The students and staff at GSS had the honour of welcoming Mrs. Judith Rosenberg who is a Holocaust survivor. Mrs. Rosenberg spoke courageously with the students about her experiences during this very disturbing period. Mrs. Rosenberg encouraged the students to keep the memory of the past alive to prevent atrocities of the Holocaust from happening again. The students were very open to hearing her story. Thank you very much Mrs. Rosenberg for sharing your story with us.
Miss Trudeau’s Cycle 3 students hosted the Socktober event at Harold Sheppard School. They are proud to announce that 280 pairs of adult socks and 100 pairs of children's socks were collected. The socks were donated to La Porte du Passant, a local non-profit organization, who will redistribute the socks to the homeless and to individuals in need. Socks are in high demand for the homeless in winter, but they’re one of the least commonly donated items. La Porte du Passant was amazed with our large donation!
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.
Riverside Television Watch Riverside Television's Round Tables, Riverside's Got Talent and Riverside School Events!
LCEEQ 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.
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!
We Are Riverside Promotional video of Riverside School Board. See what makes us great!
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!