Philosophy

We believe children learn and grow in a sequential growth pattern.
We believe children are individuals with unique characteristics.
We believe children’s physical, social, emotional, cognitive and spiritual growth is interrelated and that the development of the whole child is important.
We believe children learn best through concrete experiences that are meaningful, relevant and important to them.
We believe fostering the growth and development of children is a partnership between parents and teachers.

You, the parent, are the most important influence in the growth of your child, and your involvement in the classroom is important.  Parent involvement in the classroom is a benefit to both you and your child.  By providing education and training, we help you as a parent to recognize the developmental stages of you child’s growth.  By working in classrooms, you gain lifelong skills and perspectives from trained early childhood educators that will help you in your parenting.  You assist in the program throughout the year.