The San Jose Conservation Corps and Charter School is proud to present the opening of the San Jose Conservation Corps Day Care Program which has been designed to offer teenage parents the opportunity to succeed by offering two key fundamentals: a quality education and quality child care. At the San Jose Conservation Corps and Charter School, teenage parents will be able to thrive as they work diligently to complete their high school education all the while knowing their child is in good hands…just a few feet away.
The San Jose Conservation Corps Day Care Program believes there is a critical need to support teenage parents during the most crucial point in their lives. For this very reason, SJCC&CS and San Juan Bautista Child Development Center have partnered up to provide child care to the most vulnerable young men and women. The San Jose Conservation Corps Day Care program provides a nurturing and a safe environment for infants, toddlers, and preschool. Young parents know that their child is safe in the hands of experts while they are at work or at school.
This is an excellent opportunity for parents to get a high school diploma and have their children thrive at the same time. Our Charter Academy will prepare high school students with a quality education. San Juan Bautista will nurture their children’s young minds so they receive age-appropriate curriculum and wholesome meals and snacks that will nourish growing bodies and encourage healthy eating habits.
Our goal is for our students to be stress free and focus on their education, life skills, attain a high school diploma and work experience skills preparing them for college or a job so they become successful parents.
In January 2010, SJCC&CS released our daycare facility to be operated by SJB Child Development Center. SJBCDC will enroll the children of our program participants as a first priority. Income qualifications apply, but most corpsmembers/students receive free child care after submitting all necessary paperwork and documentation to SJBCDC enrollment center. The daycare facility is located at 1560 Berger Drive Facility.
1. Call (408) 414-2700 to learn more about the programs and availability
2. Schedule a time to speak with an enrollment specialist
3.Complete the Enrollment Packet and any other forms provided by the enrollment specialist
Subsidized Services Qualifications
To qualify for subsidized services, you must be eligible for subsidized child development services determined by Title 5 Regulations of the California Department of Education/Child Division. Family fees are determined on a sliding scale, based on family size and income.
Required Documents for Enrollment
- Birth certificates for all of the children in the family including siblings not enrolling in the program
- Immunization records
- Preamission Health History
- Emergecly Cards
- A physical exam (good for up to a year)
- TB assessment and/or TB test results (good for a year)
- Dental Exam (good for 6 months)
- Proof of Address
- Photo ID
- Proof of absent parent
Income Verification Required-documentation must reflect your current income status and must include all sources of income received by the child(ren) parents or guardians such as:
- Current check stubs showing last 2 months of income
- Letter from employer stating hours worked per week and pay rate (if unable to provide check stubs)
- Latest income tax return or W2
- Unemployment income
- Cash receipts or proof of income for the last 2 months (if paid by cash)
- Workers Compensation
- Child Support
- Disability Income
- If self-employed, profit and loss statements for 3 months
- Other Sources of Income
Other Required Documents
- Employment verification, self-employment verification, school/training verification or incapacity statement
- Notice of Action (CalWorks)
1400 Parkmoor Avenue, Ste. 220B
San Jose, CA 95126
(408) 414-2700 x0 phone
(408) 521-0608 fax