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Kindercare orlando: Daycare, Preschool & Child Care Centers in Universal Studios Plaza, FL

Опубликовано: October 31, 2023 в 5:42 pm

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Daycare, Preschool & Child Care Centers in Universal Studios Plaza, FL

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> DAYCARE IN UNIVERSAL STUDIOS PLAZA, FL

KinderCare has partnered with Universal Studios Plaza families for more than 50 years to provide award-winning early education programs and high-quality childcare in Universal Studios Plaza, FL.

Whether you are looking for a preschool in Universal Studios Plaza, a trusted part-time or full-time daycare provider, or educational before- or after-school programs, KinderCare offers fun and learning at an affordable price.

6 Daycare, Preschool & Child Care Centers in
Universal Studios Plaza,
FL

  1. 1. KinderCare Learning Center at Dr. Phillips

    1.1 miles Away:
    7113 Wallace Rd,
    Orlando,
    FL
    32819
    Ages:
    6 weeks to 12 years
    Open:

    7:00 AM to 8:00 PM, M-F

    7:00 AM to 8:00 PM, Sat

    7:00 AM to 8:00 PM, Su

    TUITION & OPENINGS

    (407) 226-0646

  2. 2.

    Dorscher KinderCare

    5.2 miles Away:
    644 Dorscher Rd,
    Orlando,
    FL
    32818
    Ages:
    6 weeks to 12 years
    Open:

    TUITION & OPENINGS

    (407) 293-6618

  3. 3. Celebration KinderCare

    11.1 miles Away:
    400 Celebration Blvd,
    Celebration,
    FL
    34747
    Ages:
    6 weeks to 12 years
    Open:

    TUITION & OPENINGS

    (407) 566-2445

  4. 4.

    KinderCare Orlando

    12.6 miles Away:
    6537 Vista Park Blvd,
    Orlando,
    FL
    32829
    Ages:
    6 weeks to 12 years
    Open:

    TUITION & OPENINGS

    (407) 275-0396

  5. 5. Goldenrod Road KinderCare

    14.1 miles Away:
    4035 N Goldenrod Rd,
    Winter Park,
    FL
    32792
    Ages:
    6 weeks to 12 years
    Open:

    TUITION & OPENINGS

    (407) 671-3870

  6. 6.

    Longwood KinderCare

    15.0 miles Away:
    2654 W State Road 434,
    Longwood,
    FL
    32779
    Ages:
    6 weeks to 12 years
    Open:

    TUITION & OPENINGS

    (407) 774-2742

Daycares & Child Care Centers in Lee Vista Boulevard, FL

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We welcome you and your little one to our Lee Vista Boulevard daycares.

KinderCare partners with families in Lee Vista Boulevard, FL to provide high-quality daycare at an affordable cost. Our approach is designed to inspire a love of learning in your child, creating a safe and supportive environment where they can build Confidence for Life. KinderCare teachers give children the freedom to be themselves, explore, and make friends.

Find one of our child care centers at a location near you!

Whether you are looking for part-time or full-time child care, KinderCare offers an affordable option with plenty of fun and learning. Currently we have 6 daycares & child care centers in or nearby Lee Vista Boulevard which can be found just below.

6 Daycares & Child Care Centers in
Lee Vista Boulevard,
FL

  1. 1. KinderCare Orlando

    0.6 miles Away:
    6537 Vista Park Blvd,
    Orlando,
    FL
    32829
    Ages:
    6 weeks to 12 years
    Open:

    TUITION & OPENINGS

    (407) 275-0396

  2. 2.

    Goldenrod Road KinderCare

    9.2 miles Away:
    4035 N Goldenrod Rd,
    Winter Park,
    FL
    32792
    Ages:
    6 weeks to 12 years
    Open:

    TUITION & OPENINGS

    (407) 671-3870

  3. 3. Winter Springs KinderCare

    12.4 miles Away:
    1024 Spring Villas Pt,
    Winter Springs,
    FL
    32708
    Ages:
    6 weeks to 12 years
    Open:

    TUITION & OPENINGS

    (407) 699-8614

  4. 4.

    KinderCare Learning Center at Dr. Phillips

    12.5 miles Away:
    7113 Wallace Rd,
    Orlando,
    FL
    32819
    Ages:
    6 weeks to 12 years
    Open:

    7:00 AM to 8:00 PM, M-F

    7:00 AM to 8:00 PM, Sat

    7:00 AM to 8:00 PM, Su

    TUITION & OPENINGS

    (407) 226-0646

  5. 5. Alafaya Woods KinderCare

    13.3 miles Away:
    300 Alafaya Woods Blvd,
    Oviedo,
    FL
    32765
    Ages:
    6 weeks to 12 years
    Open:

    TUITION & OPENINGS

    (407) 366-8923

  6. 6.

    Dorscher KinderCare

    14.0 miles Away:
    644 Dorscher Rd,
    Orlando,
    FL
    32818
    Ages:
    6 weeks to 12 years
    Open:

    TUITION & OPENINGS

    (407) 293-6618

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Frequently Asked Questions about Daycare

How many KinderCare daycares are there in Lee Vista Boulevard

There are 6 KinderCare daycare centers within 15 miles of Lee Vista Boulevard.

What types of daycare programs are offered in Lee Vista Boulevard?

We have a wide range of programs available in Lee Vista Boulevard, including full-time and part time daycare for infants and toddlers.

How do I select the right daycare for my child?

When it comes to selecting the best daycare center that will promote your child’s growth and the well-being of your family, the process may appear daunting. We are here to offer guidance and simplify the decision-making process for you. To see our list of the top 6 factors to keep in mind as you look for the perfect daycare center, please click here.

What is accreditation and are Lee Vista Boulevard KinderCare centers accredited?

Accreditation is an official review process performed by a nationally-recognized outside agency. Our centers pursue national accreditation from one of three national child care accreditation agencies:

  • National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)
  • National Accreditation Commission for Early Care and Education Programs (NAC)
  • National Early Childhood Program Accreditation (NECPA)
  • To find out which accreditations the KinderCare daycare centers in Lee Vista Boulevard have, please visit the individual center pages.

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Schools near the rio grande: Rio Grande Valley – IDEA Public Schools

Опубликовано: October 28, 2023 в 6:42 pm

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Категории: Miscellaneous

2020 Rio Grande Valley Rankings (PANDEMIC EDITION)

Due to the pandemic, this year’s rankings will focus on three-year analyses that showcase campus and district consistency overtime via its Three Year Strong ranking. Overall, in the Rio Grande Valley, there are 170 high performing schools which are A or B Pandemic Edition Ranked schools: 106 elementary schools, 37 middle schools, and 27 high schools. The Rio Grande Valley has 112 Pandemic Proof Schools: 72 elementary schools, 24 middle schools, and 16 high schools. There are 68 Consistent Gold Ribbon Schools: 64 elementary schools and 4 middle schools. For the newest ranking, PaceSetter Schools, Rio Grande Valley has 9: 5 elementary schools and 3 middle schools.
Watch our Press Conference with the top-performing RGV Schools HERE. You can also download the full regional rankings lists via the buttons below.

Elementary

Middle

High


Top 10 Public
High Schools in
the Rio Grande Valley

1. Achieve
Early College H S, McAllen ISD

2. Brownsville
Early College H S, Brownsville ISD

3. Jimmy Carter Early
College H S, La Joya ISD

4. IDEA Quest College
Preparatory, IDEA Public Schools

5. Thelma
Rosa Salinas STEM Early College H S, La Joya ISD

6. IDEA Frontier College
Preparatory, IDEA Public Schools

7. The Science Academy of
South Texas, South Texas ISD

8. Early College H S, Harlingen
CISD

9. Mission Collegiate H S,
Mission CISD

10. Vanguard Rembrandt, Vanguard
Academy


Top 5 Middle Schools in the
Rio Grande Valley

1. South
Texas Preparatory Academy, South Texas ISD

2. Rising
Scholars Academy of South Texas, South Texas ISD

3. IDEA
McAllen College Preparatory, IDEA Public Schools

4. IDEA
Quest College Preparatory, IDEA Public Schools

5. B L
Gray Junior High, Sharyland ISD


Top 5 Elementary Schools in the
Rio Grande Valley

1. Florence
J Scott Elementary, Roma ISD

2. Emma
Vera Elementary, Roma ISD

3. Olmito
Elementary, Los Fresnos CISD

4. Ortiz Elementary, Brownsville ISD

5. Valley
View North Elementary, Valley View ISD


Consistent Gold Ribbon Schools

Gold Ribbon Schools are schools that are neither a charter nor magnet, have a high concentration of economically disadvantaged students, and receive an A or B grade. Below is the top Gold Ribbon School in the Rio Grande Valley.

Elementary

1.
Florence J Scott Elementary, Roma ISD

2.
Emma Vera Elementary, Roma ISD

3.
Ortiz Elementary, Brownsville ISD

4.
Valley View North Elementary, Valley View ISD

5.
RT Barrera Elementary, Roma ISD

Middle

1. Liberty Memorial Middle, Los Fresnos CISD

2. Manzano Middle, Brownsville ISD

3. Valley View Junior High, Valley View ISD


Pace Setter Schools

Pace Setters are Gold Ribbon eligible schools (schools with 75% or more of a campus’ students classified as low-income that do not classify as charter or magnet programs) that have shown significant improvements from prior years and are on track to becoming Gold Ribbon schools in the future.

Elementary

1.
Amanda Garza-Pena Elementary, Pharr-San Juan-Alamo ISD

2.
Taylor Elementary, Mercedes ISD

3.
Sullivan Elementary, San Benito CISD

4.
North Bridge Elementary, Weslaco ISD

5.
Sam Houston Elementary, La Feria ISD

Middle

1. La Villa Middle, La Villa ISD

2. Grulla Middle, Rio Grande City ISD

3. W B Green Junior High, La Feria ISD


Pandemic Proof Schools

Pandemic Proof Schools are schools with 75% or more of a campus’ students classified as low-income that have been classified as high performing campuses (receiving A or B C@R Grades) for three years running.

Elementary Schools

1. Florence J Scott Elementary, Roma
ISD

2. Emma Vera Elementary, Roma ISD

3.
Ortiz Elementary, Brownsville ISD

Middle Schools

1.
IDEA McAllen College Preparatory, IDEA Public Schools

2. IDEA Quest College Preparatory, IDEA Public Schools

3. IDEA Edinburg College Preparatory, IDEA Public Schools

High Schools

1. Brownsville Early College High
School, Brownsville ISD

2. Jimmy Carter Early College High
School, La Joya ISD

3.
IDEA Quest College Preparatory, IDEA Public Charter Schools


Top Performing Schools in Racial Equity

Elementary Schools

1.Ortiz Elementary, Brownsville ISD

2.Putegnat Elementary, Brownsville ISD

3.R C Flores-Mark A Zapata Elementary, Edinburg CISD

Middle Schools

1.IDEA Quest College Preparatory, IDEA Public Charter Schools

2.IDEA Weslaco Pike College Preparatory, IDEA Public Charter Schools

3.IDEA Frontier College Preparatory, IDEA Public Charter Schools

High Schools

1. IDEA Quest College Preparatory, IDEA Public Charter Schools

2.IDEA Frontier College Preparatory, IDEA Public Charter Schools

3.Vangaurd Rembrandt, Vangaurd Academy


The omission of any school or district in any ranking or sublist is based on methodological decisions related to available data and does not reflect positive or negative statements.

Top 10 Best Rio Grande City, TX Public Schools (2023)

For the 2023 school year, there are 17 public schools serving 11,269 students in Rio Grande City, TX (there are 2 private schools, serving 236 private students). 98% of all K-12 students in Rio Grande City, TX are educated in public schools (compared to the TX state average of 94%).

The top ranked public schools in Rio Grande City, TX are Preparatory For Early College High School, Idea Rio Grande City College Preparatory and Idea Rio Grande City Academy. Overall testing rank is based on a school’s combined math and reading proficiency test score ranking.

Rio Grande City, TX public schools have an average math proficiency score of 14% (versus the Texas public school average of 37%), and reading proficiency score of 25% (versus the 42% statewide average). Schools in Rio Grande City have an average ranking of 1/10, which is in the bottom 50% of Texas public schools.

Minority enrollment is 99% of the student body (majority Hispanic), which is more than the Texas public school average of 73% (majority Hispanic).

School (Math and Reading Proficiency)

Location

Grades

Students

Rank: #11.

Preparatory For Early College High School

Math: 15-19% | Reading: 50-54%
Rank:

Bottom 50%

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144 Fm 3167
Rio Grande City, TX 78582
(956) 352-6349

Grades: 9-12

| 509 students

Rank: #22.

Idea Rio Grande City College Preparatory

Charter School

Math: 25-29% | Reading: 41%
Rank:

Bottom 50%

Add to Compare

2803 W Monarch Ln
Rio Grande City, TX 78582
(956) 263-4900

Grades: 6-9

| 424 students

Rank: #33.

Idea Rio Grande City Academy

Charter School

Math: 15-19% | Reading: 35-39%
Rank:

Bottom 50%

Add to Compare

2803 W Monarch Ln
Rio Grande City, TX 78582
(956) 263-4900

Grades: PK-5

| 848 students

Rank: #44.

Veterans Middle School

Magnet School

Math: 24% | Reading: 31%
Rank:

Bottom 50%

Add to Compare

2700 W Eisenhower St
Rio Grande City, TX 78582
(956) 488-6084

Grades: 6-8

| 794 students

Rank: #55.

Rio Grande City High School

Math: 14% | Reading: 35%
Rank:

Bottom 50%

Add to Compare

Fm 755
Rio Grande City, TX 78582
(956) 488-6000

Grades: 9-12

| 1,824 students

Rank: #66.

Rio Grande City Cisd Grulla High School

Math: 10-14% | Reading: 30-34%
Rank:

Bottom 50%

Add to Compare

6884 E Hw 83
Rio Grande City, TX 78582
(956) 716-6700

Grades: 9-12

| 789 students

Rank: #77.

Grulla Elementary School

Magnet School

Math: 10-14% | Reading: 25-29%
Rank:

Bottom 50%

Add to Compare

443 Old Military Rd
Rio Grande City, TX 78582
(956) 487-3306

Grades: PK-5

| 500 students

Rank: #88.

Alto Bonito Elementary School

Magnet School

Math: 10-14% | Reading: 20-24%
Rank:

Bottom 50%

Add to Compare

753 Fm 2360
Rio Grande City, TX 78582
(956) 487-6295

Grades: PK-5

| 578 students

Rank: #9 – 129. – 12.

Alberto And Celia Barrera Elementary School

Magnet School

Math: 10-14% | Reading: 15-19%
Rank:

Bottom 50%

Add to Compare

1400 N Lopez St
Rio Grande City, TX 78582
(956) 716-6917

Grades: PK-5

| 510 students

Rank: #9 – 129. – 12.

Dr Mario E Ramirez Elementary School

Magnet School

Math: 10-14% | Reading: 15-19%
Rank:

Bottom 50%

Add to Compare

8001 Trophy Rd
Rio Grande City, TX 78582
(956) 487-4457

Grades: PK-5

| 506 students

Rank: #9 – 129. – 12.

General Ricardo Sanchez Elementary School

Magnet School

Math: 10-14% | Reading: 15-19%
Rank:

Bottom 50%

Add to Compare

2801 W Eisenhower St
Rio Grande City, TX 78582
(956) 487-7095

Grades: PK-5

| 677 students

Rank: #9 – 129. – 12.

Ringgold Middle School

Magnet School

Math: 12% | Reading: 17%
Rank:

Bottom 50%

Add to Compare

144 Fm 3167
Rio Grande City, TX 78582
(956) 716-6851

Grades: 6-8

| 701 students

Rank: #1313.

La Union Elementary School

Magnet School

Math: 10-14% | Reading: 10-14%
Rank:

Bottom 50%

Add to Compare

6300 Ne Hwy 83
Rio Grande City, TX 78582
(956) 487-3404

Grades: PK-5

| 369 students

Rank: #1414.

Ringgold Elementary School

Magnet School

Math: 6-9% | Reading: 15-19%
Rank:

Bottom 50%

Add to Compare

1 S Fort Ringgold
Rio Grande City, TX 78582
(956) 716-6929

Grades: PK-5

| 444 students

Rank: #1515.

Grulla Middle School

Magnet School

Math: 8% | Reading: 13%
Rank:

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Day care farmers branch tx: Daycare, Preschool & Child Care Centers in Farmers Branch, TX

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Daycare, Preschool & Child Care Centers in Farmers Branch, TX

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KinderCare has partnered with Farmers Branch families for more than 50 years to provide award-winning early education programs and high-quality childcare in Farmers Branch, TX.

Whether you are looking for a preschool in Farmers Branch, a trusted part-time or full-time daycare provider, or educational before- or after-school programs, KinderCare offers fun and learning at an affordable price.

16 Daycare, Preschool & Child Care Centers in
Farmers Branch,
TX

  1. 1. Addison KinderCare

    4.7 miles Away:
    5080 Spectrum Dr Ste 120,
    Addison,
    TX
    75001
    Ages:
    6 weeks to 5 years
    Open:

    TUITION & OPENINGS

    (972) 980-2858

  2. 2.

