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Fees and Registration

Food and Menus

Directors and Board


Director:  Anoush Bennett RECE

Director and Chair Report AGM 2018

LCCC Board of Directors 2018/2019

The board of directors for Lakeshore Community Childcare Centre is comprised of volunteer parents and 1 staff representative.  The board meets once a month with the centre director.  If you are interested in becoming a member of the board, please contact us here.  Board meeting minutes can be reviewed here.  If you have any questions or concerns for the board, please contact us here.

Executive Members

Chair: Sam McDermott

Vice Chair: Adrianna Correale - Personnel Committee

Secretary: Steph Goncalves

Treasurer: Andre Persaud

Kristine Lang- At large
Asta Piesinaite-Zangla - at large
Clay Charters - at large
Casey MacGillivary -  Parent Program Committee
Reene Mehta -  - Personnel committee, Human Resources
Jay Porter - Governance


Staff Rep:Jessica Murray

Classes, Care and Learning

Lakeshore Community Childcare Centre provides service for families with children aged 1.6 to 10 years of age.


We offer the following classes:

Toddler (18 months to 2 1/2 years)
Pre-school (2 1/2 to 4 years)
3rd Party Kindergarten (4 to 6 years)
School Age (6 to 10 years)

Click here for schedule availability and fees.

Care and Learning

We work within the ELECT (Early Learning for Every Child Today) curriculum framework, delivering an emergent, child centred and play based curriculum to all age groups. Observations made on each child help to frame the activities offered on any given day. Programming documentation is recorded daily, letting parents know what they can expect to see in their child's classroom.

Play based Learning is a process that involves continuous opportunities for exploration and interactions. All classes  have age-appropriate toys and equipment and both indoor and outdoor play spaces. Classrooms allow for quiet and active play; dramatic and messy play and  large group experiences. Toys and books are arranged so that children have independent  access.

A strong indicator of quality is related to the education of staff and their participation in ongoing training in the field of early childhood development and care.  Our caring, professional and competent staff  apply their knowledge of early childhood and use resources and materials to plan age appropriate activities and provide responsive caregiving. The staff use routines to promote learning and look for opportunities to have meaningful conversations and interactions with children daily.

For more information about ELECT programming click here.