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Our association has many functions, one of which is to provide you with information on licensed family child care homes in your area.
Use the interactive map below to view providers near you, or call the referral provider for your zip code to learn about openings, get your questions answered, and get some helpful hints when interviewing a prospective child care provider.
Please remember our service provides referrals only. No recommendations are given. Parents have the responsibility to interview the provider and inspect the home.
List of JCCCA Child Care Providers
If you are a child care provider in Jefferson County and would like more information in becoming a member of our association visit the “Child Care Providers” page. This will provide you with the benefits of becoming a member of our association, including eReferral – a service to make you more accessible to families searching for child care.
JCCCA does not assume responsibility for any fact or opinion given within nor does acceptance of any advertising, paid or complimentary, imply endorsement for any products or services by JCCCA.
INFORMATION FOR FAMILIES LOOKING FOR QUALITY CHILD CARE
The early years of a child’s life are a vital part of their overall and long-term development. It’s important that families find a care program that fits their needs and beliefs. There are many options for child care in Colorado. Licensed family child care home programs are a great setting for many families!
Licensed family child care home programs and providers have many benefits for families.
(It’s important to know that unlicensed programs are not required to follow these requirements.)
Background checks Providers, employees, and other adults living in the home have a FBI & CBI background check and child abuse/neglect records check.
Completed health statement from a licensed physician for everyone living in the home.
Providers must complete at least 15 hours of training a year including mandatory Building & Physical Premises Safety; Disaster Preparedness & Emergency Response; Prevention of Shaken Baby Syndrome & Abusive Head Trauma; Prevention of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome & Use of Safe Sleeping Practices; Recognition & Reporting of Child Abuse & Neglect; Standard Precautions; CPR & First Aid; Administration of Medication; Child Care and Preschool Immunization; and at least 3 hours of Social Emotional training.
State supervised Licensed family child care homes have at least one unannounced visit every year from a licensing specialist from the Division of Early Care and Learning to assure the program is complying with Colorado child care licensing rules & regulations.
Continuity of Care Children are with the same provider over a long period of time allowing the child and adult to build a loving, trusting, close relationship. Frequent transitions between teachers, classrooms, and programs are not necessary reducing stress on children and families. Children develop friendships that can last years.
Multi-age group benefits Siblings can stay together in care. Children learn to work cooperatively, develop multi-age friendships and feel a sense of “family” within the group. Providers understand, respect, and work with each child’s individual development.
Smaller group sizes Regular family child care homes are licensed for up to 6 children preschool aged and younger with the ability to care for two additional school-aged children during non-school hours. The Experienced Provider, Large Home, Three under Two, and Infant Toddler licenses allow for other capacity and age options. A program’s capacity can always be found on their Colorado state issued child care license, which should be in easy view.
Teaching & Care Practices Family child care homes offer a variety of teaching and care practices including play-based learning, school-readiness activities, social emotional skill building, enrichment activities, field trips, and more tailored to each child’s individual needs and development.
”A Home Away From Home” Family child care homes are located in a provider’s home in a setting similar to what children are used to and what families value.
Nutritious meals Eligibility to enroll with a Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) to assure children are receiving nutritional meals while in care and help for programs with food expenses. CACFP consultants visit programs 3 times a year for educational and regulation purposes.
Professionalism Becoming a licensed family child care provider is one step to being a professional in the field of Early Childhood Education and Care. Membership in local, state, and national associations helps build further professionalism.
JCCCA offers referrals to licensed family child care programs only, not recommendations.
It is each family’s responsibility to interview, inspect, and decide on a program that meets their needs.
Families can use this checklist from Colorado Shines to help them when looking for a high quality program.
Department of Early Learning and Care : ERDC Providers : For Providers : State of Oregon
Employment Related Day Care (ERDC) is a subsidy program that pays part of the child care costs for families who are working, in school or receiving Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) including registration fees
This page is for current ERDC child care providers and people who want to start providing child care to families who have ERDC.
Become an ERDC provider
To become an ERDC child care provider, you must:
- Meet all ERDC
- Child care providers who aren’t licensed need to meet
additional training and safety requirements in order to be approved to provide child care through ERDC.
- Pass a
listed and approved by DELC
Five reasons to become an ERDC provider
Materials and forms
This guide is for
current ERDC providers and
people who want to provide
child care for families who receive ERDC benefits.
