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A Family Tree School Age II
126 EDYTHE STREET WARWICK, RI 02889 | view map
SETTING: Center Based
TOTAL LICENSED CAPACITY: 77
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Accepts CCAP
NIGHT AND WEEKEND HOURS: None
LANGUAGES SPOKEN: English, Other
MEALS SERVED: Breakfast, Morning Snack, Afternoon Snack
WEBSITE: Information not provided by program
HOURS OF OPERATION:
DAYOPENCLOSE
Monday7:00am6:00pm
Tuesday7:00am6:00pm
Wednesday7:00am6:00pm
Thursday7:00am6:00pm
Friday7:00am6:00pm
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Availability
Age Group Availability Rate
School AgeContact program for details$120.00 per week
 

Quality at a Glance
Brightstars Rating
 
PARTICIPATING SINCE
2013
Comprehensive early child education approved :
YES
0 APPROVED CLASSROOM(S)
QUALITY DETAILS

This program meets DCYF Foundational Regulations. More detail on these regulations can be found here.

Child's Daily Experience

Level Achieved: 2

  • At level 2, the program is in compliance with DCYF Licensing Regulations, and has completed a comprehensive self-assessment.

Curriculum, Child Assessment and Process of Learning

Level Achieved: 4

  • At level 4, the program submits plans which detail program planning for at least a month in advance, which include weekly opportunities for active physical activity, creative expression, and academic support. The program has completed a comprehensive self-assessment. The program also gathers assessment information about each child using at least one approved method.

Minimum Staff-Child Ratio

Level Achieved: 5

  • At level 5, the program is in compliance with DCYF Licensing Regulations and the staff-child ratio is clearly posted.

Maximum Group Size

Level Achieved: 5

  • At level 5, the maximum group size is 26 children (24 if the program serves Kindergartners) and there may be no more than 26 children in one room (24 if the program serves Kindergartners).

Family Communication and Involvement

Level Achieved: 4

  • At level 4, the program is in compliance with DCYF Licensing Regulations and offers at least two forms of family communication.

Lead Staff Qualifications

Level Achieved: 5

  • At level 5, the program is in compliance with DCYF Licensing Regulations. Each lead group teacher also has an individual professional development plan (IPDP) aligned with RI's Workforce Knowledge and Competencies. The IPDP is observed on site. All lead staff also have an Associate's Degree or higher, or 60 college credit in any field.

Program Director Qualifications

Level Achieved: 2

  • At level 2, the program is in compliance with DCYF Licensing Regulations.

Program Management

Level Achieved: 5

  • At level 5, the program is in compliance with DCYF Licensing Regulations. The program has completed a comprehensive self-assessment using the RIPQA-Younger Youth Version. The program also submits a Quality Improvement Plan (QIP).

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As part of the state’s work under its Race to the Top – Early Learning Challenge grant, DCYF, BrightStars and RIDE revised and aligned regulations and standards to create a logical pathway for continuous program improvement. The Quality Continuum for early childhood education programs begins with the foundational requirements of DCYF licensing/BEP regulations. As programs make quality improvements they move up through the 1-5 Star BrightStars rating process. The highest bar in the quality continuum for preschool and kindergarten programs is approval under RIDE’s 2013 CECE Standards for Approval.
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