Out of School Care(OOSC)
The Huntington Hills Community Association has offered quality Out of School Care for over 18 years. We service 5 different schools within the community, and offer a wide variety of activities. We are an acredited program.
We offer bussing to and from school for; Dr. J.K. Mulloy, Alex Munro, St. Hubert, and St. Henry, and Huntington Hills elementary School. We are able to service about 84 children.
Our qualified and enthusiastic staff strives to make sure that all the children who attend our programs have learn new things in a fun and inviting environment. It is our goal to offer a variety of activities that are designed to be adaptable for children of all ages, and abilities. We have skating in the winter, crafts, games, and many different physical activities throughout the year.
OOSC Program Closure Dates 2017-2018
Monday September 4, 2017 Labor Day
Monday October 9, 2017 Thanksgiving
Monday November 13, 2017 Remembrance Day
Monday December 25, 2017 Christmas Day
Tuesday December 26, 2017 Boxing Day
Monday January 1, 2018 New Year’s Day
Monday February 19, 2018 Family Day (Alberta)
Friday March 30, 2018 Good Friday
Monday April 2, 2018 Easter Monday
Monday May 21, 2018 Victoria Day
Monday July 2, 2018 Canada Day (in Lieu)
Monday August 6, 2018 Heritage Day
**On December 22, 2017 and December 29, 2017, the program will close at 4:00 pm and will re-open the next business day at 7:00 am**
Registration & Fees
$25 annual membership fee
Before and after school care $450.00/ month
Part - time (am care only) $250.00/ month
Part - time (pm care only) $330.00/ month
Kindergarten (Full Day Only) $585.00/ month
Full day $45.00/day
All fees are per child.
Registration Fee: There is an annual fee of $25.88 to be paid online to the Huntington Hills Community Association.
Bounced Payment Fees: $30.00 NSF fee.
Family Rate: We provide a 15% discount if parents enroll more than one child at the full time rates and, are not on subsidy.
Refunds will only be offered when adequate notice for termination of care is given. (minimum 1 month)
Subsidy is available through the Government of Alberta; http://humanservices.alberta.ca/financial-support/15104.html
Summer Day Camps 2018
Registration for our Summer Day Camps opens to families in the OOSC program Monday, April 9, 2018 and for the public on Monday April 30, 2018. Siblings of children in the program are given preference to join Summer Camp. Spaces will be assigned on a first come, first serve basis. For more information please call 587-392-2265 or 587-392-2266. You can also send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
July 3-6: Creative Campers $160.00 for the week
July 9-13: Movin' and Grovin' $160.00 for the week
July 16-20: Whacky Water Adventure $160.00 for the week
July 23-27: The Mighty Jungle $160.00 for the week
July 30-August 3: Mini Chefs $160.00 for the week
August 7-10: Animal Planet $160.00 for the week
August 13-17: Inventors Workshop $160.00 for the week
August 20-24: We Are Family $160.00 for the week
Program Closures: Monday July 2, 2018, Monday August 6, 2018 and the week of Monday August 27-Friday August 31, 2018.
*Subsidy is available through the Government of Alberta at: http://humanservices.alberta.ca/financial-support/15104.html
We accept cash, cheque, debit and credit cards.
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Child Guidance Policy
The Huntington Hills Community Association, Out of School Care Program believes that it is important to emphasize, encourage and acknowledge positive behavior. However, when inappropriate behavior does occur Leaders have agreed to use a variety of problem solving strategies as outlined in our Child Guidance Policy. The goal is to guide children so they become aware of what behaviors are appropriate and to teach them effective and positive ways to solve conflict. You will also find a copy of the Child Guidance Policy in the Parent Hand Book.
Programming for Diversity
Diversity may be defined as the richness of human differences and encompasses socioeconomic status, race, ethnicity, language, nationality, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, geography, ability, age and individual aspects such as personality, learning styles and life experiences.
Sick Child Policy
The Huntington Hills Community Association takes any illness seriously. If a child is believed to be ill the staff are to take the following steps:
All children attending the program must have a current up to date enrolment form filled out and signed by the parent or guardian.
All snacks provided by the Huntington Hills OOSC Program will consist of one serving from two or more food groups outlined in the Alberta Nutrition Guidelines for Children and Youth.