FasTracKids Preschool Open House is Aug. 24

FasTracKids Preschool invites parents and students to an Open House to meet its teachers and learn more about its program on Wednesday, Aug. 24, at 6 p.m., at the at Boys & Girls Clubs of San Dieguito, Del Mar Branch (14125 Mango Drive, Del Mar, CA 92014).

FasTrack Discoverers is a challenging program that will get your child ready for school. Its program uses Best Practice methodologies as the foundation for the curriculum. This methodology is not based on assumptions, it is instead based on knowledge of how children learn and develop. Proven strategies have been incorporated throughout the program to ensure school readiness. Multiple components of school readiness are imbedded in the curriculum; from early literacy and mathematics concepts and skills to self-regulation and focused attention, these components are all important to a child’s growth. Children will develop math, literacy, science and social skills in context with everyday classroom activities. The early childhood years are important when it comes to musical development and that is why music is imbedded in its Discoverers program. For more information on how your child can get on the fast track, visit or call 858-720-0111.

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