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Provider Listing Form
This form is for people who want to be paid by DELC to provide child care through ERDC. Note: You need to be
listed and approved by DELC before you start providing child care to families who receive ERDC benefits. The effective date for DELC payment can’t be earlier than the date you are approved by DELC.
Administrative Hearing Request Form
If you disagree with a decision made by DELC, use this form to request a hearing.
Provider Report Form
Use this form to report changes. You can also report changes by calling 800-699-9074 or by emailing
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Billing and payments
As an ERDC provider, you will be paid by the Direct Pay Unit of the Department of Early Learning and Care (DELC). Families who
pay a copay to cover part of the child care cost will pay their copay directly to you.
The amount you receive is based on:
- The child’s age
- Your location in Oregon
- The type of child care
- The number of care hours needed
There is a limit to how much DELC will pay. If you charge more than
the maximum rate DELC will pay, the family must cover the additional cost.
Contact the Direct Pay Unit
- Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
- Phone: 800-699-9074
- General email:
- Submit billing and listing forms (PDF only) to:
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Requirements for license exempt providers
License exempt child care providers need to meet training and safety requirements before they can provide child care and get paid through ERDC. License exempt means you are
not required to be licensed to provide child care by the Office of Child Care (OCC).
License exempt providers must:
- Complete a
- This includes pre-service health and safety trainings, orientation, and ongoing training.
- Some training requirements are waived if you only provide care for children you are related to.
- Pass a
- You don’t need to do this if you only provide care for children you are related to.
Test drinking water for lead
- You don’t need to do this if you only provide care for children you are related to.
Note: If you care for at least one child who is not a relative, you must meet all the requirements above without exception. By federal definition, a relative may be a:
- Aunt or uncle
- Sibling not living in the home
To be considered a relative you must be related by blood, marriage or legal adoption.
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License exempt providers must pass an initial site visit before approval. You must also pass a site visit yearly after that.
- The Office of Child Care (OCC) will contact you to schedule yearly site visits or may do the site visit at your next re-evaluation.
- Visits will happen at the place where you provide child care. This includes the home of the child if that is where you are providing care.
- OCC staff check to make sure the site meets all health and safety requirements. They can also provide resources if needed.
- Read through the
checklist and make sure you meet the requirements before the visit.
Drinking water lead testing
Lead exposure is harmful to child development. Testing for lead protects children from exposure to lead in water.
Your home or the facility where you provide care must be tested for lead exposure in water unless you are related to all the children in your care. Lead testing is required for all plumbing fixtures used for drinking, cooking, or preparing food or infant formula.
- You can order lead testing kits from an
ORELAP approved lab.
- Once you get the results back, attach them to your Child Care Provider Listing form and submit them together. If you don’t submit results, the DELC Direct Pay Unit will send you instructions.
- If the results show high levels of lead, the Office of Child Care (OCC) will contact you with more instructions.
- You need to pass the lead testing or submit a corrective action plan to remain approved as an DELC child care provider.
- If you use only bottled water for drinking, cooking and preparing infant formula at the location where you provide care, you can complete a
Declaration for Bottled Water Use form to be exempt from lead testing. Submit the form with your Child Care Provider Listing form.
Lead testing guidance
Reimbursement for lead testing
The Department of Early Learning and Care can reimburse you for lead testing. To be reimbursed, you must:
- Complete and submit the Lead Testing Reimbursement Form:
- Complete a W-9:
- Send completed forms to:
- TRI Central Coordination of CCR&R
Western Oregon University
345 Monmouth Ave N
Monmouth, OR 97361
- TRI Central Coordination of CCR&R
Questions about lead testing
- Questions about testing process: Call the Lead Hotline at 503-947-5908 or visit the
Lead Poisoning Prevention webpage.
- Questions about reimbursement: Call 800-342-6712
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I am not a vegetable for you – Mercy.ru
At forty-five, Oksana can sometimes be mistaken for a teenage girl. “Well, yes, I’m small, when at work they put detergents on a high shelf, I have to climb onto a chair,” she says to herself.
– And I wanted to clarify, this article, what is it for? – Oksana asks me before starting the conversation. – For the guys, so that they learn that you can leave the boarding school and live in an apartment? For people, you mean? Now I have it all worked out, now I understand. Let’s ask.
