LEARN’s Provincial Resource Team (PRT) is the backbone organization that supports the Community Learning Centres (CLC) Initiative. There are 85 CLC schools and centres in all the Anglophone school boards across the province. The PRT offers professional training and development opportunities to administrators and educators (teachers, support staff), as well as training and networking opportunities for Community Development Agents.
One of the most popular segments of our training days is when school teams share success stories and best practices with their peers. By popular request, the PRT
What does that look like in schools and communities within the CLC network? Click on "show list" below to find out!
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Latest CLCmagic Stories from the Community Schools Network
JAMES LYNG STUDENTS SCOUR THE 'HOODS FOR STORIES OF THE SOUTH WEST
Maya Angelou's message has gotten through to a group of students at James Lyng. They have spent the last few months scouring the neighbourhoods of St-Henri, Pointe-St-Charles, Little Burgundy, Ville-Emard and Verdun and collecting stories from residents.
The Club Zone Lachine is the evolution of the youth community centre, a place for today’s children and teens to engage their bodies, minds and spirits. From 3:30 pm to 8 pm daily, adolescents are given a chance to socialize and enjoy a vast array of activities in a couple of classrooms of Lakeside Academy.
LAVAL NEWS: "COMMUNITY LEARNING CENTRE MAKING AN IMPACT, NPI PARTNERS TOLD"
During Agape NPI Partners’ meeting Oct. 17 in the Cité de Santé auditorium, Katrina Driver, a development agent at the Community Learning Centre at Laval Senior Academy, gave a presentation on how the CLC is supporting student success while contributing to the vitality of English-speaking communities.
CARREFOUR JEUNESSE-EMPLOI DE FRONTENAC
Les étudiantes de 5e secondaire faisant partie du comité étudiants de l'école anglaise AS Johnson High School ont tout récemment déposé un projet de bénévolat au Carrefour jeunesse-emploi de Frontenac.
"TEACHING SCIENCE IN HOMEWORK ZONE" PILOT PROJECT AT LOCAL SCHOOLS
These workshops, presented to elementary school students in an after-school setting, have the goal of showing science-based materials in an engaging and accessible fashion.
SPOTLIGHT ON OUTSTANDING CLC SCHOOL PRINCIPAL
We are proud to announce that Beryl Boyle, Principal at Gaspé Elementary and Belle Anse Elementary Schools of the Eastern Shores School Board in Gaspé, Quebec, has been named one of Quebec’s Outstanding Principals for 2018.