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Important Information Regarding Back to School January 18, 2022 

Dear Students,

With the in-person return to class on Tuesday, January 18, the goal in our centers is to maintain services as much as possible while respecting health measures and ministry directives as much we possibly can.  This will require us to be patient, collaborative and flexible.  The purpose of this communication is to give you the necessary information related to the reopening of our centres.

Sanitary Measures in our Centres

Students should wear masks at all times when in the building and should be distanced as much as possible when eating or drinking.

  • The regular timetable will be followed both at CDC Vimont and Lachute
  • Students will have access to the cafeteria during lunch time and are encouraged to take breaks outside if the weather is permitting. Students will not be permitted to eat in classrooms.
  • Our centres continue the regular cleaning and disinfecting of high-touch points

 Isolation of Adult Education (AE) Students 

If you have symptoms similar to COVID-19 and you are double vaccinated, you must isolate for 5 daysAfter 5 days, you can return to class if the following 2 conditions are met:

  1. If symptoms have improved or you are symptom-free
  2. If you have not had a fever in 24 hours.

If one of these 2 conditions are not met, you must continue to isolate for 5 more days.

If the 2 conditions are met, for the next 5 days, you can return to school and must wear a mask at all times and respect the distancing of 2 meters as much as possible.

If you have COVID-19 like symptoms and are not double vaccinated, you must isolate for 10 days.

Isolation of household/home contacts

Given the high rate of virus spread between home contacts and a person with COVID-19 symptoms is considered a positive person (even without confirmation by a test), all household contacts of a person with COVID-19 symptoms must isolate from the beginning of symptoms.

  • Contacts 12 years of age and older who are not double vaccinated should isolate for 10 days.
  • Contacts 12 years of age and older who are double vaccinated should isolate for 5 days. If they do not develop symptoms, they can then go about their usual activities, wearing the mask and respect social distancing of 2 meters as much as possible for the following 5 days.
  • Contacts under the age of 12 must isolate for 5 days and it is recommended they have a negative rapid auto-test result before returning to school

Contacts who develop symptoms should remain in isolation 5 days following the start of their own symptoms and follow the instructions that apply to COVID cases. There is no need to prolong the isolation of other household contacts who do not have symptoms.

We look forward to welcoming our students back. Should you have any questions, please contact the centre.



We are so glad that you have taken the first step in the pursuit of your education by visiting our website. At CDC Vimont, we ensure that you are set up for success by providing a supportive, respectful and inclusive environment.

We offer our students an individualized schedule, either full-time or part-time. Our customized approach sets us apart from other adult education centres because we provide each learner with the opportunity to learn at their pace and unique developmental style.

We are easily accessible,  and we are the only English adult education centre in the Laval/Lanaudiere/Laurentian  region.  In addition, we have onsite guidance counsellors who provide professional advice regarding your personal learning profile and options.

As long as you are 16 years of age or older we have the program to support your needs and lifestyle. Are you thinking about completing your high school degree? Are you already a high school graduate who wishes to obtain academic prerequisites for CEGEP or Vocational training? Do you want to improve your English or French language skills?  Whatever your situation, we have the service and program for you. At CDC Vimont we know that we can help you accomplish your goals and dreams.

A Word from our Director and Teachers !


Contact Information

CDC Vimont 450.688.2933, ext 3105 or 1.877.688.2933

 CDC Lachute  450.562.3721 or 1.877.688.2933


CDC Vimont

Christina Shousha Centre Director ekelly@swlauriersb.qc.ca
Carmela Alaimo School Organization Technician calaimo@swlauriersb.qc.ca
Anna Maria Pizzi School Secretary apizzi@swlauriersb.qc.ca
Luc Brunelli Reception lbrunelli@swlauriersb.qc.ca
Marysia Karlsbad Office Agent mkarlsbad@swlauriersb.qc.ca
Wendy Wootten Guidance Counsellor wwootten@swlauriersb.qc.ca
Kailey Rombola Guidance Counsellor & SARCA representative krombola@swlauriersb.qc.ca
Alexandra Rachita Pedagogical Consultant arachita@swlauriersb.qc.ca
Genevieve Ducharme Special Ed. Consultant – Transition & SIS gducharme@swlauriersb.qc.ca

Phone: 450 621.5600 ext. 1307

Marianne Calderone Student Supervisor Exams mcalderone@swlauriersb.qc.ca

 CDC Lachute  450.562.3721

Eileen Kelly Centre Director ekelly@swlauriersb.qc.ca
Sandra Thibault  Administrative Technician sthibault@swlauriersb.qc.ca

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Two centres to better serve you! 

CDC Vimont

2100 boul des Laurentides, Laval, (QC) H7M 2Y6

T. 450 688.2933 ext 3105 or 1 877 688.2933

F. 450 663.1290


CDC Lachute

67 rue Harriet, Lachute (QC)

T. 450 562.3721

F. 450 562.5738