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New School in CBS: Memo from NLESD

Please see attached memo from NLESD outlining consultation process for new K-7 school in CBS. Initial CBS Memo – 042715

School Clothing Order: Show your Pioneer Pride!

School Clothing Order Forms are ready. Please use the attached form or pick one up at the main office. Three items are available: Regular Hoodie, Grad Hoodie, and T-Shirt. In the Fall, we will offer a more comprehensive line of clothing. Queen Elizabeth Order Form 2015


Please submit Progressive Pioneer Nomination Forms to the office no later than Friday, April 24th. Please note that this award is “Awarded annually to the graduate who displayed progressive, ambitious and energetic qualities and in general made a worthwhile contribution to our school and its well being.” Application for Progressive Pioneer Application for Progressive Pioneer

No Classes for Students Friday, April 17th

There will be no classes for students on Friday, April 17th, as teachers will be involved with School Development Initiatives and Academic Interventions for at-risk students. Classes will resume on Monday April 20th (Day 3).

Skills Canada Winners

SkillsCanadaWinnersOn Friday, March 27th, three Queen E students competed in the provincial Skills Canada competition in St. John’s and were very successful.  All three won gold!  Sarah Lomholt-Farrell (Baking), Jacob Manning (Job Skill Demonstration) and Steven Rideout (Workplace Safety) will now travel to Saskatoon on May 26th to compete in the National Skilled Trade competition.

Public Exam Prep Program

The Newfoundland and Labrador English School District will be offering a 8 week Public Exam Preparation Program (PEPP) from April to June 2015.  This program will be offered twice a week on Monday and Thursday evenings at Gonzaga High School, Smithville Crescent, St. John’s. Classes will begin after the Easter Break. Please see the attached files for more information.

Updated Student Handbook

The QE Student Handbook for 2014-2015 and the updated QE Code of Conduct have been posted in the “Useful Links” section on the left side of this page.


Congratulations to Jordan Mercer for placing 2nd overall in NL in the Royal Canadian Legion Coloured Poster Contest for Remembrance.
Jordan will be awarded $100 and a Trip to Europe for an annual pilgrimage in June of this year which will include Beaumont-Hamel  for Memorial Day celebrations.  Awesome job!

School is closing due to local weather conditions – Wednesday, March 18th

Good afternoon. Due to local weather conditions and its impact on our roadways, QE is closing 30 minutes early. All afternoon activities are cancelled.

Parent School Climate Surveys

The Department of Education invites you to play an important role in your child’s education. By completing the School Climate Survey, you are giving your school, your school district, and the provincial government information on your thoughts and feelings regarding your child’s school and your child’s school life. This information will help to gauge the quality of education you believe your child is receiving and where
improvements, if any, need to be made.

Every year, the School Climate Survey is provided online to all parents of students in grade 2, grade 5, and grade 7 to Level III. Parents/guardians should complete this survey for every child they have in grade 2, grade 5, and grade 7 to Level III since each child has different educational experiences and what is true for one child may not be true for the other(s), especially if they are in different grades or schools.

The parent/guardian survey, on average, should take approximately 5-10 minutes to complete. Responses are confidential and your name will not be linked to your results. All reporting will be done on a school, district, or province level. Individual responses will not be presented. Results will not be released in cases where school demographics may lead to the ability to identify respondents (less than 6 respondents).

The School Climate Survey is an opportunity to provide your voice to the future of education in your child’s school, community, and province. You can access the survey online by going to: .

Please complete the survey by Friday, March 27th, 2015.

Holiday on Monday March 16th

On Monday, March 16th there is a scheduled school holiday. There is no school on that day. Tuesday, March 17th will be Day 6 on our schedule.

School Remaining Closed for the day…March 4

Enjoy your day and see you all tomorrow.

March 19th: Canadian Forces Reserves

On March 19, the Canadian Forces Reserves will be visiting our school. They will be setting up a display outside the school and our level II and III students will have an opportunity to see who the Canadian Forces Reserves are and what they have to offer in part-time employment. In addition to their visit to our school they are also having an open house for our students and parents on Thursday, March 26 at 7:30 pm at the new armouries, 115 The Boulevard next to Qidi Vidi Lake. This is a great opportunity to come out and learn about the exciting opportunities and benefits offered by the Canadian Forces Reserves. For more information please contact Sergeant Sloan 709-570-4806 or Sergeant Phillips 709-570-4804.

Teacher PD Day on Monday, March 2

There will be no classes for students on Monday, March 2nd as teachers will be participating in a professional development day. Topics include Exam View, Google Apps for Education, Moodle and Assistive Technology.

Bullying Awareness Day

stopBullying is a major problem in our schools, workplaces, and homes. On February 25, 2015 we encourage all of you to wear something pink to symbolize that we as a society, and a school community will NOT tolerate bullying anywhere!!!!!