Celebrating 100 years at Queen Victoria School

Queen Victoria School in Belleville is celebrating 100 years of education in the community. Built in 1912 on Pine Street, Belleville, "Queen Vic" is the oldest functioning school in the city. Former students, staff and friends of Queen Victoria School are invited to the 100th Anniversary Open...

Prince of Wales boys won District Boys Basketball

  The boys basketball team at Prince of Wales Public School  brought the trophy to the school  after almost 20 years. It was a nail-biter final game between Prince of Wales and the team from Susanna Moodie Elementary School. Both played with skill and determination. The final score...

Calling for nominations for 11th Annual Great Place Awards

Do you know someone who makes a positive difference in students’ educational experiences or lives? Consider nominating them for a Great Place Award. Great Place Awards are the highest form of recognition within Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board. They honour and celebrate individuals...

Young scientists prepare for annual Science Fair

Budding scientists are getting ready to showcase their experiments in the 53rd Annual Quinte Regional Science and Technology Fair (QRSTF). EVENT DETAILS Date: Saturday, March 31, 2012 Location: Loyalist College, Wallbridge-Loyalist Road, Belleville Time: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Public viewing will...

Board Meeting Update #80

This update provides a summary of the public Board Meeting of Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board held Monday, March 26, 2012, bit.ly/GRDy4R For more information, please contact: Kerry Donnell, Communications Officer, 613-966-1170 or 1 800 267-4350, extension 2354, kdonnell@hpedsb.on.ca

Submit a nomination for 2012 Educator of the Year

Nominations are being accepted for the 2012 Educator of the Year. This award, also known as the Sir Mackenzie Bowell Award, is presented to a person who has demonstrated meritorious service to education in Hastings County or Prince Edward County. The nominee can be a teacher, daycare provider, a tutor...

This teacher effectively integrates technology into the classroom

Grade 6 teacher, Kent Manning, was recently featured in Professionally Speaking, the magazine for the Ontario College of Teachers. Manning teaches media literacy at Harmony Public School and regularly integrates technology into classroom to support 21st Century learning. "I consider myself very...

Moira SS Science student gets published in national journal

Jenny Xue, a Grade 12 International Baccalaureate (IB) student from Moira Secondary School, has recently had her work published in the Canadian Young Scientist Journal. This is an incredible feat not seen before by any local area science student! As part of her IB studies, Xue was required to independently...

Bayside Secondary students are eager to see “The Hunger Games”

Students at Bayside Secondary School will be attending an advance screening of the movie The Hunger Games on Friday, March 23. The book version of this three-part series is popular with boys, girls and adults. It is about a young woman who lives in a post apocalyptic world and who is forced to compete...

Invitation to a community workshop on teamwork

Working together with passion and purpose, that is the focus of an upcoming free workshop. Community members are invited to register for this session featuring Charmaine Hammond, an international transformational speaker who helps people live inspired, resilient lives. event flyer EVENT DETAILS DATE:...

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