Q. How long does it take to complete the online application process? Typically, the process should take roughly 10 minutes.
Q. What if I do not have access to a computer? You can submit the application from a mobile device or you can contact the school for assistance.
Q. Is there another way of submitting an application other than online? Yes, a paper application is available or you can use your mobile device to submit the application. The online application system is our preferred method and provides parents with up-to-date information.
Q. Once I've submitted the application electronically, how will I know that the submission is successful? Once the application is completed online, you will receive a generated message based on the email address you provided when you created an account.
Q. Should I allow anyone else to use my account? It is the user's responsibility to protect the integrity of any information entered in the system. This includes but is not limited to passwords or personal information about you or your child. You must also agree not to share your login information or password with anyone except a parent or legal guardian.
Q. My account has been disabled because I've attempted to login too many times. Should I set up another account? No. You must call the Office for an administrator to assist you.
Q. Are students selected based on a first-come, first-serve process? All eligible applications submitted by the application deadline will be entered into the lottery. Students are selected based on pre-defined, Board-approved criteria (if applicable) such as: sibling and staff priorities.
Q. How is the lottery conducted? The lottery is conducted in accordance with pre approved guidelines. The online system generates the list of applicants that are to be awarded seats and an ordered wait list.
Q. When will parents be notified if they are selected to participate in a program? Parents will receive notification by email if their child has been selected once the lottery has been completed.
Q. What if my child is not selected for the initial lottery process? Once the initial emails have been sent to those students who are accepted, parents must accept the seat and/or participate in a screening process. Once vacancies become available, students in the waiting pool will be offered seats using the selection process.
When it comes to quality in early childhood programs, one size does not fit all. Learning and development for each child is influenced by gender, race, ethnicity, language, socio-economic factors. The early years of a child’s life are very important for later health and development. The first 2,000 days of a child’s life sets the foundation for language development and social-emotional skills. In fact, according to research: