OUR PROGRAMS

S.T.E.A.M. is now implemented in all programs. STEAM is an educational approach to learning that uses Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics as access points for guiding student inquiry, dialogue, and critical thinking. The end results are students who take thoughtful risks, engage in experiential learning, persist in problem-solving, embrace collaboration, and work through the creative process. These are the innovators, educators, leaders, and learners of the 21st century!

The Infant Program

  • language development

  • physical development

  • cognitive development

  • social and emotional development

The Toddler Program

  • Language building

  • Story and Song Time 

  • Creativity

  • Fine and Gross motor skills

  • Social interaction -

The Preschool Program:

  • Language, physical, and cognitive development

  • Small group activities

  • Literacy and writing activities

  • Activities and music to balance learning and fun

  • Emotional and social development 

  • Planned outdoor activities physical fitness and development

  • Daily enrichment activities to encourage imaginative and creative play

  • Progress reports

  • Decision-making skills

 

After School Program:

  • After school enrichment for school age children

  • Homework assistance

  • Individual development

 

 

 

Additional Programs

  • Transportation provided for all programs.

  • Overnight care

  • Extended weekly and monthly care for working and vacationing parents.

  • Field Trips: School Age students attend field trips throughout the school year and during the entire summer.

  • Summer Activities

  • Literacy and Mathematics Homework Assistance
  • Drill Team

  • Drum Lessons

  • Computer Training

  • Ballet & Dance Classes

  • Sign Language Training

  • Spanish Classes

  • Girls Hair Braiding

  • Boys Hair Cuts

  • Birthday Parties

 

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Daily Morning Care
  • Transportation Service Provided

  • Breakfast, Lunch and Two snacks 

  • Music

  • Language Arts

  • Math 

  • Science

  • Story Time

  • Arts & Crafts

  • Physical activity

  • Outdoor Play Time and Physical Activity.

Daily Evening Care
  • Transportation Service Provided

  • Dinner will be served

  • Homework Completion Assistance

  • Story Time

  • Bedtime Preparation

call us :

323-331-5995

Uniforms(Mandatory)
Girls-
  • White or Sky Blue Shirts

  • Solid Navy Blue Dress or Blue Bottoms

Boys-

  • Yellow Shirt

  • Navy Blue Bottoms

Shoes-

  • Black Shoes

Friday, Saturday, Sunday & Field Trips

  • Mack Family Daycare T-Shirt ($10 ea.)

  • Blue Bottoms

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Rules
  • No Hair Beads

  • No Necklaces 

  • No Earrings

  • No Rings

  • No Jewelry of any kind.

  • No Non-Uniforms 

  • No weapons

  • No Profanity

Uniforms Example
Illness Policy
Mack Family Daycare is a "well-child care facility". At no time do we provide sick childcare. The following illness policies will be strictly enforced, for the health, well-being and safety of all concerned. Under no circumstances may a parent bring a sick child to daycare, if the child shows any signs of illness of:
  • Fever: Fever is defined as having a temperature of 100°F or higher taken under the arm, 101°F taken orally, or 102°F taken rectally. For children 4 months or younger, the lower rectal temperature of 101°F is considered a fever threshold; (a child needs to be fever free for a minimum of 24 hours before returning to daycare, that means the child is fever free without the aid of Tylenol®, or any other fever reducing substance.)
  • Fever AND sore throat, rash, vomiting, diarrhea, earache, irritability, or confusion.
  • Diarrhea: runny, watery, bloody stools, or 2 or more loose stools within last 4 hours.
  • Vomiting: 2 or more times in a 24 hour period. Note: please do not bring your child if they have vomited in the night.
  • Breathing trouble, sore throat, swollen glands, loss of voice, hacking or continuous coughing.
  • Runny nose (other than clear), draining eyes or ears.
  • Frequent scratching of body or scalp, lice, rash, or any other spots that resemble childhood diseases, including ringworm.
Sick children will expose all children and staff members who they come in contact with. These people can in turn expose the other children. If other children become ill due to exposure to your sick child, either because he/she was returned to day care before full recovery or because he/she was not picked up promptly upon notice of becoming ill, other parents will be unnecessarily inconvenienced.

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Call Us: 323-331-5995  /   mackdaycare@gmail.com   /  www.mackdaycare.com / 11916 Orchard Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90044

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