Our staff consists of a director, an assistant director, two lead teachers, and one assistant teacher.
As part of accreditation requirements, all ACP lead teachers have either a bachelor’s degree or an associate’s degree with a minimum number of credits in early childcare.
ACP staff also participate in the Maryland Child Care Credential Program that recognizes early care and education personnel who go beyond requirements of State licensing and registration regulations. Lead teachers have either achieved a Level 5 Maryland Child Care Credential or are working toward that goal. Assistant teachers are to achieve a Maryland Child Care Credential of level two or higher.
A Child’s Place staff are trained in:
- Childcare and COVID-19 Training
- CPR, AED, and Basic First Aid
- Medication Administration
- Basic Health and Safety Training
- Emergency Preparedness
- Active Shooter in a Childcare Setting
- Americans with Disabilities Act
- Developmental Screening
In addition to our teaching staff, a Child’s Place is a lab school for early learning majors in the Notre Dame of Maryland University School of Education. We serve as an observation and training site for students from NDMU, Loyola University, Towson University, and Johns Hopkins University.
Due to COVID-19, visitors will not be allowed at this time.