'If I have the belief that I can do it, I will surely acquire the capacity to do it, even if I may not have it at the beginning.' Mahatma Gandhi
Every school community in the SWLSB is unique with many different and exciting opportunities for students. ASL works in partnership with different schools engaged in like minded work to help students learn from each other. We share best practices in order to build and foster sustainable student and community growth.
This page is for leaders in their school community to work on their documents, access field trip information, and to access and participate in community events.
LAVAL SIR WILFRID LAURIER SCHOOL BOARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS
Link learning. Link leadership. Link the community.
ALL FOLDERS & FILES
All working group members have access to their folder.
Group projects, activity, and field trip information is available outside of the folders.
GROUP PROJECTS AND FIELD TRIPS
In partnership with the RSEQ, ASLeaders work to support teamwork, fitness, and sportsmanship at a series of one day tournamennts for elementary students.
Cheryl Smith & Helen Morrison train and work with grade 5 & 6 students as they take positive ownership in their school community by working on teams to enable healthy activity and play for everyone.
FITNESS AMBASSADORS - encouraging a life long love for play!
A team of ASL mentors from LJA and LSA are working together to promote fitness, activity, friendship, sportsmanship, the team, and healthy eating.
Coming soon... Our Fitness Ambassadors will be creating online promotional videos and reaching out to students in an effort to encourage them to develop a life long love for play.
JULES VERNE Elementary
Student leaders are working together as a Student Council to promote inclusion, participation in the National Day of Pink, and attending workshops. The Council is working with Laval Junior Academy and Laval Senior Academy leaders at conferences and attending a field trip to Quebec City to meet with our provincial leaders.
ST VINCENT Elementary
LSA science students are working with grade 5 and 6 students to nurture a thirst for science.
Martha Assima leads grade 5 & 6 students at Souvenir through a leadership development and community outreach program that extends from Laval to helping elephants in Africa.
JOHN F. KENNEDY Elementary
JFK student leaders are working together on the annual JFK Carnival and other community and school events.
Dance and movement are tools that student leadership groups are using to help nurture teamwork, expression, and self confidence.
Student leaders have established their own student council and theatre group in partnership LSA Theatre Concentration students.
ST. PAUL Elementary
Student leaders will be working on playground leadership. Dawson CEGEP students will be assisting.
OUR LADY OF PEACE Elementary
Student leaders will be working on playground leadership.
TERRY FOX Elementary
Student leaders are work on many different projects with Ms. Sommer and Ms. Siokas and thier team.
Terry Fox Elementary School Leadership Club is involved with activities that provide children with the opportunity to help those in need. For the past 10 years, The Leadership Club, comprised of 40 students from grades 4 – 6, has provided aid both locally and internationally, through the collection of prescription eyeglasses for Haiti, collection of used bikes for developing countries, hosting Hema Quebec blood drives, and Agape food collection for Laval.
Contact: Lynn Sommer or Helena Siokas Shoe Bank Canada Champion
Terry Fox Elementary School Leadership Club is collecting shoes to help Shoe Bank Canada put shoes on Canadians in need.
Laval, Quebec (February 5, 2018): Attention anyone with a closet: Those shoes you no longer use are desperately needed to help put shoes on Canadians in need.
That’s the message being delivered by Terry Fox Elementary School Leadership Club, which has launched a drive to collect 400 shoes to help the poor. Used and new shoes can be dropped off at Terry Fox Elementary School at 900 des Lacasse, Laval, H7K 3V9.
The shoes that The Leadership Club collects will be delivered to Shoe Bank Canada, a not-for-profit social enterprise committed to ensuring that no Canadian should want for a decent pair of shoes. The organization has distributed more than 40,000 pairs of shoes across Canada to date.