Getting Ready for Friday’s January 24 PA Day Program Here’s more information about the fun-filled Friday program we call “Headed for Greatness!” (Remember to pack a nut free lunch, dress for the cold weather, wear boots please, and for certain bring running shoes.) “No walk-ins please, everyone attending must pre-register.” Start your registration here. Location Guy B. Brown Elementary 55 Braeheid Avenue Program tel:
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UPDATED: Open to All prior Camp Waterdown Families: All Day Alternate Care (if classes cancel due to strike) Pre-Registration
This pre-registration is ONLY for strikes affecting students in Public Schools in Waterdown (Mary Hopkins, Guy Brown, Flamborough Centre, and Allan A. Greenleaf). (UPDATED Sunday January 19: Now accepting pre-registrations from all Camp Waterdown / WDCC Families who have been registered for any of our prior programs. (If you have registered for our previous Summer, March Break, PA Day or Holiday Programs, you will
For families registering for our All Day Alternate Care Program (for a Union strike), which is not yet open to the public. We do understand that without a closure date in place yet, some families may want to register but also cancel if on that announced date they already have alternate care in place. To clarify, the Union must announce a picket 5
The Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario (ETFO) has given the required five-day notice for rotating elementary school strikes. Hamilton & Waterdown area schools should not be affected next week, but we are launching an online pre-registration for Full Day Alternate Care for our School Age Registered Families soon!
Dear Camp Waterdown and WDCC Families, In the event that a provincial deal with the OSSTF is not settled, it is anticipated that there will be picket lines set up at Waterdown District High School this Wednesday. We anticipate that the picketing will occur from 8am to 4pm. All Elementary Schools, Licensed Child Care Centres and Before and After School Programs will be open. Waterdown
Our 2020 PA Day programs are very specially planned to both entertain and educate children in a wide variety of resiliency, craft, sports and achievement skills with this year’s emphasis on creating “sparks” to inspire children to discover and nurture their interests and self-esteem.
We approach travel from an unexpected angle, helping develop young imaginations while at the same time exploring some of the most fascinating and diverse landscapes, animal and plant habitats and the fascinating people of regions of the world. All our programs include active outdoor time, group games, indoor challenges and crafts.
Our school-age program is looking for exceptional educators to join our team: 1. Summer Temporary Contract Youth Program Manager and 2. Before and After School Program Educator