Family Service Welcomes Pre-K Enrollments; Hiring Teachers
Original post made by Katherine Chouteau on Aug 2, 2007
Family Service's Family Literacy Program will engage children in a variety of literacy-building activities-using the new California State Preschool Foundations as a guide-and will honor the language and customs of the children participating in the program. Active parent participation is required. To be eligible, children must be born on or before December 2nd, 2003. The school year begins September 10th, 2007 and ends June 11th, 2008 with a choice of sessions that run from either 8:30 AM-11:30 AM or 1:00 PM-4:00 PM. Free class space is available to those who qualify.
To register, parents should bring their child's birth certificate and a copy of their immunization record to the open enrollment day. Those interested in applying for free class space should also bring their current gross income information. For more information, please call 650-403-4300, x4933 and leave a message.
Preschool Positions Available
Family Service's Early Learning Child Development Center is also hiring two full-time positions for the upcoming school year: preschool teacher and associate teacher. Bilingual (English/Spanish) candidates are preferred and positions include medical benefits and paid time off. Family Service is an equal opportunity employer. For more information on the respective positions, please visit www.familyserviceagency.org, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or call Human Resources at 650-403-4300.
Family Service Agency of San Mateo County is a private non-profit organization that for 56 years has helped children, families and older adults build positive and productive lives through the provision of programs and services. For more information on Family Service, please call 650-403-4300 or visit www.familyserviceagency.org.
If you were a member and logged in you could track comments from this story.
Scott’s Seafood Mountain View to close, reopen as new concept
By Elena Kadvany | 12 comments | 3,701 views
Having A Hard Time Getting Your Child To Dive Into Their Summer Reading? Take A Trip To Bookopolis…
By Erin Glanville | 0 comments | 576 views