About our Teachers
Our teachers play an important role in sculpting the well-being, needs, and development of young children. They have been trained to comprehend the feelings and emotions of children as well as how to boost their confidence and pinpoint their strengths.
Our teachers build positive relationships with the children, and they encourage positive peer-to-peer relationships as well. They also create lasting professional relationships with families and other early childhood professionals.
All teachers are trained and certified in CPR, First Aid, Communicable Diseases, and Child Abuse. Teachers have been background checked, and they comply with all training and professional development necessary in the state of Ohio for childcare providers.
Our toddler teachers give individual attention to the children, have reasonable expectations, form personal relationships with the children and interact in ways that show respect for all. They also help toddlers manage their own behavior. The teachers also provide a warm, loving environment that encourages children to explore safely, and they offer choices throughout the day. Toddler teachers also plan, prepare and implement activities that are aligned with Ohio’s Early Learning and Development Standards.
Our infant teachers give an enormous amount of care and attention to the infants to help them learn and develop appropriately. The teachers also plan, prepare and implement activities that encourage the children to explore and engage in the environment and with their peers. Our lesson plans and activities are aligned with Ohio’s Early Learning and Development Standards.
Our preschool teachers introduce children to basic social and emotional skills, problem-solving skills, language, and literacy skills. Each of these skills are necessary for the healthy growth and development of young children. Our teacher's plan, prepare and implement interactive activities designed to engage and educate the children. All lesson plans and activities are aligned with Ohio’s Early Learning and Development Standards.
Our grandparent program gives seniors in our community an opportunity to give their time to young children. Our grandparents create relationships with the children helping to improve positive outcomes in our program.
Our grandparents spend time reading and engaging in play with the children. They give individual attention needed to our children in the program.