Child’s World Nursery School board of directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Rose Miscioscia to the position of executive director.
Miscioscia studied education at St. John’s University and holds a Master of Science in childhood education. She began her career in a private school where she developed and implemented a thriving preschool program. Most recently, Miscioscia has worked in the Port Washington Children’s Center overseeing the districtwide after-school program.
She has been a member of the Child’s World community for more than 15 years. Her four children are alumni of Child’s World and she has worked throughout the years subbing periodically. “As an early childhood educator, I’ve always recognized Child’s World as a special place for our children in our community.
Due to the unique experiences and caring teachers at Child’s World, my children look fondly upon their memories of preschool.”
About her new appointment as director, Miscioscia has expressed extreme gratitude because she is “stepping into the role of a beloved member of the community and a most nurturing educator.” She plans on continuing the tradition that Merrie Hines and her staff have so brilliantly provided for over 20 years to our community. “Over the years, Child World’s has given our children a high standard of quality education where they learn and thrive in a developmentally appropriate environment through authentic experiences. It is my privilege to carry on this legacy.”
In addition to the regular classes for 2-, 3- and 4- year-olds, Child’s World also offers various after-school programs such as Stay ’n Play, an enrichment program, as
well as “Mommy & Me” classes for children ages 12 to 24 months.
Call 516-883-4141 for details or to register. Child’s World Nursery School is an accredited program by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) and licensed by the New York State Office of Children and Family Services. It is a nonsectarian, nonprofit community service of the United Methodist Church of Port Washington.