The Parcours Program has many services adapted to youth and their families. Whether they attend a summer camp, receive school lunches, get homework assistance or take part in a recreational activity, our members come here to grow, express themselves and meet their peers.
Contribute to the academic perseverance and success of youth
Help improve the living environment of these young people and their families
Work to improve social and economic factors for both them and their families.
Extracurricular activities allow us to work with youth in a recreational setting. More than just a way to pass the time, these activities are an opportunity for them to learn, interact with others, and demonstrate their creativity.
When the school bell rings at the end of the day, Te members always have a place where they can go and where they can feel accepted. This program is a great opportunity for them to discover new interests and meet other young people while they enjoy different activities.
Performing arts, cooking, sports, fine art, science, teen nights and various games are just a sample of the many workshops that Te offers.
In addition to our regular activities, Toujours ensemble organized affordable outings for its members during the school year.
A homework assistance service is available every day to help youth keep up with their studies.
- They can use one of 10 computers
- They can access a library with 1,700 books and references.
Academic success takes a lot of ingredients: a calm and inviting environment for homework; the right materials, books and technology; and, above all, support and assistance to stay organized and understand the assignments. This is what our team strives to provide. The homework assistance program also allows our team to aid and support parents throughout their child’s demanding and very important academic journey.
The school lunch service provides affordable, balanced and helthy meals to primary school children at École Lévis-Sauvé and École Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes of the Commission scolaire Marguerite-Bourgeoys. For about $1 per meal, youth from highly disadvantaged families can eat lunch in a structured and safe environment. For some children, this is the only complete meal of the day! This services, therefore, helps them recharge and concentrate better in class. We also developed new activities this year, such as supervised reading and games, to help participants develop their social skills.