Aboriginal Head Start Programs

 
Flin Flon Sweetgrass Aboriginal Head Start
Flin Flon Sweetgrass Aboriginal Head Start offers learning experiences for our children while recognizing parents and caregivers as the primary teachers. Program activities address six components: Culture and Language, Health Promotion, Social Support, Parental and Family Involvement, Nutrition, and Education. Each month a theme is acknowledged: a colour and its teaching, an animal and its teaching, and the moon and its teachings. Activities relate to the theme and focus on Concepts, Science, Language, and Emotional Health and Well-being. Physical activity is part of the daily curriculum, as well as a nutritious snack. Community partnerships and networking bring information and presentations to participating families. Our program runs from September to June, Monday to Thursday. Our three-year-old children attend in the morning from 9:00–11:30am and the four-year-old children attend in the afternoon from 1:00–3:30pm. We’re located in the Lower Level of the Flin Flon Aboriginal Friendship Centre.57 Church StFlin Flon, MBR8A 1K8 For information and registration, please contact 1-204-687-1311.
Lynn Lake Aboriginal Head Start
Sherridon Aborginal Head Start is located in the Cold Lake School. The program offers learning experiences and promotes lifelong learning for children and their families, focusing on pre-schoolers while recognizing parents and caregivers as the primary teachers. Program activities address Culture and Language, Health Promotion, Social Support, Parental and Family Involvement, Nutrition and Education. Our program runs from September to June, Monday to Thursday. Our children attend in the afternoon from 1:00–3:30pm. For information and registration, please contact 1-204-468-2033.
Lynn Lake Aboriginal Head Start
Lynn Lake Aboriginal Head Start is located in the West Lynn Heights School. The program offers learning experiences and promotes lifelong learning for children and their families, focusing on pre-schoolers while recognizing parents and caregivers as the primary teachers. Program activities address Culture and Language, Health Promotion, Social Support, Parental and Family Involvement, Nutrition and Education. Our program runs from September to June, Monday to Thursday. Our three-year-old children attend in the mornings from 9:00–11:30am, and the four-year-olds attend in the afternoon from 1:00–3:30pm. For information and registration, please contact 1-204-356-2131.