    Las Colinas KinderCare

    4.8 miles Away:
    1121 Greenway Cir,
    Irving,
    TX
    75038
    Ages:
    6 weeks to 5 years
    Open:

    TUITION & OPENINGS

    (972) 550-8479

  3. 3. Fairgate Kindercare

    5.0 miles Away:
    1300 E Frankford Rd,
    Carrollton,
    TX
    75007
    Ages:
    6 weeks to 12 years
    Open:

    TUITION & OPENINGS

    (972) 323-1300

  4. 4.

    Bent Tree KinderCare

    5.9 miles Away:
    4025 Frankford Rd,
    Dallas,
    TX
    75287
    Ages:
    6 weeks to 12 years
    Open:

    TUITION & OPENINGS

    (972) 732-4025

  5. 5. Creek Valley KinderCare

    6.7 miles Away:
    4052 Huffines Blvd,
    Carrollton,
    TX
    75010
    Ages:
    6 weeks to 12 years
    Open:

    TUITION & OPENINGS

    (972) 492-8558

  6. 6.

    Hebron KinderCare

    7.2 miles Away:
    4241 Marsh Ln,
    Carrollton,
    TX
    75007
    Ages:
    6 weeks to 12 years
    Open:

    TUITION & OPENINGS

    (972) 862-6700

  7. 7. Spring Creek KinderCare

    7.5 miles Away:
    15610 Spring Creek Rd,
    Dallas,
    TX
    75248
    Ages:
    6 weeks to 12 years
    Open:

    TUITION & OPENINGS

    (972) 404-9020

  8. 8.

    Burnham Rd KinderCare

    8.8 miles Away:
    1325 Burnham Dr,
    Plano,
    TX
    75093
    Ages:
    6 weeks to 12 years
    Open:

    TUITION & OPENINGS

    (972) 519-8361

  9. 9. Forest Lane KinderCare

    8.8 miles Away:
    9131 Forest Ln,
    Dallas,
    TX
    75243
    Ages:
    6 weeks to 12 years
    Open:

    TUITION & OPENINGS

    (972) 234-3174

  10. 10.

    Campbell Rd KinderCare

    9.9 miles Away:
    511 W Campbell Rd,
    Richardson,
    TX
    75080
    Ages:
    6 weeks to 12 years
    Open:

    TUITION & OPENINGS

    (972) 669-1130

  11. 11. Legacy KinderCare

    10.5 miles Away:
    6819 Communications Pkwy,
    Plano,
    TX
    75024
    Ages:
    6 weeks to 5 years
    Open:

    TUITION & OPENINGS

    (214) 474-0011

  12. 12.

    Young Stars

    11.5 miles Away:
    207 S Houston St Ste 130C,
    Dallas,
    TX
    75202
    Ages:
    6 weeks to 5 years
    Open:

    TUITION & OPENINGS

    (214) 767-8888

  13. 13. Southlake-Grapevine KinderCare

    12.0 miles Away:
    3115 E Southlake Blvd,
    Southlake,
    TX
    76092
    Ages:
    6 weeks to 5 years
    Open:

    TUITION & OPENINGS

    (817) 481-3122

  14. 14.

    North Custer KinderCare

    13.2 miles Away:
    6525 Custer Rd,
    Plano,
    TX
    75023
    Ages:
    6 weeks to 12 years
    Open:

    TUITION & OPENINGS

    (972) 618-0011

  15. 15. Bedford Harwood KinderCare

    14.1 miles Away:
    2616 Harwood Rd,
    Bedford,
    TX
    76021
    Ages:
    6 weeks to 12 years
    Open:

    TUITION & OPENINGS

    (817) 571-4213

  16. 16.

    Bedford Central KinderCare

    14.9 miles Away:
    2309 Central Dr,
    Bedford,
    TX
    76021
    Ages:
    6 weeks to 12 years
    Open:

    TUITION & OPENINGS

    (817) 571-1818

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Full text of the 2021 US Human Rights Violations Report (6)

(Source: Xinhua News Agency) 08:16.01/03/2022

The Associated Press reported on September 9, 2021 that a survey showed that 53 percent Americans have a negative view of Islam.

In a 2021 report, the Council on American-Islamic Relations said that every year it receives more complaints of bullying and Islamophobic rhetoric. A report released by the California chapter of the council on October 28, 2021 found that more than half of California students surveyed said they did not feel safe in school because they were being bullied because of their Muslim heritage. This is the highest percentage recorded by the California chapter since polls began in 2013.

The results of the survey, published on October 29, 2021 by the Institute of Alienation and Belonging at the University of California at Berkeley, showed that 67.5 percent. Muslim participants experienced the harm associated with Islamophobia. 93.7 percent of the respondents stated that they were emotionally or physically affected by Islamophobia.

Indigenous peoples have long been subjected to severe racial persecution. The US has a long and dark history of violating the rights of indigenous peoples, including Indian survivors of massacres, brutal expulsions and cultural genocide.

An article titled “The United States Must Face Its Own Genocides”, published on the Foreign Policy website on October 11, 2021, notes that over the 19th and 20th centuries, the US government funded more than 350 Indigenous boarding schools that were directed on the cultural assimilation of Aboriginal children by forcibly separating them from families and communities.

Until the 1970s, hundreds of thousands of indigenous children were uprooted from their homes. Many of them were tortured to death in boarding schools where American Indian, Alaska Native, and Hawaiian identities, languages, and beliefs were forcibly suppressed.

The United States bears not only moral, but also legal responsibility for the criminal genocide against its own people, the article says.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Navajo, Cherokee, Sioux, and other Native Americans struggled with disease and poverty, but their concerns were systematically ignored. The Navajo Nation, which is located in Arizona, Utah, and New Mexico, was for some time among the areas with the highest rates of COVID-19 in the United States.

The Guardian reported on April 24, 2020 that early data point to dramatically disproportionate rates of COVID-19 infection and death among Native Americans. Approximately 80 percent. U.S. state health departments have released any demographic data on the impact of coronavirus in a racial context, but almost half of them did not single out Native Americans, but categorized them as “other. ” “We are few because of the genocide,” said Abigail Eco-Hawk, chief scientist at the Seattle Indian Health Board. “If you exclude us from the data, we will not exist,” she stressed.

The Russian news network RT reported on January 8, 2022 that since the 1950s, 928 of more than 1,000 covert US government nuclear tests have been conducted on Shoshone indigenous lands, leaving 620,000 tons of radioactive dust – almost 48 times more than after the nuclear explosion in Japanese Hiroshima in 1945. According to Shoshone spokesman Jan Zabarte, more than 1,000 people from the tribe died directly from a nuclear explosion, many subsequently fell ill with cancer.

The economic gap between races continues to widen. There is a long and systematic economic disparity between ethnic minority groups and the white population in the US, which manifests itself in various aspects, such as employment and entrepreneurship, wages and financial credit.

On April 7, 2021, USA Today reported that, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, as of the first quarter of 2021, 48 percent of of the roughly 615,000 unemployed in the Asian community have been out of work for six months. This figure exceeded the proportion of long-term unemployed among the unemployed of other ethnic groups.

Alexandra Su, executive director of the Koreatown Immigrant Workers Alliance in Los Angeles, said Asians in the United States were racially discriminated against and were given jobs in areas such as cooking, laundry and housework, nursing and personal care, which are not valued, whose work is low paid and who have suffered the most during the pandemic.

On July 30, 2021, USA Today reported on its website that a new Gallup poll showed that 59percent Americans do not believe that racial minorities have equal job opportunities.

The Hill newspaper reported on its website on September 11, 2021 that 27 percent of minority-owned small businesses remain closed, much higher than white-owned businesses. White-owned startups are seven times more likely to receive loans than African-American-owned startups during their founding year. Throughout the pandemic, minority-owned businesses have not received equal access to federal assistance and have been hit hardest economically.

CNN reported on July 15, 2021 that about 17 percent African American families do not have access to basic financial services. Among whites, the figure is only 3 percent.

On December 15, 2021, the Los Angeles Times reported on its website that Hispanics only own 2 percent of the general state of the country, although they account for 19 percent. population. The average net worth of white families is more than five times that of Hispanic families.

Structural flaws have led to increased racial disparities in the US. On November 22, 2021, UN Special Rapporteur on Minority Issues Fernand de Varenne said after a 14-day visit to the US that when it comes to human rights and minorities, the US is the country “where support for slavery has led to one of the most brutal civil wars in a world where racial segregation persisted until the end of the 20th century, and where indigenous peoples faced deprivation, brutality, and even genocide over the centuries.”

The US legal system is structured to benefit and make life easier for those who are richer, and punish those who are poorer, which is why minorities such as African Americans and Hispanics find themselves in a generational cycle of poverty, Fernand de Waren said.

V. Deviation from humanitarian values ​​leads to a migration crisis

The US government has often interfered in the internal affairs of other countries using the “human rights” club. However, the policy of separating migrant children from their families has seriously threatened the lives, dignity, freedom and other rights of migrants. The migrant and refugee crisis has even been used as a tool for American partisan bickering and political infighting. Constant changes in government policy and police brutality exacerbate the suffering of migrants, who have already faced lengthy detention, brutal torture, forced labor and many other forms of inhuman treatment.

Asylum seekers are subjected to ill-treatment by the police. The humanitarian crisis continued to escalate in 2021, with a growing influx of migrants along the southern border of the United States, and increasingly violent means by border guards to expel or prevent asylum seekers from entering the country.

Data released by the US Border Patrol shows that in fiscal year 2021 (October 1, 2020 to September 30, 2021), 557 migrants died at the southern border of the United States, more than double the figure for the previous fiscal year and a record since the beginning of the statistics at 1998 year. Media reports say this does not reflect the appalling situation on the US southern border, and “the actual death toll of migrants could be higher.”

The USA Today website reported on November 29, 2021 that more than 7,647 cases of murder, rape, torture, kidnapping, and other violent attacks against asylum seekers had been reported between January and November 2021.

In September 2021, more than 15,000 Haitian asylum seekers lived in appalling conditions under a bridge in the Texas border town of Del Rio, sleeping in squalid tents or mud in sweltering heat and amid piles of rubbish. The United States Mounted Border Patrol brutalized asylum seekers, brandishing whips and rushing at the crowd to throw them into the river. The scene immediately sparked outrage when journalists released their footage.

CNN noted that this is reminiscent of a dark era in American history when slaver patrols were used to control black slaves. The New York Times noted that “outrageous footage was shown of agents on horseback herding migrants like cattle. ” “The US government always seems to say the right thing on racial issues, but all too often its actions fall short of what they say.”

Faced with a torrent of criticism, the US government soon forcibly deported thousands of asylum seekers back to Haiti, most of whom had not lived there for almost a decade after the 2010 earthquake.

On October 25, 2021, the UNHRC Special Rapporteur on Contemporary Forms of Racism and the Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent issued a statement condemning the United States’ systematic and massive deportation of Haitian refugees and migrants without an assessment of the situation and called it a violation of international law. “The mass deportations appear to continue the story of the racial exclusion of black Haitian migrants and refugees at US ports of entry,” they stressed.

Dissatisfied with the US government’s brutal treatment of Haitian migrants and refugees, Daniel Footy, the US special envoy for Haiti, angrily resigned after only two months in office.

Immigrant children face prolonged detention and abuse. “And while Biden officially ended Trump’s ‘family separation’ policy, his use of Section 42 resulted in family separation 2.0,” the USA Today 29 website reported.November 2021. This has led to the separation of many minors from their parents.

“More than 5,000 unaccompanied children are in the custody of US Customs and Border Protection,” CNN reported April 23, 2021. Many of them are in detention longer than the 72-hour limit set by federal law, he added.

Redacted documents handed over to human rights group Human Rights Watch after six years of legal battles reveal more than 160 cases of misconduct and abuse by leading government agencies, including US Customs and Border Protection, the Guardian reported October 11, 2021. The papers document events from 2016 to 2021 that range from child sexual abuse to starvation, threats of rape and brutal detention conditions.

Conditions in private detention facilities where migrants are held are poor. Most places of detention in the United States are built and operated by private companies. To reduce operating costs and maximize profits, private companies typically build to minimum government standards, resulting in poor housing conditions and harsh indoor conditions. The lack of oversight has led to the chaotic management of places of detention and repeated violations of human rights. In varying degrees, the physical and mental health of prisoners suffers.

US authorities detained more than 1.7 million migrants along the border with Mexico during the fiscal year 2021, which ended in September. Of these, up to 80 percent are kept in private institutions, including 45,000 children.

“Conditions at the ’emergency reception’ shelter built in the harsh desert at Fort Bliss, Texas are deteriorating,” El Paso Times reported on June 25, 2021.

“About 5,000 children were there, and about 1,500 children are still in the unsettled area, where the conditions in the ‘overcrowded’ tents were like a barnyard, were ‘traumatic’ and dangerous to the health and safety of children,” the article says. . Information was provided to the newspaper by several current and former employees of the institution, volunteers and civil servants. The journalists also had at their disposal the internal e-mails of the asylum staff.

Many immigrants are victims of human trafficking and forced labor in the United States. Tightening U.S. immigration policy, coupled with lax domestic controls, exacerbated human smuggling and labor trafficking targeting immigrants.

A December 10, 2021 AP report states that for years, immigrants smuggled into the US have been forced to work long hours on farms, live in dirty, overcrowded trailers, lack food and clean drinking water, and face threats of violence. The workers’ identity cards and travel documents were confiscated, limiting their ability to seek help.

A human trafficking indictment posted Nov. 22, 2021 on the U.S. Department of Justice website reveals that dozens of workers from Mexico and Central America were illegally taken to farms in southern Georgia, where they were illegally held in inhumane conditions as indentured agricultural laborers, victims of modern-day slavery in the United States.

They were deceived by promising a salary of $12 an hour. The migrants were forced to dig onions with their bare hands, paid 20 cents for each bucket they collected, and threatened with guns and violence to keep them in line. At least two workers died due to harsh conditions and one suffered multiple sexual assaults.

The New York Times website reported on November 11, 2021 that hundreds of workers from India were lured to New Jersey, Atlanta, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, etc. with promises of fair pay and normal hours of work. Instead, they had little free time, the work was grueling and often dangerous, they moved stones weighing several tons and were exposed to health risks due to exposure to harmful dust and chemicals. The report states that the workers were forcibly kept in their places of residence and faced threats, and their passports were confiscated.

The social exclusion of immigrants is becoming more and more serious. Fluctuating, inconsistent and often ignorant of human rights migration policy is the main cause of the border crisis and the tragedy of immigrants. We see how extreme xenophobia has a profound effect on politics. Increasingly fueled by racial discontent, anti-immigrant sentiment and intertwined with domestic political battles, US politicians are increasingly inclined to use methods such as force and coercion to resettle refugees, according to an article published by the Washington Post on August 22 last year. According to another Washington Post article published on October 20 last year, more than 1.7 million immigrants were detained by U.S. Border Patrol along the southern border during fiscal year 2021, the most since 1986 years old. The US government hopes to contain illegal border crossings through tough law enforcement measures that make it harder for illegal immigrants to enter the country, forcing them to cross more dangerous areas. This situation, in turn, exacerbates the humanitarian crisis.

VI. Excessive use of force and sanctions violate human rights in other countries

The United States has always strived for hegemonism, unilateralism and interventionism. The country often uses force, resulting in a large number of civilian casualties. The abuse of unilateral sanctions by the United States causes humanitarian crises, hegemony challenges justice, justice is self-servingly violated, and human rights in other countries are violated for no reason. This has become the biggest obstacle and destructive factor to the sound development of the international cause of human rights.

The US War on Terror has resulted in a large number of civilian casualties. Since the beginning of the 21st century, the United States has launched a series of global foreign military operations in the name of combating terrorism, which have resulted in the deaths of about a million people. USA Today reported on February 25, 2021 that the so-called anti-terrorist war unleashed by the United States has claimed the lives of more than 929,000 people over the past 20 years, according to a “costs of war” study by the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs at Brown University.

On August 26, 2021, the USA Today website called the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan a complete disaster. Tragedies such as the US withdrawal from Afghanistan and Vietnam show that in the history of Washington, there has been a disregard for elementary humanism for selfish purposes.

During the chaos at the Kabul airport, an American C-17 transport plane took off, spitting on the safety of Afghan civilians. One of them was crushed by a wheel, several people crashed, falling from the body of the aircraft.

Even in the last minutes of the desperate evacuation, the US military continued to launch airstrikes, which led to heavy civilian casualties. However, the US Department of Defense has publicly stated that no US service member will be punished for killing civilians in drone strikes.

On December 18, 2021, The New York Times reported that an investigation found that more than 50,000 US airstrikes in Iraq, Syria and Afghanistan were reckless and poorly targeted, killing thousands of civilians. The military is hiding the number of casualties, and the actual civilian death toll is much higher than the military’s published figures. The most obvious case is the US airstrike on the Syrian village of Tokhar in 2016. The military claimed that between seven and 24 civilians “mixed with the militants” could have died, but in fact, the US military attacked private homes and more than 120 innocent civilians were killed.

