Nurture - Booker T. Washington Community Service Center

Nurture

Chibi Chan Preschool offers a nurturing and stimulating environment for children age 2 to 5 years old. To support each child’s unique developmental stage, we introduce new concepts according to their individual ability and age. Our curriculum is based upon a Project Approach, which is an in-depth investigation on a topic that is close to the children’s personal experiences and promotes sustained, long-term interest in learning. Throughout the year, we also include many multicultural themes into our curriculum as we value diversity and the communities around us.

For more information, contact Shana Kanzaki.
Phone: (415) 660-7745
Email: ccps@jcyc.org

Hours of Operation: 
Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

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Unleashing Potential (UP) After School is a safe and educational option for parents with children in grade K-8 grades and it is an enhancement to a child’s regular classroom learning. The program provides a curriculum-based approach to academic support with a STEM and STEAM focus, mentors, literacy development; social-emotional development, positive play, character education, music, fitness and nutrition.

In addition to artistic development, the program includes the Conscious Discipline curriculum, a research-based behavior management model that empowers staff to use everyday conflicts to teach children self-regulation and important life skills that encourage pro-social behavior.

For more information, contact Ryan Babbitt
Phone: (415) 928-6569
Email: rbabbitt@btwcsc.org

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We Ready College and Career Readiness for grades 9th – 12th engages young people in intentional, productive, and constructive ways while recognizing and enhancing their strengths. This program promotes positive outcomes by providing opportunities, fostering positive relationships, and giving the support that is needed to develop young people’s assets and prevent risky behaviors.

  • Connection: A feeling of safety, structure, and belonging; positive bonds with people and social institutions.
  • Confidence: A sense of self-worth and mastery; having a belief in one’s capacity to succeed.
  • Character: Taking responsibility; a sense of independence and individuality; connection to principles and values.
  • Competence: The ability to act effectively at school, in social situations, and at work.
  • Contribution: Active participation and leadership in a variety of settings; making a difference.

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Summer Day Camp is a 9-weekday camp 7:00a.m – 6:00p.m  serving youth, ages 5-12.  Day Camp is built on holistic programming focused on out of school learning loss, STEM and STEAM, health and wellness initiatives, mental and social development, empowerment and civic responsibility. Through our camps, BTWCSC is able to provide youth with programming, activities and unique opportunities for a reasonable cost and in a time frame that adapts to the multitude of working families within our area.  

For more information, contact Ryan Babbitt
Phone: (415) 928-6569
Email: rbabbitt@btwcsc.org