We know that the first five years of a child’s life are crucial years in determining that child’s future success in school and beyond. At Supporting Future Growth we strive to deliver excellence in early education services and care for children in a nurturing environment where the uniqueness of each child is recognized and respected and where children are growing and learning in a safe and healthy environment.
At Supporting Future Growth, we believe that a high-quality program reflect beliefs and performances about how children learn, and the crucial role that family involvement plays in their education. We believe that establishing and implementing programs for the early learners requires planning carefully, incorporating quality practices, ensuring that personnel are qualified and competent and evaluating the program continuously.
As such, the outcome must meet the needs of children, families, and communities as well as the intent of state, federal and local laws and regulations.
Who We Are
Supporting Future Growth nonprofit child development program was established in 1972 serving communities’ throughout Alameda County. Supporting Future Growth is an early subsidy education and child development program funded by California Department of Education, Early Education Service Division. Supporting Future Growth early education centers provide services for preschoolers and toddlers that are safe affordable and operate in a stimulating classroom environment.
The preschool program enrolls children between the ages of 3 to 5 unless the five years older is eligible for Transitional Kindergarten and or Kindergarten. The toddler program will accept children starting at 18 months through 36 months.
Parents must meet the Need and Eligibility requirements for admission into Supporting Future Growth Programs.