The Family Place at North Peace Community Resources (NPCRS) has programs to support your family through the winter.Â The best thing about the the Family Place is the continuity of their programming.Â Every event of this poster starts a new cycle in April.Â So if you missed the Nobody’s Perfect Parenting or are interested in Daddy and Me,
February can be a challenging month for young families in our community.Â I start to feel the weight of winter sitting on my shoulders during this month.Â We have Family Day to look forward to this year,
Is self-regulation a term you’ve heard but are not yet comfortable using?Â It stayed there for me for a long time, in the realm of educational jargon.Â Colleen Politano shares concrete examples and strategies of how we can support our children and ourselves regulate in an increasingly stimulating world.
In partnership with Canadian Parents for French, the Fort St. John Public Library is hosting french story time.Â All children are welcome to attend. It doesn’t matter if you can speak french.Â Come for fun and to experience stories in another language.Â We’ll teach you a few words,
The Literacy Day Camp-in was amazing last year.Â It’s happening again.Â January 26th is the big day to sleep over, play games, “roast marshmallows” and listen to stories.Â It’s a whole new way to experience the library.Â Come see if the books really do whisper at night.Â Register your camp site today by calling Morgan at the library.
There will be an information session for parents interested in Kindergarten French Immersion, Thursday, January 24th at 6:30 pm at Central School.Â Registration for all Kindergarten programs starts February 1st, 2013.
Please call the school with any questions or for more information,