During the early years, children develop the disposition and attutides toward education and themselves as learners. This attitude and disposition will stay with them their whole lives. As educators report, by the end of the second grade, many children have attained positive (school is exciting, challenging, fun, and I am a good learner), or negative (school is boring, difficult, painful, and I can't learn) conclusions about school and positive learning experience to the children under our care.
In order to meet the child's needs in an individual basis, each classroom has planned learning experiences designed to meet the children's specific developmental need. Learning centers for science, art, music, cooking, language arts, math, and dramatic play provide the basis for the program.
Principles of faith are an integral part of all phases of the program. It is our goal to help children trust Jesus as a loving Friend.