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FOR PARENTS OF TEENAGERS FALL 2017

Do you sometimes meet parents who feel overwhelmed by their teenager’s behaviors? Have they ever told you that they no longer understood their youth? Do they find it difficult to communicate with their teen or to set limits?

This is why parenting skills workshops were created! The workshops will take place in English in the Fall of 2017. Led by social workers and psycho-educators, they will answer lots of questions often asked by parents. Various topics will be discussed and the parents will have the chance to interact with each other in order to break isolation. Please take note that parents have to register before the workshop.

Spread the word to the families you meet!

For more information : For any questions and to reserve your place for a workshop

LEARN is a non-profit educational organization with a mandate to serve the English-speaking community of Quebec.
For more information : LEARN SERVICES AND RESOURCES BROCHURE

As part of the annual English Montreal School Board Career Fair this year, we are pleased to announce that in addition to the traditional daytime sessions open to Secondary V students we will also hold an open October 18th
St. Pius X Career Centre in Ahuntsic
9955 Papineau
6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Free Admission

Visit information kiosks staffed by academic experts from English vocational centres, CEGEPS, private specialty colleges and universities. It is never too early to look into post-secondary options. For more information call (514) 483-7200 ext. 7245 or log on to www.emsb.qc.ca. house for parents and students from all grade levels.
See the flyer

The Canadian Centre for Child Protection, through its Cybertip.ca program, wants to make parents aware of a concerning new location-sharing feature on Snapchat, an app that lets users send photos, videos, and messages that disappear after a set time. Snapchat is hugely popular with teens and has more users than Twitter. Read more : See the flyer

2017 Hydro-Quebec Regional Science and Technology Fair. The following EMSB projects were recognized at the 2017 Hydro-Quebec Regional Science and Technology Fair, held at Concordia University.

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