We believe that a warm supportive environment, where children’s curiosity is aroused and where children are free to make their own choices, will only lead to a love of learning and self confidence. Our Kinderarts program provides learn-through-play philosophy to foster an environment that encourages self-expression, creativity, and success.
2023/2024 MONTHLY KINDERARTS FEES
Kinderarts runs in the afternoons, following the morning kindergarten program.
5 days per week
Provincial Child Care Subsidy Program
Under the federal-provincial child care agreement, affordability grants are available for full-time and part-time spaces (between 50 and 100 hours per month). Parents do not need to apply to benefit from this fee reduction, as grant funding is automatically applied to fees based on the child’s attendance.
Under the federal-provincial child care agreement, Alberta will be providing Affordability Grants to licensed child care programs that commit to working with the government to ensure fees for all families reach an average of $10 per day by the end of 2025-26.
Families who qualify for provincial childcare subsidies will have their fees reduced by an additional amount based on income. You can apply for the subsidy program on the Government of Alberta's Children & Youth Services site here:
On the street in front of the school or across from the front or side of the school.
What is the earliest drop off and latest pick up time?
For the 2022-23 school year, K-6 school drop off is 8:20 am. The school day ends at 3:35 pm.
If you are registered in TT ELC (includes ELC and Out of School Care), you can drop off as early as 7:00 am and pick up as late as 5:45 pm.
Talmud Torah Society HAS ActED As A Steward Of Jewish Learning In Edmonton Since 1912
“Having a pluralistic non-denominational school that ensures immersion in Jewish education and Judaic values is fundamental to the future of our community. Talmud Torah has been a pillar of our community for over 100 years. The Society ensures that the foundations of a strong Jewish identity and involvement in the greater Jewish community are in place." -Stacey Leavitt-Wright, CEO Jewish Federation of Edmonton