Fort Erie Co-operative Preschool delivers preschool and kindergarten programs for children between the ages of 24 months and 6 years.
To register for one of our programs, you must first register with OneHSN, the Niagara Region Child Care Registry (www.niagara.onehsn.com).
Once you’ve registered and entered your child care needs, Fort Erie Co-operative Preschool will show up in the list of available child care centres. Follow the process to select the programs you’re interested in.
Once you’ve completed the process and clicked “Apply to Programs,” your request will be submitted to us automatically.
Please Note: Registering with the Niagara Region Child Care Registry does NOT mean your child is enrolled with us. Once we receive your application from the Niagara Region Child Care Registry, we will contact you to let you know if spots are available.
We do our best to respond to child care requests within 48 hours. Child care requests placed between June 30 and August 31 may take longer.
Half-day Preschool or Half-day Kindergarten Program: $30/day
Your child will enjoy a morning (or afternoon) full of active & imaginative play; our large gym & naturalized playground give us lots of room to run & jump and move our bodies, plus we spend time reading books, doing crafts, playing dress-up & so much more. Drop-off times are staggered for physical distancing. Your tuition fee includes one snack and lunch.
Full-day Preschool or Full-day Kindergarten Program: $42/day
Your child will participate in our morning preschool or kindergarten program and spend the afternoon learning even more about their world through playing and exploring. Full-day children are given time to nap/rest and spend extra time playing outside. Your tuition fee includes two snacks and lunch.
Fort Erie Co-operative Preschool participates in the Canada-Wide Early Learning Child Care program (CWELCC), which reduces child care costs for families. Prices quoted here are our child care rates before CWELCC funding. Contact us for current tuition fees. Our goal is to provide child care for $10/day by 2025.