MonAvenir Conseil Scolaire Catholique

MonAvenir Conseil Scolaire Catholique

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The French-language Catholic schools of the Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir are welcoming places where each student finds his place and where the Gospel values are experienced and conveyed each and every day.

Wishing to nurture greater solidarity in the community, the Csc MonAvenir offers settlement services for newcomer students and their families in the Peel-Halton region, in Toronto, through an agreement with the Centre francophone de Toronto, and also in Hamilton and Niagara, in partnership with the Centre de santé communautaire Hamilton-Niagara.

Settlement workers are in our schools to orient and accompany students and their family by helping them to become better acquainted to life in Canada and to integrate into their new environment.

Services available:

  • One on one meetings with students and their family;
  • Student and parents orientation in order to adapt to the Ontario education system and to Canadian life;
  • Informational workshops for parents and mentors;
  • Training sessions for school personnel;
  • Assistance in cultural understandings for parents and school staff;
  • Referral of newly arrived families to the various settlement services available in the community.

This program is offered with the financial support of the Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration of Canada (CIC).

Documents:

For more information on the settlement services for newcomers offered in our schools or to make an appointment

Peel and Halton

Mia Ntahobari, Settlement Worker in Schools

25, Laurelcrest, Road

Brampton (Ontario) L6S 4C4

905-302-2073

Contact person for : Écoles élémentaires catholiques Saint-Nicolas et Sainte-Anne de Milton, Sainte-Marie d’Oakville et Saint-Philippe de Burlington.

Emma Assamoi, Settlement Worker in Schools

25, Laurelcrest, Road

Brampton (Ontario) L6S 4C4

416-475-2787

Contact person for : Écoles élémentaires catholiques Ange-Gabriel de Mississauga, Sainte-Jeanne-d’Arc de Brampton et Saint-Jean-Bosco de Caledon.

Denise Gashagaza, Settlement Worker in Schools

25, Laurelcrest, Road

Brampton (Ontario) L6S 4C4

416-708-4573

Contact person for :

Waterloo & Guelph/Wellington

Léna Abdo, Settlement Worker in Schools

345, The Country Way

Kitchener (Ontario) N2E 2S3

226-751-3245

Contact Person for: Père-René-de-Galinée et Saint-Noël-Chabanel (Cambridge), Cardinal-Léger (Kitchener), Mère-Élisabeth-Bruyère (Waterloo), Saint-René-Goupil (Guelph)

Simcoe-Muskoka

Nerda Samedy Joseph, Settlement Worker in Schools

117 Waterloo Road East

Borden, Ontario L0M 1C0

437-329-7149

Contact person for: Nouvelle-Alliance (Barrie), Frère-André (Barrie), Samuel-de-Champlain (Orillia), Maguerite-Bourgeois (Borden), Notre-Dame-de-la-Huronie (Collingwood), Saint-Louis (Penetanguishene) and Sainte-Coix (Tiny)

Durham