The Children’s Center parents are an important part of our organization. On this page we have put together all the items that keep you in touch with the our center and your children. From menus to calendars to enrollment forms.If you can’t find information you need please feel free to contact us.

You may access pertinent information, enrollment, and registration information by clicking on the button below.

Enrollment Forms

Links to internet resources with great information and activities for Parents and Parenting.  You may access the links by clicking on the button below.

Parenting Websites

The Children’s Center is excited to be using a new interactive website that allows our teachers to send daily updates via email. Email is the one thing that all the parents have in common and is accessible in many different formats. You can receive this email using your favorite email program, whether that is on your phone, tablet or computer. Below you can see some examples of the kinds of information, including images, that you may receive.

The program has started in the infants and toddler rooms and will move to preschool classes during the year.

Images courtesy of Tadpoles.

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Here are questions to ask, and things to look for to ensure that this school will be right for your child and you.  Be sure to call in advance to arrange a tour.  You may want to arrange an initial visit without your child and a follow-up visit with her to observe how she functions in the program.

The Children’s Center promotes the philosophy of learning through play and believes that play is essential to every aspect of a child’s development. In each classroom, from the infant rooms to the school-age room, the teachers foster learning and development in age appropriate ways. Read below to see how play can benefit your child.

Having trouble outlasting your child at night? At a loss for how to tell your child that he/she is going to be sharing mommy and daddy soon? At your wits end with your child playing deaf? Need a parenting tip on what behaviors to ignore and which to address? Ask Pat. The Children’s Center’s school counselor, Pat Titus, is ready to help you to succeed at the awesome job of parenting. Pat, who has a diploma in Nursing, a bachelor’s degree in Psychology, a Master’s degree in Counselling, and 25 years of experience as a school counsellor, will respond to your Dear Pat letters through the Children’s Center’s Parenting section of the website. You can either e-mail a question for Pat at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or place one in her staff mailbox.

 

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