OPPORTUNITÉ EN ENSEIGNEMENT DU FRANÇAIS
6875 boul Lasalle
Verdun (Québec) H4H 1R3
- Enseignant / Orthopédagogue dans un centre hospitalier spécialisé en pédopsychiatrie
- Enseignant titulaire en Français Langue Maternelle et mathématiques au primaire
- Responsable de 2 groupes de six élèves présentant un trouble sévère du comportement et des difficultés d’apprentissage et d’adaptation
- 2 classes multi-niveaux (6-9 ans) et (10-12 ans)
- Expérience en adaptation scolaire un atout
- Doit être capable de bien travailler en équipe (parents, enseignants, équipe clinique, conseiller pédagogique et médecin)
- Doit démontrer une grande flexibilité et ouverture d'esprit
- Doit être capable d’adapter sa pédagogie et ses interventions aux besoins variés des élèves
- 100% - à temps plein, remplacement
- À partir de maintenant (jusqu’au retour de l’enseignante absente – prévu pour mai 2020)
Pour en apprendre plus, les enseignants qualifiés sont invités à se présenter avec leur résumé à 12h00 le vendredi 23 août 2019 à 1925 Brookdale Avenue, Dorval (Quebec) H9P 2Y7 pour une présentation.
Les candidats qui assistent à la présentation à midi seront considérés pour les entrevues qui se tiendront pendant l’après-midi du 23 août (entre 13h00 et 15h30).
LBPSB Director General Appointment
LESTER B. PEARSON SCHOOL BOARD
Dorval, June 26, 2019 The Lester B. Pearson School Board is pleased to announce the appointment of Cindy Finn as its next Director General, for a 5-year term, effective August 1st, 2019.
The appointment was approved unanimously by the Council of Commissioners at its regular board meeting on June 25th. Cindy succeeds Michael Chechile, who is retiring as Director General, capping a career of outstanding leadership and innovation in public education.
Cindy Finn has over 20 years of experience in education and has served with the Lester B. Pearson School Board since 1999. She holds a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from McGill University with teaching and research experience in higher education. Prior to moving into educational administration, she worked as a non-teaching professional and has served as Director of Student Services at our school board since 2005.
Cindy has been actively involved with many local, provincial and international committees and organizations. She is Past President of the Canadian Association of School System Administrators (CASSA) and is currently on the Board of Governors of the American Association of School Administrators (AASA). She is Past Chair of the Leadership Committee for English Education in Québec (LCEEQ), and has also served on the Minister of Education’s Advisory Board for English Education (ABEE). Cindy has been the recipient of several awards in recognition of her contributions to educational leadership; the most recent being the Outstanding Achievement Award from the Association of Administrators of English Schools of Quebec.
Cindy enters this position with a proven record of 14 years in our senior administration; complemented by extensive research, publications, and presentations on a range of student-centred issues. Combined with a widely-established reputation of exemplary leadership, Cindy is the ideal candidate for a smooth and effective transition of leadership for our board and its students, staff, and learning communities.
Cindy Finn’s appointment occurs at a time when our School Board will be subject to significant changes and challenges over the next few years.
“Cindy’s collaborative and humanistic style of management and firm leadership will ensure that the challenging transitions ahead are carried out in an effective manner, respectful of the diverse needs of the many stakeholders in our educational community”, said Chairperson Noel Burke.
Dr. Cindy Finn
Director General – Lester B. Pearson School Board
A Farewell Video for Riverdale High School
A must see video!
Celebrating 55 years of Riverdale High School.
1964 - 2019
An amazing video looking at the past and present of the LBPSB's illustrious Riverdale High School as it prepares to close its doors forever.
A very special thanks to those who made this video possible, and especially to the creators of the video!
Public Notice - Launch of 2019-2020 Major School Change Consultation
PUBLIC NOTICE – To be published in the Montreal Gazette on May 31, 2019
MAJOR SCHOOL CHANGE – Consultation process on changes to schools or centres
On May 27, 2019, the Council of Commissioners of the Lester B. Pearson School Board launched the consultation process on the possible closure or changes to the levels of instruction of the following establishments: Beurling Academy, Lakeside Academy, Lindsay Place HS, St. Thomas HS, Place Cartier Centre and Sources Adult and Career Centre.
