"In a caring and positive, moral atmosphere, we create a warm and happy place for infants and preschoolers to learn. As we bridge the gap from home to school, we guide children to a continued good self-image while building fundamental skills.
Educational materials are introduced through activities which are both child-centered and teacher-directed. Work is planned which emphasizes the process rather than the product, fostering a sense of accomplishment and pride.
Based on the knowledge that children learn through play, classroom routines encourage active involvement, meaningful experimentation, and reinforcement through repetition. Schedules are designed which balance structure and free choice, as well as active and quiet times.
We value the active involvement of parents in our program activities. Parent participation enables the children to see their parents as important and concerned members of the new school environment, while providing parents with opportunities to view the child with teachers and other children. School then becomes a shared experience which hopefully will continue throughout each child's educational process.
Excerpted from the preschool's website