There’s a brand-new day care center in town for kids up to age 13. Located at 7424 4th Ave., First Steps to Success provides two floors of activities plus an enclosed backyard playground, with a skilled staff of educators offering pre-school and afterschool activities for children.
Mayor Nicholas Sacco and Commissioner Julio Marenco joined with the staff to cut the ribbon on Friday, Dec. 7, 2018 officially opening the facility and welcoming them to the neighborhood.
Owner Roxanna Robledo, a native of North Hudson, is a mom herself and spent six years doing extensive ground work before purchasing the building and turning it into a kid-friendly, safe, and inviting teaching site.
The focus is on providing a fun and engaging environment for kids to learn and grow. Younger children will learn the alphabet and spelling, social skills, and more, while older kids can get homework help and tutoring. The center offers a wealth of hands-on activities to build motor skills and help develop critical thinking.
The state-licensed facility employs certified teachers with backgrounds in first aid and CPR. Breakfast, healthy snacks, and home cooked meals are available. The center has a capacity of 40 kids.
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