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What is it?

Learning Together programs provide school-based early learning services for families, caregivers and children aged birth to five years, at no cost to families.  The programs are intended to fill a niche for young children who are not attending childcare and are in the home with their parent, or other caregivers, such as grandparents, nannies or a family friend.  Both children and adults benefit from Learning Together early learning programs: children have access to high-quality learning environments and benefit from social interactions; adults who accompany the children learn new ways to support learning both at the program and at home.


Currently three Yukon schools are running the program: In Whitehorse, Elijah Smith Elementary, and in the communities, Johnson Elementary (Watson Lake), and Eliza Van Bibber (Pelly).

Who can come?

Families and caregivers with children between ages 0-5.

Activities are designed for children between ages 3-5, but younger siblings are welcome to join in the learning! 

CLOSED until further notice. 

When is it?

 Monday - Friday (Closed on Holidays, PD days and Summer Break)

1:00 - 2:30 


Where is it?

The Learning Together Program is inside Johnson Elementary School. It is directly across from the kindergarten classroom. If you need help finding us, ask our secretary to show you the way.

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Learning Together Program


801 Ravenhill Drive
Watson Lake, YT


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