We provide individual and personal attention from two caregivers experienced in caring for babies and infants. An individual and personalized written report is sent home daily with each baby in this program.
This includes young children, ranging in ages from 18 months up to 3 years old. The caregivers in this program actively work with these young children to help them become aware of their surroundings, appropriate ways to interact and play with others, the following of 1 step directions and eating at a table with others, and if the parent is working on toilet training with their child. The Center will help support that training.
This include children ages 3, 4 and 5 who are not attending a public, private or charter school program during the school day. The caregivers in this program focus on readiness concepts and skills that include, but are not limited to language development, readiness skills and concepts, such as the alphabet, numbers, days of the week, months of the year, singing and personal information such as name, age, and parents name and public speaking, to mention just a few.
THE AFTER-SCHOOL KIDS PROGRAM
This includes an after schools snack, assistance with homework assignments and reinforcement of positive school work or recognition. Fridays are a free day because most schools do not give homework on Friday. Activities are dependent on the weather, but may include outside play, indoor games, movies, small group activities, etc.
The evening meal is served at 5:00pm. Following the evening meal, all students remain in the Pick-up Room, under supervision, until the parent(s) arrive to take them home. In the summer, the activities include some Field Trips with the older children. These activities will be communicated to parents, in writing, at the appropriate time.