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.
Thank you in advance. We look forward to celebrating this special evening.
Calling all Panther Graduates. The process for applying to scholarships and bursaries is now underway. All applications are due May 15th at 2:30 p.m. Please be sure that you speak to Mrs. Fraser asap if you have questions or are experiencing difficulty.
Key Resources To Review:
List of award categories: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1_t6TXi29Yl3aCcRFDOmqyIaVfLTCFhvNNw1afqwd4pg/edit?usp=sharing
Instruction Letter: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wkXf8WOq5Tldo-xmJ6GYAu1SbBSMWedbU3183dRNwoQ/edit?usp=sharing
Sample Application Letter: https://goo.gl/C9qu42https://docs.google.com/document/d/1fHTGvGEGdfpgFj0NrwWPI1f6JR_6uF0Ph9eMLcQO5lo/edit?usp=sharing
Best of luck to all of our graduates as you work through the final weeks of your highschool career!
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.