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Welcome to The Children's Courtyard private preschool in Austin, TX! My name is Monique Mokobia and I am the campus director of the Metric location.
At our center, we offer Infant Care, Preschool programs, and a fun School-Age program. Our curriculum has been designed to meet the developmental needs of each age group and our programs allow time for skill-based learning through play and hands-on exploration. Our School Age PREP LAB helps keep learning on track for school age children who need support with distance learning. Our team can help bridge the learning gaps that have been caused by the current health crisis.
Our teachers are committed to helping your child master all of those very important milestones. They provide nurture and care while helping children build knowledge and confidence.
Since our school opened in 2002, we have provided a safe and welcoming learning environment that involves families in their child’s learning. We maintain an open-door policy for anyone who would like to talk. We are also AdvancEd accredited.
We remain committed to providing a safe, secure, and healthy environment for your child when they're away from home. We are closely following guidance from the CDC, as well as state and local officials and health authorities. Our safety practices include SCREENING: Upon arrival, we screen everyone entering the building for temperature and symptoms. Those who exhibit symptoms will not be admitted. SANITIZING: Everyone must wash hands with soap and water or use hand sanitizer upon entering the building. RESTRICTING: Parents/visitors/vendors will be restricted to common areas only. Drop-off and pick-up will take place outside of the school. MASK: everyone 10yrs and older must wear a mask while inside of the school. We look forward to partnering with you.
Call today to schedule a virtual tour to see why our Children’s Courtyard is the preferred early childhood education center in Austin, TX!
Are you concerned about the impact of COVID on your child’s education? You’re not alone. Now, more than ever, early education matters. We’re here to help.
Starting at the front door, our already robust health and safety procedures have been enhanced to ensure a clean, welcoming school environment. The well-being of your child is our top priority, now, and always.
Elective programs allow students to learn by exploring creative outlets that will help them advance in the future—while giving your family more free time on evenings and weekends. We offer:
Soccer, Music, Yoga, Spanish, Phonics, Handwriting & Advanced Math
Our School-Age classroom is a perfect setting for productive, engaging mornings and afternoons, where children become thinkers, makers, and doers. Some enhancements in this classroom include:
Education: 60+ Credit Hours in Child Development Coursework
Certifications: Texas Director Certification, CPR/First Aid, SIDS/Shaken Baby, Health and Safety, Food Manager Certification
I began my career at The Children's Courtyard in 2006 as an assistant teacher. Now, 14 years later, I am the campus director. My greatest joy is found in my greatest gift, which is my daughter. Spending quality time with my daughter and husband is what I enjoy most. I look forward to partnering with you to set your child up for success.
Certifications: Child Development Associate in Infants and Toddlers
I have been in this field for eight years and attended The Ohio State University and Wright State University to study early childhood education. My favorite part about working with kids is watching how they learn and seeing them reach their milestones. Fun Fact: I absolutely love all things Disney and am truly a child at heart.
Education: Bachelor of Science in Biology
I have been in Early Childhood Education for over seven years. Before becoming an assistant director, I was a lead pre-k teacher. It is the greatest feeling to be involved in a child's learning process. I think the best gift is that I have the opportunity to be the adult that gets the chance to know them, hear them, comfort them, and appreciate them.