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Kinkora Regional High School
Shelley Tremere is a recipient of one of the P.E.I. Home and School Federation Extra Mile Awards for 2021. She has been teaching at Kinkora Regional High School (KRHS) since 1994.
A couple of special days are planned for this week. On Wednesday, there will be a pyjama day and pancake breakfast, where students can be comfy and wear their pyjamas. The student council will prepare a pancake breakfast, 8-9 a.m., for students and staff (no cost). Followed by regular morning classes.
Then on Thursday, the P.E.I. Humane Society Cupcake Day will be held. KRHS students and staff will be baking and selling cupcakes as a fundraiser for the society. If interested in helping, contact Leanne Arsenault.
There will be no classes during March break, March 15-19.
Log on to officepools.com for results of the annual KRHS hockey pool. The ID is Kinkora and the password is guest. Current leaders are 1. Kevin Bustard, 2. Matthew Gaudet 3. Chris Stewart.
On Feb. 24, KRHS staff and students participated in Pink Shirt Day. This event allows students to promote awareness, understanding and openness about the problem of bullying and to commit to standing up against bullying.
The effort of students and parents who provided delicious treats, a tasty meal and kind gestures during this year’s Teacher/Staff Appreciation Week is much appreciated.
Colonel Gray High School
A team of first-year advisors from UPEI will be at Colonel Gray on Friday to help Grade 12 students attending UPEI in the fall register for classes. Students are encouraged to take advantage of this great opportunity by signing up early on the sheet in student services.
The Department of Education and Lifelong Learning is seeking input into elected board-related matters. Help direct the future of education and share thoughts by doing a short online survey: research.net/r/esbc. People can also email their thoughts using [email protected] or send a written submission by mail to Elected Public School Branch board of directors public consultations, Department of Education and Lifelong Learning, P.O. box 2000, Charlottetown, P.E.I., C1A 7N8 (Attention: legislative and planning co-ordinator). The deadline for submissions is Thursday.
There will be no classes for students March 15-19, due to March break.
The High School Reports feature runs in The Guardian on Mondays during the school year. All Island high schools are welcome to send in contributions. However, before doing so, either a student or staff member must contact Carolyn Drake at 902-629-6000, ext. 6036 for information on content and deadlines.