Children First. We Can.
We are thrilled to announce the second edition of Children First. We Can., on May 11th, 2017 benefitting two great organisations: the Giant Steps School of Montreal and l’École Socrates-Démosthène.
We are proud to support these two great schools that go above and beyond in offering quality educational services to their respective communities.
Giant Steps School is the only educational institution in Quebec focused exclusively on students aged 4 to 21 years diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders.
L’École Socrates-Démosthène is a highly respected trilingual educational institution, founded in 1909 by the Hellenic Community of Greater Montreal.
Hundreds of members of the Montreal business community will gather at this event to show their support and care for children. Several special guests will be present and Senator Leo Housakos will be our keynote speaker.
Your participation in this event will help ensure that these two institutions can offer exceptional services to their students.
We look forward to seeing you on May 11th. @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm, Palace Reception Hall, Laval
Tony Loffreda and Leo Housakos
L’École Socrates-Démosthène is a highly respected trilingual educational institution. Founded in 1909 by the Hellenic Community of Greater Montreal, the school specialises in teaching French, as a first language, as well as Greek and English, with advanced technology integrated into the curriculum. With five campuses located in Montreal, Laval and the South Shore, the school caters to approximately 1,400 students from pre-kindergarten to grade 6. The high-quality curriculum offered by the school assures that the students have an exceptional success rate in preparation for secondary school. Based on the sound pedagogical foundation received at Socrates-Démosthène, the schools’ alumnae continue to enjoy success at the secondary level and ultimately, in their professional lives.
Giant Steps School is the only institution in Quebec focused exclusively on students aged 4 to 21 years diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders. Serving both francophones and anglophones, the school is respected throughout the province’s educational and medical sectors with pedagogical and therapeutic programs designed to promote the achievement and growth of students with autism. The Giant Steps Resource and Training Center supports professionals, teachers, families, and the autism community with their extensive library, access to information and knowledge.