Delaware Avenue S.D.A. Church 1845 20th St, Santa Monica, CA90404 The Delaware Avenue S.D.A. Church, led by Pastor Moise C. Isaac, is a multicultural congregation located on the…More corner of 20th Street and Delaware Avenue in Santa Monica. It's part of the Southern California Conference of the Seventh-Day Adventist (S.D.A.) World Church organization. The church offers sabbath school/bible school, worship service and prayer meetings on Saturdays; on Sundays, it provides a free grocery food distribution program for people and families in need.
Stewart Street Park is located atop an inactive landfill and is within stone-throwing range of Interstate 10. It's…More encircled by trees, and more or less walled off from the noisy traffic.
Serving residents of the Mountain View Mobile Inn, as well as the Treffinger EY trailer park, this 3.8-acre spread features a youth-baseball field, a soccer field, a basketball court and—hallelujah—a free parking lot with 32 spaces. There's also a playground and building with restrooms.
Some locals have raised concerns about the park over the years, as the former landfill has resulted in low levels of methane gas being released at the location.
Delta Sigma Theta Head Start Preschool 1905 20th St, Santa Monica, CA90404 Delta Sigma Theta Head Start Preschool (Los Amigos Center) is located on 20th Street between Delaware Avenue and…More Virginia Avenue and has been serving the community since 1965. The school currently serves children ages 3, 4, and 5. The curriculum taught includes academic preparation, social skill development, self-esteem building, and problem solving. The children and their families benefit from a wide variety of support services, including social services, mental health services, healthcare services and parenting programs.
NewPath Montessori School, originally named the Thoreau Montessori School, was founded in 1976, and is located on…More 20th Street between Delaware Avenue and Pico Boulevard in Santa Monica. The children at NewPath Montessori School work with unique Montessori materials individually at their own pace within a safe, nurturing and stimulating environment. As they work, the children learn to trust their own ability to think and solve problems independently.
The children are also provided the opportunity to work in groups, and with a multitude of other attractive and interesting educational materials which act as extensions and variations of the Montessori curriculum. The school provides ungraded classes for children from ages 2.6 to 7, and a special Toddler Program for children ages 2 to 2.5 year olds.