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1 / summer 2009 The World Needs Great WomenTrilliumSpring Motivated. Engaged. Joyful. The love of learning begins at The Study. a Trillium Spring / summer 2009

2 Each day at The Study is carefully designed to give our girls a better understanding of the world of tomorrow. Now, more than ever, your daughter s future begins at The Study. THE WORLD NEEDS GREAT WOMEN The world needs m e An independent school for girls (k to 11) offering a fully bilingual experience 3233 The Boulevard, Westmount / Admissions: ext. 229 thestudy.qc.ca Version Client The Study Nom Ann Desert A Publication Trillium

3 Contents Leadership 2 Moving Forward: Our Strategic Plan Message from the Chair of the Board of Governors 3 Educating Today s Learners Message from the Head of the School Achievements 4 Building Lean, Mean, Intelligent Machines 6 Clarity of Thought & Expression 7 Un lien direct Plus: The Biology Club, Music, Theatre & more! Athletics 10 It Takes a Village: Football, Basketball, Rowing & Cross-Country Champs! 12 The Annexe 13 Girls for the Cure Academics 14 Leadership: Student Council & Service Leadership Awards 15 Music Through the Ages 20 Les possibilités postsecondaires 1 2 feature 16 Reality Learning is Learning at its Best Staff 18 Barbara Pappius Celebrates 30 Years 19 Advanced Professional Development 3 Advancement 21 The Graduating Class of It s All About the Girls Message from the Director of Advancement & Alumnae Relations 23 Why Our Girls Zig, While the World Zags Message from the Associate Director of Advancement & Alumnae Relations 4 News 24 Alumnae & Reunion News Trillium spring 2009 Editor Susan Orr-Mongeau, Director of Marketing & Communications Editorial assistant Jennifer Kruidbos, Anita Nowak Editorial support Lise Anderson, Sylvie Bastien-Doss, Pattie Edwards, Elizabeth Falco, Jason Finucan, Anita Nowak, Jaqui Poser, Johanne Yates, Antonia Zannis Contributors Courtney Brais 09, Elizabeth Falco, Kareen Finley, Jason Finucan, Kelly Miller, Anita Nowak, Jamila Oualla, Louise Paquin, Claudia Paoletti 09, Claude Picard, Jaqui Poser, Louis Régimbal, Stefanie Schumer, Wanda Swiderski, Laurie Traylen, Diana-Luk Ye 09, Antonia Zannis Photography Allen McInnis Design Origami The Trillium is published by the Marketing and Communications office of The Study and is distributed to all Study alumnae, current and past Study families, students, staff and friends of The Study. We welcome letters, photos and opinion pieces from members of the community. Material published in Trillium may be reproduced with permission: 3233 The Boulevard, Westmount QC H3Y 1S4, 5 1 Tiana Beaulieu, GRADE 1 2 Claudia Paoletti 09, sports captain 3 technology teacher, Barbara Pappius, with her grade 1 students 4 Susan Orr-Mongeau, Director of Marketing & Communications 5 COVER: TALYA BOISJOLI 10 AND EVA HALABIAN 10

4 Leadership Tradition & Innovation Moving forward: Our Strategic Plan Board of Governors Chair Louis Régimbal Treasurer Brenda Bartlett 76 Secretary Sylvi Plante Members Gaétan Bouchard Scott Jones Barbara Karasek Andrea McConnell Sarah Ivory Stewart 78 Adjunct Lisa Smith Supported by a long and proud history, The Study is currently in the midst of a new strategic planning process. A comprehensive plan, adopted in 1997, introduced major improvements to the facilities, facilitated the growth of the senior school, introduced a community service programme, an expanded after school programme and enhanced communications with parents. In 2003, another plan ushered the development of a 21 st century approach to learning along with a renewed curriculum design, heightened student awareness of the importance of wellness, established an Advancement & Alumnae Relations office, and supported our faculty through professional development. This, our current plan, is being developed through an open process that includes all the school s various constituencies: students, parents, alumnae, faculty and staff, Board members. We are seeking a wide range of ideas and input in order to ensure proper representation as we launch this process. As we chart The Study s future, our responsibility is both to the past and the present. These are challenging times for all schools in Quebec: declining birth rates, restricted access through legislation, and a very serious economic downturn, to mention a few pressure points. We expect the new strategic plan to be bold and forward thinking, building on our current strengths and core values. La vision de l école The Study n a pas changé : nous voulons être une communauté fière, dynamique et financièrement autonome constituée d élèves, d enseignants et de parents qui travaillent tous ensemble pour s assurer que chacune de nos filles exploite pleinement ses capacités, à la fois comme personne engagée dans la société, comme citoyenne du monde et comme un individu qui continuera d apprendre tout au long de sa vie. L environnement éducatif qui règne à The Study reste ouvert sur le monde, multiculturel, et il reflète le vibrant héritage francophone et anglophone qui caractérise Montréal. Et grâce au leadership dévoué d Elizabeth Falco, le Conseil des gouverneurs a l assurance que cette vision repose entre bonnes mains. À titre de président du Conseil, je peux vous assurer que The Study continuera de porter une attention particulière à l attitude de prudence et de discipline qui s impose sur le plan financier, dans toutes les sphères de l administration scolaire, tout en allant de l avant avec notre plan visant à favoriser la croissance et l innovation. C est d ailleurs cette combinaison, l innovation et la vision, qui a toujours grandement contribué à faire de l école The Study un endroit où l on parvient à éduquer les jeunes filles avec autant de succès. Notre plan fournira un solide cadre de travail, bien réfléchi, à l intérieur duquel nous pourrons prendre des décisions éclairées sur l avenir prometteur de notre école. Nous vous tiendrons au courant, au fur et à mesure que notre nouveau plan stratégique se déploiera, et nous comptons sur votre appui pour le mettre en pratique. Louis Régimbal Chair of the Board of Governors 2 Trillium Spring / summer 2009

