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The Outreach Network has many schools located across the city of Montreal. Our schools have academic and social programs for students with very specific needs, for more information please contact the school directly.
The latest general news and announcements from the English Montreal School Board for all schools.
October 24th, 2019, Seven Mountainview students and three staff attended a short talk and question period with Lamar Odom. He talked about his challenges with addiction and his recovery journey. This was a unique experience as there were only about 20 of us in the room. Afterwards we got a few pictures and autographs.
Here is a media link from the event:
By: EMSB Communication
The English Montreal School Board is completing the process of installing approximately 2,000 carbon dioxide (CO2) sensors in all schools and centres.
MTo ensure that air quality is monitored in all schools in Quebec, the Ministère de l’Éducation (MEQ) has asked that educational organizations install CO2 sensors in every classroom used for pre-school, elementary, high schools and for vocational training and adult education. Carbon dioxide is naturally produced by human respiration. Normal concentrations of CO2 in indoor air generally do not negatively affect the health of occupants. They may vary based on factors such as the number of occupants, the size of the room, the type of activity involved, the length of time spent in the room and the effectiveness of ventilation.
The CO2 concentration at EMSB buildings will be monitored on an ongoing basis to allow for better management of ventilation in classrooms. A daily average CO2 concentration of less than 1500 ppm may be used as an indicator of good ventilation. The installation of sensors, which is being done as equipment arrives, will allow the concentration of CO2 to be monitored in real time in all classrooms.
EMSB in-school administrators have all been supplied with the necessary information about these devices. Last year the EMSB purchased air purifiers for schools without mechanical ventilation systems. “I would like to assure our entire community that the health, safety and security of our staff and students remains our priority,” said EMSB Chair Joe Ortona.
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.