Santa Ana, CA, March 08, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- CANO (Council of Affiliated Negro Organizations, Inc.) State Preschool promotes children’s educational goals through high-quality free instruction to children of diverse backgrounds. It serves 3-to-5-year-old children primarily of Santa Ana, and throughout Orange County, California. All classes and meals are free, with low-income households as first priority. CANO’S objective is to inspire young children to impact the community in order to improve the social, economic, political civic, and moral good of the citizens.
As a result of ongoing educational endeavors, 81% of CANO’s parents were very satisfied with the program and believed their child was happy and safe in the environment. Over 90% of parents surveyed affirmed that they received information about various school-related topics: daily activities, child developmental progress, meeting a child’s individual needs, staff interaction with parents, nutrition, etc. Some parents surveyed felt that their child’s enrollment at CANO helped them accept or keep a job (58%)*. This school is popular among parents who once were CANO students themselves, and now some enroll their children at CANO.
Currently, due to a change of demographics, increased school competition, and other issues, CANO is in great need of improved child enrollment to maintain its objectives. Various marketing attempts have been made but with limited success. The school seeks additional low-cost advertising methods to impact registrations. CANO is now accepting applications for the 2018-19 school year.
CANO State Preschool was founded in the 1960’s by a group of progressive-minded representatives from various black organizations in Orange County. However, the agency strives to promote a broad-minded Santa Ana community for all of its citizens regardless of ethnicity, gender, race, ancestry, religion, national origin and disability. Based in Santa Ana, this non-profit agency employs 15 full-time staff members. CANO State Preschool is rated 4 stars by QualityStart OC, which is a community initiative led by the Orange County Department of Education.
*According to 2016-17 Parent Survey