All of these elements are very important here at Mona Montessori Brilliance Academy where all of our toys are cleaned everyday with eco-friendly products. Mona Montessori Brilliance Academy goes above and beyond the normal practices to insure a germ-free environment for your child. This allows the children to have more fun while playing and parents don’t have to worry about their child bringing home infection. We understand that your first priority is your child and their health and well-being and we agree, because it is OURS too! Brilliance Preschool & Academy staff ensure preventative cleaning measures to protect your child from these germs, viruses and bacteria.
At Mona Montessori Brilliance Academy security is a top priority and that’s why we’ve invested in the most up-to-date equipment so that the safety of your child is always monitored and protected.
We at the Mona Montessori Brilliance Academy know you want to make an informed choice when selecting a center and program for your child. The following links provide useful information that can help you feel confident that you've made the best possible choice.
National Child Care Association—The NCCA is active in national childcare issues and works in Washington to balance the quality, affordability, and availability of licensed, private childcare and education programs.
National Association for the Education of Young Children—NAEYC administers an accreditation system to improve the quality of education and care provided in programs for young children. Its Web site provides information for families concerning early childhood development and childcare issues.
National Network for Child Care—NNCC unites the expertise of many of the nation's leading universities to share knowledge about children and childcare. The site offers over 1000 publications and childcare resources, an e-mail discussion group, a quarterly newsletter, and more. Almanac of Policy Issues: Child Care Issues—The Almanac offers background information, archived documents, and links on childcare issues in the U.S.
Administration for Children and Families—The ACF is a federal agency that funds state, territory, local, and tribal organizations to provide family assistance (welfare), child support, childcare, Head Start, child welfare, and other programs relating to children and families.
National After School Association—The NAA is a professional association dedicated to the development, education, and care of children and youth during their out-of-school hours. Its site offers publications, articles, and numerous other resources for parents.
HealthyKids.com—The companion Web site to the magazine. It provides expert advice on health and safety, food and nutrition, family issues, enriching activities, recipes, and more.
Healthy Child—This informative Web site features hundreds of reliable, in-depth articles, resources, and quality information about natural, holistic parenting plus carefully selected natural, non-toxic products for keeping your babies and kids safe and healthy.