Preschool in Bronx, NY 10457
300 East 175 Street
Bronx, NY 10457
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Promesa’s Multicultural Day Care Center provides community families with quality child services in a nurturing environment that foster social intellectual emotional and physical growth.
Promesas Multicultural Day Care Center also provides training workshops to parents. Experts in the field such as Social Workers Nurses Nutritionists and Early Childhood Specialists teach parents fundamental skills and techniques that aid in the child-rearing process.
Established in 1993 Promesa’s Multicultural Day Care Center is funded by the New York City Agency for Child Development (ACD) and licensed by the Health Depart-ment of New York State.
The Center provides a bi-lingual/bi-cultural early childhood education curriculum for children between the ages of 2.5 and 6. Participating children come from low-income families whose parents work attend school or are involved in training or counseling programs. Children currently or previously in foster care are considered in greatest need and thus receive priority for selection. Year-round services are available to those families who need it.
The Centers daily operations are carried out by a Director who is licensed in the State of New York holds a Masters Degree in Education and has previous teaching and supervisory experience. For the last 3 years the Center has passed the annual City Assessment with 100% compliance and has met the criteria for the Health Department’s Bi-Yearly Day Care Licensing.
The Center offers a well-rounded learning experience for each child by combining a New York State approved early education curriculum with a low teacher/child ratio. All programs are planned according to the mandates defined by The Agency for Child Development and pay special attention to age needs interests and development. To ensure individualized attention each classroom is staffed with 3 licensed teachers a teachers assistant and a teachers aide.
The curriculum is comprehensive and includes the traditional areas of math science and music e.g. as well as themes dedicated to physical emotional and social development. Using the “whole child” concept of education as a model daily outdoor activities are encouraged. Children participate in carefully planned seasonal trips and community walks that expose them to real-life experiences and enhance their knowledge of the community around them.
Food services consisting of morning snacks and 2 daily meals reflect the diverse cultural background of enrolled children and follow the nutritional guidelines set forth by the New York State Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP).
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