Have a Great Summer!


It is hard to believe the school year is already over and that the Summer Holiday Season is upon us once again. We would like to thank you for all for your contribution to making Riverside such a thriving and caring community. May this be a restful time for you as well as filled with happy memories while taking a trip or just by savouring simple pleasures. Most importantly, we wish you and your family enjoyment and shared laughter.
Have a wonderful and safe summer!

The Council of Commissioners


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.


John Adam Memorial School


Together we make a difference!
Grade 6 students at John Adam Memorial work on an awesome unifying art project! Under the supervision of Mrs. Jarvo, students took pictures of people doing things together (based on the theme) in their school, to later develop the pictures and make a beautiful photomontage mounted on a wooden plate. The artwork is now finished for all to see and admire. Congratulations to the young artists!


William Latter School


As part of Canada’s 150th year celebrations, William Latter's Daycare students promoted our great country by drawing pictures on fabric of their ideas of what represents each province and territory and then created a giant quilt using these drawings.




St. Lawrence School


Education First!

The students of Mrs. Sandy's class had a visit from Riverside School Board Director General, Sylvain Racette, and from special guest, Member of Parliament of La Prairie and Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Agriculture and Agro-Food, Mr. Jean-Claude Poissant. They came to highlight the humanitarian efforts and congratulate them on the success of their efforts. Mr. Poissant gave each student a certificate of recognition to thank them for being role models for youth and for their community. Also present: Mr. Matthey, Principal of the school; Laurianne Lessard, parent volunteer; Michael Sitruk, CLC Coordinator.



St. Johns Athletes

Congratulations St. Johns' athetes for winning High School Team of the Year, Female Juvenile Student-Athlete of the year (Alicia Vanier) and Male Juvenile Student-Athlete of the year (Kevin Amyot) at the 28th RSEQ Gala d'excellence!


John Adam Memorial School


A worldwide kindness challenge has been ongoing at John Adam Memorial School in the Riverside School Board. All 299 students and 46 staff members performed an act of kindness, documented it in a booklet and forwarded it for someone else to perform a kind act. Upon return of a student's booklet, Mrs. Kim Jarvo meets with him/her, discusses the kindness and plots the locations on a map for all to see.



International Students

Welcome to Riverside! Colombian students arrived on May 14, 2017 and are staying with us for four weeks at Royal Charles, Cedar Street and Greenfield Park International Primary Schools. We have very welcoming families!


The Lion King


Congratulations to the young Harold Napper School artists for their outstanding performance in the musical, The Lion King, presented at Centennial Regional High School on April 12-13.



Martine Ouellet visits Royal Charles School

Martine Ouellet, Member of Parliament for Vachon, visited the Grade 6 class at Royal Charles School to raise awareness among students about a vital and irreplaceable natural resource, water. As part of her partnership with Ciel et Terre, Ms. Ouellet presented an interesting and compelling set of facts, news and explanations on water sources, environmental impacts and water protection. Thank you!



Centennial Regional High School's Day of Silence

The Gay-Straight Alliance at CRHS spread the word about how LGBTQ people around the world are silenced and mistreated. Students made vows of silence and bought rainbow bracelets to show their support.



Annie The Musical at William Latter School


The musical Annie was a huge success at William Latter School last Friday night! Under the direction of the cycle 3 teachers Ms Kozub, Ms Kim and Ms Daisy, the students performed like professionals! Annie, Ms Hannigan, and the rest of the actors’ crew entertained the audience, and made everyone proud of the great talents at William Latter School! The choir, led by our music teacher Ms Diana, sang beautifully, adding the special touch to an already well presented show! Congratulations to all!



Sugar Shack at Greenfield Park Primary International School

On March 23rd, Greenfield Park International School hosted a Sugar Shack event in its own school yard. Students enjoyed eating maple taffy and riding calèches. This event allowed them to embrace a Quebec tradition.




IB Personnal Project Fair at Saint-Lambert International High School

Year 5 students proudly presented, on March 22nd, their Personal Projects for the 2016-2017 school year. The Personal Project Fair showcased and celebrated the students’ understanding of the IB Middle Years program with a focused goal on the six Global Contexts. These projects reflected the students’ learning, skills, interests and passions. The Fair was a great success! Congratulations!



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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