We believe that when children explore, question, listen, build, paint, play, and sing they develop readiness for school and other life experiences. Our goal is to ensure these early life experiences have a profound, life-long influence on each child’s potential.
Our program goals were developed to enable children to become independent and learn to make decisions, do things for themselves, and to begin to think of themselves as independent, competent individuals.
Our goals are accomplished through children learning to interact positively with others in a way that brings about positive responses, so they can build satisfying relationships with adults and peers. Children also learn to develop self-control to become self-disciplined, self-guided, and self-directed towards appropriate behavior.