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StrongStart Locations in Abbotsford

StrongStart is a birth to five year old parent and child program offered at many locations around the Abbotsford School District.  We encourage all of our families to join StrongStart.  All parents are welcome to bring the children under 5 to participate in this interactive, collaborative program.

StrongStart Locations in Abbotsford:

Alexander Elementary, 2250 Lobban Rd. M-to-F, noon to 3pm.
Clearbrook Elementary, 3614 Clearbrook Rd. M-to-F, 8:30-11:30am.
Dormick Park Elementary, 32161 Dormick Ave. M-to-F, 8:30-11:30am.
Dr. T.A. Swift Elementary, 34800 Mierau Ave. M to F, 8:30-11:30am.
Godson Elementary, 33130 Bevan Rd. M-to-F, 8:30-11:30am.
Harry Sayers Elementary (Two StrongStarts), 31321 Blueridge Dr. M-to-F, 8:20-11:20am; & M-to-F, 11:50am-2:50pm. Saturday, 9am to noon.
John Maclure Elementary/Community school, 2990 Oriole Cres. M-to-F, 11am-2pm.
Margaret Stenersen Elementary, 3060 Old Clayburn Rd. M-to-F, 9am- Noon.
Sweeney Neighbourhood Centre, 33355 Bevan Ave. M-to-F, 9am – noon. Saturday: 11:30am to 2:30pm.
Ten-Broeck Elementary, 2580 Stanley St. M-to-F, 8:30-11:30am
Terry Fox Elementary, 3071 Babich St. M-to-F, 9am-12noon.

(NOTE: Strongstarts are closed on all school vacation and professional development days)

StrongStart BC early learning programs provide school-based early learning services for adults and their young children, aged birth to five, at no cost to families. Both children and adults can benefit from StrongStart BC early learning programs - children have access to high-quality learning environments and benefit from social interactions while the adults who accompany them learn new ways to support learning, both at the program and at home. 

  • Qualified early childhood educators lead learning activities, including stories, music and art to help children get ready for success in kindergarten. 
  • Parents and caregivers attending StrongStart BC programs can expect to participate in organized sessions like story time, in play activities, and in serving a healthy snack. 
  • Parents and caregivers are likely to discover new ways to support their children's learning at home and may make valuable connectsion with others attending the program.