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  1. After School ProgramProvided by: Wellington Boys and Girls Club - AKA: Wellington and Area Boys and Girls Club
    Kids socialize and participate in a variety of activities. Program includes: Crafts Board games Physical activities Light and healthy snack A focus on wellness, nutrition and educational opportunitiesOffered all day on PD days. Kids do not have to be registere...
  2. Participants are picked-up from six schools in Summerside and Miscouche and transported to the Boys and Girls Club. Once at the Club kids are given a healthy snack and can participate in structured organized activities including: Do their homework Make crafts ...
  3. After-school ProgramProvided by: Boys and Girls Club of Charlottetown - AKA: Boys and Girls Club of Montague
    Provides after-school specialized programs for kids. Healthy meals and snacks Physical activity including sports and games Literacy and homework programs Mentorship and leadership development Arts and crafts Science experiments Cooking programs Outdoor activit...
  4. After-school ProgramProvided by: Boys and Girls Club of Charlottetown - AKA: Boys and Girls Club of Montague
    Provides after-school specialized programs for kids. Healthy meals and snacks Physical activity including sports and games Literacy and homework programs Mentorship and leadership development Arts and crafts Science experiments Cooking programs Outdoor activit...
  5. Online calculator that allows families to determine if they are eligible for a child care subsidy and also obtain an estimate of expected family/parental contribution towards child care costs.Call the Department of Social Development and Housing for all questi...
  6. Short-term child care to bridge the gap between having no child care provider and having a regular child care provider. See website for examples of situations that qualify.Availability of program varies - please contact to inquire.
  7. Short-term child care to bridge the gap between having no child care provider and having a regular child care provider. See website for examples of situations that qualify.Availability of program varies - please contact to inquire.
  8. Concerns or complaints about early learning centres or child care facilities should be reported to the Department of Education and Lifelong Learning, which is responsible for issuing licences to these establishments.
  9. Parents/guardians can sign-up for an online registry of the licensed early learning and child cares across PEI. The registry places their children on a waiting list for the chosen centres.