Description: Mission Statement To encourage self-esteem, self-confidence and self-understanding. To encourage self-esteem, self-confidence and self-understanding. To provide for self-discovery and learning at each childâ€™s pace. To help children observe, investigate, seek and acquire information and to think positively. To increase independence in meeting and solving problems. To assist each child to acquire learning skills: following directions, independent work, attention span, task completion and impulse control. To encourage each child to reach his/her maximum potential in all areas of development: social, emotional, physical and intellectual.
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This facility has horrible management who does not take true interest in the emotionl/social/physical well being of children. The classes from Pre-K and up are over filled and the dicipline practices are not appropriate. Hitting on bottoms and hard grabbing of arms are what I expericed when my chld was enrolled. When the owner/director was contacted to address incidents, she is rude and does not do anything to prevent reoccurance of issues. Also, the owner/director and her assistant discuss students with other parents so cofidentiality is non existent.
I do not recommend this facitily. My child is terrified of school and teachers and asks quite often if a teacher can spank bottoms.
Now, I am not a huge review wittier but for this, it is a must (because it IS so important when choosing care for our children). If you want to place your infant, toddler or preschooler is a private school with teachers that sincerely care for each child on a very individual basis, a great director who is always available and able to respond to questions or concerns, a school that has a wonderful curriculum where your child learns things like verbal, math, reading, critical thinking, interaction and emotional skills and on top of that always has extra curricular activities going on for the children (even have field trips that come to them to keep the little ones fascinated and excited about each day and new learning adventure).... and that is also affordable (as if everything else isn't enough) - then you need to PICK THIS DAY-CARE/SCHOOL for your child or at least pay them a visit while you are looking around. I truly love Learning Stages, Inc. and all of the staff there so much. I really believe in what they are doing there. My child (turning three next month) has been going there for over a year and a half now and I fully intend to keep him there until his is too old to go and has to start public school. I feel so blessed to have found Learning Stages and would happily recommend it to any parent!!!! From taking him from a at home day care to a school environment, it is incredibly the progress I have seen in him through what he has been learning there. :) I am one happy and proud momma!