KinderCare Education, one of the nation’s premier childcare providers, acquired Troy-based Rainbow Child Development Center through an acquisition. The move brought together two highly esteemed providers with extensive presence across the U.S.
Senator Liu rallied parents, teachers, and children at Rainbow Preschool of Flushing to push DOE to keep it open, serving 400 pre-K children from Queens.
Over the Rainbow Early Learning Center provides a full-day preschool program for children ages two to five. They aim to foster positive educational environments in caring and nurturing settings to promote spontaneous learning by capitalizing on children’s natural curiosity while simultaneously enabling intellectual, physical, social, and spiritual development within a safe and stimulating environment.
Our school is on a five-acre campus specifically designed to meet the needs of young children, featuring gardens, greenhouses, farm animal pets, playgrounds, pools, and fields to explore. Students from any race, color, creed, national or ethnic origin are welcomed at this institution.
Staff adhere to the health, safety, cleaning, and masking protocols CDC recommends for Early Learning programs. In addition, we are an approved provider for CARE for Children’s Pre-K Scholarship program, and tuition assistance may be available to eligible families.
Rainbow Learning Center’s school-age programs often take second place to activities for younger children, prompting co-director Minerva Graham and partner Shelia Sanders to develop an engaging program to meet this need. Their comprehensive plan mirrors the classroom experience while engaging children in various learning experiences to extend academic knowledge and skills.
This program offers an alternating day option for elementary-aged children, featuring weekly themes and exciting field trips on school vacation days. Over time, our small group of school-age students and staff become tight-knit and continues to thrive from year to year.
Reading Rainbow School of Education is a beautiful facility with gardens, greenhouses, farm animal pets, and playgrounds allowing imaginative play. Families frequently appreciate being part of a center-based setting as it provides unique socialization opportunities with their peers.
At Rainbow Learning Center, their main aim is to provide your child with an exciting, encouraging, and Christ-focused environment. Their staff are friendly and knowledgeable. They also offer excellent training opportunities to their teachers; their classrooms are kept clean and well-maintained.
KinderCare and Rainbow provide early education, after-school programs, and workplace partnerships for early learning. Gallup has recognized both for employee satisfaction. Each has built a strong reputation for quality of care and educational outcomes – KinderCare operates more accredited centers, while Rainbow boasts industry-leading growth through its powerful new center opening engine.
Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise’s Rainbow Classroom gives instructors the control needed to manage their virtual learning environment, manage data access, and ensure a secure virtual classroom. It includes user-friendly collaboration tools ranging from voice to video that connect people and machines securely.
Awards & Recognition
MAOF/AHWM Rainbow Children’s Center is the only early learning center in its region accredited by NAEYC, licensed to enroll up to 82 children ranging in age from six weeks to five years old, and employing a Highscope curriculum that promotes self-directed learning for optimal development of each student.
At our school, there is also an in-house library offering books to both parents and their children. Furthermore, all enrolled children receive nutritional breakfast, lunch, and snacks; numerous activities are designed for toddlers and preschoolers.
UH Rainbow’s Marcy R. Horvitz Pediatric Emergency Center recently received the Lantern Award from the Emergency Nurses Association (ENA), making them one of only 22 EDs nationwide to do so. This recognition is granted based on ENA’s comprehensive assessment of hospital emergency nursing practice, education, advocacy, and leadership, given annually to a select group of hospitals.
Children can learn basic manners early, making it easier to transfer these skills into adulthood. At Rainbow Rhymes Learning Center, staff can offer assistance in learning to say please or excuse themselves, presenting awards and recognition as incentives that encourage children’s achievements, giving them pride in themselves and pushing them further toward achievement, yet without over-rewarding children.