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Fries out, healthy sandwiches in at St. Pat’s High

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Photo: MICHÈLE THIBEAU
When St. Patrick’s High School students return from their relaxing March Break, there’ll be no more poutine, no more fries, and no more Skittles. The pop machines offer water and fruit juices, but no soft drinks or sports drinks.

Circus crowd invades Saint Brigid’s on Family Literacy Day

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Quebec City Reading Council’s Clowns Marilyn Baxter and Lucie Girard had the pleasure of amusing 15 families and 30 seniors on Saturday, January 26 for the 10th anniversary of Family Literacy Day.

Students can find fries elswhere

When St. Patrick’s High School students return from their relaxing March Break, there’ll be no more poutine, no more fries, and no more Skittles. The pop machines offer water and fruit juices, but no soft drinks or sports drinks.

CQSB ballplayers run rampant on the courts of DDO

Things have been pretty hectic the past couple of weeks at DDO as students and staff prepared to host Central Québec School Board’s annual invitational basketball tournament the weekend of February 1 to 3. 
 
In the printed program for the tournament, Principal Stéphane Lagacé welcomed visitors, pointi

Wintery fun at Valcartier Elementary

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The last week of January was full of wintery fun at Valcartier Elementary School. On Tuesday, Cycle 2 and 3 students travelled to Mont-St-Sacrement for a fun-filled day of sliding, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing. Alison McBain, of the Cycle 3 class, described the trip as a “fun and active” day.

Five great reasons to celebrate at Everest Elementary School

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Everest Elementary School is five years old this year!

Where is QHS going next?

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History students at Québec High School are one year ahead of the rest of the province.

It’s happening at EQLC

There has been a very lively buzz at the Eastern Québec Learning Centre once again this year.

Becoming well-rounded at St. Patrick’s High School

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St. Patrick’s High School’s Educational Project aims at the development of the whole person, a person who will contribute in a significant way to his/her community with his/her knowledge, social skills, and values.
 
There is always something going on at St. Pat’s!

The greening of St-Foy Elementary

Ste-Foy Elementary School has achieved many goals throughout the school year such as helping the environment by recycling and composting.