New School Uniform Policy

Dear Parents,

Effective January 4th 2016, all of our students are expected to wear plain white and navy blue outfits, and black shoes. The ladybug patch is to be ironed on the left hand side on the blouse, cardigan, jacket, etc, at the level of your child’s armpit.

FMD ladybug patch

We should receive the patches within two weeks, and they will be available directly at the center for a fee of $5.00.

Please email any questions that you may have regarding the school attire to ediths_childcare@hotmail.com.

Kind regards,
Edith Ziolkiewicz 

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Review On Google About Our Out Of School Care Program

My daughter has been going to Fraser Montessori for 6 months. By the time she joined Fraser Montessori, she just landed BC with very limited language proficiency which I really worried how she could get along with staffs and other kids. Edith has assured me with her substantial amount of experiences and her philosophical responsibilities towards leading education at her field. At the end, I could tell that she really loves kids! I still believe that I made a good choice sending my child to Montessori.

One thing I believe that it is great with Edith is her unilateral communication way between educator(Edith) and parents which really helps for children’s personality development, at least this works for us. I appreciate for Edith’s effort to share things about my kid and try to understand by combining individual’s background including family tradition. Just because Edith does not hesitate to discuss with me about OUR CHILD together, I can make my approach to my child better.

Overall, since her first day at Montessori, my daughter likes Montessori than her school and this really tells me that Edith and other staffs furnish their environment/atmosphere/facilities at home.

Thank you Edith, staffs, and kids!

Written by Sangmi Jeon

SCHOOL CALENDAR 2015

DAYCARE HOLIDAYS FOR 2015

*** SCHOOL CLOSURE***

1 Thursday, January 1 New Year’s Day
2 Monday, February 9 Family Day
3 Friday, April 3 Good Friday
4 Monday, April 6 Easter Monday
5 Monday, May 18 Victoria Day
6 Wednesday, July 1 Canada Day
7 Monday, August 3 B. C. Day
8 Monday, September 7 Labor Day
9 Monday, October 12 Thanksgiving Day
10 Wednesday, November 11 Remembrance Day
11 Thursday, December 24 Christmas Eve (closed at 1pm)
12 Friday, December 25 Christmas Day
13 Saturday, December 26 Boxing Day
14 Thursday, December 31 New Years Eve ( closed at 3pm)

Celebration of Winter

We would like to thank you for coming to our annual Christmas Concert. It was such a pleasure to enjoy the performance and good food together.

Many thanks to our volunteer parents who did a great job helping us with food preparation as well as cleaning after the party.

Also we thank Santa and Santa’s helper for coming.

Our school teachers, music teacher and instrumentalist who spent many hours in planning and executing the event. Thank you!\

Last but not least, a big “thank you” to all of our students for the unforgettable performance.

Thank you all and we wish you a happy new year!

Natural Disaster Kit – list of items that are required

Natural Disaster Survival Kit
Dear Parents,
It is the Fraser Health’s requirement that each child must have a survival kit at the daycare.
We must collect the kits upon registration, there will be no acception to this rule.
The kit must include minimum of:
1) 9 protein bars
2) 3 bottles of water (500ml. each)
3) Thermal blanket
4) Out of town contact
5) Most recent photograph of your child
Optional items are:
1) Flashlight
2) Family photo
3) Letter from the parents
4) Soft toy