SHREVEPORT, La. – The Child Development Center (CDC) at Providence House is now accepting enrollment applications for four year old children for the 2020-2021 school year. The nonprofit’s education center is gearing up for the school year by expanding their four year old program leading to more available spots for community children.
The Nonpublic School Early Childhood Development (NSECD) program’s purpose is to promote Kindergarten readiness and to sustain lifelong learning and achievement. The instruction will be aligned with Louisiana’s Birth to Five Early Learning and Developmental Standards (ELDS). The ELDS based instruction will provide a continuum of developmental milestones for each age level with the four-year-old standards serving as the “anchor,” according to the Louisiana Department of Education website.
The Providence House is a type III, 4-STAR Child Development Center that provides high-quality, accessible education and childcare for the local community, as well as residents of Providence House. The facility provides all children the skills they need to be Kindergarten ready. The philosophy at the Child Development Center is that children have the highest learning potential in a high-quality, early childhood program that follows developmentally appropriate practices. Their mission is to provide a stimulating learning environment that is safe while supporting the social, emotional, cognitive, and physical development of each child. The Child Development Center is available for children ages 0-5 years old and provides children with breakfast, lunch, and snacks daily that follow USDA healthy guidelines.
The Child Development Center will be hosting an open house Saturday, August 15th from 10:00am – 11:00am for parents to explore the facility and meet the Director and teachers of the center.
For more information regarding the Child Development Center at Providence House, please contact LaToya Thomas at (318) 221-7887 or email email@example.com.
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