Admission / Registration
Inventive Mindz Kidz Academy believes in providing a harmonious environment where every child and family feels they are in a safe, healthy and happy environment. Our admissions office is here to support families by offering the highest quality service. Before registration, we encourage families to fill in the request for a tour, and the admission office will follow up within 24 business hours to book your appointment. While here, families are encouraged to watch our teaching staff interact with the children.
Once enrolled, families can sit in the classroom with their child during the transition period. This process helps the child, parent, and educator to develop a positive bond. The child enjoys secure detachment from the parent, positive engagement and a sense of security in their new environment and with their educators. We found that this technique helps families to feel more confident, comfortable and less anxious as our families blend as one.
We offer the first month free for our infant families as we realize this is an extremely sensitive transition for the family and child. We ask that families begin this transition at least one month before going back to work.
Families enrolling a new toddler or preschooler receives the first two weeks free to help support the transition into the classroom.
We believe in placing our children's health and parental well being as our top priority.
Director of Operations, R.E.C.E / Parent Practitioner + First Aid CPR + Food Handling Certificate
Rose Morsh is the Director of Operations and works closely with the Ministry of Education and in compliance with the CCEYA Act. She is also a member in good standing with the College of Early Childhood Educators. Her responsibility is to ensure all families, regardless of parenting style, receive the highest quality care. Rose cares deeply for each family and child in her care and sees herself as an extension of the family. Her door is always open to ensure needs are met, to hold your hand through the happy moments, to answer any parenting question and to provide support. Her mantra is “Parenting with love and through the storm.”
Rose also works closely with our staff to meet the individual needs of all children, staff and management team. Rose has chosen this field because she is an advocate of children and families. She believes in inclusiveness and an open mind to receive ideas and change.
Any parental concerns are investigated and resolved with the support of social workers and child/family therapists.
Rose stands with the belief of unity and humanity – equal rights. She ensures that all children are receiving the best educational and emotional support throughout the service.
Laura Szinegh - Program Advisor
Vicki - Principal
Approved by CCEYA Act Ministry of Education as Principal of Inventiveminds Kidz Academy
RECE, First Aid CPR, Food Handling Certificate
Vicki’s passion is sharing and supporting the growth of each child in her care. She oversees day-to-day operations of the center, focusing on meeting the needs of all staff, children and families.
Vicki supports families, staff and children with her extensive knowledge and passion in early years education and development. Working closely with our school’s social workers, therapists, educators and York Region, she ensures a holistic approach to education and care.
Vicki continues to update her knowledge and education regarding managing behaviours in the classroom, including children with special needs, pedagogical learning, curriculum planning and understanding the Autism spectrum.
Tahmineh Roshdi - Vice Principal
R.E.C.E., First Aid CPR, Food Handling Certificate
Tammy has been in the field of early years education for over ten years. She has completed her Early Childhood Education certification and is a member of the college in good standing. Tammy puts her passion and integrity into action daily. She uses her signature gentle approach, focusing on the individual needs of the children. Tammy takes her responsibility with pride as she works closely with the principal, to meet children’s nutritional, physical, and educational needs. You’re most likely to find Tammy on the floor, greeting families, working with the teachers and communicating with our coordinator teams. Tammy works closely with the teachers regarding children’s developmental milestones and care.
Every family who joins the Inventive Minds family is assigned a family coordinator. Before starting with our program, families sit with our parent practitioner, social workers and therapist to discuss their transition into the school.
The coordinator helps the family and child to transition to the classroom with our teachers. This guided process helps ensure that everyone involved works together to create a positive and harmonious transition. We account for all individual or particular needs and create an appropriate plan of action with our staff's input. Your coordinator will be in regular contact throughout your time at Inventive Minds, guiding your child and family through each developmental milestone and stage with the very best care and consideration.
Practical Nurse/Quality Assurance Compliance
Inventive Minds takes children's physical health very seriously. Every child is unique, and many have specific medical needs such as food or environmental allergies, immune issues or otherwise. Once we identify these needs, our quality compliance team and practical nurse meet with management, teachers and food providers to ensure we implement proper practices while the child is in our care.
Each member of our teaching staff is highly trained, certified and registered with the governing body of their profession. All are registered early childhood educators in good standing with the College of Early Childhood Educators, registered Montessori educators or registered with the Ontario College of Teachers. Upon hiring, we train all staff on the Positive Early Childhood Education Program (P.E.C.E.), First Aid and C.P.R. and a certified food handling course.