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Good Shepherd School

 

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.

 

 

 

Harold Sheppard School

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!

 

 


Academic Awards at St. Johns

 

On Wednesday, November 6, 2019, St. Johns School acknowledged the academic performance of its high school students
for the 2018-2019 school year. Congratulations to all!

 

 

 

John Adam Memorial & St. Lawrence and St. Jude CLC

St. Lawrence, John Adam Memorial and St. Jude Schools are proud to have raised more than 3,000 pairs of socks this year for the organization Dans la rue. The "Socktober" campaign was a great success thanks to the many participating partners, citizens, parents and of course our students. Thank you for your generosity!

 


Collaboration Forum

 

HRHS IB students meet 175 Pratt & Whitney leaders to discuss "Collaboration". Thank you for the memorable day!

 

 

 

Mount Bruno School

 

Mount Bruno School Daycare took part in celebrating BOKS Canada’s fifth year anniversary by entering in the “BOKStacle” contest and Won!

 

 

 

 

St. Mary's New Library

 

After several months of work, the team responsible for the transformation of the St. Mary's School Library is proud to finally open the door to the students!

 

 

 

 

 

Cedar Street School

 

Ms. Ashley’s class at Cedar Street School is using Student Vote Canada 2019; This learning resource is intended to improve civic literacy, introduce the concepts of governance and democracy, increase awareness about the workings of government in Canada, and teach students how to effectively participate as active and informed citizens in their community.

 

 

 

 

Courtland Park International School

 

Courtland Park International School was at Parc du Mont St-Bruno for an Orange Class to learn about the fauna with guides of SÉPAQ and then discovered the trails of the park with their classmates. This initiative allows staff, parents and students to build strong relationships early in the school year, and to educate the community about the benefits of the outdoors.

 

 

 


Walk for Climate Change

 

Students walked inside since it was pouring rain, last Thursday. All together, students of Courtland Park International School walked in hallways for climate justice.  

 

 

 

Courtland Park International School

Courtland Park International Students along with Bird Consultant, Sheldon Harvey, installed four bird feeders (squirrel-proof) along with support poles on the CPI grounds. Thank you to our young ornithologists!  

 

 

 

Warning

We have been informed that taxpayers have been phished by text messaging and email. The subject of the message mentioned "Taxation Scolaire Québec (TFP).

 

 

 

Mount Bruno School

Mr. Gagnon and his cross-country runners went to Mont St-Bruno Park Wednesday, September 25, for a competition of the S.S.I.A.A. Mr. Gagnon is very proud of his students and congratulates them for the efforts they made during preparation and during the competition!

A very beautiful & successful day!  

 


Courtland Park International School

 

Courtland Park International School has a brand new apple tree logo and we’re proud to say that we now have two apple trees on our front yard too: a "Cortland" and a Spartan. The “Fantastiques” planted two-apple trees that will grow and give us delicious "Cortland" apples every fall. We planted trees together to promote collaboration with the benefits of learning outdoors. Thank you to the Fantastiques students & teachers!

 

 

Open House

Parents, students, friends, neighbors! You are invited to discover our secondary schools! Meet teachers, students, administrators; visit the classes, the gym, the library; discover all the programs and services offered to students! Welcome to all!

 

 

 

Saint-Lambert International High School

Congratulations to all SLI students & staff who participated in the Terry Fox Run! Click on the link to watch the video!

 


Visit from the Minister of Education and Higher Education

 

It is with great pleasure that the community of REACH Queen received the visit of the Minister of Education and Higher Education, Mr. Jean-François Roberge, on Tuesday morning, September 10!

 

 

 

Open House

Parents, students, friends, neighbors! You are invited to discover our secondary schools! Meet teachers, students, administrators; visit the classes, the gym, the library; discover all the programs and services offered to students! Welcome to all!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




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