Out-of-School Care Program

Thunderbird Out-of-School Care

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Hi parents! Are you going to school, looking for a job or working? Look no further! We offer a licensed program with qualified, caring and experienced staff.

Program operation hours:
School days: 7:30 AM- 9:00 AM & 3:00 PM-6:00 PM
Full days: 7:30 AM-5:30 PM (Pro-D Days, seasonal breaks)
Summer (July & Aug): 8:00AM-5:30 PM
Closed for stat holidays, OSC Pro-D Days, and Winter Break.

 

Program Costs:
Before and After School Care $200/month

Monthly fee includes: Full day care during seasonal breaks & school closure days.

Program Details:

Our program offers a wide variety of challenging and fun activities before and after school for children aged 5-12 years who attend Thunderbird Elementary School. We aim to provide a positive experience through social and recreational activities, such as arts & crafts, cooking, games and sports. Breakfast and after school snacks are provided daily. A hot lunch is provided on full days.

Pre-approved government subsidies are accepted.

Please contact Krissy 604-713-1830 or at tbirdosc@gmail.com for more information.

Winter Hours of Operation

Monday – Friday 9:00 AM-9:00 PM
Saturday 9:00 AM-5:00 PM
Sunday & Stat Holidays Closed

The Fitness Centre & Front Office closes 15 minutes prior to building closure.

Family Day – Mon, Feb 20 10am-2pm – Check back for scheduled activities

Winter Registration

Winter registration (Jan-Mar programs) is on-going through vanrec.ca or during regular operating hours. Download for Winter 2023 program guide.

Online Registration:  Click here to see program list filter for *Thunderbird Community Centre

Upcoming Spring Registration (for April to June programs) and Summer Day Camps:

  • Catchment – Sat, Feb 25 9am
  • General – Sat, Mar 11, 9am
  • Summer Day Camp registration for out-of-catchment residents will start Sat, Apr 11, 9am
Contact & Location

Phone: 604-713-1818
E-mail: Thunderbirdcc@vancouver.ca

Partnerships & Sponsors

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Steve Nishi, Skeena Tennants Association