The Manor ISD Child Development Center (CDC) recently received two donations from Workforce Solutions Capital Area, a non-profit organization responsible for the planning, oversight and evaluation of workforce development activities in the Austin/Travis County area.
As part of its donations, Workforce Solutions Capital Area donated a Kaplan Engage 2 multi-touch table PC to the CDC for being a quality four star vendor. The PC will engage children as they learn new skills and explore technology. The organization also awarded $3,575 to the center due to its expansion of the infant and toddler program.
“I’m beyond excited and proud that we’ve added a new infant and toddler room that has allowed us to accommodate 10 children in each program, in addition to hiring four exceptional teachers to serve them,” said CDC Coordinator Stacy Signaigo. “The expansion has helped us greatly in removing names from our waiting list."
In addition, the CDC was nominated for Workforce Solutions Capital Area Outstanding Childcare Provider Award. The center is being nominated for its efforts in providing quality child care services to children while supporting the further development of its staff and the advancement of early childhood education.
As a strong advocate for early childhood education, Manor ISD thanks Workforce Solutions Capital Area for their generous donations and congratulates the CDC's staff for their remarkable efforts and commitment to the facility.