Georgina Avenue

Staff members are required to have a diploma in Early Childhood Education or equivalent. A knowledge of child development and an awareness of the Native traditions, culture, and language is essential. The Director ensures quality programming for each child. The food preparer is responsible for the preparation of nutritional snacks and lunches for the children.

A specially designed curriculum incorporating Native culture is used to meet the developmental needs of the children in care. Each day provides a variety of opportunities for planned activities both indoors and outdoors. Staff set up an environment to enhance the child’s development intellectually, socially, physically, creatively, and emotionally. Play time will be balanced with daily routines. Our staff support and assist the children when required, as well as encouraging them to be as independent as possible.

We are located in St. Ann school. We are licensed for 54 children: 15 toddlers, 24 preschool children, and 15 school-aged children.

Our Site Supervisor is Amanda Brizard.