School perseverance is everybody’s business!
Every student who stays in school and earns a diploma or qualification is one more young person who has broken the dropout cycle and is headed toward a brighter future.
Let’s help our young people stay motivated at school and keep supporting their efforts through the end of the school year to give them the best chance of achieving their potential.
Let’s use this week to create a wave of encouragement and motivation to carry them along. Let’s show them we’re there for them!
Because with the right support, everyone can persevere!
From February 13 to 17, 2023, Hooked on School Days pays tribute to all the people in young Quebecer’s lives who make a difference. We recognize their crucial role in students’ motivation, resilience, and self-confidence, and we salute their commitment to making perseverance at school a priority. Their congratulations, guidance, encouragement, explanations, sympathetic ear, and support are of great benefit to young people, and indeed to all of society.
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
- Social associations
- Community organizations
- Media and other partners