FamilySmart: Help for the Hard Times Workshops
Connect and Learn Fall Events Schedule
Community Schools Partnership Summer Day Camps
Parent Workshop: Preparing for Kindergarten – Separation Anxiety
North Delta Family Day Parade and Festival
Seaquam Multi-Sport Summer Camp
May 31, 2022 6:00 pm – 8:00pm
Sunshine Hills Library (space is limited)
To Register – https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/343262636787
Presenter: Connie Jakab
Please click on the above link for information for a free parenting seminar for parents and caregivers. Connie Jakab, author and owner of Brave Parent Institute, will be sharing her knowledge and experience with depression in children. If you have any questions, please contact Kirsten Hermanson, Manager of Prevention & School Wellness, Delta School District firstname.lastname@example.org
Kids are falling through the cracks right now both in Education and in our mental health system. Both parents and educators need tools, but tools that are rooted in research and psychology for a firm foundation to support the complex needs our kids are facing right now.
What is Covered:
– How to manage anxiety
– How to support kids with depression/anxiety/suicidal ideation – How to bring our kids out of mental health crisis
– How to impact positive behaviour
– How to help hurting kids flourish
Presenter: Connie Jakab has been working with kids falling through the cracks for over 20 years, but the deeper learning she has experienced is with her own son who was hospitalized for depression.
Please click on above link for further details.
May 5, 2022 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm via Zoom
Presenter: Dr. Marvin Krank
City of Delta Survey
Delta’s Social Action Plan – Have your say and complete our City survey.
Please click the link below for information on participating in the Delta City Survey.
End The Stigma Community Forum
North Delta Senior Secondary Wednesday, April 13, 2022 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.
March 8, 2022 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm via Zoom (space is limited)
Presenter: Andrew Neufeld
Registration opens Feb 29th
This fun camping experience happens in French for students and in Frenglish for the parents. Students need this type of experience to identify as Francophone and to feel confident enough to speak in French even if it’s not perfect.
- For kids ages 4-19.
At BC Family French Camp, children from French Immersion and other French-speaking children bring their families along to camp! Parents are free to enjoy camping while their children use their French in a wonderful outdoor setting with their energetic and funny French-speaking moniteurs.bcffc.com
Little Jammerz will be running a free online Glee Club Class for students
that love to sing and perform in Grades 1-5
Students will learn to sing & perform pop songs with cool dance moves.
We focus on pitch, breathing, and performing techniques
The class will be taught live online using Zoom. Please click on the link above for further details.