Kindergarten and Grade One Registrations for Fall 2020
Registrations are now welcome for the following quality Early Years Programs. Please note that Kindergarten classes are held full days, every other day, during the school year at the following schools: Centennial, Daerwood, Happy Thought, Mapleton, St. Andrews, Ecole Bonaventure, and William S. Patterson
Please note that Kindergarten classes are held full days, every day, during the school year at Ruth Hooker, Robert Smith, and Walter Whyte Schools.
Kindergarten programs are available at all elementary schools in Lord Selkirk School Division. Please contact your local school to register. (If you are unsure which community school is yours, you may click here to use our school locator, or please contact our Board Office at 204-482-5942 or 1-866-433-5942). Our elementary schools are: Centennial, Daerwood, Happy Thought, Mapleton, Robert Smith, Ruth Hooker, St. Andrews, Walter Whyte, and William S. Patterson.
2. Ukrainian Bilingual Program - Kindergarten & Grade 1
Happy Thought School in East Selkirk provides an English-Ukrainian Bilingual program for grades K-4. Please register at the school (204-482-4521). Click here for more information on our Ukrainian Bilingual Program.
3. French Immersion Program - Kindergarten & Grade 1
Ecole Bonaventure, located at 516A Stanley Avenue in Selkirk, provides a French Immersion program for grades K-6. Please register at the school (204-785-8284). Click here for more information on our French Immersion Program.
Children who are five (5) years of age by December 31, 2020 are eligible to enroll in Kindergarten programs. A Birth Certificate and proof of residency is required to register your child.
Once the registration process is complete, you will be provided further information about your school’s Welcome to Kindergarten event/orientation. During the Welcome to Kindergarten event/orientation, your child will receive their purposefully designed Kindergarten Learning Resources bag filled with materials that support early learning, and honour the role that play has in early childhood development and learning.