The Holiday Season is a time of year when we celebrate family and friends. It’s also a time to be generous with our good will and think of those who may not be as fortunate as us. For a variety of reasons, some families will struggle to get through the holidays.
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Thank-you to ALL teams who participated, and to our generous sponsors and volunteers! Your participation in our annual Student Emergency Fund Golf Tournament raised almost $48,000 to further support students and families in our community! You are all winners!
Tuesday, August 24th at Oak Hills Golf Course. This event supports the Student Emergency Fund which provides immediate assistance to children and youth in need. Sign up now to ensure your spot! Registration forms (Pdf) can be completed and emailed to...
Hastings and Prince Edward Learning Foundation receives federal funding to make food more accessible in the Bay of Quinte
Today, Neil Ellis, Member of Parliament for Bay of Quinte participated in an online funding announcement with Hastings and Prince Edward Learning Foundation’s Maribeth deSnoo, Susan Sweet, Cherie Hardie, and Kellie Brace. Together they highlighted an investment of up...
Inside This Issue: Supporting Students and Families Through The Pandemic, The Power Of Relationships Reflections On Successes During a Pandemic, The Challenges During Covid-19, Priority Programs During Covid -19, Support Provided During Covid-19, Our Major Gift Superheroes of Hope & Children’s Champions, The Student Impact of The “Now More Than Ever” Campaign, 20th Annual Golf Tournament.
All Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board (HPEDSB) schools and the Education Centre are flying flags at half-mast, for a total of 215 hours, to honour the memory of the 215 Indigenous children whose remains were recently discovered on the grounds of the Kamloops Indian Residential School in Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation Territory.