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WE Day in Ottawa

 

WE Day is an unparalleled celebration of young people committed to making a difference. WE Schools is the yearlong program that nurtures compassion in young people and gives them the tools to create change in their local and global communities. Together they offer people the tools and inspiration to take social action, empower others and transform lives – including their own. Good Shepherd & St. Jude students took part of the movement in Ottawa.  

Good Shepherd School

 

St. Jude School

 

 

Congratulations Caren! - ACCESS Center

Congratulations to Caren Mellow, nurse & teacher at Access Adult Education and Career Training Centre, CAMH Difference Makers national receipient. Out of the 3700 nominations, Caren was recognized as one of the 150 Leading Canadians for Mental Health. Congratulations Caren!

               

  

 


Socktober

 

St. Lawrence School is proud to announce its efforts that resulted in 861 donated pairs of adult socks for the community organization Dans la rue. St Lawrence CLC would like to thank Ms. Glenna Johnstone for bringing the Socktober initiative to its school. Also, thank you to the class of Ms. Melissa Moriello for managing the collection of donated socks and to the two Grade 5 students from the class of Mme Martine Allaire for making reminder morning announcements. Finally, a big thank you to everyone who was so generous with this project.


Homework

 

A short video from St. Mary’s School to highlight the importance of taking time to do your homework and to study. Congratulations to this week's actors!

 

 

 

        

 

Invitation to Parents

At its June 19, 2017 meeting, the Council of Commissioners adopted, for consultation purposes, the Policy on Language Development and Delivery Model. The consultation period is from August 21, 2017, at 9:00 a.m. until December 15, 2017, at 4:30 p.m. You may send your comments to the undersigned either by email at jmcLaren@rsb.qc.ca or by regular mail.

 

 


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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