5 Intersect Here Educating Today s Learners Le changement de saison est une métaphore qui colle parfaitement à l école The Study L année scolaire s amorce dans la frénésie et l anticipation, laissant ensuite la place à un sentiment d accomplissement à mesure que les filles (et leurs dévoués professeurs) commencent à voir le fruit de leur labeur. Et le point culminant de tous ces efforts, c est bien sûr le bonheur subtil, inaltérable, de sentir qu on a franchi une autre étape, et de savoir qu un repos bien mérité se pointe à l horizon. Toutefois, l analogie ne s arrête pas là. En effet, sur le plan symbolique, dans leur évolution sans âge mais constante, les saisons expriment de belle façon ce qui me semble être la principale caractéristique de l école The Study : la synergie qui existe entre la tradition et l innovation. Over the past year, I have had the pleasure of meeting many alumnae in and outside Montreal to discuss girls education in a format we called Le Salon, reminiscent of the social gatherings that flourished in France in the 17 th and 18 th centuries. These intimate soirées provided me with the opportunity to hear what old girls (a term I m beginning to appreciate) experienced at The Study, as well as what they most valued. The common thread, regardless of era, is that the school has prepared young women to become confident, articulate, critical thinkers who engage with the world as leaders in their chosen field of endeavour. Year after year, season after season. Throughout this edition of The Trillium, I invite you to read about how we are upholding this tradition. As a member of The Study community, I am confident you will be both impressed and inspired. Significantly, however, The Study also continues to evolve, taking the best of the past and building upon it to prepare our students for the dynamic, unknowable future that awaits them. In fact, I would argue that innovation itself is a tradition at The Study. For example, our pioneering bilingual and laptop programs are now complemented by new, leading-edge initiatives such as personalized learning (based on advanced brain research) and reality-based learning. To better understand this quintessential 21 st century pedagogy, I invite you to read the feature story on pages 16 and 17. Hodding Carter once famously expressed: There are two bequests we can give our children: One is roots, the other is wings. In the same spirit, I believe marrying tradition with innovation is the best way to prepare a new generation of girls for challenging and diverse post-secondary studies, meaningful careers and purposeful and happy lives. As another dynamic academic year culminates, I am delighted and proud that our girls are ready for the future that awaits them. Elizabeth Falco, M.Ed MBA Head of School below (l to r) Sylvie bastiendoss, director of elementary school; Elizabeth Falco, Head of School and antonia zannis, director of senior school. facing page Louis Régimbal, Chair of Board of Governors, father of Stéphanie 07, pictured here with daughter Olivia 11

6 Achievements left (l to r) Sarah morgan 12 and caroline najjar 12 working with the award-winning robot in the study s new tech and design center made possible through grants as well as a much appreciated contribution from the battat family Building Lean, Mean Intelligent Machines Multiple medals & championship wins Grade 8 and 9 Robotics students won multiple medals at the First Lego League Challenge, a global science and technology competition requiring teams to build a robot that can complete timed missions. Teams must also research and solve given problems, then present their solution to a panel of judges. In preparation for the competition, the impassioned grade 8 and 9 Study students and Science teacher, Ms. Miller, worked tirelessly after school and on weekends engineering robots in The Study s new Technology and Design Centre. The centre features a SMART board and 8 new imac computers as well as drill presses, vices and hand tools. Students program the robots using AutoCAD, Mindstorm NXT software and Bluetooth technology. The grade 9 Study team won the Research Project Category. The grade 8 Study team made it to the Ontario Provincial Championships, where they placed first out of 45 teams in the Teamwork Category! I am very proud of the progress that our rookie robotics team made, said Ms. Miller. Throughout the competition, teams must exemplify the First Lego League s core values: work to find the solutions with guidance from coaches, honour the spirit of friendly sportsmanship, display gracious professionalism in all actions, value discovery over winning, share experiences with others, and have fun! Hats off Congratulations to members of our first-time CRC Study Robotics Team who won five Best Rookie awards and one Overall Second Place Award in the Journal Category: Kimia Amouzegar 09, Corinne Bertoia 09, Anna Cybulsky 09, Shirley Yin Kay Ho 09, Ariel Jay 09, Emilie Michel 09, Adrianna Modafferi 09, Isabelle Richard 09, Annie Saleh 09, Claire Shaw 09, and Ashley Whalen 09. Six awards at the high-level CRC competition For the first time, The Study Robotics Team competed in the high-calibre, multi-disciplinary CRC Robotics competition held at H.S. Billings High School. The Study won the Overall Second place Medal in the Journals Category. They also won the Overall Best Rookie Award, as well as Best Rookie in the following categories: Kiosk, Website, Video, and Journal. The cross-curricular CRC competition challenges high school and CEGEP students and links English, French, computer science, mathematics, art, science, and more. All participating teams were required to engineer robots that gather coloured tennis balls, open six miniature garage doors, and shoot the matching balls through each door in less than five minutes. Teams also created a website that described the steps involved in building their robot, together with an online journal which included the personal experiences during the process. Teams submitted a video showcasing the school and the construction of the robot, and they also built a kiosk, which served as a robot display and repair station. The event also challenged students to apply classroom theory to practical situations and got them comfortable experimenting in the technological world outside of school. Congratulations to our talented Study robotics coaches, Kelly Miller, Anna-Maria Palumbo and Roland Bienvenu for entering this high-level competition! 4 Trillium Spring / summer 2009

