The Family Cluster Model offers intergenerational learning for parents and children in Grades 3 – 8.*
- Clusters, which are self-selected and formed, usually consist of 2 to 5 families.
- One or both parents and child(ren) participate.
- Clusters meet monthly in one another’s homes.
- The families in the clusters determine monthly meeting times.
- Adults share teaching, leadership and hospitality.
- Cluster representatives attend planning sessions with the Religious Education team.
- Participation in clusters involves a serious commitment to be present at all sessions.
- Students preparing for the Sacraments must enroll in the traditional classroom instruction program*.
*Students preparing for the Sacraments of First Reconciliation and First Communion (typically Grades 1 and 2), and students preparing for the Sacrament of Confirmation (typically Grades 9 and 10) must enroll in the traditional classroom instruction program.
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