We are sitting in the training apartment of the “Bolshaya Peremena” foundation, Oksana served tea with sweets for the guests. The apartment is empty and clean, on the bed is a large yellow-faced monkey Chita – a birthday present, on the table is a laptop, in which Oksana watches astronomy lessons, and recently she began to shoot videos about how she cooks. It took her more than seven years of hard work to learn how to live an independent life.
Life documents lost
Life documents lost
Most of her life Oksana lived in an orphanage, then in PNI. Whether she was abandoned at birth or whether she was in the family for some time, it has not been possible to establish so far – Oksana’s documents are lost. The certificate, through long inquiries to various authorities, obtained by the Big Change Foundation, which is now dealing with Oksana’s fate, contains a mysterious phrase: “Mother will be deprived of parental rights.”
Whether the mother has been deprived of her rights to Oksana or her daughter has the right to parental living space and where this living space, if any, is located, the foundation has yet to find out. Recently, the foundation took its students on an excursion to Rzhev. Oksana says she recognized the city. But all small towns are somewhat similar. And how a child from Rzhev could end up in an orphanage in Moscow is also unclear.
At first, Oksana almost screams at my questions – she is very worried in front of a stranger, despite the fact that her curator Irina Aleksandrovna is nearby. But then he calms down and explains:
“I, if something new is coming, I can scold myself from excitement: “I can’t do it, I’m stupid, I won’t do it.” But then I say to myself: “Oksana, don’t worry.” And I calm down. As they say: “The eyes are afraid …”
Irina Aleksandrovna will later tell you that the first thing Oksana had to learn in the Big Break was to speak softly. Even ordinary conversations among themselves in the corridor of the fund school girls from the PNI at first conducted in such a way that the teachers looked out of the classrooms and asked not to interfere with the lessons. It turned out that Oksana simply did not know how to communicate differently – everyone in the boarding school was screaming.
About her childhood, Oksana remembers how someone rocked her on a swing. Next is the orphanage. But one day, she tells me, her father came to her, brought gifts – beautiful dresses – and even seemed to want to take her home, but the teachers did not allow her. And dad’s gifts, according to the girl, were taken to the attic.
What of this was in reality, and what was the fruit of an orphan’s fantasy, is no longer understood. After that incident, Oksana’s parents did not appear in her life.
Touring and injury
At home, I had to learn all the tricks of the kitchen – how to light the stove, how to filter water, how to set the table for tea
“In the children’s boarding school, we often performed as amateur performances,” Oksana recalls. Dancing is not easy for you. We also went to Germany. Mary met us there, she spoke German. We also performed there, lived in a hotel and ate pizza on my birthday. And we were in Bulgaria. They walked on the rocks.”
Irina Alexandrovna explains that children from the boarding school could be taken abroad to some kind of paragames – earlier, at 90-e, this was practiced.
According to Oksana’s memoirs, she was often beaten in the orphanage by the teachers and older children. “Sveta, the eldest girl, set me up. She will do something wrong, and I seem to be guilty. And the teacher Alla Mikhailovna punished me. And they put me on a closet, and from the stairs they hit me with my spine once, which is why my lungs are now broken. It’s hard to breathe sometimes.”
Now that she is not feeling well at work, Oksana goes to the cardiologist at the polyclinic where she works as a cleaner. The doctor knows the girl and shows understanding: “Again your lips are blue.”
And in the children’s boarding school, according to Oksana, the educators sorted through the children’s gifts. So they said: “Everything that was presented, we put it on the table!” They chose snickers and the most delicious sweets and took them home to their children. They also sorted out clothes – before the trip to Germany, Oksana bought everything new, but in the morning it turned out that she had nothing to wear. In the adult boarding school, this was no longer the case.
Oksana tells, and again and again I am amazed at her memory. Oksana’s head is like an oral copy of her personal file, in which boarding school numbers alternate with hospital numbers. She remembers the names and surnames of the offenders with whom she was in the same group more than 30 years ago, the names and patronymics of the teachers, the numbers of orphanages and groups, some specific situations, but her memory does not retain any abstract things.
But at the age of 38, seven years ago, a completely different life began for her.
“You need to live somehow”
Oksana diligently fills in the tables with the list of income and expenses in a round childish handwriting
“Do you want me to show you what I have prepared? Here’s a pickle! Oksana opens the frying pan, and stewed cabbage with carrots smells appetizing from there. – Here’s an omelet. I also bought chicken today and cooked soup. And for the chicken she went over there, – Oksana points out the window, – to the Crossroads.