Ongoing war and instability have made almost a third of the Afghan population refugees, and education, health and cultural services suffer from a lack of funding. A total of 3.5 million Afghans have been displaced from their homes as a result of the conflict, and nearly 23 million are starving, including 3.2 million children under the age of five. When the United States withdrew from Afghanistan, it immediately froze billions of dollars of Afghan central bank foreign exchange reserves, pushing the Afghan economy to the brink of collapse and making people’s lives worse. The UN Food and Agriculture Organization and the World Food Program estimated in November 2021 that only 5 percent of Afghans get enough food every day. The New York Times writes that the real winners in the “war on terror” were American defense contractors, and the United States over 20 years in Afghanistan “actually rebuilt not the country, but more than 500 military bases and the personal wealth of those who supplied them.” Only about 12 percent of the recovery aid provided by the United States from 2020 to 2021 actually went to the Afghan government. Most went to American companies such as Louis Berger. From Gulf Today website /UAE/ 19December 2021, an article titled “How the United States Destroyed Iraq” was published. It says that inadequate food supplies and inflation have left Iraqis chronically hungry, and the prevalence of gastrointestinal disease is four times higher than pre-war levels. A shortage of medicines and medical equipment has led to a health crisis in Iraq that is affecting the poor, children, widows, the elderly and other most vulnerable groups the most.

Unilateral sanctions have a negative impact on the inhabitants of other countries. Alena Dukhan, UN Special Rapporteur on the negative impact of unilateral coercive measures on human rights, stressed the devastating impact of sanctions on the entire population of Venezuela, as well as on their rights. US sanctions on Iran’s oil sector have resulted in Iran being unable to import enough medical supplies, which affects the Iranians’ right to life and health. The US embargo against Syria has seriously affected the enjoyment by the Syrian people of economic, social and cultural rights. June 23, 2021 UN General Assembly 29voted in favor of a resolution calling for the United States to lift the embargo on Cuba and start a dialogue to improve bilateral relations with the country for the 10th year in a row. Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez said that the United States maintains the embargo and sanctions against Cuba despite COVID-19, which is causing enormous damage to the Cuban economy and society, and the Cuban people are suffering from the harm caused by this extremely inhumane decision.

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2020 Rio Grande Valley Rankings (PANDEMIC EDITION)

Due to the pandemic, this year’s rankings will focus on three-year analyses that showcase campus and district consistency overtime via its Three Year Strong ranking. Overall, in the Rio Grande Valley, there are 170 high performing schools which are A or B Pandemic Edition Ranked schools: 106 elementary schools, 37 middle schools, and 27 high schools. The Rio Grande Valley has 112 Pandemic Proof Schools: 72 elementary schools, 24 middle schools, and 16 high schools. There are 68 Consistent Gold Ribbon Schools: 64 elementary schools and 4 middle schools. For the newest ranking, PaceSetter Schools, Rio Grande Valley has 9: 5 elementary schools and 3 middle schools.
Watch our Press Conference with the top-performing RGV Schools HERE. You can also download the full regional rankings lists via the buttons below.

Elementary

Middle

High


Top 10 Public
High Schools in
the Rio Grande Valley

1. Achieve
Early College H S, McAllen ISD

2. Brownsville
Early College H S, Brownsville ISD

3. Jimmy Carter Early
College H S, La Joya ISD

4. IDEA Quest College
Preparatory, IDEA Public Schools

5. Thelma
Rosa Salinas STEM Early College H S, La Joya ISD

6. IDEA Frontier College
Preparatory, IDEA Public Schools

7. The Science Academy of
South Texas, South Texas ISD

8. Early College H S, Harlingen
CISD

9. Mission Collegiate H S,
Mission CISD

10. Vanguard Rembrandt, Vanguard
Academy


Top 5 Middle Schools in the
Rio Grande Valley

1. South
Texas Preparatory Academy, South Texas ISD

2. Rising
Scholars Academy of South Texas, South Texas ISD

3. IDEA
McAllen College Preparatory, IDEA Public Schools

4. IDEA
Quest College Preparatory, IDEA Public Schools

5. B L
Gray Junior High, Sharyland ISD


Top 5 Elementary Schools in the
Rio Grande Valley

1. Florence
J Scott Elementary, Roma ISD

2. Emma
Vera Elementary, Roma ISD

3. Olmito
Elementary, Los Fresnos CISD

4. Ortiz Elementary, Brownsville ISD

5. Valley
View North Elementary, Valley View ISD


Consistent Gold Ribbon Schools

Gold Ribbon Schools are schools that are neither a charter nor magnet, have a high concentration of economically disadvantaged students, and receive an A or B grade. Below is the top Gold Ribbon School in the Rio Grande Valley.

Elementary

1.
Florence J Scott Elementary, Roma ISD

2.
Emma Vera Elementary, Roma ISD

3.
Ortiz Elementary, Brownsville ISD

4.
Valley View North Elementary, Valley View ISD

5.
RT Barrera Elementary, Roma ISD

Middle

1. Liberty Memorial Middle, Los Fresnos CISD

2. Manzano Middle, Brownsville ISD

3. Valley View Junior High, Valley View ISD


Pace Setter Schools

Pace Setters are Gold Ribbon eligible schools (schools with 75% or more of a campus’ students classified as low-income that do not classify as charter or magnet programs) that have shown significant improvements from prior years and are on track to becoming Gold Ribbon schools in the future.

Elementary

1.
Amanda Garza-Pena Elementary, Pharr-San Juan-Alamo ISD

2.
Taylor Elementary, Mercedes ISD

3.
Sullivan Elementary, San Benito CISD

4.
North Bridge Elementary, Weslaco ISD

5.
Sam Houston Elementary, La Feria ISD

Middle

1. La Villa Middle, La Villa ISD

2. Grulla Middle, Rio Grande City ISD

3. W B Green Junior High, La Feria ISD


Pandemic Proof Schools

Pandemic Proof Schools are schools with 75% or more of a campus’ students classified as low-income that have been classified as high performing campuses (receiving A or B C@R Grades) for three years running.

Elementary Schools

1. Florence J Scott Elementary, Roma
ISD

2. Emma Vera Elementary, Roma ISD

3.
Ortiz Elementary, Brownsville ISD

Middle Schools

1.
IDEA McAllen College Preparatory, IDEA Public Schools

2. IDEA Quest College Preparatory, IDEA Public Schools

3. IDEA Edinburg College Preparatory, IDEA Public Schools

High Schools

1. Brownsville Early College High
School, Brownsville ISD

2. Jimmy Carter Early College High
School, La Joya ISD

3.
IDEA Quest College Preparatory, IDEA Public Charter Schools


Top Performing Schools in Racial Equity

Elementary Schools

1.Ortiz Elementary, Brownsville ISD

2.Putegnat Elementary, Brownsville ISD

3.R C Flores-Mark A Zapata Elementary, Edinburg CISD

Middle Schools

1.IDEA Quest College Preparatory, IDEA Public Charter Schools

2.IDEA Weslaco Pike College Preparatory, IDEA Public Charter Schools

3.IDEA Frontier College Preparatory, IDEA Public Charter Schools

High Schools

1. IDEA Quest College Preparatory, IDEA Public Charter Schools

2.IDEA Frontier College Preparatory, IDEA Public Charter Schools

3.Vangaurd Rembrandt, Vangaurd Academy


The omission of any school or district in any ranking or sublist is based on methodological decisions related to available data and does not reflect positive or negative statements.

Top 10 Best Rio Grande City, TX Public Schools (2023)

For the 2023 school year, there are 17 public schools serving 11,269 students in Rio Grande City, TX (there are 2 private schools, serving 236 private students). 98% of all K-12 students in Rio Grande City, TX are educated in public schools (compared to the TX state average of 94%).

The top ranked public schools in Rio Grande City, TX are Preparatory For Early College High School, Idea Rio Grande City College Preparatory and Idea Rio Grande City Academy. Overall testing rank is based on a school’s combined math and reading proficiency test score ranking.

Rio Grande City, TX public schools have an average math proficiency score of 14% (versus the Texas public school average of 37%), and reading proficiency score of 25% (versus the 42% statewide average). Schools in Rio Grande City have an average ranking of 1/10, which is in the bottom 50% of Texas public schools.

Minority enrollment is 99% of the student body (majority Hispanic), which is more than the Texas public school average of 73% (majority Hispanic).

School (Math and Reading Proficiency)

Location

Grades

Students

Rank: #11.

Preparatory For Early College High School

Math: 15-19% | Reading: 50-54%
Rank:

Bottom 50%

Add to Compare

144 Fm 3167
Rio Grande City, TX 78582
(956) 352-6349

Grades: 9-12

| 509 students

Rank: #22.

Idea Rio Grande City College Preparatory

Charter School

Math: 25-29% | Reading: 41%
Rank:

Bottom 50%

Add to Compare

2803 W Monarch Ln
Rio Grande City, TX 78582
(956) 263-4900

Grades: 6-9

| 424 students

Rank: #33.

Idea Rio Grande City Academy

Charter School

Math: 15-19% | Reading: 35-39%
Rank:

Bottom 50%

Add to Compare

2803 W Monarch Ln
Rio Grande City, TX 78582
(956) 263-4900

Grades: PK-5

| 848 students

Rank: #44.

Veterans Middle School

Magnet School

Math: 24% | Reading: 31%
Rank:

Bottom 50%

Add to Compare

2700 W Eisenhower St
Rio Grande City, TX 78582
(956) 488-6084

Grades: 6-8

| 794 students

Rank: #55.

Rio Grande City High School

Math: 14% | Reading: 35%
Rank:

Bottom 50%

Add to Compare

Fm 755
Rio Grande City, TX 78582
(956) 488-6000

Grades: 9-12

| 1,824 students

Rank: #66.

Rio Grande City Cisd Grulla High School

Math: 10-14% | Reading: 30-34%
Rank:

Bottom 50%

Add to Compare

6884 E Hw 83
Rio Grande City, TX 78582
(956) 716-6700

Grades: 9-12

| 789 students

Rank: #77.

Grulla Elementary School

Magnet School

Math: 10-14% | Reading: 25-29%
Rank:

Bottom 50%

Add to Compare

443 Old Military Rd
Rio Grande City, TX 78582
(956) 487-3306

Grades: PK-5

| 500 students

Rank: #88.

Alto Bonito Elementary School

Magnet School

Math: 10-14% | Reading: 20-24%
Rank:

Bottom 50%

Add to Compare

753 Fm 2360
Rio Grande City, TX 78582
(956) 487-6295

Grades: PK-5

| 578 students

Rank: #9 – 129. – 12.

Alberto And Celia Barrera Elementary School

Magnet School

Math: 10-14% | Reading: 15-19%
Rank:

Bottom 50%

Add to Compare

1400 N Lopez St
Rio Grande City, TX 78582
(956) 716-6917

Grades: PK-5

| 510 students

Rank: #9 – 129. – 12.

Dr Mario E Ramirez Elementary School

Magnet School

Math: 10-14% | Reading: 15-19%
Rank:

Bottom 50%

Add to Compare

8001 Trophy Rd
Rio Grande City, TX 78582
(956) 487-4457

Grades: PK-5

| 506 students

Rank: #9 – 129. – 12.

General Ricardo Sanchez Elementary School

Magnet School

Math: 10-14% | Reading: 15-19%
Rank:

Bottom 50%

Add to Compare

2801 W Eisenhower St
Rio Grande City, TX 78582
(956) 487-7095

Grades: PK-5

| 677 students

Rank: #9 – 129. – 12.

Ringgold Middle School

Magnet School

Math: 12% | Reading: 17%
Rank:

Bottom 50%

Add to Compare

144 Fm 3167
Rio Grande City, TX 78582
(956) 716-6851

Grades: 6-8

| 701 students

Rank: #1313.

La Union Elementary School

Magnet School

Math: 10-14% | Reading: 10-14%
Rank:

Bottom 50%

Add to Compare

6300 Ne Hwy 83
Rio Grande City, TX 78582
(956) 487-3404

Grades: PK-5

| 369 students

Rank: #1414.

Ringgold Elementary School

Magnet School

Math: 6-9% | Reading: 15-19%
Rank:

Bottom 50%

Add to Compare

1 S Fort Ringgold
Rio Grande City, TX 78582
(956) 716-6929

Grades: PK-5

| 444 students

Rank: #1515.

Grulla Middle School

Magnet School

Math: 8% | Reading: 13%
Rank:

Bottom 50%

Add to Compare

Fm 2360
Rio Grande City, TX 78582
(956) 487-5558

Grades: 6-8

| 623 students

Rank: #1616.

Roque Guerra Junior Elementary School

Magnet School

Math: 8% | Reading: 10-14%
Rank:

Bottom 50%

Add to Compare

1600 W Main St
Rio Grande City, TX 78582
(956) 716-6982

Grades: PK-5

| 698 students

Rank: #1717.

John & Olive Hinojosa Elementary School

Magnet School

Math: 6-9% | Reading: 10-14%
Rank:

Bottom 50%

Add to Compare

2448 Embassy St
Rio Grande City, TX 78582
(956) 487-3710

Grades: PK-5

| 475 students

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Standardized Tests

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Place School No. 422 “Perovo”, Moscow – Afisha

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Secondary school No.

55, Petrozavodsk.

Parents of future first graders!

Dear parents of future first-graders!

We publish the order for enrollment in grade 1 for the 2023-2024 academic year.

Dear parents!!!
Notices of refusal to accept an application on the State Services portal are generated automatically.
This is due to the acceptance of applications from children living in a territory not assigned to an educational organization.

Please remain calm. For questions, please contact the School Administration.

Dear parents!

MOU “Secondary School No. 55” announces admission to the pre-school preparation groups “Getting Ready for School” for the 2023-2024 academic year.
More information at the link.

Attention! Information on the appearance of students

Since 2013, schools began to develop requirements for the appearance of schoolchildren in connection with the entry into force on September 1, 2013 of the Federal Law – No. 273 “On Education in the Russian Federation”. The legislation refers the establishment of requirements for students’ clothing to the competence of the educational organization.

A Model Regulation was sent to all schools, on the basis of which each educational organization developed and adopted its own local act.

Schools have the right to establish the following types of students’ clothing: casual, formal, sportswear. The clothes of students must correspond to the weather and the place of training, the temperature regime in the room. The appearance and clothing of students must comply with the business style generally accepted in society. Schoolchildren are not recommended to wear clothes, shoes, jewelry and accessories with traumatic fittings.

The regulation on uniform requirements for the appearance of students was adopted in Secondary School No. 55 in 2021. It complies with legal requirements. Parents, when accepting children to school, get acquainted with all the documents of the educational organization, including the Regulations on Uniform Requirements for the Appearance of Students.

The issue of the requirements for the appearance of students was considered at school-wide and classroom parent meetings.

The principal of the school decided to cancel the order issued on January 18, 2023, since the Regulation on uniform requirements for the appearance of students is sufficient to control the appearance of students.

Work in this direction will be continued. A meeting of the governing council is being prepared in the near future. The agenda of the meeting includes the issue of the appearance of students, making additions to the Regulations on uniform requirements for the appearance of a student.

We invite active parents of students through class teachers to join the work on making additions to the Regulations on uniform requirements for the appearance of a student.

Here the future begins

We are used to the fact that schools are built according to standard designs. Our school was built according to a unique project, the authors of which are the staff of the Karelian Center for Innovative Design “Algorithm” (an enterprise of the Karelstroymekhanizatsiya LLC group of companies). The idea of ​​many wall clocks (102) symbolizes the need for organization, discipline, clarity in our fast paced time.

Clock system includes 102 wall clocks with GPS/GLONASS synchronization.

The school has a modern video surveillance system – 89outdoor and 48 indoor IP cameras.

There are 45 Wi-Fi access points in the building.

The elementary school has special rooms for after-school groups. There is a place for daytime sleep.

The high school will have a laboratory “Rosnano” in the areas of chemistry and biology, where students will be able to conduct experiments and develop practical skills.

There is a library with a seating area and wi-fi.

The modern assembly hall accommodates 870 people and the conference hall 150.

Medical unit + dental office.

The school will have five sports halls, the largest of which can hold Russian-level competitions. Sports locker rooms are equipped with showers. A stadium with a running track around the perimeter, athletics, volleyball and basketball courts, as well as a play area for elementary school students will be placed on the school territory.

Daycare 100: Holidays | Hoboken Day Care 100

Опубликовано: October 27, 2023 в 10:50 am

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Категории: Miscellaneous

Our Programs | Hoboken Day Care 100

OUR PROGRAMS

Utilizing the Creative Curriculum as well as other proven early childhood methodologies we teach your children through art, music and play making sure they reach important early learning standards.

 

INFANTS-Each day your child will be discovering things using all five senses, copying simple actions of the people around them, experimenting with toy instruments, exploring textures, colors, and learning a variety of words and sounds through playing with other children. Goals for infants focus on relationships with caregivers, developing trust and security, and exploration. Infants and toddlers should be given opportunities that utilize all their senses as they discover toys and other appropriate objects. Their interests should also be taken into account. Independent play, teacher-directed play, and increasing amounts of play with peers are all included in the curriculum. An appropriate curriculum recognizes the wide variety of development, interests, and temperaments present with young children. Throughout the daily routine, each activity from diapering to eating is seen as an opportunity for the caregiver to build a meaningful relationship with the child. A variety of learning experiences are provided as children play with objects, caregivers, and eventually their peers. The child’s personality and interests are used to guide curriculum choices.

 

TODDLERS-When your child is all over the place, they’re discovering their world! Toddlers learn best in safe, loving places where they can explore, in their own way. The activities for this age group are built around toddlers’ limitless curiosity and their natural desire to push boundaries. During their time with us your child will learn to count, discover writing and music, and start building toward following simple instructions and using the potty. 

Goals for toddlers focus on independence, discovery, need for control, and early social interactions. Infants and toddlers should be given opportunities that utilize all their senses as they discover toys and other appropriate objects. Their interests should also be taken into account. Independent play, teacher-directed play, and increasing amounts of play with peers are all included in the curriculum.

