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Elementary School Registration: EMSB campaign emphasizes how bilingualism is a passport to the world

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By: EMSB Communication

On the eve of Elementary School Registration Week for the 2023-2024 academic year, the English Montreal School Board will celebrate bilingualism and the excellent quality of French instruction available in its elementary and secondary schools.

Le Mois du français à la CSEM will take place during the month of January. A familiar EMSB slogan, “Être bilingue, c’est gagnant !” promotes the fact that being bilingual represents a winning formula.

Visit our special web section on “Être bilingue, c’est gagnant !”

“We are very proud of the quality of French instruction our students receive,” said EMSB Chair Joe Ortona. “Bilingualism is a passport to the world. And if we want our kids to remain in the province of Quebec, we must provide them with the tools necessary to pursue careers here.”

Mr. Ortona attended the EMSB’s Nesbitt Elementary School and Vincent Massey Collegiate in Rosemount. As a practicing lawyer, he conducts his work mainly in French.

Read more at EMSB website


What you eat. Good for you, good for the planet

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By: Giuliana Di Quinzio | EMSB Dietician

The aim is to adopt healthy eating habits that nourish the body and preserve the environment. Learn more about the benefits of a sustainable diet on your health and the health of the planet by visiting whatyoueat.ca

Celebrate this month with Nutrition and Food Services, by encouraging your school and community to learn more about nutrition and to enjoy one of life’s pleasures which is eating good food!

A Benefit to Our Students

Enjoying healthy foods, being physically active and feeling good about yourself are all part of living a healthy life.

According to the Framework Policy on Healthy Eating and Active Living, developed by the Ministère de l'Éducation et de l'Enseignement supérieur (MEES), adopting and maintaining healthy eating habits and engaging in regular physical activity are key to young people’s personal and social development, since a healthy lifestyle and educational success go hand in hand.

The school environment is one that promotes the adoption and maintenance of healthy eating habits through various nutrition education activities and food programs offered.

Read more at EMSB website

EMSB Online Resources & Educational Websites

Visit the EMSB's educational resources section for educational and mental health support links for families. Links and activities for elementary and high school students are available.

Click here to visit the EMSB Education website

The provincial Government also has a new educational website called Open School where you can find more educational activities for your children.

Click here to visit MEES Open School


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