Before you send us a message, see if we’ve got you covered below!
Adventure Daycare programs offer care for ages 30 months to school age (Kindergarten), with not more than 2 children younger than 36 months old in a single group, and we are licensed for a group max. 20 children by Island Health.
Adventure Daycare staff also have the Child Care First Aid certificate Certificates and a clean Criminal record check.
Unlicensed After school program is for children ages 5 to 9.
New center set to open September 2023! This center will accept ages 6 months to 12 years. Please register your family on the Cumberland registration link.
We are open Monday through Friday from 8 am to 5 pm. We provide full-day care for preschoolers. We also provide unlicensed after-school care for children who are enrolled in Kindergarten through 9 years of age.
Yes for our unlicensed After School Program only
Lunches and snacks are made with love and provided from home. Please keep these things into consideration:
**Courtenay location is a Nut free facility and Cumberland location is an egg free facility.
Adventure Daycare participates in the Fee Reduction Program and Affordable Child Care Benefit. The fees below are after the province’s reduction.
Cumberland and Courtenay Daycare
Unlicensed After School Program
Check if the registration period is open – Click this link!
When the registration period is open, we have a registration waiting list.
The registration process will require the following: Contact information, Health and Immunization form, Immunization Record for all children being enrolled, and Authorization for Emergency Medical Care. If your child requires medication, you will also need the Authorization for Dispensing Medication form.
Yes, your child can bring his/her favorite blanket to school, however their favorite toy should be left at home to prevent damage or loss of the item. We offer “show and tell” events where children can share items with their classmates.
Yes! All children have their own cubby for their items located in each of the classrooms.
To ensure the children stay healthy, we require that children do not attend school until they are fever-free for 24-hours – this helps keep your child and their classmates healthy.
#1 priority is the safety of children in our care including monthly fire, earthquake and playground emergency drills.
When severe weather can become a safety concern for the children and staff, Adventure Daycare will mostly base their decision made by School District 71 on whether to remain open or closed. Do check the radio stations or SD71 website. The Program Manager will send out an email notifying all the parents what decision we have made.
Yes! We are committed to making quality child care accessible to everyone.
We accept most major credit cards, cheques, and e-transfers for payments.
Monday – Friday
8:00a – 5:00p
Nature Time: Every Day
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