Author Archives: Diana Stinn

Feast – Mad Scientists

Be sure to register for your spot at the Mad Scientist feast on Friday Oct 20 at NOON! Space is limited! What are feasts important? It is a chance for us to share what we’ve learned over the last 5 weeks of classes, it gives parents and grandparents a chance to be a part of the learning community and it

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School Not Working Out?

Check out a Home Education Program! Phoenix is still accepting mid-year rescue students into our home education program. Unfortunately, the deadline for funding has pasted, you can still home educate! How does it work? There is a $50.00 for first time students. This creates your file, updates the government records and sets up your Phoenix account. You will need your

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Teen Classes Start Wednesday!

TEEN CLASSES start Wednesday! And there is still room! Painting with the Masters – 4 spots available Ball Skills – 3 spots available Health and Wellness – Required for all 7-9 BlendEd teens Write Right – 6 spots available Entrepreneur – 5 spots available Need more info, please consult your teen program guide – TO REGISTER:

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Online Orientation Session – Sept 7

ONLINE ORIENTATION SESSION – September 7, 2017 at 9:00 AM GETTING STARTED @Phoenix – FOR REGISTERED STUDENTS ONLY – This vital workshop cover how the various programs work, what funding and resources are available and how classes (activities) work. We will review parent and student responsibilities and explain the role of your learning coach. You will know hours we are

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Welcome to Blend Ed!

  Welcome! Whether you are new to the Phoenix Education Foundation or a long time member, we wish you a warm welcome as you embark on the 2017/2018 school year. You have chosen to provide your child with a customized program to suit your child’s specific needs, learning style and the 21st century environment. To ensure you and your child

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Changes to Home Ed for 2017

Today from Alberta Education: “In October 2016, Alberta Education released the Standards for Home Education Reimbursement. This document was intended to assist school authorities in determining which parental expenses are eligible—and ineligible—for reimbursement on behalf of students in home education programs. When the Standards for Home Education Reimbursement was released, I committed that the department would continue to work with

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