To mitigate the uncertainty of a prolonged labour dispute and school closures, many French immersion and core French parents are searching for opportunities to connect their children to extra-curricular activities, day camps, media, and resources en français.
To help connect these families to emerging activities and resources Canadian Parents for French B.C. and Yukon has launched a resource for families.
The goal is to help bring together opportunities for youth to engage with the French language and culture during potential school closures.
“Ten weeks is a long time for students to be away from a classroom,” said Glyn Lewis, executive director of Canadian Parents for French B.C. and Yukon.
For the 2014 BC Strike Resource For Students In French Programs, visit http://bc-yk.cpf.ca/resources/for-parents/2014-strike-resource-for-students-in-french-programs/
“We are encouraging parents to share this resource and tool with anyone who may be affected.”
Canadian Parents for French is a national non-partisan registered charity dedicated to promoting and creating quality French second language opportunities for all youth. CPF B.C. and Yukon is the largest Branch in Canada; supported by more than 7,000 active members and 360 parent volunteers.