Queen Elizabeth School (Picton) says “thanks” for the playground donations

Students at Queen Elizabeth School (Picton) are energized about the new playground equipment at their school! Staff and students will be hosting an event to say thank you to the community.

DATE: Wednesday, April 11, 2012 (rain date is Thursday, April 12)
TIME: 2:00 p.m.
LOCATION: Queen Elizabeth School, 35 Barker Street, Picton, on the Primary playground

“The school council volunteered a huge amount of work and time to this project,” said Bill Launderville, Principal. “Without their efforts, contributions from our parents and major contributors such as Metro, the Williams Family, The Elks of Picton and the Kiwanis, this type of playground enhancement would not have been possible.”

The school received the new playground equipment in December 2011. It was the final phase in the Breaking Ground Project which started in 2006. Since then, the school council has raised over $60,000 towards replacing playground equipment for school and community use. The wooden equipment was removed in August 2008 as it failed to meet newly revised safety standards.

The grand opening ceremony will allow the staff and students to say “thank you” for the latest edition to the Primary yard.

Queen Elizabeth School, where the motto is “Respect and Learning” is situated in the heart of Picton in picturesque Prince Edward County, and serves approximately 275 Junior Kindergarten to Grade 8. QEP is a Healthy Active School Community which provides a dynamic and enthusiastic learning environment. The school’s mission is to provide a safe learning environment that promotes academic excellence, social responsibility and individual achievement. Celebrations of learning are evident in school spirit days, reading challenges, family literacy nights, school teams, band and choir festivals, and much more. Based on the Story of the Starfish, the entire community at QEP believes everyone can make a difference.

For more information, please contact:
Kerry Donnell, Communications Officer, 613-966-1170 or 1 800 267-4350, extension 2354, [email protected]


Last updated: April 10, 2012 at 2:55 pm
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