Child-care providers selected for Saskatchewan's new P3 schools

The schools are still under construction but registrations for the child-care centres will open on April 1.

Services chosen for 9 schools in Saskatoon, Martensville, Warman, Regina

A webcam view of the Rosewood school in Saskatoon. Child-care providers have been selected for the province's new joint-use schools in Regina, Saskatoon, Warman and Martensville. (Government of Saskatchewan)

Child-care services have been selected for nine public-private partnership (P3) schools being built in Saskatchewan.

Public and Catholic school districts announced on Tuesday they had chosen child-care providers to operate at six new facilities in Saskatoon, Martensville and Warman.

Child-care services for the three Regina schools were announced on March 15.  

The new joint-use facilities are split between the public and Catholic school boards.

The schools are still under construction but registrations for the child-care centres will open on April 1.

Saskatoon and area

  • Boys and Girls Club, Evergreen (St. Nicholas Catholic School and Sylvia Fedoruk School).
  • Tykes and Tots, Hampton Village (St. Lorenzo Ruiz Catholic School and Ernest Lindner School).
  • CFS, Rosewood(St. Thérèse of Lisieux Catholic School and Colette Bourgonje School).
  • Preston Early Learning, Stonebridge (St. Kateri Tekakwitha Catholic School and Chief Whitecap School).
  • YMCA, Martensville (École Holy Mary Catholic School and Lake Vista Public School).
  • Hope's Home, Warman (Holy Trinity Catholic School and Traditions Elementary School).

Regina

  • YMCA Harbour Landing Childcare Centre (École St. Kateri Tekakwitha Catholic School and École Harbour Landing School).
  • Hope's Home, Rosewood Park (St. Nicholas Catholic School and Plainsview School).
  • First Years Learning Center (École St. Elizabeth Catholic School and École Wascana Plains School).