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.
More Club News
- Parents Club Grants registrations for 2021-2022 will be due October 31, 2021 and grant applications will be due November 15, 2021. Dates tentative and subject to change. To be eligible for the grants, clubs must have a confirmed association with a BC First Nation community (Band) or First Nations school. For details contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- FNESC and FNSA have prepared the following resource, Suggestions for Families: Supporting Learning at Home, to share ideas intended to help families provide learning opportunities for their children. Families are encouraged to use and adapt these suggestions as they see fit.
- We are always photos for the next Parents Club Calendar! Please email them and include the image consent form ( or adult consent form or Student Consent Form). There are prizes for participating clubs.
- Learn how to start a First Nations Parents Club or update Update your Club membership with the annual contact form (required each year).
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
The First Nations Education Steering Committee and the First Nations Schools Association are the coordinators of the First Nations Parents Club.