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Country Club Early Care and Learning Center

  • 2448 Country Club Blvd., Stockton, 95204

  • (209) 463-3454

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  • 7:30 am – 5:30 pm


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Tam O’Shanter Early Care and Learning Center

  • 7505 Tam O’Shanter Drive, Stockton, 95210

  • (209) 956-1683 / (209) 956-3740

  • (209) 478-5968

  • 7:00 am – 5:30 pm


Creative Kids Early Care and Learning Center

  • 115 S. Powers Avenue, Manteca, 95336

  • (209) 825-5437

  • (209) 239-2247

  • 7:00 am – 5:30 pm


Don Avenue Early Care and Learning Center

  • 8121 Don Avenue, Stockton, 95209

  • (209) 951-5201

  • (209) 951-5376

  • 7:30 am – 5:30 pm


Michigan Early Care and Learning Center

  • 3156 Michigan Avenue, Stockton, 95204

  • (209) 462-2868

  • (209) 937-0848

  • 8:30 am – 2:30 pm


Oro Early Care and Learning Center

  • 1565 S. Oro Avenue, Stockton, 95215

  • (209) 547-1882

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  • 7:30 am – 5:30 pm


Grigsby Early Care and Learning Center

  • 6600 Grigsby Place, Stockton, 95219

  • (209) 952-9334

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  • 7:30 am – 5:30 pm


Hutchins Early Care and Learning Center

  • 701 S. Hutchins Street, Lodi, 95240

  • (209) 922-6897

  • (209) 367-8538

  • 7:30 am – 5:30 pm


Ruthie Keener Early Care and Learning Center

  • 1105 N. Sacramento Street, Stockton, 95202

  • (209) 939-9270

  • (209) 939-9272

  • 7:30 am – 5:30 pm


4th Street Early Care and Learning Center

  • 236 W. 4th Street, Stockton, 95206

  • (209) 851-8222

  • (209) 851-8006

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Great Valley 51

  • 4223 McDougald Blvd, Stockton, 95206

  • (209) 938-6300 (ext: 53251)

  • 8:00 am – 11:00 am

  • 12:30 pm – 3:30 pm

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Great Valley 52

  • 4223 McDougald Blvd, Stockton, 95206

  • (209) 938-6300 (ext: 53253)

  • 8:00 am – 11:00 am

  • 12:30 pm – 3:30 pm

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Joseph Widmer

  • 751 Stonebridge Lane, Lathrop, 95330

  • (209) 938-6334

  • 8:15 am – 11:15 am

  • 12:30 pm – 3:30 pm

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Joshua Cowell

  • 740 Pestana Avenue, Manteca, 95336

  • (209) 825-8314

  • 8:15 am – 11:15 am

  • 12:30 pm – 3:30 pm

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  • 165 S. Powers Avenue, Manteca, 95336

  • (209) 825-8300

  • 8:00 am – 11:00 am

  • 12:30 pm – 3:30 pm

Tam O’shanter Early Care And Learning Center

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Description: Head Start and Early Head Start are federally funded comprehensive child development programs, provided at no cost to participants, which have served low-income children and their families for more than forty years. Head Start serves children from age three until they are kindergarten eligible. Early Head Start serves pregnant women, infants and toddlers up to age three.

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How can a man go on parental leave? / News / DETSKYVOPROS.


Source: Olga Ignatova, Rossiyskaya Gazeta – Nedelya No. 278(8332), photo:

Most men still refuse to take parental leave instead of their wives. However, there are more fathers “on maternity leave”, it turned out during a survey conducted by the job search service “Superjob”.

27% of Russian men, according to surveys, are ready to take a vacation and look after their baby. Photo: kinopoisk.ru27% of Russian men, according to polls, are ready to take a vacation and sit with their baby. Photo: kinopoisk.ru27% of Russian men, according to polls, are ready to take a vacation and sit with their baby. Photo:

Thus, 35% of working men who are married completely exclude the possibility of going on parental leave instead of their wife. 26% of men would rather not agree to such a vacation. Allows the possibility of going “on maternity leave” instead of a wife every seventh (12%). 27% of respondents say they are ready to sit with the baby.

At the same time, according to the Social Insurance Fund, more than 13,000 parental leaves are issued by men annually in Russia. And for women, for comparison, almost 700 thousand vacations.

Work will wait

Parental leave can be used in full or in parts not only by the mother, but also by the child’s father, grandmother, grandfather, other relative or guardian who actually cares for the child, Rossiyskaya Gazeta-Nedelya was told “in the Ministry of Labor. Like a woman, they can also be on such leave for three years.

For the period of parental leave, the employee retains his/her place of work (position). Childcare leave is counted towards the length of service, as well as the length of service in the specialty (with the exception of cases of early assignment of an old-age insurance pension).

Parental allowance will be paid until the child is 1.5 years old. The minimum allowance for caring for a child up to 1.5 years is 6,752 rubles per month. The maximum amount should not exceed 27,984 rubles (40% of wages).

Fathers on parental leave, like mothers, may work part-time, or part-time, or at home, while retaining the right to receive benefits and receive wages for the hours worked or for the amount of work performed (for home). The employer is obliged to provide an employee who has a child with unpaid leave (vacation at his own expense) for up to 5 calendar days.

Vacation – outside the plan

Also, an employee who has become a father has the right to take annual paid leave outside the vacation schedule. At the request of this employee, annual leave is granted to him during the period when his wife is on maternity leave, regardless of the time of his continuous work with this employer.

In addition to parental leave, mothers are also granted “maternity leave” – ​​maternity leave. It lasts from 140 to 194 days, depending on the characteristics of pregnancy and childbirth. Naturally, only the expectant mother can take this vacation.

