On January 13, 2020, the newly built daycare centre at 255 Oxford Street opened. We are licensed for 10 infants, 15 toddlers and 24 preschoolers. For more information contact Lynn Daly our Program Supervisor at 705-259-6600.
This is applicable to all of our Orchard Park and North daycare programs and includes our before and after school programs at St. Bernard’s, Orchard Park and Brechin schools.
Just a reminder that the Christmas Concert is being held at Orchard Park Public School on December 14th @ 6:00 p.m. in the gym. This year we are doing a combined concert with both locations. See you there!
Have you booked your summer care? We are still taking registrations for our summer camp at Orchard Park. Call Lynn @ 249-385-6095 for further information.
We are moving to our new daycare on June 16th. The daycare at Central school will close on Friday @ 6:00 p.m.
and re-open on Monday, June 19th @ 6:30 a.m.
We will be providing Before and After School care at two more locations starting this September 2017.
St. Bernhard’s Catholic School located at 255 Oxford Street,Orillia, ON
Brechin Public School located at 3226 Ramara Road 47, RR#1, Brechin, ON
To register your child, please call 705-327-2764 Extension 1 or email us at email@example.com
Come and join us as we celebrate our 30th year serving the community of Orillia and surrounding area. We invite all former and current students of our daycare to come for a fun filled evening on Thursday, October 22nd, 2015 starting at 5:30 p.m. There will be music and dance, food, fun and frivolity. Of course there will be cake too! Free chili, cooked and simmered to perfection and served with a fresh bun, is being catered by Ciao, Chow, Ciao of Orillia. The infamous Mariposa Market will be providing our cake.
Another exciting event happening in our Preschool room is the implementation of the Seeds of Empathy program starting in October 2015.
Seeds of Empathy is designed for Early Childhood settings to foster social and emotional competence and early literacy skills and attitudes in children three to five years of age while providing professional development for their educators.
Seeds of Empathy is unique in that it powerfully engages children experientially through a community family – an infant and parent, building on the attachment relationship demonstrated between the two.
Watch for updates monthly……