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Neegan Daitse dii - Aboriginal Head Start

About Us

The High Level Aboriginal Head Start is a free early education program funded through Public Health Agency of Canada and sponsored by the High Level Native Friendship Centre Society, a local urban Indigenous nonprofit organization. We provide a learn through play environment designed to meet the spiritual, emotional, mental and physical needs of each child. We have two classes per day with up to 20 children in each class. We provide daily meals, cultural teachings, parental workshops, family programming and resources, monthly field trips and our daily activities detailed in our Parent Orientation package.

Program Details

  • 3-5 years of age. 
  • 3 years old and older of starting date. 
  • Must be fully toilet trained (Can go to the bathroom on their own.)
Priority given first to applicants with any Indigenous Ancestry

Program Features 

Our Program works with children from 3-5 years of age. We follow six components:
  • Culture & Language
  • Education
  • Health Promotion
  • Social Support Programs
  • Nutrition 
  • Parental Involvement 
These six components are integrated into our daily programming. We follow a learn through play approach environment in the classroom.