KazCan Daycare Program
Lisa Savard, Daycare Technician
9 chemin Begley, Kazabazua, QC, J0X 1X0
- Mornings from 7 a.m. to 8:00 a.m.
- Lunch hour from 11:30 to 12:20
- After school from 2:30 p.m. to 5:30pm
- On PD days from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
- The center opens at 7 a.m. Children should not be left at the school before that time since there is no supervision.
- KazCan is closed during all school holidays.
- All full time daycare students must be registered by September 30, 2023. (which means attending daycare at least 3 days per week)
Regular Users Daily Rate
For children who:
- are attending KazCan Daycare three to five days each week, at least 2 periods/day.
- are registered and attending before September 30th.
|Regular School Days
|$ 9.20 per child
|On PD Days
|$ 14.60 per child
Sporadic Users Daily Rate
For children who:
- are attending KazCan Daycare on drop in basis only.
- availability not guaranteed.
- only available if spaces are open and adequate staffing.
|$ 3 per child
|$ 9 per child
|Morning and Afternoon
|$ 12 per child
|On PD Days
|$ 14.60 per child
Daycare is open to any and all students of Queen Elizabeth School.
All students, including regular Kazcan Daycare users planning to attend must return a completed registration slip to the school before the indicated deadline. Fees are not refundable if your child is absent. Late registrations and/or last minute drop-ins will not be accepted. Non-Regular users must include a cheque along with their registration made payable to W.Q.S.B./ Queen Elizabeth School.
Payments must be made by online banking, cheque or cash every month for the previous month. You will receive an invoice every month with the amount owing.
- Cheques should be made payable to: W.Q.S.B. / Queen Elizabeth School
- Please show the time period the payment covers and your child’s name on the reverse side of the cheque.
- Parents will not be reimbursed for absences or minor suspensions ( 1 to 5 days ). In case of prolonged absences due to illness or long term suspensions please contact the school principal. KazCan Daycare Program follows the same rules as the school.
- If, after 2 weeks, an account has not been settled, the child/ren may be refused access to the KazCan for the following week or until the account is paid.
- If at any time payment presents a problem, please contact the school principal.
- Receipts will be provided for income tax purposes where applicable .
- If a parent is late picking up his or her child an additional $1.00 per minute late fee will be added to the monthly bill.
We request that parents provide something extra for their children to snack on after school. KazCan Daycare will provide a snack on P.D. days.
Clothes and Personal Belongings
Please label everything with your child’s name and leave a change of clothing with KazCan Daycare if required.
Children Experiencing Difficulties
If a child is experiencing difficulties at the KazCan Daycare, the staff will work in collaboration with parents in an attempt to resolve the situation. However if after repeated efforts the situation does not improve, the principal may suspend the child from the KazCan Daycare program.
In the case of early school closings, the KazCan Daycare will also be closed.
Please note that once parents have been informed of the school closing, it is their responsibility to ensure that their child is picked up by the time the school closes or to make alternative arrangements.
Parents are responsible for ensuring that KazCan Daycare has up to date names and telephone numbers of people who will be available should an emergency arise and parents cannot be reached .
Parents will be notified at once. If we cannot get in touch with a parent, the emergency number will be called.
If an accident is severe and the Daycare feels that the child should receive immediate medical attention, an ambulance may be called. Should an ambulance be required, it will be the parents responsibility to defray the cost.
Parents should note that the only health and accident insurance which applies to students is the normal coverage under the Québec Health Insurance plan.
The School Board does not carry additional coverage for injuries or illness which occur in Daycare, and which could lead to ambulance transportation, dental care or any other expenses not covered by Québec Medicare. Parents should ensure that they carry coverage against these eventualities.
Health and Medication
If a child requires medication:
- It must be prescribed by a doctor.
- The medication must be in its prescription bottle.
- Parents must bring the medication to the Daycare. A child cannot carry medication.
- Parents must complete the form “Authorization to Administer Medication”
- It is also very important that the parent inform the Daycare Technician of any serious health problems: allergies, diabetes, asthma, migraines, etc.
Parents are asked to:
- Read the rules.
Fill out the registration/ emergency form.
- Sign their children in ( for a.m. users) and sign their children out on a daily basis.
- Provide written notice if a child will be absent from Daycare. – Notify the Daycare Technician, in writing, of any change concerning the person supposed to pick up a child.
- Pay on a regular basis.
- Respect the operating hours of the Daycare.
- Respect the implementation of the School’s and Daycare Anti- Bullying Rules with regards to Bill 56.
- Daycare and School Rules are the same.
Children are asked to:
- Respect themselves, adults, other children and the environment.
- Respect and follow the School’s and Daycare Anti-Bullying Rules with regards to Law 56.
- Play safely.
- Respect the “Quiet Work Model” in use during homework and instruction time.
- Respect user regulations concerning access to the Internet.
- Not circulate in the school without authorization from the Daycare Technician.
The KazCan Daycare will:
- Respect parents’ options concerning the attendance of their child.
- Use the “Quiet Work Model” during homework and instruction time.
- Communicate with the parents.
- Take attendance.
- Issue receipts.
- Follow the rules concerning medication and emergencies.
- Follow the School’s and Daycare’s Anti-Bullying Rules with regards to Law 56.
- Adhere to all safety and procedural guidelines set out by the School and the Daycare.
- Promote awareness of the Emergency Preparedness Plan amongst parents and guardians.
- Practice the Emergency Preparedness Plan throughout the school year on a regular basis.