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Dear Parents and Guardians,
On behalf of our entire staff, I would like to wish and extend to you and your child a warm welcome to Shki Waase-Aaban Binoojiinh Gamik.  We are delighted your family has selected our center to be responsible for the early learning and care of your child(ren).  We trust that our time together will be a positive experience for all.
At our center, we view each child as creative, capable, and curious learners. Children learn in so many ways, and we feel that children should learn in an environment that is suitable for them. Teachers take extra time observing all the children to really get to know them individually, watching for each child’s interest and skillsets. Children are encouraged to listen to each other, share ideas, learn and use problem-solving skills daily.
It is through ongoing contact with our families that we are able to continue to offer a service reflective of your needs. We believe that childcare is a family affair and the quality of our programming is enhanced by your involvement. Parents are always welcome into the classroom, and we look forward to seeing family and friends at all of our special events.
Please feel free to offer any ideas or concerns to our staff or drop into the office any time.
Thank you again for allowing Shki Waase-Aaban Binoojiinh Gamik to be a stepping-stone in the life of your child.
Please review the New Child Care and Early Years Act: What Parents Need to Know at the following link:
Rachel Toulouse
Day Care Supervisor

3042 New Subdivision Road
Sagamok Anishnawbek, Ontario,
P.O. Box 610, P0P 1P0
Phone: 705-865-1180
Fax: 705-865-1182


All children will learn, grow and develop to realize their full potential.


The Early Childhood Initiative of Sagamok Anishnawbek will increase community knowledge and skills on the importance of Early Childhood Development by offering quality programs and services that provide children the opportunity to grow up in a safe environment that nurtures, guides, strengthens and unifies families, and inspires a sense of belonging.

Licensed operators are now required to have a program statement in line with How Does Learning Happen? Ontario’s Pedagogy for the Early Years.