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Justine's Story: From Cradle to Career

In April 1986, CentroNía opened its doors to local families—primarily low-income, working immigrants—in need of affordable childcare for their infants and toddlers. Today, 30 years later, our life-changing programs reach more than 2,400 children and families, providing educational benefits that can be seen in the child’s subsequent school years and beyond.In honor of its 30th anniversary,...

Discovering Science through Guided Pretend Play at CentroNía

The DC Commission for the Arts and Humanities recently published a blog post featuring CentroNía's Art Educator Elizabeth Bruce's Theatrical Journey Project. With support from the DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities, Elizabeth Bruce has developed this class for young children designed to nurture creativity skills, build language & cognition skills and lay a foundation for science...

CentroNía's 30th Anniversary VIP Reception!

Join us as we celebrate CentroNía's 30th Anniversary!This year CentroNía celebrates 30 years of educating children and strengthening families in the greater Washington, D.C. region! In 1986, CentroNía opened its doors to local families, many of whom were immigrants, in need of affordable childcare for their young children. Our bilingual program initially served fifteen children in the basement...

Prince George's County Executive Rushern L. Baker visits CentroNía

February 25, 2016 - CentroNía was proud to host Rushern L. Baker, Prince George's County Executive, at our site in Maryland. CentroNía President & CEO, Myrna Peralta, and CentroNía Maryland Director, Rosalba Bonilla-Acosta, led Mr. Baker on a tour of our bilingual Pre-K and Early Head Start classrooms at the site. During his visit, he learned about the high-quality programs and services...

CentroNía Participates in Interview with Telemundo

On February 20, 2016, Rosalba Bonilla-Acosta, Director of CentroNía Maryland and Esteban Morales, CentroNía Institute Director, represented CentroNía in an interview with Linea Directa—a weekly talk show that airs every Saturday on Telemundo Washington. In the interview, Esteban and Rosalba discussed why access to early childhood education is vital for children's academic success. “The latest...

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