Welcome Panthers - Registration & Course Changes
Prince Edward Collegiate Institute proudly welcomes all students and staff to the 2015-16 school year.
Registration for new Panthers will be Monday August 31 from 12:00 - 4:00 p.m. and Tuesday September 1 from 8:30 - 4:00 p.m.
Current PECI students requiring course changes can come by during the registration times to speak with a Guidance counselor however priority will be given to new students registering. To see your timetable, log into Maplewood ConnectEd by clicking here (your regular username and password apply).
Please note that the timetable is very tight and course changes will be extremely limited,
Grade 9 Panther Orientation Drop In will be Wednesday September 2 anytime between 9:00 and 11:00 a.m. We encourage all grade nine students to drop by, purchase your lock ($8.00), Student Card ($10.00) and print credits ($10.00). There will also be students present to give tours, help you find your locker and all classes for the first day. Please drop by and see us!
Graduation 2015 Photos Now Available!
Attention all Panthers and Panther families. We are proud to share photographs from Graduation 2015. Please access the photos by clicking here. These files are idea for sharing on social media due to their efficient file size.
Thank you once again to Mr. Robert Logan for his excellent photography skills. High resolution versions of all photos are available here. These photos are much larger in size and better for making prints.
Congratulations Prince Edward Collegiate Institute Class Of 2015!
Sem. 2 Final Report Cards Available July 2 From Main Office
Semester 2 final report cards may be picked from the main office beginning on Thursday July 2. Be sure to take time to read the feedback and review your learning skills as you plan ahead for next year and how you will improve. #continuousimprovement
Calling All Parent & Student Volunteers - Graduation Needs Your Assistance
It is that time of year and Graduation 2015 is almost upon us. We are in need of parent and student volunteers to assist with Graduation duties. Many hands make light work and we want this night to be perfect for our graduates. We want to continue the pay it forward tradition of parents and non-grads assisting with graduation duties to ensure that the graduates and their families have a formal night to enjoy and remember as a milestone.
if you are willing to donate some time. Volunteer hours will be awarded to students willing to assist.
Thank you in advance. We look forward to celebrating this special evening.
Prom 2015 Photos Available Online
Panther Grads were out on the town looking fantastic at Prom 2015. Thanks to the Jim Hartley and his incredible staff at the Gazebo Restaurant - Waupoos Winery for their outstanding hospitality hosting a night that we will not soon forget. Be sure to check out all of the great photos on our Flickr page by clicking here.
The 2015-16 Student Council Wants You!
Calling all student leaders. The 2015-16 student council is looking for you! Click here for details. PECI will be launching an entirely new student leadership structure for the Fall of 2015 and we are inviting you to get involved if you are interested in learning and developing your leadership skills. Applications are due to main office Friday June 5th at 2:30 p.m. If you are serious, take the Panther leadership challenge and apply!
2015 Spring Exam / FWCA Schedule Is Now Available
The Spring Exam / FWCA Schedule has been finalized and is now available. Please click here for details.
Best of luck to all Panthers. Please see Guidance or the Resource Room if you have any questions or require additional support as you prepare for your exams.
"Am I In Trouble?" - A Partnership Presentation
Prince Edward Collegiate Institute is proud to present a partnership project between our local OPP officers and our school which is authentically creating opportunities for students to contribute to their community in a very meaningful way. Our goal is to ensure we continue our work supporting the foundations for a healthy school.
The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Prince Edward County detachment, in partnership with Prince Edward Collegiate Institute will be hosting a presentation. The “Am I In Trouble?” presentation discusses difficult situations youth may have experienced or witnessed. The presentation will be delivered by teens for teens, supported by many community services.
Representatives from the OPP, Ministry of the Attorney General, Victim Services Hastings, Prince Edward, Lennox & Addington Counties, Quinte Health Care Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Response Program, Alternatives For Women, Community Organized Support & Prevention (Quinte), Children’s Mental Health Services and Quinte Children’s Foundation is participating.
The intention is to help teens better understand the risks and consequences of challenging societal topics such as Bullying, Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Self/Peer Exploitation “Sexting” and to ensure they understand the variety of community supports available to them for assistance.
Research shows that parent engagement is critical to student engagement and ultimately student success. We are pleased to invite parents from throughout our school community, including our elementary feeder schools, to join us by attending Prince Edward Collegiate Institute located at 41 Barker St., Picton on May 12, 2015 at 7pm. Please contact Mr. D. McFarlane (Principal) if you wish additional detail.
Panther Artists On Display at 27th Annual Art Show
Resilience: 27th Annual Secondary Art Show
LOCATION: John M. Parrott Art Gallery, 3rd floor, Belleville Public Library, 254 Pinnacle Street, Belleville
DATE: April 2 – 29, 2015
This event continues to be a spectacular way to showcase the creativity and personal expression of Visual Arts students to the community. Under the guidance and expertise of Art teachers, students have learned to explore and apply a variety of media, materials, technologies, tools and techniques using the application of elements and principles of design.
Additional learning has been to prepare the art works for presentation to a broad community audience and to understand the effect of the Arts in everyday lives. These pieces demonstrate student learning of Ontario curriculum requirements.
Works/techniques on exhibit include the following:
Drawing: pencil, pencil crayon and ink
Printmaking: dry point prints, mono-prints, collagraphs and colour reduction lino block prints
Acrylic painting and mixed media
Eight pieces from each secondary school will be on display.
Thank you to gallery Curator Susan Holland for assistance in coordinating this exhibit.