Fort St. John
APRIL 25, 2023
Afternoon: North Peace Mennonite Brethren Church, 10816 106 Street Fort St. John, BC
Evening: Charlie Lake Community Church, 12731 244 Road, Charlie Lake, BC
1:00 - 1:40 pm
Worship & Welcome
1:40 - 2:40 pm
- Guiding Curriculum Choices with Q&A – Cynthia Duncalfe
- Tips & Tricks to Boost Learning – Nancy Gullason
1:40 - 3:40 pm
- Meet and Greet Suite – Ryan Titley, Jenn MacDonald, Alison Ellis
2:40 - 2:45 pm
2:45 - 3:45 pm
- Building an Anti-fragile Homeschool – Sarah Wuthrich
- HCOS Learning Commons: Resourcing You for Success – Cynthia Duncalfe
3:45 - 4:00 pm
Door Prizes and Closing Remarks
7:00 - 8:30 pm
- Blessing Our Parents – Regional Leadership Team
- Escape Grad Discontent with Planning and Supports – Ryan Titley
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Do you have a child who can’t learn multiplication facts? What about one that loves to read but writing is a mess? Is your child an anxious learner? Or one that is disorganized? Join Nancy in this session to learn some tips to teach the unique children God has placed in your care so that everyone can reach their full potential. We will cover areas of scheduling, managing time and simple time savers. Many tips are practical, working towards learner independence and easy to implement and make sense for home education.
Come meet your HCOS LS (Alison), SE (Jenn) and Grad (Ryan) support. If you have quick questions, this can be a great place to sit down and meet face-to-face.
Bring your favourite education/school resource to share with others, enjoy a time of visiting, connecting, tea and snacks!
Cynthia has served as HCOS Curriculum Consultant for the past six years and as Coordinator for Chilliwack Community Connections for the past five. She has also taught various ADST workshops for HCOS students in the Fraser Valley. Cynthia and her husband, Darren, have five home-educated children. Before working with HCOS, she was a founder and owner/operator of Cornerstone Learning Resources, Ltd. in Kelowna. Cynthia has a strong passion for education, particularly in fostering a Biblical worldview and educational technology.
Sarah Wuthrich was born and raised in the Fort St John area where she continues to live with her husband, six children ages 7-17, and a smattering of animals. She has homeschooled since 2010 and is passionate about teaching her children and helping others cultivate a lasting vision for this high calling.