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Early Childhood Education

Infant Program

Our infant program focuses on each infant's growth and development by including daily activities for physical, cognitive, social, and emotional development. Our "family team" of teachers encourages the infants to develop their motor, language, and social skills each day!

 

Classroom

The infants' classroom is set up in a "home-like" environment. It provides a private kitchen, large playroom, diaper changing room and separate sleeping rooms for a "home-like nursery" feel.

Safety and Training Our "family team", made of highly educated and qualified teachers, is certified in CPR, First Aide, Sudden Unexpected Infant Death (SUID) and Abusive Head Trauma (AHT).

 

Our Toddler Program

Our toddler program is designed around the understanding that at the age, each toddler is now developing new ways to express their need to interact with parents, friends, and teachers. Toddlers are encouraged to make independent choices, develop self-help skills, and begin to solve problems. Using words is not always easy, so incorporating sign language in the classroom gives each child a voice.

 

Classroom

The toddler's classroom is set up in a "home-like" environment. It provides a spacious classroom, private kitchen, cubby and coat areas, toddler play land and separate restroom for potty training ease.

 

Our Preschool Program

Our preschool program focuses on school readiness with a structured weekly curriculum that teaches art, science, math, writing and social skills. Our "family team" helps to strengthen each child's decision making and self-help skills in a safe supportive classroom environment.

 

Classroom

The preschool classroom is set up to allow preschoolers to involve themselves in independent decision making in their classroom. The children can explore dramatic play, literary activities, discovery science projects and a quiet reading area.

Safety and Training

Our "family team", made of highly educated and qualified teachers, is certified in CPR, and First Aide training. Judah North Learning Center has a professional nurse visit monthly to inspect the safety of the center's environment and to review and discuss any illness that has been reported in the last month.

 

Communication

Judah North Learning Center knows how important it is to keep the parents involved in their child's daily activities, development, and milestones. That is why we provide you with the following:

  • Parent-teacher conferences twice a year

  • The building of personal relationships with each family

  • Encouraging daily/weekly calls or emails from parents to our "family team" to support communication

  • Open door facility: we promote parent visits to the center at any time to observe or participate in their child's day.

Programs for Parents

  • Opportunities to get involved in your child’s growth and development

  • Shared breakfast with child before work (if time permits)

  • Monthly parent meetings on budgeting, parenting issues, health, special needs, and other relevant topics