Kings County

Community Adult Learning Program (CALP): Saint John Kings Adult Learning Inc.

Various Locations, Kings County, NB

CALP Academic Program: Provides free literacy and GED preparation classes for adults (18+) on a continuous entry basis. CALP is accessible in over 100 communities throughout NB and in both official languages.

Digital Literacy Program: Provides introduction of basic digital skills to enable adult learners to participate fully in an increasingly digital society. The Digital Literacy Program is available in both official languages to existing adult learning groups.

506-333-5480
Email
Website: https://sjkingsadultlearning.ca/index.html

Connections 2 Learning

Rothesay and Saint John, NB

Connections 2 Learning is a multi-sensory program (Orton Gillingham) that is beneficial for struggling readers or for those diagnosed with dyslexia. The program includes a variety of multi-sensory activities, direct instruction (1:1) and leveled activities books.

26 Pettingill Road
Quispamsis, NB, E2E 0R5
506-650-5057 or 506-609-4443
Website: https://connections2learning.com/

Havelock Boys and Girls Club

Havelock, NB

Boys and Girls Clubs offer a safe, enriching, and fun place to go when school is out, with programs available and affordable to all children. Boys and Girls Clubs are managed by experienced career professionals trained in youth development. Over 14,000 volunteers nationwide assist club staff in providing positive role models for our young people.

13 Cross Street
Havelock, NB, E4Z 5E8
506-534-8298
Email

Hampton Alliance for Lifelong Learning

Hampton, NB

The Hampton Alliance for Lifelong Learning is a charitable community association dedicated to providing information and educational resources and supports to parents and caregivers of young children in Hampton and surrounding areas.

978 Main Street (Lower Level of St Paul’s Presbyterian Church Hall)
Hampton, NB  E5N 6N3
506-832-5665
Email
Website: www.hamptonalliance.ca/

Kings County Family Resource Centre

Sussex, Hampton, Bellisle, Wickham & Kingston, NB

Family Resource Centres provide programs, services and resources for families with children 0-6 years old. Centres may differ in the services and programs they offer, depending on the needs of their communities.

617 Main St
Sussex, NB, E4E 7H5
506-433-2349 (Toll Free: 1-800-573-8800)
Email
Website: http://www2.frc-crf.com/sussex/

KV3C – Kennebecasis Valley – Community, Capacity, Children

Rothesay, NB

KV3C consistently runs playgroups, ‘baby wonders’, parent series and summer programs for families with children aged 0-5 years in the Kennebecasis Valley. Contact the centre for information on scheduling.

Bill McGuire Memorial Center
95 James Renforth Dr
Rothesay, NB, E2H 1K7
506-849-7266
Email
Website: www.kv3c.ca

New Brunswick Public Library Service

Various Locations, Kings County, NB

The New Brunswick Public Library Service provides access to books, CDs, DVDs, and online resources including downloadable eBooks and audiobooks. Programs and services include story hour, public lectures, reference services, interlibrary loan and public access workstations. Visit one of the sixty-three libraries or three bookmobiles to learn more. Local Kings County Libraries:

Kennebecasis Public Library:
1 Landing Crt.
Quispamsis, N.B., E2E 4R2
506-849-5314
Email

Sussex Regional Library:
46 Magnolia Ave.
Sussex, N.B., E4E 2H2
506-432-4585
Email

Sussex and Area Early Intervention

Sussex area, Havelock, Hampton, and Cambridge Narrows. NB

This is a home-based support and teaching program designed to give children a good start in life. Parents are offered guidance and information on child development and parenting skills. The program is designed to help children optimize their development and become school-ready. An extensive resource library is also available for families. This is a targeted program intended to promote attachment and child development.

717 Main St, Unit 2
Sussex, NB, E4E 7H7
506-432-4590
Email

Workplace Essential Skills

Various Locations, Kings, Queens, and Sunbury Counties, NB

Workplace Essential Skills (WES) training is based on the nine essential skills: Reading, Writing, Numeracy, Oral Communication, Document Use, Computer Use, Thinking Skills, Continuous Learning, Working with Others. The WES team is able to assess workplace needs, develop customized training specific to the needs of the workplace and employees, provide training resources, and measure the achievement of training objectives.

Regional Coordinator
506-658-6610
Email
Website:https://www2.gnb.ca/content/gnb/en/services/services_renderer.200971.Workplace_Essential_Skills_Program_(WES).html