Children of America Educational Childcare & Academy Rolls Out New Programs as Parents Set Child Care Goals for 2013

Security, academics and a healthy lifestyle are top priorities at Children of America.

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Officials at Children of America Educational Childcare & Academy have implemented a host of new programs focused on academics, healthy lifestyles and keeping kids safe at school.

They want to be confident that their child is in an environment where they will receive the highest level of supervision, while meeting their individual needs for learning and growth.

Delray Beach, Fla. (PRWEB) December 27, 2012

The school year is half over and parents are setting goals for 2013. As visionaries in the child care industry, officials at Children of America Educational Childcare & Academy has implemented a host of new programs focused on academics, healthy lifestyles and keeping kids safe at school.

“Finding the right child care can be a challenging decision for parents,” said Thad Pryor, founder and CEO of Children of America Educational Childcare & Academy, “but with our comprehensive roster of services and programs and our advanced security systems we make the decision an easy one for families.”

“They want to be confident that their child is in an environment where they will receive the highest level of supervision, while meeting their individual needs for learning and growth,” Pryor added.

Children of America has new facilities in Virginia, New York, Illinois, Indiana, Pennsylvania and other states, that specialize in providing a highly educational experience, while offering a nurturing and safe environment.

“There are many factors to consider when choosing between child care options. Each child has unique needs and their child care experience should meet those needs, while helping them grow intellectually, socially, physically and emotionally,” Pryor explained. “When selecting a child care, parents should ask lots of questions and carefully consider their choice. They need to feel comfortable with their decision and know that they are getting the best care available.”

Some questions parents should ask include:

  •     What curriculum is followed?
  •     What safety procedures are in place?
  •     What is the student-to-teacher ratio in the classroom?
  •     What kind of activities will the child participate in while in child care?
  •     What kinds of foods are served for meals and snacks?
  •     How does the child care facility communicate with parents?

Parents and children are invited to tour Children of America facilities and meet with school directors and staff. The schools are designed with both fun and learning in mind. Children of America Educational Childcare & Academy is a popular choice for parents because of the highly qualified staff, educational curriculum, value-added programs and advanced security measures. And Children of America will “meet or beat” the tuition rate of any major competitor for new enrollees.

Once a child is enrolled at Children of America, parents may check on their child at any time using the Internet video surveillance program provided by the schools.

“Offering this service adds an extra level of confidence for parents,” Pryor said. “They can see their child and know that they are in a safe and secure environment and are actually being taught while attending.”

Those interested in enrolling their children or learning more about Children of America may call 855-285-6892 or visit http://www.childrenofamerica.com.

About Children of America Educational Childcare & Academy

Founded in 1997, Florida-based Children of America is a leading provider of high-quality child care and after-school programs. With about 1,500 employees, the firm operates nearly 60 schools in Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Wisconsin. With the opening of about 14 new schools within the next year, the company will add nearly 450 new employees. An industry pioneer, Children of America's programs are developed to accommodate key age ranges and include innovative teaching methods such as "Tray Tasking," a learning tool proven to promote early reading and writing skills. Children of America is a subsidiary of World Wide Child Care Corp.