Thank you for your generosity SEB families! We collected 473 boxes of Kraft Dinner.
Next week, we are collecting nut-free granola bars!
“Talking with your teen about cannabis may seem hard, but what you say does have an impact. To ensure you’re prepared, practice live with our kids before speaking with yours.
An expert will also be on hand to provide advice and help guide you through the discussion.
See you soon!
Facebook Live Event Dates
March 19 at 7 pm Talyssa + Anne Elizabeth Lapointe
April 16 at 7:30 pm Dimitri + Dr. William Barakett
May 14 at 7:30 pm Ethan + Dr. Richard Bélanger
June 11 at 7:30 pm Dimitri + Dr. Richard Bélanger
July 16 at 7:30 pm Talyssa + Dr. William Barakett
Anne Élizabeth Lapointe
Executive Director of the Centre québécois de lutte aux dépendances et de la Maison Jean Lapointe, Anne Élizabeth has implemented several prevention programs, in addition to publishing many articles and studies.
Dr. William Barakett
A family doctor, researcher and President the Quebec Cannabis Registry, Dr. Barakett is a respected expert in the field of addiction treatment.
Dr. Richard Bélanger
Pediatrician Dr. Bélanger is, among other things, an assistant professor in the Pediatric Department of the Université de Laval. His main research area is the use of psychoactive substances among youth.“
Hello SEB Community,
There are some excellent opportunities available through Front Door to expand your knowledge surrounding Youth Anxiety. Please click on the link below to check out the two parent workshops which are available on Monday and Tuesday of next week. These workshops are FREE and provide a wealth of information.
Our Lenten Mass will now be Friday, March 22nd at 10:00. All families are welcome to join our school community at St. Michael’s Parish.
Families have previously signed consents for our bus trip to the Church. We will not be resending consents, yet assume that consent is granted for our new Mass date.
The purpose of this school climate survey is to find out about bullying/harassment, including discrimination, sexual harassment, and homophobia, among students at your child’s school.
This information will be used by your principal and all staff to help promote an environment of respect, safety, and belonging for all students. Schools need to be safe and welcoming places so that students can feel comfortable enough to learn. Your answers are confidential. We are interested in what you and other school staff members have to say.
If you have any questions/comments, please contact the WCDSB Research Coordinator at Kelly.Roberts@wcdsb.ca
More information to follow.
Thursday, March 21, 2019
More information to follow after March Break. Have a safe and happy week!