Since August 2022, Oksana has been living on her own in the training apartment of the Big Change Foundation. She runs the household herself – cleans, erases, cooks, learns to take meter readings and, under the guidance of teachers, writes “analytics” – monthly plates with a list of expenses.
“I buy groceries with a salary of 15,000,” the girl explains. – And I’m saving my pension for my former, – she gets confused and means the future, – an apartment. Now, if they give me an apartment, I will buy furniture. And, if they give change, I also put it aside, on excursions.
Oksana goes to work at the polyclinic across half of Moscow – from Nekrasovka to Nagatino. Previously, the work was very close to the PNI, but the training apartment was at the foundation on the other side of the city – but now the metro and the bus have been mastered.
“At first, when Oksana and her friend Lena started coming from PNI to our classes, we saw them off part of the way,” explains curator Irina Aleksandrovna. “A volunteer rode with them part of the way from the other end. Then the day came when they traveled all the way on their own. They hung on the phone all the way, but we arrived!”
In covid, according to the curator, Oksana was “lucky” – the PNI was quarantined, they were not allowed to go out at all, but those who worked were evicted to a hostel in Mitino. Therefore, unlike many who remained in the boarding school, Oksana did not lose, but even more trained the skill of driving around the city, and even began to cook for herself regularly. In the boarding school, where there is one teacher for 200 residents, there is no opportunity to work with each individually, and after a break of several months, many children, having returned to classes at the foundation, forgot everything, as if they had never learned anything. For Oksana, moving to a training apartment was just a change of address.
“Oksana, do you remember how in Mitin you were afraid to go out for a walk at first? – recalls Irina Alexandrovna. “He will go halfway home and call us,” the curator explains.
“Yes, I was very afraid of getting lost,” Oksana admits. – And I go to work on a new branch, which Sobyanin opened. It’s twenty o’clock. Far away, but what to do? You have to work. And you have to live somehow.” (Sometimes Oksana flashes strange words and intonations, clearly heard from someone, but they sound surprisingly organic with her.)0003
“Can you wrap a rag around a stick?”
In addition to household chores, I also had to get used to the area – where are the shops, where is the office where to go if the lights went out, how to get to the metro
Oksana recalls how frightened she was when she was transferred from a children’s to an adult boarding school. “I thought they took me to a psychiatric hospital,” she says. – Young people walked along the corridor like mummies, they did not react to anything. And they were just on pills – I later realized that.
At PNI, Oksana also participated in amateur performances, and then she was sent to work in a social workshop. In the workshop, it was unexpectedly discovered that the girl could count. At the same time, Oksana’s documents, drawn up while still in the orphanage, indicated that she was incapacitated.
“Why was the girl deprived of her legal capacity if she is smart?” – said the boarding school teachers and began the recovery procedure for Oksana.
“It’s just that the sixteenth is a well-known good boarding school, here Oksana was lucky,” explains Irina Aleksandrovna. “The teachers there are very interested in their residents, they have social workshops, amateur performances and a lot of sports.”
Oksana confided to me that the idea to leave the boarding school was born in her head back in the orphanage, when the family of a friend who went home for the holidays took her to visit them
At the medical commission, when asked why she wants to restore her legal capacity, Oksana answered: “I don’t want nurses to take care of me. I’m not a vegetable, I can do it myself, but I’m shy about nurses. ” Now she slowly adds: “But I don’t like doctors, well, that’s all I don’t like.” It is impossible to find out where and what exactly the doctors scared the girl.
The commission evaluated her answers and instead of the first group of disability gave her a working second. And a couple of weeks after the commission, the director of the boarding school asked her:
– Can you wrap a rag around a stick?
– How else can I wash the floors? she replied.
So Oksana started working in the hospital next door, and when her department was closed, in the polyclinic.
“Come in the morning, wash the corridor, drink tea at 11.15,” Oksana lists her routine every minute. – Then you need to check if everything is in order, and go to the lessons at the foundation at two o’clock. You have to get up at 5 am to catch the first train. And yesterday we went on an excursion, and we were told about this one, well, this one, which Rus’ was baptized. We often go on excursions on topics that Irina Aleksandrovna told us about in history.
