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Michelle Stevens Group Child Care has been in operation for over 20 years. We have very little staff turn over. All staff have CDA's and degrees. Staff are CPR certified. All staff practice PBIS methods to support and encourage focus on positive behaviors in the classroom. We use the Creative Curriculum as our educational foundation and Teaching Strategies as our assessment tools.
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Really need to keep a space open for my 2 kids 3 and 1 will have application fill out out and handed in by tomorrow already got their shots and physical so everything's good please save that room for both my 3 and 1 year old thanks if theirs anyway to send me the application. For them or have my old one that I can just update it would be alot easier
We provide a nurturing educational environment geared toward giving your children a positive first schooling experience. A structured daly schedule using Mother Goose Curriculum. Breakfast, Lunch, am and pm snacks included in tuition. Call our Center for further details!
This is a S. T. E. A. M. early learing center. We focus on the science, with doing experiments. Technology, with learning technology. Engineering, with building many things that interest the children. Arts, painting, dancing and yoga. Math, counting, measuring items and learning new math concepts. We also teach children spanish. We go on fun trips monthly. We also make candles with the children once a month as an experiment.
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