Kids Club

Kids Club is a before and after school program for school aged children. We provide daily activities and relationships that offer opportunities for the development and growth of each child in the following areas: physical, social, emotional, and intellectual. This is achieved by offering children choices and enrichment in a safe and nurturing environment.

To Register

  1. Register and fill out long forms for each of your children, if you are a returning family your form needs to be updated with all new information including ages, classroom teachers and any address changes.
  2. Please complete the typed word document for your child’s Emergency Card. This needs to be updated with any change to age, grade etc.  Once completed please send to kidsclub@bvo.ca so it can be printed (this can be found in the list of documents).

Kids Club After School Program

Kids Club PA Days (when school is closed)

  • Cost is $32/day
  • Dates to be determined. This program runs 7:30 am – 6:00 pm in the school gym.
  • Drop off is at the gym unless otherwise discussed (trips/outings).
  • PA Days are offered only if there is a need. A minimum of 10 children must have registrations confirmed the Friday prior to the PA Day. Confirmation is made once you have e transferred payment by the cut off period on the Friday one week before the program. Payment is sent to kidsclub@bvo.ca.
  • Children must bring their own lunch and parents are required to ensure the lunch follows the BVO’s Brown Bag Lunch Policy. Morning and afternoon snacks which follow Canada’s Food Guide and compliment the brown bag lunch policy will be provided by the Kid’s Club staff.
  • Allergies: Please speak with Jennifer/Sherrie directly regarding any allergies, concerns etc. before the program each day. If your child has allergies we will get you to fill out more forms and get a plan in place in case of emergency.

Kid's Club does not operate during Christmas Break or March Break, but our Winter Camp will usually operate out of the Beaver Valley Community Centre.

FIELD TRIPS

Trip Consent

As part of our Kids club Programs, the children will have opportunities to visit places of interest in the community. (ex. LE Shore Library, short walks, Local parks) We will walk. For planned PA Day there is separate trip consent for those trips that you will fill out at the program site when your child arrives.

Childcare Subsidy is available, please call Grey County Childcare Services
519-376-7112 or 1-800-265-3119

Attendance

Children are registered in advance. There is an option to remove your child from the list within the cut-off period. All absences must be reported first by email to kidsclub@bvo.ca and second by phone to Kids Club at 226-668-2920 by 2:30 on the day of the absence, so we know not to expect your child. We are no longer accepting telephone registrations or drop-ins. Kid’s Club Supervisor needs to be informed before the program commences as to any changes to your child’s schedule first by email to kidsclub@bvo.ca  and second by phone to Kids Club at 226-668-2920 by 2:30 on the day of the absence, so we know not to expect your child.

Bus

Any changes that impact your child being on or off the BUS must be called into the office at Beaver Valley Community School 519-599-5991 or to SVE and if the bus change impacts your child’s attendance at Kids Club, you must report the absence to Kids Club before the program commences at 226-668-2920. Kids Club is run out of Beaver Valley Community School but is a separate program and therefore you need to connect with both the BVCS office and Kids Club.

Thank you for registering and completing the Emergency Card. We are all working together to ensure the safety and well-being of your children.

Kid's Club 2019

Emergency Cards

BWDSB

2019/2020 Calendar

5-Week Rotational

Snack Schedule

You Can Help!

Donate funds, donate food, organize a food drive, or drop off needed items to support our Emergency Services.

Why Donate

Local families are able to access our emergency food cubby, clothing & household items, and fresh fruit and vegetables throughout the year. A parent receives recreational funding to help enroll their child in organized hockey/dance or other activities of their choice. Children of local families receive quality childcare right in their own community. Seniors and caregivers benefit from important information and resources available to maximize their quality of life.

For over 35 years, BVO and its many volunteers have been working hard to enhance the lives of people in The Blue Mountains, from infants to seniors, with quality programs and services. While proceeds from our Treasure Shop sales and government funding go a long way to fund BVO’s good work, financial support from the community is always needed. People give for different reasons and in different ways: to support a cause that is important to them and make an impact in their community; to ensure that their memory lives on in a meaningful way; to help reduce taxes while supporting charitable causes that align with their values. Some hold 3rd party fundraisers, where they participate in an engaging event while having fun and raising money that will help locals in our community when times are tough. 

There are many ways in which you can support BVO, both now and in the future. Please consider giving to BVO to help us continue “making good things happen in our community”.

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