Primary

Children's

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House

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Coming

and Going

Our daily life has a rhythm and routine. Safety and security for the children is the highest of priorities. Parents can come and go as their daily schedule allows with keyless entry and a warm reception. Children begin their day doing as much for themselves as they are able and are encouraged to participate in the process of "getting ready." Our daily schedule will include warm welcome; a three-hour work/play schedule in the morning; lunch and siesta; outdoor or indoor play; and peaceful departure.  

Eating

and Resting

Our eating together is a tasty and joyous occasion. We value our organic or all-natural snacks, like chips and salsa. Children participate in mealtimes, by helping set and clear the tables and adding flowers centerpieces.  

Our resting times are based on individual needs, and in principle, encourage children to eat when hungry and sleep when tired and help them advocate for their own needs.

Working and Playing

Our work and play go hand-in-hand seamlessly, as for children, there is no difference.  We strive to exceed all DHS and state standards by adhering to the motto - "only the best for the smallest." Montessori materials are presented in a systematic way by trained teacher guides. These materials showcase practical life, sensorial, language, mathematics, and cultural concepts. There are also special activities for music, art, physical education, outdoor exploration, and faith foundations. 

Singing and Moving

One special feature of our program is the weekly interactions we will have with college students.   Our times of interaction are often centered around our music and movement times. We listening to stories of Faith on during Friday Friends, when parents, grandparent, siblings are also invited.  We will share songs and stories about Jesus around the piano.  And conclude our time with a circle dance and blessing song.