Who We Are
Warman Childcare Centre is a 43 spot licensed childcare facility. The childcare centre is under the Ministry of Education and follows the regulations set out by them. We can accept children at the age of 6 weeks until they have completed kindergarten. We are open Monday – Friday 7 am-6pm.
Warman Childcare Committee was formed in the Spring of 2013, when a group of community members got together with a vision to create a licensed childcare facility in Warman, SK. At that time there were only 2 licensed day homes to serve the growing community. There was a definite need in the city. In March 2014 the organization applied and received 43 licensed spots from the Ministry of Education. The committee went into action with drawing plans, creating bylaws, apply for charitable status, and working with the City of Warman in finding land to make this vision a reality. The City of Warman found us a useable spot to build the Warman Childcare Centre. Once the land agreement was settled and the architect plans were approved, construction commenced in August 2015. Warman Childcare Centre was licensed in February of 2016 and opened the doors March 1, 2016.
A Note from the Director:
“Welcome to Warman Childcare Centre where we take pride in providing exceptional childcare to your children. We strive to make sure the children in our care feel loved and accepted, knowing that the learning will take place when this is present. Child led activities, loose parts, and open-ended play are just a few aspects of our day. We have qualified staff that are certified in Early Childhood Education, First Aid and CPR, and have a passion for working with young children.”
– Tammy Desrosiers
Warman Childcare Centre
A Note from the Board of Directors:
“On behalf of the Board of Directors for the Warman Childcare Centre *WCC), it is our responsibility that as board members we understand and act as the governing body for the centre. With our diverse backgrounds, experiences, and education our board brings a wealth of knowledge and professionalism in achieving the goals of the Centre. As board members we have a legal and ethical responsibility to ensure that the Centre does the best work possible in pursuit of its goals.
As Chairperson, it is my commitment that we as a board will work in good faith with the Director, staff members, parents, and other board members as partners working toward achieving our goals, mission, and values. I will stay informed about what’s going on in the Centre and actively participate in and take responsibility for making decisions on issues, policies, and other matters, It is our obligation to manage the Centre financially and operationally, and we feel this can be achieved through transparency and working diligently as a team.”
– Rebecca Righi
Warman Childcare Centre
Board of Directors