French Immersion Transportation: It’s about Fairness Not French
In response to the recent transportation fee increase for alternative programs announced by several school boards, CPF Alberta has begun the advocacy process to demand a review and modification of the fee structure in order to ensure a single transportation fee for all students, regardless of program.
The Alberta Branch of CPF was founded in 1977 and incorporated as a non-profit society in 1978 in order to promote, support and enhance French immersion and core French programs throughout this province.
Canadian Parents for French Alberta has partnered with the Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages of Canada to present Hello-Bonjour- a free presentation offered to grade 7 & 8 students on the advantages of bilingualism. We [...]
April 5th, 2018|Comments Off on Festival Des Lumières
Festival Des Lumières ! Join CPF Edmonton Catholic on November 30th, 2018 from 5:30-7:30 at École J.H. Picard for an evening of French fun! There will be French entertainment, a Cabane à Sucre, games, bouncy castles, [...]
December 20th, 2017|Comments Off on Proposed CPF Alberta Bylaws
Please find below the proposed CPF Alberta bylaws that continue to be under revision. On March 3rd, 2018 there will be a Special General Meeting held in Jasper, Alberta at 9:00 am at the Lobstick [...]
Congratulations on your retirement, Gail! With me than 20 years of service to CPF nationally and in PEI, we are going to miss your support, insight and enthusiasm for our organization and FSL education. pic.twitter.com/hImBA8TzbW
CPF Alberta pleased to be recognized as a partner in curriculum redesign by Alberta’s Minister of Education, David Eggen. The draft K-4 curriculum has been released today - check it out education.alberta.ca. pic.twitter.com/L268SUEEDO