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Monthly Parent’s Support Group Meetings
Our monthly parent's support group meetings are held one Saturday of each month, except for July and August. Due to insurance regulations, we are not permitted to have children under 12 attending the meeting. Nursing babies are permitted though. You do not need to be a member of our group to attend a parent support group meeting. See Meetings page for this year's meeting dates and topics. See Location for meeting location.
Our group consists of over 200 families from Kitchener, Waterloo, Elmira, and the surrounding area. We meet together regularly to encourage and support one another in our God-given task of educating our children spiritually and academically according to the inspired Word of God defined as the Historical Canon of the Old and New Testaments. We aim to do this by: regular support group meetings; sharing of information and resources; education and social group activities.
Registered members of our group receive:
Inclusion of the member’s information in the KWCHEA phone book
Copy of the KWCHEA phone book for the members’ exclusive use
Privilege of attending field trips
Use of the group library (currently we have over 1000 titles in the library)
Regular monthly newsletter
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If you have questions that are not answered on any of our pages, please contact us at email@example.com
In order to keep our members informed. We publish a monthly newsletter. Messages of new information that is too short notice for the newsletter is sent out on our Infochain. We also provide support through our email group list which is available only to registered members of our group.
Education and Social Group Activities
All of our group education and social group activities are planned and arranged by members of the group on a voluntary basis. Some programs seem to be repeated every year, but there is no guarantee that if a certain program runs one year, it will run the next year. All members are welcome to plan activities for the group.
Some of the programs that have run the past several years have been: gymnastics, symphony concerts, weekly co-ops, games drop-ins, soccer, speech competitions, swimming lessons, pottery classes, art classes, dance classes, judo, art show, skating party, Safety Village, educational programs at local museums, and numerous other field trips.