Board of Directors
Halton Hills Child Care Centre is a non-profit organization, governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. The Board is comprised of a minimum of five members, with four Executive positions; Chair, Vice-Chair, Secretary and Treasurer. The Board works as a team, drawing on the individual skills and abilities of its members to help keep the Centre on a straight path to success. Every decision made by the Board of Directors and every action taken by the teachers and staff shall reflect the intent of our Vision Statement.
Our Vision Statement
Halton Hills Child Care Centre strives to provide a safe, nurturing and fun environment where children's natural curiosity and interests are honoured through play-based learning.
As a non-profit organization, any recipient of service (parents or guardians of a child) is considered a “member”. Members are eligible to vote to elect the Board of Directors at the Annual General Meeting. Any member is eligible for nomination/election and past experience on a Board is not mandatory. The time commitment is 1-2 hours per month on average, with some positions requiring a little more time. The Board meets once monthly from September through June (not in December). Board members are covered under the appropriate insurance and new members receive orientation and training. All Board members are required to sign and adhere to a Statement of Confidentiality.
Participation on the Board is a gratifying experience. It is an opportunity for personal growth and development, and a chance to contribute to the Centre.
If you would like more information about the Centre’s strategic plan, attending board meetings as a guest or any other questions or concerns, please contact the Director.
Role and Responsibility
The Board of Directors is responsible for the sustainability of the Centre and the advancement of its mission and goals. This involves such activities as setting long-term goals, developing policies and procedures, financial planning/budgeting and ensuring the legal and regulatory obligations of the organization are met. The Board works closely with the Centre’s Director.
The Centre’s Director is responsible for all day-to-day operations such as staffing, programs, parent and child relations, enrolment, and developing and maintaining the budget.
The Director provides and co-ordinates the necessary support, resources, supervision, and leadership to ensure the provision of a loving and caring environment where children can flourish in accordance with the Centre's Program Statement, Policies and Procedures, and incompliance with the Child Care and Early Years Act.