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FamilySmart committed themselves over 20 years ago to child and youth mental health. They help children and young people by helping their family and other caring adults. They know children and young people do better when the adults who care about them are supported.
Class School supplies lists for next year are usually distributed at the individual schools at the end of the school year along with Report Cards. Some can be located on Staples School Tools website and can be pre-ordered online.
Staying Active: LOCAL ACTIVITIES OPTIONS
** Links to sites can be found by clicking on the names or images **
Cheer / Parkour
Sparks (ages 5-6)
Brownies (ages 7-8)
Guides (ages 9-11)
Pathfinders (ages 12-14)
Rangers (ages 15-17)
Adults (ages 18+)
The voice of neurodiversity. Neurodiverse youth-run federal charity based out of Abbotsford BC, that aims to erase the stigmas surrounding neurodiversity and help neurodiverse youth across BC make real friendships and gain valuable real-life skills through experience.
Last year, the Canucks for Kids Fund made a generous donation to KidSport for hockey grants in the Fraser Valley. KidSport Mission still has funds available from that donation to help support kids wishing to participate in the upcoming 2023/24 season with Mission Minor Hockey. Grants are available for up to $500 per child for those on limited income. Limited income is defined as those families making under the low-income cut-off as defined by the Canadian Revenue Agency. More info and online registration is available at the KidSport Mission webpage here: https://kidsportcanada.ca/british-columbia/mission/
KidSport will also support kids who wish to participate in after-school sports programs in general. If MSS or the middle schools are running a basketball team or volleyball team, etc. and there are kids who would like to participate but can't because they can't afford the team fees, Kidsport will cover that for those underprivileged kids.
For the most up-to-date information on programs & services, please visit us at: mission.ca/leisure
You can also join our mailing list today for the most up-to-date news and program offerings from Mission PRC!
The Royal Soccer Club, a registered non-profit community organization, is proud to host their 31st annual popular grassroots summer soccer day camps. The program is designed to promote personal development, team building and of course, FUN! Uniquely designed to offer a soccer focus in the morning and a leisure swim with other organized activities in the afternoons to all children aged 5 to 13, the program operates during all weeks in July and August. For more information or to register, visit royalsoccerclub.com or call 1-800-427-0536.
Important Change to the Learn To Play (LTP) Program, if you're interested in registering your son/daughter head on over to our website for more information.
- Organization: University of the Fraser Valley (UFV), Faculty of Science
- Science Rocks! Camps at UFV for young people in Grades 4-6 and 7-8. Fun and exciting science activities exploring physics, biology, chemistry, math, and computer science.
- Summer camps, each with a different and exciting theme
- Abbotsford and Chilliwack campuses of UFV
- web address: ufv.ca/science-rocks
- Contact Dr. Robin Endelman at: firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information
Beaver Scouts (ages 5-7)
Cub Scouts (ages 8-10)
Scouts (ages 11-14)
Venturer Scouts (ages 15-17)
Rover Scouts (ages 18-26)
Floor hockey, bowling, basketball, rhythmic gymnastics, swimming, and track and field programs for local individuals with intellectual disabilities. We also offer FUNdamentals for children with intellectual disabilities ages seven to 11.
Tennis Performance Tennis Academy, Abbotsford
|Fully inclusive summer camp where everything is accessible for children with medical conditions and disabilities. |