Parent Resources

We know that the success of each child isn’t solely dependent upon the teachers or administration. That’s why we take a community approach to learning—partnering with parents to spark hope, answer questions, and provide resources for learning outside the classroom. Communicating with parents is at the top of the list for us. If we are all on the same page when it comes to your child’s learning and development, we can join forces and take even bigger strides together!



    Teachers, parents and students now have access to our library via this new digital portal.
    It's now easier than ever to browse, review, and reserve your favorite book.

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    Community Help

    While we have over 300 collective years of teaching experience, and over thirty years of educating young learners at SCEIC, we find that it’s best to partner with other organizations who can expand upon what we provide. One of our jobs is making sure you are connected with the right people and organizations in the community to enhance the learning experience for your child.

    Resources we recommend:

    • For school readiness programs: Early Learning Coalition of Brevard

    • For children who are exceptional and/or have special needs:

    • For questions about children’s behavior or development: Help Me Grow Florida

    • For at-risk infants / toddlers with developmental disabilities or delays: Florida Early Steps

    • For children who have disabilities: Family Liaison Project

    Maybe you’re searching for a resource that isn’t on this list.

    We’d love to help you, and if we can’t, we will find people that can!

    Click here to contact us or Call 321.729.6858


    Child Development

    Skills such as smiling, waving, taking a first step, or naming colors are all developmental milestones. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has great resources to track your child’s developmental milestones through age 5. There’s even an app to download and printable resources available in both English and Spanish.


    Parent Advisory Council

    The Parent Advisory Council meets the first Tuesday of every month on campus at 6 p.m. As a bonus, childcare and pizza are provided, so who can really say no to that offer? Plus you can earn two volunteer hours for each meeting you attend.

    Committee Officers / Meeting Minutes / Upcoming Events



    We take the responsibility of caring for your child seriously. We’ve implemented all kinds of security measures so that you can have peace of mind after morning drop-off time.

    Some of our safety measures:

    • Fingerprinting and background checks performed on employees and volunteers working 10+ hrs /mo.

    • We use a state-of–the-art fingerprint identification system to check children in and out of the building.

    • All staff is trained and certified in CPR and First Aid.

    • Safety drills are practiced monthly so teachers, staff, and students are prepared for a real emergency.

    • Fire extinguishers are located throughout the building. We have a fire-suppression sprinkler system.

    • All side exits are equipped with alarms to alert us if someone tries to exit or enter the building.

    • All interior doors are kept shut during operating hours.

    • We have disaster, lockdown and evacuation plans in place in the event of an unexpected emergency.

    • An AED is located in the back hallway of the school.

    • All classrooms have observation windows. Parents and guardians may come and check out the classroom at any time, and without prior notice.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    It is a big decision. If you are still unsure, maybe answering a few questions will help.

    We have classes for those as young as 6 weeks and as “old” as second and third grade classrooms. To read more about the programs we offer click here.