December 7, 2009 - Petit-Rocher|
A literacy centre pilot project was officially launched today in two District 5 schools by the Department of Education and the Caisses populaires acadiennes.
Front row, from left: Education Minister Roland Haché; Grade 3 students Julie Boudreau, Alexia Frenette, Jérémie Fleurimond and Franco Guitard; and Camille Thériault, chief executive officer, Mouvement des caisses populaires acadiennes. Second row, from left: Rose Marie Rochichaud, volunteer partner, Le Tournesol; Edith Landry, volunteer partner, Académie Notre-Dame; Monique Caissie, president, Association des enseignants et enseignantes du Nouveau-Brunswick; Anne-Marie Gammon, president, New Brunswick Literacy Federation; Réjeanne Cormier, project co-ordinator, New Brunswick Literacy Federation; Benoît Perron, principal, Le Tournesol; and Mathieu Roy, community and school development officer. Third row, from left: Gino Godin, chair, parent school support committee, Le Tournesol; Brian Landry, principal, Académie Notre-Dame; Monique Leclerc-Sivret, community and school development officer; Mario Pelletier, chair, district education council, School District 5; (L’Étoile du Nord); and Jean-Guy Levesque, superintendent, School District 5 (L’Étoile du Nord).