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STATEMENT OF INCLUSION:

  • Addressing Barriers

  • Culture and Ability

Village Child Care Enterprises, welcomes families of any race, ethnicity, religion, nationality, sexual orientation, marital status, age or the presence of disability.

We do not discriminate in any way within the administration of our educational policies, enrollment policies, financial plan or any other school-administered program. We endeavor to assist families in navigating systems that may pose barriers.

We welcome children of differing abilities in our classrooms and strive to educate ourselves on how best to teach ALL CHILDREN a seek out resources to follow best practices

We incorporate culturally relevant practice by partnering with families in all plan concerning their child(ren), collaborate to set goals, and are active in our local and national community to share relevant resources.

Our staff incorporate relevant professional development to insure children see themselves in our classroom environments, their social emotional cognitive and physical needs are meet, and feel encouraged to set a reach goals.

Children in our program interact with staff of diverse backgrounds in all levels of programming and management

Our hiring practices reflect a foundation commitment to diversity.

Village Child Care Enterprises is a comprehensive community childcare service that seeks to provide quality early education, and school age programming. We have served the community since 1999, and provide meaningful learning and care programs for children ages 6 weeks to 8 years.

Vision Village Childcare is founded in the belief that young children and their families have the right to receive culturally responsive opportunities to develop positive self-image and tangible skills to navigate their communities to reach educational success. Children who participate in early learning programs with intentional focus on equitable access to social, emotional, cognitive and…

The 3 b’s are used to help children think about behavior in simple term that are given as reminder throughout the day. Children will hear social stories, role play with puppets and have group discussion with their teacher that illustrate the 3 rules and help them being to manage their behavior.