May 7, 2013

WHAT?                Official opening of multisensory room

 As part of Catholic Education Week activities, École St-Charles Borromée will celebrate the official opening of its new multisensory room. The Snoezelen room was created through the efforts of educators Denise Anderson and Francine Lagrandeur who wanted to create a room for special needs students and support them in their learning. Through its design, the room places the person with special needs in a soothing and stimulating environment, the "Snoezelen room". These rooms are specially designed to deliver stimuli to various senses.


Through the support of the Club Alidor, several community partners and the school staff, the creation of this room became a reality. École St-Charles Borromée is now equipped with a Snoezelen room and can offer special needs students a soothing space to grow and learn.



Wednesday, May 8 At 10 a.m.



École St-Charles Borromée

22 Ste-Anne St.

St-Charles (Ontario)



Paul de la Riva

Communications and Community Development Coordinator

Conseil scolaire catholique du Nouvel-Ontario

705 673-5626, ext. 294

705 677-8195 – cell phone