Administrative & Enrollment Office

903 10th Avenue Redwood City, CA 94063 - (650) 482-2417

Taft Preschool children take lessons from the Tooth Fairy!
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    Child Development Center Enrollment Office
    903 10th Avenue
    Tel. (650) 482-2417 Fax. (650) 482-5998
     
     
    Enrollment Specialists:  Herminia (Mina) Baladad & Xiomara Navarro 
    Office Assistant:  Dean Reconose
    Child, Family & Community Liaison:  Lu Echeverria, MFT-A
    Principal of Child Development Centers:  Edna Margarita R. Carmona 
  • Adelante Selby Spanish Immersion Child Development Center
    170 Selby Lane

    Atherton 94027
    (650) 482-5957

    Full-day and part-day preschool
    License # 414001399
    Site Supervisor: Aida Ortiz de Aguilar 

  • Garfield Child Development Center
    3600 Middlefield Road
    Menlo Park 94025
    (650) 482-2811

    Full-day and part-day preschool
    License # 410505767
    Site Supervisor: Anna Franceschi 

  • Hawes Child Development Center
    909 Roosevelt Avenue
    Redwood City  94061
    (650) 367-4390
     
    Part-day preschool
    License #: 414001937
    Site Supervisor: Ivonne Castillo-Smith
  • Hoover Child Development Center
    701 Charter Street
    Redwood City 94063
    (650) 482-5960

    Full day and part-day preschool
    License # 410518747
    Site Supervisor: Roxana Peña

  • John Gill Child Development Center
    555 Avenue Del Ora
    Redwood City, CA  94062
    (650) 482-2804

    Full-day preschool
    License # 414003050 
    Site Supervisor: Irma Sanchez  
  • Roosevelt Child Development Center
    2434 McGarvey Avenue
    Redwood City 94061
    (650) 367-4041

    Full-day and part-day preschool
    License # 410506949
    Site Supervisor: Elvira Cortez 

  • Taft Child Development Center
    903 10th Avenue
    Redwood City 94063
    (650) 482-5992

    Part-day preschool
    License # 414001400
    Site Supervisor: Claudia Araiza 

Selby Lane Students Engage in Puzzles with Teacher
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