7 New Biology Club By Diana-Luk Ye 09 Advanced Biology is a course taken either in grade 10 or 11. Many of us in grade 11 had already taken this course the previous year, and it was disappointing to us that we could not take another Biology course in our final year at The Study. In addition, some grade 10 girls were very enthusiastic Advanced Biology students and they wanted as much Biology as they could get. These motivations led me to talk with my Biology teacher, Ms. Kim Silkauskas, about the possibility of starting a Biology Club. Girls in grade 10 and 11 with a significant knowledge in Biology could join the new group. In order to have their participation in the Bio Club on their report card, each member must participate in at least 75% of all meetings. One of the commitments of membership is presenting at least one Biologyrelated project of your choice. With the guidance of Ms. Silkauskas, the Biology Club was initiated this school year. We, the twenty proud members of this club, have completed topics about the HIV Virus, the immune system, various ecological systems, and common pediatric illnesses. Members of the club acted as volunteers at the Montreal Children s Hospital Mini Med School this past fall. We also presented challenging activities to club members, such as the dissection of a one-meter long shark. Club attacks shark! The dissection of the shark, a project organized by club members, Victoria Di Genova 10 and Catherine Lépine 10, was the club s first dissection. It was a great review of all the physiological systems taught from the grade 9 Biology curriculum. Despite the vulgar stench of the shark, it was a fantastic educational experience. The horizons of projects are limitless when it comes to presenting in the Biology Club! above (l to r) Biology Club shark dissection: grade 11 club members Corinne Bertoia, Jillian Li On Wing, Kimia Amouzegar, and Shirley Yin Kay Ho enjoy digging in. Advanced Technology Filmmakers, Animators & Web Designers in the making When Study Advanced Technology students are filming movies, you will see them working in the hallway, setting up lights and microphones, adjusting the settings on a broadcast-quality video camera, and getting the actors ready to say their lines. Students complete every step of the filmmaking process, from the writing and planning, to video-editing. Computer-science classes are compulsory for grade 7 and 8 students. By grades 9 and 10, girls have the option above (l to r) students, Ariel Jay 09, Madison McLeod 09, and Annie Saleh 09 with their fellow AITM classmates 5 Trillium Spring / summer 2009 of continuing in Integrated Technology Management, which is a prerequisite to Advanced Integrated Technology Management in grade 11. The 21st century learner is a digital learner, said Amalia Liogas, The Study s technology teacher and IT Director. Kelly David 09, is one of the 10 students in Ms Liogas s AITM class. She has learned how to make websites, use Photoshop, PowerPoint, Word and Excel. She has also produced animated shorts using Adobe Flash. For Kelly, making a film is a labour of love. It s challenging, but we ve learned a lot. We use Final Cut and After Effects, she said. We use Illustrator and DVD Studio Pro to make portfolios. Learning information technology isn t just about fun. It s also about learning practical tools for future life and career. A lot of hard work goes into these classes, Ms. Liogas said. When Study graduates go to CEGEP and University, they will easily be able to make presentations that no others can match and be well on their way to advanced media studies should they chose to continue.

8 Achievements Le concours d art oratoire Par Louise Paquin, responsable du département de français Above (l to r) top ranking French public speaking students Caroline Najjar 12 and Sabrina Roy 12 Le lundi 16 février dernier, à l école The Study, se tenait la finale du concours d art oratoire junior (premier cycle, 1re et 2e années). À cette occasion, quatre candidates de la 8e année ont présenté leur discours : Sabrina Roy 12, Sabrina Nolan 12, Caroline Najjar et Francesca Masella 12. C est avec grande fierté que nous soulignons la performance de Sabrina Roy qui, pour la deuxième année consécutive, a terminé en première place, alors que Caroline Najjar 12 raflait le deuxième prix. Mentionnons également que Sabrina nous a dignement représentés lors de la grande finale de l Association des écoles indépendantes du Québec (QAIS), qui se déroulait à l école Herzliah le jour suivant, où elle a terminé en troisième place. Félicitations, Sabrina! Le concours d art oratoire permet aux jeunes d acquérir une expérience pratique dans l art d exprimer clairement leurs idées en public. Les élèves continuent de nous étonner par leur talent, leur imagination, la profondeur de leurs recherches et de leurs réflexions. Concrètement, les élèves doivent rédiger un texte de 3 à 5 minutes (junior) et de 4 à 6 minutes (senior) à partir d un des sujets imposés. Puis, elles doivent mémoriser leur discours et le présenter d abord en classe devant leurs camarades. Les élues de chacune des classes se mesurent ensuite en demi-finales. Enfin, quelques candidates sont choisies pour l affrontement de la grande finale, qui se déroule devant camarades et jury. Un grand merci à Mme Sylvie Beaudoin pour nous avoir rappelé que c est ici, à The Study, qu a été créé le concours d art oratoire, il y a de cela plusieurs années. Mme Marie Françoise Jothy en a été l instigatrice et, au départ en 1990, seulement trois écoles y participaient : Selwyn House, Queen of Angels et The Study. Par la suite, le QAIS a pris la relève. Aujourd hui, des candidats de plus d une quinzaine d écoles y participent. Quelle belle initiative de notre école! Clarity of Thought & Expression By Wanda Swiderski, Senior School English teacher The art of public speaking is highly valued at The Study and merits encouragement, practice and cultivation. Through public speaking competitions, students learn valuable research, writing, presentation, and leadership skills that will serve them the rest of their lives. In autumn, all of the Quebec Association of Independent Schools (QAIS) receive a list of diverse quotations, proverbs and adages from the school that will be hosting the competition at the Junior (grade 7 and 8), Intermediate (grade 9) and Senior (grade 10 and 11) levels. The goal for the students is to prepare a persuasive speech inspired by one of the statements. It is then that the students begin the process involved in developing a speech with passion, substance and logical argumentation. Mastering the art of public speaking In order to understand the context of their selected quotation, students research the author or source. They are then encouraged to come up with an issue they feel passionate about that relates to the quote. In English class, Study girls learn techniques for building a persuasive speech, then research their topic thoroughly to develop the content. Students in grades 7, 8, and 9 prepare a three-minute speech, while students in grades 10 and 11 prepare a fourminute speech. An in-class round takes place to determine the top two speeches from each class. They are then presented at a Senior School Assembly, where judges determine the top speeches that will represent The Study at the final Junior, Intermediate and Senior QAIS Competitions. QAIS Success The Study has experienced great success over the last few years in the QAIS Competition Final Round First Place, Junior Public Speaking Jessica Magonet 2007 First Place, Junior Public Speaking Anastasia Johnson 2008 First Place, Junior Public Speaking Emily Bradeen 2008 Second Place, Senior Public Speaking Jessica Magonet We wish this year s candidates great success as they compete in the finals! 6 Trillium Spring / summer 2009 ABOVE (l to r) top ranking English public speaking students Jessica Magonet 09, Anastasia Johnson 10, Emily Bradeen 11

