Ages: Birth – 5 years old
Infant Center, Preschool & Jr. Kindergarten
Zoila Mauseth, Preschool Director
Zoila began working for Action Day Primary Plus in fall 2011 as a Jr. Kindergarten teacher in our Moorpark School. Previously, Zoila has over 10 years of experience in working with children from birth to high school, and holds a BA in Humanities from San Jose State University. Zoila’s goals each day include the safety and happiness of the children and staff. Her passion is to make learning enjoyable and exciting in order to nourish a life-long love of knowledge in the children who enter her school.
Britney Lira, Infant Center Director
Britney began working for Action Day Primary Plus in fall 2005, where she held several roles within the Infant Center before becoming its Director. Britney earned her degree in Early Childhood Education and specialized in the sweet, loving infant/toddler stage. Her goal each day is to ensure the young children and infants who come to her center receive the best care possible. Her passion is to provide a safe, fun, and creative environment for children to learn, grow, and thrive, as well as one that parents feel comfortable and confident leaving their previous children. Britney feels that it is a joy to watch the children explore and become more active, confident, and independent with each mile stone they reach.
Moorpark School History
The Moorpark School was opened in August of 1971. The original classrooms were created out of the building site that was formerly a church. As the years went by an Infant Center was added which was one of the first private facilities in Santa Clara County to enroll children six months old. In the early 90’s, extensive remodeling was done on the building and additional classrooms were constructed. In the fall of 1995, the first Kindergarten class was enrolled in the new building.
The property was a farm in the days Mrs. Winchester drove down the road in her fancy carriage. Many kinds of fruit trees and farm animals lived on the property. The farm theme has been maintained in the extensive classrooms and infant center. The site for the center is approximately two and a half acres, which provides for lots of outdoor area.
Children are divided into age groups for various infant, preschool and kindergarten activities. Dance, sports and enrichment activities are available.