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Cougar Cubs

Cougar Cubs

 
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A Partnership Program between Rancho Cucamonga High School and Baldy View ROP 
 
 
Location & Hours
 
Rancho Cucamonga High School
11801 Lark Drive 
Rancho Cucamonga,  CA 91701
(909) 483-9819
 
Monday - Friday
7:00 am - 5:30 pm
(We follow the Rancho Cucamonga High School calendar)
 
Admission Policies

The Cougar Cubs Child Development Center has been established in order to provide quality care to the children of our community.  It is licensed by the State of California and is partially funded and operated by Baldy View Regional Occupational Program and the Chaffey Joint Union High School District. We welcome children between the ages of 2 and 5 years.  All children must be toilet trained.  Every child is special to us, therefore enrollment is open to children  of  any  race,  color, national and ethnic origin,  or religion. Children who are physically or mentally challenged are accepted provided that the center is able to meet the individual needs of the child.

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What makes Cougar Cubs Child Development Center a model center in our community?  We maintain a teacher/child ratio of  1/10 and a lower ratio of 1/3 when our ROP   students are at the center.  We not only meet but exceed all  operating regulations according to State Title 22.
 
Our staff qualifications exceed minimum requirements by the State of California with one staff member holding a  BA Degree, three staff members having 24 units Early Childhood Education, and all members holding administration credentials in child care. All members are certified in CPR & First Aid.
 
Our children are not only encouraged to share their day with children younger and older than themselves, but also to learn through sharing experiences with ROP students who are learning how to be positive role models for children.
 
bear We provide a nutritious morning and afternoon snack, a hot meal is also available.  Your child may bring his/her own lunch. We also plan several cooking experiences with the children and give them a variety of unusual foods to try.
 
Goals
  •    To provide a healthy and safe environment
  •    To respect children as valued and unique individuals.

  • To provide a "hands-on" environment that encourages children to choose, experiment,  and problem solve.

  • To design activities that enhance self-esteem and positive feelings toward others.

  • To work as a partner to parents and recognize the  necessity of consistent positive  communication.

  • To provide a non-sexist, multi-cultural atmosphere.

  • To provide a variety of activities that allow children to understand the world around them.
Tuition Rates

Director: Leticia Castor

Registration Fee: $110.00 per year
 
Full-Day Session 7:00 am - 5:30 pm 
 
5 Full Days   $780.00 per month ($195 per week)
3 Full Days   $557.00 per month
 
 
Half-Day Session 7:00 am - 12:00 pm or 12:00 pm - 5:30 pm
 
5 Half Days   $615.00 per month ($154 per week)
3 Half Days   $431.00 per month
 
 
Drop In Rates:  $75.00 (Full Day)
                               $50.00 (Half Day)
 
Tuition is based on a 4 week/10 month yearly calendar
(August - May).

No Credit is given for the weeks we are closed.

 
Dates of Operation for 2016-17:
August 8, 2016 - May 24, 2017 

 
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