Throughout the daily routine, each activity from diapering to eating is seen as an opportunity for the caregiver to build a meaningful relationship with the child. A variety of learning experiences are provided as children play with objects, caregivers, and eventually their peers. The child’s personality and interests are used to guide curriculum choices.

PRESCHOOL-With improved coordination and thinking the world begins to open up for preschoolers. Our program introduces language, math, science and social skills. Each day at Hoboken Day Care 100 preschoolers explore science experiments, create artwork, play dress up and play music and movement games. In this way they learn following directions and other key skills for learning success. Goals expand for preschool-age children to focus on exploration, investigation, and vocabulary growth. Knowledge in traditional subject areas like math, reading, science, social studies, and the arts is introduced. A challenging curriculum for preschoolers is sometimes child-led and other times teacher-led. Preschoolers have a wealth of interactions with caregivers, peers, and a wide variety of engaging materials. Also, students learn how to recognize their personal achievements. 

 

PREK-Your child will gain independence while getting ready for the transition to kindergarten with a more organized environment. Each day your child will learn phonetic sounds, do simple addition and subtraction, creating simple patterns, sing songs, create art, and make music. The curriculum should be integrated overall with “focusing” lessons as needed. Focused lessons* are devoted to a particular skill like recognizing print numerals and letters. Educational materials reflect the children’s culture. Individual, small group, and whole class activities are used to promote a child’s learning. The teacher should use the interests of the students to help plan topics and lessons. Various academic subjects are taught through meaningful experiences and play is a cornerstone of the day.

  • Language

  • Literacy

  • Math

  • Science

  • Social Studies

  • Arts and crafts

  • Music and movement

  • Foreign languages (Spanish)

  • Social interaction

What Children Learn
On the basis of scientific research and state and professional standards, The Creative Curriculum identifies the knowledge, skills, and concepts important for preschool children to acquire in each content area: literacy, math, science, social studies, the arts, and technology.

We describe the key components of these content areas:

  • Literacy: vocabulary and language, phonological awareness, letters, words, print, comprehension, books and other texts, and sources of enjoyment

  • Mathematics: numbers; patterns and relationships; geometry and spatial awareness; measurement; and data collection, organization, and representation 

  • Science: physical science, life science, and earth and the environment

  • Social Studies: spaces and geography, people and how they live, people and the environment, and people and the past

  • The Arts: dance, music, drama, and the visual arts

REGULAR HOURS ARE FROM
7:30am-5:30pm.

AFTER CARE IS AVAILABLE UNTIL 6:00.
PART TIME CARE IS NOT OFFERED AT HDC100.

About | Hoboken Day Care 100

ABOUT US

 

Hoboken Day Care 100 provides a warm, loving and clean environment for your child.  Utilizing the Creative Curriculum as well as other proven early childhood methodologies we teach your child through art, music and purposeful play making sure they reach important early learning standards. We enable children to develop confidence, creativity and critical thinking skills. All our staff members are CPR and first aid certified. 

 

In 1972 the City of Hoboken received a HUD Grant to house a number of resources for the community in one building. The City of Hoboken asked Hoboken Day Care 100 to become the resource for subsidized child care.  Hoboken Day Care 100 has served many families though subsidized services as well as private day care tuition.  We pride ourselves on having a wonderfully diverse student and teacher population that reflects the community that we serve.

Our building is conveniently located close to public transportation. Our classrooms are bright, colorful and clean.  We have a big open outdoor space where students can run and play.  

The mission of our program is to provide children and families with quality child care that promotes individual growth and development. Our goal is to prepare children to be confident and creative lifelong learners by growing physically, socially, emotionally, and cognitively through developmentally appropriate learning activities.

 

 

 

Please click the link below to find out more about our Play-Based Learning and how it benefits our students!

NOTES

We provide a delicious breakfast and snack each day. Parents provide lunch.

Milk/water are provided with

each meal. All infant meals up to age 1 are provided. 

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Each child is assigned their own crib/cot for naptime.

Linens are not shared between children.

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Weather permitting,

children will have outside time every day. Infants over 5 months will go for walks locally in their strollers. Toddlers and preschool have use of the backyard area.

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Give us a call:

201-792-4666

CHILD SAFETY

 

Keeping children of all ages safe and healthy is one of the most important tasks of child care providers.

Keeping our child care environment clean is one of the best ways to help ensure that our children stay healthy. Dirty toys, bedding, linens, eating utensils, and surfaces can carry and spread germs. Regular disinfecting are part of the routine in a child care setting.

 

TOILETING

Diapering and toileting are two of the most common times that germs are spread in child care. Our teachers know the right way to change diapers and appropriate ways to help children use the toilet in order to greatly reduce the spread of illness in the child care program.

 

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How to get playdough out of hair: How To Get Playdough Out Of Hair: 4 Simple Methods

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How To Get Playdough Out Of Hair: 4 Simple Methods

As parents, it’s difficult enough keeping your child still and being allowed to brush their hair, let alone spending torturous time getting playdough out. While removing playdough from your toddler’s hair is no fun, it is made a bit easier with the below tried and tested methods!

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How To Get Playdough Out Of Hair

There are a handful of different methods for getting playdough out of your kids hair, each best for different circumstances. These methods have all been tried and tested by the My Toddler Life team to save you the hassle:

Method 1: How To Get Dry Playdough Out Of Hair

If you’ve left it too late to get out, or your child comes home from daycare or school with dried dough in their hair, this is the method for you.  

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You need: wash cloth, hot water, bowl, soap

The idea with this one is to dampen the playdough to simply soften it and wiggle it out with the power of the soapy water!

Simply fill a small bowl with warm water and soap and dampen the wash cloth. Pick up handfuls of hair and gently dampen the hair and playdough with the wash cloth. Twist, pinch and slide down until the dough comes out. And repeat, repeat, repeat. 

Method 2: How To Get Soft Playdough Out of Hair

Soft playdough is also quite difficult to get out of hair. The best way to counteract the stickiness is with the smooth silicone of hair conditioner. 

You need: shampoo, conditioner, wash cloth, bowl

Massage in conditioner to the whole head of hair (more than you would normally!) and leave a minute or two. Slide playdough out of the hair by grabbing, twisting and gently pulling with the washcloth. Rinse conditioner out & give the hair a good shampoo to get rid of all the excess. 

Method 3: How To Get Sticky Playdough Out Of Hair

Like the conditioner above, olive oil is a great solution to removing sticky playdough from hair.

You need: olive oil, damp wash cloth, bowl

Massage in olive oil to the whole head of hair (yep!) and leave a minute or two. Slide playdough out of the hair by grabbing, twisting and gently pulling with the washcloth. Rinse oil out & give the hair a good double shampoo to get rid of all the excess. 

Method 4: What To Do When Playdough Won’t Come Out

This bad boy is only for if you are desperate and none of the above methods work, as baking soda can seriously dry out fine childhood hair. 

You need: water, baking soda, bowl, wash cloth

Stir baking soda and warm water together (at about a 30/70 split – how much you will need depends on how much hair your little one has and how much playdough is stuck in there!).

 Massagemixture in to the whole head of hair (yep!) and leave a minute or two. Slide playdough out of the hair by grabbing, twisting and gently pulling with the washcloth. Rinse mixture out & give the hair a good shampoo to get rid of all the excess and double condition to heal damaged hair

Good luck! . 

Playdough Recipe That Doesn’t Stick To Hair: Cloud Dough

Also known as Moon Dough, Cloud Dough is the new homemade playdough on the block – that i’m guessing some genius school kid developed when bored at home – but hey, it works. While not as long-lasting as traditional play doh, this cloud dough recipe will not stick to your child’s hair. Made from 3 simple ingredients – hair conditioner, corn starch and food dye, this recipe is inspired by the legends over at Southern Plate.

Next time your child wants homemade play dough, give this recipe a go and avoid the sticky hair situation!

Cloud Dough Ingredients

  • 2 Heaping cups cornstarch
  • 1 Cup Scented Conditioner I love Suave Coconut or Strawberry

How To Make Cloud Dough

  1. Measure and add your cornstarch to a large mixing bowl.
  2. Measure your conditioner and pour into your bowl of cornstarch.
  3. Use a long spatula to mix your two ingredients until it gets hard to mix.
  4. Use your hands too finish kneading the dough together. One way I do this is to put it all in a gallon zipper seal bag and continue kneading it.
  5. Now it’s ready for play!

Gluten-free playdough Recipe

We like this gluten-free playdough recipe from One Creative Mama

Gluten-Free Playdough Ingredients:

  • 1 cup of white rice flour
  • ½ cup of cornstarch
  • ½ cup of salt
  • 1 Tbsp cream of tartar
  • 1  ½  tsp of vegetable oil
  • 1 cup of water (hot, but not boiling)
  • Food Coloring, as desired

How To Make Gluten-Free Playdough

  1. Mix all dry ingredients together in a medium pot.
  2. Add the vegetable oil, then the water, and continue to mix until thoroughly combined.
  3. Heat the mixture on the stove over low heat for about 3 minutes. I like to stir frequently with a silicone spatula.
  4. When the dough starts to pull away from the sides easily, dump the dough onto parchment paper. Let it cool briefly until you can work it with your hands.
  5. Knead food coloring into the dough until you get the color you desire.

Additional Notes:

  • Don’t overcook the dough. It shouldn’t need more than five minutes.
  • To add food coloring, I use the method I’ve used since I was a kid: Using your thumbs, make a well in the middle of the ball of dough and drop the food coloring into the well. Close up the well with the outside dough, keeping the food coloring in the middle of the ball. Then, carefully begin kneading it until the color is evenly distributed throughout the dough.
  • You don’t have to use the parchment paper. The dough shouldn’t be sticky. I use the parchment paper to simply keep residue and food coloring off my countertop. Wax paper or a plate would work just as well.
  • If needed, adjust the texture with a small amount of cold water (for dry, crumbly dough) or cornstarch (for sticky dough).
  • Makes about 2 cups of play dough, or about 2 baseball-size balls of dough.
  • Store in tightly sealed plastic bags or containers.

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Removing Play Dough from Hair: Easy Steps for a Tough Task

Kids Play Dough

Every kid loves playing with dough. That is something that cannot be denied. However, there is something else too that cannot be denied. Parents do not like the idea of kids playing with dough. Or, rather, let me correct myself – They do not like the idea of kids littering clay around in the house. It is not that parents are against kids playing with clay.

However, there is something horrific about finding dough sticking to the carpets and the sofas. Worst still, imagine clay sticking to your kids hair or to your own. These are a few things that make parents dread the harmless substance. However, there are ways in which you can pluck out this gooey substance from hair and from the furniture as well.  This post is to share with you a simple method using which you can remove play dough from your hair.

The steps for removing play dough from one’s hair are mentioned as follows:

  1. The first thing that you should do is to wet the hair of the kid or of the person who has got dough in his/her hair.
  2. The second thing is to keep is to apply shampoo and wash the hair thoroughly.
  3. When the hair is still wet, you should comb is so as to take out the chunks of clay sticking in it.
  4. The next step is remove chunks and bits that refuse to go away with your hands or nails.
  5. Another thing that helps is a wet towel. Press the hair strands that have dough in them with this wet towel. This will smoothen out the dough and it will come off easily.

Another important tip is that it might take you one or more washes to remove the clay from your kid’s hair. You also might be required to repeat all of the above mentioned steps more than once in case they dough has hardened up. Another trouble with dough is that it sticks to your home’s furniture as well. However, removing it from the corners of your sofa or bed or any other piece of furniture is also not a big deal. All you need to do removing play dough from furniture is the following:

Supposedly, the Lumi Do sticks to carpet while your kid is busy playing. What can you do? Well, there is a list of steps that you will be required to follow. These include:

  1. Pour a little water over the place where the dough is sticking.
  2. Use a brush to scratch the dough off.
  3. In case it doesn’t come off you may be required to use some soap or detergent to get the dough particles loosen up.

These are some of the ways in which clay can be removed from your hair as well as from the carpet or curtains. You would second that probably it is a simple enough way in which you can remove the clay or dough easily. Therefore, you can now give your kid dough to play with, without worrying about whether he or she will stick it in his/her hair or litter it around in the house. You can be assured that now you will be able to easily get Loomy Do off from these tough places.

 

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How to clean plasticine – from hair, hands and carpets

Our children love to sculpt, while adults encourage this creative activity with mixed feelings. after all, then one inevitably has to clean up the consequences of childhood inspiration. Where plasticine just does not get, even if everything is foreseen: both the table and the clothes. It is impossible to list everything that a child can touch with dirty hands or where a sticky piece can fly into.

But it’s not so bad if you know how to clean the plasticine from the carpet. And. how to wash plasticine from toys, hair, hands and other things.

Answer the questions in order. But first, remember that the mass for modeling, which we call plasticine, consists of mineral waxes, polymers, dyes, rubber and paraffin. Each of the components can be influenced in a certain way.

We discussed the method of freezing in the article How to clean plasticine from clothes. It is also suitable for small items such as soft toys, pillows or bags. However, a carpet, rug or hair stained with a sticky mass of a child cannot be placed in a refrigerator. Then, how to remove plasticine, how to get rid of plasticine stains?

Plasticine removal methods

  1. Alternatively, turn the soft sticky mass into a solid that can be scraped off and removed.
  2. Alternatively, soften to a liquid state and absorb into a material such as napkins.
  3. Alternatively, dissolve and remove greasy dye residue with household cleaners or household supplies.

How to remove plasticine from a child’s hair

Do not rush to cut strands of matted hair. How to remove plasticine from hair, even very long and thick, mothers of creative children are well aware. The most difficult thing will be to persuade a small child to be patient.

It may hurt a little and you will have to sit or stand in an uncomfortable position, but it’s worth it. Sticky ugliness can be cleaned without a trace and even with benefits for the hair.

You can first try to remove the plasticine from the hair with a piece of linen or flannel, gently scraping off the sticky mass.

Attention

Make cleansing movements along the hair growth, holding the strand from above with your hand. This way you will cause less pain. When the hair is pulled, it is not very pleasant even for an adult.

Flannel is thick and fluffy enough to absorb most of the melted material. If the child does not want to endure, cries, quit this activity and use another, more gentle and effective remedy.

We take any vegetable oil available in the house. Castor, almond or peach is best, but kitchen vegetable will remove plasticine from hair just as well. It’s just a little harder to wash off. You can use any cosmetic oil.

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Now only the ability of vegetable oils to soften plasticine is important for us.

Then you will have to take napkins or paper towels and remove the softened mass from top to bottom, so as not to injure the hair follicles and not cause pain to the child. And the hair is less tangled. After that, rinse your head several times with shampoo with tolerably hot water. Usually these measures are enough to clean plasticine from the child’s hair. Consider that along the way you also made a nourishing hair mask.

Another way to clean plasticine from the long hair of the child in the video. A great way, by the way, if you don’t have time to wash your hair (it’s time to get ready for kindergarten or school), and it will also take a long time to dry your hair. Oil in this case clearly loses to hair conditioner.

How to clean plasticine from carpet

This will be a little more difficult. But again, we proceed from the properties of the modeling mass to harden when exposed to cold and melt when heated.

Tip

No need to try to clean plasticine from a carpet or rug with brushes and scrapers. The area of ​​pollution will increase and it will be extremely difficult to remove everything without a trace. Do not use a vacuum cleaner either. Even scraped small particles inside the bin will soften and clog the filter. If you still have to vacuum, empty the garbage bag immediately.

Cold

You can’t stuff a bulky carpet into the refrigerator, you have to figure out how to bring cold to the place of pollution. The best option is dry ice. If there is an opportunity to get it, consider that half the work is done.

If the modeling material did not leave greasy colorful marks, then the removal of plasticine from the carpet will end in your victory.

However, ice from a home refrigerator is also quite effective. Don’t forget to place the ice cubes in a plastic bag. Having hardened, the plasticine mass is easily scraped off. It is important to remove all the particles without residue until they become soft and stick again.

With heat

With a hairdryer, heat the plasticine stain through a napkin, gently press the napkin with your hand, making wet movements. Changing napkins. We melt the mass until the greasy stain ceases to appear.

It is more convenient to use a hair dryer if the flooring or carpet is synthetic and it is scary to touch them with a hot iron.

An iron is better than a hair dryer for softening. But we don’t iron it, but press the iron against a napkin or paper towel placed at the site of contamination until traces appear on the absorbent material. We change napkins so as not to produce new stains.

Removing greasy stains

It remains to remove residual greasy stains. For this purpose, all store products designed to remove stains from carpet or upholstered furniture are suitable. It is better to use them, since all soap solutions cannot be rinsed out of such bulky items.

If for a carpet the advice to apply a soapy solution and then wash it off with water can still be useful (due to its hairiness, you may not notice the border between the reduced stain and the rest of it), then this method does not work for carpets and flooring.

But household chemicals come to the rescue, which you can pick up at any hardware store. You can also use auto chemicals to clean the interior.

Alcohol Solutions

Oyate spirit or any product containing alcohol can be used to remove plasticine from carpets and rugs. Vodka is also great. It perfectly splits all greasy traces and at the same time dissolves the colored stain. Everything disappears almost without a trace.

Ammonia will clean the carpet perfectly, but its smell will hover around the apartment for a long time, poisoning your life. But if it is possible to leave the house and leave the windows open for a long time, then ammonia is one of the best means of cleaning greasy stains from a fleecy or fabric surface.

