Ready, Set, Grow! (Early Education)

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Ready, Set, Grow! (Early Education) 2017-07-17T10:12:06+00:00

        A Unique Program

                …With Unique Benefits

About Ready, Set, Grow
(Early Education)

Our credentialed learning specialists engage our young students in developmentally appropriate learning that is both purposeful and playful.  Through implementation of the California Department of Education’s Preschool Learning foundations, our early learners are provided with child-centered play and fun-filled enrichment activities that support social-emotional development, language, literacy and mathematics. Through whole group and small group specialized instruction our students gain the foundational skills that support continued educational success.

Application Process

  1. Contact Office Manager, Shirley Rodriguez, 415 883-3942, to initiate the application process.  Ms. Rodriguez will help you complete the application packet and guide you through the sign up process.
  2. Submit the paperwork that is part of your application packet.
  3. Ms. Rodriquez will contact you after your application has been reviewed.
Academic gains with credentialed Educations Specialists
Explicit focus on building empathy and compassion
Small teacher- to-student ratio
Instruction tailored to individual student’s needs
Accelerated growth in language development

What’s Blooming in the Classrooms?

What is Education Services?

More About Our Program

NUSD’s Ready Set Grow provides special education services for identified students between the ages of three and five years when assessment results show that mild, non-intensive or moderate services are the most appropriate and least restrictive environment to meet their needs.

The continuum of service options includes: speech therapy, occupational therapy, language lab, specialized academic instruction (2.5 hours per day from two up to four days weekly), or a combination of services.  Occupational therapy motor group is provided in each specialized academic classroom weekly to facilitate the development of fine and gross motor skills prior to students’ enrollment in kindergarten.

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