Preschool & Kindergarten
Program We teach children a three-step problem solving technique in order for them to settle disagreements amongst themselves. We believe an adult is necessary as a facilitator to help children solve their own problems not as the problem solver.
SAFETY Is Our #1 Priority Rest assured your child is in a safe, secure and educational environment.
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Call us at (805) 526-1959 to schedule a visit and a tour with you and your child. You will not be disappointed !
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Our goal is to provide a quality educational program balanced with a developmental approach to nurture the development of the “whole child”. This requires a physically safe and emotionally secure setting where children can explore and experiment with a variety of hands on materials. We ensure a supportive, patient, confidence building atmosphere, which promotes physical, emotional, intellectual and creative social growth. These techniques are the solid foundation for a lifetime of creative thinking and learning.
September, 2017: August 21, 2017 — Academic Program Begins (2017-2018) September 4, 2017 — Labor Day Holiday School Closed September 7, 2017 – Fall Picture Day September 11, 2017 – Red, White & Blue Day September 8 to 22, 2017 – Fundraiser, Holiday Wishes & Heavenly Delights October, 2017: October 20, Read more about Tiny Tot Preschool & Kindergarten Fall, 2017 Event Calendar[…]
Dear Parents, The school year is quickly coming to an end. We would like to thank you for allowing us to be an important part of your child’s early education. Our Summer Camp Program will begin on June 26, 2017, and end on August 25, 2017. Our theme-based program enables the children to explore a Read more about Tiny Tot Summer Camp 2017[…]
Tiny Tot Preschool & Kindergarten 2017 Closures 2017 Tiny Tot Preschool & Kindergarten Will Be Closed on the Following Days New Year Holiday January 2nd Martin Luther King Jr. Day January 16th Good Friday, April 14th school will be closed @ 3:00 P.M. Memorial Day May 29th Independence Day July 4th Labor Day September Read more about Tiny Tot Preschool & Kindergarten 2017 Closures[…]
Dear Parents, The school year is quickly coming to an end. We would like to thank you for allowing us to be an important part of your child’s early education. Our Summer Camp Program will begin on June 27, 2016, and end on August 26, 2016. Our theme-based program enables the children to explore a Read more about Tiny Tot Preschool & Kindergarten Summer Camp 2016[…]
New Year Holiday January 1st Martin Luther King Jr. Day January 18th Good Friday (close early @ 3:00 p.m.) March 25th Memorial Day May 30th Independence Day July 4th Staff Development day (close @ 12:00) August 26th Labor Day September 5th Vetran’s Day Read more about In 2016 Tiny Tot Preschool & Kindergarten Will Be closed on the Following Days[…]
Dear Parent, We regret to inform you that our caterer will no longer be able to provide us with our daily lunches as of January 4, 2016. We are in the processes of interviewing new and potential companies who are willing to accommodate our needs. As of Monday, January 4, 2016, please provide your child’s Read more about No Caterer[…]
The holidays are a time for giving and caring. We at Tiny Tot Preschool & Kindergarten not only live with this philosophy, but love working with our students, families and community. Therefore, after many considerations and number crunching analytics, the administration and staff have come up with a benefit plan which will make all of Read more about Lowering the Tuition Rates for the New Year!!!!!!!!![…]
While many parents send their children to daycare out of necessity, there are benefits for the children as well. Children attending daycare get extra child socialization skills that children with stay-at-home parents may not receive. Children in daycare learn appropriate social behavior and develop social skills that include sharing, playing well with others and learn Read more about Child Socialization Benefits of Daycare[…]
If you are a parent or a care giver of an infant or child under 4 years old, follow these tips from the American Academy of Pediatrics, the American Red Cross, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to reduce the chances of choking. At Mealtime Insist that your children eat at the Read more about Tips for Preventing Choking[…]
We came across an informative article that will be of interest to all of our parents: ByLynn Yoffee | Medically reviewed by Cynthia Haines, MD Toy safety is a top concern for all parents. Here’s what you need to know about the hidden dangers in toxic toys. Parents know how to protect children from dangers like small Read more about Avoiding Toxic Toys Isn’t Child’s Play[…]