CEFA (Core Education and Fine Arts) junior kindergarten in South Delta celebrated its grand opening on Saturday, May 18.
Located in Tsawwassen Commons at #202 – 4890 Canoe Pass Way, CEFA South Delta is the 21st franchised CEFA school to open to date. More than 100 adults and children joined the staff of CEFA South Delta in the festivities.
Taking part in the ribbon cutting ceremony was Delta Coun. Jeannie Kanakos, CEFA president Alex Read, principal Ofelia Rosca, and franchise partners May Wong and Simon Liu with their children Miranda and Skyler.
“We were very lucky to have this amazing opportunity to open up this incredible curriculum based child care on Tsawwassen First Nations land,” said Wong.
Kanakos also emphasized the importance of quality childcare.
“I was able to have children, complete my Master’s Degree, and find meaningful employment with the support of quality daycare,” said Kanakos.
At the event, children got to enjoy fun activities such as face painting and balloon twisting, arts and crafts, and a bouncy castle. All attendees were treated to delicious and nutritious snacks made by the in-house chef.
CEFA Early Learning was established in 1998 by Natacha V. Beim. According to the company’s website, the CEFA educational method provides your child with a variety of learning experiences including core subjects and extra-curricular activities, as well as ample outdoor play, fieldtrips, free exploration and nap time.
CEFA offers programs for children age one to five, and provides them with the opportunity to develop and play along with other children of the same age and intellectual level. For more information about the CEFA program, visit www.cefa.ca or email firstname.lastname@example.org.