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Bulletin #4: Long-Term Capital & Accommodation Planning

May 20, 2016—A review of long-term capital and accommodation planning is underway through the Student Enrolment/School Capacity Committee. A draft Long-Term Capital & Accommodation Plan (pdf) is available for public review and input. It contains no specific recommendations regarding school closure or consolidations. All are invited to review the draft plan and provide written feedback until Friday, June 10, 2016 to directors.office@hpedsb.on.ca. The draft plan will be presented to trustees for approval at the Student Enrolment/School Capacity Committee meeting on June...
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EVENT: 2nd Annual Wildcat 1km & 5km Walk/Run, Saturday, May 28, 2016

This event is a fundraiser for Bayside Public School. May 6, 2016—The public is invited to participate in an event for the whole family. EVENT DETAILS This is a 1km and 5km walk/run DATE: Saturday, May 28, 2016 TIME: 9:00 a.m. LOCATION: Wooded trails of the Bayside quarry (Bayside Secondary School, 1247 Old Highway 2, Belleville) Click on the poster for complete details. RegistrationForm2016.docx (1) (pdf) For more information contact Bayside Public School, 613.962.0694 or bayside@hpedsb.on.ca
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EVENT: “Homeroom, the Musical” at Centre Hastings Secondary School

Centre Hastings Secondary School presents “Homeroom the Musical” Students at Centre Hastings Secondary School are eagerly preparing for the upcoming spring musical. EVENT DETAILS FOR “HOMEROOM, THE MUSICAL” DATES: Opens Wednesday, May 25, 2016 for three nights TIME: 7:30 p.m. LOCATION: Centre Hastings Secondary School, 129 Elgin Street, Madoc TICKETS: $10, available form the school, 613.473.4251 Story outline If you were a fan of Grease, Guys and Dolls, or Footloose Centre Hastings Secondary School has good news for you! The musical begins with the students...
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Congratulations to the 2016 Great Place Awards recipients

Congratulations to Great Place Awards recipients who contribute to student achievement and well-being, and who are held in high esteem through their demonstration of the Growing with Character core values. 15th Annual Great Place Awards The Great Place Awards (webpage) are the highest recognition within Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board. These prestigious awards recognize outstanding contributions by students, employees, parents and guardians, and community partners. The 2016 Great Place Award recipients are: Julie Beatty, Parent/Volunteer, Tweed Elementary...
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Now accepting nominations for the Bob Kilbreath Award

May 6, 2016—The Bob Kilbreath Award is presented annually to individuals who have made a significant contribution in support of elementary athletics in the Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board. The HPEDSB Elementary Athletic Association is looking for nominations for recipients of the Bob Kilbreath Award for the 2015-2016 school year. This award will be granted in an effort to recognize outstanding contributors and the time, effort, and heart they have invested into promoting sport and developing young athletes through athletics within HPEDSB. This award does...
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Tentative agreement reached for the public school board and APSSP

The Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board and the Association of Professional Student Services Personnel (APSSP) are pleased to announce that the parties have reached a tentative agreement on local bargaining issues. “We are pleased that the negotiation teams for the Board and APSSP worked collaboratively to reach a tentative agreement. Our student services personnel play an important role in supporting and educating children, and we appreciate their contributions to student achievement and well-being,” said Dwayne Inch, Chair of the Board. “The negotiations...
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Interested in being a homestay family for international students?

Have you ever considered hosting a student from another country? The International Student Program (ISP) team strives to provide a positive educational and cultural experience for international students and offer an opportunity for our Canadian students, teachers and local community to experience a diverse environment in which to learn about and develop an appreciation of other cultures. INFORMATION SESSION Tuesday, May 24, 2016 at the Education Centre, 156 Ann Street, Belleville, 5:00pm Each year the ISP welcomes Grade 7 – 12 students to study in HPEDSB schools. Participating...
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EVENT: “Dracula” presented by Centennial Secondary School

Centennial Secondary School presents “Dracula” on-stage. This is a dramatic retelling of the famous story by Bram Stoker. Just imagine the terror of living in a time when vampires roamed the streets? How can science explain the mysterious deaths of Lucy, her mother and Arthur’s father? Finally, Van Helsing arrives from Europe to hunt down Dracula and end the reign of terror.  Come to Centennial to see the exciting and often spooky conclusion to this blood-curdling adventure. EVENT DETAILS DATE: May 13 to 15, 2016 TIME: 7:00 p.m. on May 13   |   2:00 p.m....
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eWaste community drop-off, May 10 – 15, 2016

The Adventure Class at Queen Victoria School is hosting a public event to collect and recycle unwanted computers, TVs, and other electronics. Clothing donations are also being accepted. EVENT DETAILS Electronics Waste Recycling DATE: Tuesday, May 10 to Sunday, May 15, 2016 LOCATION: Dewe’s Independent Grocer, 400 Dundas Street East, Belleville, parking lot TIME: Tuesday to Friday from 12:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Pick-ups are available by contacting Aaron Dunleavy, aaron@informanus.com 613-885-0642. If necessary, pick-ups can...
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Bulletin #3: Long-Term Capital & Accommodation Planning

May 4, 2016—A review of long-term capital and accommodation planning is underway through the Student Enrolment/School Capacity Committee. This link goes to Bulletin #3, Long-Term Capital & Accommodation Planning, and provides more information http://www.hpedsb.on.ca/ec/aboutus/boardMeetings/documents/capital_planning_bulletin_3.pdf (pdf) Through the review, the priorities are to: provide programs and services to help each student achieve success; and continue to have welcoming, inclusive, safe and accepting learning environments that optimize students’ potential. The...

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