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60 Henri-Dunant
Ste-Adèle, QC
J8B 2X5
Phone : 450 229-3226
Fax : 450 229-5187

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Ste. Adèle Elementary School

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Philosophy / Mission

At Ste- Adèle Elementary School we believe in the basic right of each student to learn and grow in an environment that is peaceful, secure and in a place where students can learn to the best of their ability.

In order to achieve this goal, our school seeks to help students develop positive social behaviours which reflect responsible, respectful, and cooperative attitudes.


General Information

Ste-Adèle Elementary School was founded in 1950 by Mr. Louis Cochand, Mr. Frank Scofield and Mr. A.E. Thompson. It is located 70 kilometers north of Montreal at a walking distance to beaches, ski hills, hiking trails and cross-country ski trails. The school houses 115 students. We are proud of our small class sizes and the individualized education for each child. Our classrooms are spacious and comfortable, creating an appropriate learning environment. Our school has an ideal playground with natural trees and greenery.


Parent Participation

We have a dedicated group of parents on our PPO. They are involved in fund raisers as well as the promotion of our school. Their contribution to our school is greatly valued. Our Governing Board is composed of 8 members which meet 7 times a year.


Programs

English school education with French as a Second Language components.

  • English school education with French as a Second Language components.
  • Music/Drama program
  • Enriched Physical Education program: swimming, downhill skiing, cross-country skiing
  • Introduction to technology for Cycle Two and Three
  • Conflict resolution program for all cycles
  • Conservation Destination (green school)

Services

  • Library services in English and French with a library technician
  • Psychologist
  • Resource teacher for remediation / Individual Education Plan (Students with special needs will receive services based on their Individual Education Plan (IEP).
  • Speech-language pathologist
  • Cafeteria / Catering services
  • Computer lab and resource person
  • School-based day care (before and after school)
  • Dental hygienist

Events and activities

  • Student Council / Yearbook committee
  • Celebration for Good Citizenship
  • Artist and authors projects
  • Concerts / Plays / Talent Shows / Dances / Parade
  • Book Fairs / Literacy month
  • Community Involvement: La Guignolée, Jump Rope for Heart
  • Visit to Arundel Natural Science Centre
  • Graduation ceremonies
  • Open House corn roast