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Foreign Language Preschool Feasibility Study. Ethan Jones Lisa Lee Lawrence Lin Lars Ulness Ana Velloso. Mission Statement.

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Foreign language preschool feasibility study
Foreign Language Preschool Feasibility Study

Ethan Jones

Lisa Lee

Lawrence Lin

Lars Ulness

Ana Velloso


Mission statement
Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide a unique bilingual learning experience designed to enhance the child’s cognitive and social abilities, while in a premier daycare environment.


Benefits for children
Benefits For Children

  • Easier to learn

  • Improve creativity, performance at school, self-esteem

  • Greater sense of cultural appreciation


Languages
Languages

  • German

  • French

  • Spanish

  • Japanese


Target market parents
Target Market (Parents)

  • Income

    • Dual income families

    • Stay at home moms (soccer moms)

  • Residency

  • International Background Families


Target market children
Target Market (Children)

  • Age

  • Schooling

  • Characteristics


Teachers
Teachers

  • Preschool Teachers

  • Childcare Workers

  • Parent Volunteers

  • Student Interns


Intern program
Intern Program

  • Earning Credit

    • 3 Hours/Week = 1 Credit

  • Gaining Experience

  • Qualifications


Activities
Activities

  • Cultural Activities

  • Storytelling

  • Foreign Cartoons

  • Acting Games


Daily schedule
Daily Schedule

7:00-9:00am Arrival, Free Play, Snack

9:00-9:30 Foreign Language Story Time

9:30-9:45 Breakfast

9:45-11:30 Cognitive Activities, Art, Outside Playtime

11:30-12:00pm Music and Language Development Games

12:00-12:30 Lunch

12:30-2:30 Nap Time

2:30-3:30 Put Beds Away, Watch Foreign Cartoons/Shows

3:30-3:45 Afternoon Snack

3:45-6:30 Language Development Games / Outside Playtime

6:30-7:00 Evening Snack, Free Play, Departure


Competitive advantages
Competitive Advantages

  • Staff to Child Ratio

  • Formal Training of Teachers

  • Teacher Compensation


Competition
Competition

  • Franchised

  • Home-based

  • Private


Business permits regulations
Business Permits/Regulations

  • Family Child Day Care Home

    • 12 or fewer children

  • Commercial

    • Permits

    • Accreditation


Commercial regulation
Commercial Regulation

  • Staff development and training

  • Health care plan

  • Health supervision and infectious disease prevention

  • Medication management

  • Nutrition

  • Kitchen and food service

  • Drinking and eating equipment

  • Care of young children

  • General safety, maintenance, and site

  • Water safety

  • Water supply, sewage, and liquid wastes

  • First-aid supplies

  • Outdoor play area

  • Indoor play area

  • Toilets, hand washing sinks, and bathing facilities

  • Laundry

  • Nap and sleep equipment

  • Storage

  • Program atmosphere

  • Discrimination prohibited

  • Religious activities

  • Special requirements regarding American Indian children

  • Child abuse, neglect, and exploitation

  • Prohibited substances

  • Limitations to persons on premises

  • Child records and information

  • Program records

  • Personnel policies and records

  • Reporting of death, injury, illness, epidemic, or child abuse

  • Reporting of circumstantial changes

  • Authority

  • Definitions

  • Scope of licensing

  • Local ordinances and codes

  • Waivers

  • Dual licensure

  • Application and reapplication for licensing -Investigation

  • Licensed capacity

  • Initial license

  • License denial, suspension, or revocation

  • Civil penalties

  • Civil penalties - Amount of penalty

  • Civil penalties - Unlicensed programs

  • Civil penalties - Separate violations

  • Civil penalties - Penalty for nonpayment

  • Probationary license

  • Activity program

  • Learning and play materials

  • Staff-child interactions

  • Behavior management and discipline

  • Rest periods

  • Evening and nighttime care

  • Off-site trips

  • Transportation

  • Parent communication

  • Staff pattern and qualifications

  • Group size and staff-child ratios


Location
Location

  • Chosen location: Bellevue, WA

  • High Concentration of Primary Target

  • Proximity to Other High Income Areas

  • Culturally Diverse



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Location

  • Chosen location: Bellevue, WA

  • High Concentration of Primary Target

  • Proximity to Other High Income Areas

  • Culturally Diverse


Tuition
Tuition

  • Part-Time Tuition: $750.00

  • Full Time Tuition: $1200.00

  • Items Included


Advertising
Advertising

  • Guerilla Campaign

    • Flyers/Brochures

    • Affiliations

    • Letters to Parents

  • Radio

  • Print

  • Seminars


Estimated costs
Estimated Costs

  • Fixed Costs:$111,080

  • Variable Costs:$12,000

  • Total Estimated Costs:$123,080


Recommendation
Recommendation

  • Infeasible

    • Building Costs/Location

    • Number of Children

    • Number of Employees

    • Staff Pay



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