Sunshine Discovers growth opportunities in the Vanderhoof community

The NVCSS has resurrected the Rainbow Christian School in replacement of Sunshine Discoveries Preschool.

Christina Millington

Omineca Express

 

 

 

The Nechako Valley Community Services Society (NVCSS) has resurrected the Rainbow Christian School in replacement of Sunshine Discoveries Preschool.

The preschool will be attending to children 3 years old to 5 years old with the “support, education and to empower individuals and families to enhance independence, confidence and wellness with respecting the diversity within the community.”

Doors will be open September 17 and will run until June 21, 2013. The preschool will be operating Monday’s through Thursday’s (with four hour blocks to chose from).

Sunshine Discoveries executive director, Tyrell Arnold thought this would be an opportunity to “diversify” within the community.

“We will be utilizing the classrooms and equipment that the Rainbow Christian School was using,” said Arnold.

The preschool will also be implementing a daycare service in hopes to cater to the need for care providers in the community.

“This is an exciting project to be involved in,” said Arnold.

If you’re interested in having your children enrolled with Sunshine Discoveries Preschool you can visit NVCSS for a registration package at 157 W. Victoria Street. Registrations can be submitted in person, by email or by fax and will be accepted until September 1, 2012.

 

 

 

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