CLC Evaluation Reports 

CENTENNIAL CLC: EVALUATION REPORT

January-May 2014

Welcome to Centennial’s Community Learning Centre (CLC) Year 3 evaluation report! In these pages you will find highlights of an evaluation carried out between January-May of 2014. We looked at outcomes of key programs and how they relate to achieving our overall mission and mandate.

CHATEAUGUAY VALLEY CLC: EVALUATION REPORT

June 2014

Due to the successes of the St. Willibrord CLC and Huntingdon Adult Education & Career Centre CLC in their communities, the NFSB elected to open a CLC to support the rural valley schools and centres of Chateauguay.

GERALD MCSHANE CLC: EVALUATION REPORT

June 2014

In 2011, Gerald McShane was the 4th school in the English Montreal School Board to become a Community Learning Centre (CLC).

GROSSE-ILE SCHOOL CLC: EVALUATION REPORT

June 2014

The Grosse-Ile CLC was launched in September 2011, with the presence of an honourable guest, the Commissioner of Official Languages, Graham Fraser. Perhaps this privileged inauguration was a projection of the success the CLC initiative was to have in Grosse-Ile School and in the larger community, and how it was to become a community pillar.

JOLIETTE HIGH SCHOOL CLC: EVALUATION REPORT

2014

The Joliette High School Community Learning Centre (JHS-CLC) has implemented numerous projects and programs over the past three years to promote and encourage learning and development among students, parents, and community. Kim Murphy, the CLC coordinator, has seen progress among students as well as successful collaboration between the school and its community partners.

NEW CARLISLE CLC: EVALUATION REPORT

2014

Since its debut in 2011, when activities were limited to a twice weekly sports program for secondary students, the CLC and its partners have introduced 16 activities and clubs for students of all ages.

PARKDALE CLC: EVALUATION REPORT

2014

Welcome to the Parkdale CLC’s evaluation report, Creating A Stronger School & Community. In these pages you will find highlights of an evaluation process carried out between January-May of 2014. This process focused on looking at our progress to date as a Community Learning Centre committed to improving community, student and parent lifelong learning and well-being.

PIERRE ELLIOT TRUDEAU CLC: EVALUATION REPORT

July 2014

The greatest achievement of Pierre Elliot Trudeau Community Learning Centre (PET CLC) since its inception 3 years ago is that the students are building healthy relationships in a safe school environment. These are the winning combinations for student perseverance and engagement.

RICHMOND REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL CLC: EVALUATION REPORT

June 2014

The Richmond & Region CLC aims to create a welcoming space, a voice and a rallying point to reconnect the English community in this region. We are a learning community of all ages that is healthy, sustainable and dynamic, with an open culture of sharing and collaboration.

RIVERDALE HIGH SCHOOL CLC: EVALUATION REPORT

2014

The mission of the RHS CLC is to bring together and promote the capacity of local, sustainable partnerships with community based organizations already in existence. Consequently, this would create a closer more intimate connection between the school and the community in a complementary manner. 

RIVERVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CLC: EVALUATION REPORT

2014

The mission of the RHS CLC is to bring together and promote the capacity of local, sustainable partnerships with community based organizations already in existence. Consequently, this would create a closer more intimate connection between the school and the community in a complementary manner. 

SALABERRY-DE-VALLEYFIELD CLC: EVALUATION REPORT

June 2014

To help support English language education and community engagement as well as academic success, Gault Institute welcomed the arrival of a Community Learning Centre (CLC) in June 2011.