From the Parent Handbook: Parent Involvement: We welcome your involvement in your child's program at whatever level is comfortable for you. Group parent meetings, special center events, newsletters, and individual conferences are just some of the ways you can stay involved. Formal assessments of your child's progress will be conducted regularly, and you will be invited to review these assessments with your child's teacher. Written progress reports will be provided at least every four months, more frequently for infants and children with identified special needs. You will have an opportunity to meet with your child's teacher to review your child's progress, set goals, and share any concerns you may have. In addition, staff will always be made available for individual conferences at your request. You are invited and encouraged to join in program activities at any time while your child is present. It is helpful to know in the morning if you will be visiting your child at lunch time. Group parent meetings will also be held. These meetings help the Director to monitor the quality of the program, to find creative solutions to general issues or concerns, and to plan special activities. From the Parent Handbook: Our kindergarten program is full day to accommodate the needs of working parents. We offer a variety of activities for the children to meet their learning styles. The teachers work with the parents and children to assess their needs and help them transition to elementary school. The teachers of this group get so excited (as do the children) when the children learn how to write their own names, learn their address, or tell us when they are having a birthday just by looking on the calendar.