We, at Soler Stars Academy believe that children learn best through play. We always encourage self-expression and the direction to be creative. We offer a developmentally appropriated program, so that each child may develop to his/her physical, social, emotional and intellectual potential. We are responsible for fully implementing a comprehensive curriculum, using ongoing assessment to ensure the development and learning of all children. We implement The Creative Curriculum.
Objectives: Days are planned so that children will be safe, feel secure, receive individual attention and affection, develop satisfying relationship with other children, develop self-discipline, and develop intellectual and physical skills.
To provide an excellent academic program and quality care in a loving atmosphere, giving all our children the time, attention, and understanding that will induce them to strive for excellence to the extent of their capabilities. We believe children are treasures. Let each treasure radiate their brightness so that they may express their own special richness and quality.
The children and families served in our program reflect the ethnic, cultural and linguistic diversity of the nation. Soler Stars Academy’s staff is prepared to meet their diverse developmental cultural linguistic and educational need. Staff faces the challenge of how best to respond to these needs. Our staff accepted the legitimacy of children’s home language. Respect and value the home culture; and promote and encourage the active involvement and support of all families.
Our center incorporates activities and materials that are non-stereotypical and reflect the background and experiences of children and their families. We communicate with children and families in their home language. Our program writes all documents in the two most common languages of families. Books are accessible in different language and teachers read to the children in difference languages.
We hire staff that reflect the community and the understand diversity that facility accommodate children with a teacher who is from the same cultural and same language. Also, we provide staff
orientation and training on issues related to equity and diversity.
We accommodate persons, children and employee, of all races, creeds, sex, age, and national origins. Our classroom environment play an important role in increasing children’s awareness and acceptance of diversity through teacher guidance, the toys and materials that are used, and the pictures and photos displayed in our classroom. We love to create a program environment that is inclusive, multicultural, and reflects the community we serve.
We provide and served breakfast if your child arrives before 8:30 a.m. We will provide all
healthy meals and snacks and healthily beverages. We participate in the Child Care Food
Program (CCFP) and we follow the USDA guidelines. Our center provides solid food, formula
and baby food. Please notify the school of any allergies you child may have. We do not allow
food from home; only of any allergy or special dietary condition with a medical statement.
Our lunch menu is posted weekly, and copies are available to the parents.
Breastfeeding: Staffs are training regarding proper feeding techniques and storage guidelines for
both formula and breast milk.
Expressed human milk should be placed in a clean and sanitary bottle with a nipple that fits
tightly or into an equivalent clean and sanitary sealed container to prevent spilling during
transport to home or to the facility. Only cleaned and sanitized bottles, or their equivalent, and
nipples should be used in feeding. The bottle should be properly labeled with the infant’s full
name and the date and time the milk was expressed. The bottle or container should immediately
be stored in the refrigerator on arrival. The mother’s own expressed milk should only be used
for her own infants. Likewise, infant formula should not be used for a breastfed infant without
the mother’s written permission.
Is the mother’s decision to communicate when and how to start age-appropriate solid food?
Good communication between parents and caregivers is a vital link in meeting the nutritional
needs of infants. It will provide consistency between the baby’s mealtime experiences at home
and our facility. For more information you can visit our office. Flyers and a feeding infant’s
workbook are available.
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