Preschool

Paqtnkek Pre-School has been in operation since the early eighties. Classes average ten to twelve children each year. Students are bussed to and from school daily. Children who attend the Pre-school are primarily English speaking although the Pre-School does offer Mi’kmaq language and cultural awareness as part of the curriculum.

Staff members are also trained to be able to deliver education to special needs students and to offer support to parents of these children.

Hours of Operation

Monday – Friday: 9am to 3pm
Closed July & August

Contact Information

  • Sharon Prosper Teacher
  • Phone: 902-386-2820
  • Fax: 902-386-2685
  • 20 Dillon Street
    Afton, Nova Scotia
    B0H-1A0

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