An excursion means a lot of impressions, so Oksana imperceptibly raises her voice again, and notes of resentment appear in it. From the side it seems that the girl is shaking her rights, but I already know that Oksana is so worried. And just in case, he defends himself – what if they don’t take it seriously again?
“Recently, I myself led a tour. It turned out to be difficult, but I told everything and then asked everyone questions. (Oksana shows leaflets with the history of Sarinskaya Street, on which the Big Change is now located – the text from them had to be learned by heart.) And I was serious, I didn’t laugh at all. I did it! Oksana explains. – Trained to be a “cursor guide”.
“I want to become a literate person”
Yellow-faced Chita Oksana was presented for her birthday already at the training apartment
Oksana confided to me that the idea to leave the boarding school was born in her head back in the orphanage, when the family of a friend who went home for the holidays took her to visit them. Later, life in an adult boarding school only strengthened this idea.
“Six people in a room, but when I was living with a friend, I already learned what home conditions are! Oksana says. And more gossip. We didn’t have this in the orphanage, I can’t stand them!”
Oksana was told about the “Big Break” by students from PNI, who had already studied at the Foundation’s school. “My friend, who studied, said: “Oksana, don’t you want to study? If you sit in a boarding school, they can again deprive you of legal capacity. You have to develop, try, take a step.” And for some reason this thought about deprivation of legal capacity so sunk into me that I decided to try.
The words about deprivation of legal capacity are not accidental. With Oksana’s features, the brain quickly loses skills without constant training. If you do not go to work, do not read, do not go shopping, do not list the planets of the solar system that Oksana shows on the tablet, do not communicate with people, a person forgets what he has learned. So, despite all the online lessons, Lenka’s friend Lenka, who remained at the boarding school for the pandemic, fell behind.
It took Oksana six and a half years of hard work to get out of the boarding school. Now you can’t throw them away
Oksana herself now knows how to talk to strangers politely, without raising her voice (except when she’s worried), asks questions – finding out what follows from what and what follows. Adds up prime numbers, but with reading came embarrassment.
Seven years ago, when a girl came to Bolshaya Peremena, she immediately declared: “It was Lenka who did not study, but I already studied, I know everything both in Russian and in mathematics.” They began to check, and it turned out that Oksana … does not know how to put letters into words – maybe she once studied, but she forgot. It took several months to put “m-a” into a syllable, since then this skill must be constantly maintained. “I want to become a literate person,” Oksana tells me.
Now, after seven years at the foundation, she reads and writes a little. Oksana calls the task in four steps in her notebook difficult, but quite successfully “calculates checks” – adds up the sums of her purchases for the month.
If you need to go somewhere to an unfamiliar place (for example, to see a doctor in another clinic), Oksana calls the nurse at the information desk and asks to explain how to get there. One of the curators on the Internet orders her clothes, and then Oksana transfers money to her. “She has good taste, I like it,” she says.
And although she rarely visits (she simply has no one to visit, except to go to her orphanage or PNI), she walks a lot, talks “with a kind grandmother and with a man with a dog from a neighboring house”, likes to swing on a swing and buys ice cream about once a month. And also – she likes to be photographed and syrniki and almost learned the list of planets in the solar system.
The main thing is not to unlearn.
Why registration in Yoshkar-Ola does not guarantee enrollment in a school near home?
Enrolling a child in first grade is not an easy task for many families in Yoshkar-Ola. Even having a residence permit does not guarantee admission to a school near your home. Why and what to do in this situation? Let’s figure it out.
Back to kindergarten?!
When a new large school No. 31 opened near the house, Tatyana from Yoshkaro was very happy – her daughter will study near the house.
On April 1, in the first seconds, she submitted documents through the State Services. Confident in the result, with their daughter they chose a uniform, a satchel and stationery, but a refusal came from the school. Places, despite registration, was not.
– The City Department of Education offered me a choice of three schools: No. 10, 20 and 30. There is no opportunity to take a child so far from home. There is no one to rely on, there are no grandparents. We are thinking of staying in kindergarten for another year. Although my daughter already reads and counts. And what is the probability that the child will go to this particular school next year?! – shared Yoshkarolinka Tatyana.
There are more and more beneficiaries
There have been some changes in the issue of preferential enrollment over the past three years.
