Old spanish trail daycare: Old Spanish Trail Preschool Tucson AZ
Old Spanish Trail Preschool Tucson AZ
- 9395 E. Old Spanish Trail, Tucson, Arizona, 85710
- Call Us: +1 (520) 885 8531
- [email protected]
- 6:30 am – 6:30 pm
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Welcome to Our School
Welcome to Old Spanish Trail School which was awarded accreditation by the National Accreditation Commission in August 2016 for having an outstanding curriculum/program and also proudly participates in Quality First, Arizona’s Quality Improvement and Rating. Our goal is to provide the very best possible care and education for young children. From intentionally designing child centered environments to the professional, well-trained staff you will find that health, education and love are all part of each child’s learning experience at Old Spanish Trail Preschool. Old Spanish Trail enrolls children from six weeks through 12 years old. Transportation for school age children to and from Steele and Marshall Elementary Schools is available and included in tuition. You can see the list of schools we service here.
What People Say About Us
Honestly this is the first daycare I sent my son to but Iam definitely not disappointed! Mrs. Jackie and Mrs. Lucy are amazing and care for my son as if he was there own. It’s amazing to have confidence in the fact that my son is well taken care of when her is there!
This is the BEST daycare to bring your children to.. my youngest has never adapted to a childcare setting so well until the twos teacher ma Kay and Jackie is beyond amazing with working as hard as she can with the kids as well as the parents !
Our children have been attending this daycare since 2017. The center is clean and the staff are very friendly. Many of the staff have been at the center for years and have watched our children grow up. I love that they have cameras in all the rooms and they invite community groups to lead the children in movement and music. My children have made many friends and enjoy feeding the goats and fish. This daycare has been very accommodating of our children’s needs. The director really provides a welcoming and safe environment for our children!
The staff at the school have been so good to my two girls I love seeing the excitement my daughter has to see her teachers they really treat my babies like family which makes me feel even more comfortable when I drop them off for the day or a few hours. I highly recommend bringing your kids here if you’re looking for a daycare.
I was a stay at home mom for three years because I had such a hard time trusting anyone with my girls. I am so glad I decided to put my kids in this school ! They have been so good to my girls and they’ve helped them break out of their shells and become more social. I am confident my oldest will be ready for kindergarten next year because of this school. Miss Rene, Jess, and Becky and Mr Will have done an outstanding job ! Highly recommend this preschool!
My kids have been going to OSP for 2 years now. They love going there! All the staff is amazing and my kids love them. They always have special activities for the kids, even field trips and water days during the summer. The new director is amazing! All of the kids love her! My children’s teachers are the best! They are so professional and very attentive to the kids. Everyone is always happy. Plus it’s very clean. Other daycares I’ve seen are dirty. I have no worries ever dropping my kids off there. They are awesome, and we are treated like family by everyone!
We’ve been with old Spanish trail for almost two years. Yes, there’s been turnover but I think the new director of the facility is fair. We absolutely LOVE Ms. Stephanie in the infant room. I secretly hope our daughter doesn’t start walking soon so she can stay with Ms Stephanie as long as possible. My son also loves Ms Becky’s class. They have always been reasonable with us and accommodating anything we need. The staff that I have experience with have all been very personable and friendly. Ms Jessica and Ms Renee have both been good to us. There’s also piece of mind that you can log onto the camera system check on your little ones.
The staff their is absolutely wonderful. I feel as I am leaving my children with family. They are incredibly professional, caring and considerate, while helping the kids learn and grow.
The director and the teachers are very caring and good with the kids. My daughters have both progressed so much. They seem to learn something new every day and it amazes me. Sometimes they don’t even want to leave when I pick them up. Great pre-school/ day care!
The staff have been great working with my boys! The oldest is adjusting pretty well and the youngest adjusted with no issues… ❤️
My little one loves it here! Great staff, always communicating, and go the extra mile to make sure my child is happy!
Meet Our Director
As a professional in the early childhood field for almost four years, I have had the opportunity to experience and develop my skills both in and out of the classroom. My career began as a cook while attending culinary school, however, life took an unexpected turn when subbing for a preschool classroom arose – I realized that this was truly where my heart wanted me to be. Fast forward to today, and I now have my ECE program from Pima Community College under my belt; with plans of achieving my Bachelor’s degree within the next four years. Having worked and learned from some of the top mentors and coaches in Arizona, I am elated to now join Small Miracles as a mentor and coach myself. As someone dedicated to creating an atmosphere that is safe and loving – two essential components for learning – I hope to bring those same principals here.
“I believe that in order to learn children need to first feel safe and loved and that is what I plan to share with everyone I work with.”