9 Un lien direct L application des connaissances dans le monde réel Par Jamila Oualla, Enseignante de sciences et Sylvie Bastien-Doss, Directrice de l école primaire Above les élèves de 6iÈme année avec Dr sonya Lacoursiére, Orthodontiste, et mere de Zoe Edger-Lacoursiére 14 et mia Edger-Lacoursiére 17 Bientôt, comme lors des deux années précédentes, les élèves de 6e année se rendront à l Hôpital Général de Montréal pour présenter leur projet de recherche sur le corps humain et discuter avec des médecins, des infirmiers ou infirmières et d autres intervenants ou visiteurs de l hôpital. Malgré leurs agendas chargés, pharmacologue, cardiologue, pneumologue, gastro-entérologue, orthodontiste et chirurgien, autant de parents bénévoles, étaient encore une fois au rendez-vous pour discuter avec les élèves et répondre à leurs questions. Appuyant leur présentation par du matériel et des maquettes de démonstration, les intervenants du milieu ont pu mettre en commun leurs connaissances et leurs compétences pour expliquer aux élèves comment l organe fonctionne, les pathologies qui l affectent et pour démystifier la technologie utilisée pour les traiter. À titre d exemple, les élèves ont pu voir une maquette tridimensionnelle d un cœur, constater de façon palpable les différentes parties qui le constituent ainsi que leurs rôles dans le fonctionnement de cet organe vital du corps humain. Elles ont également touché à différents instruments, comme un stimulateur cardiaque ou encore un ballon servant à débloquer une veine bouchée. Intéressées, les élèves ont posé toutes sortes de questions pour comprendre aussi bien l organe que la technologie qui contribue à le soigner ou à améliorer son état. Il s est établi une belle complicité et une formidable collaboration entre les membres de la communauté de The Study : différents acteurs se sont impliqués pour motiver les élèves à apprendre autrement tout en s ouvrant à la réalité du monde qui les entoure. Ainsi, les élèves ont vécu une situation d apprentissage authentique qui a stimulé leur curiosité et leur a procuré le goût d apprendre et de se dépasser. À travers ce projet interdisciplinaire touchant aussi bien les sciences que le français, les mathématiques, l art et l informatique, les élèves ont été amenées à découvrir, à comprendre et à donner un sens à leur apprentissage. Elles ont également pu situer leurs connaissances dans un contexte social et environnemental, ce qui leur a permis de voir clairement la pertinence et l application de leur savoir. Nous remercions sincèrement l équipe des parents pour leur accueil chaleureux, leur ouverture et leur générosité envers nos jeunes. Dr Marcel Baltzan, Pneumologue, père de Isabel Baltzan 14 Dr Vicky Baffis, Gastroenterologue, mère de Irene Kaloyannis 14 Dr Katia Betito-Kruger, Pharmacologie, mère de Emma Kruger 16 Dr Sonya Lacoursière, Orthodontiste, mère de Zoë Edger-Lacoursière 14 et Mia Edger-Lacoursière 17 Dr Caroline Michel, Cardiologue, mère de Alexandrine Obrand 14 et Alyssa Obrand 16 Dr Lan Truong, Chirurgie plastique, mère de Jessica McDonald 14 7

10 Achievements The Language of Music Above mia calandriello 20 is enjoying the spotlight as she sings in the music room. Below (l to r) playing clarinet: madeleine GÉnÉreux 14 and sharon chee yin ho 14 In the words of Eric Olsen, Music is what life sounds like. In grade 6, students at The Study have the opportunity to learn the language of music through the instrumental music program. The girls choose from a wide variety of concert band instruments, including the flute, the clarinet, alto or tenor saxophone, trumpet, trombone, baritone and even the tuba! They begin their year by learning about the different instruments and trying out their favourites to find the one that suits them best (this also includes a trip to a real symphony concert!) Connecting with the world of music Playing an instrument opens up the doors to many fun-filled activities, including playing in a large band setting, learning a wide array of great songs, writing and creating original musical works, and performing in three major concerts. Students at The Study also connect with professional musicians from the community, in a number of Meet the Musician clinics held throughout the year. Each clinician works with the band as a whole, as well as a specific section of the band, in a focused mini-clinic where students get one-on-one assistance with their instruments. It is a unique opportunity to experience music in a hands-on way, with no previous experience required! Students who choose to pursue music as an option in Senior School have the opportunity to take part in more exciting projects, such as creating and recording their own CD, performing in concerts and festivals, and attending a variety of musical performances. And, each student gets one-on-one assistance with her instrument. 8 Trillium Spring / summer 2009