In this case, it must be diluted in a glass of water by dripping 10 drops. This is enough to make any greasy spots recede. Wet a cotton pad with the solution and blot, moving towards the center of the stain until it disappears completely.

Attention

If you use ammonia to remove plasticine stains from clothes, then mixed, dyed and synthetic fabrics cannot be treated with it. Only cotton and preferably a dense texture.

Q&A

Is it possible to clean plasticine from carpet with gasoline?

Possible. And it cleans gasoline residual greasy traces perfectly, but it should not be used for a light coating. There may be stains that can only be removed by dry cleaning. Why do you need extra trouble if there are many other ways.

Can plasticine be removed from a carpet with acetone?

You should not use acetone stain cleaners for the following reasons: you cannot know how the synthetics from which your carpet is made will behave. The fibers can “shrink” and instead of a carpet pleasing with cleanliness, you will get a damaged thing. But, if there is nothing else at hand, try applying acetone on an inconspicuous piece for five to ten minutes. During this time, you will see the result and decide if acetone can be used.

How to remove plasticine from your hands

Pour some vegetable oil on your hands. Rub them against each other, as if soaping. The dissolved plasticine will become very liquid. Just rinse it off with water and wash your hands with soap and water.

The problem of how and with what to clean plasticine is now quickly solved. There are many resources in stores that help to cope with the disaster. In addition, there are many home methods that we have told you about.

Therefore, it is not necessary to deprive children of the opportunity to create and develop. Plasticine stains can be dealt with, they are removed both from carpets and from the hair of our children quite easily. Rejoice in the results of their creativity without regard to possible problems.

How to remove plasticine from hair with home remedies

We have all played with plasticine more than once. Although our mothers have already had to use some other trick to eliminate him where we are stuck, now it’s our turn. We fear that this moment will come, but of course, this is not the first time we will come across how to remove plasticine from hair .

This is a kind of molding paste with which babies can make numerous figures. Mothers are always happy about this so that they continue to develop their creative abilities. But, of course, sometimes this creativity gets out of control and reaches the hair. Don’t worry because there are quick fixes to help you!

Index

  • 1 How to remove clay from hair with hot water
  • 2 Remove plasticine with baby oil.
  • 3 Vaseline or olive oil
  • 4 Hand sanitizer and plasticine

How to remove clay from hair with hot water

One of the quickest and easiest tricks is this one. If you were wondering how to remove clay from hair, then we will tell you that hot water is a good remedy. In addition to efficiency, we can apply it anywhere. For this we need Moisten the hair well and the entire area where the plasticine is pasted. Thanks to hot water, we will completely soften it. Thus, it will be much easier to remove it with your fingers. Of course, in a matter of minutes the problem will be solved.

Remove plasticine with baby oil.

Without a doubt, baby oil is another of the most recommended products. If you have some of this product at home, you already know what to spend it on. It is ideal, because plasticine compositions will fall apart in front of this product. So for this we are going to put some oil on plasticine, which we stuck in the hair . In this case, we will leave it alone for the best effect. In about ten minutes, that will be more than enough. After this time, it remains only to remove some hot water and while we brush over the area. Of course, always be very careful. If we see that it has not completely separated yet, we will apply some more oil and let it rest again.

Vaseline or olive oil

Of course, if you don’t have baby oil at home, don’t worry. Of course, you will either have Vaseline or olive oil . Both are great for seeing how to remove clay from hair. In these cases, it remains only to apply the selected product to the plasticine – petroleum jelly or oil. Also let it sit for a few minutes to soften the skin.

Day care farmers branch tx: Daycare, Preschool & Child Care Centers in Farmers Branch, TX

Опубликовано: October 26, 2023 в 6:42 pm

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Daycare, Preschool & Child Care Centers in Farmers Branch, TX

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    (972) 980-2858

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    Irving,
    TX
    75038
    Ages:
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    TUITION & OPENINGS

    (972) 550-8479

  3. 3. Fairgate Kindercare

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    (972) 323-1300

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    Dallas,
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    75287
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    75093
    Ages:
    6 weeks to 12 years
    Open:

    TUITION & OPENINGS

    (972) 519-8361

  9. 9. Forest Lane KinderCare

    8.8 miles Away:
    9131 Forest Ln,
    Dallas,
    TX
    75243
    Ages:
    6 weeks to 12 years
    Open:

    TUITION & OPENINGS

    (972) 234-3174

  10. 10.

    Campbell Rd KinderCare

    9.9 miles Away:
    511 W Campbell Rd,
    Richardson,
    TX
    75080
    Ages:
    6 weeks to 12 years
    Open:

    TUITION & OPENINGS

    (972) 669-1130

  11. 11. Legacy KinderCare

    10.5 miles Away:
    6819 Communications Pkwy,
    Plano,
    TX
    75024
    Ages:
    6 weeks to 5 years
    Open:

    TUITION & OPENINGS

    (214) 474-0011

  12. 12.

    Young Stars

    11.5 miles Away:
    207 S Houston St Ste 130C,
    Dallas,
    TX
    75202
    Ages:
    6 weeks to 5 years
    Open:

    TUITION & OPENINGS

    (214) 767-8888

  13. 13. Southlake-Grapevine KinderCare

    12.0 miles Away:
    3115 E Southlake Blvd,
    Southlake,
    TX
    76092
    Ages:
    6 weeks to 5 years
    Open:

    TUITION & OPENINGS

    (817) 481-3122

  14. 14.

    North Custer KinderCare

    13.2 miles Away:
    6525 Custer Rd,
    Plano,
    TX
    75023
    Ages:
    6 weeks to 12 years
    Open:

    TUITION & OPENINGS

    (972) 618-0011

  15. 15. Bedford Harwood KinderCare

    14.1 miles Away:
    2616 Harwood Rd,
    Bedford,
    TX
    76021
    Ages:
    6 weeks to 12 years
    Open:

    TUITION & OPENINGS

    (817) 571-4213

  16. 16.

    Bedford Central KinderCare

    14.9 miles Away:
    2309 Central Dr,
    Bedford,
    TX
    76021
    Ages:
    6 weeks to 12 years
    Open:

    TUITION & OPENINGS

    (817) 571-1818

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Full text of the 2021 US Human Rights Violations Report (6)

(Source: Xinhua News Agency) 08:16.01/03/2022

The Associated Press reported on September 9, 2021 that a survey showed that 53 percent Americans have a negative view of Islam.

In a 2021 report, the Council on American-Islamic Relations said that every year it receives more complaints of bullying and Islamophobic rhetoric. A report released by the California chapter of the council on October 28, 2021 found that more than half of California students surveyed said they did not feel safe in school because they were being bullied because of their Muslim heritage. This is the highest percentage recorded by the California chapter since polls began in 2013.

The results of the survey, published on October 29, 2021 by the Institute of Alienation and Belonging at the University of California at Berkeley, showed that 67.5 percent. Muslim participants experienced the harm associated with Islamophobia. 93.7 percent of the respondents stated that they were emotionally or physically affected by Islamophobia.

Indigenous peoples have long been subjected to severe racial persecution. The US has a long and dark history of violating the rights of indigenous peoples, including Indian survivors of massacres, brutal expulsions and cultural genocide.

An article titled “The United States Must Face Its Own Genocides”, published on the Foreign Policy website on October 11, 2021, notes that over the 19th and 20th centuries, the US government funded more than 350 Indigenous boarding schools that were directed on the cultural assimilation of Aboriginal children by forcibly separating them from families and communities.

Until the 1970s, hundreds of thousands of indigenous children were uprooted from their homes. Many of them were tortured to death in boarding schools where American Indian, Alaska Native, and Hawaiian identities, languages, and beliefs were forcibly suppressed.

The United States bears not only moral, but also legal responsibility for the criminal genocide against its own people, the article says.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Navajo, Cherokee, Sioux, and other Native Americans struggled with disease and poverty, but their concerns were systematically ignored. The Navajo Nation, which is located in Arizona, Utah, and New Mexico, was for some time among the areas with the highest rates of COVID-19 in the United States.

The Guardian reported on April 24, 2020 that early data point to dramatically disproportionate rates of COVID-19 infection and death among Native Americans. Approximately 80 percent. U.S. state health departments have released any demographic data on the impact of coronavirus in a racial context, but almost half of them did not single out Native Americans, but categorized them as “other. ” “We are few because of the genocide,” said Abigail Eco-Hawk, chief scientist at the Seattle Indian Health Board. “If you exclude us from the data, we will not exist,” she stressed.

The Russian news network RT reported on January 8, 2022 that since the 1950s, 928 of more than 1,000 covert US government nuclear tests have been conducted on Shoshone indigenous lands, leaving 620,000 tons of radioactive dust – almost 48 times more than after the nuclear explosion in Japanese Hiroshima in 1945. According to Shoshone spokesman Jan Zabarte, more than 1,000 people from the tribe died directly from a nuclear explosion, many subsequently fell ill with cancer.

The economic gap between races continues to widen. There is a long and systematic economic disparity between ethnic minority groups and the white population in the US, which manifests itself in various aspects, such as employment and entrepreneurship, wages and financial credit.

On April 7, 2021, USA Today reported that, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, as of the first quarter of 2021, 48 percent of of the roughly 615,000 unemployed in the Asian community have been out of work for six months. This figure exceeded the proportion of long-term unemployed among the unemployed of other ethnic groups.

Alexandra Su, executive director of the Koreatown Immigrant Workers Alliance in Los Angeles, said Asians in the United States were racially discriminated against and were given jobs in areas such as cooking, laundry and housework, nursing and personal care, which are not valued, whose work is low paid and who have suffered the most during the pandemic.

On July 30, 2021, USA Today reported on its website that a new Gallup poll showed that 59percent Americans do not believe that racial minorities have equal job opportunities.

The Hill newspaper reported on its website on September 11, 2021 that 27 percent of minority-owned small businesses remain closed, much higher than white-owned businesses. White-owned startups are seven times more likely to receive loans than African-American-owned startups during their founding year. Throughout the pandemic, minority-owned businesses have not received equal access to federal assistance and have been hit hardest economically.

CNN reported on July 15, 2021 that about 17 percent African American families do not have access to basic financial services. Among whites, the figure is only 3 percent.

On December 15, 2021, the Los Angeles Times reported on its website that Hispanics only own 2 percent of the general state of the country, although they account for 19 percent. population. The average net worth of white families is more than five times that of Hispanic families.

Structural flaws have led to increased racial disparities in the US. On November 22, 2021, UN Special Rapporteur on Minority Issues Fernand de Varenne said after a 14-day visit to the US that when it comes to human rights and minorities, the US is the country “where support for slavery has led to one of the most brutal civil wars in a world where racial segregation persisted until the end of the 20th century, and where indigenous peoples faced deprivation, brutality, and even genocide over the centuries.”

The US legal system is structured to benefit and make life easier for those who are richer, and punish those who are poorer, which is why minorities such as African Americans and Hispanics find themselves in a generational cycle of poverty, Fernand de Waren said.

V. Deviation from humanitarian values ​​leads to a migration crisis

The US government has often interfered in the internal affairs of other countries using the “human rights” club. However, the policy of separating migrant children from their families has seriously threatened the lives, dignity, freedom and other rights of migrants. The migrant and refugee crisis has even been used as a tool for American partisan bickering and political infighting. Constant changes in government policy and police brutality exacerbate the suffering of migrants, who have already faced lengthy detention, brutal torture, forced labor and many other forms of inhuman treatment.

Asylum seekers are subjected to ill-treatment by the police. The humanitarian crisis continued to escalate in 2021, with a growing influx of migrants along the southern border of the United States, and increasingly violent means by border guards to expel or prevent asylum seekers from entering the country.

Data released by the US Border Patrol shows that in fiscal year 2021 (October 1, 2020 to September 30, 2021), 557 migrants died at the southern border of the United States, more than double the figure for the previous fiscal year and a record since the beginning of the statistics at 1998 year. Media reports say this does not reflect the appalling situation on the US southern border, and “the actual death toll of migrants could be higher.”

The USA Today website reported on November 29, 2021 that more than 7,647 cases of murder, rape, torture, kidnapping, and other violent attacks against asylum seekers had been reported between January and November 2021.

In September 2021, more than 15,000 Haitian asylum seekers lived in appalling conditions under a bridge in the Texas border town of Del Rio, sleeping in squalid tents or mud in sweltering heat and amid piles of rubbish. The United States Mounted Border Patrol brutalized asylum seekers, brandishing whips and rushing at the crowd to throw them into the river. The scene immediately sparked outrage when journalists released their footage.

CNN noted that this is reminiscent of a dark era in American history when slaver patrols were used to control black slaves. The New York Times noted that “outrageous footage was shown of agents on horseback herding migrants like cattle. ” “The US government always seems to say the right thing on racial issues, but all too often its actions fall short of what they say.”

Faced with a torrent of criticism, the US government soon forcibly deported thousands of asylum seekers back to Haiti, most of whom had not lived there for almost a decade after the 2010 earthquake.

On October 25, 2021, the UNHRC Special Rapporteur on Contemporary Forms of Racism and the Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent issued a statement condemning the United States’ systematic and massive deportation of Haitian refugees and migrants without an assessment of the situation and called it a violation of international law. “The mass deportations appear to continue the story of the racial exclusion of black Haitian migrants and refugees at US ports of entry,” they stressed.

Dissatisfied with the US government’s brutal treatment of Haitian migrants and refugees, Daniel Footy, the US special envoy for Haiti, angrily resigned after only two months in office.

Immigrant children face prolonged detention and abuse. “And while Biden officially ended Trump’s ‘family separation’ policy, his use of Section 42 resulted in family separation 2.0,” the USA Today 29 website reported.November 2021. This has led to the separation of many minors from their parents.

“More than 5,000 unaccompanied children are in the custody of US Customs and Border Protection,” CNN reported April 23, 2021. Many of them are in detention longer than the 72-hour limit set by federal law, he added.

Redacted documents handed over to human rights group Human Rights Watch after six years of legal battles reveal more than 160 cases of misconduct and abuse by leading government agencies, including US Customs and Border Protection, the Guardian reported October 11, 2021. The papers document events from 2016 to 2021 that range from child sexual abuse to starvation, threats of rape and brutal detention conditions.

Conditions in private detention facilities where migrants are held are poor. Most places of detention in the United States are built and operated by private companies. To reduce operating costs and maximize profits, private companies typically build to minimum government standards, resulting in poor housing conditions and harsh indoor conditions. The lack of oversight has led to the chaotic management of places of detention and repeated violations of human rights. In varying degrees, the physical and mental health of prisoners suffers.

US authorities detained more than 1.7 million migrants along the border with Mexico during the fiscal year 2021, which ended in September. Of these, up to 80 percent are kept in private institutions, including 45,000 children.

“Conditions at the ’emergency reception’ shelter built in the harsh desert at Fort Bliss, Texas are deteriorating,” El Paso Times reported on June 25, 2021.

“About 5,000 children were there, and about 1,500 children are still in the unsettled area, where the conditions in the ‘overcrowded’ tents were like a barnyard, were ‘traumatic’ and dangerous to the health and safety of children,” the article says. . Information was provided to the newspaper by several current and former employees of the institution, volunteers and civil servants. The journalists also had at their disposal the internal e-mails of the asylum staff.

Many immigrants are victims of human trafficking and forced labor in the United States. Tightening U.S. immigration policy, coupled with lax domestic controls, exacerbated human smuggling and labor trafficking targeting immigrants.

A December 10, 2021 AP report states that for years, immigrants smuggled into the US have been forced to work long hours on farms, live in dirty, overcrowded trailers, lack food and clean drinking water, and face threats of violence. The workers’ identity cards and travel documents were confiscated, limiting their ability to seek help.

A human trafficking indictment posted Nov. 22, 2021 on the U.S. Department of Justice website reveals that dozens of workers from Mexico and Central America were illegally taken to farms in southern Georgia, where they were illegally held in inhumane conditions as indentured agricultural laborers, victims of modern-day slavery in the United States.

They were deceived by promising a salary of $12 an hour. The migrants were forced to dig onions with their bare hands, paid 20 cents for each bucket they collected, and threatened with guns and violence to keep them in line. At least two workers died due to harsh conditions and one suffered multiple sexual assaults.

The New York Times website reported on November 11, 2021 that hundreds of workers from India were lured to New Jersey, Atlanta, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, etc. with promises of fair pay and normal hours of work. Instead, they had little free time, the work was grueling and often dangerous, they moved stones weighing several tons and were exposed to health risks due to exposure to harmful dust and chemicals. The report states that the workers were forcibly kept in their places of residence and faced threats, and their passports were confiscated.

The social exclusion of immigrants is becoming more and more serious. Fluctuating, inconsistent and often ignorant of human rights migration policy is the main cause of the border crisis and the tragedy of immigrants. We see how extreme xenophobia has a profound effect on politics. Increasingly fueled by racial discontent, anti-immigrant sentiment and intertwined with domestic political battles, US politicians are increasingly inclined to use methods such as force and coercion to resettle refugees, according to an article published by the Washington Post on August 22 last year. According to another Washington Post article published on October 20 last year, more than 1.7 million immigrants were detained by U.S. Border Patrol along the southern border during fiscal year 2021, the most since 1986 years old. The US government hopes to contain illegal border crossings through tough law enforcement measures that make it harder for illegal immigrants to enter the country, forcing them to cross more dangerous areas. This situation, in turn, exacerbates the humanitarian crisis.

