Fripon is the Kindergarten mascot who embarks on adventures with a different student every weekend or during school breaks. Learn how the small blue stuffed character supports students wellbeing and learning.
Open House Events for Preschool
The LFSF is opening its doors to the public for a series of Open House events!
Join us for one of our events of the 2023 2024 admissions season:
- SEPT 22 from 10am to 11:30am
- OCT 27 from 10:30 to 12pm
- NOV 17 from 10am to 11:30am (now closed)
- DEC 08 2023, from 10am to 11:30am
- JAN 12 2024, from 10am to 11:30am
Our Open House events are designed to provide prospective families* an opportunity to experience our classrooms and community. Participants will get a sense for our school and community touring the school, witnessing classes in session and engaging with staff and students.
We look forward to meeting you!
*Please note :
- These preschool events are designed for adults only: thank you for your consideration.
- All Open Houses have the same program and content.
We were extremely impressed with what we heard, saw and felt as we explored the school's classrooms and hallways. Truly all of the children from pre-school through 5th grade seemed engaged, happy and safe and their teachers are clearly a big component of that. We can very much picture our daughter (...) thriving in the environment you have worked so hard to create.
Our kindergartner students met with their Gr5 peers. This heartwarming connection is not just a one-time event but rather an ongoing, once-a-month occasion for our older students to become mentors and friends to the younger ones that builds a sense of community and belonging.
La Petite Ecole students have been partaking in a weekly ritual: each week they pick a color. They then dress using clothes of that color, and engage in an array of activities in that palette to learn the different colors of the rainbow.
Last week, La Petite Ecole embraced the color red. Read more about the educational advantages of this fun color-focused approach for our youngest students.