Quebec Home & School News

Quebec Home & School News
January-February, 1985
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issued: January, 1985/February, 1985 Number of pages: 16

Article titles:

  • Bill 3 becomes Law 3
  • Where do we really stand in law?
  • Editorial
    • Youth needs your help
    • Preparation, frankness key to parent-teacher interview
    • President's message
  • 40th Anniversary - H&S Executive met in Halifax
  • New education bill does nothing to improve education by Donald Ross
  • The Badgley Report on sexual [offenses] against children and youth
  • Abuse conference stresses prevention
  • Smoke free spaces for kids
  • Helping the hearing-impaired
  • Educational programs geared to student learning
  • How many students wide is the NFB Canada map?
  • Subsidies too low, foreign fees too high
  • Life "up here" not like "down south"
  • Drugs a short cut to feeling good, more honesty in drug education would go further with kids by Terri Etherington
  • $5.7 million grant, problem solved for Universities
  • Student population drops
  • All-Canadian encyclopedia - a bargain
  • Cultural outlet formed
  • Safety Scene
    • Fingerprinting children... just in case
    • Educational TV now on Radio-Quebec
    • Kiwanis Club recognized for supporting character education in elementary schools
    • Choking hazards, what everyone should know
  • Focus on the Locals
    • Eardley: they radiate cheer, the good hot lunches
    • Understanding children under stress
    • Meadowbrook: new mini-park asset to the whole [neighbourhood]
    • New Carlisle: successful bazaar and casserole supper
    • Courtland Park: carol singing raises cash for children far away
    • Beacon Hill: profits from skis and skates buy storybooks
    • Northview: adventure playground and safety patrols added
    • Keith: bazaar buys encyclopedia
    • Hampstead: deaf school finds a new home
    • Thetford Mines: schools are a real community affair
    • Riverdale: high school students shape up
    • Ecole primaire Beaconsfield: Santa ate a hearty lunch with the children
    • Gaspe: New Richmond plans reunion
    • Aylmer: Christmas cards were a worthwhile big project
    • Lindsay Place: duck-tails centre stage
    • Windermere: family portraits are popular
    • Summerlea: graduates, former principals say "so long, Summerlea"
  • Safety Scene
    • Education study termed "tragically misleading"
    • Safety... from downriver
    • Fascination for children... and a source of accidents
    • Railway facts
Quebec Federation of Home and School Associations (QFHSA). “Quebec Home & School News” 22, no. 1 (January–February 1985).
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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