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McKee McKids is a play-based non-profit childcare program located in McKee Public School.


We provide care for children from 30 months until 12 years of age.


In 1984, we opened our doors to 19 children. 

Since 1984, we have expanded a couple of times, first to a licensed capacity of 84 and now, due to community interest and need we have increased our licensed capacity to be able to care for over 200 preschool, kindergarten and schoolage children.


All Kindergarten and Schoolage children must attend McKee Public School to attend our programs.


Our hours of operation are Monday to Friday from 7:15am until 6:00pm.


We operate 10 months of the year from September to June.











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We have started taking waitinglist forms for September 2024. If you are interested in enrolling your child in one of our programs,

please call us at 416-222-1414 or email:


and we will send you the waitinglist form

to complete.

McKee McKids is participating

in the Canada Wide Early

Learning & Childcare System


supports quality accessible

and affordable childcare for

children under 6 years of age.












Our staff are caring, dedicated, and experienced Early Childhood Educators who are registered with the College of Early Childhood Educators, as well as Assistant Early Childhood Educators.  They have all been working at McKee McKids for a number of years and are genuinely concerned about the well being of the children in their care.




McKee McKids Enrichment Centre is committed to developing policies, practices, and procedures that provide accessible quality services to its clients and their children.  Services will be provided to clients with disabilities in a manner that promotes and respects dignity, independence, integration and equal opportunity.  McKee McKids Enrichment Centre is dedicated to ensuring all programs and services are accessible to clients and their children in accordance with Ontario Regulation 429.07 Accessibility Standards for Customer Services.






  • To provide a safe, secure and happy learning environment for children.

  • To provide a flexible and free flow program.

  • To teach the children to work cooperatively with their peers.

  • To teach the children to respect their peers, parents, teachers, and environment.

  • To teach the children to be respectful and appreciative of the diverse community in which we live.

  • We strive to provide opportunities for all children, staff, parents, caregivers and board members to develop positive attitudes towards and understanding of all people and customs

  • To ensure that the children's physical, social, emotional, intellectual and developmental needs are met, within the program capabilities.

  • To encourage language development and communication skills.

  • To promote enjoyment of learning and a quest for knowledge.

  • To enhance skills and knowledge through a wide variety of programs, activities and experiences.

  • To foster positive self esteem in each child.

  • To support parents in their goals to raise healthy, well adjusted children.






                   Parent Handbook

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