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Youth Education

The goals of our youth educational program are to provide families with access to educational resources necessary to close the achievement gap and prepare them for competition in a global environment.  Our S.T.E.A.M. (Science Technology Engineering Art and Math) focus is critical to this mission and is therefore the foundation for all our programs. Enrichment components, exciting field trips, and parent engagement round out the programs for the families we serve.

RBP Christian Academy and Child Care Center (RBPCACCC) is a FIVE Star center serving children regardless of race, gender, ethnicity, or economic status, with educational resources necessary to prepare them for academic, artistic, and social excellence that serves children, infant through school age, 97% of whose families qualify for free lunch.  Our classrooms reflect student led inquiry and expose even our youngest to the world around them.

  • Infant to School Age Children Accepted
  • DSS Vouchers Accepted
  • FULLY CREDENTIALED STAFF
  • Flexible Hours, Monday through Friday, 6:30 AM to 6:00 PM
  • Open Most School Holidays, Early Dismissals and Teacher Workdays
  • Nutritious Meals Served Daily
  • Some Transportation Available
  • Low Staff-Child Ratios – Small Class Sizes
  • Large Spacious Camera Monitored Classrooms

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Project Y.E.S.S. (Youth Empowered for Success and Service) Academy  Afterschool, Summer Camp and Saturday Academy programs all use a   Project Based Learning approach to offer students an opportunity to explore S.T.R.E.A.M. while also improving basic academic performance in reading and math.

  • SCIENCE: Learning to use the Scientific Method students explore biology, the life cycle, chemistry, matter, and force, water, light and electricity. Youth in our community garden program grow fresh vegetables for their families and can become Junior Master Gardeners while learning about gardening and healthy eating.  The gardening program is expanding this year to include meal preparation for the students in our SEED2Plate Edible Garden program.
     
  • TECHNOLOGY: Students are heavily supported with technology using iPads, laptops, cell phones, our 16-station computer lab, virtual reality, and more. Students learn to use technology in their academic pursuits and learn coding.
     
  • READING: Reading is foundational for all educational pursuits.  We strive to have our students excel in reading, offering tutoring and interventions when needed.  Frequent book giveaways help our students begin to build libraries at home that include books that they choose themselves.
     
  • ENGINGEERING: Students learning the Engineering Design Process to find solutions to various problems.  Students have created water filtration systems, boats that float, hot air balloons, solar ovens, bridges, towers, and more. 
     
  • ART: Providing exposure and opportunity to explore creative artistic expression, helps our students develop self-confidence.  Students explore visual, graphic, performance, language, and media art in various creative and engaging forms.
     
  • MATH: While we certainly focus on academics, our math here offers students more than just getting the basics.  Using math games, teaching math tricks and problem-solving strategies, and “seeing” the math in everything help students to trust their math knowledge and improve academic performance.

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SEED TO PLATE EDIBLE GARDEN PROGRAM
will help our families develop healthy food relationships as they discover, grow, maintain, and use the edible gardens to provide healthier food options for their meals.

RBP SEED TO PLATE Program is dedicated to the transformation of our child nutrition programs by using edible gardens to provide hands‐on experiences that help even our youngest children, and their families connect to food in a healthier way. We will increase access to healthy environments to impact eating habits and family relationships to food, nature, health, and each other.

By integrating the edible garden S.T.E.A.M. activities into our childcare and summer camp programs, our students and their families will develop healthier values about nourishment, sustainability and stewardship, and community and be impacted academically as well. RBP SEED TO PLATE Program, at its heart, will be a dynamic and joyful learning experience for every child.

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