ALICE IN WONDERLAND LITERACY EVENT

Central Quebec School Board - Valcartier CLC

When offering services and activities to families, CLC schools will often conduct a needs assessment - a method of gathering data from the school community, to better tailor the interventions, partnerships, and programs that the school, and the community, can offer.

BATTERY MONSTERS AND KNITTING

English Montreal School Board - Gerald McShane CLC

At Gerald McShane we try to give our students the tools to negotiate and resolve everyday concerns all the while exposing them to diverse activities that will allow them to express themselves and discover the leader in themselves.

 

BUILDING A COMMUNITY OF GIVERS

Quebec Association of Independent Schools - Hebrew Academy CLC

It’s the weekend, and while most students are thrilled to have a little break from school, Hebrew Academy Grade 11 student Nathaniel Ouazana eagerly returns to the building every sabbath.

CODE CLUB

Riverside School Board - Richelieu Valley CLC

The Richelieu Valley CLC (RVCLC) created free ‘coding’ clubs in its schools for students in grades 4-6. These clubs complement the lego-robotics programs currently in place at both Cedar Street School and Mount Bruno Elementary School.

ENVIRONMENTALLY CONSCIOUS STUDENTS

Central Quebec School Board - La Tuque High School CLC

The elementary students at La Tuque High School entered the EcoKids Battery Busters: Waste Reduction Week Contest. 

GASPESIAN YOUTH DAY

Eastern Shores School Board - New Carlisle CLC

Organized by the New Carlisle Community Learning Centre and CASA, students from throughout the region were able to visit over 40 kiosks that presented a wide array of careers.

 

GAULT’S LIBRARY

New Frontiers School Board - Gault CLC

One of Gault's main goals is to act as a "hub" where students, families and community members value and participate in lifelong learning activities. 

GENEROSITY NOURISHES EVERYONE

Riverside School Board – Richelieu Valley CLC

The legion hall was filled with welcoming words and warm smiles as the visitors were greeted by the members of the Women’s Participation Group (WPG) that meets every Wednesday.

INDIGENOUS PEOPLES BLANKET EXERCISE & CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

Littoral School Board - Netagamiou CLC / Harrington CLC

In early 2016, CLC Community Development Agents (CDA) at Netagamiou CLC in Chevery and Harrington CLC mobilized their schools and communities to reach out to the neighbouring Innu community of Unamen Shipu to get to know more about their local history, culture, and traditions.

LIBRARY ON WHEELS

Eastern Shore School Board - Metis Beach CLC

Courtesy of a joint collaboration between one of our major partners, Heritage Lower Saint Lawrence, and the Réseau Biblio du Bas-St-Laurent, we are now bringing our students a Library-on-Wheels every 3-4 weeks. 

LOVE OF READING

Gaspe-Perce Tri-School CLC

Rebuilding three libraries at the three schools that make up the tri-school CLC in Gaspe-Perce, was a labour of love. A love of reading that is so important for academic achievement as well as the wellbeing of any child, student or adult. 

NEIGHBOURHOOD DAYCARE KIDS GO TO SCHOOL

Central Quebec School Board - Portneuf CLC

Once a month, children from 5 daycares come to Portneuf Elementary School for story time. The project, called “Lisons ensemble vers l’école” has two goals.

READING BUDDIES

Eastern Shores School Board - Gaspé Elementary School

After attending a CLC workshop, staff at Gaspé Elementary School (GES) learned that if children do not learn to read by grade 3 that they will likely fall behind academically, socially and economically in the future.

THE BLANKET EXERCISE

English Montreal School Board - Laurier MacDonald High School CLC

 

In collaboration with Solidarité Milton—Parc and KAIROS Canada, 430 secondary 3 and 4 students participated in this experiential learning activity, giving them valuable knowledge about the history of Canada’s Indigenous peoples.

THREE VOICE CHOIR

Eastern Shores School Board - Flemming Elementary CLC

In recent years, Community Learning Centre at Flemming Elementary school has been working to  making the school more accessible and inclusive to the community, and to expose students staff and community to different cultural activities.

WELCOME TO LMAC'S NEIGHBOURHOOD

English Montreal School Board - Laurier Macdonald CLC

Seizing on a meaningful opportunity to build community connections, M. Laplante challenged his students to get out of the classroom (and their comfort zone) and to go out into their community to find someone interesting that they would conduct an interview with and then write it out as an article that he could evaluate.

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