Our teachers are here to help children develop emotionally, socially, intellectually, and physically. Through a structured curriculum implemented daily with planned activities, art and play, our staff provides a cheerful, safe, healthy, and nurturing environment for your children. Our teachers are not mandated by a “block” curriculum that teaches all children the same thing and limits free thought. Rather, they are encouraged to develop activities specific to the interests and age of the children in their classroom.
Partnering with Families
Our entire staff strives to meet the individual needs of each child entrusted in our care by forming a partnership with each child’s family. We believe daily teacher/parent communication plays an important part in your child’s development. We welcome and encourage parent involvement.
Our teachers meet or exceed the required qualifications as outlined by the Department of Children and Family Services for Director, Assistant Director, Lead, and Assistant Teachers. All staff is First Aid and CPR certified and maintains a minimum of 15 hours continuing education on an annual basis.