The Directory includes information about projects, programs, organizations and tools on the theme of school-family-community partnership. Each initiative is summarized and presented as a factsheet. Its purpose: to inspire and guide stakeholders by giving them access to initiatives that get results. Currently there are nearly 70 factsheets in the directory. Three to five factsheets are added to the directory every year.

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Zigler Schools of the 21st Century

The Zigler Schools of the 21st Century program consists of a community school model that integrates childcare and family assistance services within the school itself. The program transforms the traditional school into a multiservice center for children where high-quality services are available from morning to early evening. The program provides help and assistance services, daycare services, and training and information activities.

Youth University

Youth University is an education resource that provides primary and secondary school students with enjoyable and stimulating experiences that help them know themselves better and open up to the world around them, while becoming aware of the various resources within the community. University students act as mentors and activity moderators and leaders.

Un milieu ouvert sur ses écoles (English Version)

Un milieu ouvert sur ses écoles (MOÉ), a project of the Table de concertation jeunesse Bordeaux-Cartierville, consists of establishing a varied program of activities to enrich the living environments (school and community) of young people and their families in order to help them develop and thrive. The centrepiece of the project is the school-community worker (SCW), who is the liaison between the school, the community, the young people and the parents in maximizing coherent and seamless action.

The Pacific Path Program

Pacific Path is an interpersonal conflict resolution program integrated within the school’s educational project and promoting peaceable conduct in preschool, primary and secondary school. The first component consists of workshops on themes such as communication, feelings, anger, conflict and empathy. The second component enables training of peer mediators within the school.

Supporting Montréal Schools Program

The goal of the Supporting Montréal Schools Program is to support the most disadvantaged schools on the Island of Montréal in order to ensure school and educational success for as many students as possible. The program consists of seven measures recognized as having a significant impact on the educational journey, learning and motivation of students in underprivileged neighborhoods.

Répit transit (English Version)

Répit transit, a program for respite classes outside the school, enables early intervention for children with behavioral problems. It involves systemic and simultaneous work with the student, the parents and the teacher.

RAP Côte-Nord (English version)

RAP Côte-Nord is a program to promote student success and perseverance to the inhabitants of the RCMs of the Côte-Nord region. The program consists of an array of activities such as lectures on the respective roles of parents and children in the transition from primary to secondary school, teacher training on school-community relations, and production of a handbook on child development and guidance throughout a student’s educational journey.

Québec en Forme (english version)

Québec en forme is an organization tasked to help foster the adoption and maintenance of proper nutrition and a physically active lifestyle by young Quebecers by supporting local community mobilization projects.

Projet de qualification des jeunes (English version)

Projet de qualification des jeunes is a program for teens in out-of-home care (youth centers). The program provides them with support as they transition to independent living, the labor market, and the outside world. The players from various sectors, such as health, education and employment, are rallied to the cause.

Programme SAC Entrepreneuriat (English Version)

SAC Entrepreneuriat (sport-arts-culture), unique in Québec, is the original way in which École-des-Cœurs-Vaillants carries out its mission as an entrepreneurial community school, namely, to instil the idea of conscious entrepreneurship at the service of the overall health of each child as soon as children start school. The school offers an array of school and extracurricular activities based on the interests of the students and all program participants. The goal--make every child happy to come to school to Learn and to Be Proactive.
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