Creating a Community of Lifelong Learners
Little Heroes Learning Center & K1 in Doral, FL, is dedicated to creating a nurturing learning environment for children while also integrating family into our early childhood curriculum. We understand that families want to be a part of their child’s educational journey. That is why we prioritize communication and transparency with parents and caregivers. We want you to know what your child is learning and how they are growing in the classroom.
Nutritious, Delicious Meals
Of all the things that set us apart from other educational centers, our quality meals are certainly the most delicious. Our hot meals come individually packaged and served warm. We provide a morning snack, lunch, and mid-afternoon snack included in the weekly tuition at no extra cost. Plus, all of our food is as healthy as it is tasty and meets the USDA guidelines.
For children on formula and baby food, the parent is expected to bring their food in when they drop the child off at the center.
Please note: We are a “nut-free” environment due to the number of children allergic to peanuts.
We recognize that parents are their child’s first teachers. Children cultivate an appreciation for learning when parents are involved in their educational program, therefore we have an open door policy. The primary bridge between home and school is critical. For that reason, we provide various events to involve parents in their children’s early educational experiences. This gives parents perspectives on their children and can provide teachers with valuable information. Parent involvement also promotes better student achievement. Parents can become involved by:
- Assisting teachers on special school projects. (i.e., cutting, pasting)
- Participation during classroom activities
- Participation during fundraisers
- Participation during special events
- Parent communication
Our staff is always searching for new ways to enhance children’s development. They also look for ways to invite and involve the families in this endeavor. They may ask for volunteers to participate in the organization and implementation of special events. For example, parents may be asked to conduct story time to the children during the national Week of the Young Child or during the week of Dr. Seuss’ birthday. This is all done in an effort to build a strong partnership in your child’s education, not only academically but socially.
Little Heroes recognizes the importance of parent-teacher communication. There’s plenty of evidence that shows positive communication between parents and teachers helps improve academic performance. We keep our parents well informed through newsletters, personal email, memos, Little Heroes Facebook, Class Dojo, parent board inside the classroom, communication folder outside the classroom and the parent information board located in the main office.
Frequently Asked Questions
When Are Tuition Payments Collected?
Do Students Wear Uniforms?
How Many Meals Do Children Receive Each Day?
What Kinds of Extracurricular Activities Do You Offer?
We offer a wide variety of extracurricular activities, including:
- Martial Arts
What Subjects Are Included in the Curriculum?
We use the Florida State approved Creative Curriculum, which takes a play-based approach to learning. We also place a huge emphasis on STEAM and a Rethink, Reuse philosophy that includes the following subjects:
- Language Arts
- Social Studies
- Fine Arts
- Physical Education
Do You Accept School Readiness?
Yes, we accept the government-sponsored School Readiness program.
Do You Accept the Voluntary Prekindergarten Education Program?
Yes, we accept the government-sponsored VPK Education program.
Do You Accept the School of Choice Scholarship?
Yes, we accept the government-sponsored School of Choice.
How Much Does Tuition Cost?
We offer different tuition prices and packages based program level and hours of need. We encourage all potential families and students to give us a call at (click to call phone number) to discuss their options. (305) 629-2902
7:00 AM-6:00 PM
Enrollment in Little Heroes Learning Center of Doral is available to children in the community of ages three months to eight years of age. Little Heroes does not discriminate nor deny benefits of the services based on race/ethnicity, color, national origin, sex or disability of a child or their family.