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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!

               

  

 




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Policy on Language Development and Delivery Model
At its June 19, 2017 meeting, the Council of Commissioners adopted, for consultation purposes, the Policy on Language Development and Delivery Model. Please take note that 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 at John McLaren, Secretary General, Riverside School Board 7525, chemin de Chambly Saint-Hubert (QC) J3Y 0N7

LEARN
Free online tutoring with REAL teachers. Elementary and Secondary. www.learnquebec.ca

Information Guide
Information Guide for Parents on School Violence and Bullying

LEARN Quebec June 2016 Newsletter
Check out what's happening at LEARN this month!

Inspirations News
Inspirations News latest Edition is now available online.

Riverside against Bullying
Schools of the Riverside School Board take a stand against bullying of all sorts.

What is measles?
Please see information from the Public Health Agency of Canada on Measles.

Success in School
The Québec Longitudinal Study of Child Development (QLSCD), also known as “I am, I’ll be,” is being conducted by the Institut de la statistique du Québec in collaboration with a number of partners. The main goal of the survey is to identify the factors, which observed in early childhood, contribute to social adjustment and academic success among Québec children.

Host Family for an International Student
Riverside School Board is looking for English speaking host families who will provide a welcoming home for an international student wanting to study in the Montéregie area.

Riverside Television
Watch Riverside Television's Round Tables, Riverside's Got Talent and Riverside School Events!

The Great Canadian Experiment that Worked: L’immersion française dans nos écoles
Read the article on LEARN Québec! Collaboration spéciale de Marla Williams, Coordonnatrice CPF – Québec

LCEEQ
The Leadership Committee for English Education in Québec – LCEEQ is a collaborative professional learning community established for the purpose of promoting educational leadership in response to the needs of the English educational community of Québec.

Information about Head Lice
Head lice have been around for a long time and they are not about to disappear any time soon. Each year in all regions of Quebec, tens of thousands of small hands start furiously scratching the backs of heads and ears. That is one sign that the incessant war against head lice has started up again. We must be prepared since an organized battle is still the best strategy!

We Are Riverside
Promotional video of Riverside School Board. See what makes us great!

The History of French Immersion
Did you know that Riverside School Board is the birth place of the French Immersion program we see today in most English schools? HRTV has produced this video outlining the history and evolution of this successful program. Have a look!




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