Public Speaking Contest Finals


Congratulations to Justin Lee (Centennial Regional High School) and Meaghan Bossi (Chambly Academy) for their participation in the Rotary Club Annual Public Speaking Contest at the St. James Club in Montreal on May 15th . As usual, our students excelled with Meaghan taking second place. Bravo! On picture, from left to right: Steven Carroll (VP CRHS), Kylie Joyce (teacher CRHS), Justin Lee (student CRHS), Meaghan Bossi (student CA), Kristen Witczak (teacher CA), Mario Guilione (VP CA).


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ACCESS - New Program
Please find information regarding our new Vocational Program, Stationary Engine Mechanics that is being offered in September. Riverside is the only School Board authorized to offer the program in English in the province.

Inspirations News - Spring/Summer 2015
Read the new Inspirations News - Spring/Summer 2015 Edition! Don't miss the article on Adam's PACE by Marina Bresba on page 18!

LEARN Quebec May 2015 Newsletter
Check out what's happening at LEARN this month!

Budget Cuts have an Impact on Staff at Riverside School Board
Important press release from Dan Lamoureux, Chairman, on behalf of the Riverside School Board Council of Commissioners.

Important Press Release regarding Harold Napper School from the Chairman, Director General and Communication Committee.

Good Shepherd Grizzlies
Good Shepherd School has finally created a sports team logo and name to represent our school at athletic events. As of the end of March 2015 we will be known as the “Good Shepherd Grizzlies”. To mark this event, we have displayed a huge banner in our gym, purchased team jerseys and wrote a “Grizzlies Cheer”. Under armor T-shirts displaying our team name and logo were sold to Good Shepherd families. We are dedicated to promoting excellence in all areas of physical fitness, health and sportsmanship. We are very proud of our progress and representation in the community.

FREE Online Tutoring with REAL Teachers. Registration opens March 23!

School Library Online
Your child's library is reaching out to your home. Many resources are available through your school library's website.

Letter addressed to the Members of the National Assembly of Québec
Letter addressed to the Members of the National Assembly of Québec regarding Riverside School Board and Proposed Mergers. To see a copy of the resolution adopted at the meeting of the Council of Commissioners of Riverside School Board, click here.

What is measles?
Please see information from the Public Health Agency of Canada on Measles.

Success in School
The Québec Longitudinal Study of Child Development (QLSCD), also known as “I am, I’ll be,” is being conducted by the Institut de la statistique du Québec in collaboration with a number of partners. The main goal of the survey is to identify the factors, which observed in early childhood, contribute to social adjustment and academic success among Québec children.

Host Family for an International Student
Riverside School Board is looking for English speaking host families who will provide a welcoming home for an international student wanting to study in the Montéregie area.

A Diploma within Reach with RAC
What is the RAC? The recognition of acquired competencies (RAC) in vocational and technical training is a process that allows adults to be evaluated and obtain official recognition for competencies acquired on the job or through real-life experience in relation to a program of study.

Riverside Television
Watch Riverside Television's Round Tables, Riverside's Got Talent and Riverside School Events!

Information about Head Lice
Head lice have been around for a long time and they are not about to disappear any time soon. Each year in all regions of Quebec, tens of thousands of small hands start furiously scratching the backs of heads and ears. That is one sign that the incessant war against head lice has started up again. We must be prepared since an organized battle is still the best strategy!

Concussions: Facts & Recommendations
See brochure for important information regarding concussions.

The Leadership Committee for English Education in Québec – LCEEQ is a collaborative professional learning community established for the purpose of promoting educational leadership in response to the needs of the English educational community of Québec.

Riverside against Bullying
Schools of the Riverside School Board take a stand against bullying of all sorts.

The History of French Immersion
Did you know that Riverside School Board is the birth place of the French Immersion program we see today in most English schools? HRTV has produced this video outlining the history and evolution of this successful program. Have a look!

In The News
See Riverside School Board media coverage.

We Are Riverside
Promotional video of Riverside School Board. See what makes us great!

Keeping Boys in School
See the Ministère de l'éducation, du loisir et du sport's new website to convince boys to stay in school.