Our curriculum emphasizes personal growth through art, academics, and activities.
Our science program features teacher-created lessons that explore science through interactive bulletin boards, educational videos, and hands-on activities that are based on classroom themes.
SPARK EC is designed to provide children ages three to five with high activity, academically-integrated, enjoyable movement opportunities that foster social and motor development and enhance school readiness skills. Young children love SPARK EC activities because they are age-appropriate, engaging, rhythmical, and fun.
Handwriting Without Tears
Handwriting Without Tears® is a proven success in making legible and fluent handwriting an easy and automatic skill for students. The curriculum uses hands-on, educationally-sound instructional methods to teach handwriting. The result truly is handwriting without tears!
The Second Step Early Learning program has been carefully designed to help teachers guide children to learn, practice, and apply skills for self-regulation and social-emotional competence. This involves using all four core program components: teaching all the Weekly Theme activities, playing the Brain Builder games, reinforcing skills and concepts, and involving families.
Raising a Reader
Raising A Reader rotates bright red bags filled with award-winning books into children’s homes on a weekly basis, exposing children on average to over 100 books per rotation cycle. RAR pairs this book rotation with parent training and information on how to effectively share books to promote family literacy habits, language and literacy skills, and a love of learning.
A certificated music teacher uses songs, movements, music theory, and instruments to build a strong musical foundation. There are four student performances a year. These performances are an excellent way for the children to gain self-confidence in a fun environment.
The students learn the enjoyment of reading from our excellent school librarian. Twice a month, the students visit the library, where the students explore and enjoy stories read by the librarian.
Ready to Read
Parents and teachers work together to advance the beginning reader. Students take home sight words and phonics books to read to their parents.