“Safe + Affordable + Loving Child Care”
The mission of MPPA Family Childcare Center Inc. is to provide safe, affordable, and loving quality child care for children in the state of Georgia. In doing so, we support families in their efforts to work and/or attend school by providing a Christian based learning center in the heart of Rockdale and Clayton Counties. MPPAFCCINC 1 & 2 provides a program for all children ages six weeks to twelve years; which is a safe, clean environment where children are encouraged to develop at their own pace. Ms. Pam’s Precious Angels Family Childcare Centers will always have “Angels on Duty” to ensure the best care for your child.
Academic Enrichment :
Our method of teaching is a “hands-on” approach because children, as most people, learn easiest when they are having fun and using their senses.
Our main educational goal is to foster a desire for learning within each child and enrich his/her self-esteem. Therefore, our teachers work closely with your children to ensure that each child is treated justly and has the same opportunities as other students to learn and play.
We present information through games and activities which involve the child. Your child may not necessarily bring home a paper or craft every day; please understand that does not mean “they did nothing” at daycare that day. What it means is that the child is a participant, not just an observer, and is involved in a variety of creative learning activities; some may not just involve paper.
The goals of our curriculum are multi-faceted. Our goals encourage children to be enthusiastic, self-confident, independent, well-mannered learners and we believe that play is the primary mode of learning. Our curriculum also respects individual learning styles and ever-changing interests. Throughout our curriculum we promote growth in all areas of development including, but not limited to social, emotional, cognitive and physical.
Our curriculum goals are achieved through integrated, theme-based activities and conversations with adults and children. Opportunities exist within the classroom for the child to engage in one-on-one activities with the teacher, small group and large group activities, solitary and independent play allowing for opportunities to experiment and explore. Whole group activities are for short periods of time and are suited to the age and ability of the children. Supervised free play and small groups help encourage the imaginations of our children.
One of major grants Georgia has to offer is the CAPS Program and the purpose of this policy is to define non-financial eligibility requirements for CAPS and provide guidelines for verifying that these eligibility requirements are met.
Families may also be required to meet income guidelines as prescribed in CAPS Income Calculations Policy and priority group eligibility as prescribed in CAPS Priority Groups all parties responsible for the administration of the CAPS program, parents, and child care providers who receive subsidies administered by DECAL on behalf of parents.
For the purposes of CAPS, all parents must be a resident of the State of Georgia.
Proof of residency may include one of the following:
1) Current Georgia government issued driver’s license/identification (I.D.) card
2) Current lease or mortgage statement
3) Notarized statement from landlord or person with whom the applicant resides
4) Children’s school records within current school year
5) Voter registration card
6) Motor vehicle registration card with residence address
7) Wage stubs with residence address
8) Work or school I.D. with residence address
9) Current utility bill/statement
10) Current property tax statement
In order to apply for CAPS services, the child in need of care must be 12 years of age or younger at the time of eligibility determination, or 17 years of age or younger if the child has a disability or developmental delay that impacts their learning or has a case plan requiring child care as part of court-ordered supervision.