That each and every individual touched by our program is worthy of love, dignity, compassion, respect, and a safe place to learn and grow.
That our differences are a blessing, and that discrimination of any sort is unacceptable.
That by treating our students, their families, and each other with compassion, respect, dignity and love, we are providing the very best of Christian education.
That positive communication is essential to a compassionate environment.
That by basing our curriculum and philosophies on developmentally appropriate practices, we are creating an environment in which each individual child can thrive.
That we are advocates for children and their right to be part of community that honors the uniqueness of each and every one of them.
That building community is paramount to both supporting our families and fostering a partnership between home and school. To that end, we welcome you to our center anytime, as well as for special events that nurture a strong bond between families.
That by bringing your children to learn with us, you have honored us with a sacred trust that is ours to protect and nurture.
That school should be challenging, exciting, welcoming, safe, and fun. Your children, through their innate curiosity and drive to learn and grow, will take us all to new, unexpected, and exciting places. Thank you for letting us come along on the journey!
Great read, written by my sister in law
linkedin.com There are articles, books, and blogs currently circulating that aim to give parents the emotional support needed to allow their children to fail. Examples range from refusing to drive a forgotten
[12/09/16] CDC will open at 930am today, because Seattle schools are on a two hour delay.
www.psychologytoday.com It's dangerous to try to protect children from all dangers.
I have heard from 4 and 5 year old's about the election today, and thought this article could be useful for some parents who are struggling with election results this morning, especially parents with older siblings.
huffingtonpost.com Well, it’s almost over. The election that modeled the exact opposite of the values we hope to instill in our children. Lying, name calling, misogyny, sex...
www.popsugar.com We're happy to present this article by Laura Hudgens from one of our favorite sites, YourTango. As written by a fed up teacher. I am a high school teacher, and if there is one thing I know about education it is that modern education is
RIP Bev Bos. You had a great influence on me and many of the teachers at Phinney. A true advocate for allowing children to be who they are.
www.scarymommy.com A Texas school started giving kindergarten and first-grade students four recesses a day, and parents and teachers love the results.
pjmedia.com It's one reason children during the Great Depression and World War II were happier than today's kids.
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