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CHILD DEVELOPMENT

CENTERS

408-635-2686

Rose CDC

Site Supervisor

Rita Elmore

Principal Secretary,

Ayako Smith

250A Roswell Drive 

Milpitas, CA


Sunnyhills CDC

Site Supervisor,

Maribelle Wong

Site Secretary,

Jennifer Bailey

356 Dixon Road

Milpitas, CA

Child Development Centers

FULL S.T.E.A.M. AHEAD IN PRESCHOOL

 

 

Students explore their environment through well-planned hands-on experiences that promote the exploration of Science, Technology, Engineering,  Art, Mathematics skills and develops critical thinking. Because different children learn in different ways and at different rates, we use a blend of traditional as well as educational technology tools to facilitate learning. Assessment of learning is based on the Desired Results and Developmental Profile,  observation and other on and off-line tools.  The California Preschool Learning Foundations and Frameworks guide both academic and social emotional structure.

 Students are supported by responsive adults who help them construct an understanding of the world and their role in it, through participation in developmentally appropriate, hands-on experiences.  

3 REASONS TO CHOOSE US

  1. We align our programs and tools with the elementary schools to support your child from PreK to 3rd grade and beyond.
  2. We transfer information about your child's academic and social emotional capabilities to their Kindergarten teacher.
  3. We help you establish family to school connections from the star‚Äčt.

Our Teaching Staff

Rose Child Development Center Teachers                                                      Site Supervisor     

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       Ms.  Aurora                   Ms. Vibha            Ms. Raquel                    Ms. Ellia               Rita Elmore             

Sunnyhills Child Development Center Teachers                                          Site Supervisor

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                 Ms. Marisol              Ms. Carol                    Ms. Lien                                        Maribelle Wong

We focus on Developmentally Appropriate Learning

Teaching takes place in a variety of formats;  large group, small groups, play and experimentation in learning centers, and participation in daily routines.  Teachers provide direct instruction in both large and small group settings, as well as facilitating hands-on exploration to support the development of critical thinking and problem solving.

Each format provides a different opportunity for teaching, learning, and discovering together.  Use of a variety of  strategies and facilitated activities that are developmentally appropriate, promotes the health and development of the whole child.

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Last updated 3/4/15