My World of Smiling Faces Childcare and Tutoring Center
My World of Smiling Faces Childcare and Tutoring Center
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We are a leader in the early entry to school "tested-in" program for Pre-k in the Prince George's County Public School system. We also use the "www.abcmouse.com" learning program to help mold your childs development. 

 

  We Pride ourselves on all the great work that we do and the awesome services that we provide in our credentialed program .

*I believe that self-esteem is the critical component to optimal growth in young children. In order for children to develop a high self-esteem, I focus on developing the socialization and self-help skills needed to succeed in other areas of development. Children at My World of Smiling Faces Child Care & Tutoring Centerare given the opportunity to explore, experiment and create in a safe and nurturing environment. My World of Smiling Faces Child Care & Tutoring Centerwill provide developmentally appropriate care which supports emotional, social and physical growth with their development.    

   *All meals that we serve are monitored by the State of Maryland federally funded food program to ensure we provide healthy and nutritious meals to your children.  Each day a breakfast, lunch, supper and 2snacks is provided to each child. 

   *All children enrolled in My World of Smiling Faces are treated with love and respect and provided the opportunity to engage in a wide variety of activities. Our most fundamental objective is to provide for your child(ren) a safe, clean, and loving environment, in which each child will feel that he/she is loved, valued, wanted, and safe.
    *Children are allowed to be Children
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~Please visit the website below for more details~

https://coronavirus.maryland.gov/

 

Exclusion from care:

Symptoms of COVID-19 include:

  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • Fever
  • Chills
  • Muscle pain
  • Sore throat
  • New loss of taste or smell
  • In more severe cases, pneumonia (infection in the lungs)

Other less common symptoms have been reported, including gastrointestinal symptoms like nausea, vomiting or diarrhea.

The vast majority of people recover from this infection. Most people will have mild or moderate symptoms. Older people and those with pre-existing medical conditions have a greater risk for more serious illness.

 

https://phpa.health.maryland.gov/Documents/Child_Care_FAQ_MSDE.pdf

 

How are child care providers to practice social distancing in an early care and education setting? There are many strategies to practice social distancing. These include but are not limited to: 

● All persons entering the facility entry way MUST WEAR A MASK. The masks of the children staying in care may remove their mask after passing through the main entrance

● Staggering arrival and dismissal time for children by group (including the teachers if possible) and avoid mixing groups of children at arrival and dismissal time

● Greeting and receiving children at the door and avoid allowing parents parents/ guardians to enter the building

● Developing a policy and procedure for accepting and excluding children

● Enforcing 6 feet distance between children and staff when direct care is not being provided

● Creating distance between children when doing table work

● Requiring that children stay home if anyone in the home is ill

● Messaging to parents that keeping their child home is the first and best option

● Incorporating outside play time as able with more than 6 feet between children and only a small group outside at the same time (with no use of playground equipment that cannot be cleaned)

● Limiting item sharing

● Avoiding mixing of groups of children and teachers (including sharing bathrooms) to the greatest extent possible See the link below for additional strategies to practice social distancing in child care:

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Address

 

My World of Smiling Faces Family Childcare Center

6 weeks - 5 years old

(not in all day school)

4516 Maple Rd.

Suitland, MD 20746

 

My World Tutoring Center and Before and After Care Program

Children 5 (in all day school) - 12 years of age

 

My World Mentoring Program

Children 13-15 years of age

 

My World Special Needs and Education Program

Children 6 weeks - 22 years of age 

 

Phone

301 806-3500

301-568-4516

 

 

Business hours

School agers (5 to 12 years old)

Monday - Friday 6:30am-6:00pm

 

All Dayers (6weeks to 5 years old not in school)

9 hour blocks must be established.

Monday - Friday 6:30am-5:30pm

 

*Mentoring Programs

Monday - Thursday (Classes / Meetings / Sessions / Training)

Scheduled appointments only

  5:45pm-6:00pm

 

Saturday (12:00pm-2:00pm)

by appointment only

 

 

Or use our contact form.

News

New information every month that helps you grow with your child.

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Local news for any information about school delays or early closures due to weather

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Local News Information:

http://www.myfoxdc.com/ 

Arts and Crafts for family fun: 

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E-mail us:

https://topez1372@yahoo.com

https://topez1372@gmail.com

 

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