YMCA Spring Guide-2024

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KAMLOOPS Y .CA Downtown Y 250-372-7725 CCRR-Early Years 250-376-4771 Mental Wellness 250-376-4771 ext 122 Women’s Emergency Shelter 250-374-6162 Youth Employment Services 250-377-3670 YOUR 2024 SPRING GUIDE YOU ALREADY BELONG HERE



for 2024

Bene fits of Choosing a CISKD School

• Low student to Academic Staff Ratio

• Loving and Caring Communit y

• Wide & Varied BC Curriculum

• Individualized Education

• Individualized Education

235 Poplar Street , K amloops




• Spor ts & Integrated Athletics

• Fantastic E x tracurricular Activities

• Accessible Staff

• Specialized PE , French & Music Teachers

• Accessible Staff

205 Columbia Street , K amloops

Ph: 250-372-5452 ex t 201 sberdusco@st-anns

205 Columbia Street, Kamloops


Independent Scho K amloops Diocese
St. Ann’S AcAdemy HigHScHool
Columbia Street, Kamloops Ph: 250-372-5452 office@st-anns.ca
ADE 8-12 Accepting Students of all Faiths Check them out on the socials! KINDERG AR TEN TO GR ADE 7 • Accepting Students of All Faiths our lAdy of PerPetuAl HelP elementAry
Poplar Street , K amloops Ph: 250-376-2343 office@olphschool.ca St. Ann’S AcAdemy elementAry
250-376-2343 ext 603 inquirychildcare@olphschool.ca
.ca *Par ticipants in the BC government ’s fee reduction initiative for children in daycare • A ccepts subsid y
Preschool • Kinder Prep
Full Day Childcare under 36 months
Full Day Childcare 36 months to School Age • Preschool • Kinder Prep • Full Day Childcare 30 months to School Age • Before and After School Care CISK D Catholic Independent Scho K amloops Diocese Accepting Admissions for 202 Bene fits of Choosing a CISKD School
Low student to Academic Staff Ratio
Loving and Caring Communit y
Wide & Varied
BC Curriculum
Spor ts & Integrated
Fantastic E x tracurricular Activities
St. Ann’S AcAdemy HigHScHool 205 Columbia Street, Kamloops Ph: 250-372-5452 office@st-anns.ca GR ADE 8-12 Accepting Students of all Faiths Check them out on the socials! KINDERG AR TEN TO GR ADE 7 • Accepting Students of All Faiths our lAdy of PerPetuAl HelP elementAry
Specialized PE , French & Music Teachers
Poplar Street , K amloops Ph: 250-376-2343 office@olphschool.ca St. Ann’S AcAdemy elementAry
Columbia Street, Kamloops Ph: 250-372-5452 office@st-anns .ca O L P H C H I L D CA R E C E N T R E 235 Poplar Street , K amloops Ph: 250-376-2343 ext 603 inquirychildcare@olphschool.ca SA A DAY CA R E C E N T R E
Columbia Street , K amloops Ph: 250-372-5 452 ex t 201 sberdusco@st-anns .ca *Par ticipants in the BC government ’s fee reduction initiative for children in daycare • A ccepts subsid y • Preschool • K inder Prep • Full Day Childcare under 36 months • Full Day Childcare 36 months to School Age • Preschool • K inder Prep • Full Day Childcare 30 months to School Age • Before and After School Care CISK D dep endent Scho ols o op s Dio c e se mis sions for 2 024 -2 025 o osing a CISK D Scho ol atio • Spor t s & Inte grated Athletic s
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Spec ialized PE , French & Music Teachers Check them out on the socials! ADE 7 • Accepting Students of All Faiths l HelP oop s a St. Ann’S AcAdemy elementAry 205 Columbia Street, Kamloops Ph: 250-372-5452 office@st-anns .ca N T R E oop s 03 ool.ca SA A DAY CA R E C E N T R E 20 5 Columbia Street , K amloop s Ph: 250-372-5 4 52 ex t 201 sberdusco@st-anns .ca
reduction initiati ve for children in daycare • A ccept s sub sid y s l Age
Pre school • K inder Prep
Full Day Childcare 30 months to School Age
Be fore and After School Care

Gathering place for community


serve those in our community that need us most.