VI. Excessive use of force and sanctions violate human rights in other countries

The United States has always strived for hegemonism, unilateralism and interventionism. The country often uses force, resulting in a large number of civilian casualties. The abuse of unilateral sanctions by the United States causes humanitarian crises, hegemony challenges justice, justice is self-servingly violated, and human rights in other countries are violated for no reason. This has become the biggest obstacle and destructive factor to the sound development of the international cause of human rights.

The US War on Terror has resulted in a large number of civilian casualties. Since the beginning of the 21st century, the United States has launched a series of global foreign military operations in the name of combating terrorism, which have resulted in the deaths of about a million people. USA Today reported on February 25, 2021 that the so-called anti-terrorist war unleashed by the United States has claimed the lives of more than 929,000 people over the past 20 years, according to a “costs of war” study by the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs at Brown University.

On August 26, 2021, the USA Today website called the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan a complete disaster. Tragedies such as the US withdrawal from Afghanistan and Vietnam show that in the history of Washington, there has been a disregard for elementary humanism for selfish purposes.

During the chaos at the Kabul airport, an American C-17 transport plane took off, spitting on the safety of Afghan civilians. One of them was crushed by a wheel, several people crashed, falling from the body of the aircraft.

Even in the last minutes of the desperate evacuation, the US military continued to launch airstrikes, which led to heavy civilian casualties. However, the US Department of Defense has publicly stated that no US service member will be punished for killing civilians in drone strikes.

On December 18, 2021, The New York Times reported that an investigation found that more than 50,000 US airstrikes in Iraq, Syria and Afghanistan were reckless and poorly targeted, killing thousands of civilians. The military is hiding the number of casualties, and the actual civilian death toll is much higher than the military’s published figures. The most obvious case is the US airstrike on the Syrian village of Tokhar in 2016. The military claimed that between seven and 24 civilians “mixed with the militants” could have died, but in fact, the US military attacked private homes and more than 120 innocent civilians were killed.

Ongoing war and instability have made almost a third of the Afghan population refugees, and education, health and cultural services suffer from a lack of funding. A total of 3.5 million Afghans have been displaced from their homes as a result of the conflict, and nearly 23 million are starving, including 3.2 million children under the age of five. When the United States withdrew from Afghanistan, it immediately froze billions of dollars of Afghan central bank foreign exchange reserves, pushing the Afghan economy to the brink of collapse and making people’s lives worse. The UN Food and Agriculture Organization and the World Food Program estimated in November 2021 that only 5 percent of Afghans get enough food every day. The New York Times writes that the real winners in the “war on terror” were American defense contractors, and the United States over 20 years in Afghanistan “actually rebuilt not the country, but more than 500 military bases and the personal wealth of those who supplied them.” Only about 12 percent of the recovery aid provided by the United States from 2020 to 2021 actually went to the Afghan government. Most went to American companies such as Louis Berger. From Gulf Today website /UAE/ 19December 2021, an article titled “How the United States Destroyed Iraq” was published. It says that inadequate food supplies and inflation have left Iraqis chronically hungry, and the prevalence of gastrointestinal disease is four times higher than pre-war levels. A shortage of medicines and medical equipment has led to a health crisis in Iraq that is affecting the poor, children, widows, the elderly and other most vulnerable groups the most.

Unilateral sanctions have a negative impact on the inhabitants of other countries. Alena Dukhan, UN Special Rapporteur on the negative impact of unilateral coercive measures on human rights, stressed the devastating impact of sanctions on the entire population of Venezuela, as well as on their rights. US sanctions on Iran’s oil sector have resulted in Iran being unable to import enough medical supplies, which affects the Iranians’ right to life and health. The US embargo against Syria has seriously affected the enjoyment by the Syrian people of economic, social and cultural rights. June 23, 2021 UN General Assembly 29voted in favor of a resolution calling for the United States to lift the embargo on Cuba and start a dialogue to improve bilateral relations with the country for the 10th year in a row. Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez said that the United States maintains the embargo and sanctions against Cuba despite COVID-19, which is causing enormous damage to the Cuban economy and society, and the Cuban people are suffering from the harm caused by this extremely inhumane decision.

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Description: RSA HEAD START is a Day Care Centers in MONTGOMERY AL. This child care center helps with children in the age range of 0 WKS Through 5 YRS. The provider does not participate in a subsidized child care program.

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The service calculates prices in 15 insurance companies and allows you to choose a favorable tariff with real savings of up to 63 percent

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When buying a policy, the money goes directly to the account of the insurance company, you do not pay any commissions

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You will need only 3 documents:
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• passport of the owner of the car;
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Pay for the policy with a bank card and we will send the policy to your e-mail.

If there is no OSAGO policy
or is it fake

Penalty if there is no OSAGO policy or it is fake.

From August 24, 2020, not only the inspector, but also the traffic camera can fix the fact of the absence of a policy. Cameras issue a fine for every day of driving without a policy.

If suddenly an accident occurs due to your fault, then you will compensate all the damage to the injured party yourself. According to the PCA, the average reimbursement for OSAGO in 2021 amounted to.

If during the verification of documents it turns out that the OSAGO policy is fake, then you may be held criminally liable under Article 327 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (forgery of documents).

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Insurance limit for damage to property to third parties.

Insurance limit for harm to life and health to third parties.

What determines the cost of the policy? How to save on OSAGO?

The cost of the OSAGO policy depends on the data specified in the calculation. There are common parameters for all companies that affect the price. This is the power of the car, insurance history, the territory of the owner’s registration, etc. But the price also depends on additional factors established by each company separately. As a result, the cost of OSAGO for different insurers may differ by more than two times. In such a situation, the surest way to save money is to compare available offers by choosing a budget option.

What is an electronic OSAGO? Is it necessary to print the policy?

The electronic OSAGO policy is completely identical to the paper one in terms of conditions and legitimacy. The only difference is in the design: the electronic document comes to the mail as a file. It is not necessary to print it, and traffic police officers can present the policy in electronic form (clause 2.1.1 (1). Traffic Rules of the Russian Federation) – on a smartphone or tablet. However, the driver also has the right to print it out, if it is more convenient for him, and present it on paper (black and white format is quite suitable).

Why buy OSAGO through the marketplace, and not on the insurance website?

If you do not compare the offers of different insurance companies, there is a risk of significantly overpaying for the policy: the very first option may turn out to be the most expensive. At the same time, an independent calculation in 15-20 companies will take several hours, or even a couple of days. The marketplace makes it possible to get the cost of a policy in different companies by entering data only once. Thus, the user saves time and gets the opportunity to choose an offer with an attractive price tag.

What documents are needed to apply for OSAGO?

• Document for the car (PTS or registration certificate) – you will need to specify the details of the document and the characteristics of the vehicle.
• Owner’s passport (or other identification document) – you will need to enter the document details, as well as information about the owner of the car (if the insured is another person, the insured’s passport will also be required).
• Driver’s licenses – you must specify the details of the documents and information about the drivers who will be allowed to drive.
• Diagnostic card (inspection) – if the car is older than 4 years.
• A previous (current) OSAGO policy is optional, but indicating its data can simplify registration, as well as positively affect the number and quality of offers.

How to check the authenticity of an electronic OSAGO policy?

The easiest way is to enter the policy series and number in the appropriate form on the website of the Russian Union of Auto Insurers: https://dkbm-web.autoins.ru/dkbm-web-1.0/policyInfo.htm. You can also contact the insurance company where you bought the OSAGO directly and find out if the policy is registered in the company’s database.

RSA – Russian Union of Motorists

Russian Union of Motorists or RSA is an online information resource dedicated to topical issues of motorists.

The official website of the RSA is an Internet resource of the Russian Union of Motorists. Here are collected materials addressed to motorists and car enthusiasts – everyone for whom cars are an important part of life.

WARNING! This site is the site of the Russian Union of Motorists. The website of the Russian Union of Motor Insurers is not. The official website of the union is located at autoins.ru!

The web resource is dedicated to issues closely related to everything that interests every car owner, as well as those who only intend to purchase their own vehicle. Here you can get acquainted with what OSAGO is – compulsory motor third party liability insurance, CBM – an important coefficient that affects the cost of insurance. Vehicle inspection is also available.

Among other things, the PCA is given the opportunity to learn about the fines that will follow as a punishment for the offense committed (they can be issued both by a traffic police officer and come from video recording cameras). The site will also help answer the question of what a car loan is, as well as choose the right offer from the many available options.

The site of the Russian Union of Motorists is also the latest automotive news, which will allow you to keep abreast of the latest important events in the automotive world. News materials will help to keep abreast of everything related to compulsory liability insurance of vehicle owners, the all-Russian professional association of insurers involved in compulsory motor third party liability insurance, traffic rules and other things.

OSAGO is an insurance policy, the execution of which is mandatory for every vehicle owner. The presence of such insurance is a necessary condition for admission to the management of a particular vehicle. OSAGO can be without restrictions. In this case, any person can drive the vehicle. It may also have limitations. In this case, only those persons who are inscribed in the relevant insurance are allowed to drive the car.

Calculate the cost of insurance will allow the OSAGO PCA calculator, which requires a reliable indication of all the parameters that affect the amount of the insurance premium – the insurance fee that the insured is obliged to pay to the auto insurer, that is, the insurance company or its representative, in accordance with the insurance contract. Among other things, it is possible to get acquainted with the proposals put forward by insurance companies. It is also possible to get acquainted with the step-by-step instructions for obtaining insurance both at the office of the insurer and through the official website of a suitable company.

Here you can also issue CASCO and calculate its cost. Casco can be issued together with OSAGO, which will allow you to protect yourself not only in case of a traffic accident, but also from other damage, as well as theft and theft. The PCA website will also allow you to learn how you can save on insurance, what documents you need to provide to apply for each policy.

Equally important are issues related to the amount of insurance payments, as well as the conditions for receiving them. It is important to know which OSAGO cases are insurance and which are not. The official website of the RSA also allows you to get acquainted with such information.

A significant amount of information on this web resource is devoted to insurance companies, that is, those companies that are licensed to issue insurance policies.

An OSAGO policy already on hand can be checked for authenticity. This procedure is very useful, as it will avoid possible unpleasant situations in the future. The PCA website is a description of the algorithm of actions, as well as a form of direct verification.

Information about the OSAGO Law — the Federal Law “On Compulsory Third Party Liability Insurance of Vehicle Owners”, with the entry into force of which compulsory third party liability insurance finally came to Russia. It is the study of this law that will make it possible to get acquainted with the conditions and procedure for the implementation of compulsory insurance, compensation payments, insurers and the professional association of insurers in Russia.

An important section of the PCA website is the BMF section – the bonus-malus coefficient. This coefficient affects the cost of a compulsory third party liability insurance policy and depends on the accident-free driving.

KBM is calculated for each specific driver and depends on whether such a driver became the culprit of an accident during the previous insurance period, or no accidents were committed through his fault. The more careful the driver is, the more money he can save when applying for insurance. The maximum possible savings is 50% of the cost of the policy for 10 years of accident-free driving.

The site calculates the bonus-malus coefficient, and also provides information on how to check the KBM against the PCA database. A detailed description of the KBM table is also provided, as well as work with it, that is, it is possible to independently calculate the insurance class at the end of the annual insurance period, taking into account the presence of insured events that occurred during the period of validity of previous compulsory insurance contracts. CBM is one of the parameters that affect the cost of the policy. There are a number of other criteria that can change the cost of OSAGO.

The site of the Russian Union of Motorists allows you to check the car. This procedure will be especially useful when buying a vehicle. A vehicle check will let you know the history of the vehicle, information about the periods of ownership, information about participation in traffic accidents, information about fines, and more. All this will allow you to get a reliable picture of what a particular car is.

Attention is also paid to the diagnostic card – a document that is issued to the car owner after passing the vehicle technical inspection procedure. Such a card is one of the necessary documents for registration of OSAGO. It notes the parameters for which the check was carried out, as well as information about the compliance or non-compliance of these parameters with the standards. Due attention was also paid to the procedure for technical inspection of the vehicle, in particular, the timing of maintenance for various categories of vehicles.

The site of the Russian Union of Motorists is also an opportunity to learn more about a driver’s license – a document confirming the right to drive the relevant categories of vehicles. Particular attention is paid to the issues of replacing the VU, including the rules for replacing an expiring document. Information about the medical certificate for a driver’s license.

The PCA website allows you to find out what you are facing with a fine, as well as what its amount is. Here you can also check the presence of unpaid fines, as well as the possibility of paying for the offense committed.

To search for the necessary information, it is enough to indicate the number of the vehicle registration certificate. After the existing fine is found, it will be possible to proceed with its payment. In order to pay fines on time and not find yourself in an unpleasant situation in the future, it is possible to subscribe to receive notifications of fines. To do this, it is enough to indicate the e-mail address to which free notifications of the corresponding content will be sent.

It is possible to check the information using other services that will allow you to find out about the presence of unpaid fines, as well as pay them. Such a check can be carried out not only by the document number, but also by the state number of the car, as well as the number of the resolution.

Information about the fines that may be received for the absence of OSAGO or its use in violation of the terms of the policy, for example, in the case when a vehicle is driven by a person who is not included in the insurance, although such a document has a limited list of persons allowed to drive a particular vehicle.

News and information about traffic cameras, as well as violations that are recorded with their help, which entails fines for the vehicle owner.

Materials according to the European protocol in case of a traffic accident, which allows you to draw up documents about an accident according to a simplified scheme. The procedures are described and receive payments for OSAGO without involving employees of the State traffic inspectorate.

Section for those who are looking for a job in the field of insurance, car insurance, OSAGO, CASCO, KBM check.

News related to OSAGO and PCA, information about changes in traffic rules and fines, information about passing a technical inspection, information about obtaining medical certificates and driver’s licenses.

On the website of the PCA in the section “Compensation payments” it is specified in detail in which cases the victim should apply for compensation to the PCA, and in which cases – to his insurance company. The information is presented in the form of tables. List of auto insurers excluded from the Insurers’ Direct Indemnity Agreement. These are organizations that do not make compensatory payments to victims who have concluded an OSAGO agreement with them. Depending on the nuances, the victim should apply for compensation to the insurer who insured the liability of the perpetrator, or to the PCA.

A detailed procedure for obtaining compensation in each specific case is described on the website of the Union. Here you can also get acquainted with the limits of compensation payments, depending on the date of conclusion of the OSAGO contract of the tortfeasor.

Section on the Green Card. The Green Card is an international vehicle insurance system and a certificate confirming the availability of insured liability to third parties abroad. In the event of an accident, insurance payments will be made by a Russian auto insurer. To date, 48 countries have joined the Green Card, and the functions of the Russian bureau of the system are performed by the RSA.

On the site you can find all the information related to the acquisition and use of the Green Card:

  • Insurance companies selling the card;
  • Documents required for acquisition;
  • Algorithm of actions when getting into an accident in Russia and abroad;
  • Legal acts related to the functioning of the certificate.

Through the “Green Card” section, you can not only get acquainted with frequently asked questions, but also send your question through a special contact form. The response will be sent to the email address specified in the application.

One of the sections of the PCA website is dedicated to the European Protocol, which allows you to independently record the fact of an accident. This is a simplified paperwork, which is carried out without the participation of the police. In the section of the same name, the essence and mechanism of working with the document, its advantages and features are described in great detail. An updated Instruction for filling out the Europrotocol will soon appear in this section, in accordance with the amendments that have come into force in the law “On Compulsory Insurance of Civil Liability of Vehicle Owners”.

In the “Inspection” section, the user will find systematized information regarding this procedure. In the “Register of technical inspection operators” subsection, you can not only get acquainted with the list of operators and inspection points, but also view detailed information about organizations: the number and date of receipt of the certificate, the scope of accreditation and contact information. In the “Accreditation” section, you can get information about the necessary documents and requirements required to obtain the status of an operator or an inspection point. In addition, this section contains thematic legal documents, frequently asked questions and data on trade unions of maintenance operators. Here, RSA publishes up-to-date news and information related to the implementation of the state technical inspection and the work of accredited organizations.

For policyholders (that is, persons who have entered into an insurance contract), the section of the PCA portal – “To help the policyholder” will be especially useful. Here is collected all the information that may be useful to citizens who have concluded an OSAGO agreement:

  • Memo for car owners;
  • Links to useful resources;
  • Standard schemes for registration of traffic accidents for registration of the Europrotocol;
  • Answers to common questions and even a glossary of terms.

Policyholders will also benefit from the functionality of the main page of the PCA website, where the OSAGO Calculator is located. By setting parameters such as the period of use of the vehicle, the term of the contract, the status of the owner, the type of car, etc. you can get an estimated cost of the insurance policy. It also provides information on the application of the bonus-malus coefficient (MBM) when concluding an agreement. This is a coefficient that is calculated based on the number of accidents and insurance payments for the previous period, and affects the final cost of the policy. The portal provides a table, using which users can calculate the coefficient applicable to them.

The site also has a closed part – “Section of insurance stories”, access to which is possible only for registered users. Registration on the portal is not available to everyone, but only to insurers who have sent a completed application of the established form from the official address of the organization. The application is available for download in the same part of the resource.

To communicate with the press, RSA has a press service, a request to which can be sent to a direct email or through the feedback form located on the link “Contacts for the press”. General contacts of the Union are indicated in the section of the same name.

