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St. Mary's Elementary School

 

A delegation of more than 40 elected officials and business leaders from more than 60 countries, hailing from the political, humanitarian, community and institutional realms, visited St. Mary’s Elementary School as part of their five-day event during the Global Child Nutrition Forum - Montreal 2017, where Breakfast Club of Canada served as the host organization.

At St. Mary’s Elementary, the guests had breakfast with students and later had the pleasure to hear Grade 5-6 students’ sing. It was a wonderful and powerful visit.

 

 

St. Jude School

 

At St. Jude School, students also shared breakfast and gave the delegates a glimpse of the program. A lovely and impressive morning. Official start date for Breakfast Club in schools is Monday, September 25.

 


Back to School

 

First day of school is August 31st!

 


Vernissage St. Mary's

 

It is with pride that we now unveil to the general public the videos prepared by St. Mary’s Grade 6 Immersion students. This result is the end of a long ten-month process that has led the students to discover such concepts as flexibility, optimism, resilience, perseverance and empathy. Expressed through poetry, these concepts have made it possible to explore the theme of identity as the basic unit of the community bond that unites them. It was with great joy that the school received the entire St. Mary’s community and beyond to a “Vernissage” of photographs representing all the actors of their beautiful community. Everyone’s energy has increased their sense of belonging to their beautiful school.
Thank you all for this great achievement. Congratulations to the students and to the dozens of people who let themselves be photographed in order to capture one of life’s moments, an instance of their daily life. We are privileged witnesses of beautiful vivacity.

 

 

 

International Students

Hasta la vista to our Colombian friends!

 

 

 

Centennial Regional High School

Congratulations to Patricia Morrissette and Amber Coones who received two recognition awards for the Development of Reading competencies and the Provincial Reading Award. Their project focused on Mental Health and it was recognized for how well it addressed a very sensitive issue.

 


C.I.T. Camp LipDub

 

The Chambly Academy Cougars in Training produced their first LipDub this year. Annie Beauregard, Spiritual and Community Life Animator, initiated the idea. The C.I.T. participants were enthusiastic and more than happy to create their own video production. Enjoy watching!

 

 


Highest Graduation Rate in Quebec

 

Riverside School Board has the highest graduation rate in Quebec!

 

 




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