11 à l é c o l e d e s s o r c i e r s Presenting 2009 Dram Saison d art dramatique La saison s est amorcée de brillante Façon le 29 janvier dernier, alors que la salle Mary-Liistro-Hébert affichait complet. Trois talentueuses élèves de 11e année, Chloé Tait, Ariel Jay et Christine Waldvogel, ont alors dirigé une production très imaginative de The Wizard of Oz. La distribution, composée des filles de 7 e et 8 e années, a saisi avec enthousiasme cette occasion de travailler avec les aînées. «C était une expérience tellement fantastique que j espère moi aussi avoir la chance de diriger des filles de 7 e et 8 e années quand je serai en 11 e», a souligné Tatiana Baizer 13, qui a délicieusement interprété le rôle-titre de Dorothy. Les 3 et 4 mars, des élèves de 6 e année vont quant à elles monter une autre pièce très créative une adaptation de Harry Potter à l école des sorciers en s inspirant des romans tellement appréciés de J.K. Rowling. Cette production, jouée entièrement en français est le résultat d un effort de collaboration. Les élèves ne se contentent pas d interpréter un pérsonnage et de diriger la pièce : elles créent aussi les décors, qu elles agrémentent de projections multimédia, en plus de concevoir leurs costumes. Mieux encore, chaque élève a aussi la responsabilité d une tâche liée à la production, en arrière-scène, comme si elle travaillait dans une véritable compagnie théâtrale, et ce, tout au long du processus des répétitions. Ce sont les élèves des 9 e, 10 e et 11 e années qui monteront la dernière production dramatique de la saison à The Study. Il s agira d un polar créé par la plus grande auteure de récits policiers de tous les temps, Agatha Christie. Ainsi, une distribution jumelée de 16 élèves jouera la pièce The Mousetrap. Kati Kemeny, professeure d art dramatique à l école secondaire, se montre particulièrement emballée par la distribution, de même que par le thé d honneur qui sera servi aux spectateurs dans la bibliothèque de l école, dont le but est de leur faire vivre une expérience spéciale d avant-représentation. The Mousetrap Harry Potter Ladies and gentlemen, girls and boys, welcome to The Study s presentation of f Read more Online! News Archives & Student Showcase Archives The Wizard of Oz The Wizard of January 29, at 7 starring students in grades s une adaptatio Harry Potter à l école Le 3 et 4 mars, à 1 mettant en vedette les élèv The Mousetr April 23 & 24, at 7 pm, pre-show a starring students in grades ni For information and tickets: Pour information et billets : Lecture partagée C est sur une base hebdomadaire que les élèves de 5 e année rejoignent leurs partenaires de la maternelle, dans les classes d anglais et de français, pour des séances de «lecture partagée». À cette occasion, les filles prennent soin les unes des autres et s enrichissent entre elles, développant des relations mutuellement bénéfiques. En plus d aider les jeunes filles de la maternelle à se sentir plus en confiance et plus heureuses dans leur nouvel environnement, cela procure aussi aux élèves de 5 e année un grand sens des responsabilités. Elles tirent d ailleurs une grande fierté de leur rôle de grandes sœurs! Quant aux fillettes de la maternelle, elles reçoivent une attention personnalisée qui contribue grandement à peaufiner leurs aptitudes en lecture et en écriture. Plus encore, les élèves de la 5 e année obtiennent ainsi un public tout naturel, ce qui leur servira bien dans le cadre de divers travaux. Les jeunes filles de 5 e année ainsi que les fillettes de la maternelle apprécient également ces séances de «lecture partagée». Toutes les élèves travaillent à une pléthore d activités tout au long de l année : elles écrivent des poèmes, améliorent leurs aptitudes en compréhension de textes, effectuent des sondages et pratiquent leurs techniques d entrevue, pour n en nommer que quelques-unes. En pratiquant leur français individuellement, les élèves de la maternelle acquièrent de la confiance en leurs capacités de parler cette langue devant toute la classe. «Les filles de la maternelle ont dernièrement mémorisé une comptine. Elles ont pu la réciter en petits groupes. C est une occasion fantastique de créer de solides amitiés tout en utilisant la langue française», souligne Line Benoit, professeure de français en maternelle. above (back) samantha sambrook 15 and mia calandriello 20, (front) anne sophie levee 15 and frédérique savard 20 9

12 Athletics Football Champions By Claudia Paoletti 09, Sports Captain The upcoming touch football season is going to be exciting! On the heels of last year s championship and undefeated season, we have some pretty big cleats to fill. The season is extra-special to me; it will be my last, as I am graduating this year. Playing football for the last four years has taught me a lot. During the 7-game football season, we meet twice a week to practice pitching, interceptions, zone and man-to-man defense. We also develop plays, humorously entitled Funky Town and Stimpy. During games we anticipate, think on our feet, and adapt to the situation because the game can change in a split second. I will be taking Lara De Stefano s 08 place as quarterback. I m nervous, but I cannot wait to get on the field. Football is the most fun sport of the five I play at The Study. Since we are one of the better teams, there is rarely tenseness on the field, just smiles and teamwork. Our coaches, Mona Bosnakyan 02 and Laine Roczniak 02, are both Study Alumnae, and are great! In regular, as well as playoff games, we play four downs with 20 minutes running time. Let the games begin! left Claudia Paoletti 09 It takes a village By Laurie Traylen, Director of Athletics At The Study, we work as a team to promote athletics, physical fitness and sportsmanship. Our program is greatly enhanced by parents and alumnae who give of their time to share their special expertise and ideas. They enhance our staff and help extend learning beyond the classroom. A sincere note of appreciation goes to the roster of volunteer coaches; Lori Baird (mother of Caroline Morgan 06 and Arielle Morgan 08), Suzanne Legge-Orr (mother of Jacqueline Orr 12), Clay Bertoia (father of Corinne 09), Stephanie Michel (sister of Andrea 08 and Emilie 09), alumnae Mona Bosnakyan 02 and Laine Roczniak Trillium Spring / summer 2009

