Frequently Asked Questions
A telephone interview will give you a feel for our center as well as give you information about our waiting list and reserving a spot. Next & most importantly is an on site interview to see children & teachers in action.
Parents of currently enrolled children are always welcome to visit their child at the center. If a child is having transition issues, teachers work with parents plan visiting times that will enhance the transition rather than impede it. Parents of children who are interested in enrolling may schedule observation time with the center director. Parents of newly enrolled children may visit their child’s program with the child prior to the start date; this will also be scheduled with the center director for everyone’s convenience.
Our curriculum is engaging, developmentally appropriate, and individualized. Our center clean, beautiful, and home-like. Our programs and facilities demonstrate respect for and appreciation of the natural environment. And our staff are highly trained and fairly compensated, which means we have less staff turnover than less expensive centers, which often scrimp on compensation. Most families believe college is an important investment; we believe the early childhood years are even more critical for raising children who are confident, competent, and enthusiastic learners.
NAEYC has created this document to help determine the characteristics of high quality childcare.