parade watchers in song along the parade route. Participating students were Natalie Lockyer, Holly Aman, Fanny Robbe, Sarah Crouse, and Iain Stenhouse along with teachers Ms. Pigott, and Mr. and Mrs. Lockyer. The Glee Club sings pop and classic rock songs after school every Thursday. New members are welcome.
Terry Fox Run
PECI’s Terry Fox Run is Friday, October 7, after Lunch. PECI staff and students will be running from the backfield along the Millennium Trail and to the Golf Course and back again. Our Goal is to raise $10,000 for the Terry Fox Foundation which is about $13.33 per student. Students can donate in their home room, outside Room 109, or with pledge forms. We are doing this because of the large symbol of hope in the battle against cancer Terry has shown. Terry had a malignant tumor in his right leg and had it amputated above the knee. He decided to do a cross-country marathon to raise money on cancer research and awareness. He ran 42 kilometers a day through six provinces for 143 days and 5373 until his cancer had spread to his lungs and he was taken to BC for treatment. Terry died one month short of his 23rd birthday. Terry’s dream now lives on in all of our lives.
University and College Visits
In an effort to assist our students in making informed decisions with regard to their post-secondary plans, the Guidance department would like to invite interested grade 11 and 12 students to our college and university visits this fall. The schedule of visits can be found here
. We would ask students to sign up for only 4 or 5 of these sessions, and they must come to Guidance to sign up for the sessions of their choice.
Please don’t hesitate to contact the student services department if you have any questions.
PEF Health Nurse
Marie Delvin, a nurse practicianer with the Prince Edward Family Health Team who will be setup a Prince Edward Collegiate every Monday. Marie can answer most health questions that students have. She will provide health care information and services regarding acne, skin infection, birth control, pregnancy tests, UTI, STI, smoking cessation among other things. She can prescribe medication.
HPEDSB District Survey
HPEDSB strives to provide the best possible programs and services to help each student reach their full potential. Newly-appointed Director of Education, Rob McGall, is committed to gathering information from community members, employees and parents/guardians to assist in setting system goals/priorities* for the next three to four years.
You are invited to participate in this anonymous survey. It will take approximately 15 minutes to complete. A summary of survey results will be released in December 2011 and will be used during the upcoming planning cycle beginning in spring 2012. Click here to access the survey