Please send an email containing the date your child is/was absent and the reason to our NEW email address:


Wayne Rodgers

Cap & Gown Biography

Graduates – please click on the link below to fill in the form for your Grad Biography. You will need to sign in to your school Google account in order to access the form.

Fine Arts Extravaganza 2017

fineartsfinalEnjoy a night of drama, art, music and CAKE! Thursday June 1 at 7pm in the QE Gym. See the attached poster for more information.

Nomination for 2016-2017 Progressive Pioneer

Each year during the Senior Prom, one student is presented the Progressive Pioneer Award.

This honor 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.”

If you are a student or teacher, you may complete this nomination for Progressive Pioneer. All nominations will be reviewed  by a school committee.

The nominations close Wednesday, May 24th at 2:30 p.m.

***Message from Safe Prom Committee*** to Parents of Grade 11 Students

We are seeking your help with setup and decorating at Axtion on May 26 @9:30PM. Graduates will be arriving at Axtion 12PM following Senior Prom dance. We need approximately 8-10 people and we currently have 4 confirmed. I’ve put my sister, Claudette Hickey, in charge as she was there last year and is familiar with the setup we had last year. I’ll be setting up a quick meeting to go over things Tuesday evening at Queen Elizabeth Regional High School.

We would very much appreciate your help, plus it’s a great opportunity for you to see what we have planned and organized this year since your son/daughter will be graduating next year. If interested, you can contact me via email or by phone at 685-5617.

I sincerely hope next year you continue organizing a 3rd safe prom. Last year was a huge success and we anticipate the same again next week.

Thanks in advance.

Rosalind Priddle
Safe Prom Committee 2017

Student Survey

All students, click on the link to complete the survey designed to help us find out how you think about your school. Please give us your honest opinions so that we can better understand your experience, and work to make the school a better place.

Safe Prom Message

***Important Message from Safe Prom Committee***

There are a number of students who still have not submitted their Parental Consent and/or Action Forms for the Safe Prom. We ask parents to speak to their son/daughter to ensure they have their forms, including guests, returned lunch time Monday, May 15. Both Denise Petten and Rosalind Priddle will be at the school lunch time on Monday to collect these forms and any money owing.

Please note if your son/daughter have changed guests, they must send in new forms for these new guests. If we do not have their information on the night of the Senior Prom, they will not be permitted on the bus or at Axtion.

Should you have any questions or concerns, please contact Rosalind Priddle by email

Rosalind Priddle
Chair, Safe Prom

School Trip Easter 2019 – Athens & The Aegean

Athens, Delphi & a 4-day Aegean Cruise. Information meeting for students and parents on Tues. May 16th at 7pm.

Persons With Disabilities Scholarship

The 2017 Coalition of Persons with Disabilities – Newfoundland and Labrador Scholarship Awards, in partnership with Scotiabank and Husky Energy, is open for applications! They thank all applicants for their interest and encourage eligible applicants to apply during the 2017-2018 program. Download the application package and be sure to submit by the deadline of Friday, May 19th at 4 p.m. sharp.

Recipients of the 3 awards will be formally announced during the 2017 Annual General Meeting on (date to be announced), 2017 from 6pm – 8pm at The Holiday Inn (Conception Bay South Room), and will be posted online thereafter.

Applications can be downloaded on the following website or come see Mrs. Watton.

Final Exam Schedule

Final Exams run from Monday June 12 until Wednesday June 21. Click here to view or download the schedule.

TWEP Tutoring

Any post-secondary student who would like to apply for the TWEP tutoring program at Queen Elizabeth can submit a copy of their resume to Mrs. Watton on or before Friday, May 12th.

Parents Please Complete this School Development and School Climate Survey

April 24, 2017
Subject: Request for Feedback – Family Survey

Dear Parent/Guardian,
This year, the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development is launching new annual school development surveys to replace previous school development and school climate surveys. The new surveys were designed and tested for reliability and validity by Panorama Education and researchers at Harvard’s Graduate School of Education, and are currently being used by over 7,000 schools in 15+ countries. The Department piloted the surveys using online survey administration in five schools in Fall 2016, and the feedback from the pilot was used to make adjustments to the survey instruments.

The results of the Family Survey will help schools better understand the perceptions of the parents/ guardians in their school community. Together with feedback from students and staff, the survey data will help schools to identify strengths and areas for growth as they engage in school development.
The survey is anonymous, which means that we cannot connect your survey responses to you. We encourage everyone to participate so that we have the most accurate representation of family perceptions at your school.

Please complete the Family Survey by Tuesday, May 16th, 2017 by clicking on the following link:

If you do not have internet access, you may contact your school to arrange access to a school computer or mobile device for survey completion.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding the new school development surveys, please contact:

Jennifer Smith at 709-729-5588 or or
Patricia Emberley at 709-729-6850 or

Thank you for your participation and for being a valued member of your school community.


Ron Smith
Director, Evaluation and Research Division

Europe 2018 – Germany, Austria and Switzerland

We are holding an information session for a planned school trip to Germany, Austria and Switzerland for Easter 2018. The session will take place Tuesday, May 2 at 7:00pm at the school. Interested students and parents are encouraged to attend. Please email Ms Joanne Connors ( if you have any questions.

Parent Information Session: Monday, May 1st, 6:00 – 8:00pm

May 1st to May 5th is Mental Health Awareness week. As part of the various activities we have planned throughout the week we will be offering a session for parents. The Janeway Mental Health & Addictions Program parent information session: Anxiety in Teenagers: What it looks like and what you can do to help, will take place via Skype on Monday, May 1st, 6:00 – 8:00pm at Queen Elizabeth Regional High School. All parents are welcome to attend. The session will take place in the cafeteria. Hope to see you there.

Army Reserve Opportunity

The Army Reserve is holding an Open House this coming Saturday (April 29th) from 9:00 – 4:00 at the Surgeon-Lieutenant Commander Paddon building at 115 The Boulevard in Pleasantville, next to Quidi Vidi Lake. The Army Reserve is actively recruiting students for summer employment opportunities and recruiters will be on hand to explain the 12 army trades available for ages 16 and up. Please drop by to see what adventure lies ahead in your future.

Public Exam Prep Classes 2017

NLESD will be offering a 6 week Public Exam Preparation Program from May 1, to June 7, 2017. This program will be offered twice a week, with classes on Monday and Wednesday evenings 7:00 to 10:00 pm at Gonzaga High School, Smithville Crescent, St. John’s. For this session we will be offering classes for Math 3200, Math 3201, and Physics 3204. Click here to view or download the Information sheet and registration form.