“My daughter is completely ready for Kindergarten. But she is only 4 and will truly enjoy another year at New Beginnings.  She learn 50 sight words last year in fun. You should see how confident she is –– she is so excited about school and gets along so well with everyone.”
Rudy Flores 
Laura (age 4) Dad

"I've had my son at New Beginnings since birth and I couldn't imagine him anywhere else. The staff treat him as their own. You know your child is well taken care of when they don't want to leave."
Kimberly Rodriguez
Arrington (age 8) Mom

My son attended when small now my daughter Sophie attends.  Loves to go to her school.  
Anna Hernandez
Sophie Hernandez

"The teachers are wonderful.  I see a big improvement in my grandson since he has been attending.  His politeness is very articulate.  I can tell by his action of thanking God for everything, that he is being taught well and  I recommend it to anyone to check it out."  Wow started at 2 years old now 7 years still insist on going all summer.  He is never ready to go home because of all the fun he has.  
Linda Connor

"The after school program proved to help my child.  With the extra tutoring my child is a straight A honor roll student.  I can enjoy my child when we get home and have quality time with her knowing that all the homework is done.   Before enrolling my child would be in trouble daily because she would not sit down and do the work but stall and decide to do it at bed time.  The tuition rate is very reasonable.  I would rather pay  small price  now than have  a  large price to pay later."    
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Just A Little Food for Thought........

From the moment you hold your baby in your arms,
you will never be the same.
You might long for the person you were before,
When you had freedom and time,
and nothing in particular to worry about.
You will know tiredness like you never knew it before,
and days will run into days that are exactly the same,
Full of feedings and burping,
Nappy changes and crying,
Whining and fighting,
Naps or lack of naps,
It might seem like a never ending cycle.

But don't forget...
There is a last time for everything.
There will come a time when you feed your baby for the very last time.
They will fall asleep on you after a long day
And it will be the last time you ever hold your sleeping child.
One day you will carry them on your hip then set them down,
and never pick them up that way again.
You will scrub their hair in the bath one night
and from that day on they will want to bathe alone.
They will hold your hand to cross the road,
Then never reach for it again. 
They will creep into your room at midnight for cuddles, 
and it will be the last night you ever wake to this, 
one afternoon you will sing " The Wheels on the Bus" 
and do all the actions,
Then never sing that song again.
They will kiss you goodbye at the school gate,
the  next day they will ask to walk to the gate alone. 
You will read a final bedtime story and wipe your last dirty face.
They will run to you with arms raised for the very last time.

The thing is, you won't even know its the last time
Until there are no more times.
And even then it will take you a while to realize.

So while you are living in these times,
remember there are only so many of them
and when they are gone, you will yearn for just one more day of them.
For one last time.

​~Author Unknown