A Children's Village Preschool
Questions? Call us at 713-667-5180 or complete our Contact Form below.
ACV Registration for 2023-2024
$150 Registration fee. Space is limited!
Questions? Call us at 713-667-5180!
Registration form and fee payment required to complete enrollment (cash or check made out to West U Baptist)
• Download the Parent Handbook
• Download the Registration Form
A Children’s Village is licensed by the Texas Health and Human Services (THHS) under the name A Children’s Village and exceeds their required minimum standards for safety, sanitation, operation, and personnel qualifications and training.
A Children’s Village has been serving the families in the community since 1985. Our program is offered to children from ages 1-5 years old (by September 1st of the current year). There are options for your child to attend two days a week (T/TH), three days a week (MWF) or all five days (M-F). The school day runs from Monday through Friday beginning at 9:00a and ending at 2:00p. (See "After-School Enrichments (2-4p)” for extended-day options.)
FunShine Express and Mother Goose Time are two popular programs used in many preschools all over the nation. They are aligned to Texas State Standards and focus on developing your child’s social and emotional, physical, cognitive, and language development. Daily faith-based lessons are taught in conjunction with each month’s thematic units. FunShine Express offers two curricula differentiated by age groups: the Buttercups curriculum is used by our Chicks (12-17 months) through our Pandas (2.5 years old) classes; the Fireflies curriculum is used by our Frogs and Cubs classes. All three of our Pre-K 4 classes use Mother Goose Time curriculum, which engages children in many STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) activities.
Wednesdays for all classes
Our weekly music class engages students in physical and cognitive activities through music, singing, and dance.
Mondays & Thursdays // Frogs-Owls
Children are introduced to the foundations of the Spanish language through play, songs, read alouds, and hands-on activities. They are taught Spanish words and phrases for numbers, colors, actions, greetings, and much more!
Tuesdays // Frogs-Owls | Thursdays // Butterflies-Pandas
Children observe, engage, explore, and experiment with different tools (e.g. magnifying glass, scale, wind vane, etc.) like real scientists! They watch physical changes in matter (solid to liquid), learn vocabulary words associated with the theme, and sometimes eat their own edible creations!
Mondays - Fridays | 2-4pm | Space depends on availability
Extend your child’s day with more learning and fun! Stay & Play is A Children's Village's after-school care for up to two additional hours from 2-4pm with space depending on availability.
Cost* is on a per-month basis in addition to normal tuition fees:
Stay & Play 2023-2024 Fees
• 1 day/week: $62/month
• 2 days/week: $120/month
• 3 days/week: $180/month
• 4 days/week: $245/month
• 5 days/week: $300/month
*Signing up is regarded as a commitment, and one month’s notice is required to drop. Please see the Parent Handbook for policies regarding withdrawal from Stay & Play and any associated fees. **Dropping in does not require a monthly commitment.
All of the programs listed below are available to any child registered to ACV regardless of enrollment in Stay & Play. Please sign up directly with the programs below as they operate independently of ACV.
Mondays & Thursdays | Session times vary | Ages 3-5
Soccer Shots is an engaging soccer program with an emphasis on character development to positively impact children’s lives on and off the field through best-in-class coaching, communication, and curriculum.
Please register online at soccershots.org and enter "A Children's Village" in the Search by Location option.
Gym Station's Dance Adventures
Tuesdays | 2pm | Ages 2 and older
Dance Adventures is a preschool dance and creative movement program. Our Dancers focus on a variety of styles throughout the year, and we always encourage your little dancer to discover the magic within themselves! Dance Adventures uses Ballet, Modern, Jazz, Tap, and Hip Hop to teach your child the fundamentals of dancing.
• Free trial class
• Full registration
Tiny Tigers Kung Fu Kids
Wednesdays | 2pm | Ages 3 and older
Tiny Tigers Kung Fu Kids is for children ages 3 and older. They will learn to build self-esteem; develop focus, control, and balance; learn self-defense, anti-bullying, and safety. They also work on social skills and teamwork but most of all fun!
Please register today at tinytigerskungfukids.com.
The Jolly Trolley
Fridays | 2p | All ages
The Jolly Trolley is a fun obstacle course, gym, and playground on wheels. In their thirty-minute program, every child will learn the basic foundations of gymnastics, fitness, motor development skills, balance, and coordination.
For more information and to register, please visit houstonjollytrolley.com and visit "Daycare Corner."
The Fundraising Committee is made up of a group of six+ parents who will work with a chairperson to implement fundraising projects. The main project will be a school-wide carnival to raise money for classroom equipment and teacher education. Committee members will plan the events throughout the year.
Office Volunteer Committee
Sign up to help in the office during special events throughout the school year, such as individual and class picture days, public registration day, etc.
Service Project Committee
This committee consists of two coordinators and four members who will arrange two service projects per year. Each service project will focus on interacting with others, building relationships, and incorporating children and parents to serve others. Examples: Reverse trick or treating with a costume parade at a retirement community; putting together meal bags during the holiday season; community toy drive.
Teacher Appreciation Dinner
This committee is made up of ten parents who will work with the chairpersons to draft and send invitations to the ACV staff, decorate the day of the dinner, and host the event. They will also help coordinate food provided by other parents. The Teacher Appreciation Dinner is usually scheduled for early May.
Each classroom will have a classroom parent and a co-parent who will oversee communicating class news to the other parents via email. These parents will also help coordinate school parties, support school events, and encourage others to volunteer when needed.
Check back in 2024 sometime for Super Summer Stuff 2024 info.