With your valuable membership support and ongoing commitment, we are providing child care support for women and children fleeing domestic violence; assisted memberships to those of limited financial means; mental wellness programs for those struggling with anxiety or other mental wellness challenges; youth employment program; and many more vital services that are so needed in our community.

is committed to building a community of healthy, confident and connected children, youth, adults, and families.


Everyone feels healthier in a supportive community Health and well-being at the Y is so much more than working out. You will find all the ingredients for success at your Kamloops Y:

• A place where your family always feel welcome and secure

• Affordable pricing

• Hours that fit into your busy schedule

• Friendly, supportive staff and volunteers guaranteed to inspire you

• A place where you can belong and make a difference as a volunteer and a donor

The Kamloops Y is guided by the core values of honesty, respect, responsibility, caring and inclusivity,
work diligently to
Membership Information 4 Playcare Services 5 Out of School Care 5 Health & Fitness 8 Choose to Move 9 Strength After Breast Cancer . 10 Kamloops Y 50/50 Lottery 11 Fitness volunteers 12 Youth Programs 13 Aquatics 16 Becoming a Lifeguard . . . 17 Mental Wellness 18 Family Services Department 19 Youth Employment Program . 20 Violence Against Women 21
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YMCA BC recognizes the support of the City of Kamloops with the services we provide at John Tod, in the community and Aquatic programming at the Downtown Y. Thank you City of Kamloops.


Regardless of age or stage a Y membership can open doors to improved health and well-being, to new friendships and to the building of a stronger community. As a member, you’re are part of a caring, dedicated family that celebrates diversity with dignity and respect and that fosters a sense of belonging. Regular participation in our membership activities enhances and empowers lives by supporting a balanced approach to personal growth, health and wellness.


• Full access to the Downtown Y, including a large variety of group fitness classes, pool, hot tub, sauna and aquafit classes

• Member-only rates for exclusive programming at the John Tod Centre Y

• Expert fitness staff at each Y location

• Access to YMCA's across Canada

• YMCA Member Only Access site, with on-demand workouts, family activities, wellness programming and access to training programs.

• Drop-in Playcare services included with Family or Child membership

• Early registration and discounted member  rates on swim lessons


Based on biweekly payment schedule


(12-18 years) (no tax) $6.70 Child (0-11 years / Includes Playcare) (no tax) $6.70 Preschool (0-4 years / Swim only / No fee with accompanying adult 16+) Family (2 adults and dependents under 19) $20.91

*A family is defined as a maximum of 2 adults and their dependents, all residing at the same address. The first member must be an adult. All children and dependent students under 19 must reside with their parent/guardian.

For full details, including hours of operation and programming, please visit us online



Everyone deserves to have access to opportunities to learn, grow and thrive. That’s why at YMCA BC –Kamloops we make our programs and facilities accessible to everyone through our COMMUNITY Campaign. Financial assistance is available to all individuals unable to afford full membership and/or program fees.

The COMMUNITY Campaign is the new name for our year-round fundraising initiatives. Previously called the Opportunity Fund, money raised through the COMMUNITY Campaign stays in our community to address urgent needs and give everyone the opportunity to access Y programs and services, regardless of their financial circumstances. For more information, contact Member Services at 250-372-7725 or visit us online at kamloopsy.ca

Adult (26 years +) $24.18 Senior (65 years +) $18.15 Young Adult (19-25 years) $18.15 Youth (12-18 years) $15.63 Child (0-11 years) $12.09 Family* $48.38
(26 years +) $10.45 Senior
Young Adult (19-25 years) $7.83
(65 years
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Playcare Services

The Kamloops Y believes that exercise is a part of healthy living; however, it can be hard to find time to stay fit when you are caring for young children.


Our Playcare services support you while you participate in a group fitness class or while you engage in your individual workout program. Let our experienced staff care for your children so that you can focus of your health. And best of all, it’s included in your membership!

