Founded in 1977, the Regina Early Learning Centre is a family and child development centre working with families to foster the healthy development of children, from prenatal to five years of age. The first five years of life are incredibly important and can have a profound impact on physical and mental health, educational success, and the ability to become a contributing member of our community. Investments in young children lead to healthier children, stronger families, and more vibrant communities.
“The First Years Last Forever”
The Regina Early Learning Centre supports the healthy development of young children by providing a range of education and support services for young children and their families. These programs help create brighter futures for children, families, and our community as a whole.
The Centre was created to work in partnership with low-income families to enable their children to achieve their full potential. This partnership with parents is central: parents are involved in a variety of meaningful ways. These include governance, home visits, an open-door policy, and programming for parents.
We take great pride in the governance of the Regina Early Learning Centre, and are pleased to share our Annual Report for the 2019/20 fiscal year, as presented at our Virtual AGM, delayed this year until February 25, 2021.