San Bernardino City Unified School District
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About the Program
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Latashia Kelly
Coordinator

Sally Angell
Secretary




303 South K Street
San Bernardino, CA  92410

Ph: (909) 388-6307
Fx: (909) 885-4068


Monday - Friday
The Child Development Program for children ages 0-5 provides a safe, nurturing environment that promotes the physical, social, emotional, creative, linguistic, and cognitive development of each child.

Children are provided with materials and activities that are culturally appropriate and meaningful by using books, computer software, games, music, pictures, and toys that enhance the learning experiences.

Health, social services, and other special needs are also identified and addressed.

Child Development Center Locations

Admission Procedures
Children are admitted to the San Bernardino City Unified School District Child Development Program in accordance to admissions priorities established and monitored by the California Department of Education.

Enrollment Eligibility
Eligibility is assessed according to income and family size. We serve children from birth to five who are residents of California. Any children ages birth to five who meet eligibility may receive services from San Bernardino City Unified School District Child Development Program. Priority must be given to children who are clients of Child Protective Services (CPS).

Child Development Program enrollment is available year round. The program is open a minimum of 245 days per year. Allred Child Development Centers are closed on all legal and school holidays. There are five full day Infant/Toddler centers, and six full day Child Development classrooms.

Documentation Needed
  • Complete an enrollment packet 
  • Documentation of income eligibility for the most recent full month
  • Documentation of employment, enrollment in school, or seeking employment
  • Birth records of all children in the home under 18 years of age
  • Proof of physical examination within one year, TB test within two years, and current shot record
  • Current utility bill

Once the completed packet is submitted to the Allred Child Development Center office, there will be an interview with an enrollment clerk to verify information and assign placement in the program.

Infant/Toddler Program
The Infant/Toddler program provides full-day care at four of the District's high schools and Allred Child Development Center.

Parents/Guardians that are working or attending school, and High School students must complete an enrollment packet at the Allred Child Development Center office at:  303 S. K Street, San Bernardino, CA 92410.

Working parents must complete an "Employee Work Verification."  Fees are based on family size and income.  If you are in a current job search situation, please contact the office for details on temporary enrollment.

Students attending college or high school students must submit a class schedule when enrolling. 


San Bernardino City Unified School District, 777 North F Street, San Bernardino, CA 92410, (909) 381-1100
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