Training Night #9 on Wednesday, December 09, 2020
- Chinook Flight – in person at the Armoury
- Spitfire Flight -virtually via google meet
Training Night #10 – Wednesday, December 16, 2020 Everyone In Person
Reminder, before attending any in person cadet activity please complete the ONLINE COVID-19 Self Assessment on the day of the activity from this link or from 638 Algonquin Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron Facebook page or the 638AirCadets web page.
Ottawa Valley Taekwon-Do will be providing introductory classes to all interested 638 Squadron cadets on 12-13 Dec 20. Sessions will be 1 hour long by appointment only. Adhering to COVID-19 restrictions, classes are limited to 8 participants at a time. A sign up sheet will be provided shortly via Google. For more information please contact Capt. Duchene @ email@example.com
638 Sqn’s next marksmanship practice will be held on Monday, 7 December at 1900-2100 (7 PM-9 PM).
Due to COVID 19 restrictions and cleaning protocols we will be limiting each training session to no more than 10 Cadets. If you would like to participate on Monday nights, you must email Capt. Michael Morrisey @ firstname.lastname@example.org with your interest, contact information, and level no later than 1600 hours (4 PM) on Sunday. He will review all the applications and select 10 cadets to attend each Monday. You will receive a confirmation email or phone call to confirm you can participate on the Monday evening. Priority will be given to Cadets who have not had an opportunity to practice yet, then it will be on a first come first serve basis.
If you have any further questions, please contact Capt. Morrisey @ email@example.com
- Cancellation Policy Due to Weather
There may be a requirement to change an in-person training night to a virtual training night or may need to cancel an activity from time to time due to weather conditions. Every effort will be made to publicize the cancellation on the Squadron’s Website and Facebook page no later than 1300hrs on the day in question. We encourage all cadets and parent/guardian(s) to check these two sources for updates. As always parents and/or guardians should use their judgement when deciding whether to venture out on the roads to bring their child to cadets.