StrongStart programs in SD 59 will be open to families starting September 10, 2012
This program is designed to work in partnership with parents, their children, an Early Childhood Educator, and community partners.
The StrongStart program incorporates family-centered practices for families with children birth to five. It is recognized that early learning enrichment can significantly optimize developmental potential.
Your child will feel free to explore and play in an environment that is friendly, safe and inspiring!
You will get to share in the excitement and successes of your child’s early learning experiences!
A time for play
|¨ Explore with sand and water||¨ Play with other children|
|¨ Explore through art with a variety of mediums||¨ Climb and slide|
|¨ Develop all the senses||¨ Build with blocks|
|¨ Learn songs, enjoy music||¨ Listen to stories|
|¨ Learn fingerplays||¨ Play with natural and real materials|
|¨ Pretend play with animals, little people, and dolls|
Nutritious snacks are provided for children!
Tremblay Elementary StrongStart
Dawson Creek StrongStart
Devereaux Elementary StrongStart
Don Titus Elementary StrongStart
Rolla Traditional StrongStart
|McLeod Elementary StrongStart
8025 Road 265, Progress, BC
Tues & Thurs: 9:30 am: 12:30 pm
|Devereaux Elementary StrongStart
4584 Road 208, Arras, BC
Mon & Wed 9:00 am: 12:00 pm
|Parkland Elementary StrongStart
5104 Parkland Road , Farmington, BC
Mon & Wed: 9:30 am – 12:30 pm
|OPENING JANUARY 9, 2013
Tumbler Ridge Elementary StrongStart
For more program details please contact:
Early Learning Project Manager
Why we are here?
- Support parents in understanding their child’s unique needs.
- Provide resources to parents to prepare their child for further education.
- Provide opportunities for a child’s optimal growth and development.
- Support families as the most important:
- source of learning
- source of emotional support
- source of developmental encouragement available to a child.
A School Based Early Learning Program
A project of
We acknowledge the financial support of the Province of British Columbia through the Ministry of Education.
“The Best Beginning”
A free drop-in program for parents or caregivers with
babies, toddlers and preschool children