Fraser Cascade families needed for homestay program

Visits can range from one month to full school year

The Fraser Cascade School District is on the lookout for good quality homestay families, willing to house international students in the coming school year.

International stays could be for one, two, five and 10 months, and will be for students ages 10 to 18.

The district has a homestay standards of accommodation sheet, and an application form for those families who wish to experience another culture. The homestay experience will be a chance for families to learn about a different culture, and to share the Canadian experience with their guest.

All homestay parents are required to complete a criminal record check. There is a monthly homestay fee provided to families who participate.

For more information, contact the school board office at 604-869-2411 or email swatchorn@sd78.bc.ca.

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