Academy received a five star quality ranking from Oregon’s Quality
Rating and Improvement System (QRIS). This is the highest ranking
possible! The rating is based on quality metrics in education materials,
personnel qualifications, business practices, measurable outcomes and
more. As QRIS says “quality early learning makes a lifetime of
- Aspen Academy in the news:
Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) understands how important a child’s
education and development are to parents and families,
which is why this section is devoted to you.
NAEYC developed the resources in this section to
support families in their early childhood
education and parenting needs. In this section you can learn how to make the Right Choice for Kids, the
importance of and how to find an NAEYC Accredited program in your area, information to give young children a great
start on learning, early childhood
education news from all over the U.S. and world, and the opportunity to visit NAEYC's web
site to learn even more.
Other sections of the web site that
may be of interest include, ordering publications
on parent-teacher relationships, taking an active part in advocating for quality early childhood education,
and celebrating early learning success in an annual Week of
the Young Child.
Help has arrived for parents and
child care providers who want to choose environments
that are safe, healthy, and free of chemicals of concern. The Eco- Healthy Child Care (EHCC) program ensures
that child care settings are as environmentally
healthy as possible.
Senate Bill 895 is a new law about school immunizations. One of the key changes made by Senate Bill 895 was that schools and children’s facilities (preschools, Head Starts and certified child care programs) will be required to have their immunization and exemption rates available at their main offices, on their websites, and for parents on paper or electronic format. This is your notification via electronic format. We will have this information posted on our bulletin board and on our website.
The temporary administrative rules state, “rates may include immunization data collected in the previous school year.” Please see attached