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Finding Quality Child Care
Selecting a child care provider is among the most important decisions you may have to make during your child's early years. After all, your child may spend a considerable amount of his or her time in their care. Before making a decision, it is important to find out as much as possible about all the different child care options available to you.
To get referrals for quality child care centers in your area (both centers and family-based) call the California Resource and Referral

at 1-800-543-7793 or visit

One of the most important decisions any family will make is searching for the best early childhood education and care provider. We encourage families to be fully informed about their options. Here is a checklist to assist you in evaluating the quality, care and educational offerings different organizations provide.

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Happy Memorial Day Everyone!

Thank you to all the members of the U.S. Military who died, served, and protect our country.

Accepting subsidized payment from RCOE, Calwork Gain, Dept. of Rehab, First5 and other alternative.

Now accepting payment quickpay from your bank via Zelle.

Special Savings!

This month special for new enrollment for everyone $5.00 off of weekly childcare rate
Waived this year annual $45.00 registration fee expired 05/31/19.
Sign up today!

Refer someone to my facility and sign up will get $20.00 gift card or $50 off your one week fee after 8 weeks of enrolling.

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Nutritious Weekly Menu

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As a child care provider, I have an important role in children's lives by helping them learn and grow.  As a member of Child Nutrition Program of Southern CA, I help children get the nourishment and energy they need to learn and grow by providing healty meals and snacks.  In addition, preschoolers who eat a variety of healthy foods and play actively several times every day are less likely to be overweight or obese.  The Institute of Medicine (IOM) report, Early Childhood Obesity Prevention Policies, recommends that children ages 1 - 5 years old child care providers: 1) provide healthy meals and snacks that meet Dietary Guidelines, 2) serve meals family-style to be responsive to children's hunger and fullness cues, and 3) teach children about healthy eating and physical activity.  This information will show how I easily and effectively implement these "best practices" for providing healthy meals and promoting healthy eating in my child care facility.

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