- To support a child's development at their own pace.
- To aide in expressing their creativity using art and play material freely, constructively, and creatively.
- To foster independence – problem solving on one's own and doing things for oneself.
- To delight in the preschool experience, which will ease adjustments in elementary school and social situations.
- To learn to develop close relationships with adults other than their family.
- To learn the limits of behavior regarding safety, health, and respect for the rights of others in a thoughtful, safe, and nurturing environment.
- To extend and enrich their understanding of the world and of other cultures.
- To increase their ability to handle their emotions constructively.
- To share your child’s first experience away from home.
- To become more thoughtfully aware of your child’s world and to understand his or her behavior with the support of our knowledge of growth & development.
- To achieve a more positive approach to the child-adult relationship through professional guidance and shared experiences with other parents.
- To learn techniques of working with children and develop deeper insight into human relationships through participation in the parent-education program.
- To grow in understanding of the needs of the other adults and the needs of the group.
For the school
For the school
- To provide the best preschool experience at the lowest possible cost.
- To utilize the diverse interests and skills of all the parents.
- To accept, without discrimination, families who wish to join our community that are willing to participate wholeheartedly in school discussions, presenting thoughts openly, and working toward consensus decisions.
- To maintain the highest possible standards for the preschool by sharing our ideas to raise the standards of parent-participation preschools.