Parents are their child's first teacher
Our main goal with our students' families is to create a community in which each family, regardless of its family structure, socioeconomic, racial, religious and/or cultural backgrounds, gender, abilities, or preferred language, feels that through everyday communication, our newsletter, our parent organization, our three conferences a year, special activities in the classroom, and family events, that they are included in the process of meeting the developmental needs of their child. In addition, all families are included in all aspects of the program, including volunteer opportunities. Parents volunteer in the classroom under the direct supervision of our teaching staff.
Below is the Delaware Department of Education Inclusion Guide for our parents to read.
If you have any questions please call the Early Learning Center.
ABCmouse.com Early Learning Academy is a subscription-based digital education program for children ages 2-8. he Step-by-Step Learning Path presents the full curriculum in a carefully designed program of more than 850 lessons in ten levels.
Family Space is a bilingual website that enables all families to extend early learning at home. This powerful tool helps engage families and encourages them to take an active role in their child's preschool education.
Easy Access to BookFlix
Fun With Clifford® Activities
All Materials in English and Spanish
Bridges 2nd Edition Family Support offers parents guidance and suggestions to help support their child's learning.
An overview of Bridges in Math for families; available in English and Spanish
Frequently asked Questions
Ways a Parent Can Help with Math