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St. Mary's School

 

St. Mary's STEAM MUSEUM event was a huge success! Wow! It was an incredible experience to see the school transformed with displays of students' work everywhere we looked: walls, doors, ceiling, on tables, on floors, on shelves ... so much talent at St. Mary's! Congratulations to the organizers and artists who worked all year to make the museum a successful school event! What a thrill! Parents, friends, school administrators, teachers, professionals were in awe of the students' amazing work! Bravo!

 

           

 

 

Saint-Lambert International High School

Congratulations to the amazing artists at Saint-Lambert International! Student work from Secondary I to V was displayed on walls and tables throughout the school and Secondary V student work was featured in the cafeteria. Parents, friends, commissioner and administrators were present at the vernissage. Inspiring evening!!!! Bravo to the students and to the art teachers / organizers! (Heather Hancheruk, Kristen Buzzell & Isabelle Plante). True Creative Spirit at Saint Lambert International High School!

 

 

 

William Latter School

On May 15, 2019, some of the William Latter Daycare students went to Ottawa to view the “Quilted Map of Canada” that they made during the 2016/17 school year in celebration of Canada’s 150th. With the support of MP Michel Picard and his staff who believed that the students’ work should merit a viewing at our nation’s capital made it happen. Furthermore, MP Picard was able to arrange for the students to attend “Question Period” so that they could see our government in action among other enjoyable activities such as a walking tour with a brief history of parliament. We wish to express our sincere gratitude to MP Picard and staff for the awesome experience.


William Latter School

 

On May 9, William Latter students, staff and parent volunteers hosted a Mud Race in the schoolyard to encourage physical activity and outdoor learning. A great time was had by all!!!!

 

 

 

Cedar Street School

Congratulations to Sasha Biard, 4/5 class student, who has won the reading aloud Contest "Read with Me!” (Lis avec moi!) at Riverside School Board!

 

 

 

Good Shepherd School

The masks were designed by students in a lunch hour Art Club.

 

               


Public Speaking Contest - Finals

 

Congratulations to Roberto Navarro, International student, who won First Place at the Public Speaking Contest Finals held at the Rotary Club of Montreal, and a bursary of 750$! Also congratulations to Shannon Delage who won Third Place and a 200$ bursary! Both students attend Heritage Regional High School. Bravo!

 

              

 

 

 

 

Cedar Street School

 

Students from grades 5 and 6 all participated in Cedar Street's first annual science fair lead by our teachers in cycle 3, Ashley Green, Karina Maiorano and Amy Darrell. Students worked so hard and presented their science fair projects to their school and community. Students from all cycles came to listen to these wonderful scientists and voted on their favourite project. Way to go!

 


Public Speaking Contest

 

Congratulations to the High School participants; job well done! Riverside School Board Public Speaking Semi-Finals took place at the administrative offices on April 23, 2019, and was a resounding success!  Students presented interesting speeches and the competition was really engaging. Congratulations to Roberto Navarro, an international student from Mexico who is currently attending HRHS, and Shannon Delage from HRHS. First and second place students will participate in the Finals on May 10, 2019, at the Rotary Club of Montreal.

 

 

 

John Adam Memorial School

Gladys Legault, John Adam Memorial School secretary, makes the front page of the newspaper le Reflet!

         

 

 

My community, My place, My life

 

Community, Carreer and Resourse FAIR for Students with Special Needs
Thursday, May 9, 2019 from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at ACCESS Royal Oak

 

 

Greenfield Park Primary International School


Fundraiser Evening Thursday, May 9, 2019, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

 

 

 


Courtland Park International School

 

Hannah Ellis and Amélia Fortier, Grade 5 students of Ms. Mélanie and Miss Christina at Courtland Park International School, are among the winners of the "Little Inventors for Space" competition organized by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) in collaboration with the Canadian Space Agency (CSA). The challenge was to think of an ingenious idea that could turn into an invention designed to make life in space easier and more fun. Their invention, the Magneton, was selected and manufactured. The prototype will be on display at the NSERC Space Challenge exhibition at the Canada-Wide Science Fair (CWSF) in Fredericton, New Brunswick in May. The Magneton allows astronauts in the International Space Station to keep themselves busy by working on a puzzle during their free time without losing any pieces. Good job girls! What a beautiful invention!

 


Summer School

 

It's time to register! Classes will be held at Centennial Regional High School starting July 2nd.

 St. Jude School

The St Jude CLC is proud to share the good news! The St. Jude student-made artwork has been put on display at the Greenfield Park Library! Parents, students and community members are invited to visit the library to see the wonderful displays and support this community-based initiative. A special thank you to Mme. Diane Gendron, art teacher, for inspiring our students in creating these wonderful works of art.

 

 

 

Good Shepherd School

The basil plants are growing in Mrs. Nagy's Grade 3 class at Good Shepherd. We take turns watering them every day and study their life cycle in Science Class and during Soundprints time. Miss Holly's Tech Tools class is excited to create digital and paper posters to promote the basil sale, while Mr. Tim's class will help with the organization and management of the fundraiser. More info to come.

