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Mission Statement

The Mission of the Elizabeth Early Childhood Programs is to provide a warm supportive environment where all children can master new skills, and develop a lifelong love of learning.

 
For more information,
please call the
Early Childhood Office
at
303-646-6720 


                            The Power of Play
                   usplaycoalition.clemson.edu/

                   The Benefits of  Risk in Children's Play
                    www.allianceforchildhood.org/node/96

Frontier Child Care Center

Frontier Childcare Center located in the Early Childhood Building at 589 Banner St.
(the west side of Frontier High School) 

Frontier Childcare Center serves children 
12 months to 6 years of age. 

Hours of operation are 6:30 AM to 6:00 PM

                   Zero to Three Parent Resource Page
            

 

Running Creek Preschool

Running Creek Preschool offers half day and full day preschool programs, located in the 
Early Childhood Building at 589 Banner St. 
(on the west side of the Frontier High School Building). This program follows the school calendar September-May.

Singing Hills Preschool

Singing Hills Preschool offers half day and full day
preschool programs located in Singing Hills Elementary School at 41012 Madrid Dr.
the program follows the school calendar
September-May.




All children enrolled in the early childhood programs need a
statement of child's health signed by a physician updated annually.
Print this form and fax to the office.
Parent Advisory Group (PAG)
The Parent Advisory Group (PAG) helps support the Elizabeth C-1 Early Childhood Programs through fund raising and activities.
Some of the past PAG projects have been:
  • Jammie Story Time – A monthly night-time story time held in the Running Creek Preschool library
  • Back-to-School Ice Cream Social
  • Little Caesars Pizza Kit Sales
  • Teacher Appreciation Luncheon
  • End of the Year Summer Sizzler Picnic

PAG is now a part of our Elbert County Early Childhood Council for more information on how you can become involved in the council please call Cathryn Reiber Council Coordinator at 303-818-2225
or contact by email at
elbertearly@comcast.net

Elizabeth Early Childhood Council www.ececc.org/

 

Please visit the following web sites for more information on our curriculum and best practice for Early Care And Education Programs

The Alliance for Childhood
www.allianceforchildhood.org/


Creative Curriculum Home Page
www.creativecurriculum.net/

Teaching Strategies
www.teachingstrategies.com

Results Matter
www.cde.state.co.us/resultsmatter/index.htm

National Association for the Education of Young Children
www.naeyc.org


Qualistar Early Learning
www.qualistar.org/pdf/A_guide_to_the_Qualistar_Rating.pdf

Hand Writing Without Tears
             
                                        Zero to Three
                           http://www.zerotothree.org/
                     
                     Sitters for children with special needs
                             http://specializedsitters.com/

The Behavioral Growing Tree
www.behavioralgrowingtree.com

 

Child Find
The Elizabeth School Distirct Child Find team will provide families of children ages birth through five free developmental screenings or evaluations. These evaluations may include, but are not limited to, hearing, vision and developmental progress. These screenings are confidential and are conducted by licensed professionals employed by the Elizabeth School District. To receive more information or to make a referral, please contact:
Britney Parmenter Birth-3 year old Child Find Coordinator at 303-646-6720 or call
  Amber Graham 3-5 year old Child Find Coordinator
at 303-646-6716
 

Words Are Powerful

What do we mean when we use the term

"Daycare"?

Days don't need care.

Days don't require the investment of millions in taxpayer dollars to assure safe, healthy and educational care.

Days don't need hard working, trained and dedicated teachers to support their well being and development.

Days don't need teachers who must meet increasing educational achievement expectations                  
(while earning less than parking lot attendants).

Days don't need programs that collaborate with other systems of care such as health, Head Start or special education to provide sensible and helpful community linkages for families.

Days don't have families who need help caring for them

10 - 11 hours at a time.

Days don't need teachers who work all day and then participate in afterhours training to improve their skills.

Days don't

Children do

 

Instead of day care say Child Care or

Early Care and Education.

Let's call it what it really is and keep the focus where it belongs!

Teaching Children to Cooperate
csefel.vanderbilt.edu/resources/family.html

The Elizabeth C-1 Kids Club Program

offers before and after school child care on site at  Singing Hills Elementary as well as the Running Creek Program located in the Early Childhood Building at Frontier High School.  Kids Club also offers child care for out of school days, holidays and summer at our Frontier location.
For more information on Kids Club
please call
Rachelle Small program director
at 303-646-6718. 
Or contact by email at





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