Kindercare long beach: Belmont Shore KinderCare | Daycare, Preschool & Early Education in Long Beach, CA

Опубликовано: October 26, 2023 в 5:26 pm

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Belmont Shore KinderCare | Daycare, Preschool & Early Education in Long Beach, CA

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Welcome to Belmont Shore KinderCare

Welcome to Belmont Shore KinderCare in Long Beach, California! If you’d like to come see our facility for yourself, we are conveniently located off the Pacific Coast Highway! We have a caring staff of teachers who communicate well with children and deliver an excellent curriculum day after day. We build a warm, welcoming, and supportive classroom for children of all abilities, backgrounds, and experiences. We love our circle of families and meeting new friends!

Meet Jennifer Hollandsworth, Our Center Director

Meet Jennifer Hollandsworth! She is the Center Director at Belmont Shore KinderCare in Long Beach, CA. Jennifer attended California State University Sacramento where she earned a Bachelor’s Degree, and Concordia University where she earned a Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Instruction with a focus on Early Education. Jennifer has also earned her Teaching Credential from California State University San Francisco. She joined KinderCare this year, and before that she was a program specialist. Outside of work, Jennifer enjoys gardening, traveling, creating art, going to museums, and spending time with her family. Her favorite quote is, “Play is often talked about as if it were a relief from serious learning. But for children play is serious learning. Play is really the work of childhood.” – Mr. Rogers

  • Belmont Shore KinderCare Programs
  • Our Teachers
  • Family Stories
  • FAQs

AMERICA’S MOST ACCREDITED

We’re so proud!

Nationally only 10% of daycares are accredited – nearly 100% of our learning centers are. That’s a big difference,
and that means KinderCare kids are getting the very best. Here’s why.

SCHOOL-READY

What Learning Looks Like

Our talented early-childhood teachers set kids down the path toward becoming lifelong learners in a positive, safe, and nurturing environment.

Belmont Shore KinderCare Programs

Infant Programs (6 weeks-1 year)

Leaving your baby in someone else’s care is a big step. Everyone at our
centers—most importantly, our naturally gifted infant teachers—will work with
you to make sure the transition goes smoothly. When you step into our infant
classroom, you’ll see how much we want your infant to feel safe, loved, and
ready to explore their world.

Toddler Programs (1-2 Years)

Everything in our toddler classroom is designed for little explorers. That’s
because a lot is going on at this age. When your child is wandering all over the
place, that means they’re learning and discovering new things every day. We’ll
help them explore their interests (and find new ones!) as they play and learn.

Discovery Preschool Programs (2-3 Years)

This age is filled with so much wonder and curiosity. That’s why we offer a ton
of books and toys and bring artwork down to kids eye level. Children in
discovery preschool also begin to learn how we all work together in a
classroom. Simple math and science, pretend play, and group play help them
get used to a more structured school setting.

Preschool Programs (3-4 Years)

This age is all about expression, when kids really start to form their own ideas
about what they want to play and how they want to create. Every day in our
preschool classroom, your child will explore science experiments, create
artwork, and play pretend—all the skills needed for their big next step:
kindergarten!

Prekindergarten Programs (4-5 Years)

When you walk into one of our pre-K classrooms, you’ll see artwork and
writing displayed around the room. Labels are everywhere to help kids connect
letters with words. You’ll also see pictures on the walls that reflect the families
in our community. Your child will also deepen their knowledge in language,
math, science, Spanish, and social skills.

Kindergarten Programs (5-6 Years)

Welcome to kindergarten: the gateway to grade school and everything that
comes next! Offered in select centers, our kindergarten programs have small
class sizes and curriculums that mix learning and fun. The basic building
blocks of reading, writing, math, and science are key in kindergarten, so we
make sure they get lots of practice in all of these areas.

Interactive Kindergarten (5-6 Years)

Kindergarten is a critical year for young learners. Experienced KinderCare teachers will
tap into your child’s natural curiosity to help get them even more prepared for
elementary school. Our engaging lessons make the most of current technology while
offering plenty of hands-on play and exploration.

Participating Child Care Aware Center

KinderCare partners with Child Care Aware® of America to offer fee assistance for
Active Duty military families and flexible support to fit their needs when care at a Child
Development Center on the installation is not available.

Learning Adventures – Enrichment Program

Cooking Academy™ (3-12 Years)

In Cooking Academy, kids learn new recipes from cultures around the world and
develop a healthy relationship with food. They’ll whip up everything from Southwest
rainbow lettuce wraps to pumpkin muffins, building their skills in STEM, communication,
and more along the way. And yes—little chefs get to eat their culinary creations!

Music Explorers™ (2-4 Years)

KinderCare families are already giving a standing ovation to our newest Learning
Adventures program: Music Explorers! Kids will learn to sing, move, listen, play
instruments, and even create their own tunes. Our original curriculum blends math,
science, social studies, literacy, and mindfulness (think yoga!) for a uniquely KinderCare
way of learning the foundations of music.

Phonics Adventures® (2-4 Years)

Learning how to read is a whole lot of fun at KinderCare! We help kids grow to love
books and words (and get ready for kindergarten) in our Phonics Adventures program.
From discovering the basics of vowels to practicing poetry, kids learn all about letters
and sounds in small-group lessons made just for their age group. (Bonus: Kids who
attend our phonics program are more prepared than their peers for school—and we
have the data to prove it.)

Spanish

Spanish Adventures provides young learners with a foundation for later success with
the Spanish language. Music, games, children’s Spanish literature, and other tools give
children multiple opportunities to hear, practice, and see Spanish language to develop
vocabulary and conversation skills. Curriculum includes lessons on greetings, numbers,
colors, animals, family, body parts, and pets, as well as how to engage conversationally
during common scenarios at home, a restaurant, or at the zoo.

Our Teachers

We’re the only company in early childhood education to select teachers based on natural talent. Being a great educator isn’t enough though.
KinderCare teachers are also amazing listeners, nurturers, boo-boo fixers, and smile-makers. Put more simply,
we love our teachers and your child will, too.

Meet just a few of our amazing KinderCare teachers!

A KINDERCARE TEACHER WITH

An Artist’s Heart

“My classroom is full of art!” says Mary Annthipie-Bane, an award-winning early childhood educator at KinderCare. Art and creative expression, she says, help children discover who they really are.

We put our best-in-class teachers in a best-in-class workplace. We’re so proud to have been named one of Gallup’s 37 winners of the Great Workplace Award.
When you put great teachers in an engaging center, your children will experience
an amazing place to learn and grow.

Family Stories

Don’t take our word for it. Hear what our families have to say about our amazing center!


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Who Are KinderCare Families?

They hail from hundreds of cities across the country from countless backgrounds, and proudly represent every walk in life. What our families have in common,
though, is the want to give their children the best start in life. We are so proud to be their partner in parenting.

Hear from just a few of our amazing KinderCare families.

A Globe-Trotting Family Finds A

Home in Houston

Four young children, four different passports, two languages, two full-time jobs…oh, and a few triathlons thrown in for good measure.
Meet the globe-trotting Colettas—a family on the go.

Frequently Asked Questions

What accreditations does KinderCare have?

We are your trusted caregiver. Our centers are state-licensed and regularly inspected to make sure everything meets or exceeds standards, including child-to-teacher ratios and safe facilities. Our centers aren’t just licensed—most are accredited, too! Find out more.

Do you offer part-time schedules at Belmont Shore KinderCare?

Everybody’s schedule is different. We’re happy to offer quality, affordable part-time and full-time childcare. Drop-in care may also be available. Reach out to your Center Director to learn more.

How does naptime work at Belmont Shore KinderCare?

Our teachers meet every child’s needs during naptime. Our teachers know how to get babies to nap. In fact, they are pros at getting children of any age to nap. Visit our article on “10 Ways We Help Kids Get a Great Daycare Nap” to learn more.

Do you support alternative diets?

We strive to be as inclusive as possible. To that point, we provide a vegetarian option at mealtime, take care to not serve common allergens and can adapt menus based on your child’s food sensitivities. If your child has additional needs, we’ll work with you to figure out a plan.

Are meals included in tuition? Can I choose to send my child with lunch?

We provide nutritious meals and snacks developed by a registered dietician to meet the needs of rapidly growing bodies and minds. If your child has special dietary requirements and you would prefer to bring in their lunch, please make arrangements with the center director.

Does my child need to be potty-trained?

Every child begins toilet learning at a different age. Until your child shows an interest in toilet learning, we’ll provide diaper changes on an as-needed basis. When your child shows an interest, we’ll discuss how to work together to encourage toilet learning.

Daycares & Child Care Centers in Long Beach, CA

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We welcome you and your little one to our Long Beach daycares.

KinderCare partners with families in Long Beach, CA to provide high-quality daycare at an affordable cost. Our approach is designed to inspire a love of learning in your child, creating a safe and supportive environment where they can build Confidence for Life. KinderCare teachers give children the freedom to be themselves, explore, and make friends.

Find one of our child care centers at a location near you!

Whether you are looking for part-time or full-time child care, KinderCare offers an affordable option with plenty of fun and learning. Currently we have 8 daycares & child care centers in or nearby Long Beach which can be found just below.

8 Daycares & Child Care Centers in
Long Beach,
CA

  1. 1. Belmont Shore KinderCare

    3.5 miles Away:
    5251 E Las Lomas St,
    Long Beach,
    CA
    90815
    Ages:
    6 weeks to 5 years
    Open:

    TUITION & OPENINGS

    (562) 961-8882

  2. 2. Harbor-UCLA KinderCare

    7. 4 miles Away:
    975 W Carson St,
    Torrance,
    CA
    90502
    Ages:
    6 weeks to 5 years
    Open:

    TUITION & OPENINGS

    (310) 222-4274

  3. 3. Greenwood Avenue KinderCare

    9.5 miles Away:
    1520 Greenwood Ave,
    Torrance,
    CA
    90503
    Ages:
    6 weeks to 5 years
    Open:

    TUITION & OPENINGS

    (310) 320-4429

  4. 4.

    Cerritos KinderCare

    10.5 miles Away:
    18727 Carmenita Rd,
    Cerritos,
    CA
    90703
    Ages:
    2 months to 6 years
    Open:

    TUITION & OPENINGS

    (562) 924-8718

  5. 5. Rancho Los Amigos KinderCare

    11.0 miles Away:
    7755 Golondrinas St,
    Downey,
    CA
    90242
    Ages:
    6 weeks to 5 years
    Open:

    TUITION & OPENINGS

    (562) 385-7981

  6. 6.

    MLK Jr Learning Center

    11.2 miles Away:
    12029 S. Wilmington Ave,
    Los Angeles,
    CA
    90059
    Ages:
    6 weeks to 6 years
    Open:

    TUITION & OPENINGS

    (424) 338-1980

  7. 7. Fountain Valley KinderCare

    14.0 miles Away:
    9945 Slater Ave,
    Fountain Valley,
    CA
    92708
    Ages:
    6 weeks to 12 years
    Open:

    TUITION & OPENINGS

    (714) 968-4451

  8. 8.

    Buena Park KinderCare

    14.5 miles Away:
    4601 Beach Blvd,
    Buena Park,
    CA
    90621
    Ages:
    6 weeks to 12 years
    Open:

    TUITION & OPENINGS

    (714) 994-5610

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Frequently Asked Questions about Daycare

How many KinderCare daycares are there in Long Beach

There are 8 KinderCare daycare centers within 15 miles of Long Beach.

What types of daycare programs are offered in Long Beach?

We have a wide range of programs available in Long Beach, including full-time and part time daycare for infants and toddlers.

How do I select the right daycare for my child?

When it comes to selecting the best daycare center that will promote your child’s growth and the well-being of your family, the process may appear daunting. We are here to offer guidance and simplify the decision-making process for you. To see our list of the top 6 factors to keep in mind as you look for the perfect daycare center, please click here.

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Narva-Jõesuu is a popular Estonian resort. // Irina Tokareva

The Estonian resort town of Narva-Jõesuu may open a summer kindergarten for children of foreign tourists. The city administration submitted a corresponding request to the legal chancellor.

Traveling children can be taken to the local Chamomile (Karikakar) kindergarten, which is responsible to the city. After the admission of children living in the served territory is completed, children from any other regions can be taken to vacant places, reports Regnum.

Narva-Jõesuu is a resort in the north-east of Estonia in the county of Ida-Virumaa. Here is the longest beach on the coast of the country. In summer, many foreigners come here, including for a long vacation. Especially high growth in tourist flow was noted from Russia – more than 30% annually. Russians from time to time are interested in the possibility of sending their children to kindergarten, and the authorities decided to meet these wishes. However, this idea must be approved by the state authorities.

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Long Beach (Kusadasi, Turkey) – author’s review, opening hours, prices, photos From the southern border of the resort to the Dilek National Park, a flat sandy strip 15 km long stretches – this is a favorite vacation spot for those who dream of basking by the sea all day long.

Whether the Long Beach is suitable for families with children, read the Kid Passage article.

Contents

  1. Description of Long Beach in Turkey
  2. Beach features
  3. Sea and water temperature
  4. Infrastructure and security
  5. Entertainment on and near the beach
  6. Attractions nearby
  7. Family hotels

Description of the beach

Tourists disagree on what exactly to consider as Long Beach in Kusadasi. Some people call the entire coast to the Dilek peninsula so, others call it only the near part of it, about 4 km long. The second option is perhaps more accurate, since both the nature of the coast and the infrastructure change further. In this article, we will describe a site located within the boundaries of the village of Karaova.

The nearest part of the Long Beach to Kusadasi can be reached by dolmush in half an hour. The road, turning briefly towards the sea, leaves the coast, leaving room for hotels, restaurants and shops.

The shore here is quite spacious (and then it becomes generally very wide). It is covered with fine sand of an elusive shade – the sand sometimes seems golden, then it gleams with silver. The bottom is also sandy, gently sloping, the depth increases gradually. When entering the water, stones are sometimes encountered, so it is recommended to wear safety shoes here.

The sea is usually calm in the morning, a little rough in the afternoon. In the second half of summer and autumn, algae are washed ashore. In some places they are stale, but near the hotels they are trying to clean them regularly. The public beach here is small, mostly hotels and restaurants are improving the coast.

The beaches of several hotels are especially good – for cleanliness, safety and thoughtful infrastructure, they are marked with a “blue flag”.

Hotels are mainly concentrated in the northern part of Long Beach. This is the most comfortable, but also the most crowded place. The farther towards the Dilek Peninsula, the more modest the infrastructure and the fewer vacationers.

Long Beach main features

Beach type Sand
Water inlet Gentle
Beach length 4 km
Beach width Medium
Workload Medium

Beach Features

In Turkey, all beaches are considered municipal and free, although everywhere there may be paid services, such as renting sunbeds. On the Long Beach of Kusadasi, entrance to the sections of some hotels is paid, but this price already includes the rental of sunbeds.

Many tourists prefer to pay an entrance fee and relax in comfort. On the public beach, the sunbeds are more modest, and the sand can hardly be called clean. In addition, according to travelers, the water on this beach is slightly colder than on the city beaches of Kusadasi.

Sea and water temperature

The weather in the resorts of the Aegean Sea is not at all the same. If in Marmaris and Bodrum summer comes only in mid-May, then in Kusadasi you can sunbathe already on the May holidays. From the first days of May the air temperature rises above +25°С. The sea is still cool, only +19-22°C, but at the end of May the water warms up to +22°C.

So that children can sunbathe and swim, it is worth coming to Kusadasi in the second half of June. The air temperature at this time does not fall below +30°C, but the sea warms up to +24-25°C.

In July and August the heat in the resort is too strong, thermometers now and then show +33-37°C. At the same time, the water temperature almost does not change: usually it is + 25 ° C and only occasionally rises to + 26-27 ° C.

September is still hot, although temperatures of +28-30°C already seem to be acceptable. To catch the warm sea, it is advisable to come at the beginning of autumn – then the water temperature is + 25 ° C, and then drops to + 22-23 ° C.

Rains are possible closer to October. Due to unpredictable weather, few decide to relax at the resort in October, although sunny and warm days are often in mid-autumn.

Infrastructure, food and security

How comfortable you will be on Long Beach depends on which part of it you stay. The beaches of hotels and some restaurants are equipped with everything you need – sun loungers, umbrellas, changing cabins, showers with fresh water, toilets. On the shore there are posts of the rescue service, which operates from the end of May to the end of September.

The best proof that your comfort and safety is properly taken care of is a blue flag. The choice of catering establishments is relatively small, restaurants predominate. Tourists note a rich menu, delicious seafood dishes, a cozy atmosphere, but the prices are called somewhat overpriced.

Most restaurants open between 8:00-9:00 and offer a breakfast menu. There are several supermarkets and grocery stores near the shore.

Long Beach Facilities

  • Sunbeds
  • Umbrellas
  • Changing rooms
  • Showers
  • Toilets
  • Restaurants
  • Shops

Entertainment on and near the beach

Are there popular beaches in Turkey without bananas and jet skis? If there is, then Long Beach in Kusadasi is not one of them. Here you can always hear the squeal of those who are rushing through the waves on a “banana”, someone is slowly pedaling on a catamaran, and the most daring soar above the water under a parachute dome.

First line hotel guests often relax near the pools. On the territory of the “four” Ephesia Holiday Beach Club there is a water park with 6 slides, a paddling pool and a water children’s town. Another water park, Tortuga Pirate Island Theme & Water Park, is part of the Atlantique Holiday Club. It has 14 slides, 8 pools, a children’s play pool and a Lazy River.

