Out of School Care Program

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Out of School Care Handbook

Our Commitment at Surrey Christian Out of School Care
Each child, made in the image of God is special and deserves to be treated with love and respect. Our program encourages the development of Christ centered relationships and respectful communication among peers, staff and families.
– Safety and security within a licensed facility provided by qualified and responsible staff
– Supervised opportunities to play, explore, create
– Daily physical exercise through games, sports, outdoor play

Morning Program:  All children attending our morning program will be given an opportunity to have breakfast if they have not already done so.  Parents who want their child(ren) to have breakfast at school must send their child with a packed breakfast, we will not be providing breakfast.  Please ensure that the food they bring are healthy choices.  We are a NUT FREE centre, please keep your child’s food free of nuts and nut products.  We also ask that you send water only, in a recyclable container, we are also a JUICE FREE centre. There will also be time for physical activity either in the gym or in the playground as well as quiet activities.  When the bell rings, they will be dismissed to go to their classrooms.

Afternoon Program:  Children will walk to the Out of School Care Program after school from their classrooms.  Kinders will be picked up from their classrooms. We will be providing a healthy snack, including fruits and/or vegetables and water among other healthy choices.  As a regular part of our program the children will also have an opportunity to bake and/or prepare their own snack in the kitchen.  Should your child have special dietary needs, please discuss with the supervisor.  Our afternoon program will also provide opportunities for children to get outside or engage in activities in the gym, as well as crafts, table games etc.

Homework: If time allows and children are engaged, they will have an opportunity to do homework.  It is still the parent/guardian’s responsibility to ensure that homework has been completed and is accurate.

Our Staff Members:
Our supervisors are required to meet the following standards, following licensing regulations governed by Fraser Health Authority:
– Applicable work experience and 20 hours or more of workshops/classes pertaining to
the guidance, discipline and/or health of young children
– Emergency First Aid Certificate
– Criminal Record Check (renewed every 5 years)
– Resume and 3 written references
– A doctor’s note indicating mental and physical wellness

Program Hours:
Before School Care:  7:00 AM to 8:35 PM
After School Care:  2:50 PM to 6:00 PM
Closed the first day of school, professional days, Christmas and Spring break, the Friday after school is out in June and the last week of August before school starts.  Open for summer day camps, starting the Monday after school is out in June, 7AM-6PM.

Your child must be between the ages of Kindergarten through Grade 5 to attend our program. Your child must have completed Kindergarten to attend our summer day camps.

Please contact the director, Melanie Yzerman (myzerman@surreychristian.com)
with any questions or concerns you may have.

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