Classes and Curriculum
We strongly believe in partnering with parents to ensure each child has a sense of stability and consistency in both the school and home environment.
This class is designed for children ages 15-23 months old by September 1. The class has 10 students in class each day, with 2 teachers.
This class is designed for children who are two years old on or before September 1. The class has 12 children, a lead teacher, and an assistant. The children do NOT need to be potty trained for this class.
These classes are designed for children who are three years old on or before September 1. Each class has 14 children, a lead teacher, and an assistant.
These classes are designed for children who are four years old on or before September 1. Each class has 16 children and a lead teacher and a floating assistant.
We believe children learn best by doing. Our program and curriculum are structured around thematic units of study that are exciting to young children. Teachers provide a wide variety of experiences for students in a caring, nurturing, stimulating atmosphere.
All of our classrooms are set up in Learning Centers. These centers allow children to work independently and with others. Children learn how to create, explore, follow directions, and care for materials. The centers are arranged in a variety of interest areas including literacy, dramatic play, blocks, puzzles and games, and sensory exploration. The toys, games, and educational materials in each center are changed on a regular basis and coordinated with the particular unit being studied. Teachers write educational learner objectives for the materials placed in the learning centers based on the TEKS and Early Childhood Outcomes set by the Texas Education Agency.
Each classroom also provides learning opportunities in a large group setting. These activities include stories, music, movement, and discussions about the particular unit of study. These activities help students acquire the skills needed to work with others.
Spanish, music, library, and PE are all part of the weekly curriculum. Students attend each class once a week.