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School Photo Prince Edward Collegiate Institute (PECI) is a community secondary school located in Picton, Ontario serving over 600 students from across Prince Edward County. 

With a strong academic program, a wide variety of athletic & extra-curricular activities, and excellent facilities, PECI continues a more than 50-year tradition of serving all students living in Prince Edward County to ensure their success in the world.  Please have a look around our web site so that we can show you our Panther Pride!

OMNIBUS FULGET PER ANNOS - "It Shines for All, Through the Years"
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Upcoming Events

Mid-Semeser Reports Sent Home-Mon Apr 28 @02:30PM -
Pedal for Hope-Wed Apr 30 @09:00AM - 10:00AM
Volunteer Fair-Wed Apr 30 @12:00PM - 02:30PM
Outdoor Dance-Fri May 16 @07:00PM - 10:00PM
Victoria Day-Mon May 19
OSAP Presentation-Tue May 20 @10:00AM - 11:00AM
PECI's Got Talent-Wed May 21 @06:00PM - 08:00PM
Coop Reflective Session-Thu May 22 @08:15AM - 02:30PM
Art's Night-Thu May 22 @06:00PM - 08:00PM
PA Day-Fri May 23
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Guest Guitarist


Music classes were treated to a visit by guest guitarist Rick Fines on April 16th. Mr. Palmer received some funding from Loyal Blues Fellowship (Belleville) as well as our Board.

Rick also spent two classes with Ms. Rideout's 3U English class on lyrics and songwriting and how to engage listeners/readers more using words to compel the senses. He will return to us on April 29th for a followup session with both the guitar class and the English class.

On Monday, April 29th Suzie Vinnick will be in for periods 1 and 2 to spend time with the guitar class on how to make your singing/playing 'sound more bluesy.

Rick Fines is a veteran of the folk and blues circuits in North America. He is an engaging storyteller and songwriter. He won the MapleBlues Award for Songwriter of the Year, Acoustic Act Of The Year (twice), and has received eight additional nominations. His song “Riley Wants His Life Back” won first place in the blues category of 2003 International Songwriting Competition, with B.B. King one of the judges! His work with Jackson Delta (for 15 years) brought nominations from both the Juno and the Handy Awards. He has played for legendary blues piano player Pinetop Perkins, songstress Colleen Peterson, folk icon Penny Lang and many others. He toured from Newfoundland to B.C. to the Arctic last year alone, bringing his understanding of blues, finger-style and bottleneck guitar.
Panther Wear
Hoodies and 1/4 Zip Fleeces are available at lunch in the Main Foyer. Hoodies are $47, Fleeces are $40. Cash Sale Only. Limited quantities available.
Pink Shirt Day
Bullying can be a major problem in our schools and over the Internet. On April 9, "Pink T-Shirt Day," students of PECI wore pink anti-hate t-shirts to support and symbolize that we, as a school and community, will not tolerate bullying anywhere. We give special thanks to Adelaine Tripp, Merissa Hill, Autumn Hill and Moriah Lammes for all of the work that they have put into the anti bullying campaigns that have occurred at PECI this year.
Rain Barrel Sales Support Students

Since 2010, eight PECI students have received nearly $4000 for post-secondary education in environmental, agricultural, renewable energy or conservation fields.

The County Sustainability Group is taking pre-orders for its third annual rain barrel sale to benefit its student bursary program. The barrels collect and store chlorine- and fluoride- free rainwater that can be used to conserve tap water when watering gardens or lawns, washing cars, or even doing laundry. That can lead to substantial cost saving or give enough water to last through a ban in the summer months.

The barrels will be available for orders online at www.rainbarrel.ca/CSGPicton or by phone via Don Ross at 613-476-8016. The barrels are $60 each and participants can select the colour and model they’re looking for prior to pick-up day at Valley Pine Farms near the corner of County Rds. 13 and 16 from 10a.m until noon.



School Play
PECI Drama Club will be presenting Goodnight Desdemona (Good Morning Juliet). Evening performances will be April 24th - 26th at the school. Tickets are on available from Mr. Sheahan or at Books and Co.
E-Waste Collection

On April 5th  P.E.C.I. will be hosting a free e-waste collection event at the back of the school from 9.00 am to 2.00 pm. If you are doing some "Spring cleaning", think about keeping your electronics items for the charity we am helping, the Loyalist Humane Society. Last year, you were generous. We hope to count on you again.

Teamwork in Trading-Up
Students in the Trading Up program show excellent teamwork this week glueing up components for 2 new benches. The benches will replace the worn ones in gym A. See Mr. Ronan or Mrs. Phoenix-Renz in guidance for details of this great program where students learn essential trade skills and receive on- the-job work experience.
Early Progress Reports

Early progress reports were sent home with students on Monday March 17th. Everyone is invited to parent – teacher interviews that will be held on Thursday March 20th from 5 – 7 pm.  Students can make appointments for you with their teachers using the appointment form that was sent home with students on Monday.





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Prince Edward Collegiate Institute

41 Barker Street, Picton, Ontario
Canada K0K 2T0
Phone: 613 476-2196
Fax:  613 476-1516
Email: peci@hpedsb.on.ca
156 Ann Street, Belleville, Ontario
Canada K8N 3L3
Toll-free: +1 800 267-4350
General Email: information@hpedsb.on.ca
Bell Times: 8:15 - 2:30
P: Darren McFarlane
VP: Paul Pickard
S: Mark Fishern
T: Jennifer Cobb
    Dwayne Inch
Student transportation
Toll-free: +1 866 569-6638
Phone: +1 613 354-1981
Fax: +1 613 354-1279
Url: www.triboard.on.ca

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