Children’s centre at North Island College sharing information

Beaufort Children’s Centre, located at North Island College, has just launched its new website at www.beaufortchildcare.ca.

Beaufort Children’s Centre, located at North Island College, has just launched its new website at www.beaufortchildcare.ca.

The fresh and inviting site provides lots of information for new and existing families with young children, including program philosophy and goals, staffing, enrolment and fee information, and photo gallery.

The site was donated by Courtenay web development firm Digital Bloom.

Beaufort Children’s Centre offers three early care and learning programs for children ages 18 months to five years.

The centre is open Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and serves North Island College students, faculty, and community families.

“The new website is a great way for new families to learn more about Beaufort and for existing families to find out about upcoming events, such as Morning Meet and Greets and our Annual Silent Auction,” says new administrator Ocean Kneeland.

“Families can download application forms and submit them by e-mail, mail, or in-person.  It’s very easy and convenient.”

For more information about Beaufort Children’s Centre, you can visit its new website: www.beaufortchildcare.ca  or contact Ocean Kneeland by phone 250-897-1233 or e-mail admin@beaufortchildcare.ca.

— Beaufort Children’s Centre

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