The Quebec government announced earlier in the week that until further notice all schools will remain closed to the public. Plans that were in place to allow students and employees to pick up materials at our schools have now been cancelled.More >>
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Jean-François Roberge Minister of Education and Higher EducationMore >>
I would like to share with you a text I have adapted for our situation from my colleague, Ms. Anne-Marie Matheson, Director General at the English Montreal School Board. I believe what follows sums up very well all the various pieces of communication we have received from our leaders at the Ministry of Education and Higher Education (MEES) over the past week, as well as the discussion held with CSL principals and managers yesterday.More >>
Please see attached the latest version of links to reading and language skills resources. All were selected for their quality and ease of use at home.More >>
***IMPORTANT INFORMATION RELATED TO COVID-19***
March 27 2020
Anyone wishing to visit the School Board's Office in Sept Iles or the Centre St-Theresa in Blanc Sablon is asked to first contact the staff member or department concerned by telephone: 418 962-5558 for the Sept Iles office or 418 461 2480, for the Centre St-Theresa.
In order to limit contact between individuals, most members of the administrative centre in Sept Iles and St. Theresa's Centre are working from home.
We thank you for your collaboration.
***IMPORTANT INFORMATION TO STAFF MEMBERS***
Reminder that at all times your e-mail box remains the official means of communication during the closure period. You can access your mail remotely at the following Web address: https://outlook.office.com/. You must enter your professional data: email address and password in order to log in.
Given the extension of the current school closure order, in effect until May 1, 2020, the Ministry of Education and Higher Education (MEES) announced earlier in the week measures to support student learning at home.More >>
School Closure - Update
March 22 2020
The Quebec government announced today, Sunday, March 22nd that the closure of schools, centres and daycares will continue until May 1st, 2020, to support efforts to contain the spread of Covid-19. It is of the utmost importance that everyone respects the directives put in place to fight this virus by our provincial government. We urge all students to refrain from gathering together in groups, practice social distancing and wash hands often.
More information will follow early this week concerning other items contained in M.Roberge press conference today. Thank you
We would like to share with you some details about the emergency measures imposed by the Premier of Quebec last week, and their impact on Commission scolaire du Littoral, based on the information we have at this time.More >>
Dear parents, guardians, staff and community members,
As announced by Mr. Legault this morning, all schools (youth and adult sectors) in the province of Quebec will be closed as of Saturday, March 14, 2020 until at least Friday, March 27, 2020. All activities associated with each school are cancelled and buildings are closed until further notice. Any updates will be posted on the School Board’s Facebook page and website.
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation in this matter.More >>