"Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world". Nelson Mandela
Path to Quality Indiana’s Child Care Quality Rating and Improvement System.
Research shows that high quality early childhood programs prepare children for future success in school, work and life. From birth through age 5 is the most important time for growth of the human brain.
A child’s brain develops in response to the child’s experiences by building neurological networks in reaction to the environment.
Level One: Health and safety needs of children met.
Level Two: Environment supports children’s learning.
Level Three: Planned curriculum guides child development and school readiness.
Level Four: National accreditation (the highest indicator of quality) is achieved.
2-3-Year Old Preschool Class
Our two through three year old classes focus on the pre-school curriculum. This includes the following behavioral and social skills, logic and reasoning, cognitive and developmental goals which focus on the following areas: art and social sciences, language and literacy skills, math and science skills, and physical development skill.
Transitional Pre-Kindergarten Class
Our class are equipped with tools to enhance students reading, writing and Comprehension skills.
Our Assessment tool ISTAR-KR (Indiana Standards Tool for Alternate Reporting of Kindergarten Readiness) is to measure skills in children from infancy to kindergarten. A derivative of Indiana's Early Learning Standards (which are part of the Foundations to Indiana Academic Standards), ISTAR-KR is aligned to the Indiana Standards for kindergarten in the areas of English/Language Arts and Mathematics and includes three functional areas: physical, personal care and social-emotional skills.