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Scott Infant and Toddler Centre

Scott Infant and Toddler Centre Inc. 


Are you a high school student needing childcare to finish school?  If you are then we can help you!  Our Centre is in the basement of


 Scott Collegiate High School 

 3350 7th Avenue, Regina, Sask. S4T 0P6

 Phone: 306.523.3510

 Hours: 8:00 to 3:15


Contact: Tammy Pedersen to register your child. 


Our Mission


SITC is dedicated to support teen parents with quality on-site child care,

 enhanced nutrition, and parent coaching: providing parents the opportunity to be successful in achieving graduation requirements.  




To access our services you must be a high school student.  We give priority to Scott students but if spaces are available we will accept students attending other high schools in Regina.  We have 12 infant spaces (2 weeks to 18 months) and 10 toddler spaces (18 to 30 months). 


Fall 2015: registration begins August 25


Please note, we do not accept applications prior to this date.  Call Tammy to set up an appointment or come to the school to register. 


Parent Support


We are a teen support centre and provide a number of services to help you provide the best opportunities for your child to have a healthy start. Some of our supports in place for you include:



Nutrition Program for children and parents

Parent coaching and support from the Executive Director

Health Nurse on site once a week

Speech Pathologist available

Dental Health Educator visit bi-annually

Music therapist on site weekly



United Way Regina 


Check out this link for the latest news from our partner!



SITC is pleased to announce it received $30,000.00 in contributions from the United Way Regina to help sustain essential  parenting supports to assist  young families complete grade 12 education requirements.



Supports provided by SITC help parents feel less isolated, confident and supported allowing them to finish school.



In the 2013-2014 school year, 86% of eligible parents who had children in our Centre graduated.  And in 2014-2015, all parents reported they felt supported and less isolated during the school year.



“Together we are making sure that Regina’s kids are all that they can be.”