Valentines Day Dance, Fraud Awareness and Reading Activities! (Chateauguay Valley CLC) – March 2017

Chateauguay Valley CLC—News & Notes Howick Elementary School 100 Days of school! To celebrate the 100th day, all staff dressed up as different book characters and paraded around in the gymnasium for the whole school to see and enjoy! Reading time   One of the School’s very preciou
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Astronauts, Artists & Cheetahs (Chateauguay Valley CLC) – February 2017

Chateauguay Valley CLC—News & Notes Howick  Elementary Artists in the making! Students who have been attending the afterschool art class with local artist Alyson Champ put on a vernissage to show case their artwork. Families & community member came to see all the great work th
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Winter 2017 – CLC Brochures (Chateauguay & Valley & Valleyfield)

Chateauguay CLC – Winter 2017 Brochure – click here to download The Brochures will be sent home with your child or via email in the coming weeks (depending on the communication method of the school) @ Centennial Park, Harmony, Mary Gardner and St. Willibrord. For more information cont
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WE Day, target your future, need a shave and much more. (Chateauguay Valley CLC) – December

Chateauguay Valley CLC – news and notes Hemmingford Elementary Body works (November 23rd) A local chiropractor came to visit Cycle 3. He taught students about the relationship between the nervous system and the spine, as well as the importance of good posture. Students were thrilled b
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Perfect match “Seniors + Students”, CVR Open House and much more (Chateauguay Valley CLC) – November

Chateauguay Valley CLC – news and notes Ormstown Elementary A wonderful connection On Halloween day, students from Grade 2 visited Résidence Ormstown, a seniors’ residence located a few blocks from the school. Students sang a few songs, and were then paired up with a resident to
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Kiss a fish, Zucchini race? and much more… (Chateauguay Valley CLC) – October

1-2-3… GO! Run! Elementary Schools from across the valley came together at the Huntingdon Adult Education and Community Center (HAECC) for a run for grades 1, 2 and 3. The morning was perfect, filled with lots active bodies and loud cheering from everyone. A big thanks to the Me
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Who is Who?

Ms. Langevin’s Grade 8 English classes are studying the novel, ‘SPEAK’, the story of a young girl in trouble. Students were challenged to investigate their own local organizations that offer services in their communities. Two local organizations were found, CALACS and Residence Elle w
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