About the First Nations Parents Club
The First Nations Parents Club was created to acknowledge and support the key role of parents in ensuring educational success for their children. It provides parents with information, support, and rewards for their efforts. This initiative involves the organization of locally-based Parents Clubs in First Nations communities in British Columbia.
The First Nations Education Steering Committee and the First Nations Schools Association jointly coordinate the First Nations Parents Club, which has approximately 80 member clubs across the province.
- Learn how to start a First Nations Parents Club
- Find a Parents Club near you
- Update your Club membership with the annual contact form
First Nations schools! Do you already have a parent advisory group or PAC? If they sign up with the First Nations Parents Club, not only will they get club resources like the calendar, newsletter and items to use to recognize the efforts of parents, they may also qualify for the annual Parents Club grant to support club activities and guest speakers.
What is your club up to? Send us an update and we’ll send your club books, board games or other items that you can use to promote your club locally. Email us
Reminder: Parents Club Project Grant final reports due April 12, 2017.
Parents Club Conference
Thank you to everyone who participated this year!
— FNESC (@FNESC) March 15, 2017
Thanks to everyone who contributed photos for the Parents Club Calendar! The calendars have now been distributed to all of the clubs.
Contact Barb O’Neill at firstname.lastname@example.org
Find parent resources for Advocacy, Attendance and Post-Secondary as well as past Parents Conference presentations on the Resources Page…