The Fédération des parents francophones de l’Alberta offers various workshops for school councils. These modules were created to form and inform school council members and to help with the overall performance of the council. The modules offer tips and resources that aim to help members.
To see the list of our workshops: CLICK HERE
Mr. Caron is familiar with the implications and challenges that parents face, having been himself involved in the school council of Maurice-Lavallée School. He also chaired the first school council of Joseph-Moreau School. His passion for the democratic functioning and management by parents was also assessed at the daycare CEPP where he served as President and Treasurer. He holds a M.Sc. in Economics from the University of Sherbrooke in Quebec. In addition to his work for the FPFA, Mr. Caron is also a lecturer at Centre Collégial de l’Alberta.
Mireille Peloquin graduated in Human Resource Management from the University of Grant McEwan in 2011, and works for Alberta’s Francophone community for over 15 years. She spent the first nine years ACFA Lethbridge, then provincial Secretariat six years and now CEO of the FPFA and IGLF. Experiences vary from project officer at school commissioner, through cultural activities and fundraising. She led the creation of tools and training for all volunteers and staff of the Francophone associations in Alberta.
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