The Directory includes information about projects, programs, organizations and tools on the theme of school-family-community partnership. Each initiative is summarized and presented as a factsheet. Its purpose: to inspire and guide stakeholders by giving them access to initiatives that get results. Currently there are nearly 70 factsheets in the directory. Three to five factsheets are added to the directory every year.

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"Whose School Is It?" Guide

Whose School Is It? is a guide for forming groups of parents who want assistance or a place where they can be heard, but who also want to be in a more informed position and be capable of exercising critical judgement. Some parents have difficulty figuring out what their role is in supporting their children at school. Others would like to collaborate and be more involved but do not always know how to go about it. What is their place at school? How can they make requests and get answers? How can they make a difference in terms of practices?

80, ruelle de l’Avenir (English version)

80, ruelle de l’Avenir stems from joint action and community mobilization around the cause of offering young children and teenagers from the Centre-Sud district of Montréal a stimulating environment where they can learn. The partners, hailing from the education milieu and the community, health and business sector, pooled their resources to provide a one-stop venue for an array of services and activities aimed at giving the children of the district much-needed support.

Alternative Suspension (English Version)

Alternative Suspension is a resource at the disposal of secondary schools, offering them support for students who, for different reasons, are temporarily suspended from the school they attend. Through intake at a point of service and supervision and support by a program worker, young people are given the opportunity to transform the time they spend on suspension into a positive experience favoring self-development and self-reliance.

Avenir viable école communauté (English Version)

AVEC is a schoolyard revitalization program by the students themselves in collaboration with their immediate community. This action and responsible-citizenship program is part of education for a viable future. It also promotes the idea of cooperation to young people by introducing them to the various aspects of planning, implementing and evaluating the projects they carry out.

Bibliothèque mobile « On bouge! » (English Version)

Bibliothèque mobile « On bouge! » is a library-on-wheels project that introduces preschoolers to reading, provides families and daycare educators with reading tools, promotes interactive reading, and gives families easier access to books. A library-on-wheels leader makes regular visits to families and daycares (children aged 0 to 5) and special scheduled visits in order to direct interactive reading activities and to lend books.

Bien dans mes baskets (English Version)

Bien dans mes baskets is a preventive and psychosocial development program that uses extracurricular basketball as an intervention tool. The intention is to give students the motivation they need to stay in school, get involved in the local community, and develop adapted behaviors in school and in their personal lives.

Boston Connects

Boston Connects is a school-community-university partnership that brings together Boston’s public primary schools, the YWMCA of Greater Boston, Boston College and other community partners in order to coordinate support both within the school and within the community. This support program is integrated within the school’s educational project and facilitates access to numerous services and resources, from prevention to intensive intervention. Action focuses on acquiring social skills and promoting good health, among other things.

Bringing Families and Elementary/Secondary Schools Closer Together

Bringing Families and Elementary/Secondary Schools Closer Together is a tool that consists of two distinct guides (one for primary schools and the other for secondary schools) that present a process and instruments that foster the development of school-family-community collaboration. The guides include tools for doing an inventory of the school’s practices and a questionnaire for parents. The compilation of the outcomes of both processes makes it possible for all stakeholders to work together to determine what family- or community-related factors the school wants to improve and strengthen.

Carte routière vers le préscolaire – Guide pour soutenir une transition de qualité des enfants ayant des besoins particuliers (English version)

Carte routière vers le préscolaire is an online directory of strategies and tools for planning a successful transition to preschool, in particular, for children with special needs. The ultimate goal is to provide support for their adaptation to different living environments and for their ongoing development by optimizing educational continuity.

Centre de prévention du décrochage scolaire Oméga (English Version)

Centre Oméga is a community organization dedicated to the fight against dropping out. Its workers offer regular and intensive after-school services to young people at risk and to their families through preventive activities. Omégabus, a leadership and action service on wheels, goes into the community to provide these young people with psychosocial support.
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