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All Meals Are Provided
We are proud to be part of the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP). We provide breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack times throughout the day and meals are included in tuition to make sure every child has access to them. We believe that providing nutritious meals helps children have more energy for learning and gives them the fuel they need to succeed in life.
We want children as early as possible to appreciate the importance of reaching out beyond themselves and into the community. Small Miracles schools offer a range of programs for children 6 weeks to 12 years.
At Small Miracles, we know that a baby’s growth and development depends on individualized care and experiences. That is why we make it our focus to meet the needs of each infant. To do so, we provide our staff of caregiver educators with the tools they need to develop strong connections and trust with each baby they interact with. This trust allows the little ones to feel secure and confident enough to take part in play as well as early childhood learning activities. We are committed to providing this supportive environment, ensuring that your baby gets the best start possible.
We understand that the transition to toddlerhood can be a tumultuous one. Every child is unique and has their own needs and wants that must be respected during this challenging time. With our experienced teachers, we strive to craft an environment where children can explore, learn, and make progress with self-reliance. As with all of our classrooms, we attempt to control the environment, not the little people in it. When our teachers fill the classroom with wonder and awe, children focus on reading, dancing, singing, painting, playing and so much more!
This is another step on the journey of life. While want to prepare children to be successful in school, we know they will be if we take great advantage of the time we have together. Instead of pushing developmentally inappropriate lessons and activities on our children, our teachers work to plan for each child’s needs – whether they are learning to hold a pencil, write their name, learn conflict resolution skills and so much more. We know that children who experience child centered environments perform better in elementary school and in life. This confidence pushed us to offer the very best.
Before & After-School Program
A great way to keep your kids active and learning outside of school hours. Parents can take advantage of our before & after-school program and give their kids an engaging experience outside of the classroom. From exploring the creative arts, to playing spirited sports, to getting that much-needed homework help, there’s something for everyone. Plus, we provide the convenience of transportation to and from schools, so parents don’t have to worry about a hectic schedule. Transportation is provided to and from local schools and our classrooms are open all day on school holidays.
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We Offer Quality First Scholarships
All Small Miracles locations participate in First Things First’s signature program, Quality First. Quality First works with child care and preschool providers across Arizona to improve the quality of their early learning settings for children from birth to age 5. We also offer Quality First Scholarships that cover most or all of the cost of child care for children 0 – 5. Please contact a location near you to find out about scholarship availability.
We are committed to quality improvement and going beyond regulatory requirements to help the infants, toddlers and preschoolers be ready for success in kindergarten and beyond. Our strong belief is that continuous quality improvement not only benefits our children but out teachers and community equally. For more information, visit QualityFirstAZ.com.
How to Enroll
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Keeping Families Connected
At Small Miracles Preschools, we understand how important it is for our families to stay connected with us and their child’s development. That’s why we’ve made sure that WatchMeGrow® helps bridge the gap between home and school. Our exclusive family app gives parents peace of mind, allowing them to keep an eye on their precious ones with live streaming video of the classroom and much more. Keep up-to-date with your child’s progress throughout the day with WatchMeGrow®!
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Of the 2,000+ early childhood centers in Arizona only 10% are nationally accredited. Most Small Miracles schools are nationally accredited.
Being accredited is a rigorous process that includes the evaluation of your schools overall educational program and its adherence to the best early learning practices. In the United States only 5% of all early learning centers are accredited.
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OLD SPANISH TRAIL SCHOOL #71401
About the Provider
Creative Garden LC Glen Burnie – Ba…
Creative Garden LC Glen Burnie – Baltimore MD Licensed Child Care Center
Description: Our goal when we opened our first center in 1980 and our goal today is to provide the very best possible care and education for young children. From the design of the classrooms to the professional, well-trained staff you will find that health, education and love are all part of each child’s learning experience at Old Spanish Trail School. Old Spanish Trail offers a philosophy of learning through play and discovery. Through a balance of self-directed and teacher-directed activities, we strive to enrich a child’s social, emotional, intellectual, and physical development.
Program and Licensing Details
- License Number:
- Age Range:
Infant; Ones; Twos; Three to Five; School-Age
- Enrolled in Subsidized Child Care Program:
- Current License Issue Date:
Sep 01, 2021
- Current License Expiration Date:
Aug 31, 2024
- District Office:
ADHS Division of Licensing Services
- District Office Phone:
(602) 364-2539 (Note: This is not the facility phone number. )
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|Survey Date||Date Corrected||Rule/Statute||Title|
|2021-10-21||2021-11-23||Article 1||ARS 36-883.02.C.1-3.|
Staff 1 did not complete the Criminal History Affidavit. Staff l did not answer question #3, and marked the yes box on question #2.
|2021-10-21||2021-11-23||Article 1||ARS 36-883.02.D.|
Staff 1 did not have 1 of 2 references documented in their file.
