For a better future, perseverance is always in the present tense!
School perseverance is a group effort!
Teachers who guide, relatives who congratulate, employers who support, friends who listen, or coaches who motivate – these seemingly minor everyday actions have a major impact on young people’s perseverance at school and educational success.
When we encourage, listen to, support, and guide our young people, their determination and perseverance shines through.
Let’s give them what they need to believe in their dreams, unlock their potential, and persevere.
For a better future, perseverance is always in the present tense
From February 12 to 16, 2024, please join us for the 20th edition of Hooked on School Days (HSD) in Quebec. In Estrie, we celebrate our 15the anniversary! HSD has grown over the years into a can’t-miss event. Its enduring goal is to remind us of our vital role in motivating young people and helping them persevere. Whether individually or collectively, our actions encourage young people from early childhood to adulthood to stay in school.
Our actions, A + in their success!
Each of our actions is a + for the school perseverance and educational success of our young people. Whatever their path or starting point, we all have a responsibility to support, guide, and encourage young people.
Our efforts will help them persevere and succeed, and society as a whole will benefit over the long term.
Who can participate in HDS?
The HSD highlight the tangible gestures we can all make to encourage young people at various stages of their lives – from early childhood to young adulthood – to stay in school and achieve educational success. Who can make a difference in young people's success?
Youth, their parents and their family (brothers, sisters, grandmothers, grandfathers, etc.)
School milieu: teachers, school administrators, professionnals, support staff
Early Childhood milieu
Local and regional leaders
Media and other partners