Monthly Archives: February 2015

The children at the UES Campus have been working hard in preparation for their Chinese New Year Celebration tonight. Two of our Program Leaders, Wensi and Viola, have been putting a production together and look forward to celebrating with our school and our parents! Happy Chinese New Year everyone!  Happy Year of the Goat/Sheep!
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Are you a parent of a child under the age of 5? Exciting news!!! We will be launching a new brand this spring- Summit Start! With our first location at West Hillhurst Community Centre, WHCA Start will be the first day care/child care centre for this brand. We will have a program for children ages 19 months to 5 years. […]
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Ever wonder how Summit Kids came to be? We are thriving, full of personality, and very successful in providing high quality programming and care to the children but how did it come to be? Read about it! Go to our "About Us" page and click on "The Story Behind Summit Kids" as Nancy (the Creator of Summit Kids) candidly shares […]
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Nominations for the 2015 Child Development Professional Awards of Excellence are now open. Presented by the Alberta Human Services, the awards recognize professionals who work with children in programs licensed or approved by Alberta Human Services or Alberta Education. Eligible programs include:parent link centres, early childhood development programs, day care programs, out-of-school care programs, family day home agencies/approved day home […]
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Do you need care for your school aged kids during their Spring Break? Bring them to Summit Spring! Registration for 2015 is now open!  Your child(ren) will enjoy the programming and fun we are planning for those two weeks! We are operating for both the CBE Spring Break (March 23-27) and the Catholic Board Spring Break (April 6-10). Go to […]
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