The DCS Central Registry submittal for Staff 1 on 4/21/21, and returned with a request for more information. As of 10/21/2021 their was no documention that the submittal had been completed and resent.
The rosters were observed for 10/19 and 10/20/21. The rosters documented that Staff 1 worked unsupervised in the infant room. Staff 1 is not teacher- caregiver qualified.
Staff 2 reported that she does not document arrival and departure times for her daily attendance.
|2021-10-21||2021-11-23||article 3||R9-5-306. A.1.|
Child 1 was not signed in and out, however times were documented on 10/11, 10/12, 10/13, 10/14, and 10/15/21. Child 2 was not signed out on 10/8 and 10/18/21. Child 3 was not signed out and then in again on 10/8, 10/18, 10/19, and 10/20 when transported to and from school. Child 3 was not signed out on 10/18/21. Child 4 was not signed in on 10/18 and 10/19/21. Sign in and out records on 10/12, 10/14, 10/15, 10/18, and 10/19/21 listed the first name, and last initial of the individual picking up and dropping off the child. Child 5 was not signed in on 10/18, 10/19, and 10/20/21. On 10/18, 10/19, and 10/20/2021 the sign in and out record only listed the initials of the individual picking up the child. Child 6 was not signed in on 10/18, 10/19, and 10/20/21. Child 7 was not signed in on 10/18, 10/19, and 10/20/21. Child 8 was not signed out on 10/8, 10/13, 10/14, 10/15, 10/18, 10/19, and 10/20/21; times were observed on the form. Child 8 was not signed in on 10/14, 10/15, 10/21/21 however times were documented. Child 9 was not signed in on 10/18, 10/19, and 10/20/21. Child 10 was not signed in on 10/18, 10/19, and 10/20/21. Copies of sign in and out records were provided to the Surveyor.
Per allegation and based on the Surveyor’s investigation the following allegation was substantiated: Staff 1 was hired 4/21/21, and did not have 6 months of child care related experience to meet the teacher-caregiver qualifications. Staff 1 was working as a teacher-caregiver alone in the infant room on 10/19 and 10/20/21.
Per allegation and based on the Surveyor’s investigation the following allegation was substantiated: The Name to Face log was observed for 10/19/2021 . Staff 1 was alone with 6 infant children as documented on the form.
The Surveyor observed a roll of paper towels on the diapering counter, and a paint brush in the diapering sink in the 2 year old room.
Child 11 was enrolled 1/18/2021 and does not have a written individualized plan maintained at the facility. Staff 2 reported that the child has special needs.
Per the allegation and based on the Surveyor’s investigation the following allegation was substantiated: Child 9 wears disposable training pants. Child 4 is in the 4 year old room which is not equipped with a diapering area.
Surveyor 2 reviewed the facility ‘ s sign in/out documentation and noted the following: -Child 1 was signed out on 8/11/21 at 6:03 PM, however the inspection ended at 3:00 PM on 3/11/21. Child 1 was signed in on 8/12/21 and 8/13/21, however the inspection took place on 8/11/21, therefore Child 1 was being signed in for future dates; -Child 2 was not signed out with a signature on 8/5/21; -Child 3 was not signed out with a signature on 8/3/2021 and was signed in and out with only a time and no signature on 8/4/21 and 8/5/21.
Drinking water was not accessible to children in the 1 year old activity area. There was a water cooler in the room, however the children’s cups were on the counter next to the sink that was not within the children’s reach.
Surveyor 2 reviewed the facility’s field trip documentation and noted that for the bowling field trip on 6/9/2021, one staff member and 11 children were in attendance. Staff reported that there was an additional staff member in attendance but their name was not added to the field trip documentation.
Upon review of staff files, it was determined that Staff 1 was not qualified as a teacher-caregiver but supervised children without additional staff being present on 11/23/2020.
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MDOU “Kindergarten of the combined type No. 62”, Staraya village. Home
Recruitment for the 2023-2024 academic year
From April 15, 2023, the staffing of the institution begins.
For all questions, please call the hotline
8921 921 76 30 from 9.00-17.00.
Responsible: Neustroeva Irina Mikhailovna.
Acceptance of documents for enrolling children for the new academic year 2023-2024 is carried out by appointment by phone: 8921-921-76-30.
Bring the following documents with you:
- Child’s birth certificate
- Passport of the applicant, details of the passport of the second parent.
- Document confirming the registration of the child in the assigned territory.
- SNILS child.
Welcome to the official website of the MDOU “Kindergarten of the combined type No. 62” in the village of Staraya!
