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  • Location: 69-440 McCallum Way, Cathedral City, CA 92234
  • Last Login: 08/01/16
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    First School provides a successful and well established approach to preschool education where your child will experience an intimate learning atmosphere unparalleled by any other desert preschool program, in an environment of perfect balance of academic and social instruction.

     

    With high but realistic standards, our program is designed to give your child a solid academic foundation. In a stimulating and creative atmosphere, the small class size will encourage your child to listen, learn and interact with our skilled staff, with each class being tailored for your child's specific age. First School of the Desert maintains a six to one ratio (six children to one teacher) in its toddler classes (18 months). First School maintains a 12 to one ratio (12 children to one teacher) in all preschool classrooms, so every child gets the personal and individual attention required.

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    Great new toys for to keep kids happy outdoors in spring!! :) Watch video
    April 29, 2012 at 12:56 AM
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    Good news for California kids who like to play with their food. A class-action lawsuit seeking to ban toys in Happy Meals in most parts of California was thrown out on Thursday.
    April 20, 2012 at 1:13 AM
    McDonald's Can Keep Happy Meal Toys, Court Rules

    Good news for California kids who like to play with their food.  A class-action lawsuit seeking to ban toys in Happy Meals in most parts of California was thrown out on Thursday. The lawsuit was filed in 2010 by the Center for Science in the Public Interest, a consumer advocacy group, and Monet Parham, listed in the suit as a California mother. Superior Court Judge Richard Kramer did not give a reason for his decision to throw out the suit. Michael Jacobson, CSPI’s executive director, criticized the court’s decision in a statement on the group’s website. “McDonald’s must stop exploiting…

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