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5356 West 16th Avenue.
Hialeah, Florida 33012
About Us

Our Philosophy

Our Learning program is based on the foundation that children learn by doing things. As result we offer exciting and real experiences in a warm and loving environment. This will help the children to increase awareness, develop sensitivity to themselves and others and learn to solve problems creatively. The teacher's role involves formal and informal assessment of the level of each child's play, and structuring of an environment that promotes even higher levels of learning. Our program believes each child is an explorer who learns best through the exploration of the actual world around them. At our center, parents and staff can share valuable insights, talents and interests to maintain an excellent learning experience for children.

Our Mission

• Our mission is to provide each child with security and learning in a respectful and loving environment, rich in multicultural experiences and daily learning activities.
• Enhance learning through the use of Creative Curriculum.
• Use a positive behavior plan that emphasizes respect and responsibility.
• Provide children with the foundation needed to build self-esteem, develop school competence, and the needed skills for higher levels of learning.

Safety and Security:

For the security and the safety of our children, families and staff, Jiny's Learning Center has 8 surveillance cameras inside and outside the school's playground. The cameras run 24 hours and record our every day and night events.


Florida Association For Child Care Management

Early Childhood Education and Quality Child Care have become vitally important industries. The quality of the learning experiences young children have as they spend their days in center-based care is a focal point of the school readiness movement. The Florida Association For Child Care Management (F.A.C.C.M.) is a dynamic organization that is active in many facets of the child care industry including legislation, accreditation and management issues.

F.A.C.C.M. is committed to the development and implementation of programs, techniques and strategies, which improve the quality and affordability of early childhood education. F.A.C.C.M. is unique in that it functions from the perspective of the owner or management of the child care facility .The organization is committed to advocacy in the legislature of the state of Florida for child care related issues and employs their own lobbyist. F.A.C.C.M also administers the national A.P.P.L.E Accreditation program for licensed child care programs.

Accredited Professional Preschool Learning Environment

Accredited Professional Preschool Learning Environment (APPLE) is a voluntary national accreditation program. In the state of Florida, programs must be a member of the Florida Association for Child Care Management in order to receive this as a member benefit. The two step accreditation process, a self study followed by a verification visit, is an evaluation of the indicators of quality as reflected in each individual program. All components of a program are examined including: Administration, classroom environment, and parent and community involvement, advocacy on behalf of children and child care, staffing credentials, staff to child ratios, teacher/child interaction, literacy and curriculum.

In 1996, the Florida Legislature established the Gold Seal Quality Care Program to acknowledge child care facilities and family day care homes that are accredited by nationally recognized agencies and whose standard reflect quality in the level of care and supervision provided to children. In addition, the Legislature established provisions for Gold Seal providers participating in the subsidized child care program, a.k.a. school readiness and early Learning, to receive a higher reimbursement per child, than providers not receiving a Gold Seal designation.