Monday Friday: 8:30am – 1:00pm

Monday & Wednesday evenings: 5:00pm – 7:00pm

Saturday: 9:00am – 11:00am

For full details and schedules, visit us online at KamloopsY.ca/playcare

Out of School Care

Licensed After School Care and Day Camps


The After School Program operates during School District 73 instructional days, September through June. We offer full day care on Pro D days and during Spring Break and Winter Break. We currently offer school pick up for children K - Grade 7 (age 12) from Lloyd George Elementary and Kamloops School of the Arts for enrollment in our 6th Avenue After School Program. We offer after school care for children K to Grade 6 in our Rayleigh After School Program.

A FREE Y Membership for your child is included!

Registration is ongoing. Contact Program Coordinator to be added to the waitlist or visit our website to view the waitlist form.


Spring Break 2024 Camp

Y Weekly Spring Break Camps are the perfect place for kids to be kids!

6th Avenue Camps are open to children ages 5-12* must be in kindergarten. Campers will enjoy many fun activities with plenty of choices each day including games, sports, arts and crafts, swimming, field trips and the great outdoors. At the Y, we are proud to provide safe, fun and high quality programs that encourage children to develop in spirit, mind and body. Spring Break Camps are full. Please visit our website to be added to the waitlist.

Summer Day Camps

Keep your kids active and happy this summer while helping them grow and learn! Campers ages 6-12 spend fun-filled days doing activities like swimming, arts & crafts, field trips, and sports & games. We offer two YMCA Summer Day Camps. The John Tod Centre Camp runs weekly in July and August at 150 Wood Street. The 6th Avenue Camp runs monthly in July and August at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, 1136 6th Ave (Lower Level - entrance by field). Opted in to receive Child Care Fee Reduction Initiative to lower parent fees at select sites. Affordable Child Care Benefit and Metis Child Care Benefit accepted at select sites.

Please visit our website for registration dates: www.kamloops.org/day-camps.htm

For more information or to register contact sara.hannah@bc.ymca.ca or call 250-376-4771 ext. 117

Opt in to receive child care fee reduction to reduce parent fees • Affordable Child Care Benefit and Métis Child Care Benefit accepted

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Adults 55 Years & Older

COme Give It A Try!


Join us for a FREE session on Monday, May 8th in partnership with the Kamloops Interior Dragons (KIDS). Dragon Boating is about fun, fitness and festivals! Come out and try a new sport this Spring.

Time: Session #1 – 4:30-6:00 p.m. or Session #2 6:00-7:30 p.m. NO

Location: Dragon Boat Compound, Pioneer Park Boat Launch, 45 7th Ave. Provided: Paddle, PFD, Coaching Registration: Kamloops.ca/Register

Age: Youth: U10 to U14

Experience: Beginner, intermediate

Sessions: May to August 2024

Frequency: 3 to 4 times a week

Cost: $1,000 (Regattas expenses extra)

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Health & Fitness

We’re more than just a gym. Whatever your age or stage, we’ve got something to inspire you and your family. At the Y, we make it easy for everyone to play together or pursue their own passions. You can work out while your kids stay active under one roof, or you can focus on your personal fitness goals.

No matter what your interests, our expert staff and volunteers are always available to support and guide you every step of the way. Plus when you join the Y, you get the added benefit of becoming a part of a safe, welcoming and vibrant community.

The Downtown Y


Looking for a great way to de-stress? With our low, medium and high intensity fitness classes, we’ve got something for everyone, regardless of your fitness level! Use our convenient online registration. Contact Member Services for details at 250-372-7725!


We know that keeping kids active is not always easy! Did you know that youth 10+ are able to use the cardio equipment or attend a group fitness class, with a parent or guardian? Orientations available upon request, some restrictions apply. Contact Member Services for details.

John Tod Centre Y

At the YMCA we believe that a healthy balanced lifestyle incorporates more than just physical exercise. Staying physically active, maintaining mental wellness, participating in healthy lifestyle programs, and connecting to a supportive community all contribute to an increased sense of well-being and a higher quality of life. And now, more than ever, your personal health is important.

That’s why we’re working on new ways to bring programs and services to you, including group fitness classes at the John Tod Centre Y! You can enjoy a variety of exclusive fitness programs, available only at the John Tod Center Y facility, with a streamlined registration process to guarantee your spot in the class.

