CentroNía is excited to announce a new partnership with Stevens Early Learning Center, DC Public School’s (DCPS) first stand-alone early learning center opening in the newly renovated Thaddeus Stevens historical building located in downtown DC (1050 21st Street, NW). As a citywide school, families can live anywhere in DC to attend and DCPS will provide PreK3 and PreK4 programming, with a focus on high-risk children. CentroNía will open 4 infant and toddler classrooms (age 0-3 years) with an enrollment of at least 32 children*. The center is expected to open mid-November 2020.
On Thursday, September 17, CentroNía will join the team at Stevens ELC for two virtual meet and greet introductions at 10:00 AM and 3:00 PM. At these events, staff will share details about programming, discuss enrollment, and give attendees an opportunity to ask questions. If you are interested in attending, please email StevensELCenroll@k12.dc.gov or call 202-698-0677 to be added to the invitation.
Enrollment is currently underway for all ages at Stevens ELC. If you are interested, read the following details regarding enrollment:
- Infants & Toddlers (0-3 years): Complete the CentroNía waitlist application and indicate “DC – Stevens ELC” when asked what location you‘d like to enroll. Please note, families enrolled in Pre-K at Stevens ELC will receive enrollment preference with CentroNía.
- Pre-K (3-5 years): Learn more about Stevens ELC teachers and enrollment at the school website or by contacting them by email at StevensELCenroll@k12.dc.gov or call 202–698-0677. To support families with virtual learning, English and Spanish support is available at the front office and iPads will be distributed.
CentroNía looks forward to working in partnership with DCPS at Stevens ELC to provide high-quality early childhood education services to children and families in DC.
*Due to current coronavirus restrictions, enrollment at Stevens ELC is temporarily limited to 32 seats in accordance with the current guidance for health and safety.