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Junior School

Book Talk & Treats

The goal of Book Talk & Treats is to make reading fun and to promote a parent-child literacy partnership. It is a book club for students in grades 4, 5 and 6, and their parents. It is held once a month in the library at lunchtime and snacks are offered.


The Junior School choir performs throughout the year at school events, like the Terry Fox Run, the Volunteers’ Breakfast and our holiday concert, as well as at a variety of locations around the city.

Community Service

The Community Service Group meets every week to work on small community projects within the school. For example, students will research ideas for causes to support on Casual Dress Day or help with toy collections

Design & Innovation

Students are provided with opportunities to learn how to use the LCC Fab Lab to make almost anything. The theme for this year is 2020, the year when Montreal will host the international Fab Lab conference bringing together innovators from labs around the world.

Organized workshops are offered in 2D and 3D design, 3D printing, computer controlled cutting, textile arts, coding, electronics, and other Fab Lab topics. Students document their creative process in order to track the development of their skills which will help them earn certified digital badges recognizing their achievements.

Throughout the year, various professionals are invited to work with students and introduce them to new opportunities. All student projects are exhibited at the LCC Design & Maker Fair.

Extra-curricular Programming

A series of fun and exciting extra-curricular activities is offered, including soccer, martial arts, yoga, chess, mad science, Sheltoons cartooning, crafts, drama and coding.

There is an additional charge for these activities, which require a minimum number of participants.

Green Team / Brigade Verte

The Brigade verte promotes green behaviours throughout the LCC community and helps care for classroom pets. Members are actively involved in offering ways in which our school can better promote the 3 R’s: Reducing, Reusing, Recycling.

Junior Coaches

Grade 5 and 6 students are invited to don the whistle and serve as sports coaches and referees for grade 1 and 2 students.

Junior School Pride

Junior School Pride is the leadership team that organizes Junior School events, such as house activities or Halloween celebrations. Students who are interested in being part of Junior School Pride submit their candidacy and are selected by teachers.

Peer Mediators

As Peer Mediators, students learn about conflict resolution and problem solving. They are then able to apply their newly acquired skills by helping to supervise kindergarten students during recess and supporting them in resolving any conflicts that they encounter.

Student Ambassadors

Students are offered a great opportunity to learn all about the school and act as tour guides for visitors and potential new students and their families.

Student Council

Student Council is an opportunity for students in grades 2 to 6 to learn how to write proposals and bring about change. Students are elected by their peers to represent their grade and, in monthly meetings, discuss various issues, concerns or changes that they would like to see in school life.


For those who want to be part of the game without getting in it, timekeepers are valuable volunteers who keep time at various sporting events.

Junior School Choir

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