As a Y member, you’ll receive exclusive program pricing and access to online registration for your convenience. Contact Member Services today at 250-372-7725 for details, and get your Y, your way!

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Choose to Move is a FREE program for adults 65+ who are looking to get active! With the support of a certified Activity Coach, participants develop a personalized physical activity action plan based on their interests, goals and abilities. Choose to Move is evidencebased and delivered in partnership with Active Aging BC. Participants have to opportunity to connect with others in the program through group meetings at the Y and have regular telephone check-ins with their Activity Coach.

Contact us to learn more 250-372-7725 joy.casey@bc.ymca.ca

Choose to Move Power over Parkinson’s

A specific group exercise program to maintain or improve flexibility, strength, balance, mobility and encourage independence and safety in individuals with Parkinson’s Disease.  For intake contact Lindsay at 250-319-8471

Minds in Motion®

Minds in Motion® is a fitness and social program for people living with any form of early-stage dementia along with a family member, friend or other care partner. Gentle exercises are followed by social activities designed to be enjoyed in pairs. Care partners must attend. Registration fees include the cost of the person living with dementia and one care partner. Start at any time and pay a pro-rated registration fee.

To register or learn more about these in-person Minds in Motion® programs, please call the First Link® Dementia Helpline at 1-800-936-6033, Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m or email thildebrand@alzheimerbc.org

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STRENGTH After Breast Cancer

Strength After Breast Cancer is a Physiotherapist led re-introduction to exercise following breast cancer treatment. The program focuses on improving flexibility, developing core strength, and increasing overall strength through weight-based resistance exercises. No prior experience required.

The program is based on the Physical Activity and Lymphedema Trial demonstrating a 70% reduction in the development of lymphedema, improvement in posture, body image, energy levels, and an increase in bone density!


• Program costs can be submitted for coverage through most extended health providers.

• Exercise booklet and logging.

• Initial Assessment and lymphedema screen by physiotherapist/certified lymphedema therapist mandatory

Kamloops YMCA – 400 Battle Street 5 weeks • $125

No membership required

For registration call 250-299-3636 (screening fee $135)

Have you had a mastectomy or lumpectomy?

Have you been treated with radiation or chemotherapy?

Do you have or are you at risk of developing lymphedema?

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Join our team of talented fitness volunteers!

If you're a certified fitness professional interested in volunteering your time for one hour a week in exchange for some awesome perks join our team. Volunteer benefits include a free membership, renewal of Emergency First Aid and continuing education workshops and credits, not to mention teaching in a great facility amongst friends while supporting a healthy community.

For more information on becoming a volunteer contact kassie.fowlie@bc.ymca.ca

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Youth Programs


(10+ by course start)

The Home Alone Program is designed to provide children 10 years of age and older with the necessary skills and knowledge to be safe and responsible when home alone for short periods of time. It will help them understand how to prevent problems, handle real-life situations, and keep them safe and constructively occupied.


(11+ by course start)

The babysitting course is a nationally recognized program designed to help course participants develop self-assurance, knowledge and skills required for babysitting duties. These are important tools for your pre-teen to have as they begin to build invaluable skills for a lifetime. Must be 11 at course start date.

For details on course dates and registration, please contact Member Services at 250-372-7725, or visit us online at KamloopsY.ca

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Simpcw - McBride to Barriere Mountain Bike Recreation & Tourism Initiative For more info or inquiries, please contact: Tom Eustache, Maintenance Manager | 250.672.9995 ext 222 | Tom.Eustache@simpcw.com The Simpcw First Nation has partnered with the Western Canada Mountain Bike Tourism Association and undertaken the development of Mountain Bike Recreation & Tourism Development throughout the Simpcw territories. Outcomes of the program have included the development of more than 15km of high quality trails; the employment of Simpcw members as trail builders and maintenance workers; more than $250,000 in grants & funding to support trails Community members on the land and reconnecting to nature; healthier community members; partnership with Recreation Sites & Trails to provide funding for maintenance; 15 women in Simpcw using trails to train for running races; holding community races and events in Chu Chua; Indigenous youth from other Nations visit Simpcw & learn about trails, riding and connecting with and protecting the land. BUILDING CONNECTIONS AND A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE 14 Paid Advertisement

