Welcome to Kids Harbor Learning Center
As an Owner/ Director, I'd like to tell you about myself and all the wonderful new opportunities available for you and your family here at Kids Harbor Learning Center of St. Lucie County Home of the little Sailors.
My career is my passion. I have been working in the childcare field since 1999 and I absolutely love what I do.
I am a mother of three exceptional children. Israel, 23 years old who been active in the Navy for 4 years; Helen, 9 years old who loves to read, and do Dramatic Arts, Hector, 7 years old who loves to play football. I have lived in the Port St. Lucie area since 2010 with my husband Dr. Hector De la Morena.
I was born in Cuba in 1976, and I came to United State when I was 22 years old.
I would like to give special thanks to my husband, my mother, my sister, and my friends for being part of this dream, I could not have done it without you guys!!!
I started my working career in Child Care field when my oldest son was one year old. I immediately fell in love with Early Childhood and continued my education towards to obtain my credentials, and experience in order to provide families with a quality Childcare service for their children.
I also have an Associate Degree in Science.
Kids Harbor is a Dream come true in my family, and is here to provide a safe, healthy and educational environment where children can discover and develop their unique abilities.
Nadieska La O
• That children are precious and must receive care from adults who are capable and caring--whose values
enable them to be excellent role models.
• That children should experience numerous positive learning milestones, leading to an increased sense of
competence and independence.
• That children's play is extremely vital to healthy physical development, acceptable social skills, and
• That teachers, drawing upon their training and experience, must create an appropriate educational
environment which carefully guides children from one developmental level to another.
• That parents contribute to and enhance the quality of care offered at Kids Harbor Learning Center.
Kids Harbor welcomes those of diverse faiths, ethnic origins, and race. While diversity may include different faiths, gender roles, socioeconomic status, and ethnicity it is not limited to just these areas. We believe that diversity also includes the different physical, cognitive, and social abilities that one possesses. We strive to create a developmentally appropriate classroom environment that not only reflects each child’s unique abilities but also encompasses their home culture and experiences as well. One of the most important things that we can do to teach our children about diversity is through role modeling that all people are treated with kindness and respect.
At Kids Harbor children are gently encouraged to discover their individual strengths and unique talents. We believe that each child possesses a marvelous capacity to learn. Learning is best accomplished in a place that is emotionally secure, physically safe, and fun!
Funnydaffer is a School Readiness Curriculum Approved by the Florida Office of Early Learning & Department of Education It’s a serious curriculum with a silly name…we call it FUNNYDAFFER! Funnydaffer is a complete, fully customizable, on-line Preschool Curriculum. Because you as a parent can follow our daily lesson plans that we share with you every week in our Parent Engagement APP
For now, we want you to know that Funnydaffer is a Complete, Fully Customizable Curriculum Solution for our preschool. This was a program built by teachers, for teachers – so we know what we need in order to keep our kids engaged and our classroom running smoothly.
*Leverage professional communications, easy-to-access in parent's phone, and the opportunity for real-time updates from the classroom to enhance the parent and staff experience.
* We Share childcare activities and daily reports.
*We Streamline parent communication with two-way, in-app messaging.
* We Share photos and videos.
*We Record and share student milestones.
*We send our center’s latest news and events.
Teaching kids to count is fine, but teaching them what counts is best.