The priority right is still enjoyed by the children of police officers, the Main Directorate for Drug Control, the Federal Customs Service, the children of employees of the Federal Penitentiary Service, the Ministry of Emergency Situations, military personnel at the place of residence of the children.
Starting this year, mobilized, contract soldiers and volunteers participating in the SVO, and members of their families, have the right to take advantage of all guarantees and benefits as military personnel of the Russian Armed Forces.
Since 2020, there has been a regional benefit for the priority admission of children of medical workers of medical organizations of Mari El in primary health care and emergency medical care.
From the same year, the preferential right to enroll brothers and sisters in one school began to operate. First, subject to a common place of residence, and then – regardless of their place of registration.
And what to do if someone who does not have benefits does not have enough space?
– As a leader, I will say that the cabinet fund in schools is limited. For three years in a row, children were admitted to the first grade to the maximum. In the next academic year, there will be ten grades of the fourth parallel, 12 grades of third graders and 11 grades of second graders, – notes the director of Yoshkar-Ola School No. 31 Evgeny Nikolaev. “This year we have enrolled six first graders. 348 applications were submitted, and 192 children were enrolled, 150 of them are beneficiaries! It must be clearly understood that the queue is not formed by the school, we verify the original documents and confirm the status of beneficiaries. The remaining applications are considered based on the time of submission of documents. Maybe at exactly 12 am on April 1, the family began to submit documents through the State Services, but due to the heavy load on the network, the system did not immediately miss all the documents.
According to preliminary data, 9476 children will go to the first grade in the new academic year in Mari El.
Most first-graders are in Yoshkar-Ola, followed by the Medvedev district, and Volzhsk closes the top three.
– This is due to active housing construction, which is ahead of the commissioning of social facilities, – explain the situation in the Ministry of Education and Science of Mari El. – To solve the problem, the Education Department of Yoshkar-Ola decided this year to open additional places in the formed classes – 143 places, to open additional classes – 350 places.
The situation is different in remote areas of the republic. For example, this year there will be only 11 first-graders in the Maryinsky school of the Yurinsky district.
“We still have vacancies, we are enrolling everyone,” the school said.
Difficulties at school
The opening of additional places in the formed classes, on the one hand, is a way out, on the other hand, it is a risk. For example, if there should be 25 children in the class, and they scored 36, paying attention to everyone, it becomes more and more difficult to maintain a working atmosphere.
“I work with a class of 31 children,” says Nailya Nabiullina, a primary school teacher at Medvedev School No. 2. – Firstly, it is not possible to interview all students at each lesson and analyze whether they have mastered the material or not. Secondly, it is impossible to find an individual approach to everyone, as there are a lot of children. Thirdly, strong and weak children suffer, as education is aimed at children with an average level of learning. As a result, the level of mastering the material decreases: some are bored, others are very difficult.
And all this against the background of the workload of teachers. It’s no secret that many teachers work more than on a payroll: for example, they teach first-graders in the first shift, and third-grade students in the second.
We have nine primary school teachers in our school. Eight work in two shifts. But in the new academic year we are waiting for new teachers who promised to come, – adds Nailya Takhirovna. – Working in two shifts is hard work, which often leads to professional burnout.
What’s on the horizon?
– Now two schools are being built in Yoshkar-Ola in densely populated areas of the city. A school for 1,100 students is being built in the Vostochny microdistrict, and for 825 students in Yubileiny. The school is also being built in Ruem for 725 places, – experts of the regional education system note. The construction of schools is planned to be completed in 2024.
The next school to be built in Yoshkar-Ola will appear at 9microdistrict, – the mayor of the city Yevgeny Maslov spoke about this live on the air of the Center for Regional Management on July 14.
– The project of the school for 1100 students has passed the state expertise. Now all efforts are aimed at obtaining funding. At the September session, together with the city parliament, we intend to consider issues of increasing funding for design work in order to design two more new schools for 1,100 places and resolve issues on the reconstruction of existing ones, – said Evgeny Vasilievich. – The situation will improve next year for the better, but we still cannot make it so that in the near future everyone can go to study by registration.
If there were not enough places?
Today, everyone who was refused to accept documents for enrolling a child in the first grade should contact the education department at the place of residence. On June 6, the second wave of admission of children to the first grade began. Applications from parents are accepted for vacant places in schools.
– All first-graders of the region will be provided with places in schools until September 1, – summed up the specialists of the Ministry of Education and Science of the region.