Now Enrolling and Now Hiring!
Now Enrolling and Now Hiring!
In order to enroll your child into our program, an enrollment package must be completed along with an the child's immunization records, birth certificate, physical exam and parent or guardian's identification.
Do you need tuition assistance? Do you have a child who will be 4yrs old by August 1st? We can help you find resources to help pay for childcare or preschool. The On My Way Pre-K scholarship is available for children who will be attending a preschool program. Childcare development funds (CCDF) is available for low income families needing childcare services for children of all ages.
As we continue to grow, there is always work that need to be done! Our positions include, Early Childhood Education (ECE) Teachers, Kitchen Support, Janitorial, Bus Driver, and Administrator. Full-time and part-time opportunities with competitive pay. Apply online.
We are taking extra safety measures to stay safe during this pandemic. Daily health screenings are required on all students upon arrival. No visitors are allowed inside of our classrooms. All staff must wear face coverings and use good hygiene manners. Any student who experience any illness symptoms, must remain out for a minimum of 48 hours or until there are no more illness symptoms. For more information about Covid-19, please click the button.
We truly believe that the early years matter and we work directly with parents to ensure that their child is on track with developmental milestones. Within the first 30 days of enrollment, teachers will do an developmental assessment of the child and share the results with parents. If there is a developmental delay and any other concerns, we would send a referral to our community partner, First Steps. This program have many resources and services to address any concerns for children birth to age 3. To find out more information about early intervention and to see a developmental milestone chart for your child, click the first steps button below.
Our program follows the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) guidelines for preparing healthy foods and snacks for all of our students. In the fight against obesity, we do not allow sweet treats for celebrations; however we celebrate our students in other ways. Our students participate in family style dining throughout the year. The Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children - better known as the WIC Program - serves to safeguard the health of low-income pregnant, postpartum, and breastfeeding women, infants, and children up to age 5 who are at nutritional risk by providing nutritious foods to supplement diets, information on healthy eating including breastfeeding promotion and support, and referrals to health care. Click the button below to find out more information about this program.
Our board members are the master minds behind our vision. We create ideas and strive to fulfill a duty bigger than all of us. You never been a board member? Well it's time to start somewhere with a wonderful organization that invest back into the community. All it require is dedication and commitment to our mission. Click the button below to check out the board member application.
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