On the 20th anniversary of Take Our Kids to Work™ Day, a young man from CQSB’s St. Patrick’s High School shadowed none other than the Education minister, Yves Bolduc, while a young woman from EMSB’s Royal West Academy learned what it’s like to be an executive at L’Oréal Canada.
Archive | November, 2014
TOKW Fast-forwards Students into the Future
Tags: CD, Community Engagement, CQSB, EMSB, Politics, POP, TOKW·
Keep Calm and Make Good Career Choices!
Next fall—from Elementary Cycle Three on—Québec schools will introduce 5 to 10 hours of compulsory GOAL content. To pave the way, 28 pilot schools are now sharing strategies for integrating this content naturally into the curriculum. Teachers at Cedar Street and Mary Gardner Schools explain why they chose to be involved.
Tags: Languages, NFSB, PD, RSB, Transitions·
GOAL Goes to the Dogs
As part of their curriculum, students in Riverdale High School’s CFER program operate an e-waste recycling business. In converting an old TV console into a funky new dog bed, they used competencies learned through art, entrepreneurship and their workshop to raise money for a local organization that helps canines in need.
Tags: Animals, Arts Ed, CD, Diversity, Entrepreneurship, LBPSB, Life Skills, OSentreprendre, Work Placements·
And Now Something for the Cat Lovers …
Acting on their own plan to help the stray cats in their neighbourhood, Grade 1 students at Verdun Elementary discovered that even very young children can make a big impact on their community.
Tags: Animals, Architecture, Arts Ed, CD, Entrepreneurship, Languages, LBPSB, OSentreprendre, PD·
These Walls Speak Volumes about Student Success
John F. Kennedy High School students in “Training for a Semiskilled Trade” have applied their talents and knowledge of the world of work to a project very close to their hearts: the beautification of their school.