Child Development Center/Family Child Care Homes Education Network
Los Angeles Mission College
13356 Eldridge Ave.
Sylmar, CA 91342
Phone: (818) 364-7865
Fax: (818) 833-3394
|Program Director:||Monica Moreno|
|Office Staff||Office Numbers|
|Eustolia Ayala||(818) 364-7709|
|Patricia Diaz||(818) 364-7881|
|Dora Rodriguez||(818) 364-7882|
|Elizabeth Ruiz-Contreras||(818) 364-7863|
|Classroom Faculty||Office Numbers|
|Maria Gonzalez||(818) 364-7600 Ext 4570|
|Joanne Grey||(818) 364-7600 Ext. 4302|
|Rita Grigoryan||(818) 364-7600 Ext. 4289|
|Ife Keller||(818) 364-7857|
Child Development Center
"Helping to build the foundation for a better future."
Program PhilosphyThe Los Angeles Mission College, Campus Child Development Center begins with the belief that children actively participate in their own learning and that each child is special and unique. The Center believes that each child has his/her individual needs, feelings, backgrounds, and each must be responded and respected.
The Center believes that education of the whole child is important and the teacher's responsibility is to provide opportunities for the child to flourish socially, physically, emotionally, and cognitively.
The Center provides a positive, safe, and reassuring environment for the child to have authentic and concrete experiences which enhance the child's self-esteem, help the child acquire, practice and master basic daily living skills, and strengthen his/her pre-readiness skills as the child demonstrates physical and emotional readiness.
The Center follows an emergent eclectic curriculum that fosters growth and development in young children and practices a non-sexist and multicultural approach.
Child Care Services
Child Care services available for children from ages 6 weeks to 5 years old.
We are a State-funded program and a Campus Lab School. Therefore, first priority is given to the students of the college. We also accept students that are receiving government aide and assistance. Students will either qualify by income or may need o pay a fee. Community applicants will be considered until all students have been acommodated. All families are considered for services every new academic school year. The academic school year begins in the fall semester and end after the summer semester.
Family Child Care Homes Education Network
The Los Angeles Mission College Family Child Care Homes Network consists of at least 30 licensed family child care homes throughout the San Fernando Valley. FCCHN provides infant/toddler child care services for the students of the college. The qualification is the same as that of the child development center.
Morning service requires for college students to be enrolled in at least 6 units in the morning. Flexible hours are available for the evening program between 3:00pm to 10:00pm.
The following documentation will be required:
- Proof of family gross income (before taxes)
Employment verification or training verification.
Current tuberculosis immunization.
Pre-admission health examination.
Breakfast, lunch, dinner and three snacks are provided.