The vision of Child Development Services is to consistently provide a qualitative continuum of support services for families and children 0-8th grade. The support services include parent education, health education, English classes, parent/child classes, preschool, Latino literacy, Parent Advisory Council, and After School Programs.
Child Development Services Mission is to:
- 1. Provide a safe, structured, child and youth-centered environment
- 2. Create an atmosphere that fosters personal, social-emotional, physical, and cognitive academic growth that results in real life learning.
- 3. Consistently evaluate program standards in order to effectively meet the changing needs and interests of the growing child.
- 4. Hands on experiences enable the child to grow physically, emotionally, intellectually, and socially with opportunities to practice and improve his/her skills and techniques that build positive attitudes towards learning.
- 5. Educate and support parents in becoming active partnerís in their childís education.
Community Based English Tutoring provides English language classes to parents in order to be active in their childís education along with developing additional skills for their own success. Classes are presented as instructional, community oriented (Latino Literacy) and interactive, direct participation in the classroom. Contact: 714 447-7499
Beechwood and Sunset Lane Fee Based Preschool
The Beechwood Preschool is an experiential-based program that meets each child's unique learning style. The self-directed activities are provided in a developmentally enriching indoor and outdoor environment. The environment is planned to stimulate learning and invites the child to explore spontaneously. Contact: 714 447-2858
State Funded Preschool & PreKindergarten Family Literacy Program
California State Department of Education Pre-School Programs provide comprehensive child development services for children 3-5 years of age. This includes educational services, health services, social services, nutritional services, parent education and participation, program evaluation, plus staff development. Locations: Commonwealth, Maple, Orangethopre, Pacific Drive, Richman, Valencia Park and Woodcrest Elementary Schools. Contact: 714 447-7499
Works collaboratively with both parents and professionals to provide an array of services that strengthen and enable families and early childcare providers to develop skills that build strong families with healthy children, ages 0-5, who are learning and ready for school. Goals are accomplished through parent education, provider education, parent and child interactive programs along with health support services. Funded by the Children's and Families Commission of Orange County. Contact: 714 447-7499
Prop 49 After School Education & Safety
Tutorial services and academic enrichment activities are designed to help students meet local and state academic standards in subjects such as reading and math. In addition 21st CCLC programs provide youth development activities, drug and violence prevention programs, technology education programs, art, music and recreation programs, counseling and character education enhance the academic component. State and Federal Grant Funded Program. Partners with the City of Fullerton, Fullerton Boys and Girls Club and the North Orange County YMCA. Locations: Commonwealth, Maple, Orangethopre, Pacific Drive, Raymond, Richman, Valencia Park and Woodcrest Elementary Schools. Ladera Vista and Nicolas Junior High Schools. Contact: 714 447-7477
Kid Zone Fee Based School Age Childcare
The purpose of programs for school-age children is to provide enrichment opportunities. Recreation and education activities are designed to have carryover value that provide intrinsic protective factors and support the development of resiliency skills. Through active participation children will learn to make appropriate choices during their leisure time. The goal of the program is to expand the learning environment and link activities to areas of study at school. Locations: Acacia, Beechwood, Fern Drive, Robert C. Fisler, Hermosa,Laguna Road, Rolling Hills and Sunset Lane Elementary Schools. Contact: 714 447-2858
Theme based and project oriented full day program that features an integrated curriculum, art, drama, language, games, math music, science, and contests, sports, field trips tournaments, plus special events. Contact: 714 447-2858