OUR PHILOSOPHY

Children learn and develop best in a secure and loving environment. Therefore, that is what we focus on at A Family Child Care. We make sure we cover social, emotional, physical, and intellectual needs. We are dedicated to helping children grow, build their self-esteem, and strengthen their skills.


EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION

1082945_50151902
Giving each student a solid foundation in reading, writing, and mathematics is the academic goal at A Family Child Care. Our Center also takes a proactive role in developing a healthy self-image. Our teachers are committed to education. They seek to recognize and develop areas of giftedness in each individual while simultaneously promoting growth in any underdeveloped academic and personal skills. Giving each student a solid foundation in reading, writing, and mathematics is the academic goal at A Family Child Care.

Our Center also takes a proactive role in developing a healthy self-image. Our teachers are committed to education. They seek to recognize and develop areas of giftedness in each individual while simultaneously promoting growth in any underdeveloped academic and personal skills. As dedicated professionals, our teachers annually renew their own skills through continuing education. As a team, our staff pursues the latest in teaching techniques and resources. Television is for educational purposes only and is not a regular occurrence.

 

Positive training will occur throughout the school program andshould manifest itself in the following ways:

  • By example
  • Through verbal teaching
  • By corrective guidance following wrong behavior

 TOILET TRAINING

During the important toilet training phase of childhood, it is helpful if the home and school work together. Every effort will be made to coordinate toilet training in the school with the program started by the parent. We will not attempt to begin toilet training until the parent and staff agree that the time is right to begin.

We need you to provide us with at least two complete changes of clothing (including socks) and an adequate supply of disposable diapers and wipes each day for your child. When a child is just beginning toilet training, he/she may wear a pull-up at nap time until better bladder control has been attained.


 PARENT/TEACHER RELATIONSHIPS

Please inform us of any special problems, which may affect your child’s health or behavior. We want to be sensitive to each child’s needs. Even small changes in a child’s life may affect him/her.