Quebec Home & School News

Quebec Home & School News
February, 1980
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Number of pages: 17

Article titles:

  • How many more children have to die before action is taken?
  • School bus safety
  • Editorial comment
    • Learning from the past: new thinking needed for the 80's!
    • Sex education: who needs it? (reprinted from The News and Chronicle)
    • President's message
  • Exam questions must be understood!
  • H and S Conference - drug and alcohol use
  • Looking forward to the 80's
  • New legislation - more musts and got-tos for school and boards
  • Day-long conference
  • Vanier Institute - Manitoba Dean chosen as President
  • No voice in the Wilderness
  • Woman in the pilot's seat
  • Heritage CEGEP de l'Outaouais
  • English community struggles for college autonomy
  • Federal program - there is a job for your children
  • What is childhood? By Alice Yardley
  • Science texts, Rote learning questioned
  • Talk with your child
  • Expanded role emerging for guidance counsellors
  • McGill Conservatory of Music
  • School to be leased for $1.00
  • Plan d'Action ... is this where we are going?
  • Aylmer, Plan d'Action meet scheduled
  • ... 'I paid the price' says 14 year old
  • Choosing a babysitter
  • Focus on the Locals
    • Yellow bus, how safe? Why [Windermere] won't use school buses for field trips
    • South Hull: teachers honored by parents
    • Allancroft: funds used to expand minds
    • Windermere: promoting workshops
    • John Rennie: career orientation popular with students
    • Hudson: mothers, fathers and children all benefit from 'parent support group'
    • Meadowbrook: 7 1/2 tons of paper nets $500
    • New Carlisle: the town gets together!
    • Howick: parents read, children learn
    • Champlain: new H&S local
    • Summerlea: bake & crafts help activities
    • Dorval: positive thinking saves schools
    • Dunrae Gardens: bus safety stressed
    • Somerled: music lessons
    • Courtland Park: helping 'sleeping children around the world'
    • Lachine Rapids: $1000 bazaar
  • VD teaching guide: new approach for K to 12
  • $ millions at stake
  • John D. Agnew (reprinted from The North Shore News)
  • New commissioner: Kal Kahn appointed
Quebec Federation of Home and School Associations (QFHSA). “Quebec Home & School News” 16, no. 1 (February 1980).
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Quebec Federation of Home and School Associations, Inc. (QFHSA)


English-language kindergarten to secondary 5 educational sector in the province of Quebec


Literacy activities; education activities; conducting leadership workshops; parenting skills workshops

Former Names:
[merger of] Québec Provincial Council of Home and Schools and Greater Montréal Federation of Home and School Associations; Quebec Federation of Protestant Home and School Associations