LaSalle Elementary School
About LaSalle Elementary School
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LaSalle Elementary School junior campus offers K4 to Grade 2, and the senior campus offers Grade 3 to Grade 6.
Welcome to LaSalle Elementary!
LaSalle Elementary School is committed to educating the whole child within a safe, kind, and caring environment fostering success for all. LaSalle Elementary offers the option of an early immersion or bilingual program, with a specialization in art and music.
We seek to instil the joy of lifelong learning within our students and strive to guide them to become critical thinkers, confident and responsible members of society who respect and appreciate diversity. As we look to the future, we strive to increase our students’ awareness of global issues that impact our lives. We wish to instil in our students the importance of taking an active role in promoting positive change in the community and in the world.
LaSalle Junior also offers:
- A Literacy program and a “Francisation” program.
- A resource team made up of teachers and specialists.
- A Breakfast Canada Program
- A celebration of special events (concert, Halloween, Winter Festival, Literacy Week, etc.).
The Quebec Education Program (QEP) defines course requirements, content, competencies, progressions of learning and the framework for the Evaluation of student learning.
An Bilingual option offers students two core subjects in English, namely English Language Arts and Mathematics while Science, Geography and History are taught in French. This means that, from Kindergarten to Grade 6, students spend approximately half their week learning in English and approximately the other half learning in French.
An Immersion school teaches all core subjects in French from Kindergarten to grade 2. This means that students spend the majority of their week in French. Once the students reach grade 3, English Language Arts is introduced and math is also taught in English until grade 6. This means that, from Grade 3 to Grade 6, students spend approximately half their week learning in English and approximately the other half learning in French.