13 1 2 Bantam Team wins GMAA Banner Basketball élémentaire Chaque hiver, la saison de l équipe de basketball de l école élémentaire se met en branle. L entraînement commence dès le retour du congé scolaire hivernal de mars, après les cours et sur l heure du midi. En tout, l équipe comprend 22 jeunes élèves enthousiastes, qui pratiquent les tirs déposés, les rebonds, la défensive mi-terrain et les deux contre un avec beaucoup de détermination. «Leur niveau de jeu s est amélioré considérablement depuis le début de la saison. Elles sont prêtes à affronter leurs adversaires,» constate Susie Levesque, professeur d éducation physique de l école primaire et entraîneure de l équipe de basketball. Le premier tournoi de l Association des écoles privées du Grand Montréal s est tenu à l école Sacred Heart le vendredi 13 février dernier, et nos filles y ont fait très belle figure. D ici la fin de la saison, nous disputerons des matches contre les écoles Roslyn, ECS et Sinclair Laird. L équipe prévoit également accueillir un tournoi ici même, à l école The Study, vers la fin de la saison. Nos filles ont hâte de se mesurer à leurs adversaires à l occasion de ces différents tournois! 1 The Grade 5 and 6 enthusiastic basketball team Row, row, row your boat! By Courtney Brais 09 Whether it is basketball, alpine skiing or even cross-country running, every sport takes a certain technique athletes strive to master. Running up bleachers, sprinting hurdles over hay stacks and then, after a group stretch, running up to Boat House 7 at Montreal s Olympic rowing basin, The Study crew team prepares the boats in order for the real practice to begin. Without a doubt, my fellow team members from grades 8-11 and I are all getting an amazing workout! Starting the first week of April, the crew meets after school twice a week, on Mondays and Thursdays. We have certainly made significant progress since previous seasons, winning Bronze in the Eastern Canada High School Regatta in spring of 2008! Precision, form & strength As I ve been rowing for nearly five years now, I can definitely say that rowing is predominantly about precision, form and well-applied strength. It is unlike any other sport, which might explain why it may take a little longer to achieve success. As we row primarily an eight-man (or should I say woman!) boat, the entire crew must be dedicated to mastering the sport and improving their technique. I speak on behalf of the entire team when I say that between laughing when an oar pops out of the rigger or suddenly having your seat fly off the slide, we all have a fantastic time, collapsing on the docks after a great, hardworking practice. 2 (L to R) Kiara kaminski 09 and corinne Bertoia 09 Cross-Country Ski Champs The Study s Cross-country Ski team enjoyed a great season. Our Bantam Cross- country Ski team won the GMAA Banner and our Midget Crosscountry Ski Team came second overall in the GMAA season! Congratulations to our individual medalists: Amanda Debruyn 09 won the Juvenile Gold medal overall for the GMAA season, and Talya Boisjoli 10 won the Midget Silver medal. In the bantam category, Jacqueline Orr 12 won Silver, Samantha Backman 12 won Bronze and Malika Karasek-Bereza 12 came fourth. 3 Back row (l to r) Samantha Backman 12, Malika Karasek-Bereza 12, Carley Sambrook 12, Mrs. Suzanne Legge, Study parent, Mrs. Lori Baird, Former Study Parent, Mrs Sambrook, Study Parent Middle row (l to r) Jacqueline Orr 12, Corinne Bertoia 09, Amanda Debruyn 09, Talya Boisjoli 10, Jessica Magonet 09 Front Row (l to r) Patricia Johnsson 11, Natalia Villanova

14 Athletics Les élèves de maternelle, de première et de deuxième années avaient les yeux grands ouverts et le sourire fendu jusqu aux oreilles, tellement elles étaient émerveillées et emballées, quand elles ont visité pour la première fois la piscine intérieure de l école, à l Annexe. Couleurs piscine Appuyées et guidées par leurs professeurs, des sauveteurs et des parents bénévoles, les jeunes élèves ont passé tout l après-midi à nager, à plonger et à jouer dans la piscine géante sans vagues. Caroline Lemarbre, superviseure de l école primaire, explique que les activités en piscine procurent aux élèves un nouvel environnement pour découvrir leurs multiples talents. «Qu il s agisse de plonger dans la partie profonde ou de faire des bulles sous l eau, cette activité a permis aux élèves de montrer de nouveaux talents que leurs camarades et leurs professeurs n avaient jamais vus, souligne Mme Lemarbre. Ces simples gestes ont une saveur bien spéciale pour les filles.» Les activités à l extérieur des salles de classe, et notamment dans l eau, nourrissent d autres parties de la personnalité des élèves, renforçant ainsi leur estime de soi, leur capacité d exploration et de découverte. «Mon amie m a montré à nager très vite. J ai encore besoin de pratiquer, mais je sais maintenant comment mettre ma tête sous l eau en respirant comme il faut», raconte Joyce Li 19. BELOW Splish Splash! Elementary students have a blast in the Study s Annexe pool 12 Trillium Spring 2008 / summer 2009

