Hoboken Day Care 100 provides a warm, loving and clean environment for your child. Utilizing the Creative Curriculum as well as other proven early childhood methodologies we teach your child through art, music and purposeful play making sure they reach important early learning standards. We enable children to develop confidence, creativity and critical thinking skills. All our staff members are CPR and first aid certified.
In 1972 the City of Hoboken received a HUD Grant to house a number of resources for the community in one building. The City of Hoboken asked Hoboken Day Care 100 to become the resource for subsidized child care. Hoboken Day Care 100 has served many families though subsidized services as well as private day care tuition. We pride ourselves on having a wonderfully diverse student and teacher population that reflects the community that we serve. Our building is conveniently located close to public transportation. Our classrooms are bright, colorful and clean. We have a big open outdoor space where students can run and play.
The mission of our program is to provide children and families with quality child care that promotes individual growth and development. Our goal is to prepare children to be confident and creative lifelong learners by growing physically, socially, emotionally, and cognitively through developmentally appropriate learning activities.
We provide a nutritious
breakfast and afternoon snack for each child.
Milk is provided with
Each child is assigned their own crib/cot for naptime.
Linens are not shared between children.
children will have outside time every day. Infants over 6 months will go for walks locally in their strollers. Toddlers and preschool have use of the backyard area.
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Keeping children of all ages safe and healthy is one of the most important tasks of child care providers.
Keeping our child care environment clean is one of the best ways to help ensure that our children stay healthy. Dirty toys, bedding, linens, eating utensils, and surfaces can carry and spread germs. Regular disinfecting are part of the routine in a child care setting.
Diapering and toileting are two of the most common times that germs are spread in child care. Our teachers know the right way to change diapers and appropriate ways to help children use the toilet in order to greatly reduce the spread of illness in the child care program.
As child care providers, we know that unintentional injuries will happen from time to time. The best way to handle an unintentional injury is to be prepared before it happens. When you know how to respond in an emergency, and have the supplies you need, you are confident and can respond in a timely manner. All Hoboken Day Care 100 staff members are CPR/First Aid certified.
Keeping all children healthy is an important goal of child care programs, and washing hands carefully and thoroughly can help children and child care providers prevent the spread of germs that cause illness. Thorough hand washing can remove as much as 90 percent of the virus-containing particles and bacteria on your skin. That's a lot of protection from infection for the amount of time and effort it takes. Child care providers and children should wash their hands regularly during the day.