Taught by certified teachers, the St. Albert Public Schools' Preschool Program will appeal to all children in the community, including children with severe needs who will access supports and services through Program Unit Funding (PUF). Our program provides developmentally-appropriate learning experiences, activities and opportunities to help prepare your child for school. Early intervention is key in supporting young children for success throughout their lives, socially, emotionally, physically and academically.
This program is:
- appropriate for children of all abilities, who are 2.5 to 4.5 years of age before September 1 of the year in which they wish to enroll
- offered three days a week (Tues.-Thurs.) for children in unfunded spots, and four days a week (Tues.-Fri.) for children who are receiving supports and services through PUF, with morning and afternoon classes available
- taught by certified teachers with training in child development, along with teacher aides and a team of therapists (psychologist, speech, occupational, physical and music therapists, etc.)
- offered at our district office at 60 Sir Winston Churchill Avenue, Wild Rose Elementary School, Keenooshayo Elementary School, and our newest site at 107 - 80 McKenney Avenue.
Our teachers are:
- Tracy Columbine, Tammy Olsson and Brittany Daneliuk (district office site)
- Gillian Demery, Jill Yaremchuk and Sheri Wedman (Wild Rose site)
- Shelley MacAllister (Keenooshayo site)
- Sandy MacPherson (McKenney Avenue site)
Click on the following links to access our registration form or subsidy information. For more information, please contact Renee Lukie, Preschool/PUF Coordinator, Tracy Columbine, Preschool Curriculum Coordinator, or Maureen Hodgson, Preschool Secretary, at 780.419.6545.