Our little friends born in 2018 are eligible to start kindergarten in September!
There is a gradual entry for the children and they will start full time September 18th.
Our 3-5 program is currently full and the waitlist is closed. We will notify you here when
The Infant/Toddler program is currently full and the waitlist is open. There is currently about an 18 month wait.
The Out-of-School Care program does currently have a few spaces for after school available.
Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions. Thank you.
We are happy to announce that the Junior Kindergarten program is running this year, starting September 18th, with Shelley-Anne Jorgensen ECE/IT, Jessie Bray ECEA and Elena Giza R/A as a support in the classroom.
If you have any questions please give us a call.
20 month old Sully was riding a little bike when he tipped over and was having trouble getting back up. Knowing he wasn't hurt, I looked at his friends and said, "Oh no, Sully crashed. Is he okay? Does Sully need help?"
20 month old Soren, and 25 month old Rory ran to his aid!
Rory took Sully by the arm to help him stand, while Soren picked up the bike and held it out to Sully.
As soon as Sully was back on his bike, Rory ran back to the path and Soren ran back to his bike and the three children continued their play.
Do we give children enough credit for being capable and empathic? I love testing these questions and experimenting with their grasp of language, by seeing how they respond to statements like the one above. Next test... see if they recognize when their friend needs help without a prompt from an educator.
When we got to daycare this morning the sidewalks were still covered with beautiful soft, fresh snow. Two of my 19 month old friends saw me with the shovel, and they went right to the bin to get their own. Their sense of purpose and determination was apparent, as they spent time moving the snow. One can only shovel for so long, before the temptation of a bite of new snow takes over!
Our children must be the luckiest in the world!
Thanks to funding from Royal Canadian Legion Branch #217, Salmo Lions Club, the Province of BC and Columbia Basin Trust, the generosity of Scrap King Autowrecking and Towing, Deb and Grant Sorenson, and Christine Watson, and the creative talents of Tristan Ray and the crew of Rock Solid Masonry, we once again have a playground fit for our children!