About Us

What we do

The South Peace Rural Community Learning Association is committed to providing and facilitating affordable accessible learning opportunities that are responsive to the needs of adult learners in the Rural South Peace Region.

Whether it’s improving your English, Work Skills, Computer Skills, Parenting Skills or learning a new craft or working on personal fitness, we have a wide variety of courses to interest you. Browse through our Courses to see what you are interested in learning.

We also provide programs in family literacy and offer free tutoring for adults who wish to improve their literacy skills.

Please contact us at 780 354 2656 (admin@sprcl.ca) if you have any questions or suggestions for courses you would like to see us offer.

South Peace Rural Community Learning is a non-profit organization funded through grants from “Alberta Innovation & Advanced Education” to support adult lifelong learning.

Board Members

OUR SPRCL BOARD:

Sheryl Pelletier, Chairperson – Sexsmith Shannon Library

Coree Ladwig, Past Chair – County of Grande Prairie

Sandy Baker, Director – Hythe

Stan Berry, Vice-Chairperson – Beaverlodge, Alberta

Teresa DeWitt, Director – Beaverlodge

Pam Berry, Director – Beaverlodge

Naomi Robinson, Member – Sexsmith FCSS

Faye Dyrkach, Director – Beaverlodge

Shirley Cunningham, Director – Beaverlodge

Teresa Boudreault, Member – Hythe FCSS

 

South Peace Family Literacy

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Family Literacy Information
Family Literacy is.... Talking, listening, singing, rhyming, reading, writing and playing in any language. Cooking and reading the recipes and labels together.

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Program Descriptions
First Steps This program is available to parents with children (0-6 years) that are unable to attend the group programs.

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Upcoming Programs
Rhymes Alive! - Sexsmith Shannon Library Tuesdays, 10-11am April 14 - May 19 Rhymes Alive! - Neighbourhood Resource Centre, Beaverlodge