Best Protestant Daycares in DHS MD

Protestant Daycares in DHS MD

Board of Child Care
The Board of Child Care’s mission as an outreach ministry of The United Methodist Church is to serve children and families who require physical, emotional, behavioral and social support. Through residential and community-based services, the organization endeavors to provide a safe, healthy and caring environment that seeks to sustain children and families by fostering self-esteem, respect for the community, a sense of purpose and life skills needed to achieve their highest potential. The Board of Child Care provides quality child care services for children, ages 6 weeks to 5 years, at the Early Learning Program in the District of Columbia. Our dedicated staff are compassionate and professional, providing attentive care and lifetime learning experiences for your child. LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT Our Center uses the Creative Curriculum Gold– which encompasses the Core curriculum and ensures our children are ready for the public school system and are meeting targeted benchmarks. Our classrooms are spacious and well lit, and children are in age appropriate groupings, allowing us to individualize when needed to meet the needs of the whole child Activities include story reading, dance, music, block and puzzle play, dramatic play, arts and crafts, computer time, water play, introduction to academics, pre-reading, science, math, social studies, field trips and outdoor play. Parents are invited to participate in activities any time of the day. SAFETY AND SECURITY Safety comes first at the Board of Child Care. Controlled access and security cameras are in place throughout the building. Webcams allow parents to watch their children remotely. Our indoor playroom and rooftop playground are spacious and safe. MEALS A nutritious breakfast, lunch and afternoon snack are included in the monthly tuition. The food is catered and approved by the United States Department of Agriculture. There is a $25 fee to be added to our waitlist.
St. John's Episcopal Preschool
About Us: Our preschool curriculum is inspired by the philosophy of teaching young children that originates in Reggio Emilia, Italy. We believe children possess a natural capacity for joy, a sense of wonder about the world and the motivation to make sense of their world. Every young child is intelligent and capable of constructing knowledge through interactions with parents, peers, and educators. At St. John's, children's investigations take on multiple dimensions as they explore the world using their unique personalities and abilities. We also believe all children have the right to caring relationships and rich learning environments provided by adults who listen to their ideas, value their thinking, and thereby broaden their understanding of their world. Our Preschool was founded by parishioners as a part of the church's bicentennial celebration. As a ministry of St. John's Church, we seek to form a bridge to the wider community, reflect the diversity around us, and support the full potential of childhood. The Preschool welcomed its first class of four children in March 1997. In the ensuing years, we have grown to an enrollment of 45 children, ranging in age from 2-1/2 to 5 years. We offer three morning classes with mixed-age extended day options in the morning Early Birds program and the afternoon Kids' Workshop. St. John's Episcopal Preschool is a child care center in Washington, DC. We are open from 8:00am to 3:30pm. To learn more about us, please send us an email.

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Arlington Heights Little Children's Place

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Faces of Hope Child Development Center

"Faces of Hope has an outstanding program my grandchildren started at age 18 mos and 3 yrs old until they came school age and then they attended the Summer Camp. I was a blessing to have found this..."

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Our Savoir Lutheran Church

Welcome to Our Savior Lutheran School's Pre-Kindergarten program. We... desire to share God's love with you and your children as we assist in their physical, emotional, intellectual, and social development. We provide a myriad of experiences to explore and encourage cognitive learning, creativity, skill development, social interaction, and to establish a positive foundation for further learning. We introduce many skills that are the building blocks for kindergarten success. Play, music, art and physical activity are integral parts of our daily curriculum. We strive to provide a loving and caring environment that promotes acceptance and self-esteem so every child will embrace and know how unique and special they are. School Hours: Pre Kindergarten - Tuesday through Thursday 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Kindergarten through 8th Grade - Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m Early Release at 2:00 p.m. on the first Wednesday of the month. Inclement Weather Policy: Follow Arlington County Public Schools Day Care Hours (only for Kindergarten through 8th grade): 7:00 a.m. to 8:15 a.m. Monday through Friday 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday On early dismissal and early release days Day Care hours begin at the time of dismissal. ACCREDITATION Our Savior Lutheran School has received National Lutheran School Accreditation through the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod. Our Savior School is one of more than 2000 Lutheran elementary schools operated in the United States by member churches of the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod. Students do not have to be Lutheran to attend Our Savior but are expected to fully participate in all activities, which include religious studies and weekly school worship. THE GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY (Link to GWU)- Our Savior Lutheran School and The George Washington University Elementary Education Program, together in a school-based partnership, provides graduate teachers-interns with initial clinical work and practicum experiences in K-6 grade classrooms at Our Savior. Our Savior admits students of any race, color and national or ethnic origin.

First Rock Baptist Church Child Development Center

Minister Anthony L. Minter first attended the First Rock Baptist... Church at the age of nine. At the age of twelve, he received Jesus Christ into his life. He was baptized by the founding pastor of First Rock, the late Reverend Joseph W. King, Sr. Since joining the church Minister Minter has been consistent in attendance and steadfast in ministry. He has served our church faithfully as a Junior Deacon, Sunday School teacher, Bible Study teacher, and sang in numerous choirs. Minister Minter’s heart is to teach God’s word and proclaim it’s applicability to the Christians’ everyday life. Likewise, he seeks to make known to unbelievers that Christ is the only way to eternal life. In 1980, Minister Minter was licensed to preach the Gospel by Pastor King. In January 1999, he was ordained by First Rock’s second pastor, Minister Richard C. Corbin, Sr. Shortly after his ordination, on January 29th, the church membership overwhelmingly voted for him to serve as Assistant Pastor. After attending Howard University, Minister Minter was employed by Giant Food. In March of 1999, he retired with 21 years of service to become the full-time Assistant Pastor for First Rock Baptist Church. On October 23, 2004, Minister Minter celebrated his installation as Pastor of First Rock Baptist Church. He is married to the former Wanda J. Marable. From this union God has blessed them with 3 children, Vashti, Christina, and Anthony, and 1 granddaughter, Aidyn.

National Presbyterian Child Care Center

Mission Opened in 2007, National Presbyterian Child Care Center is a... traditional child care center dedicated to providing early childhood education in a nurturing and stimulating environment. A loving and inclusive community, NPS strives to facilitate the social, cognitive and physical development of young children. Overview National Presbyterian Child Care Center is located at the corner of Nebraska Avenue and Van Ness Street. The hours of operation are 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. NPCCC is open year round with the exception of most Federal holidays, some National Presbyterian School holidays and staff development days. Approximately fifteen children aged six weeks to three years attend NPCCC. Applicants must be at least six weeks of age to enroll in the program. Available spaces will be allocated first to children of the faculty and staff of National Presbyterian School and National Presbyterian Church followed by other members of the NPS and NPC communities. Remaining spaces will be allocated to the general public based on receipt of application and age of the child.

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