Camelot Kids 2880 Rowena Ave, Los Angeles, CA90039 Camelot Kids offers a wealth of programs for the children of Los Angeles. Led by Director Renae Plant, Camelot Kids is…More more than just a pre-school. It has a kindergarten, parent and child programs for 5- 30-month-olds and a summer camp. The school is in a historic building retrofitted with environmentally sustainable materials and features a playground, parking and customized classrooms.
Holy Family Services 840 Echo Park Ave, Los Angeles, CA90026 Holy Family Services is a licensed non-denominational adoption and foster care agency. It offers an array of services,…More ranging from birth parent to post adoption services. The center provides counseling, temporary foster care and parenting workshops as well.
Hilltop Nursery School 3625 Marathon St, Los Angeles, CA90026 Hilltop Nursery School is a parent-participation cooperative preschool. It serves kids 2 to 5 years of age and…More provides financial aid to qualified families. The school, which utilizes a "free-choice, play-based, emergent curriculum," is open during the week and offers part-time, full-time and extended-day programs for kids.
Rosemont Early Education Center 421 Rosemont Ave, Los Angeles, CA90026 The Rosemont Early Education Center offers childcare services for children ages two through five. In order to attend the…More center, a child must have a parent who is currently working, going to school or seeking employment. The child also must be completely potty trained. Childcare services are based on an individual family's needs. The students are grouped into age-appropriate classrooms where each teacher has a unique lesson plan for the day.
Los Angeles Family School 2646 Griffith Park Blvd, Los Angeles, CA90039 Los Angeles Family School is non-profit school for children ages 2 to 6. LAFS is a progressive pre-school that…More encourages parent participation and a rich community among families, teachers and children. Children learn thoughtfulness for others, problem solving skills and the components of peaceful conflict resolution; imagination and creativity are encouraged.
Founded in 1999, the Echo Parenting and Education (formerly the Center for Nonviolent Education and Parenting) was…More created by Ruth Beaglehole. After a decade of working as a preschool teacher and parent educator, Beaglehole developed a nonviolent parenting philosophy in respone to the violent behavior patterns that she observed.</p>
<p>The Echo Parenting and EducationCenter provides parenting resources, including a variety of professional services, an educational newsletter and community events.</p>
<p><a href="http://www.theechocenter.org/who-we-are/about-ruth"> </a>Parenting classes are held at the Echo Parenting and<br>Education Center in the Echo Park United Methodist Church.</p>