15 Girls for the Cure Raising Funds, One Step at a Time! All Study girls from grades 5 to 11 took full advantage of the sunny September 25 morning and walked to the Belvedere lookout for the Girls for the Cure fundraising event, proudly carrying The Study school banner and the four individual house banners. They joined hundreds of other students from surrounding girls independent schools and together raised a combined amount of about $139, 000, targeted to help fund women s cancer treatment and related services at St. Mary s Hospital. Surprise visit from Olympian Study Alumna Andréanne Morin 98, Olympian and Study Alumna, made a surprise visit to support the worthy cause. Andréanne, a Study grad, a Princeton grad, a two-time Olympic athlete and now a Université de Montréal law student, answered Study students eager questions about competing in the 2008 Olympic games in women s eight rowing. It s always great to visit The Study, said Andréanne. As always, the girls are smiling, inquisitive, and genuinely happy. I cherish the opportunity to be a role model to these outstanding young women, she added. Many thanks go to Girls for the Cure committee members Jillian Li On Wing 09, Corinne Bertoia 09, and Emilie Michel 09, for making the event a huge success! above Study Alumnae, Andréanne Morin 98, two-time olympic athlete walks with grade 6 students f Read more To learn more about how you can help enhance our athletics & wellness programming, activities & curriculum at The Study, please read about The Andréanne Morin Athletics & Wellness Fund on page

16 Academics Leadership at The Study By Antonia Zannis, Director of Senior School f Read more To learn more about how you can help enhance Leadership programming, activities & curriculum at The Study, please read about The Judy Elder Leadership Fund on page 21. Leadership and community spirit are two integral parts of life at The Study. Indeed, one of the first things that impressed me when I first joined The Study, seven years ago, was the strength of the leadership program. In fact, there was no real program per se, with a course description and time allotted in the schedule. Instead, it was a pervasive feeling or spirit, a philosophy that was evident in classrooms, co-curricular activities indeed, in all aspects of life at The Study. Students took, and continue to take, initiative in so many domains. Many of our clubs and activities exist as a direct result of student initiatives related to their areas of interest, their concern for others and their commitment to their school. When Sophine Johnsson 06 was in grade 8 and had a dream to start up a Free The Children chapter, she was encouraged to put together a proposal and find a teacher mentor. Thanks to her initiative, and that of students who followed her, our Free The Children chapter is still going strong. When Tanya Wong 04 decided in grade 10 to run a Model United Nations, she garnered the support she needed from classmates and faculty and realized her dream. Rebecca Hooton 07 wanted to direct a grade 7/8 play. She was encouraged to proceed and we still have student-directed grade 7/8 plays today. One year, Stephanie Claxton 12 wanted to help children who were confined to the hospital, and she organized the preparations of cards by her classmates for these ailing children. When Corinne Bertoia 09 and Jessica Magonet 09 wanted to start an environmental club, they found a staff advisor and forged ahead. The result includes a great recycling center, bicycle racks at the school, a walk to school programme, a composting programme and a national environmental conference with keynote guest speakers such as Marc Kielburger, Elizabeth May and Ray Zahab. Of course, what is important to remember is that what counts is not just the legacy of these ongoing activities. The continued presence of a philosophy at The Study, whereby students are exposed to global issues, are encouraged to think and dream and take initiative is so very important. Whether through traditional leadership roles, or those not yet dreamed of, students at The Study benefit from a truly unique Leadership Programme. Above (l to r) Grade 11 student council members Diana-Luk Ye, Elementary School Prefect, Amanda Debruyn, Sub-Head Girl, Giuseppina Di Lillo, Entertainment Prefect, Amanda Ip, Head Girl, Maria-Olivia Castellano, Secretary, Annie Saleh, Treasurer, and Claudia Paoletti, Sports Captain 14 Trillium Spring / summer 2009

17 Music Through the Ages By A concert Volunteering my time to benefit others less fortunate is enriching, fulfilling, humbling and rewarding. with community impact In Summer 2007, as Mr. Ken Jones, President Emeritus of the Jamaica America Friendship Association (J.A.F.A.), overheard me practicing on piano, he was inspired to contemplate organizing a Command Concert in which I would perform my repertoire, along with talented musicians in Jamaica. My parents and I embraced the idea, and suggested that the concert be organized as a charitable event to benefit children in need. Eleven months of planning and preparation gave birth to the inaugural Music Through the Ages Concert that was held at the University Chapel of The University of the West Indies in Kingston, Jamaica, on July 6, 2008, under the patronage of Congratulations! On January 23, 2009 Head of School Elizabeth Falco awarded the Governor General s Academic Medal for 2008 to Julie D Aoust 08, who was at The Study from grade 6 through graduation. This Academic Medal is one of the most prestigious awards a student in a Canadian senior school can receive. Julie is pictured here with her parents Lindsay and Denis D Aoust on award day. Sir Kenneth Hall, Governor General of Jamaica, Lady Hall and Brenda LaGrange Johnson, U.S. Ambassador. The concert was a resounding Anastasia Johnson 10 success and yielded a substantial profit that helped boost J.A.F.A. s resources for charity and community development. Some of the proceeds were used to create two bursaries for students to attend the University of Technology, while other proceeds financed J.A.F.A. s Christmas treat for more than 150 children selected from over a dozen orphanages. Another impact of my community service was the launch of the lunchtime Classical Concert Series at the U.S. Embassy, created to provide opportunities for young music students to perform in public. Most of all, I am pleased that my contribution is said to have inspired other young musicians, and that due to the success of the inaugural concert, another is being planned for this summer. Being able to share my love of music and inspiring others makes it all worthwhile. I truly believe, more than ever, that the more one gives, the more one receives. Elizabeth Falco, Head of School, is pictured here congratulating Diana-Luk Ye 09 who was recognized by the Quebec Association of Fundraising Professionals as an Outstanding Youth in Philanthropy, an honour bestowed at the organization s 2008 National Philanthropy Day. In the last two years, Diana-Luk Ye has performed over 200 hours of community service and she has recently been selected to participate in the Shad Valley Summer Leadership Program. above Elizabeth falco presents outstanding youth in philanthropy award to Diana-luk Ye 09 left Julie D Aoust 08 with parents, Mme Lindsay D Aoust and M denis D Aoust 15

