Welcome to Westpark Daycare!
We want to take this opportunity to welcome all of you back and especially our new parents.
For those of you who are not familiar with our daycare policies and procedures:
PLEASE READ THE PARENT HANDBOOK 2018-2019.
It contains important information regarding operational policies and procedures.
Communication with you is essential in order to maximize quality service for your child/children. We shall be sending newsletters and memos periodically during the course of the school year. I have begun to post the daycare’s newsletters on the Westpark Daycare website. Please refer to the “Daycare Bulletin Board” (situated on the wall beside the girls’ bathroom) for additional information concerning the daycare.
Westpark has a large Daycare of over 400 children, operating daily from 7:00 to 7:55, during the lunch period (11:30 to 12:30), and from 14:30 to 18:00 p.m., as well as on professional days. The program includes a snack time, supervised homework period, as well as many sports, art, and social activities.
|Regular School Day||Pedagogial/Professional Days||Holidays|
Early Morning Daycare
Please take note that Early Morning Daycare isavailable to students who are register in this program and begins at Children in the Early Morning Daycare be accompanied by an adult directly to the daycare door. Please abide by this rule at all times. After 7:55 a.m. the children should join the other students in the school yard. When entering or leaving the parking lot, please ensure that you drive slowly and cautiously at all times. We do not want parents or staff “bumping” into each other.
Daycare Activity Schedule
Check out the Daycare Activity Schedule for all the activites for the year.
Let us introduce ourselves: Our staff is a group of dedicated and caring individuals whose priority is to promote a safe and caring atmosphere during the daycare hours. We are proud to say that they facilitate and promote a positive attitude as a team initiating an enriched and successful daycare program.
|Educators||Group A||Rm. 104||Elissa Rosenkratz||K|
|Group B||Rm. 105||Karen Braham||K|
|Group||Rm. 101||Daniela Arbogast||K|
|Group C||Rm. 102||Simonetta Angelone||Grade 1|
|Group D||Rm. 103||Linda Sim||Grade 1|
|Group P||Rm. 109||Nina Myvan||Grade 1|
|Group E||Rm. 106||Brenda Gordon Moore||Grade 2|
|Group F||Rm. 108||Bessie Tsiros||Grade 2|
|Group G||Rm. 206||Elaine Neiman||Grade 3|
|Group I||Rm. 201||Dawn Fraser||Grade 3|
|Group H||Rm. 202||Judy New||Grade 4|
|Group J||Rm. 204||Cristina Caccavelli||Grade 4|
|Group K||Rm. 210||Bonnie Luffer||Grade 5|
|Group M||Rm. 207||Lisa Brady||Grade 5|
|Group O||Rm. 205||Shauna Rosen||Grades 5 & 6|
|Group K||Rm. 210||Wendy Thomas||Grade 6|
|Educator Replacement||Milena Depasquale|
|Educator Replacement||Marci Brasgold|
|Educator Replacement||Sue Unicomb|
|Daycare Principal||Educator||Ursula Dixon|
Margaret Gogoris is the Daycare Technician of the Westpark Daycare.
The Homework Program begins the second full week of school and ends the first week in June. The educators responsible for the homework supervision are available to encourage and to assist, but the homework is primarily the responsibility of each child.If a student is misbehaving or is disruptive during the homework period, he/she will be sent to the daycare office.
It is essential to maintain communication with the teachers and parents throughout the year to help your child if he/she is having difficulty coping with the assigned homework.
It is the responsibility of the parents to inform themselves of any updated information regarding upcoming daycare events or ped days. Information is available to all daycare parents and is posted on the Daycare Bulletin Board. Ped day registrations are given when you pick up the children from daycare.
The Ped. Days operate from 8:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M.
Early Morning Daycare is available ONLY for those students registered in the program.
In order to plan and book well in advance, we insist that the deadline dates for Ped.Day registrations are respected.
Emergency Medical Treatment Form: This form is necessary to complete for each Ped.Day your child/ren will attend.
If you need more information, please do not hesitate to contact me at 514 685-9680 or e-mail
email@example.com, or come and see me.
Have a good year!!
Daycare User Committee
This organization plays an advisory role and is chaired by the Daycare Coordinator. It provides a forum for consultations and feedback. It is a liaison for all parents who use the daycare service. Its main focus is on the quality of the daycare services.