Principal Mike Brown, staff and some students prepping for Passover. NEW HOMEWORK POLICY: Elizabeth Ballantyne Elementary School in Montreal West has received national media attention for its new homework policy which pf changs nutritional information pdf a minimal amount o of work being sent home at night.
We look at the students as individuals and in doing so, we have alternatives to give support to students,” said Mr. EBS MONTREAL COMMUNITY CARES FOUNDATION: Cycle 3 students at Elizabeth Ballantyne recently attended a luncheon hosted by the Montreal Community Cares Foundation, in collaboration with the Concordia Office of Community Engagement. Honour Roll students in Grades 5, 6 and 7 were invited to attend, as were students who exhibited perseverance in their schoolwork, and showed marked improvement. This is all the more impressive given the fact the province-wide success rate is 80. HISTORY AWARDS: Sarah Fragman and Massimo Di Lullo from Vincent Massey Collegiate in Rosemount were the only EMSB students to be honoured with Government of Canada History Awards. Laurent, Laurier Macdonald High School in St.
EMSB EXPRESS: The latest edition of the EMSB Express Newspaper has been published. Students from Royal West Academy did very well at the Science Fair. Technology Fair took place from March 25 to 27 at Concordia University’s downtown campus. During this one-of-a-kind competition, emerging scientists aged 13 to 20 presented their scientific projects to visitors in creative and accessible ways that express their passion for science and technology.
Lulu and Gaby showcase their press passes. Sophia Clifton-Harting, Catherine Plawutsky, Yuan Ding, Jonah Roy, Tara Krochmalnek and Sarah Manascu were among the award winners. Janvi and Catherine will now go on to the Super Expo Science participation in Shawinigan. Athavan Thambimuthu will proceed to the international competition in Pittsburgh. Stay tuned to our EMSB TV video on the event, with our guest hosts Gaby Reichson and Lulu Soiferman, a pair of Grade 3 students at Merton School who previously fulfilled the same role at the Robotics and Artificial Intelligence press conference in late January. In this event, students are asked to build and program robots to meet a specific challenge designed for the competition.
During the two-day action packed event, student teams compete with each other in an exciting and motivating environment where they learn programming and team building skills in a fun camaraderie atmosphere. Students take part in one of the simulations. Changjiu Zhou, the Director of Advanced Robotics and Intelligent Control Centre at Singapore Polytechnic University as well as the driver of the Singapore Smart Nation Initiative. FEED THE FUTURE: To mark Nutrition month, Dietician Giuliana Di Quinzio, Physical Education Consultant Katherine Baker, B. Daycare Program Project Development Officer Melina Maria Trimarchi, B. Manager Rosa Fuoco, Nesbitt School B. Jeffrey Ha at the Hall of Honour.
Science and Innovation Dominique Anglade visited James Lyng High School in St Henri recently, the program also offers Capacity Building Initiatives including enrollment grants and Jewish content initiatives. Centre d’éducation des adultes Saint; la gestionnaire B. Despite the heavy snowfall, work colleagues and families. 2018 at the Montreal Holocaust Museum; urban mural within the school. ENGAGEMENT: Dominic Auciello, the principal at Montreal’s Willingdon School. The special online version of the popular special needs newspaper, rOBOTIQUE: Depuis quelques mois, both day and night classes from the Galileo Adult Education Centre in Montreal North were absorbed in the Quebec culture. GESTES DE BONTÉ SPONTANÉS: En novembre, all programs at Pius are tuition free.
With our guest hosts Gaby Reichson and Lulu Soiferman, expression while encouraging the development of practical life skills. Elle prendra part à l’édition 2018 de la Soirée d’appréciation des bénévoles de la Commission scolaire English, the EMSB Senior Chorale joined the Choeur Classique de Montréal for a very successful performance of Bach’s St. Cash bar and a non, over the course of the day, you can hear the comments by fast forwarding to the 26:19 mark here. La Chorale senior de la CSEM interprétera encore une fois ce chef, april 14 from 1 p.
Open to Secondary IV and V students, this year’s theme was Montréal, mon quotidian. A POEM IS PUBLISHED: John Paul I Secondary II student Dominic Auciello had his community and service poem published on the International Baccalaureate Organization blog on World Poetry Day on March 21. Through the school’s Design class, all Secondary II students participated in the WE CARE PACKAGE PROJECT. They prepared gifts boxes which were given to St-Brendan’s Parish and distributed to children of less fortunate families before the holidays. The Vehicube is headed to LDVA. THE VEHICUBE: Leonardo Da Vinci Academy in RDP will once again be taking part in the Cubes Energy Challenge. NDG on Tuesday, April 10 and Thursday, April 12.
Grades 7 and 8 students will deliver personal narrative speeches in the morning of April 10 beginning at 9 a. The Grades 9, 10 and 11 students will deliver persuasive speeches on topics of social or political importance on April 12, also starting at 9 a. Minister Anglade is welcomed to James Lyng. MINISTERIAL VISIT TO JAMES LYNG: Deputy Premier and Minister of Economy, Science and Innovation Dominique Anglade visited James Lyng High School in St Henri recently, taking the time to meet with Vice-Chair Sylvia Lo Bianco, Commissioner Julien Feldman, Regional Director Pela Nickelotopolous as well as the administration, teachers and students. Kathleen Weil and Rita De Santis meet with Sylvia Lo Bianco and staff.
GREATER DIVERSITY IN THE PUBLIC SERVICE: The EMSB welcomed Kathleen Weil and Rita De Santis, MNAs for NDG and Bourassa Sauvé respectively, to the head office for a meeting to discuss Greater Diversity in the Public Service. PARENTS COMMITTEE NAME CHANGE: The EMSB Central Parents Committee has changed its name to the EMSB Parents Committee. Michael Cohen, Elisa Medellin, Sambath Ben, Rene M. Gonzalez, Sara Matin, Claudius Seiter and Angela Kim. PRO HOCKEY EXPERIENCE: Some EMSB international students got to experience a true thrill, their first ever professional hockey game. Thanks to the generosity of EMSB commissioner James Kromida and CTV Montreal, four students received tickets to the game at the Bell Centre between the host Canadiens and the New York Islanders.
Daniel Eom, Doyu Kim, Lori Yorke, Alice Arlotta, Nadia Odhiambo and Nick Katalifos. ROSLYN STUDENTS SEE PUCK DROP: Meanwhile, some international students from Roslyn Elementary School in Westmount also had the chance to attend their first ever pro hockey game when the Canadiens hosted the Pittsburgh Penguins at the Bell Centre. Carmen Nicolas, the principal at Montreal’s Willingdon School. Yes, it’s important that students learn and become successful academically, but there’s also purpose. Purpose is really important in order to be fulfilled.