As part of our commitment to continuous improvement, there will be various renovation projects occurring over the course of the school year here at Prince Edward Collegiate Institute. In accordance with HPEDSB Procedure 568 - Installation and Application of Building Materials (Procedure 568), if your son/daughter has any specific allergies to dust, paint or other possible building/renovation materials, please contact the school as soon as possible in order that an appropriate plan can be put in place.
Further, if your son/daughter has any updated medical information that would be helpful for the school to have, please contact the school at any time. Your student's safety is our number one priority!
Panther Athletic Wear is now on sale by order form.
Men's Order Form: Women's Order Form:
Items will be on sale on Tues/Wed/Thurs at lunch for the next 2 weeks. The Athletic Council will also have a booth set up at Parents night next Wednesday. Payment will be accepted in cash - no cheques please.
Prince Edward Collegiate Institute Invites You to Attend
Post-Secondary Planning Night for Parents
Everything you need to know about post-secondary planning, plus representatives from college, university and apprenticeships.
Wednesday, October 15, 2014 in Gym B
6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Please RSVP by Oct. 10 at http://goo.gl/mPLPKh . We hope to see you there.
Calling All Invested Parents!!! The first school council meeting of the 2014-15 school year is this coming Tuesday September 30th from 6:30 - 7:30. Come out and learn about the exciting events and activities happening in the Panther environment. We are looking for your interest and support only - there is NO FUNDRAISING INVOLVED in our council.
Thank you to all Panthers for your outstanding attentive behaviour today at our Welcome Back / Student Responsibilities Assembly. It was a pleasure to see each and every one of you. We invite anyone who missed today's assembly and all Panther families to review the slideshow available here: http://goo.gl/d8OKIv . Please do not hesitate to contact the school if you have questions. We look forward to an amazing year at Prince Edward Collegiate Institute.
PECI is proud to invite all Grade 9 Panther families to our Fall Family BBQ and Information Night to be held Thursday September 11 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Please plan to come out and enjoy a complimentary BBQ with our staff to welcome you to the Panther Environment. Following the BBQ, there will be an opportunity to follow your student's timetable, see their classrooms and hear an overview from the teacher. Please note there will be an opportunity for more thorough conversations with our teachers later this Fall at Parent/Guardian/Teacher Interviews.
We ask that all families planning to attend RSVP using the following form http://goo.gl/qquzJu in order that we can plan how much food to order. For questions, please contact Lisa Fraser at extension 2232. We look forward to seeing you!
Students in the Trading Up program show excellent teamwork this week glueing up components for 2 new benches. The benches will replace the worn ones in gym A. See Mr. Ronan or Mrs. Phoenix-Renz in guidance for details of this great program where students learn essential trade skills and receive on- the-job work experience.
The track and field team competed at the Bay of Quinte Championships yesterday posting some excellent results. Midget girls Olivia Crouse and Vanessa Willis placed 2nd and 3rd in javelin and 3rd and 5th in discus while Vanessa is the shotput champion. Midget boys Aidan Wallwork, Noah McConnell, Carter Whittaker and Andrew Ward placed 1st, 2nd 4th and 6th at javelin. Senior boys Seth Van Vlack and Mitch Reid 2nd and 3rd in long jump. Trista Mckee-Arlidge came 1st in 100m and 800m for visually impaired with special guide Lynsey Corbin. Junior boy Josh Stechniki placed 1st and 2nd and 2nd in long jump, 100m and triple jump. Midget boy Keneil Warren continued to rip up the track with 1st place in 100 and 200m. What an excellent day of competition by our athletes. Good luck next week at COSSA.
Hoodies and 1/4 Zip Fleeces are available at lunch in the Main Foyer. Hoodies are $47, Fleeces are $40. Cash Sale Only. Limited quantities available.
PECI's second semester Arts' Night and Relay for Life fund raiser was held on Thursday, May 22nd at PECI. The audience of over 200 were thrilled by performances from Mr Palmer's Guitar class, Mr Sheahan's grade 9 and 10 Drama classes, and by the art on display from Ms Henderson's and Ms Buggie's Art classes.
One highlight of the evening was the recognition of Cynara Lewis from Ms Clarke's Photography class, who won the gold medal at the Provincial Skills Competition in Photography, and will be going on to compete Nationally. Whether it was dramatically, musically, or artistically, these Panthers made us very proud!