- First aid training
- After School Program (SÉP)
- The Greek program meeting
- Staff meeting by sector on all campuses
First Aid Training
The general first aid course, which is given every year, took place at the head office building.
This training covered first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and the use of an automated external defibrillator (AED).
Teachers from preschool to high school, bus drivers, lunchtime counselors, after-school educators, our entire school environment was represented.
The course also included a component on the management of severe allergic reactions (such as the administration of Epipen).
The training lasted a whole day. It was given in two languages (French and English) by Kelly Angel. She took the time to answer ALL questions with patience and kindness. Everything took place in a friendly atmosphere.
Many thanks, Mrs. Kelly!
The After School Program
At the SÉP, this day was enhanced by the magnificent creations of the students.
This day was marked by apple season on all campuses!
Several manual and culinary activities were thus organized. The students were able to make paper decorations in the shape of apples and baskets of apples.
They were also treated to a tasting of several types of apples to delight their palate.
In addition, for each pedagogical day, the daycare service remains open to welcome students and offers fun activities.
The Greek program meeting
- The question on the teaching of oral and written Greek
- Greek books and manuals
- The possible introduction and context of Ancient Greek in the curriculum
Staff meetings by cycle and sector
- Meeting of 1st cycle teachers, coordinated by Ms. Sophie Boucher
- Meeting of 2nd cycle teachers, coordinated by Ms. Lison Thibault
- Meeting of 3rd cycle teachers, coordinated by Mr. Christos Filandrianos
- Meeting of teachers from the English sector, coordinated by Ms. Mary Kanellopoulos
- Meeting of preschool teachers, coordinated by Ms. Geneviève Cloutier
- Meeting teachers of the physical education sector, coordinated by Mr. Chris Adamopoulos