Starting a Chapter

///Starting a Chapter
Starting a Chapter2017-05-30T05:13:23-04:00

CPF has approximately 150 chapters across Canada. It’s an impressive feat that we are proud of, but it’s not enough to serve every community and every student who can and should have the chance to reap the benefits of a quality FSL education.

If you are a motivated individual who’s passionate about FSL and your community is not currently being served by a municipal, district, or county chapter of CPF, you may want to consider starting one! Each of our many chapters began thanks to the devoted parents, teachers, grandparents, students, and other volunteers who took the initiative to bring CPF to their community. All of our chapters are entirely grassroots in nature: not-for-profit, volunteer-run institutions that work with the local schools, school board(s), city councils, provincial/territorial branches of CPF, and even provincial, territorial, and federal politicians—all in the name of FSL education.

If you would like to get involved by either joining your local chapter team or starting one yourself, contact the CPF PEI branch. CPF needs volunteers just like you, so make the call and get on board!

Some Sample Chapter Activities

CPF Spring Park Chapter held a bingo in May 2016.  They had the the parents and students make make their own cards with suggested French words.  The words then were called at random and prizes given out.  All the school population was invited.  Spring Park is a Grade K-6 dual track school in Charlottetown.

See the short video:

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