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Childcare

Remote Learning

Childcare Remote Learning
Overview

During COVID-19, we currently provide on-site remote learning for children in grades kindergarten through middle school.

During COVID-19, we currently provide on-site remote learning for children in grades kindergarten through middle school. Monday-Friday, 8 am-4 pm, our teachers provide oversight and instruction to 60 students. Our service also includes a healthy lunch and an afternoon snack. Over half of our teachers are Spanish speaking, which is helpful to students who are in dual immersion programs.

For children ages 3-5 years of age, we offer daily, quality childcare. Our teachers have created remote learning videos to engage your children on nights and weekends. The videos include a wide range of activities including promoting literacy, storytelling, music, cooking, body in motion activities such as yoga, earth day scavenger hunt, a germ buster experiment, and more!

The Runaway Bunny, by Ms. Mary

Where the Wild Things Are by Ms. Mary

Danny and the Dinosaur, by Jasmine

Cooking Class: How to make Playdough, by Miss Kerlin

Health Class: Element Yoga, by Miss Kerlin

Germ Buster: Handwashing Experiment, by Miss Michelle

If You Give a Pig a Pancake by Ms. Michelle

The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Ms. Mary

Make a Beautiful Butterfly: Project by Ms. Mary

Music Time: Brown Squirrel Song by Miss Kerlin

Good Night Moon by Ms. Mary

Music Time: Itsy Bitsy Spider by Miss Jasmine

Art Project: Magic Rainbow by Miss Michelle

If You Give a Moose a Muffin! By Ms. Ratto

Goodnight, bunnies! By Ms. Gaby with guest stars, David and Ethan!

Good Night, Sleep Tight by Ms. Gaby

Mr Brown Can Moo! Can You? By Ms. Ali

 

Red diamonds

Some of our success metrics

100%
of parents/guardians report being satisfied or very satisfied with the child development program.
95%
of parents/guardians reported that the child development program supported them to become more involved in their children’s education.
89%
of parents/guardians of 3-5 graders reported that the child development program supported them in ensuring that their child’s homework is complete.