Weaving Reconciliation into Homeschooling

Weaving Reconciliation into Homeschooling

Weaving Reconciliation into Homeschooling
with Kathy Mallett

Thursday, November 29, 2018, 7-8 pm
Windsor Park Library, 1195 Archibald (next to Bonivital Pool)
What is reconciliation? Can this concept be part of homeschooling for all ages and grades?  This workshop will hope to answer these questions.

Space is limited.  Spots still available.  RSVP HERE.

 

Kathy Mallett is a proud descendant of First Nation and Metis heritage. Some of her ancestors came from the Orkney Islands in the mid 1700s to work in the fur trade for the Hudson’s Bay Company. Recently retired, Kathy worked for 30 years in the Winnipeg Indigenous community. She served on the Winnipeg School Division as a trustee in the early 1990s and before retiring she was the Co-Director of the Community Education Development Association serving Indigenous and Newcomer high school students in the North End of Winnipeg.  Finally, Kathy homeschooled her daughter for high school, and she graduated from the University of Manitoba with a Bachelors Degree in Environmental Design in 2014.


A MASH Advisory Meeting will take place at 6 pm, prior to this workshop.  Please join us if you are interested in learning more and becoming involved in MASH leadership.  Your energy and ideas are very much needed!