Larch Street Kids has adopted Harassment and Discrimination Policy to ensure the protection of our employees, families, children, students, and visitors from harassment and discrimination.
The HVAC Policy - How to Voice a Concern outlines the necessary steps to take when a concern is brought forth.
Not only is Larch Street Kids invested in the health and well-being of the children in our program, but employee wellness is an important part of our organization. Parents who wish to voice a concern are asked to follow the proper steps and do so in a courteous manner.
The Parent Handbook outlines all pertinent information regarding our Child Care services. Information regarding operations, child illness, weather policies, and more can be found in this package.
Prior to registering your child, we recommend reading the Parent Handbook to familiarize yourself with our Centre and to prepare any questions you may have for our Registrar during the registration process.
The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) provides legislation regarding accommodating persons with disabilities. Larch Street Kids has trained its employees on this legislation and how to provide proper accommodations for visitors, employees, children, etc. with disabilities.
The Anti-Bullying Policy outlines the steps Larch Street Kids takes in order to provide a safe and healthy learning environment for children, staff, families, and visitors to the Centre.
124 Cedar Street Suite 107
Sudbury, Ontario P3E 1B4
M - F 8:00am - 4:00pm