Our curriculum High/Scope Practice means that we understand that a high-quality early education has the potential to increase children's lifelong success and provide economic and social benefits to society. The High/Scope curriculum plan is systematically broken down into planned variation, follow through and reflection. Our curriculum is based on key experiences related to acquisition of concepts like classification, seriation, numbers, spatial relations, and time. Your preschooler will be actively engaged in learning centers for building, dramatic play, art, mathematics, Spanish, sign language, reading and writing, music and movement, sensorial exploration, science, and motor development. Our classroom is consciously planned to enable children to actively manipulate and experiment with objects and then to present what they have learned.
Our program is dedicated to helping your family move smoothly through the many transitions in your child's life, while ensuring that your child is reaching their fullest potential, and eventually to make a smooth sailing transition to elementary school.
We offer a child-centered preschool education focusing on the whole child. Our daily preschool schedule includes time for teacher instruction, hands-on learning activities, educational projects where children work independently and together in groups as well as time for recreational fun. Each child's academic growth is obseved on a daily basis. These observations are made through anecdotal notes and child portfolios, in an effort for your child to reach their fullest potential.
- We put children first, respecting each child as a valued individual with distinct interests and opinions
- We are sensitive to children's varying abilities and learning styles
- Our educational program provides children with the foundations for learning through experimentation, creativity, and problem solving
Each child is a unique individual and treated as such! Children's ideas, thoughts, feelings,and opinions are always taken into consideration when we are involved in decision making, problem solving, or limit setting