Rocky Mountain School District No. 6

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Ready, Set, Learn Events Spring 2022

Children outside with magnifying glass

School District 6 is excited to invite families of preschool children 3-5 years of age to Ready, Set, Learn events across the District. These events will provide preschool children 3-5 years of age and their families with FREE resources and community information! There will be a gift bag for each family as well as pamphlets outlining all of the FREE programs, supports, and opportunities available for families and their preschool children prior to entering Kindergarten. Early Years community partners and Kindergarten school principals will all be available to provide information and answer questions. Please join us on the following dates:

Kimberley - June 1st from 4:00-6:00 in the Blarchmont field (1850 Warren Avenue)

Golden - June 9th from 10:00-12:00 at Clown Park (902-10th Avenue South)

Invermere - June 10th from 3:00-5:00 at Pothole Park (639-7th Avenue South)

If you have any questions, please contact Crystal MacLeod - District Vice Principal, Early Learning at crystal.macleod@sd6.bc.ca   

Ready, Set, Learn

Ready, Set, Learn is an initiative that recognizes that families need positive connections with the school system and community agencies that provide relevant resources, support and information.  All public elementary schools in Rocky Mountain School District will be offering an opportunity for all three to five year olds to come to their neighbourhood school. This event is a partnership between the province, the district, and the early childhood educators in the Kimberley, Windermere and Golden zones. 

Ready, Set, Learn events may take place at various locations in the community as well as in schools and give parents and caregivers the opportunity to meet many Early Years partners (Speech Language, Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy, Public Health, Ministry of Child and Family Development, Ktunaxa Kinbasket Child and Family Services, and many more). These Early Years partners will provide helpful tips for supporting your preschooler's learning and development and they will hand out information about the many free, local services and supports available for families in your specific community. 

Four year olds, those children who will be entering Kindergarten in September, will also be invited to a Kindergarten Orientation at their neighborhood school. More information will be given about Kindergarten Orientation when you register your child and can learn more on our Kindergarten page.