Our program provides an opportunity for young children ( 2.5-5 years) to develop basic growth needs, affective, psychomotor and cognitive skills.
Activities are designed to meet individual needs and differences as well as group interaction. Special goals of our Center include introduction to group dynamics through play, kindergarten readiness and an emphasis upon good nutrition and sugar free food.
Activity area's include:
Art, Large Muscle area, Science, Library, Small Manipulative area,
Dramatic play, Housekeeping, Water play and outdoor play.
The Center Administrator and Director, Carolyn J. Rondot, is a graduate from Wayne State University with a B.S. degree in early childhood education. The staff consists of certified and qualified teachers who are experienced in taking care of the needs of small children.
The Center is non-sectarian and non-discriminatory.