History Comes Alive
||Tanya Blundell, speaking to Miss Moon's grade 10 Canadian history class, helps bring history alive through the use of primary documents, genealogical research and the telling of personal stories.
2013 - 14 School Fees
Student Council Card
A yearly fee payable each September. This fee buys the student a student card for access to school activities. Funds are used for student activities.Printing Credits
(recommended) -- In order to use the school printers, students purchase printing credits. We recommend $10 worth of credits to start the year.Locks
- Master Locks are available for purchase at the main office. All lockers MUST have a school supplied Master Lock on them. You can now pay your fees in the main office.
Rain Barrel Sale
The County Sustainability Group ( CSG ) provides up to 6 graduation bursaries for PECI students to further their education in an Environmental field of study.. Please help continue this support by participating in their upcoming rain barrel sale. Orders are now being taken online and by phone for a Saturday, April 20th, 2013 pickup date. Distribution will be from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM at the Cattle Barn area of the Picton Fairgrounds behind the Prince Edward Community Centre/ Arena. Call Don at 613-476-8016 or visit http://rainbarrel.ca/csgpicton/
Click here for more information about the GSG: http://www.countysustainability.ca/
||This past weekend, Grade 10 Venture student Dylan Brookes presented the quilt made by Mrs. Koutroulides' Venture history class to his Great-Uncle Allan Kerr. Mr. Kerr fought for Canada on Juno Beach in WWII. It was an honour to make him this small token of our appreciation.
Planning for Grades 11, 12 and Beyond
In Grades 11 and 12, students may customize and enhance their learning. Accessing these varied learning options will help students to build a stronger pathway to their post-secondary destination. A new resource is available to assist our students -- Planning for Grades 11, 12 and Beyond
Before entering Grade 11, students should:
examine their personal successes and strengths demonstrated in Grade 9 and 10;
consider their personal interests; • explore the many options available to them;
ask questions of program/course teachers and students; and
plan their course/program choices to ensure that they take advantage of the appropriate enhanced learning options and meet any post-secondary requirements.
What My Grandma Means to Say
Six PECI studentstoured Prince Edward County performing playwright JC Sulzenko’s play, exploring the impact of Alzheimer’s on those involved, What My Grandma Means to Say. The play featured Ben See as the grandson Jake, Alison Stenhouse as Grandma, Olivia Calver as the Nurse, and Sydnee Mulridge as the mother. Other PECI students who were involved were Cassidy Allison on video and multimedia design and Lachlan MacDonald on sound.
Click here to watch the performance: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WsaHth8bm0s
PECI Student Meets the Prime Minister
|PECI student and Wellington Pumpkinfest’s top local pumpkin was grown by 16-year-old Glen Huffman, as a 4H project. He finished seventh with his 1,048-pound entry. It was delivered to the Prime Minister’s residence by Glen’s parents Alvin and Sheila Huffman. John notes this is the second year they have taken pumpkins to Prime Minister Stephen Harper, but said this year’s specimens “are pretty ugly so it might be the last time we’re invited.”
Click here to read the whole story from CountyLive.ca