Community mobilization

Since the introduction of its first pilot projects in four Quebec schools in 2011-2012, the Foundation has become an essential actor in fighting against discrimination, bullying and violence towards children in schools.

As well as helping to fight bullying, our prevention programs assist institutions in meeting bill 56 requirements (Education Act, chap. 19), adopted in June 2012.

Based on the experience from 13 pilot projects during the 2013-2014 school year, the Foundation wishes to extend its presence to a larger number of Quebec primary and secondary schools by implementing its new prevention program. Beginning in 2014-2015, this new program will replace the previous years pilot projects. Details will be released during the next months.

Participating Schools – 2016-2017 School Year

1st participating year

  • École Secondaire Jascques Rousseau, Longueil, Commission scolaire Marie-Victorin
  • École Saint-Antoine-Marie-Claret, Montréal, CSDM
  • École Émile-Nélligan, Repentigny, C.C.Des Affluents
  • Écoles Simon P.Ottawa, Manawan, comission scolaire École Fédéral
  • École Herzliah High School, Montreal, QAIS
  • École Our Lady of Peace, Fabreville, Sir Wilfred School Board

2nd participating year

  • Portneuf Elementary School , Cap-Santé, Commission scolaire central Québec
  • Shawinigan High school , Shawinigan, Commission scolaire central Québec
  • École du Trait-D'Union , Sainte-Thérèse, Commission scolaire de la Seigneurie-des-Mille-Îles

3rd participating year

  • École Kanatamat Tshitipenitamunu, Schefferville, Conseil de la Première Nation des Innus de Matimekush-Lac-John
  • École Mikizicec, Val d'Or
  • École des Cèdres, Laval, commission scolaire de Laval

Our program summary

Each school that participates in our school assistance program or prevention program receives $10,000, which is meant to cover an educational worker’s salary for one day per week, annually. Training and support at the school are offered by l'Institut Pacifique. This amount is directly funded by the Jasmin Roy Foundation. This is directly funded by Fondation Jasmin Roy.

In return, the school receiving the funds must ensure that the selected educational worker be available at least one day per week to devote himself/herself to the fight against bullying, discrimination and violence.

These programs create and maintain an interest in the fight against school bullying within the school and community.

To ensure they are successful, recognized school bullying specialists regularly and jointly evaluate each school assistance program.

Using this approach, the Foundation mobilizes many actors with important expertise related to the fight against bullying around the same goal: to create a stimulating and safe school environment for all.

How to get involved

The Foundation works diligently to increase its funding sources in order to offer the program to a larger number of schools.

Spaces are limited. Your school is interested by our prevention program? You can submit your application for 2017-2018.

In June 2017, we will make a public announcement on our Facebook page and on our website indicating which schools will be selected for the 2017-2018 school year.

Click here to submit your school’s application for 2017-2018

Educational workers testimonies

Titre du témoignage

Titre du témoignage

Calixa-Lavallée High School, Montreal

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You can help us fight against school bullying.

We wish to continue to introduce our prevention programs and to offer them to a larger number of schools. This inevitably requires financial support from the community.

Each program costs $10,000, plus $2,000 in management costs.

The fight against school bullying is everybody’s business. Each donation can make a difference.

Click here to make a donation and help us prevent bullying