2017-2018 Registration Information
Registration is now open for the 2017-2018 school year!
This year Care to Learn Preschool will be accepting online registrations only. You will need to do two things to complete the registration process:
- Complete our online Registration Form.
- Once your Registration Form has been submitted you will receive a confirmation email from Care to learn Preschool to let you know your registration has been received and is being processed. Please give up to one week to receive a confirmation before re-submitting. Your confirmation will include a link to School Cash Online to pay your deposit and any other relevant fees. Instructions for Paying Fees on School Cash Online
Registrations will not be considered complete until Care to Learn Preschool has received a completed Registration Form for each child and confirmation that fees have been paid through School Cash Online.
A government childcare subsidy is available through Human Services.
In addition to our online registration form, parents and guardians will need to complete an Ages and Stages Questionnaire and an Ages and Stages Social Emotional Questionnaire for each student and bring the completed forms to the Preschool Instructor when school starts in September. Questionnaires are also available for pick up at your local preschool.
Care to Learn Preschool is a provincially-licensed organization located in eight schools in Northern Lights Public Schools, including Cold Lake Elementary.
We are a developmental preschool, providing learning, growth and play opportunities for pre-Kindergarten aged children through music, arts and crafts, games, physical activity, early math and literacy centres, and more.
Our preschool program is designed to support families in their efforts to provide their preschool-aged child with the following essential skills: independence; decision-making; imagination and creativity; sense of community; communication; learning through exploration; problem-solving; feelings of value and self-worth; and relating to others.
A government childcare subsidy is available. Parents are not required to fundraise for the program.
We offer many options for parents to choose from.
At Cold Lake Elementary we offer a three-hour program for students. Programs are available in the morning and afternoons and parents can choose to have their children attend two classes per week (Tuesdays and Thursdays) or three classes per week (Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays).
For information on fees, please see our 2017-2018 Fee Schedule.
More information about our program is included in our 2017-2018 Parent Handbook.
Please note our preschool program follows the Northern Lights Public Schools calendar and there are no preschool classes on no school days.