ACT-i-Pass May Newsletter
Hello ACT-i-Pass Participants,
We hope everyone has been doing well during these difficult times. We want to take a moment to share some exciting news about the ACT-i-Pass! Since the current grade 5 students missed out on ACT-i-Pass activities due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our service providers have been kind enough to extend the programming to grade 6 students in the 2021-22 year! For those who registered for the 2020-21 ACT-i-Pass, we will be sending you a 2021-22 pass to the address provided on your registration form. If your address has changed, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will update your mailing address.
The 2021-22 ACT-i-Pass year starts at the beginning of July. We will begin mailing the 2021-22 passes at the end of June, and we are going to mail the passes as soon as we can.
ACT-i-Pass during COVID-19
Our service providers have protocols in place to help everyone stay safe during activities. As COVID-19 protocols at service providers change over time, please make sure you look at the ACT-i-Pass website and service provider websites to learn about the activities are available, the protocols in place, and if registration before attending activities is necessary.
Are you following us on social media?
Do you know any children currently in Grade 4 or 5 that live in London or attend a school in London?
Please let them know about the ACT-i-Pass program so they can join in on the fun as well! Registration for the 2021-22 year is now open!
Our friends at the Human Environments Analysis Laboratory are looking for parents and children in grades 4 to 8 to participate in a research study about how children travel to and from school. For more information or to sign up visit https://theheal.ca/activeschooltravel.
Please refer to these resources for more information on the ACT-i-Pass program:
Instructions on how to use your ACT-i-Pass
ACT-i-Pass Frequently Asked Questions
Boys & Girls Club Registration From
YMCA Registration Form
YMCA Schedules: Centre Branch, Stoney Creek, Bob Hayward, Bostwick