The YMCA CRS (Childcare Resource Service) is a program for San Diego County residents which provides assessments and referrals for families of preschool aged children who may have concerns about their development.
The Poway Unified School District is a national leader in public education serving as a gateway to local students’ future. Students graduate prepared to succeed in college and in a wide range of post-secondary options in order to work and live productively.
The DRDP (Desired Results Developmental Profile) is an assessment tool provided by the California Department of Education. Kids’ Care Club teachers and staff utilize this tool to assess children’s development from birth through age five. The goals of the assessment tool are as follows: children are personally and socially competent, children are effective learners, children show physical and motor competence, children are safe and healthy, families support their child’s learning and development, and families achieve their goals.
Kids’ Care Club Child Development Centers welcome Military Families—we are approved by NACCRRA to offer tuition assistance to families in the military.
Whether you are seeking a temporary solution while your family is in transition or you are seeking a long term and ongoing partnership, we are confident that we can provide a high quality solution for you. For more information and to receive the required forms, please visit the NACCRRA website.
First 5 California is the state’s children and families commission. Funded by the tobacco tax, First 5 provides resources to parents of children 0-5 years old, and supports programs to educate and retain preschool teachers. Please visit their website for more information on the Power of Preschool, the importance of quality child care, and school readiness.
The new Healthy Schools Act requires that Child Care Centers create an Integrated Pest Management plan (IPM), which involves using pesticides in a manner that minimizes risks to people, property and the environment. Disinfectants are considered pesticides, as they kill germs and can be harmful to others when not used properly. Our 4S Ranch Center Director, Tobi Steiner, is designated as Kids’ Care Club’s IPM Coordinator. She has completed the required IPM training and has implemented some changes to our policies and procedures to ensure that we continue to provide the safest care possible. These changes include using microfiber cloths and properly notifying families of all pesticides that we use. Below you will find our IPM plan as a downloadable PDF. Please feel free to contact us with any questions.
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