News and Announcements
That time of the year has come again for Carlyle's annual IB-PYP Exhibition!
The grade six students have been hard at work, inquiring into the relationships between and the interconnectedness of individuals and civilizations, from local and global perspectives. More specifically, they researched into how current and past pandemics have affected our society. This inquiry project initiated from their personal interest in COVID-19, which was further extended into the study of pandemics.
Considering the current pandemic, the students rose above the obstacles and enhanced their learning through the use of technology available in our digital era. Our Carlyle learning community has decided to take this opportunity to demonstrate agency and share our inquiry virtually for this year’s PYP Exhibition.
The students are ready to celebrate their learning and we cordially invite you to join us in this joyous occasion. Please explore the padlet below and take part in this enriching PYP learning journey.
For commemorative March 11 | Carlyle grade 6 students on CBC news!
We hope you enjoy the virtual presentation!Carlyle Virtual IB-PYP Exhibition 2021
Carlyle Registration 2021-2022
Registration for siblings of students who are already enrolled at Carlyle begins on January 25th-January 29th, 2021.
New registrations will take place the week of February 1st – February 5th, 2021.
Please refer to the EMSB website for all inquiries about registration and eligibility information.https://www.emsb.qc.ca/emsb/admissions/registration
To make an appointment to register your child at Carlyle Elementary School for the 2021-2022 school year, please e-mail the school secretary Ms. Rebecca Davila at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Carlyle Virtual Holiday Concert
The Carlyle family is wishing the generous spirit of the season wraps you in the warmth and comfort of sharing cherished moments with your families and loved ones like the lovely performances of Ms. Christine’s music classes warms the hearts of us all. Enjoy the holidays with the sound of harmonious melodies singing to brighten your spirits!
Introduction to the International Baccalaureate at Carlyle Elementary School
Dear Parents and Guardians, Carlyle usually hosts a Coffee, Tea & IB Session in the Fall for all parents and guardians who are interested in learning how the program unfolds in the classroom. Due to restrictions of COVID-19, we are unable to hold our usual Coffee, Tea & IB Session in school. However, we have created a virtual presentation to give you a more in-depth understanding of the IB programme. The presentation is also filled with links to various information and videos from IB as well. To return to the main page, click on the "HOME" button located on the bottom left-hand side of the page.Please click on the following link to access the IB presentation
Carlyle Virtual Open House
Get a feel for your child's future! Meet our teachers and administrators online. Our virtual open house live stream is still online for you to watch!
Amplifying the importance of climate change through music
Despite being separated by COVID-19 (Coronavirus) requirements, Primary Years Programme (PYP) students from Carlyle Elementary School in Montreal, Canada created a video of their thought-provoking song urging action on climate change.Read the full article by ibo.org
Education Job Fair & English School Boards of Quebec April 23, 2021
English School Boards of Quebec Education Job Fair
10:00 – 12:00
Support Staff, Professionals And Other Non-Teaching
1:00 – 3:00
Positions, Teachers and French Teachers
For support with registration,
please contact email@example.com or 1-877-900-5627.
For all other questions, please contact Bonnie Sullivan at firstname.lastname@example.org
EMSB Parents Committee Virtual Conference April 18
Registration is open for EMSB Parents Committee Virtual Conference April 18
This year, the conference is being held online.
Keynote speech by Dr. Earl Rubin, Director of The Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases at the Montreal Children’s Hospital: Resilience through the COVID Pandemic. Our panel of experts will discuss the same topic and will include:
Dr Debbie Schwarcz, general practitioner
Aaron Derfel Montreal Gazette health reporter
Once you register, we will send instructions on how to connect to the conference.Register Now!
EMSB Online Resources & Educational Websites
Visit the EMSB's educational resources section for educational and mental health support links for families. Links and activities for elementary and high school students are available.
The provincial Government also has a new educational website called Open School where you can find more educational activities for your children.
A reminder to assess your health or your child's health each morning
Public Health authorities ask that you assess your health each morning. This on-line tool will help you determine if you can report to school/work or should stay home and seek further assessment for COVID-19.
Important COVID-19 related information for our parents/guardians
Zoom Workshop for Parents of Teenage Children
Bulletin board created by EMSB Communication
This part psychoeducation, part interactive zoom based workshop for parents of teenage children will present concepts about adolescent nervous systems, parental forms of communication, adolescent relationship to technology and a topic of the group's choice in our last workshop. To register, email email@example.com.
Dates and Times for Spring Term
Angry Teens and the Nervous System | March 23rd - 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm EST
Communication & Boundaries | March 30th - 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm EST
Teens and Technology | April 6th - 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm EST
Participants Choice | April 13th - 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm EST
Carlyle Elementary School
109 Carlyle Avenue
Town of Mount Royal, QC H3R 1S8
Telephone: (514) 738-1256
Daycare: (514) 788-0021
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