Happy SNOVEMBER! Welcome winter! Living here for 37 years has taught me that the best way to survive winter is to keep active and stay involved. As we transition into winter, I hope you continue to attend these amazing programs. If you have questions or need help finding programs and activities in your neighbourhood, please call Jaimelia @ 250.794.7336 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The weather outside is frightful but the people are so delightful.
It is difficult to fathom that March is already here. Usually March is a shorter month for our programs, but this month we get four full weeks before the spring break. It’s a dinosaur theme for StrongStart and an Easter theme on the WOW Bus. Please come play with us.
The 5th Annual Parent Conference is coming in April. Online registration is now open. Check the links below. There are topics for parents of all ages and stages. The entire conference, including snacks and lunch is FREE.
If you have any questions, please call or send a message.
Please pass this on to anyone who might take advantage of this amazing opportunity!
The Fort St. John Literacy Society is currently looking for participants for the next session of the Family Literacy Program. Participants must be parents of children six years or younger.
Participants decide what to study for – work, school or to learn English as a Second Language. Meanwhile, an Early Childhood Educator and a child minder care for their children. A teacher is available to help the adults with their studies.
The Northern BC Distance Education School is hosting their Ready, Set, Learn event on Friday, January 14th from 2 – 4 pm. Everyone is welcome, especially parents interested in home schooling options. The WOW Bus will be in attendance. Please contact Jeanne Eyre or check out their web-site for more information.
Until recently, I was not aware of the CCRR, the Child Care Resource and Referral centre. I had heard the letters mentioned but didn’t know what they meant. Heather and Moya at the CCRR center are an amazing team who care so much about little people and have already taught me a great deal about what is available in our own community. I’ve attached their November newsletter. Enjoy!
FREE Ready, Set, Learn events are starting around our community!
Ready, Set, Learn is designed to help parents and children aged 3-4 get ready for school Families are welcome to attend events in any school, not just in their home school. Here are some of the events running weekly.