• Apr2022

    Discovery’s Management and Board members have been paying close attention to what is happening regarding our weather. Some of you may have already heard that the school buses in the St. James Assiniboine School Division, WILL NOT be running for the next two days (Wednesday and Thursday) due to the...

  • April 2 to April 8 3 staff reported positive case of COVID-19 to Discovery during this period of time. (1-SAT (Flex), 1-S2 (Stevenson) and 1-S1) 2 children reported; (1-P1 and 1-NNS -Tues/Thurs). Screening for symptoms is important to identify any potential cases of COVID-19 as quickly as possible, before exposure...

  • For the safety of the families who require accessible parking, Discovery has created an accessible parking space in our parking lot off the back lane. PLEASE DO NOT USE THIS PARKING SPACE IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A PERMIT. The parking space next to the trailer in the parking lot,...

  • Health Canada released a new national guideline for lead in drinking water in March 2019. The guideline lowered the allowable levels of lead in drinking water, from 0.01 mg/L (milligrams per litre) to 0.005 mg/L (milligrams per litre). In September 2020, the Office of the Auditor General released their report...

  • The School Division has informed Discovery that Hampton Street will be closed (parking on that street will not be available) for a couple of days this week. Parents will be encouraged to park on Silver Ave. To accommodate for parent drop off and pick up on April 5 and April...

  • Covid Cases Reported

    April 1, 2022

    March 12 to April 1 (this report is for a 2 week period) 1 staff reported a positive case of COVID-19 to Discovery during this period of time. 5 children reported; 3 in SA zone 4 (2-Assiniboine and 1-Stevenson) and 2 children reported in PS zone 1 (1-P1 and 1-P2)....

  • Mar2022

    Discovery’s Closure Day policy states, the Centre will close one day per year during which time the staff will be involved in a training workshop.  Traditionally, Discovery Children’s Centre would close on Easter Monday. This year, Discovery will close on Monday, July 4, 2022 in lieu of the training day....

  • Through the Canada-Manitoba Canada-Wide ELCC Agreement, under the key priority area of affordability, an announcement was made that there would be an increase to the net household income thresholds for the Child Care Subsidy Program, increasing the number of eligible children. Under this agreement, the department recently increased the subsidy...

  • Discovery’s Next Steps

    March 25, 2022

    We are all looking forward to having parents and visitors back into our building next week (beginning, Monday, March 28th)  Before entering the building, be sure to complete the screening questions (staff will no longer be screening you) www.manitoba.ca/covid19/index.html . If your child has symptoms, you will be called and...

  • We are gradually returning to normal and this begins with the removal of public health orders. While requirements are going away, public health continues to provide guidance and recommendations, similar to other communicable diseases. March 14th   Removal of mask requirements Like many other Early Learning and Child Care facilities Discovery...