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Learning how to swim is an essential life skill that can provide a lifetime of fun in and around the water for people of all ages. The Kamloops Y offers a wide variety of aquatics programs, from swim lessons to aquatic fitness including Aqua-mat Yoga WOW so fun! Come learn and improve your swim skills, while building muscle, and increase your strength and endurance. Thousands of Canadians have learned to swim at the Y and so can you. You can build strength and endurance while swimming with the Masters swim program. Monday, Wednesdays from 6:00am-7:30am and Saturdays from 7:30am-9:00am. We provide great workouts for you to follow and have fun with fellow Master Swimmers.


• Mindfulness and a calm mind.

• Swimming can enhance teamwork skills.

• Swimming can help you learn to set goals.

• People who swim from an early age are more confident.

• Swimming can enhance cognitive functions.

• Swimmers often find it easier to develop social skills.

• Swim stress away.

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Prerequisite: 11-13 years

Step 5




Prerequisite: 15 years+

Step 2


Prerequisite: 13 years+ or Bronze Star

Step 6


Prerequisite: 15 years+, Bronze Cross and Standard First Aid / CPR C / AED

Step 3


Prerequisite: Bronze Medallion

Step 7


All aquatic courses must be done in order as they are a prerequisite for the next course. For details contact Lynette Urquhart, Aquatics Director Lynette.Urquhart@bc.ymca.ca • 250-372-7725

Step 4



Prerequisite: 13 years+

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Mental Wellness


At YMCA BC-Kamloops, we understand the important role that stress and mental wellness play in the lives of our community members. That’s why we have a variety of mental wellness groups that support individuals of all ages and families to learn healthy coping skills, connect with others in the community, and get support all in a safe and friendly environment.


Ages 8 – 12

• Mindful Monkeys

• Girls’ Life of Wellness

• Mind Outside


Ages 13 – 17

• Y Mind Teen

• Y Mind Teen Outside

• Mindful Adventure


Ages 18-30, 18+, 30+

• Y Mind Youth

• Y Mind Adult

• Guided Loving Kindness Meditation

• Mindful Self-Compassion


• Prenatal Wellness

• Postpartum Connections

• Circle of Security


For more information or to register contact the mental wellness team at mentalwellness@bc.ymca.ca

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Kamloops Family Services Department

Child Care Resource and Referral, Early Years Centre-Family Resource Program, Nobody’s Perfect Parenting, Kamloops Early Language and Literacy Initiative

Support for all things EARLY YEARS for families and professionals

• Workshops and trainings

• Lending Library

• Programs for families, parents and caregivers

• Programs for parents and families/caregivers

• Parent-Child Mother Goose

• Events (ABC Family Literacy Day, Healthy Kids Week, Teddy Bear Mother Goose Picnic, National Child Day)

• Assistance for families looking for childcare

• Responsible Adult Training and one-to-one support for starting a child care site

• Circle of Security

• Nobody's Perfect Parenting Program

• ASQ resources and support


“Always learning news things at the CCRR workshops”
way to meet other parents and get out of the house”
“Love all the resources available for loan in the library.”
For more information, please contact 250-376-4771
“Amazing and dedicated staff”
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Youth Employment Services

Struggling to find work? We can help!


Kamloops North Shore 795 Tranquille Rd, Kamloops, BC V2B 3J3




Kamloops South Shore 210-450 Lansdowne Street, Kamloops, BC V2C 1Y3 250-377-3670


In-person and virtual appointments available

Monday 8:30 am – 6:00 pm

Tuesday 8:30 am – 6:00 pm

Wednesday 11:00 am – 4:30 pm

Thursday 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

Friday 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

Saturday Closed

Sunday Closed

This program is funded by the Government of Canada and the Province of British Columbia
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Violence Against Women Intervention & Support Services (VAWISS)


Stopping the Violence


Outreach services for women is so much more than a mobile response to violence. Outreach is a safe spot to land: between waitlists for longer term support services, while negotiating the often frightening and painstaking processes of our legal system, and while strategizing about ‘how to leave’ in a way that keeps everyone safe and fed and housed.

