LCEEQ Newsletter

October 2016

The LCEEQ Newsletter - Issue 021 - The October 2016 Edition

In this issue:

The End of a Successful Cycle

A look back and a look ahead...

LCEEQ Responds

LCEEQ Responds to Provincial Consultation on Educational Success...

Our monthly winner

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Upcoming dates...

LCEEQ Regular Meeting
October 20th, 2016

LCEEQ Steering Committee Meeting
October 21st, 2016

ADGESBQ (Directors General Meeting)
October 27th-28th, 2016

See the calendar!

The LCEEQ Newsletter - Issue 021 - The October 2016 Edition

The End of a Successful Cycle

October 2016

In June, the LCEEQ reached the end of its 2013-2016 Strategic Plan. Much of the focus of the Spring months was to evaluate our accomplishments during that period and to look to the future. In this edition of the Newsletter we take a look at the 2015-2016 Annual Report, approved at the September meeting, which provides an overview of the past year and summarizes what was done during the three-year cycle. A few of the highlights include:

  • The priorities for the 2015-2016 academic year
  • The Secondary III History Programme Pilot Implementation
  • The Issue of Human Trafficking and how it impacts our educational institutions
  • A description of numerous professional development activities
  • A review of the John Killingbeck Teacher-Administrator Scholarship
  • A focus on Elementary Mathematics

Take a few moments to see the year in review and pay particular attention to the Appendix which lists the activities and accomplishments during the span of the Strategic Plan.

Click here to see the 2015-2015 Annual Report

LCEEQ

LCEEQ Responds to Provincial Consultation on Educational Success

The Ministry of Education is currently conducting a public consultation in which it states, “Major consultations have been launched in order to lay the foundations for the first policy on educational success, which will support students, schools and school boards in three broad areas of intervention:

  • All students achieving their full potential
  • A favourable context for student learning, personal development and success
  • Mobilization of partners and stakeholders in support of educational success

This topic will be a focal point of discussion at the upcoming LCEEQ meeting scheduled for October 20, 2016. Members will have an opportunity to discuss the issues and to provide feedback with the intention of LCEEQ preparing a written brief, and possibly a presentation at the public hearings being scheduled.

Since this is a public consultation you may choose to forward your comments directly or send them for consideration in the LCEEQ brief (info@lceeq.ca).

Read more and participate in the consultation...

Our monthly winner

Monthly Winner

Doris Schaerli, a Readaptation Officer at Mauricie English Elementary School, is the LCEEQ prize winner for September 2016. Doris provides support to both students and their families in assuring that students with special needs receive additional services. She observes students in different settings and assists teachers in adapting programs. She also coordinates school-wide activities, an example of such would be a project to prevent bullying and violence. She has been carrying out her functions with the Central Quebec School Board for a dozen years. When not at school, she enjoys activities with her family, particularly outdoor ones as she loves nature and being in the fresh air.

Doris received a one-hundred-dollar gift certificate from Bureau on Gros. What did she do to win this prize, you ask? She simply logged into her LCEEQ account to get the latest information. You could be a winner by doing the same!

You don’t have an account, you say? Then visit LCEEQ.ca and sign up today.

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