|WSOS center in Perrysburg introduces new site, supervisor|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Thursday, 05 September 2013 08:25|
The WSOS Child Development Center in Perrysburg has moved to 28744 Simmons Road. In addition, it is now under the direction of a new center supervisor, Melanie Miller.
Miller has worked with WSOS for 12 years and has a bachelor's degree in education from the University of Cincinnati.
The center, which is currently recruiting children three and four years old in Perrysburg and Rossford, houses two preschool classrooms in the morning and two in the afternoon. Children from the Rossford community will also be accepted for preschool at the center in Perrysburg.
Parents can choose to have their child attend either mornings or afternoons, and the child will attend classes for three and a half hours from Monday to Thursday. Also, teachers visit each family's home twice per year and there are two parent-teacher conferences per year. Class sizes range from 13-17 children per class.
Children enrolled in WSOS preschool programs receive comprehensive services that include social services, health and dental services, mental health services, nutrition, disability services, and most importantly, parental involvement.
WSOS' early childhood programs are based on the philosophy that the parent is the child's first teacher, so parents are involved as much as possible and encouraged to join their child whenever possible.
Families who enroll their children in the WSOS program benefit by having access to a variety of community resources, diverse parent education programs, and other social services that can assist the family to become self-sufficient.
Parents and/or guardians may call the center and request a tour of the center or ask about income guidelines at 419-874-4644or toll free at 1-800-775-9767.
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