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PIX Photography Contest 2017 The PIX Photography Contest is an amazing opportunity for students and staff to show off their photography skills. 2017 Winners
Dear Parent or Guardian: This notice is to inform you that there is currently a class action lawsuit against 68 school boards in Quebec. All persons who have paid as parents, guardians or assignees, for their children registered in one of our schools, costs for the purchase of textbooks, instructional material and costs of education services at the elementary and secondary levels, are included in the class action lawsuit. If you wish to remain included in the class action lawsuit, you have nothing further to do. However, if you wish to opt out....
A friendly competition of Flag Football took place on Thursday, June 1st at St. Vincent School. Three CQSB schools participated by sending teams comprised of Grades 4 to 6; Everest Elementary sent 2 teams, St. Vincent sent 1 and Ste-Foy Elementary also sent 1 team. This event was graciously organized by Mr. Gary Kenler, principal of Everest Elementary School, in collaboration with the RSEQ* program À l’école, moi j’bouge!. Be Active Québec was present with a healthy snack kiosk to refuel the students, and we received the support of the Ville de Québec who offered free of charge, the football field adjacent to the St. Vincent grounds.
On Monday, May 29th the CQSB Elementary Track and Field Meet took place for the 11th year. This annual event has taken place at various venues but thanks to the generosity of the Valcartier Community Centre, we’ve had the privilege of using their facilities for the last four years at NO cost. The organizers, coaches and students are extremely grateful for the kindness of Pamala Hogan and her team.
Message from the school: St. Vincent School has had a Robotics Club for many years. However, this year we took a different approach and decided to try to engage as many students as possible into this club. The premise behind this was to encourage and promote the importance of team work and communication through the building and programming of robots. We invited students from Grades 3-6 to participate in the Robotics Club during their lunch hour. This initiative began in November and came to a close in May. Amazingly we had approximately 80 students who chose to participate in the Robotics Club this year.