1. To provide a safe and healthy environment for children.
3. To provide a high-quality developmentally appropriate program for young children.
4. To provide a daily curriculum that encourages and supports active and involved children who explore, experiment, observe, talk, absorb, relate and process a wide variety of developmentally appropriate materials and activities.
5. To develop pre-literacy skills through authentic experiences meaningful to the individual child.
6. To develop math and science skills through counting, sorting, measuring, sequencing, mixing, experimenting, exploring, investigating and sensing.
7. To develop effective self-help skills and positive health habits and attitudes through activities including snack time, dressing, toileting and language acquisition.
8.To strive to hire and train well-qualified, dedicated teachers who understand and care about the needs of young children.
9. To encourage family involvement in the program so that we can effectively meet our goals for children, families and staff.
10. To base our program on the NAEYC Code of Ethical Conduct. The ideas and principles in this code present a shared conception of our professional responsibilities to children, families, colleagues, our community and society.