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Le Club History

The Le Club community has grown to include fourteen Before & After school child care programs since its inception in 1994. The Executive Director, Palmina Muscat, is devoted in providing exceptional school age child care in safe, stimulating, culturally dynamic environments. Le Club programs operate within the York Region community and are all operated as not-for-profit, high quality living and learning environments for children aged 4 to 12. The name “Le Club” was chosen by a community based board and the children enrolled in the first program at Woodland to reflect the pedagogical intent to give the children ownership of their learning, their activities and their environment.

Community Board of Directors

The Le Club Board of Directors prides itself on being a community based Board and has from the onset, had at least two parent members, two community members and one qualified Early Childhood Specialist. All Board Members actively participate in all Board Meetings and decisions. The Executive Director, Palmina Muscat, attends all board meetings as a non-voting member.

The Le Club Charter of Rights

· Everyone has the right to feel safe.
· Everyone has the right to feel welcome.
· Everyone has the right to make new friends.
· Everyone has the right to not be ever bullied.
· Everyone has the right to laugh, smile and be happy.
· Everyone has the right to feel O.K. after they cry.
· Everyone has the right to a lot of fun.
· Everyone has the right to feel special and loved.
· Everyone has the right to be respected and be respectful.
· Everyone has the right to be heard and to hear.
· Everyone has the right to be appreciated.
· Everyone has the right to participate in activities of their choice.
· Everyone has the right to sit wherever they want.
· Everyone has the right to have their feelings respected.
· Everyone has the right to know the meeting times.
· Everyone has the right to be creative.
· Everyone has the right to sports time.
· Everyone has the right to do their homework wherever they want.
· Everyone has the right to play pretend.
· Everyone has the right to participate, say no or pass.
· Everyone has the right to be cared for when sick or hurt.
· Everyone has the right to express their opinion.
· Everyone has the right to vote.
· Everyone has the right to be special and unique.
· Everyone has the right to eat cookies and candies as treats sometimes.