We are working hard to put the finishing touches on our NEW child care center! Please stop by our OPEN HOUSE! Saturday, March 31, 2012 from 10am-2pm 468 Richmond Road Richmond Highland Plaza Richmond Heights Join us for Milk & Cookies Story Time at the top of each hour followed by a tour of our new location! NOW ENROLLING children from ages 6 weeks through 11 years old For more information, call (216) 381-4600. Families new to Early Steps
During the month of February the children learned about very important Community Helpers. Even more exciting than learning about them was getting to talk to them in person! We would like to thank the Richmond Heights Fire and Police Departments for making special visits to Early Steps Learning Center and for protecting us everyday! Richmond Heights Fire Department Visit February 22, 2012 The Firemen showed us their uniform and gear, talked about the importance of having a fire escape
Ident-A-Kid Child Identification Program “The Ident-A-Kid card is an Child Identification Card designed to provide parents and law enforcement officials with crucial information should your child become lost or missing. The driver’s license-like card contains your child’s photograph, fingerprint and description. Parents keep the card with them at all times and, in an emergency, can provide law enforcement with it for immediate response.”
We are proud to announce that Early Steps Learning Center is expanding to a second location in Richmond Heights! We are excited about our growth and wanted to personally thank our devoted teaching team and staff, parents and community members for your support over the last 8 years. We have received many testimonies from parents, community members and our local school district confirming that our philosophy of care and education works. We are dedicated to building a strong foundation for
NEW JOB OPENING: Child Care Center Director New facility opening and seeking highly motivated and energetic person to manage quality early childhood center. Essential Duties & Responsibilities: Selected candidate will be responsible for the day to day operations of child care facility while maintaining center’s compliance with Ohio Department of Job and Family Services Licensing Rules, Step Up to Quality, and Child & Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) Guidelines. Hire, train and supervise staff. Develop and supervise classroom program, curriculum and schedules to
The Montessori classroom has been very busy. We’ve returned from Winter Break with new friends, new materials and ready to learn! Children have been progressing through all the materials at a great pace. All are able to easily distinguish materials with different characteristics such as color, size and shape Many are doing beginning spelling in the Language area Many are learning about decimals in the Math area And some have even begun reading short books We are proud of ALL of our
Early Steps Learning Center was bustling with excitement today for our visit from Santa!! Even though he was very busy preparing for Christmas Eve, he took time to visit with each classroom. Many of our parents came too to catch a glimpse of Santa and snap a picture with their child and Santa. Wishing you and your family a joyful holiday season!
Today we wrapped up our Thanksgiving Food Drive to benefit the Euclid Hunger Center. ESLC families chose a feather off of a turkey display located on the child’s classroom door. Each feather listed a food item that they could donate. Families brought in their non-perishable items between November 14-November 21, 2011. Early Steps Learning Center collected just over 100 canned and boxed goods that were donated to the Euclid Hunger Center for Thanksgiving. Thank you to our families for participating and
Members of the Cleveland Sight Center visited Early Steps Learning Center to conduct vision screenings with all of our Preschool children today. Children were asked to identify pictures that they had been shown beforehand and all received a sticker once they were done! All children were given a “report” of their screening and referred for follow-up care with an eye doctor if necessary. Thank you, Cleveland Sight Center, for your time and care with our preschoolers!