Quebec Intellectual Disability Week (QIDW), which will mark its 35th anniversary from March 19 to 25, 2023, is an opportunity for our school board to raise awareness in its communities about the realities of people with intellectual disabilities.
We invite you to follow the Facebook page of the Quebec Intellectual Disability Week to make sure you don't miss anything about the next edition where inclusive awareness activities will be offered throughout the province.
To all our staff members, we take this moment to tell you that we are very happy and proud to have you among our CQSB Team. Without you, it would be impossible for us as a school board to accomplish our mission. It is thanks to you that our students grow. Each day, your presence and commitment matter. Each day, you make a real difference and, for that, we are grateful.
We care about the physical and mental well-being of all our students and staff. Anti-bullying is an everyday concern and that is why on February 22, 2023, you are all invited to participate in Pink Shirt Day. This day of awareness is an opportunity to remind ourselves that kindness, courtesy, empathy, respect and a smile go a long way in making our environments more inclusive, safe, and caring. This Wednesday, and all year-round, let's lift each other up!
From February 13 to 17, 2023, are the Hooked on School Days and the Central Quebec School Board would like to express its warmest thanks and pay tribute to all those who are involved in the success of our youth. Whether you are a parent, guardian, teacher, support staff, professional or administrator, your support, comforting, and caring presence undoubtedly increases the possibilities for student success.
Let’s continue to make a positive difference. Because with the right support, all young people can persevere!
“Prevention is better than death” is the theme of the 33rd annual Suicide Prevention Week. Dare to speak about suicide with our loved ones and in our communities, despite the discomfort and fear that these conversations may bring, is one way to prevent suicide.
To continue to grow together, taking action can make all the difference!
More information and resources for those suffering and their loved ones can be found at DareToTalkAboutSuicide.com.
From February 5 to 11, 2023, as part of Teacher Appreciation Week, the Central Québec School Board is proud to recognize the outstanding work of its teachers.
This 29th edition’s theme “Everyday, we measure the significance of your role” reflects how committed and dedicated our staff is to provide education of a superior quality to our students from kindergarten, elementary, high school as well as our adult clientele.
If you feel like it, take the opportunity to write a thank you note.
“Ours to tell” is the theme for Black History Month: This theme represents both an opportunity to engage in open dialogue and a commitment to learning more about the stories Black communities in Canada have to tell about their histories, successes, sacrifices and triumphs.
On January 24, the Central Québec School Board (CQSB) celebrates International Education Day. As a school board, we exist to provide the best possible education to all our students so that they can have the brightest possible future. This year’s theme “To Invest in People, Prioritize Education” is an integral part of the fundamental values at the heart of our school board.
The Central Quebec School Board (CQSB) is pleased to highlight, on this Education Administrators' Day, the remarkable involvement of its administrators. We would like to thank all our management staff in our Administrative Centre, our Adult Education & Vocational Training Centre and our Elementary and Secondary Schools for their essential role in the success of all.
We are proud to highlight the excellent work of our Education Professionals and are delighted to recognize their exceptional dedication which undoubtedly contributes to the success of all. The professionals at Central Québec School Board (CQSB) truly have “Professional Education Services engraved in their hearts.”
The Central Québec School Board honours the children who never returned home and Survivors of residential schools, as well as their families and communities. Public commemoration of the tragic and painful history and ongoing impacts of residential schools is a vital component of the reconciliation process.
As of July 5th, Secondary 4 and 5 students, as well as students registered in Adult Education or Vocational Training will be able to consult their academic results on a new online platform created by the Ministry of Education.
In partnership with LEARN, the Central Québec School Board is offering secondary 4 and 5 students who would have failed a mandatory course in the 2021-2022 school year a second chance to succeed by registering for virtual Summer School. Please click here for more information.
Your actions, words, and advice count for so much. Whether you are a parent, teacher, professional, support staff or management employee, thank you for making our students’ educational experience meaningful!
Public Presentation of Our 2020-2021 Annual Report
The Council of Commissioners of the Central Québec School Board invites you to the presentation of its 2020-2021 Annual Report. To attend, RSVP by email SecGen-Com@cqsb.qc.ca by February 15, 2022. We will gladly send you a link.
The Central Quebec School Board respectfully dons the colour orange to commemorate the first ever National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. We honour the lost children and Survivors of residential schools, their families and communities.
Do you have a child in the sixth grade moving onto secondary school next year? Both English-speaking parents AND their soon-to-be high schoolers are invited to take part in this fabulous virtual workshop being offered FREE by the community Wellness Centre on June 2, 2021.
As stipulated in the Education Act (R.S.Q., ch. I-13-3), notice is hereby given that at the regular meeting of the Council of Commissioners on June 16, 2021, at 7 p.m., by videoconference, the Central Québec School Board will present for adoption the By-law concerning the day, time and place of the regular meetings of the Council of Commissioners for the 2021-2022 school year.