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Our Programs

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Infant

The infant room is organized into activity centers, which are filled with educational and age-appropriate toys, games, and materials. Infants are engaged in sensory activities, motor skills, and language development. We also begin sign language in this group. The program works around each individual’s schedule and needs, and a digital daily report with information regarding your child’s meals, diaper changes, naps, and other activities is provided.

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Toddler

Children who transition into this room are focused on developing social skills. This includes making friends, sharing and handling emotions. They are also introduced to shapes, colors, numbers, and the alphabet. A digital daily report is provided in this class as well. 

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Preschool 3

In this room we build the foundation our students will rely on for the rest of their lives. Although we continue to work on recognition of shapes, colors, letters, and numbers, it is important that our children at this age start to display sympathy, empathy, manners and independence. Therefore, this room focuses on social-emotional development (the ability to manage feelings and impulses), interpersonal skills (skills used to interact and communicate with others) and independence (developing life skills and encouraging them to think for themselves).

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Pre-K 4

Students in this group focus on preparing for Kindergarten. Children are expected to become more independent and responsible. They concentrate on furthering their knowledge and advancing their skills in all the topics previously learned in other classrooms. 

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Summer Program

We have a wonderful Summer Program filled with fun and excitement.

This includes water play,

in-house guests, fun bus,

bouncy house, pony ride, and more.