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Before/After child care

Before and after school program offered for children up to age 12.

A variety of child care and early learning programs are offered in many schools across the district, providing children and families with a seamless transition to school and quality services in a safe, welcoming and inclusive environment.

Programs are operated by community child care and early learning partners and are based on family and community needs. They include child care for toddler and preschool age children, before and after school child care for children in Kindergarten to Grade 6, and early learning play groups and programs for parents, caregivers and children from birth to six years.

Refer to the list below to see what programs are provided in your community school. Contact the community partner at the number provided for program schedules and times, or click on the link to visit their website.

School Community Partners
Bayside Public SchoolYMCA of Central East Ontario

613-962-9245, extension 224 and 225

Bird’s Creek Public SchoolNorth Hastings Children’s Services

613-332-0179

C.M.L Snider SchoolThe HUB Child and Family Centre

613-476-8142

Earl Prentice Public SchoolCentral Hastings Early Education and Childcare

613- 472-3407

Foxboro Public SchoolYMCA of Central East Ontario

613-962-9245, extension 224 and 225

Frankford Public SchoolHastings County Community and Human Services

613-966-9771

Harmony Public SchoolYMCA of Central East Ontario

613-962-9245, extension 224 and 225

Harry J. Clarke Public SchoolYMCA of Central East Ontario

613-962-9245, extension 224 and 225

Kente Public SchoolThe HUB Child & Family Centre

613-476-8142

Madoc Public SchoolCentral Hastings Early Education and Childcare

613-473-5261`

Massassaga-Rednersville Public SchoolYMCA of Central East Ontario

613-962-9245, extension 224 and 225

Maynooth Public SchoolNorth Hastings Children’s Services

613-332-0179

Park Dale SchoolYMCA of Central East Ontario

613-962-9245, extension 224 and 225

Prince Charles Public School (Trenton)YMCA of Central East Ontario

613-962-9245, extension 224 and 225

Prince Charles School (Belleville)YMCA of Central East Ontario

613-962-9245, extension 224 and 225

Prince of Wales Public SchoolYMCA of Central East Ontario

613-962-9245, extension 224 and 225

Queen Elizabeth School (Belleville)YMCA of Central East Ontario

613-962-9245, extension 224 and 225

Queen Victoria SchoolYMCA of Central East Ontario

613-962-9245, extension 224 and 225

Sir John A. Macdonald SchoolHastings County Community and Human Services

613-966-9771

Stirling Public SchoolStirling Co-Ops Nursery School (Smart Start)

613-395-6495

Susanna Moodie Elementary SchoolYMCA of Central East Ontario

613-962-9245, extension 224 and 225

Trent River Public SchoolHastings County Community and Human Services

613-966-9771

Tyendinaga Public SchoolYMCA of Central East Ontario

613-962-9245, extension 224 and 225

York River Public SchoolNorth Hastings Children’s Services

613-332-0179

Links and resources

Elementary Curriculum

The K-12 Ontario Curriculum organized into documents by a grade level range and by subject area. Each document includes descriptions of the program, goals, and considerations. The achievement charts provide guidelines for assessment. Big ideas, overall expectations, and specific expectations are listed for each grade level and strand.

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Extended French

The Extended French Program is available to students in grades 5 – 8 who have an interest in extending their learning of French as a second language.

French is the language of instruction for a minimum of 25 per cent of the total instructional time at every grade level of the program and provide a minimum of 1260 hours of instruction in French by the end of Grade 8.

The program includes the study of French as a second language and the study of at least one other subject taught in French.

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Extended French is offered at:

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FAQs

Frequently asked questions about Extended French

Resource programs

Elementary Resource programs

Programming emphasis is on literacy, numeracy, self-regulation, social-emotional development, communication and life adaptability skills. Students are provided with programming expectations specific to their learning profiles. Each student has an Individual Education Plan with specific goals, learning expectations, accommodations, and possibly modifications.

Students with more complex special education needs may temporarily benefit from one of the three Identification, Placement, and Review Committee (IPRC) placement options with the highest levels of support provided in these resource programs:

  • Regular Class with Withdrawal Assistance;
  • Special Education Class with Partial Integration;
  • Special Education Class Full-Time.

In these resource programs, students have access to a teacher with special education qualifications, who is assigned to support a specified number of students (Ontario Regulation 298, section 31). Educational assistants are also assigned to the resource programs.

Each elementary resource program can include a range of exceptionalities, with placement priority for students with significant complex needs requiring the highest levels of support. Students with exceptionalities of Intellectual – Developmental Disability (I-DD), and/or Communication – Autism (C-A), and/or Multiple are typically appropriate candidates for the elementary resource programs.

As part of the annual review process, the location and/or continuation of elementary resource programs are subject to change.

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Last updated: August 21, 2018 at 10:10 am