 

         


Graduation Rate

 

We are very proud that Riverside ranked third (3rd) among the 72 French and English school boards in the province of Quebec with a graduation rate of 88.3%.

 

 

Good Shepherd School

Wednesday, March 27th, Good Shepherd School celebrated it’s 2nd Annual Multicultural Fair. Cultural presentations, Class projects and delicious food samples were shared with the community!

 


4-Year-Old Junior Kindergarten

 

It's time to register your child! Riverside school Board is happy to offer two (2) new classes of 4-Year-Old Junior Kindergarten for the 2019-2020 school-year. Call the school secretary for details or to register your child.

 

 

 

 

Pink Shirt Day

Boucherville Elementary School officially took a stand against bullying on Pink Shirt Day. Isn’t life better surrounded by kindness anyway?

 

 

 

 Black History Month

Students at Good Shepherd School learn about African drumming (Djembe) during Black History Month.

 

 

 

 

St. Lambert Elementary School

The grade 2/3 students in Ms. Cleland's class at St. Lambert Elementary tackled two winter themed art projects. They used oil pastels and chalk pastels for their 'Cardinals in Birch Trees'. Later, we studied light and shadow while creating our 'Snowmen in Moonlight'.

 

         


St. Jude School

 

Congratulations to Cameron who raised money (with the help of his mother) to buy an industrial toaster for his school so he could help feed the students who do not have the chance to have breakfast in the morning. Cameron, a kindergarten student at St-Jude School, also volunteers every morning for his school's Breakfast Club.

 

 

 

 

St. Lambert Elementary

The grade 2/3 students in Ms. Cleland's class at St. Lambert Elementary tackled two winter-themed art projects. They used oil pastels and chalk pastels for their "Cardinals in Birch Trees". Later, we studied light and shadow while creating our "Snowmen in Moonlight". Enjoy!

 

         

 

 

Good Shepherd School

100th day of school dress up activity at Good Shepherd School!


 


Remembrance Day at St. Johns

 

Beautiful Remembrance Day ceremony at St. Johns’ School on November 7, 2018. Cadets, special guests and St. Johns Choir (Elementary & High School students) gathered to stand in honour of all who have fallen. Keeping up with tradition, the platform party and Secondary 5 students placed their poppies at the wreath.

 

 

Heritage Regional High School

Congratulations Heritage Regional High School Academic Award recipients! Good job! Bravo!

 

 

 

Good Shepherd School

Good Shepherd and Heritage Regional High students’ @ WE Day!

 

 


A Learning Garden at Good Shepherd School

 

"It always tastes better when you grow it yourself!" This academic year, Ms. Clarissa's Kindergarten class at Good Shepherd School planted different vegetables with the help from Urban Seedling. Student farmers planted bok choy, lettuce and radishes in their Learning Garden. They planted the seeds in a row and harvested. For one whole month, they watched it grow and waited with excitement. Until it was, time to eat, oh boy what a treat! Students were proud to see what could be accomplished with just one seed!

 

 

 

Greenfield Park Primary International School

Woody Baron came to visit Greenfield Park Primary International School to read his story, #JustaGobbbler! Woody is a Defensive Tackle with the Montreal Alouettes and a Children's Author. He is passionate about seeing children reach their full potential. GPI was very fortunate to have had Woody Baron share his story about confidence as well as how we are not #JustaGobbler.

 

 

 

Socktober at St. Lawrence School

St. Lawrence CLC and the entire school community donated 912 pairs of socks this year to Dans la Rue organization in Montreal. “Socktober” is an annual sock drive with the goal of keeping Montreal’s homeless youth warm.

 


Boucherville Elementary School

 

It's on October 16, 2018, that Boucherville Elementary School launched its first outdoor classroom! Congratulations!

 

 

 

 

St. Jude School

On Sunday, October 21st the St. Jude community came together to enrich our school's future. Parents, students, staff, friends, and St. Jude School alumni were joined by Robert Myles and Peter Doonan, Councillors from the Greenfield Park borough, to help dig, plant and water ten new trees in our schoolyard. The beautiful trees were generously donated to the school by the borough of Greenfield Park to help replace our beloved ash trees that were cut down due to the emerald ash borer beetle. In a few hours filled with laughter and cooperation, we all came together as a community to help nourish our school's future so we can watch it grow and flourish for years to come!

 

 

 

Centennial Regional High School

Congratulations Centennial Regional High School Academic Award recipients! Good job! Bravo! 

 

 


Good Shepherd School

 

A special thanks to Iris King, Brossard artist and friend of Good Shepherd, for designing and creating an inspirational wall art quote for our students.

 

 

 

Centennial Regional High School

CRHS Secondary 5 students and staff enjoying an overnight trip and a hike at Mount St. Hilaire.

 


Congratulations!

 

Congratulations to Colette Authier, Boucherville Elementary teacher, for her Educator-of-the-Year Nomination from MENSA Canada!

 

           

 




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