Bus Patroller Appreciation Day at the National Air Force Museum of Canada

On Wednesday, June 16, 2010 the National Air Force Museum of Canada hosted 328 students and support staff during the Tri-Board Student Transportation Service, Bus Patroller Appreciation Day. At the beginning of each school year, students in Grades 6 to 8 are selected as bus patrollers, from Algonquin...

Congratulations to Tinneke Wilson, recipient of the Kids Fit Mentor of the Year award

Tinneke Wilson is the 2010 winner of the Kids Kit Mentor of the Year award. She is a teacher and coach at Park Dale School. “As a teacher and coach, I realized I had the opportunity to really influence students and have been working for that goal ever since,” remarked Tinneke. Tinneke...

Lesley McGuire selected as one of Canada’s 10 Best of the Best CanSkate Coaches

Lesley McGuire was selected by Skate Canada to participate in Canada’s 10 Best of the Best CanSkate Coaches Program. Lesley is a teacher at Quinte Secondary School and a member of the Stirling Figure Skating Club. “I was very excited to be selected by Skate Canada for this opportunity....

Bill Lundy recognized as an exemplary educator

Bill Lundy earned the designation of SMART Exemplary Educator (SEE). Bill is a teacher by trade and currently works in the Information and Technology Services Department at Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board. Bill is an expert on how to use SMART Boards and implement this technology...

Moira Secondary School students win first place at the 2010 Roboticon Competition

Moira Secondary School sent a team of three students to compete in the University of Guelph’s Roboticon Competition on March 20, 2010 and won first place. The competition was hosted by the Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology at the University of Guelph and open to all secondary...

Wheelchair experiment a success

Students at Centre Hastings Secondary School in Mr. Ripley’s Managing Personal and Family Resources class learned about time management and tolerance in a unique way. Each student in the class was challenged to spend one full school day from 8:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in a wheelchair. The students...

Welcome the 2010-2011 student trustees

Two student trustees are elected each year by the Student Senate. The newly elected student trustees for the 2010-2011 school year are Carmen Meyette, a student at Quinte Secondary School and Emily Tetzlaff, a student from Trenton High School. The term for the student trustees will begin in September...

Trustees elected to Ontario Public School Boards’ Association

The election results are in for the Ontario Public School Boards’ Association (OPSBA). The OPSBA 2010 elections were held as part of the 22nd Annual General Meeting which took place from June 3 to 6 at Caesar’s Hotel and Conference Centre in Windsor.  Carl Pitman, Mary Hall and Michael...

Centennial Secondary School student received an International Student Award

The 51st Annual Quinte Regional Science and Technology Fair and Awards Ceremony were held at Loyalist College on Saturday, March 27, 2010.  A special International Student Award was presented to Miyuki Kaneko a student from Centennial Secondary School for her science fair poster that was completed...

Highest number of Adult Education graduates in recent history

On Monday, June 21, 2010 students at Quinte Secondary School (QSS) graduated and received their Ontario secondary school diplomas. There were 111 graduates which is the highest number of graduates from QSS in recent history. Graduates ranged from ages 18 to 65. In previous years there were on average...

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