Community Resources

Dental Resources for 2023-2024 School Year

Many families do not have private dental insurance, but they may be eligible to apply for the following programs. 

Healthy Kids Program – children under the age of 19 years may be eligible for basic dental services. 

Canada Dental Benefit – children under the age of 12 years who do not have access to a private dental insurance plan.

UBC Dentistry – offers a free dental program for children 12 years and younger.  Please see the attached application form.

Affordable dentistry options for children – Fraser Health Authority


2023 Medical UBC – Dental Program


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Make dental, hearing and vision checks part of a healthy routine

Health screenings help find issues early which can make treatment easier and more effective. It’s important for your child to have regular eye exams and routine dental checkups. It is also important to recognize any hearing loss early as this is essential for speech and language development. Read on to learn when and how to access services for your child.


Tooth decay is the most common, but preventable, childhood chronic disease. It is important to establish good oral hygiene at a young age and have children’s teeth checked by a dentist regularly. To find a local dentist near you who is accepting new patients, visit the BC Dental Association’s Find a Dentist database. If you are a member of a low-income family and you do not have extended health coverage, there are several programs that can help you access affordable dentistry for your children. You can also contact the dental program at your local public health unit and ask about resources available in your community.


BC Doctors of Optometry recommends children receive their first eye exam when they are six to nine months old with a follow up exam at least once between the ages of two and five and then yearly once they enter school. You can find an optometrist accepting new patients near you at the College of Optometrists of British Columbia’s Find an Optometrist database. In B.C., basic eye exams, one per year, are free up to the age of 18. Some optometrists may charge a small user fee of about $35 per visit so be sure to ask about any fees before you make an appointment.


Good hearing is essential for speech and language development and plays an important part in a child’s social and emotional growth. It is important to recognize hearing loss early and seek out testing and treatment if needed. Fraser Health’s Public Health community audiologists provide hearing services for children from birth to 19 years of age. If you have a concern about your child’s hearing, referrals can be made by a parent or caregiver, a health care provider or education professional to your local public health audiology (hearing) clinic.

Find more information on child health screenings and how to access free vision, hearing and dental exams on Fraser Health’s website:

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Regular dental, hearing and vision exams are important for your child’s development. Learn when and how to access these services for your child on Fraser Health’s website at:


Health screenings such as dental checkups and eye exams can help find issues early, making treatment easier and more effective. Learn how to access dental, hearing and vision exams for your child on Fraser Health’s website:


Ensure your child is getting the most out of their education with regular dental, hearing and vision checkups. Learn what to look for and when to book checkups on Fraser Health’s website:

2024 Ball Hockey Registration Information

DMBHA 2024 Ball Hockey Registration Flyer

Elementary Summer Basketball Camps

Carol Lingham and Bryan Lopez, teacher/coaches from the South Delta Secondary will be hosting summer co-ed basketball camps at South Delta Secondary this summer through Grit Sports. The focus will be on fundamentals and concepts for preparation for high school basketball.  Please complete the Google Form below for registration.

Hello Delta Athletic enthusiasts,

My name is Onkar Bahia and I am a lifelong Delta resident.  I was lucky enough to grow up in Ladner, be a Delta Manor Dragon, coached by Mr. T. Ainge and Mr. D. Anderson as a Delta Pacer, teach and coach at SDSS + DSS and now live and raise my kids in North Delta where they attend McCloskey and NDSS while I am teaching in the Surrey school district.
Mr. Anderson’s family approached my teammates and I earlier this year for help raising money for their father’s scholarship fund while trying to create a community building event:

The Royal Soccer Club

The Royal Soccer Club, a registered non-profit community organization, is proud to host their 30th annual popular grassroots summer soccer day camps.  The program is designed to promote personal development, team building and of course, FUN!  Offering full day and morning sessions to all children aged 5 to 13, the program runs all weeks in July and August. 

The Delta camp location is at Delta Secondary school field (site details available by clicking here or visiting the LOCATIONS page on our website

To register or for more information, visit or call 1-800-427-0536.

Royal Soccer Club 2022