Bright Futures Preschool
Located on the Loma Vista Immersion Academy campus, Bright Futures Preschool is a half-day preschool program funded by the California Department of Education’s Child Development Division and operated by Old Adobe Union School District's Child Development Department. We are a Quality Counts program and are designed to meet the developmental needs and to support academic readiness in three and four year old children.
Our goal is to provide preschoolers and their parents the necessary tools needed to succeed in their academic futures, guided by the California Preschool Learning Foundations, the California Desired Results, and NAEYC’s Four Goals of Anti-Bias Education. As part of Old Adobe School District, our preschool teachers work closely with OAUSD kindergarten teachers to enhance the preschool curriculum & prepare the children for academic success.
Enrollment - We provide a developmentally appropriate preschool and kindergarten readiness program for children ages 3 to 5 years or until entering kindergarten. Eligible children have their 3rd or 4th birthday on or before December 1st of the current program year. Children who have their 3rd birthday after December 2 may be enrolled on or after their third birthday.
The first 24 eligible children, according to the criteria established by the California Department of Education Early Learning and Care Division, who have filled out their application information completely and qualify under the said guidelines by June 30 each year will be accepted into the Bright Futures Preschool program for the upcoming school year. All applicants are placed on our in-house eligibility list, which follows mandated State of California guidelines, and will be notified when an opening occurs.
Hours of Operation- Bright Futures Preschool operates (5) days per week, 180 calendar days of the school year. During distance learning hours of participation are flexible.
Fees- No Charge.
Parent Handbook- located here.
Parent Participation - During the public health emergency, parent/guardians may not work in the classroom. Parent meetings will be held remotely using Zoom.
The Parent Advisory Committee (PAC) includes parents in decision-making and participation in the preschool self-evaluation process, planning and implementing parent education workshops/training sessions to address the needs of families and to support student achievement and providing parents with resources to use at home along with all other learning activities. PAC meetings are scheduled throughout the school year. The time and dates to be determined.
To help parents access programs and services in our community, visit the Sonoma County First 5 Parent' Resource Guide.
Religious Instruction and Worship: Bright Futures Preschool refrains from all religious instruction and worship, including explicit celebration of holidays.
Health & Safety Concerns
Please follow these steps should you have any concerns about your experience with Bright Futures Preschool:
- Contact Preschool Lead Teacher Selfa Gonzalez at 707-975-5058 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Contact Preschool Coordinator Carrie Kent at 707-765-4366 or at email@example.com
- Contact Director of Child Development Rebecca Hachmyer at 707-765-4376 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Should you feel your concerns have not been resolved, please contact Community Care Licensing at 707-588-5026 or refer to Old Adobe Union School District's Uniform Complaint Procedures in the Parent Handbook.
Registration & Preschool Location
Loma Vista Immersion Academy
Child Development Department
207 Maria Drive, Petaluma, CA 94954
Carrie Kent, email@example.com
Director of Child Development
Rebecca Hachmyer, firstname.lastname@example.org
This institution is an equal opportunity provider.