QFHSA News

Title
QFHSA News
Volume
60
Issue
1
Date
Spring, 2022
Language
en
Rights
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Extra
Number of pages: 28
Notes

Article titles:

  • The QFHSA’s annual general meeting: join the discussion, cast your vote
  • The final months of school are here! Time to celebrate the stars of your school community
  • What then must we do?
  • The January regional council meetings: sharing ideas, information, and support
  • News for you
  • Feeling the impact of Law 21 at Chelsea Elementary
  • Celebrating exceptional educators, initiatives, and volunteers
  • Telling our stories: uncovering Canadian Black history with Marlene Jennings, Dorothy Williams, and Linton Garner
  • Dealing with difficult people
  • Community Knowledge Open Library on English-speaking Quebec
  • Taking action: local Home & School initiatives to protect and preserve the environment
  • Very belated Saint Valentine’s day message for Monsieur Roberge, Madam Charest, and Madame McCann
  • Remembering Georgie Alice Crawford 1934-2021 and William Holt, 1947-2021
  • Dawson College and the Canada/Quebec Entente: an ongoing saga
  • Hitting the home stretch
  • At Forest Hill Jr: making staff appreciation a year long celebration
  • Anchors away! St. Paul’s Home & School take staff on a “cruise” full of culinary delights
  • Focus on the locals

    • Spring update from St. Charles
    • We’re having fun at Bai-Comeau High School
    • March merriment at St. Patrick’s
    • Forest Hill Senior: escaping the ordinary  
Citation
Quebec Federation of Home and School Associations (QFHSA). “QFHSA News” 60, no. 1 (Spring 2022).
Geographical area
Contributing CKOL partner

Related contributing CKOL partner

Logo of Jamaica Association of Montreal Inc. (JAM)

Jamaica Association of Montreal Inc. (JAM)

Founded:
1962

Constituents:
Jamaican population in Montreal and, by extension, Blacks within Montreal and the province of Quebec

Website:
http://jam-montreal.com

Activities:
Tutoring; young mothers programming; annual Jamaica Day celebrations; providing meals and food bank; newsletter; arts and crafts youth workshops

Former Name:
none