Public hearings will be held on November 26 and 27, 2019 (location and time to be determined). Please consult the documentation at: https://boardsite.lbpsb.qc.ca/msc2019_2020.
Given in Dorval, this 31st day of May 2019.
Me Geneviève Dugré
AVIS PUBLIC – A être publié dans la Gazette de Montréal le 31 mai 2019
REMANIEMENT MAJEUR DES ÉCOLES – Processus de consultation sur les modifications d’écoles ou de centres
Le 27 mai 2019, le Conseil des commissaires de la Commission scolaire Lester-B.-Pearson a lancé le processus de consultation sur la fermeture possible ou les modifications à tout ordre ou cycle d’enseignement dispensé par une école possibles dans les établissements suivants : Beurling Academy, Lakeside Academy, École secondaire Lindsay Place, École secondaire Saint-Thomas, Centre Place Cartier et Centre de formation des adultes et de formation professionnelle des Sources.
Des audiences publiques se tiendront les 26 et 27 novembre 2019 (le lieu et l’heure sont à déterminer). Veuillez consulter les documents à l’adresse : https://boardsite.lbpsb.qc.ca/msc2019_2020.
Donné à Dorval, ce 31e jour de mai 2019.
Me Geneviève Dugr
Administrative Appointments 2019-2020
Please click on the link below to view the Administrative Appointments for the 2019-2020 school year (unless otherwise noted).
Major School Change Consultation 2019-2020
The dedicated Major School Change Consultation web page is now available.
J’apprends à vivre - video
The Lester B. Pearson School Board is proud to present "J’apprends à vivre" , an innovative music video experience bringing the Lester B. Pearson School Board together in celebration of our 20th anniversary.This project is the collection of different student voices that tell the most compelling story, and that is the heart of "J’apprends à vivre".
Two LBPSB graduates: Toby and Daniela composed the music and wrote the lyrics. We are so proud them, their talents, and their ability to convey the experiences of our youngest students; taking their first steps in our schools, as well as of our graduating students as they reflect on all their experiences as they embark on their next chapters.
Students from eight schools, elementary and secondary, were involved in this project. Additionally, after months of rehearsals, 250 students came together to perform "J’apprends à vivre" at our TOPS concert event. It was an unbelievable performance that brought the audience to its feet.
Following the performance, the musical and video recordings were mixed and edited together to create an extraordinary music video, which we are thrilled to share with you.
We must acknowledge our maestro extraordinare for this project. "J’apprends à vivre" would not be possible without the coordination and leadership of Susan Strunc. In addition to teaching music, and mentoring and nurturing Lindsay Place High School music students, Susan oversaw every aspect of this project. From the songwriting and composition, to providing support to the music teachers, and students. On behalf of the LBPSB, we thank Susan Strunc for making "J’apprends à vivre".
Schools involved: Lindsay Place High School, Clearpoint, Forest Hill Senior, St. Edmund, Dorval Elementary, St. John Fisher Sr., Riverview, Allion
Please watch and enjoy "J’apprends à vivre".
Student Success Summary 2017-2018
Cannabis (marijuana) legalization
Cannabis (marijuana) was legalized in Canada as of October 17, 2018, and is governed by The Cannabis Act (federal) and the Cannabis Regulation Act (provincial). The legal age for consumption in Quebec is currently set at 18.
By law and in accordance with LBPSB’s policies and procedures, the possession, consumption, and distribution of marijuana is still prohibited in all LBPSB schools and centres, and on their premises. All protocols and collaborative practices currently agreed to with law enforcement officials remain unchanged.
For more information, we encourage all members of the LBPSB community to consult the following resources:
Quebec MSSS document: Do You Speak Cannabis
Quick reference: https://encadrementcannabis.gouv.qc.ca/en/
Our newly adopted Vision & Values!
- PEF Newsletter - June 2019
- Goodbye Riverdale
- LBPSB Premieres 'J'apprends à Vivre'
- PEF Newsletter - May 2019
- Rolling Out The Red Carpet for Daycare
Council of Commissioners Meeting Dates
Monday, August 26
Monday, January 27
Monday, February 24
Monday, March 30
Monday, April 27
Monday, May 25
Monday, June 29