Beach fun

  • Banana
  • Catamarans
  • Jet skis
  • Paragliding
  • Beach volleyball court
  • Water parks in hotels

Attractions nearby

For those who love outdoor recreation, we advise you to drive to the Dilek National Park, located in the south of the Long Beach. Tourist routes pass through the mountains, but these mountains are low, overgrown with forests. It is advisable to take water and a snack with you, since there are no catering establishments in the park.

There is a botanical garden in the village of Davutlar, which is also adjacent to the Long Beach. This is primarily a fruit nursery where you can buy seedlings of fruit trees and ornamental plants. But the garden also serves as a place for walking and relaxing – it is interesting for children to see how olives, tangerines, almonds grow. The garden has a café and a children’s playground. The store, among other things, sells dried herbs, hot pepper pods, dried fruits.

Family hotels

You can come to Long Beach from Kusadasi, or you can stay in one of the hotels on the first coastline. Several “fours” in the northern part of the beach are suitable for families with children. The list of their services includes family rooms, a children’s pool, a playground, a mini club, a children’s menu in the restaurant.

Celeste daycare: Celeste Learning Center | ALLENTOWN PA Child Care Center

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Celeste Learning Center | ALLENTOWN PA Child Care Center

2020-09-21 NS- Unannounced Monitoring 3270.166(4) – Bottles labeled Compliant – Finalized

Noncompliance Area: In the infant room, there was one infant bottle that was not labeled with the child’s name.

Correction Required: Disposable nursers and bottles shall be labeled with the child’s name.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
All infant bottles were immediately labeled with the child’s name.
2020-08-27 Unannounced Monitoring 3270.21 – General Health and Safety Needs Verification

Noncompliance Area: During a complaint investigation, video was observed, which had staff 1 in it. During the video, which was 17:33 long, staff 1 was not wearing a mask.

Correction Required: Conditions at the facility may not pose a threat to the health or safety of the children. Staff are required to wear a mask at all times while providing child care to reduce the risk of spreading the virus/Covid-19

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
Due to COVID-19 Celeste Learning Center has a policy in place that all employees must use a mask at all times. However, on the date in question, the staff member observed in the recording was working with a difficult student that ripped the staff members mask off her face. The staff member was calling the main office requesting a replacement. Moving forward additional masks will be placed in all classrooms throughout the facility. All staff will wear masks all the time except when they are eating.
2020-03-09 Unannounced Monitoring 3270.192(5) – Two written references Compliant – Finalized

Noncompliance Area: Staff 1 only had one letter of reference that was non-family. The other letter of reference that was on file was from a family member.

Correction Required: A facility person’s record shall include two written, nonfamily references from individuals attesting to the person’s suitability to serve as a facility person

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
In the future nofamily references will be accepted
2020-02-12 Unannounced Monitoring 3270.133(7) – Medication log Compliant – Finalized

Noncompliance Area: There was one child that was given medication daily at the facility. The facility had appropriate doctor notes on file but did not have medication logs on file for the child and his medication.

Correction Required: An operator is responsible to establish and maintain a medication log if prescription or nonprescription medication is administered.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
Medication log will maintain in the any child’s file for medication is administered
2020-02-12 Unannounced Monitoring 3270.66(a) – Locked or inaccessible Compliant – Finalized

Noncompliance Area: There were toxics in an unlocked closet in the second floor bathroom. The toxics were bathroom cleaner, glass cleaner and stainless steel cleaner and polish.

Correction Required: Cleaning materials and other toxic materials shall be kept in an area or container that is locked or made inaccessible to children.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
The toxic cleanning supplies will be kept in a locked closet at all times
2019-11-18 Complaints- Legal Location 3270. 21/3270.124(c) – General Health and Safety/Each child care space Compliant – Finalized

Noncompliance Area: During a complaint investigation, it was determined that staff 1 was holding hot soup and child 1 reached up and tugged on the staff’s arm. As a result, the soup spilled onto child 1, burning her. The hot soup was within the child care space and caused interference with the health and safety of the children. Staff 2 also stated that she had to leave the child care area to obtain the emergency contact information for child 1. As a result, the emergency contact information was not the in the child care space.

Correction Required: Conditions at the facility may not pose a threat to the health or safety of the children. When children are in the facility, emergency contact information shall be present in a child care space for children receiving care in the space.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information. )
All hot food/ beverages will be at a safe temperature before brought to the classrooms. All classrooms have emergency contact however all staff will know where each classroom emergency contact books are located in the class..
2019-10-18 Unannounced Monitoring 3270.113(a)(1) – Staff assigned to specific children Compliant – Finalized

Noncompliance Area: Staff 1 and 2 did not know the names of all the children in their groups. Staff 1 and 2 thought there were 18 children in their class, while there was actually only 17.

Correction Required: Each staff person shall be assigned the responsibility for supervision of specific children. The staff person shall know the names and whereabouts of the children in his assigned group. The staff person shall be physically present with the children in his group on the facility premises and on facility excursions off the facility premises.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
Id card had been implement using that if a child if moved to another teacher it will be handle to the teacher for the teacher be familiar with name and birthdate.
2019-10-18 Unannounced Monitoring 3270.123(a)(1)/3270.123(a)(2) – Amount of fee/Date fee to be paid Compliant – Finalized

Noncompliance Area: Child 1 had a blank fee agreement on file. The agreement did not have the amount to be charged or the date on which the fee shall be paid.

Correction Required: An agreement shall specify the amount of the fee to be charged per day or per week. An agreement shall specify the date on which the fee is to be paid.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information. )
All children’s file had been reviewed using child record worksheets to assure that each file contains all information needed.
2019-10-18 Unannounced Monitoring 3270.123(a)(4) – Arrival/departure times Compliant – Finalized

Noncompliance Area: Child 1 had a blank fee agreement on file, including the child’s arrival and departure time.

Correction Required: An agreement shall specify the child’s arrival and departure times.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
Children file had been reviewed using child record worksheet to assure that each file contain all information needed.
2019-10-18 Unannounced Monitoring 3270.123(a)(6) – Admission date Compliant – Finalized

Noncompliance Area: Child 1 had a blank fee agreement on file. The fee agreement did not have the child’s date of admission on file.

Correction Required: An agreement shall specify the date of the child’s admission.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
Children file had been reviewed using child record worksheet to assure that each file contain all information needed.
2019-10-18 Unannounced Monitoring 3270.27(c) – Training regarding plan Compliant – Finalized

Noncompliance Area: Staff 4, whose start date in child care is 7/12/2019, did not have emergency plan training on file.

Correction Required: The operator shall assure that each facility person receives training regarding the emergency plan at the time of initial employment, on an annual basis and at the time of each plan update. The operator shall document the date of each training and the names of all facility persons who received the training and kept on file at the facility.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
All staff file was reviewed using staff data worksheet. I assure that all information required is found in the staff file.
2019-10-18 Unannounced Monitoring 3270.31(e)(4)(ii) – Fire safety – 1 yr. Compliant – Finalized

Noncompliance Area: Staff 3 had outdated fire safety training. The date of her last fire safety training was 4/18/2018.

Correction Required: Staff persons shall participate, at least annually, in firesafety training conducted by a fire protection professional. Staff persons and volunteers shall receive training in maintenance of smoke detectors, the duties of facility persons during a fire drill and during a fire and the use of the facility’s fire extinguishers, not including discharge of the fire suppressant agent.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
She is scheduled to take the fire safety training on 11/13/2019.
2019-10-18 Unannounced Monitoring 3270.76 – Building Surfaces Compliant – Finalized

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Noncompliance Area: A light fixture in the upstairs hallway had a plastic cover hanging down from it.

Correction Required: Floors, walls, ceilings and other surfaces, including the facility’s outdoor play space surfaces shall be kept clean, in good repair and free from visible hazards.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information. )
The light fixture was immediately fixed.
2019-09-26 Unannounced Monitoring 3270.131(a)/3270.181(c) – Within 60 days/Emergency info/agreement updated 6 mos Compliant – Finalized

Noncompliance Area: During a complaint investigation on 9/26/2019, certification representative requested the file of child 1. It was found that child one did not have his fee agreement or emergency form signed by his family. Child 1 also did not have a health assessment on file. He was past his 60 days from the first day of attendance.

Correction Required: The operator shall require the parent of an enrolled child, including a child, a foster child and a relative of an operator or a facility person, to provide an initial health report no later than 60 days following the first day of attendance at the facility.A parent is required to review and update the emergency contact information and the financial agreement at least once in a 6-month period or as soon as there is a change in the information.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
All child’s file is going to be review to make sure they are completed and updated.
2019-08-16 NS- Unannounced Monitoring 3270.111(c) – Promote development Compliant – Finalized

Noncompliance Area: During the unannounced visit, certification representatives arrived at 8:00a.m. It was observed that there was lack of structure throughout the facility. Every classroom was engaged in extensive free play. In the toddler room, there were children climbing on tables and shelves which did not promote development of skills, social competence and self-esteem.

Correction Required: Daily activities shall promote the development of skills, social competence and self-esteem. Daily experiences shall recognize the child as an individual and give some choice of activities that respect personal privacy, lifestyle and cultural background.

Provider Response: (Contact the State Licensing Office for more information.)
Our daily routine start with breakfast at 8:00am It should be until 8:30am. You had came to made visits at another diference time and had observed that our facility promote te development of skills, special competence and self-esteem that all child deserve. However, we are working on to improve the breakfast time by hiring two more assistant to help by this period

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non-tourist pearl of Alsace: kolllak — LiveJournal

After the Obernai, I went to Celeste – another wonderful Alsatian town with a bunch of half-timbered houses and ancient cathedrals, the city is glorified by Erasmus of Rotterdam and is the birthplace of the Christmas tree. In addition, geographically Celeste is the very center of Alsace, but for all that, for some reason, tourists usually skip past this interesting city.

Celeste is very conveniently located between the tourist Strasbourg and Colmar. Getting to Celeste is extremely easy, from Colmar about ten minutes by train, from Strasbourg a little longer, about twenty minutes. The only negative is that the city is located a little away from the Alsace Wine Road, which is probably why tourists drop in less often than in the hyped Riquewihr and Ribeauville, yes, and the tiny Obernay seemed to me a more touristy place.

For the few tourists in Celeste, an ingenious thing has been done, a sightseeing route has been laid right along the city sidewalks. The direction of movement and interesting points are marked with signs embedded in asphalt or tiles. I saw a similar approach in Dijon with its owl signs, I wrote about it in this report. The official route stretches for about three kilometers, i. e. somewhere in an hour of time it is really bypassed. Very convenient, well done!

See the picture below for this route, I will use its numerical designations when describing sights. Our walk with a friend was somewhat different from the official path, you can see it at the link on Google maps, we spent an hour and a half on the city. Perhaps it was too little, Celeste deserves to spend half a day here, the city is interesting. But we had absolutely nothing, we arrived in the city already at four o’clock, and the November day is very short, in fact, it was already starting to get dark.

The first thing a tourist who gets off the train at Celeste station sees is a huge water tower. The French, with the pathos characteristic of Italians, call it the Castle of Water (Château d’eau).

An interesting fact, the roof of the tower served as an arena for the “bird war”, when the Germans captured Alsace, they installed their imperial eagle on the roof, when the region passed to the French, they put a giant rooster on the roof. Now all this is the European Union, apparently, so the roof is empty.

From the train station to the center of Celeste, about ten minutes on foot.

The second sight on our way is the Synagogue (8). The building of the late 19th century did not interest me, but the area around the synagogue is very picturesque.

Before a walk along the Celeste, we stopped at the High Koenigsburg castle. I’ll tell you more about him a little later. So, there we had lunch in a castle restaurant, and my friend decided to try choukrut too. But, apparently, the main ingredient of sauerkraut in the form of sauerkraut did not have the most pleasant effect on him, after about fifteen minutes of walking along the Celeste, a friend, in his own words, “broke off the bottom.”

Luckily, there was a working cafe nearby. So you be careful out there, don’t mess with the chookout.

While my friend was doing his dark deeds, I walked along the streets away from the center.

It turned out that even outside the tourist route, Celeste looks very colorful.

So let’s move on. This nondescript fountain in the form of a Christmas tree seems to hint to us that we are in the homeland … of the Christmas tree. “Why on earth?” asks the skeptical reader. “What will they not come up with to lure fools-tourists!”. And it will be wrong, this fact is documented. In the local chronicle for 1521 there is an entry, something like “a forester was sent to the forest to watch the Christmas trees.” This is, for a moment, the earliest written mention of the tradition of putting up a tree at Christmas. Celeste is the birthplace of the Christmas tree, folks.

Celeste’s symbol is the New Tower. Once there was a city wall and the tower had a defensive function. I recommend to come closer and look at the frescoes decorating the tower. From this side, the scene of the Crucifixion is visible, from the side of the Knight’s Street there is an interesting fresco depicting all Celeste’s craftsmen, except for this, there is a clock on the tower, the mechanism for them was made by the same master as for the clock in Strasbourg Cathedral.

The stork, the symbol of Alsace, brought someone a present, hehe.

But here, on the contrary, a cunning stork is trying to steal a baguette from a heifer wearing a national Alsatian headdress. Judging by its black color – a Protestant girl.

Fachwerk is smaller in percentage terms with a different architecture compared to Obernai, but also enough.

River Ill, if you swim along it, you will find yourself in Starsburg. This is the same river that flows through Petite France. In Celeste, it has a stormy current, so a gate for kayakers was installed here.

Modern architecture on the banks of the Ille is the Mediothek building (11), which spectacularly reflects the buildings of the Old Port. By the way, after a successful training in Celeste, the author of the building was entrusted with the design of the Museum of Europe and the Mediterranean in Marseille.

Here it was possible to turn right and reach the Vauban bastions (10), but we decided not to make a detour, especially since the fortifications did not look very interesting in the pictures.

But we managed to admire the buildings of the Old Port (12) in the rays of sunset. In the Middle Ages, Celeste was a significant river port, which was located just at this place. From those times there was a tower now built into the wall of the house.

Before we walked around the Celeste along its ancient walls, but now it’s time to go deeper into the Old City.

By the way, here is an example of a plate for tourists with the number of the attraction, and those who have good eyesight will notice metal arrows embedded in the asphalt on the left.

So, the sign says that we are entering the Kozhevnikov Quarter (13).

On the left is a typical tanner’s house with a high pointed roof. Leather was hung under the roof to dry, so there had to be excellent ventilation and plenty of space.

Isn’t it an ominous building with curule chairs on the façade?

And all because the terrible Stadtthier (city creature) lived in its vicinity in the Middle Ages. The monster liked to attack late travelers in this passage at night. Therefore, the city authorities decided to build a small altar into the wall (on the left), after which the creature disappeared.

Celeste is beautiful and deserted.

Provinciality and rushing in these quarters of Celeste. Linen hanging from the windows, shabby walls, flocks of children playing unattended in every street. There’s something Italian about it, isn’t it?

The guide recommends not to miss the picturesque streets of Rue des Oies and rue des Veaux (14). And pay attention to the column. In Celeste, there were 16 public wells before the water supply was launched, but the water from the well on Oi Street (pictured below) was considered the most delicious and even sweet.

All the houses here are half-timbered, but in the 18th century, living in a wooden house began to be considered a sign of the poor, so the walls began to be plastered to make it seem that the house was completely made of stone.

I will talk about Celeste’s cathedrals in the next part. I will only note that Celeste is unique, because there is a Romanesque cathedral here!

Kote with all his appearance will express complete contempt for tourists with their iPhone photos. By the way, how many cats are in the picture?

At the end of the street you can see the Witch Tower (16). In the Middle Ages, it was part of the city fortifications, it is interesting that all the remaining narrow loopholes-slots were clearly made for archers. At a later time in the 17th century. the tower served as a place of imprisonment for women who were accused of having links with the “hellish soton”, hence the modern name came from. Now storks live on the roof of the tower, or rather, I saw their nest, but I didn’t notice the birds themselves.

Behind the wall is the Dahlia Garden (Jardin du Dahlia). More than half a million of these flowers are grown annually in Celeste. It is interesting that initially, when only dahlias were brought here from Mexico, they were grown for the sake of edible buds. The Dahlia Garden (15) in November, of course, did not work, but if you get to Celeste in August or a little earlier, then the guidebook strongly recommends stopping by here. In general, Celeste is considered a city of flowers; the Festival of Flowers (Corso Fleuri) is held here every year.

In less than half an hour, I literally fell in love with Celeste. Everything here is so natural and simple, not like in the beautiful but too glossy Auburn, where I was a guest this morning.

No, how is it, to take and easily put the cars in the gallery, which is probably at least three hundred years old.

Eh, you have no idea how many photos I took of half-timbered Celeste, but this time I decided to control myself and cleaned the report as much as possible from unnecessary pictures. And you still have to break the report into two parts, so in the next series the central part of the Old City of Celeste with cathedrals and humanists.

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Pressure mmHg hPa

744992

743990

743990

745993

744992

743990 90 003

742989

742989

Relative humidity, %

82

82

77

58

900 02 52

47

51

69

UV index, points

Geomagnetic activity, Kp-index

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Sun and Moon

Thu, July 27, today

Day length: 15 h 16 min 90 003

Sunrise – 5:58

Sunset – 21:00 14

Today is 2 minutes shorter than yesterday

The moon is growing, 65%

Sunrise – 15:01 (July 26)

Sunset – 0:38

Full moon – August 1, in 5 days 9000 3

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