General Services:
  • Academics, Arithmetic, Reading, Writing, Computer Lessons, Spelling, History, Geography, Science, Spanish, Music, Arts & Crafts, Free Breakfast, Lunch, and Snack.

  • Extended Care, Potty Training, Before and After School homework help

  • Payment Subsidized Programs: Gain, State, County, Cal Works, Stage 1, Stage 2, Stage 3, Crystal Stairs, First 5, City of Norwalk, Welfare, and Private.

  • Age Groups: Toddlers, Preschool, Kindergarten, 1st Grade, After School

  • Field Trips: L. A. County Zoo, Children's Museum, Disneyland, Universal Studios, Los Angeles County Fair, San Diego Zoo, La Brea Tar Pits, Parks, Library, Police Station, Fire Station, and much more.

  • Program Academicos Lectura, Escritura, Ciencia, Espanol, Musica y Actividades Son Disponibles, Despues de Las Horas Clases, Ortografia, Aritmetica Comida Nutritiva Del Pago De Registracion Cuando Usted Presente Este Cuidado Despues De Clases Instruccion de Como Usar El Bano Atencion Especial Para Cada Nino Cupon "Durante Registracion" Limite Uno Por Cada Nino Programas Educativos Precios Bajos.

    1st Grade Program
    Learning to read and write is the central task of first graders. Children start the year at varying stages of reading and each works hard to advance. A balanced literacy approach includes explicit instruction in decoding and phonics coupled with a rich assortment of books at appropriate levels. Children read extensively at their independent level and receive support at their instructional level. Writing, editing, and publishing occur daily, supported by Writing Workshop and mini-lessons on strategies and writing conventions. Math is taught with extensive use of hands-on materials, reinforced through games and problem-solving activities, based on the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Standards. "Same and Different" integrates Social Studies. Science, technology, Spanish, music, art, and physical education round out the first grade program.
    Journal Writing
    • Shared and Interactive Writing: Students participate by adding ideas, problem solving and helping the teacher write.

    • Read-A-Loud: Teacher reads to the students. Listening to and discussing stories helps in developing a child’s speaking vocabulary and gives the students opportunities to listen and enjoy different types of literature.

    • Shared Reading: Students participate in reading by sharing ideas, reading strategies and problem solving. The teacher guides the students through these lessons.

    • Guided Reading: Students are responsible for reading with little support from the teacher. This is an opportunity for the students to use the reading strategies that they have learned in shared reading. Each student reads a variety of books geared to meet his/her individual needs.

    • Independent Reading: The students are choosing books that are both interesting and the appropriate reading level. They are reading without support from the teacher. Our goal is that each student will become an independent reader!

    Providing students with social skills that will enable them to function productively in social and academic settings.

    Language Arts
    Our goal is to teach the students skills that will promote independent thinking, reading, and writing. Through a Balanced Literacy Approach the students are experiencing a variety of teaching strategies that will meet the needs of each student.


    • Math skills include addition, subtraction, measurement, estimation, time and number relationships.

    • These skills are taught through hands on activities. The students use manipulative's, stories and pictures to gain meaning for each concept.

    • These activities help the students make connections between the skills being taught and their everyday lives.

    Weather, Solids and Liquids, Living Things, Balance and Motion.

    Social Studies
    Families, Communities, Maps, Self-Esteem and Holidays Around the World.

    Special Education
    Art, Physical Education, Guidance, Music and Library.
    Helping children at home:

    Read to your child.

    Be a reader yourself. Kids copy what they
             see adults doing.

    Have your child read to you. Make reading
             materials available to your child. Allow your
             child to choose age-appropriate magazine to
             subscribe to.

    Write to your child.

    Have your child write to you.

    Ask your child to count things around them.
             Count with your child.

    Allow your child to measure cooking
             ingredients. Together write down meal
             plans or a grocery list.

    Look at prices on a menu when choosing a

    Show your child a calendar to help them
             understand days, weeks, and months.

    Show your child a clock to help them
             understand seconds, minutes, and hours.

    Ask your child what time it is.

    Talk to your child about the weather.

    Observe the moon and stars together.

    Show locations on maps.

    Provide opportunities. Visit museums,
             zoos, grocery stores, and libraries.

    Let your child get his/her own library card.

    Ask your child what happened at school that

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