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Our licensed Out of School Care program offers morning and afternoon care for children 5-12 years old, from September through June. Children are dropped off and picked up at Simon Fraser Elementary School. Care is provided based on the school’s schedule and includes pick up for early dismissal days and full day care for non-instructional school days.
Our inclusive school-age program offers a relaxed and safe environment where children are given an opportunity to learn & grow and be challenged. We believe that each child is unique with different needs and aspirations. We understand that the support and guidance provided to one particular child may not work for another therefore individual approaches are implemented were possible.
Through warm and supportive relationships, our qualified staff help children to:
Online Kindergarten age Waitlist registration begins on March 1st, 2022 at 10:00 am.
This is for children born in 2017 who will be attending Simon Fraser Elementary in the 2022-2023 school year.
Our waitlist registration for children grades 1 – 7 is ongoing. Please contact [email protected] for more information.
Our qualified staff have their Responsible Adult Certificate or equivalent and a valid child care first aid certificate as per BC Child Care Licensing Regulation.
AM Care (5-12 years)
This is a mixed-aged group program available to children in kindergarten through grade 7. Children are provided with a variety of play based activities before they are dropped off at Simon Fraser. An additional fee for all day care on non-instructional school days applies.
PM Care (5-12 years)
Children are picked up from Simon Fraser Elementary School. Our daily schedule offers a balance of structured and non-structured activities that include arts & crafts, music, literature, baking, social time, a homework club and physical activity including outdoor play. Afternoon snack is included.
Affordable Child Care Benefit
We encourage families who may benefit from financial support to apply for the Provincial Affordable Childcare Benefit. Factors such as income, family size and type of care will be considered when determining each individual’s funding allowance. Please visit the website for more information and to access the funding estimate calculator: https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/family-social-supports/caring-for-young-children/child-care-funding/child-care-benefit .
If you are interested in applying, please reach out to the Child Care Administrative Assistant Vera Lara, at [email protected]
Vision: Every child and family is unique and should have access to an inclusive and respectful child care experience.
Policy: MPCCA child care programs embrace diversity and celebrate environments of acceptance, respect, understanding and inclusion. We commit to learn, understand and appreciate each person’s unique attributes, abilities and cultural history to ensure that each child is recognized, reflected and valued in our programs. Our educators support the unique abilities of each child to ensure they reach their highest potential. MPCCA works with BC Centre for Ability and other community partners to enhance our ability to support children of all abilities through training and consultation.
Families must give one month’s written notice (or e-mail to [email protected]) to the Kelly Bodkin when withdrawing their child from the Out of School Care Program. Families are required to give notice by the first calendar day of the month. For example, if you decide to withdraw your child from the program for September 1st, then you must give one month’s notice on or before August 1st.