“Childhood is the most important period of human life,
not a preparation for a future life, but a real, bright, original,
unique life. And because of how childhood passed,
who led the child by the hand in childhood,
what entered his mind and heart from the outside world – 900 05
from this decisively depends,
what kind of person today’s baby will become” .
Welcome to the Administration of the Municipal Preschool Educational Institution “Combined Kindergarten No. 62”, Staraya village!
Kindergarten is an amazing country of childhood. Everything is possible, everything is allowed. Here, the weak and defenseless can become strong, courageous, omnipotent, and boring and uninteresting can seem rather cheerful and funny. In our country of childhood, in kindergarten No. 62 of the Staraya village, every child can overcome all hardships and troubles, make the world bright, colorful and interesting. Everything we do in our kindergarten, we do for them, for our children, for them to grow and develop. Our employees are true professionals in their field. After all, they are the most hardworking, creative, able to do everything, rooting for everything with their souls, people who love children.
Doors of our kindergarten are open daily, except for weekends and holidays from 7.00 to 19.00. Exciting activities, fun walks, themed holidays, as well as 4 balanced meals a day are waiting for your children. We really want to help you, dear parents, raise cheerful, healthy and smart children.
We are always open for dialogue and hope that our site will be useful not only to parents of students. The team of MDOU DSKV No. 62 d. Staraya is always glad to know your opinion, take into account your wishes.
Sincerely, head of MDOU DSKV No. 62, village Staraya Kovalchuk Lidia Petrovna
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On the Day of the Ecologist and the World Day for Conservation of Nature on the territory of MBDOU kindergarten No. 14 “Fairy Tale” the opening of the “Ecological trail” was held
June 5, 2018 on the Day of the Ecologist and the World Day for Conservation of Nature on the territory of MBDOU kindergarten No. 14 “Fairy Tale” the grand opening of the “Ecological trail” took place. The event was held as part of the work of an innovative platform, the theme of which is “Formation of ecological self-awareness of preschoolers through creative research educational activities. ”
Each event has its own symbol, and the flower arch has become the symbol of the opening of the Ecological Path in the Fairy Tale. Having passed through it, the young ecologists found themselves at the beginning of the path and the guide – the ecologist introduced the children to the route of the Ecological Path, and told everyone in detail about each part of it. Through the joint efforts of teachers and parents, unique zones have been created: the Flower Mood flowerbed, the Kind Hands garden. As well as the components of the trail are three mobile zones: the laboratory “Why,” where children, together with educators, conduct experimental activities; weather station “Kaleidoscope of Nature”, where preschool children observe natural phenomena: sun, rain, wind, air temperature; meadow “Healing herbs”, where children share their knowledge about the beneficial properties of herbs, inhaling their wonderful aroma.
The guests of honor of the environmental event were assistants to the deputy of the Duma of the Stavropol Territory Yu. A. Khodjaeva – Inna Evgenievna Masalova and Sofia Evgenievna Vypritskaya, representatives of the local branch of the United Russia party.
Having passed through the arch, the children and teachers entered the Ecological Path: flowers were planted in the flower bed. In the Good Hands garden, beds appeared, where older preschoolers planted seedlings grown with their parents in greenhouses: green onions, lettuce, tomatoes, beets, peppers, beans, sowed dill, parsley, basil, and lettuce seeds donated by guests. In the future, preschoolers will continue planting and will look after their plants, wait for germination and harvest. The kids also came to see what their older friends were doing, who, like everyone else, put on the symbols of young ecologists. The guys at the interruption told how they help their parents in the gardens and for a long time they wanted to take care of the plants in the kindergarten just as amicably, they remembered how they planted and watched the plantings in the garden on the window with the teachers all winter and each group had its own beds, and now there is a garden for everyone!
After all, just recently everyone watched how dads dug up hard ground, dug in curbs, prepared the soil for planting, then hung banners “Kindergarten Territory – Territory of Good Deeds” and on the environmental theme “Green Planet”, and it became very beautiful. Ecologists watered planted plants from watering cans and set off further along the path. We conducted several simple experiments, talked about the weather, visited a meadow of medicinal herbs. Then everyone went to one of the playgrounds of the kindergarten, where a real holiday awaited everyone with games, relay races, fun contests. Guys easily answered all questions of the environmental quiz. PEI teachers presented the environmental newspaper “Young Ecologists”, intended for all age groups of the kindergarten with useful information for children and their parents. Unusual guests arrived. And one of them was Droplet, who told why water is needed, what benefits it brings to nature, what can happen if all the water disappears. And the guys congratulated Droplet on the upcoming holiday, Water Day (June 7), told poems about water. Then parents with children visited an ecological exhibition of crafts made from natural and waste materials “ECO – unseen.” Children-ecologists of all age groups studied a certain environmental project during the school year.