Infants & Toddlers
Care is provided to children from 4 weeks to 3 years. Children learn to explore with confidence. All children receive developmental screenings, create goals with parent input, and track progress to ensure each individual child is meeting developmental milestones.
- Activities and materials selected based on individual needs and developmental levels.
- Cooperative play encourages social skills.
- Music and art allow self-expression and creative experimentation.
- An intimate learning environment that allows children the opportunity to receive the attention they need.
- Development in independent self-help skills (toileting, self-feeding, following directions, etc.).
- Focus on both emotional and physical needs.
Through our partnership with NextDoor, we provide Early Head Start services for income-eligible children ages 4 weeks to 3 years old and their families. Early Head Start takes a comprehensive approach to school readiness through instruction promoting language and literacy development, health screenings, and nutritious meals. This program allows for children and families to be successful by providing both community resources and individual educational goals.
Three & Ready Preschool
Children ages 3 to 4 years old receive the skills and knowledge needed to prepare them for kindergarten.
Here are a few of the Three & Ready highlights:
- Hands-on learning to encourage curiosity.
- Develop self-help skills including getting dressed, proper hygiene and cleaning-up.
- Promote social-emotional skills including peer to peer interactions, following directions and problem solving.
- Family-style meals to promote manners and healthy eating habits.
- Literacy activities that promote school readiness skills.
School Aged Children
Our Before, After and Off School Day program provides:
- Homework assistance
- Social emotional skill development
- Art opportunities to encourage creativity
- Educational games
- Enrichment activities
A full-day summer camp for children ages 4-12 years focusing on the prevention of “summer learning loss” and social emotional development including peer to peer interactions while staying active and safe. Children participate daily in reading, journaling, math, field trips, and science activities disguised as fun!
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