Back to school for parents Saint-Jérôme QC

The following contains education information you should know about the supplies you need for going back to school. Read on if you or a loved one is already in or preparing to start school in Saint-Jérôme.

Institut Matis Sylvie Leclerc
(418) 838-2525
124 Cote Du Passage
Levis, QC
 
Photomax Inc
(514) 528-7550
1126 avenue Du Mont-Royal Est
Montreal, QC
 
L'Animathèque Centre D'Éducation Canine
(450) 435-0007
750-1 Bd Du Cure Labelle
Blainville, QC
 
Académie Internationale Compétence Beauté Inc
(450) 679-1110
2082, Rue Sainte-Helene
Longueuil, QC
 
Cible Formation Conseil
(819) 758-2300
40 Bd des Bois Francs N
Victoriaville, QC
 
Centre Communautaire de Victoriaville
(819) 758-0629
605, rue Notre-Dame Est
Victoriaville, QC
 
Centre de formation musicale Ste Rose
(450) 628-9336
280, boulevard Sainte-Rose
Laval, QC
 
Uni-Sélect Inc
(450) 641-4736
290, boulevard Industriel
Boucherville, QC
 
Ecole De Joaillerie De Montréal
(514) 281-9922
416 boulevard De Maisonneuve Ouest
Montreal, QC
 
Destination Danse Inc
(450) 622-0405
4054, boulevard Sainte-Rose
Laval, QC
 

Back to school for parents

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By Sally Muscott

(NC)-Back to School means back to school shopping, and if you're not careful, you can end up spending thousands of dollars outfitting your kids for the coming year. Canadians spend nearly $2 billion annually on back to school shopping - is there any way to avoid breaking the bank?

Derek Szeto, founder of Canada's leading bargain-hunting website, RedFlagDeals.com, thinks there is. "Comparison shopping is one of the most effective ways to save money and RedFlagDeals.com gives Canadian shoppers the opportunity to easily find those back-to-school deals."

Before you even start shopping, don't forget about the three Rs: reduce, reuse, recycle. Do last year's soccer shoes still fit? Has Mary grown into her big sister's wardrobe? Even going through a child's own closet to determine what they have and what they actually need - rather than just shopping blindly - can be a huge money-saver.

Once you've figured out what you have, figure out what you need. Create your shopping list as soon as possible so you can stock up on school supplies and other necessities as they go on sale over the course of the summer.

If your kids are a bit older, why not give them a budget to work with? Maybe they want to spend $150 pair of jeans in the store, but if they only have a budget of $175 for clothes, they'll start to realize that they have to prioritize and make good choices with their cash. Letting your child choose where to splurge and where to save will provide the child with a sense of autonomy, maturity, and a great life skill. (A quick budget tip: use prepaid cash cards, which can be loaded with the exact budget amount - and not a penny more).

Credit: www.newscanada.com