Housing Outreach


Housing Outreach provides supports in navigating housing systems. This support may include housing search strategies, filling out applications, budgeting supports and shortterm housing subsidies.


250-374-6162 or



We know that when women feel supported, when they feel their voices have been heard, when their experience has been believed, and when their community demonstrates that they care, they are able to move beyond surviving to thriving.



Children and youth with experiences of violence in the home need a dedicated program to address these violent experiences. Their feelings need to be validated and recognized as important.

The PEACE Program is a free service that provides that support to children and youth who have experienced violence through expressive therapies.


“I cannot even imagine what would have happened to me if I didn't have the shelter to come to. There is no way I would be doing what I'm doing and be the mom that I am if it wasn't for all of the ladies there helping me and supporting me through the darkest most difficult time of my life.”

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à at KAMLOOPS GYMNASTICS / TRAMPOLINE CENTRE à Gymnastics à Trampoline à Diving à Community Access à Seasonal Camps à Professional Day Camps imagine | believe | achieve REGISTER TODAY! PLAYGym (12 months - 5 years) Gymnastics, Trampoline & Diving (6+ years) XCEL Gymnastics, Trampoline (boys & girls) Competitive Gymnastics, Trampoline & Diving High School & 18+ programs Ongoing Enrollment CURRENT SCHEDULES / REGISTRATION / MORE INFO… www.kgtc.ca 910 McGill Rd. 250-374-6424 (located inside the Tournament Capital Centre) 5 - 12 YEARS SWIMSKILL LESSON PROGRAM SPRING LESSONS | APRIL 4 - MAY 31 Wed & Fri - 3:40 - 4:20 pm or 4:20 - 5:00 pm $185 for 16x40 minute lessons BOOK A FREE SWIM ASSESSMENT ON OUR WEBSITE: swimkamloops.com Register online at swimkamloops.com 250.828.3660 or info@swimkamloops.com SWIMFIT AGES 12-16 • All levels of swimmers • Excellent cardio for cross training • For youth interested in improving their swimming and having fun with other kids • Professional coaches will work with you to improve your swim stroke and endurance • Tuesday/Thursday 6:15 - 7:15 pm KCS MASTERS AGES 19+ • Improve your swimming in a fun and supportive environment • Low-impact • Professional coaching • All swim levels welcome • Fun social events COMPETITIVE CLUB SWIMMING AGES 6 - 19 • Focus on fun and competing to achieve your personal best • Tight-knit team environment • Professional coaching • Regional, Provincial National & International competitive opportunities • University swimming prep WEEKLY SUMMER CAMPS | JULY 2 - AUGUST 9 Half and Full Days available! 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. REGISTRATION OPENS APR 1ST! REGISTRATION OPENS FEB 1ST! 23 Paid Advertisement

A lifetime of learning begins here

Montessori prepared environment:

• Practical Life - activities to aid in developing independence for the child

• Sensorial - physical development of the senses

• Language - speaking, listening, reading and writing

• Mathematics - concepts of number, shape and space

• Cultural Studies - enrich the child’s understanding of the world through the study of zoology, botany, geography, history, art and music

Enhanced Environment:

• Block area and dramatic play area, loose parts play - helps children learn socially, physically, intellectually and creatively

• Extensive curriculum, phonics, art and music program

Programs We Offer:

• Infant/Toddler: 7:30 am to 5:30 pm

• Preschool: 8:45 am to 11:15 am OR 11:45 am to 2:15 pm

• NEW! Junior Kindergarten 8:45 am to 2:15 pm / SD 73 Calendar

• 3-5 Preschool / Childcare: 7:30 am to 5:30 pm

• School Age Care: Juniper, Lloyd George, School of the Arts, South Sahali, McGowan, Pacific Way & Dallas.

Ongoing Registration All Programs

Preschool September 2024 Registration Starts February 1, 2024. Mark your calendar so you don’t miss out (child must be 3 by Dec. 31/2024).

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