18 feature Reality Reality-based learning is learning and reflection through authentic experiences. At The Study, the outside world becomes the classroom: there, students connect with members of the local community and experts in the field to help solve real-life problems. The realitybased curriculum design results in highly motivated, engaged and joyful students, profound learning and the true development of creativity, critical thinking and teamwork. Learning is Learning at its Best By Lin Stranberg For a marketing-savvy group of grade 9 Study students, the possibility of a trip to China this spring presents more than an opportunity to sample another culture. If their project moves forward quickly enough, they could find themselves involved in a JiangMen Trade Fair, launching a Quebec product in the Chinese marketplace for the first time. Either way, they ll experience the challenge and learning of a venture in global entrepreneurship. Analyzing the strengths and weaknesses of math games and working with a manufacturer to invent one of their own redefines how grade 1 girls are learning math. When grade 11 law students act as crown and defense attorneys in moot law, they prepare legal cases and plead them before a judge of the Superior Court of Quebec. And in grade 6, girls bring their medical learning and awareness to the community with information and prevention booths in the lobby of the Montreal General Hospital. The process is an important part of the learning This is reality-based learning, the latest in a long tradition of pedagogical innovations at The Study that began with the school in It marks another breakthrough first among Montreal area independent girls schools: first bilingual school, first laptopequipped school, first wireless school, and now, first to lead with reality-based learning. When students work on projects related to the world around them, it takes on deeper meaning; as a result, the learning they experience is much more profound. The projects are fluid, dynamic and unpredictable, as real-life situations usually are, and students learn to manage any problems and opportunities that might arise: the process is an important part of the learning. With 19 reality-based learning projects underway at all levels, The Study is reinventing school for the 21st century. The Study s intentional approach Education for the 21st century promotes more durable learning with which girls can face the future confidently, no matter how the world is changing around them, says Head of School, Elizabeth Falco. We design reality-based learning not for the bells and whistles, or because we know the projects are fun and exciting, but because it s leading-edge pedagogy supported by solid research, which our faculty translates into their daily practices in the classroom. Ours is a very intentional approach. Young people learn far better when the learning is relevant to the real world, adds Claude Picard, The Study s Director of Academics. Education is demanding. We re discovering so much more about the brain and learning, and the knowledge base is changing at a frantic pace. At The Study, we make it a priority to keep on the leading edge of brain-based research and practice. 16 Trillium Spring / summer 2009

19 engaged. motivated. joyful. LEFT grade 1 student, tiana beaulieu, in lab, CENTER TALYA BOISJOLI 10 AND EVA HALABIAN 10 RIGHT Marie-Geo Sato 16 Qualities & values girls can rely on Designed to prepare today s students to navigate an uncertain and rapidly changing world, 21st century learning is focused on skills rather than information acquisition, competencies along with content. Girls learn not only skills, but qualities and values they can rely on, no matter how the world changes around them. Among these, Ms. Falco cites creativity; critical thinking; source judgment; analysis and synthesis; teambuilding; emotional intelligence; selfreflection; communication; and conflict resolution. The Study is lucky enough to be a small school with an engaged staff and the drive and agility to stay on top of learning. These advantages enable the school to readily embrace changes proposed to the Quebec curriculum, adhering to the courses connected to the Ministry of Education while using their flexibility to choose others. Every course on the curriculum is a careful fit, selected to align with The Study s intentional approach. Our faculty is motivated to understand and apply what needs to be taught at each level, Ms. Falco says. The great thing about this group of teachers is that they re intellectual; they understand the whys behind what they do and enjoy the academics around it. They re dedicated to teaching and love kids, so it s natural for them to want to make the best learning available to their students. They really care, and that s powerful. Concordia MBA Programme takes part in a Study project The Study s reality-based learning innovations are generating enthusiasm not only among students and teachers, but the companies and institutions with whom they re connecting. When The Study approached Concordia University regarding the grade 9 s Quebec-China marketing initiative, Dr. Alan Hochstein, Associate Dean, MBA Program at the John Molson School of Business (JMSB), was happy to get the call: We knew right away we wanted to participate, and we re thrilled to be part of this amazing project. The emphasis of the MBA program is to work more closely with the community, and this project qualifies as a special internship for which students will get a course credit. Under the direction of Dr. Christopher Ross, a full marketing professor at JMSB, the MBA students are now working closely with The Study s young entrepreneurs. We re a business school, and this is business. It s a win for everybody, says Dr. Hochstein. Helping students become global citizens Reality-based learning is emblematic of the approach to learning that keeps The Study at the forefront of pedagogy in Montreal, as the school upholds its proud history of innovation by living, learning and leading for the 21st century. Ms. Falco puts it well: We design our curriculum with the intention of enabling our students to develop skills that will serve them as global citizens in a world no one can foresee. 17

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