Early Intervention Preschool

The Ann Storck Center Preschool serves infants, toddlers and preschool-aged children between the ages of three months to five years old. We are focused on developing your child’s educational, social and physical skills.


Year after year, parents regale stories about how doctors said their child would “never walk” or “never speak” or had “little chance of progress” and these same parents along with their families and friends applaud as their little ones later receive their diploma on graduation day. Ann Storck Center’s success of assisting students in developing their skills and achieving their highest potential is second to none.  

 

ASC's Early Intervention Program provides children who exhibit developmental delays and disabilities with an individualized educational plan and services to help them have a better start on life. The success of the Program is evident through the cognitive and physical progress tracked by teachers and the support we provide to families to assist their little ones in achieving their goals.

Preschool Features

  • Early Intervention Program for Infants and Toddlers, Intensive Department of Education (DOE) Classrooms, Specialized DOE Classrooms and Integrated DOE Classrooms.

  • Small class sizes that integrate typically developing children with children receiving Exception Student Education services.

  • Low teacher to student ratios

  • Certified teachers working in tandem with licensed therapists.

  • Wrap around services of Before Care, After Care, an 8 week Summer Camp, an Extended School Year DOE Program and 11 days of Non-School Day Child Care.

  • Full Time Nursing Services

  • Therapeutic Services including Occupational, Speech and Language Pathology, Physical Therapy, Applied Behavioral Analysis.

  • Implementation of School Board approved curriculum and assessments with extensive use of manipulative toys, assistive technology and adaptive equipment.

  • Nutritional Services including specialized diets, free healthy breakfast, hot healthy lunch and healthy snacks.

  • Therapeutic playgrounds with soft safety surfaces and shade structures.

  • Opportunities for Parent Involvement.

  • School Wellness Program

Early Intervention Program for Infants and Toddlers

  • Children can receive prescribed Occupational, Physical and Speech therapy services at school from licensed therapists.

  • Accepting subsidized child care.

  • Weekly tuition fees range from $125 - $145 per week based on age.

  • Scholarship assistance is available based on documented need.

  • Infant and Toddler Program follows the Broward County School Board calendar, however 11 days of non-school day childcare are provided with registration.

  • Full-Time Summer Camp Program available for registration.

  • Daily nutritional services: healthy breakfast, hot healthy lunch and healthy snacks throughout the school day.

  • Full – Time Nursing Services

  • Weekly classroom music therapy sessions.

  • Therapeutic playground with soft safety surface.

     

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION PROGRAMS

Exceptional Student

Education Programs

  • Children with special needs ages 3-5 years old are referred to our program by the School Board of Broward County.

  • Therapeutic Services are delivered in or outside of the classroom between Department of Education hours of 9am - 2pm.

  • School Board approved curriculum and assessments are delivered by ESE Certified teachers.

  • Intensive Classrooms (medically fragile) with 3:1 ratio and Specialized Classrooms with 4:1 ratio.

  • Follows Broward County School Board calendar, program offers 11 days of non-school day childcare with registration.

  • After care available from 2 p.m. – 5 p.m. Payments are determined on a sliding fee scale based on your family size and income.

  • Extended School Year Department of Education Summer Program available for eligible children.

  • 8 week MOST (Maximizing Out of School Time) Special Needs Summer Camp Program available with registration.

  • Full Time Nursing Services

  • Daily nutritional services: healthy breakfast, hot healthy lunch and healthy snacks throughout the school day.

  • Weekly classroom music therapy sessions.

  • Therapeutic playground with soft safety surface and shade structures

Before care available beginning at 7 a.m.

Space is limited.

$35 per week.

This program is funded by the School Board of Broward County.

Includes healthy breakfast, hot healthy lunch and healthy snacks.

MOST After Care Program

  • Provides a safe, positive out of school time programming for children with special needs.

  • Enhances academic achievement, supports social and physical development and strengthens relationships with peers.

  • Incorporates best practices with qualified, enthusiastic, well-trained, and consistent staff. Ratios are 3:1 or 4:1 in all classrooms.

  • Program activities are designed to increase functional skills to enable children to participate to the fullest extent possible in traditional settings.

  • Services include: 60 minutes per day of reading enrichment activities, minimum of 2 weekly science activities, minimum of 30 minutes per day of math activities, 40 minutes per day of physical fitness activities, water safety classes, social skill building, nutrition, service learning projects, family involvement, and cultural arts education and enrichment activities.

  • Tuition is based on a sliding fee scale.

Provides a safe, positive out of school time programming for children with special needs.

This program is funded by the Children's Services Council of Broward County.

Comments and Partner Reviews

“The provider did a wonderful job. The staff are very caring and nurturing towards the children. They encourage the children, provide assistance, and deliver age appropriate lessons that are designed to meet the children’s needs.” - Children’s Services Council Fall Monitor

 

“The Ann Storck Center Preschool scored a 100% on all areas of observable elements. Planning, organization and management of student settings, presentation of content, behavior management, evaluation of student and program records management, communication and student performance and professional knowledge.” - Results from the School Board of Broward County Walkthrough Summary

 

“The staff members are in absolute tune with the needs of the children they serve. The staff ratios are very small, so this allows them to give a great deal of attention to the individual needs of the children.” - Children’s Services Council Summer Monitor

 

 

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Ann Storck Center

1790 SW 43rd Way
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33317

954 584-8000


info@annstorckcenter.org

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