How are our StrongStart BC Educators and programs adapting their service and commitment to the Early Learning development and Social and Emotional Well-Being of young children as well as maintaining connections and relationships during COVID-19?
Safely, with grace and commitment that’s how.
Let’s check in with some of our StrongStart BC CR4YC partners and see how they have recreated and adapted their programs. We thank those communities for sharing. It is our hope that this information serves as an invite to tweak programs under the current circumstances and in doing so, help other communities to renew their commitment to this never more important than now, Early Learning program.
Kamloops SD 73: United we PLAY, United we win.
We may look different, but that doesn’t change the fun and learning! We are adjusting to our new norm in Kamloops with great spirit and determination.
What the Sunshine Coast Community (SD 46) is rolling out this Fall for their StrongStartBC programming?
StrongStart BC Ideation from the Vancouver School Board (SD 39)
School District 60: Peace River North Community Considers a StrongStart Re-Opening Safety Plan
SD35 Langley School District StrongStart:
Safe Return Plan, Stage II September 2020
Burnaby Schools SD41 Keeping Communication and Invitations Open
Background from Ministry of Education, bced.gov.bc.ca
StrongStart BC programs provide rich learning environments designed for early learning development – language, physical, cognitive, social and emotional. Qualified early childhood educators lead learning activities where children find opportunities to make friends and interact with others of similar ages. StrongStart BC centres operate on a drop-in basis during the school year, and are intended for attendance by children ages 0-5, along with their parent or caregiver.