This is an important time in a child's life to prepare for school and to develop a love of learning. Our pre kindergarten curriculum promotes independence while preparing your child for the next exciting phases—kindergarten! We make the transition smoother by helping children become more familiar with an organized environment. Plus we focus more on group play to develop social skills, such as listening, sharing and cooperation. Our teachers have a passion for what they do and consider it a privilege to partner with you during this special time in your child's life.
Our Teacher’s Goal for Development IV & V Program
To meet each child’s physical need while encouraging independence in self care
To provide an atmosphere in which children have respect for others.
To establish respect for the equipment and material.
To provide a relaxed, loving and calm atmosphere where self-concept is enhanced, independence and choices are encouraged, and self discipline is gained in an environment where the child knows the limits and expectations.
To provide a wide To offer a wide variety of activities within the preschool curriculum including: practical life, math, sensorial, language, introduction to the community, art & craft, music and movement, science, social studies, cooking, large and small muscle development.
To promote and develop intellectual growth in the child through an active curiosity about the world in which the child lives, and an enthusiasm for learning, which stimulates exploratory behavior and creativity.
To develop in each child an appreciation for beauty and nature.
To provide ample opportunity for the use of large motor skills and coordination through physical active play in either outdoor or indoor activities.
To establish an observation and evaluation system in which notes on children are kept.
To establish room awareness among staff so that a safe environment is always present both indoors and outdoors.
To be supporting of parents, encouraging involvement, open communication while using tact and discretion.
To develop staff potential through proper supervision by making expectations clear, following through to see that expectations are met, and utilizing staff input and their abilities.