Early Childhood Center
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210 West Ashby, 78212
Telephone number: 210-486-0530
Fax number : 210-486-9288
Located at 210 W. Ashby, the San Antonio College Early Childhood Center is an educational lab facility for the Department of Early Childhood Studies. Students, under the close supervision of faculty and child development specialists, work with the children as they train to be early childhood educators. In addition to providing this training, the Center program is designed to provide a model quality child care and education facility for the community.
The San Antonio College Early Childhood Center is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children. NAEYC-accredited programs have demonstrated a commitment to providing a high quality program for young children and their families. Adults involved in the child's life are viewed as partners in the educational process and are encouraged to actively participate in decisions affecting the care and education of the child. The program values diversity and offers an inclusive setting for children.
The Center is open to children, ages 12 months to 4 years, of qualified San Antonio College students. The program focuses on the unique ways in which young children learn. It strives to meet the needs of the "whole child" including the areas of social, emotional, physical, cognitive, creative and language development. The curriculum emphasizes developmentally appropriate learning experiences through play.
Claudia Gonzalez, M.Ed in Early Childhood Education, Texas A&M San Antonio
Early Childhood Teachers
Regina Castillo, B.A.A.S. in Human Relations, Texas A&M University-Kingsville
Teresa Robledo, B.A.A.S in Human Relations, Texas A&M University-Kingsville
Child Development Specialists
Linda Cantu, A.A.S in Child Development, San Antonio College
Yolanda Cruz, A.A.S in Child Development, San Antonio College
Karla Juarez, A.A.S in Child Development, San Antonio College
Martha Gutierrez, B.S.O.E.-Specialization: Child Development, Wayland Baptist University
Maria Garza, B.S.O.E.-Specialization: Early Childhood Development, Wayland Baptist University
(CCAMPIS Grant’s Child Development Specialist)
Mary Ester Moreno
Early Child Care and Education Assistance Application
This application is open to the community to download, but you would have to be a San Antonio College student to apply. (CCAMPIS and Perkins grants available for those students who qualify.)
The spring 2015 Early Child Care and Education Assistance application
will be available on November 10, 2014.
Print application here
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