2021-2022 Spaces Available

Callingwood-Lymburn Community Playschool is accepting registrations for the 2021-2022 school year! There are still spaces available for fall 2021. Please see the Registration tab for more information about registering your child for the upcoming school year, including forms and the Parent Handbook. Please contact our registrar for more information: clcpadmin@callingwoodlymburn.com


Parent Information

As a co-operative playschool, parents are encouraged to participate in our school’s operations. Please refer to the Playschool Handbook for more detailed information. Changes to how our playschool operates have been made due to the COVID-19 pandemic and EPSB restrictions. Please refer to the COVID Policies & Procedures. CLCL and CLCP strive to provide an enriching program despite any restrictions. If restrictions are eased,
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December 2020

  Callingwood Lymburn Community Playschool December 2020 Message from the Committee Lead It’s finally here again, the most wonderful time of year, especially for families with little ones running around.  Although it will look different this year, I hope everyone has some time to relax and enjoy.  Thanks to everyone who purchased their child’s art work from Art Cards by Kids, every little bit helps
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November 2020

  Callingwood Lymburn Community Playschool   November 2020 Message from the Committee Lead Wow, it’s hard to believe that we are going into our third month of playschool already.  Picture day was a success and I hope everyone is looking forward to seeing their kiddos pictures, I know I am! Beginning this November, the teachers will start checking the doors at 8:45am to ensure
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October 2020

  Callingwood Lymburn Community Playschool   October 2020 Message from the administrator Dear Parents, What a great beginning we have had! Already into our second month and the classroom schedules and activities are well underway! The little ones have adjusted nicely with both Ms. Phee and Ms. Chisholm and the teachers can’t thank you enough for the encouragement and making this transition easy on
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September 2020

  Callingwood Lymburn  Community Playschool September 2020   Message from the CLCP Committee Lead   Hi everyone and welcome to Callingwood-Lymburn Community Playschool (CLCP) for the 2020-2021 school year. I am happy to welcome back returning families and excited to get to know our new families joining CLCP.  This is my third time on the parent committee as my two oldest attended in previous years,
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April 2020

Message from the Chair I hope this message finds you and your family well. These past two weeks have been hectic with changes in our communities happening so frequently. Although we continue to cross our fingers and hope that our kids can get back to school before the year’s end, I’m sure you all know this is unlikely to happen. Please rest assure that
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March 2020

  Callingwood-Lymburn  Community Playschool March 2020 Message from the Chair Hello playschool families,  A reminder that we have our library program up and running outside the classroom. It is an honor system, so please enjoy the books. This was all made possible due to the fundraising efforts of this year (chocolates and bingos) and several past years. Great job everyone!  Important dates in March:  March
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February 2020

  Callingwood–Lymburn Community Playschool February 2020 Message from the Chair A big thank you to all the families who attended our January parent meeting.  It’s always such a pleasure to see everyone! As we enter the beginning of the second semester, please remember how important it is to arrive on time for your helper days. Parent helpers are required to arrive 15 minutes prior to
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January 2020

January 2020 Message from the Chair  Happy New Year to everyone at CLCP! I hope everyone had a relaxing holiday and was able to spend time with friends and family. A big Thank You to all the families that made donations to Kid’s Kottage. Not only is it a wonderful lesson to teach our children during the holidays, but the donations that are collected
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