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St. Nicholas

About St. Nicholas

525 Laurelwood Drive, Waterloo, Ontario, N2V 2N1
519-883-1998 
 

Opened in 2001, this school-based centre is located in the Laurelwood neighbourhood of north-west Waterloo and offers toddler, preschool, and before and after school care for children in JK to age 12. This centre is conveniently located in the St. Nicholas Catholic Elementary School.

Centre Details:
Hours of Operation: 7:00am - 6:00pm
Ages Served: 18 months to 12 years

Tours and Availability:
Please call or email the Supervisor, Judy Sgarbossa, or Assistant Supervisor, Susan Eggleston, to arrange a tour or to inquire about availability.

Registration

OneList is the place where all applications for licensed care in Waterloo Region are submitted. You can also come here to apply for financial help to pay for child care, and special needs supports. Applying is easy. To learn more about the registration process, click below on the Learn More button. If you're ready to register now, select "Take me to OneList."

Gallery

Click on any image below to get a closer look at all the playing to learn in action!

St. Nicholas Learning Stories

We love sharing all the learning that is taking place in our programs. Every program at our centre shares a new story each month, so be sure to check back often! You can also email and print each story to share with friends and family. 

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St. Nicholas Projects

Projects evolve based on the children's interests, where our educators act as co-learners. Projects are documented in three phases; generating ideas by making a plan, implementing the plan and reflecting on the learning.

Jr. Camp Completed: Summer 2019 RECEs: Ashley and Susan Objectives: To explore the children’s interest in trains and ...

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Jr. Camp Completed: Summer 2018 RECEs: Ashley V. RECE Objectives: To give children a new skill, as well as an ac...

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Jr. Camp Completed: Summer 2016 RECEs: Ashley V. RECE, Lisa S. ECF, and Emily G. RECE Objectives: Children were ...

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