Ohio Ace Education Marketplace
Browse education service providers who have been approved to receive funds from Ohio ACE educational savings accounts.
Each Service Provider conducts their business differently and may collect payment for their goods/services in one of two ways:
1. Parent/Guardian pays for goods/services at time of service. This type of purchase can be reimbursed with OH ACE account funds directly to the parent/guardian via claim submission with an attached receipt in the OH ACE app as long as the parent/guardian has connected their bank account to the app.
2. Service Provider issues an invoice to the parent/guardian for goods/services. This invoice can be paid directly to the Service Provider using OH ACE account funds by submitting a claim with the attached invoice in the OH ACE app, as long as the Service Provider has set up their account to receive those funds.
Please check with each Service Provider ahead of a purchasing decision to ensure you are aware of their policy regarding payment at time of service or invoicing.
Childcare Ventures LLC
This service provider requires payment upfront : No
Phone Number: (419) 944-6188
Address: 3542 Glendale Ave, Toledo, Ohio 43614
The program has written goals which provide a balance to the academic emphasis of the regular school day. School-age care programs pay primary attention to the development of social, emotional, physical, cognitive, and recreational skills. Curriculum for school age children must be based on the following developmental goals. 1. Personal Discipline. Acquiring capacity for industry, production, and completion of tasks. Developing responsibility for one’s own actions, setting limits, respecting rights and property of others, forming friendships, and using community resources responsibly. 2. Social Development and Psychological Health. Forming friendships, mastering a variety of human interactions such as comparing self with peers and being an interactor in social situations, not just an observer. 3. Physical Skills. Developing a sense of confidence in dealing with the physical environment through games, hobbies and exercise; learning to be content with personal abilities through competition. 4. Health and Safety Skills. Developing a wide variety of independent living skills such as self-protection, violence prevention and safety, nutrition, and respect for developing a healthy lifestyle. B. Program Content: Curriculum and environment offered the school age child is meet the widest possible range of personal and cultural interests and development levels. Personal choice and selfinitiated learning experiences are to be encouraged and supported in all curriculum planning. The program should offer, but not necessarily be limited to, the following list of recommended activities, activity centers and projects: 1. Creative construction 2. Group and individual reading of literature and writing 3. Building and miniature imaginative play 4. Fine arts 5. Individual hideaway 6. Puzzle and table games 7. Science, math and exploration 8. Dramatic play 9. Health, safety, and care of self 10. Active outdoor and indoor activities 11. Clubs, scouting, group sports, lessons, special activities, service to others 12. Field trips, walks and park activities 10 A school-age care program provides for cooperation with the K-8 system and other public and nonprofit entities in the planning of activities. Activities and program materials reflect heterogeneous racial, gender, and cultural attributes.