And the experience goes on…

When a person is on parental leave, contributions to the Pension Fund of the Russian Federation are paid for him. Thus, time spent on maternity leave is not considered lost for future retirement. First, the length of service increases. Secondly, points are added to the individual account of the future pensioner – 1.8 pension coefficients per year.

Expert’s opinion

According to Vice-Rector of the Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation Alexander Safonov, in Russia, as a rule, men who earn less than their wives go on maternity leave. But this is a rare occurrence, because in our country, firstly, men are paid on average a third more. Secondly, men are more “sharpened” for building a career. Thirdly, we have a lot of “male” types of work. For example, a miner: his wife will not go to the mine instead of him.

How to apply for parental leave

To apply for parental leave, you must submit an application and a child’s birth certificate to your employer.

If the grandparents work, the same rules apply to them as to the mother of the baby. For the period of vacation, either of them for a period of one and a half years will be entitled to an allowance of 40 percent of the average income for the two years preceding the year before the vacation. To apply for benefits at the place of work, you must provide the following package of documents: application for leave, birth certificate of the child.

If the grandparents worked in another place during the two years preceding the vacation, you will need to provide a certificate of income received there.


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In one of the poems The great Scottish poet Robert Burns tells how the farmer Tam O Shanter from the outskirts of the town of Eyre, after walking in a pub, returned home and on the way looked into the ruined church in the village of Alloway. There he saw a coven of evil spirits. Coffins were flung open, and skeletons with jingling shackles on their hands and feet came out of them. These were the corpses of executed robbers and parricides. Enticed by the beauty of the young witch, Tam called out to her. It shouldn’t have been done. The evil spirit followed him. The witch clung to the tail of his old mare Meg and was already approaching the rider. He was saved by the bridge over the Dun River, which he managed to cross, leaving the tail of a horse in the witch’s hand. Witches are known to be unable to cross flowing water.

The subject of this Burns poem is beautifully displayed in the Burns Museum in Alloway in the form of stone carved miniatures. I was there with a group of writers, philologists, translators, museum and library workers who gathered in the Scottish town of Moffat for a conference dedicated to L.N. Tolstoy – “Tolstoy’s Universe”. It is dedicated to the Year of Literature in Russia and is part of the program to promote the Russian language and literature.

The conference discusses the role of English and American literature in Tolstoy’s life, issues of ethics and aesthetics, the metaphor of space in his work, the writer’s “departure” from Yasnaya Polyana, the reasons for the worldwide popularity of the novel “Anna Karenina”, which was written exactly 140 years ago , the topic “Tolstoy and pacifism” and other issues.

There are also exhibitions “Tolstoy in the work of contemporary Russian artists: “War and Peace” by Alexander Melikhov. Graphics”; “Anna Karenina” by Yuri Kosagovsky. Painting” and “The Immortal Attractiveness of the Novel Anna Karenina”.

A cultural and educational program “Literary Landscapes of Scotland” has been prepared for the conference, which includes acquaintance with the work of famous literary museums and libraries: the National Museum and the National Library of Scotland, the Edinburgh Poetry Library, the Robert Burns House Museum, the Walter Scott House Museum . Forum organizers – All-Russian State Library for Foreign Literature named after M.I. Rudomino, Institute of Translation, L.N. Tolstoy “Yasnaya Polyana”, Scottish charitable organization Moffat Book Events, Consulate General of the Russian Federation in Edinburgh and the British Council.

Last year, a similar conference in Moffat was dedicated to the 200th anniversary of M.Yu. Lermontov. Perhaps (this was discussed today), next year the Russians and the Scots will discuss the problems of the life and work of F.M. Dostoevsky. There is a reason: it will be 150 years since the release of his novel Crime and Punishment.

There is always a good reason for a good deed. There would be its initiators and organizers. On the Russian side, the initiator and inspirer of the conferences in Moffat was the director of the VGBIL named after. M.I. Rudomino Ekaterina Yurievna Genieva. She passed away this summer. And, of course, she is constantly remembered at the conference, her presence here is almost physically palpable. From the Scottish side, the initiator of the Russian-Scottish meetings is Elizabeth Roberts, and the organizer is the current chairman of Moffat Book Events, Katherine Clemmens.

In general, it is an amazing thing when scientists and writers, museum workers and artists gather every year in a small Scottish town of two thousand inhabitants, surrounded by farms; when exhibits from Yasnaya Polyana and the works of illustrators of Anna Karenina are brought here, to this “woolen” paradise of Scotland. Why do the Scots need it? This is an empty question. They need it. They love Tolstoy. We love Burns, who, thanks to Marshak, became our second Yesenin.

But, having visited two cities associated with Burns, Alloway, where he was born, and Dumfries, where he died, I suddenly realized that it was worth comparing him not with Yesenin, but rather with Pushkin. Just as Pushkin created our literary language, so Burns created literary Scots. And he died three years before the birth of Pushkin, also leaving a large family, alas, in debt. Poetry can earn worldwide fame, but money – never.

But the fates of the brilliant Scottish novelist Walter Scott and the greatest novelist Tolstoy were absolutely opposite. Tolstoy, thanks to his worldwide popularity, could become very rich. And he had a beautiful estate, from which he left at the end of his life. Scott became, probably, the first millionaire writer in the whole world, earning this money on his historical novels. And he tried to create something similar to Yasnaya Polyana in the Abbotsford estate – a castle that would fully meet his literary and historical tastes. It is impossible to look at this miracle of architectural and park art without admiration, and it is generally impossible to imagine what a fairy tale it looked like at the beginning of the 19th century in the midst of the poor life of Scottish villages. But this tale ruined the writer, and he died, like Burns, also in debt, but, of course, of a different scale. Tolstoy was born four years before Scott’s death.