• We believe that:

    • Children learn best when they feel comfortable and secure.
    • Children learn best when their families and community are significantly involved in the educational process.
    • Children learn best when the environment is designed to enrich and enhance learning.
    • Children learn best when all areas of development are viewed as equally important and interrelated.
    • Children learn best when they use play to translate experience into understanding.
    • Children learn best when activities are designed to allow them to make choices.
    • Children learn best when they have opportunities to participate in individual, small group, and large group learning experiences.
    • Children learn best when curriculum is designed with children's development in mind.
    • Children learn best when the curriculum is meaningful, relevant, and multi sensory in nature.
    • Children learn best when the adult/child ratio is appropriate to facilitate the learning process.
    • Children learn best when staff are qualified and competent.
    • Children learn best when they are challenged to meet their full potentials.