Spul’u’kwuks Fees

2018/2019

Clubhouse Fee Schedule

September 2018 to July 2019

(Spul’u’kwuks)

FULL-TIME RATES:

  • $430.00 per month for school age full time care

(September/October/November/January/February/March/May/June/July)

  • $25 per day for days school is in session in December 2018 (5 days)
  • $25 per day for days school is in session in April 2019 (2 days)

Monthly fee includes:

  • Early Dismissals
  • Professional Days

Monthly fee does not include:

  • Winter Vacation 2018
  • Spring Vacation 2019

Morning ONLY RATES:

$235.00 per month for AM care only (7:00am to 9:00am only)

  • $20 per morning for days school is in session in December 2018 (5 days)
  • $20 per morning for days school is in session in April 2019 (2 days)

The monthly fee does not include:

  • Early Dismissals
  • Professional Days
  • Winter Vacation 2018
  • Spring Vacation 2019

Permanent Part Time and Drop-in RATES

(2 days per week/3 days per week is full time care)

$20.00 per morning      

$25.00 per afternoon

OR $40/day for am and pm care

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$50.00             Professional Days

$30.00             Early Dismissals

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Permanent Part-Time Families:

  • Families are responsible for prepaying for the specific day(s) registered whether or not the child attends affording the registration privileges of full-time participants.
  • This includes days that fall on statutory or recognized holiday days.
  • Days during Winter and/or Spring Break are subject to actual use costs.
  • Days cannot be switched.  Families will be charged the drop in rates for any additional days of care and are subject to availability rules.
  • During Winter and/or Spring Break families may register through their “home’ center.

Drop-In Families:

  • Please note that drop-in care is available space permitting.
  • Families requiring drop-in care must contact their home center or the office prior to dropping off their child to ensure a space is available.
  • During Winter and/or Spring Break families must pre-register through the office.

PLEASE NOTE:

  • Full-time registration takes precedence over permanent part-time, part-time or drop-in registration.  If a center operating at full capacity with combination of full-time and part-time participants requires the space for a new full-time participant the following will happen:

a) The staff will review the current registration list to determine the last part-time or drop-in participant registered;

b) The family will be contacted and given the opportunity to move to a full-time space; or

c) If the family chooses to not take the full-time space they will be given one month’s notice.

Withdrawal information:

  • ONE MONTH’S written notice or PAYMENT in lieu of notice is required to withdraw your child from the center or change from full-time to part-time or drop in care. Notice is accepted on the 1st or 15th of the month.
  • Vacancies which occur after May 15th are difficult to fill. The fees for July will be required if we receive written notice after May 15th of the school year.
  • To secure a child’s space for the coming school year the July payment is required.

Payment information:

  • Families will have the option of paying by debit or credit card.
  • If a child is unable to attend the center due to illness or holidays families are still responsible for the full payment of agreed fees for the month.
  • Families with fees outstanding for 45 days or more will be asked to withdraw their child until their account is current.
  • Child Care Subsidy through the provincial government is available for low-income families to meet the costs of child care.  A parent or guardian who qualifies for subsidy pays the difference between the subsidy amount and our fee.  It is the parent’s responsibility to apply to the Ministry of Children and Family Development for subsidy.

Late Charges:

  • Our centers close at 6:00 pm daily.  Parents/Guardians picking up their child will be charged $10.00 for every 15-minute block after 6:00 pm.  The late fee is not prorated and must be paid prior to a child returning. Repeat offenders will be asked to withdraw their child from the center.

Summary of FULL TIME FEES:

September 2018 $430

October $430

November $430

December $125  (Winter Vacation extra)

January 2019 $430

February $430

March $430

April $   50 (Spring Vacation extra)

May $430

June $430

July $430   (last day of care Thursday, July 25, 2019)

Spul’u’kwuks Clubhouse is closed Friday, July 26 to Monday, September 02, 2019

Closures:

  • Monday, September 03, 2018
  • Monday, October 08
  • Monday, November 12
  • Monday, December 24
  • Tuesday, December 25
  • Monday, December 31
  • Tuesday, January 01, 2019
  • Monday, February 18

Winter Vacation 2018

WEEK

LOCATION

HOURS

COST

December 10 – 14

Spul’u’kwuks

8:00am – 6:00pm

$203 per week

December 17 – 21

Spul’u’kwuks

8:00am – 6:00pm

$203 per week

December 24 – 28

CLOSED

December 31 – January 04

CLOSED

  • School is in session December 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th (5 days)
  • December fee $125.00
  • To secure your child’s space for January 2019 the December payment is required.

Spring Vacation 2019

WEEK

LOCATION

HOURS

COST

April 01 – 05

Spul’u’kwuks

8:00am – 6:00pm

$203 per week

April 08 – 12

Spul’u’kwuks

8:00am – 6:00pm

$203 per week

April 15 – 18

Spul’u’kwuks

8:00am – 6:00pm

$203 per week

April 23 – 26

Spul’u’kwuks

8:00am – 6:00pm

$203 per week

  • School is in session April 29th, 30th (2 days)
  • To secure your child’s space for May 2019 the April payment is required.

Closures cont’d . . .

  • Friday, April 18, 2019
  • Monday, April 222
  • Monday, May 22
  • Friday, July 26, 2019 to September 02, 2019

Other Closures:

On occasion, it may be necessary to close centers due to heavy snowfall or inclement weather whereby the facilities are not available for our use or the Ministry of Transportation declares the roads unsafe.  During snow events it is common for police and other authorities to advise people to avoid unnecessary travel.

We will make every attempt to continue to provide you with the most up to date information available regarding closures in the event of unforeseen circumstances.

Check our web page for possible closures at www.ttk.org