Daycare & Preschool ASC

JCC After School Care

School Pro-D Days k-gr 7


Member Value Price: $60; Regular Price: $74
Pro D Days must be purchased in advance

Date Code Activities School*
Fri Oct 23 5301 Rock and Roll 50’s Day
Field trip: Bowling
Fri Nov 6 5302 Daring Detective Day
Field trip: Police Museum
Fri Nov 27 5303 Mini-Maccabi Day
Field trip: BC Sports Hall of Fame
Dec 21-31   Winter Camp  

VTT: Vancouver Talmud Torah; VSB: Vancouver Public Schools

Registration closes three business days before a Pro-D Day. A min. of 6 children required to run Pro-D Days. In the event of cancellation you will be contacted in advance and issued a full credit. Withdrawal requests will be honored if made by 6:00pm of the preceding day. A credit will be issued minus $10 administration fee. No same day cancellations accepted.

After School Care (k -gr 7)

The 2015/16 school year After School Care program is FULL

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  • Club J operates September-June (10 months)
  • Fee options vary. Please contact Program Coordinator for detailed information
  • Fees include extended care on early dismissal days
  • Pick up provided for L'Ecole Bilingue, Vancouver College and Vancouver Talmut Torah
  • Add-on all-day care options on school Pro-D days are available
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Operated by the JCC Early Childhood Education Department, our licensed Club J After School Care programs provide a
nurturing and safe environment.

  • Programming that reflects the interests of the children
  • Materials for creative art
  • Cooperative games
  • Quiet areas for reading, homework and 'down' time
  • Swimming in the Belzberg Aquatic Centre
  • Participation in sports and games
  • Outdoor play area
  • Healthy snacks 

Contact: Tracy Labrosse
Club J After School Care Program Coordinator
Phone: (604) 257-5111 ext. 404

Congratulations to Tracy Labrosse, Club J Coordinator, selected as Sheva Fellow Leader in Jewish Early Childhood Education 

Tracy Labrosse Club J CoordinatorTracy Labrosse, our Club J Coordinator has been selected as one of 19 fellows in North America to participate in JCC Association’s first Sheva-Covenant Directors Institute. The program, funded with a $230,000 Covenant Foundation Signature Grant, will develop high quality leadership in the field of early childhood education to ensure excellence in programming in the field and address anticipated leadership shortages.

The 19 fellows come from JCCs in diverse communities as Salt Lake City, Utah, Newton, Massachusetts, Austin, Texas, and Vancouver, British Columbia to name a few. The three-year program will provide concrete skills and knowledge in order that they develop as leaders in the field. They will participate in in-person retreats, distance learning and a study tour to Israel.

“I am thrilled that Tracy has been chosen to participate in this Directors Institute,” Susan Hoppenfeld, Early Childhood Director, stated. “With her exemplary background in early childhood and after school care, she will bring her experience and expertise to this group, at the same time gaining new knowledge and skills to expand and deepen her practice as a leader and educator."

Tracy expressed that she is “honoured to be a part of the Sheva Covenant Director’s Institute. She said that she “looks forward to a journey filled with knowledge, leadership, and comradery; strengthening my sense of belonging in the Jewish community, and empowering me as a professional in the field of early childhood education.”

“This is an exciting opportunity to shape the field of Jewish early childhood education,” says Mark Horowitz, JCC Association’s vice president, early childhood education and family engagement. “Focusing on the directors allows us to continue providing excellent education that has become synonymous with what JCCs offer; we’re very grateful to the Covenant Foundation for recognizing this and providing this opportunity.”