Enrollment

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 Infants (6 weeks – 16 months)
-Full Time (5 days a week)
-Part Time (4 days a week)
-Teacher Spot – Limited available
       (5 days a week) (Summers off)
-Drop-In (upon availability)

Toddlers (16-28 months )
-Full Time (5 days a week)
-Part Time
     (4 days a week)
     (3 days a week)
-Teacher Spot – Limited available
        (5 days a week) (Summers off)
-Drop-In (upon availability)

Preschool (28-42 months)
-Full Time (5 days a week)
-Part Time
     (4 days a week)
     (3 days a week)
     (2 days a week)
-Teacher Spot – Limited available
       (5 days a week) (Summers off)
-Drop-In (upon availability)

Prep-K (42 months - 5 years)
-Full Time (5 days a week)
-Part Time
     (4 days a week)
     (3 days a week)
     (2 days a week)
-Teacher Spot – Limited available
        (5 days a week) (Summers off)
-Drop-In (upon availability)


MORE INFORMATION LISTED BELOW FOR EACH AGE GROUP!

 Our Infant/Toddler Classrooms

Infant Room

6 weeks - 16 months
1:4 staff/child ratio

Parents and teachers will work together to develop an appropriate schedule for each individual infant.

Our teachers’ priority is to make your newborn feel safe, comfortable, happy and loved while mom and dad are away at work. Teachers will respond to the needs of the individual child to ensure they are receiving the best care needed to develop and improve their social and emotional development.

Teacher-child interactions and communication are extremely important!! Basic baby sign language will be used regularly. Teachers sing songs, read books, & show picture books to build association between words and objects…building their language and literacy development.

Age appropriate materials and equipment are available to improve infants’ mobility and coordination. Starting with tummy time to improve those neck muscles, to rolling over, crawling, sitting, standing, walking, and climbing. Teachers also encourage infants through sensory materials. A variety of materials is provided in all different colors, sizes, shapes, and textures. Learning through all five senses is the goal of our teachers. Infants learn through experiences, not strict lesson plans. Teachers do age appropriate art activities. Music and movement are also a huge part of a child’s development so singing and dancing will be a major part of the infants’ day.

Toddler Room

16-28 months
1:7 staff/child ratio

This is the age group when structure and routine are key components to the process of learning.  Toddlers thrive on structure.  Unlike the infant room, mealtimes, bathroom breaks, outside time, naps, groups times will all be on a schedule so the children will know what to expect throughout the day.  The main focus of toddler age is to begin learning the social skills needed to succeed in life.  They will continue learning though art, sensory, music and dancing, & manipulatives both indoors and outdoors.

Parents will fill out the top part of a daily toddler form for the teachers to fill out during the day.  This form will include what your child ate, potty training/diapers, & naps.

Toddlers will gain new skills thought a variety of enrichment activities.  Your child will engage with teaching staff and socialize with one another while:
- Playing with toys
- Dabbling in art
- Imitating and pretending
- Enjoying stories & books
- Tasting and preparing foods
- Exploring sand & water
- Having fun with music and movement
- Going outdoors

We encourage their natural curiosity by setting up play centers with learning opportunities that they can discover which develops the children sense of independence.  They play centers include sensory, fine motor, cognitive, language and early literacy, role play, and gross motor activities.  They allow children to learn at their own pace.

Teachers will work with parents on potty training.  They will talk with parents to see when they feel their child is  developmentally ready for it.  

Each child will have their own cot with a sheet to sleep on for nap every afternoon.

Preschool

28-42 months
1:7 staff/child ratio

This age group is when structure and routine are key components to the process of learning. Toddlers thrive on structure. Unlike the infant and toddler room, there is a daily schedule for them to go by. The main focus of the preschool room is to continue learning those social skills needs to succeed as well as prepare them for the prep-k room. They will continue learning through art, sensory, music and dancing, & manipulatives both indoors and outdoors. They will have more structured large and small group times together. They will learn to follow directions/rules more. Teachers will fill out a daily form throughout the day for children under the age of 3. This form will include what your child ate, potty training/diapers, & naps.

Children will gain new skills thought a variety of enrichment activities. Your child will engage with teaching staff and socialize with one another. They will learn both fine and large motor skills.

We encourage their natural curiosity by setting up play centers with learning opportunities what they can discover which develops the children’s sense of independence. The play centers include sensory, fine motor, cognitive, language and early literacy, role play, and gross motor activities. They allow children to learn at their own pace. Teachers continue with the parents on potty training. Teachers will have children sitting on the potty every time their diapers are changed unless they have a BM, then they will be changed on a changing table. This helps get the children familiar with going potty.

 Prep-K

42 months -5 year olds
1:10 staff/child ratio

This program will start preparing your child for Kindergarten and beyond.  Through play children will have the opportunity to set up pretend real life scenarios where they can practice, share, and learn new skills they need for real life, for relationships, and for exploring and thinking.

The teacher will facilitate play and draw out and extend what children learn through play.  They will learn their ABCs, 123s, counting, weather etc. everyday through play.

The children will get to help contribute ideas to play themes and stories.  The children will learn to have a strong sense of well-being, identity and belonging.  Child will develop the skills needed for school, work, and everyday life.

The daily routine is structured so that there is time for free play both indoors and outdoors.  Children will choose their activities and explore and experiment with the materials around them.  There will be large group time, small group time, clean up time, meal times, nap/rest time, & PLAY TIME!!