As a mother and an Early Childhood Educator children have always been my passion. I graduated from the Early Childhood Education at Delta College in 2001. I have worked in a number of Preschools such as, Merry Hills Schools, Head Start, including Family Daycare settings. In 2004, I welcomed a beautiful baby boy into this world and it only made sense to continue down the childcare path I love and open my own Daycare.



My Portfolio
I have a Teacher Credential from the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing. The permit authorizes me to provide service on the care, development, and instruction of children in a child care and development program, and to supervise a Child Development Associate Teacher or Assistant. It also refects the skills and knowledge the commitment to quality teaching and learning in the classrooms and schools of California and my continued dedication to the most noble profession.
This certificate is an Associates Degree in Advanced Early Childhood Ecuation cerifies that I took a range of courses in Child Development and some of them are: Language Arts, Early Cognitive Learning, Child Discipline, Play and Learning, Preschool Art, Preschool Science, Children, Imagination, and Books, and many more.


Head Start

I have experince working in Head Start Schools. Head Start's primary mission is preparing young children to enter school. Head Start has a long history of success and takes pride in being a national model for child and family development. Traditionally, Head Start served children from 3–5 years of age. Holistic approach to child growth and development including attention to areas such as health and nutrition.

Ages and Stages

The Ages & Stages Questionnaires system, reliable way to screen infants and young children for developmental delays during the crucial first 5 years of life. Parents complete the simple, questionnaires on developmental areas: communication, gross motor, fine motor, problem solving, and personal-social.



Family Child Care Environment Rating Scale FCCERS to improve my program quality with Inclusion Services: resources, observation, technical assistance, and support. A specialized employee from Family Resource and Referal came to observed my program to make sure I am following the best quality for my Daycare.

Food Program

I belong to the U.S.D.A. Child Care Food Program (Program funding is provided by the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, under the supervision of the California State Dept. of Education) ***Children are given nutritious, well-balanced meals and snacks to be healthy and grow properly ***I must attend at least one nutrition education training each fiscal year. **Monitoring the Food Program is required three times per program year; and three required yearly visits will be unannounced.



Child Care Grant

I am a first time Grant Recepeant from First5 of California. I was granted 4,000 Dollars towards kids furniture, arts and crafts materials, musical instruments and much more!!!

Quality Family Child Care

A family childcare provider continues the parents role of caregiver, nurturer, comforter, and first teacher. The provider is not just a babysitter. A sitter comes into your home for a few hours. You tell her what you want for your child. A family childcare provider welcomes you and your child into her home. She plans meals, schedules, and safety. She organizes the children's activities. She will appreciate your family values and child rearing practices. She is a professional and you can rely on her judgment. Working together as a team, you will provide the best for your child. The provider is not a substitute for you. You are the most important person in your child's life and the provider respects that.

Here are just a few of the advantages of home care!

Your child receives individual attention.
There is structure with more flexibility than in a center.
There is less illness because there are fewer people in and out, which means fewer germs are spread to your child.
Your child is cared for and taught by a trained childcare professional who is usually a mother as well.
Children have an opportunity to play and learn with others in a much smaller group than in a center.
Your child has the same caregiver all day every day. And there is one person who knows exactly what your child has done, eaten, etc. throughout the day.
It is possible for your child to remain with the same provider from infancy up to or through school age.
A quality childcare home may cost more than some day care centers, but the lower number of children, quality of care and consistency of the caregiver makes the difference in price more understandable.