Our Graduation ceremony
takes place on Saturday, June 24 in the Church hall.
Please make a note of your child’s class time. It will
be a pot-luck affair of light snacks and refreshments.
Feel free to extend the invitation to grandparents!
Sign-up sheets have been posted in the hallway; we will
need to know how many people are attending, and what you
plan to bring to the pot luck table.
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Be sure to hand in your
child’s registration package if you are planning on
re-enrolling for fall. Some classes are full already.
Once we receive the paperwork and deposit, your child’s
space for next year is confirmed. Your last month fee
deposit should be dated for June 1st, 2017.
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No Wrong Door
Child Care operators that have a purchase of service
agreement with the Regional Municipality of Durham
are required to ensure staff, students and board
members are aware of No Wrong Door. No Wrong Door is
a green binder that should be located in all child
care offices in Durham. The purpose of No Wrong Door
is to make it easier for families living in Durham
Region to connect with the services they want for
their children ages birth to 13th birthday. No Wrong
Door is also available electronically at
An EpiPen Auto-Injector Training Kit is available
for loan at the nursery school. It is designed to
educate people with severe allergies about
anaphylaxis, and to assist you in being better
prepared in the event of an anaphylactic reaction.
If you are interested in borrowing the kit, please
ask any member of our staff. If you would like to
order your own complimentary kit, visit
Asthma Action Resource Kit
Also available for loan is an Asthma Action Resource
Kit. It is an excellent resource for educators and
parents looking after a child with asthma. It
includes two story books that you can read to your
child. It is developed by the Lung Association. The
Asthma Action Helpline is 1-800-668-7682, where
Certified Asthma Educators are available to provide
education and counselling about prevention,
management and treatment of asthma.
We have children in our programs with life
threatening allergies to NUTS AND EGGS. At no
time is it allowable for these foods to be brought
to school. If your child has consumed or come into
contact with any of the above allergens (i.e. peanut
butter), it is YOUR RESPONSIBILITY to ensure that
you have cleaned these products off your child’s
face, hands, and clothing. The families of these
children deserve assurance that their children will
be safe at nursery school. Your understanding and
cooperation is appreciated.