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The Alliance Française of Halifax: AFH

A not-for-profit organization, the Alliance Française is dedicated to promoting the use of French and the appreciation of cultures that share the French language in their common heritage. Established in 1903 with approximately 1,000 students and members currently enrolled, it operates as a cultural centre and language school in the Greater Halifax Area.

It is part of an international network of 1,000 other independent Alliances throughout the world. The Alliance Française promotes communication between cultures through an exceptional environment: language classes, lectures, a media library, as well as organizing various cultural activities such as concerts, plays, and art exhibitions which together contribute to create an open cultural exchange.

Students are invited to participate in our cultural events program including art premieres, lectures, concerts, plays and more. Everyone is fully encouraged to enjoy the camaraderie of meeting our francophone members.

www.afhalifax.ca

Nova Scotia Federation of Home & School Associations

The Nova Scotia Federation of Home & School Associations (NSFHSA), established in 1936, is an independent, volunteer, provincial organization, comprised of various parent groups. The Federation welcomes School Advisory Councils, PTAs as well as other parent groups throughout Nova Scotia. Members can be made up of parents, teachers, students, administrators, school board members and others, who are interested in working together for the benefit of all children and youth, at home, in schools and in our communities.

The Federation believes that when parents/guardians are well informed about their children’s education and work with teachers and administrators to bring about positive change, quality of life at school improves for all as well as quality of life in the home.

The Federation, therefore; encourages on-going communication and cooperation among parents/guardians, teachers, administrators, school boards and the community in making decisions, which affect the education system in Nova Scotia. NSFHSA believes in mutual respect and understanding for everyone’s views.

The NSFHSA is affiliated with the Canadian Home and School Federation. NSFHSA is also a member of the Atlantic Caucus which is comprised of Newfoundland, Prince Edward Island, and New Brunswick and is also an education partner in conjunction with the NSTU, NSSBA, ANSEA and FPANE.

www.nsfhsa.org/

Conseil communautaire du Grand-Havre

Le CCGH œuvre dans la région métropolitaine de Halifax depuis plusieurs années. En plus d’agir comme porte-parole de la communauté francophone de la municipalité régionale de Halifax, d’établir des partenariats et de diffuser de l’information, le CCGH développe année après année, des programmes et des services pour la communauté francophone et francophile. Le CCGH gère plusieurs équipes, soit celles de la programmation, du service d’aide à l’emploi et celle pour l’utilisation des locaux communautaires.

The CCGH works towards the overall development of the Francophones and the Francophile community of the Halifax Regional Municipality since 1991. In addition of acting as a representative of the francophone community of the Halifax Regional Municipality, to build partnerships and share information, the CCGH develops year after year, programs and services for the Francophone and Francophile community.

www.ccgh.ca

GénieArts Nouvelle-Écosse

GénieArts Nouvelle-Écosse est un programme provincial qui, outre la possibilité d’obtenir jusqu’à 3 000$ pour l’exécution d’un projet, donne aux écoles francophones et aux écoles de français langue seconde en Nouvelle-Écosse l’occasion d’intégrer des activités de nature artistique dans les programmes d’études et encourage les jeunes à développer leurs facultés intellectuelles par une participation dynamique aux arts.

Le programme invite les artistes à collaborer avec les enseignants, en imprégnant d’art tout le curriculum provincial, et en ayant, par exemple, recours à l’art dramatique pour enseigner l’histoire, à la danse pour les mathématiques et à la musique pour les sciences. En bref, GénieArts Nouvelle-Écosse est une méthode efficace et peu coûteuse d’offrir aux étudiants une expérience culturelle authentique qui s’intègre à la matière scolaire.

Le programme peut financer les projets jusqu’à un maximum de 3000$ ou 70% du coût total. Pour plus d’information ou des idées de projets, veuillez visiter le site web national de GénieArts www.artssmarts.ca/fr/accueil.aspx ou le site web de GénieArts Nouvelle-Écosse www.genieartsnouvelleecosse.ca ou communiquez directement avec l’équipe de coordination au (902) 466-1610 ou par courriel au [email protected] .