Lunch & Daycare Program
|Daycare Fee Increase
effective January 1, 2018
dated December 14, 2017
Lunchtime supervision is in place throughout the Lester B. Pearson School Board. If your child(ren) remains at school for lunch, participation in this program is required. Should the payment schedule not fit your needs, please contact us so that arrangements can be made.
The government-subsidized program allows for 5 hours only - 1 hour at lunch time and 4 hours divided between morning and afternoon. Remember, if your child is eligible for the subsidized program and attends full time Daycare, your total lunch program fees are covered. If your child is eligible for the subsidized program but only attends 3 or 4 days, only 3/4 or 4/5 of the lunch fee is covered. You will owe the school for the difference.
Daycare ProgramForest Hill School offers the school community the benefits of a school-run Daycare service for the children registered in Kindergarten to Grade 2. Our Daycare service offers a reliable program, staffed by qualified school board employees. You will find a warm, safe environment in the convenience of your child’s own school.
Before school Daycare: 7:00 – 8:55 am
After school Daycare: 3:35 – 6:00 pm
If you have any questions regarding costs, registration etc, please contact Carole-Anne Wapen, Daycare Coordinator for the Junior Campus at 514 798 1717.
Daycare Parent User Committee
What is the role of the Daycare Parent User Committee? This is an advisory committee that focuses on the quality of daycare services and may make recommendations to the principal and/or Governing Board concerning the rules of operation, special projects, needed changes or any other aspect of the daycare. Members of this committee represent all daycare users. Governing Board may choose to form a daycare user committee, if there is a demand made by users to form one. Daycare Parent User Committee -
is formed by the governing board upon the request of at least three parents who use the service;
is chaired by the Daycare Technician;
is an advisory body;
provides a forum for consultation and feedback;
transmits suggestions and recommendations to the principal and the governing board;
is a liaison for all parents who use the daycare service;
focuses on the quality of daycare services and may make recommendations with respect to the rules of operation, special projects, needed changes or any other aspect of the daycare;
may contribute to the development of innovative projects;
will write a year-end report and, after being reviewed by the principal and the Governing Board, the report will be sent to all parent users.